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HAMBURG OUSTS TOP-RANKED ORCHARD PARK

The season is over for the No. 1 boys soccer team in Western New York.

Sam Sheehan scored twice to lead No. 8 seed Hamburg to a 3-2 upset Saturday over top-seeded Orchard Park in a Section VI Class A quarterfinal.

The Quakers are the No. 1 large-school team in the Western New York Coaches Poll, and are also ranked No. 5 in New York State in Class AA.

Rich Gordon scored the other goal for the Bulldogs (7-8-1). Pat Reilly had 18 saves in the win. The Quakers (17-2-1) got goals from Eric Mann and Andy Krawczuk, both in the game's final seven minutes.

In other Class A, quarterfinal games:

Mike Azzarella, Ken Krasowski, Shaun Urbano and Tim Silverstein all scored for No. 6 seed North Tonawanda in a 4-1 win over No. 3 Hutch-Tech. Josh Ver Hague had six saves for the Lumberjacks.

Greg Ruffino scored three goals as No. 2 seed Sweet Home eliminated No. 7 Lake Shore, 5-2.

A.J. MacVie, Dan Vonora and Phil LaMancusa each scored, and goalie Keith Ferreri earned the shutout as No. 5 Kenmore East beat No. 4 Clarence, 3-0. Ferreri had seven saves for the Bulldogs (15-5).

Class B-2 quarterfinals:: Dave Varallo and Max Sauerbier scored as No. 5 Roy-Hart recorded its first sectional win, 2-1 over No. 4 Newfane.

Class C quarterfinals: Derrick Nickerson, Erik Samuelson and Justin Akin connected on penalty kicks after four scoreless overtime periods to give No. 8 Chautauqua Lake a 1-0 upset win over No. 1 seed City Honors. City Honors scored on two of its penalty kicks. Jesse Rooney was credited with the shutout, his 10th of the season and 27th of his career. The Centaurs' Mike Michelini made six saves.

Senior halfback Mike Bartz scored for No. 4 seed Allegany/Limestone in a 1-0 win over No. 5 Portville. Mike Matz had the shutout for the Gators.

Msgr. Martin Assn.: The time of the championship game between St. Francis and Canisius has been changed to Tuesday night at 7 at Canisius College's Demske Sports Complex.

Girls soccer

Class A quarterfinal: Nicole Olszewski scored all three goals for Lancaster, including one in the first 10 seconds of sudden-death overtime, to lift the Redskins over Lake Shore, 3-2.

Jennifer Gwizdowski scored twice for No. 3 seed Kenmore East in a 3-1 victory over No. 6 seed Jamestown. Stephanie Rosenhahn added a first-period goal for the Bulldogs. Maria Atti had five saves in the win. Jamestown's Tirana McDermott scored in the second half.

Lindsay Cashmore and Cathy Castellana scored for No. 1 seed Clarence in a 2-0 victory over No. 8 Lockport. Goalie Lislie Goelz had the shutout.

Class B quarterfinals: Jill Conover, the leading scorer in Western New York among boys or girls, tallied three times as No. 1 seed Grand Island blanked No. 9 seed Springville, 3-0. Conover had 44 goals this season. Goalie Melissa Crockett had the shutout for the Vikings.

Shannon Drees' goal with 2:30 left in the second overtime lifted No. 3 Tonawanda over No. 6 Albion, 2-1. Lindsay Mislin got the other Warrior tally while Jen Wells struck for Albion.

Rosie Luzak and Kristin Muoio had two goals each as No. 2 seed Lewiston-Porter beat No. 10 seed Williamsville East, 5-1, at North Field.

Julie Smith scored three goals and Angie Waldron one as Olean (16-2) beat East Aurora, 4-2.

Msgr. Martin Assn. semifinals: Kristen Borawski and Jenny Dannecker scored as Holy Angels advanced with a 2-1 victory over Mt. Mercy. Ashley Murphy scored the deciding goal for Nardin in a 2-1 win over Sacred Heart. Holy Angels meets Nardin for the title Monday at 7 p.m. at Canisius College.

IAC championship: Emily Obletz scored twice as Park beat West Seneca Christian, 3-2 for the title.

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