Grand Island, Clarence and Fredonia earned Section VI titles on the girls soccer field, while Williamsville South freshman Kristina Arcury won the girls gymnastics all-around championship on a busy Saturday of high school playoff action.
Jessica Remmes scored three goals as Grand Island won its fifth straight sectional girls soccer title by beating Williamsville East, 3-1, in the Class A girls soccer championship at the West Seneca Soccer Complex.
Clarence beat Williamsville North for the Class AA title, 3-1, thanks in part to two goals from Dani Radlich.
Fredonia got a pair of goals from Hannah Swift as the Hillbillies won the school's first sectional championship in girls soccer with a 3-0 victory over Medina.
Arcury fought off a back injury to win the all-around competition at Kenmore West. Arcury's total of 37.150 points edged Lewiston-Porter's Deanna Favero by .35 points for the title. Hamburg's Danielle Hover finished third with 36.75 points.
In girls volleyball, Starpoint (Class A) and Eden (B) beat the Rochester-area champions of Section V to advance to the state final four.
In football, the Harvard Cup playoff picture was polished off on the final day of the regular season, which included Burgard's stunning, come-from-behind win over McKinley, 34-32. Burgard had trailed, 32-0.
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