Newfane pitches shutout
Newfane earned a 4-0 win over Lockport in the latter’s weekend boys soccer tournament. Trevor Moreland had a goal and an assist for the Panthers, while Jeremy Ribbeck picked up the shutout. Next up for Newfane in the tournament is Starpoint, 5-0 winners over Nichols.
In ECIC I, Chase Egon’s hat trick helped power Orchard Park to a 9-0 win over Jamestown. Nate Roberts had two goals and Parker Welling added a goal and two assists as West Seneca West downed Frontier, 5-1. In ECIC II, Khalid Ghani had two goals and an assist in Williamsville South’s 4-0 win over Williamsville East. Patrick Hernandez of the Billies made four saves in his shutout.
Depew moved to 3-1-1 with a 3-0 win over Pioneer in ECIC III. Ian Edbauer, Kyle Floeno and Almonther Saleh all had goals for the Wildcats. Lake Shore received a goal and an assist from Max Eastman in edging Maryvale, 3-2.
In ECIC IV, Lackawanna received two goals each from Abdul Albaneh and Ali Alomari, as the Steelers blanked Eden, 6-0.
There was only one game on the MMA schedule: Cardinal O’Hara handed Park a 3-1 loss.
Starpoint doubles up
There was a relatively light schedule in girls soccer, particularly among ECIC teams. Kristen Prohaska and Lizzy Bradley had two goals each, and that was enough for Starpoint in a 4-2 win over East Aurora in ECIC III. Delaney Nichols had 12 saves for the Spartans.
In the Radcliffe Cup, Kelly Truisi had three goals while Sasha Mojica had a goal and an assist as Hutch-Tech romped past da Vinci, 5-0.
Neelon, Novak play well
Clarence stayed unbeaten in girls volleyball with a straight-set win over West Seneca West. Meghan Neelon, who will play in college in Alabama, had nine kills, 10 digs and four aces. Teammate Maddie Christopher had 14 assists and six digs.
Another top local player, Lexi Novak, had 15 kills and seven aces in Williamsville East’s straight-set win over Iroquois.
Sacred Heart, Kenmore advance
In field hockey, Sacred Heart earned a 4-0 win over Wilson in the Barb Field tournament. Kaitlin Drew-Mead scored three times, and Kayla Blas had a goal and an assist. Next up in the tournament is a Saturday matchup with Kenmore. Nina Stockman had both goals in a 2-1 win over Buffalo Seminary.
Meanwhile, two Williamsville teams won nonleague games. Hannah Nurse had the shutout in East’s 4-0 win over Hamburg. South stopped Lancaster, 4-0, as Abby Ferenczy scored two goals and an assist.
Elsewhere, Mel Orffeo had the shutout as Clarence blanked Orchard Park, 4-0. Goals for the Red Devils were scored by Alexa Tuzzo, Nikki Palotta, Taylor Stefanik, and Alyssa Andres. Lauren Neueorf had a goal and an assist in Sweet Home’s 2-0 win over East Aurora.
Driving route 33
It’s 33 league wins in a row for the Wilson golf team. The Lakemen defeated Barker, 199-262, in a match played at Niagara Orleans Golf Club.
Nate Fox was the medalist for Wilson, shooting a 37 for nine holes.