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KENMORE WEST BEATS CLARENCE, 4-1, IN CLASS A QUARTERFINALS BRAINARD RECORDS HAT TRICK FOR FRONTIER; HAMMOND'S GOAL IS DIFFERENCE IN LAKE SHORE WIN

Andy Dixon and Chris Greene had two goals each as Kenmore West downed Clarence, 4-1, in the Section VI Class A quarterfinals Saturday. The Blue Devils will play Frontier on Tuesday.

Frontier advanced with a 9-0 win over South Park. Jon Brainard had three goals, while Ron Tonelli earned his sixth shutout of the season.

Brett Hammond's goal 15 minutes into the game held up as the winner in Lake Shore's 1-0 win over Orchard Park. Sophomore Len Campobello had eight saves in a shutout. Lake Shore will play the winner of the Sweet Home/North Tonawanda game.

Class B-1: Steve Procknal had both goals in leading Williamsville South to a 2-1 win over Tonawanda. The Billies will face Lewiston-Porter on Tuesday. . . . Williamsville East received two goals from Perry Duronio in a 3-0 win over Iroquois.

Class B-2: Carl Fix had two goals to lead Alden past Olean, 3-0. Jay Adolf had 12 saves for his sixth shutout of the season. . . . East Aurora continued its quest to win four straight B-2 titles with a 4-0 win over Maryvale. Brian Grabon and Andy Dusel each had a goal and assist; Steve Sorok had seven saves in the shutout. Starpoint is East Aurora's next foe. The Spartans defeated Fredonia, 3-1 as Dan DePriest scored his 19th goal of the year for Starpoint. . . . Allegany-Limestone advanced with a 2-0 win over Medina.

Class C: City Honors stormed back in the second half to beat Holland, 2-1. William Irene scored the winner with 1:30 left, and Matt Scaruto also scored for the winners. Portville is next for City Honors after the Panthers' 2-1 overtime win over Randolph. Nick Stives was the hero, scoring eight minutes into overtime.

Class D: North Collins' Joey Fisher had two goals in a 3-0 victory over Panama. Ryan Ayers recorded his sixth shutout of the season. . . . Ripley blanked Cattaraugus, 2-0. Jack Burgess and Josh Mencer provided the offense, while Clayton Blackman had eight saves in goal.

IAC

Gow captured the league championship with a 1-0 shootout victory over West Seneca Christian. In the shootout, the two teams converted on four straight penalty kicks before Gow's Jeremiah Middleton made a save. Jamie Forer then scored to give his team the title.

IAC Girls

Jennifer Gossel scored in the second round of the shootout to lift West Seneca Christian over Park, 4-3, in the league title game. WSC finished the season with an 11-4 record.

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