Williamsville East, the 10th seed, upset seventh-ranked Williamsville South, 1-0, in Section VI Class B girls soccer Thursday.
Michelle Wisniewski scored for the Flames at 5:25 of the first period and Amy Drozen kept Williamsville South off the scoreboard with 10 saves. Williamsville East visits Lewiston-Porter on Saturday.
Elsewhere, Emily Mousaw had six saves as No. 9 Springville blanked No. 8 Alden, 3-0. Ashley Lawton, Jenny Amodeo and Molly Cotter scored for Springville, which plays No. 1 Grand Island on Saturday.
Shannon Dress had the game's only goal in third-seeded Tonawanda's 1-0 win over Amherst. It was all goalie Missy Burngasser needed, as she recorded her ninth shutout of the season.
Kari Ernewin had two goals and an assist and Jenny Olles one goal and two assists in Albion's 3-1 win over 11th-ranked Southwestern.
Fifth-seeded Olean blasted Newfane, 8-0, to improve its record to 8-0. Julie Smith had six goals and Liz Smith and Amanda Stromberg split the shutout.
Olean meets East Aurora, the fourth-seed, which coasted past No. 13 Depew, 5-0. Lauren Sweet had two goals for East Aurora.
Class A: Eight-seeded Lockport advanced to the quarterfinals with a 2-0 win over ninth-seeded Orchard Park. Allison Depp had seven saves in the shutout; Julie Miner and Alicia Galley had the goals. Lockport plays top-seeded Clarence on Saturday.
Sara Vicki scored both goals for No. 7 North Tonawanda in a 2-1 victory over 10th-ranked LaSalle. Vicki's second goal came on a penalty shot with just over 5 minutes left in regulation. Mia Bianco scored for LaSalle. NT plays No. 2 Hamburg on Saturday.
Msgr. Martin Assoc.: Jeff Danahy led Canisius to a 3-2 win over St. Joe's. Danahy scored two goals, including the winner in the fourth overtime. Ryan DiNuncio scored the first goal for the Crusaders. Tim Loehfelm and Bill Vaughn combined for the victory in goal.
Canisius will face St. Francis in the final Tuesday at 7:30 at Canisius College. St. Francis beat Timon-St. Jude, 2-0, as Kent Randle and Mike Garvin scored and Kyle Swarts posted the shutout.
IAC: The Park School advanced to the final with a 2-0 win over West Seneca Christian. Junior John Leahy scored both goals and Giorgio Panepinto had 10 saves. Park will face Christian Central on Saturday at Erie CC-North for the championship.