Lewiston-Porter, the Section VI Class B girls soccer champion 11 of the last 12 years, will try to add another title to its collection on Tuesday.
The Lancers, with Katie Kamphuis making five saves, Rosie Luzak scoring twice and Kristin Muoio adding a goal and two assists, blanked Tonawanda, 4-0, in the semifinals Wednesday and will take a 15-3 record into Tuesday's championship game at 5 p.m. at home against Olean.
In Class C, Jaime Snyder had three goals and Emily Camberg added one score as Allegany/Limestone advanced to the Nov. 5 final against Wilson with a 4-1 win over Cattaraugus.
AIS: Sarah Kreiner and Ellie Walsh each scored twice and Caralyn Desautels added a goal as Nichols (7-8-2) defeated IAC champion Park, 5-3, to advance to the Alliance for Independent Schools Tournament in New York City on Nov. 7-8. Emily Ovletz scored twice for Park, which finished 13-1-3.
Craig Garrison scored and John Rogers made 20 saves in posting the shutout as Akron edged Randolph in the Class C semifinals.
Section VI: Katie Parisi and Nicole Delapante had the goals and Julie Weinberg made seven saves as Williamsville South improved to 15-3-2 with a 2-0 Class B semifinal victory over Williamsville East.
South will meet Sweet Home (18-0) in Saturday's final at 2 p.m. at Canisius College. Top-seeded Sweet Home defeated Amherst, 4-1, on goals by Jessica McNinch and Robin Merritt, who had two assists apiece, Tiena Miller and Katrina Woznek. Lauren Jacobs scored for Amherst.
In Class C, Summer Kraatz posted her seventh shutout and Missy Sigura scored in top-seeded Wilson's 1-0 win over Akron.
Wilson (10-3-2) plays Eden (11-7-1) in Saturday's 6 p.m. final at Canisius. Goals by Kristin Bancroft and Janet Pohle led Eden over Newfane, 2-0, with Nicole Kozak and Kim Pfeffer each playing a half in net and combining for five saves.
Section VI: Lake Shore was extended to four games before defeating Lockport, 14-16, 15-6, 15-10, 15-3 in the Class A prequarterfinals with Katie Laettner producing 12 blocks and 12 kills for the Eagles. . . . Junior Nichole Kuslik had 15 kills to lead Sweet Home over Niagara-Wheatfield, 15-3, 15-2, 15-11. . . . Mandy Spoth had seven aces as Clarence swept South Park, 15-2, 15-3, 15-5. . . . Orchard Park swept Hutch-Tech, 15-1, 15-2, 15-1, led by Katie Higgins' nine kills. Lancaster blanked Grover Cleveland, 15-0, 15-0, 15-0, and Kenmore West shut out Bennett, 15-0, 15-0, 15-0.
In Class B-2, Lynda Bielicki had 11 kills in Medina's 15-7, 15-5, 15-9 sweep of Southwestern.
In Class C, Wendi Wright served out the last 11 points as Cattaraugus ousted JFK, 15-6, 15-2, 15-8. . . . Lisa Akin's 13 service points propelled Chautauqua Lake over Maple Grove, 15-6, 15-4, 15-8. . . . Stephanie Sprague had five aces to lead Portville over Cleveland Hill, 12-15, 15-3, 15-10, 15-13.
Freshman Brian Donley capped a 68-yard drive with a 15-yard pass to junior John Miranda with 2 minutes to play, lifting Williamsville East to a 23-19 Federation interdivision victory over Hamburg.
Donley connected with Jesse Hoffman on a 29-yard scoring play in the first quarter. Brad Walcott scored on a 4-yard run and Nick Tarrento added a 25-yard field goal. Linebacker Mike Frysz had 13 tackles, two sacks, and forced two fumbles.
Steve Meyer, Chris Favata and Aaron Pavlovic scored for Hamburg.
Krista Thomson, last year's runner-up, expects her biggest challenge for the Section VI girls tennis title to come from a freshman.
The Orchard Park junior is the No. 1 seed in singles entering Friday and Saturday's competition at the Southtowns Tennis Center. Williamsville East ninth-grader Lindsey Shosho is seeded No. 2.
Thompson beat Shosho in the ECIC finals, but Shosho beat Thomson the week before in the finals of team championships. Thomson has the edge in experience, having played in three sectional tournaments while Shosho makes her sectional debut.
The favorites in doubles are sisters Nicole and Tricia Sargent of Hamburg.
Nicole, a senior, is looking for her fourth trip to states. They are seeded No. 1, coming off a win at the ECIC doubles qualifier last weekend. The No. 2 seeds are Kerry Kline and Jackie Rycyna of Williamsville East.