Matt Louiso scored in overtime to give defending champion Kenmore East a 2-1 win over top-seeded Lockport in the Section VI Class A boys soccer semifinals Tuesday at Lewiston-Porter.
The fourth-seeded Bulldogs (15-4-2) had lost both Niagara Frontier League meetings with Lockport (19-2).
"I was telling our guys before the game that I wouldn't want to play us today," said Kenmore East coach Dick White. "It's tough to beat somebody three times."
Louiso's shot from the right wing landed just inside the far post with about five minutes left in the second overtime period. Jared Hulshoff had given Lockport an early 1-0 lead on a penalty kick, but East's Mike Farrell tied it nine minutes into the second half with his own rebound.
Clarence set up a rematch of last year's final by defeating Grand Island, 3-0. Brian Telesz, Joe Silvestrini and Brandon Englert scored for the Red Devils while goalie Al Winiewicz had 22 saves. Class C semifinals: Mason Zimmerman recorded his sixth shutout and Rob Tower, Jim Schultz, Darren Gitz and Stephen Wendt scored for Wilson (16-3-2) in a 4-0 victory over Silver Creek.
Westfield prevailed, 3-1, in the shootout to earn a 2-1 victory over Allegany-Limestone. David White, Josh Hagen and Gabe Cranston converted shootout chances.
Class A quarterfinal: Senior captain Danielle Moser scored to lead off the second-round shootout, then sophomore goalie Rachel Weymouth stopped the last Clarence shooter to give Kenmore West a 3-2 victory. Heather Chirico and Kristle Kish had the other goals for the Blue Devils.
The teams were tied, 1-1, after regulation and two 10-minute overtimes. The teams then went to the first shootout with each side converting once in the round of five penalty strokes.
Buffalo Public Schools: Kensington's Pharaoh Paige won the boys' individual championship at the All-High meet in Delaware Park. Paige covered the course in 14:22. The team title went to Hutch-Tech, which was led by second- and third-place finishers John Pasciak and John Stebbins.
The girls winner was Ashanti Osteen of Leonardo da Vinci in 17:47. Osteen's victory and a third place by Reynelle John led da Vinci to the girls' team title.
Class C semifinal: Sara Jones scored her second goal of the game on a breakaway pass from Megan Meier with 8:57 left as Wilson (19-1-1) beat Portville, 3-2. Chelsea Hibbard also scored for Wilson.
Class D semifinal: With Stephanie Karst scoring three goals, Hinsdale advanced to Saturday's final against Ellicottville with a 4-0 triumph over North Collins.
Msgr. Martin quarterfinals: St. Mary's of Lancaster (Traci Pieczynski, 25 assists), Mount Mercy (Laurie Underhill, 20 kills, 20 digs) and Nardin (Maren Domzalski 41 assists) scored three-game sweeps to advance to the semifinals.