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W.S. WEST WINS IN LAST SECONDS; LANCASTER SHUTS OUT DEPEW, 26-0

Tom Malczewski's 18-yard touchdown pass to Jeremy Kelly with 17 seconds left in the game gave West Seneca West its 11th straight win over crosstown rival West Seneca East, 20-14, on Friday night.

West opened a 14-0 halftime lead on touchdowns by Dan Simon and Mark Malik. But East came back in the second half to tie the game at 14 on Brian Kelleher's TD runs of 5 and 18 yards. Kelleher gained 116 yards on 23 carries. Malczewski completed 5 of 9 passes for 111 yards.

West's Des Randall gained 107 yards to run his season total to 1,083 yards.

Lancaster 26, Depew 0: QB Keith Pantling had 153 yards passing and threw TD passes to Mitch Sterling and Brad Murray before a standing-room-only crowd at Lancaster's Foyle-Kling Field.

Jesse Parrish, back from ACL surgery, had a rushing TD, along with John Durkin. Matt Schunk had an interception and five tackles and Mike Kowalski had eight tackles. Lancaster holds a 44-27-6 lead in the series, which began in 1919.

Class AA

Niagara Falls 24, Niagara-Wheatfield 14: James Starks rushed for 141 yards and scored on runs of 42 and 25 yards for the Wolverines. Ken Armstrong added 106 yards on 13 attempts and Stephen Solomon keyed the defense with three sacks. The Wolverines will qualify for the playoffs if Lockport beats Williamsville North today.

Frontier 21, Clarence 6: Nate Hoak rushed for 283 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries as the Falcons celebrated its homecoming by extending the Red Devils' losing streak to 19. Aaron Stang had two interceptions, one for a 21-yard touchdown. Mike Scherer had eight tackles while Tim Wesolek ran 11 times for 52 yards.

Class A

Iroquois 33, Lake Shore 25: Steve Mamak broke three school records as the Chiefs earned a playoff spot beating the Eagles. Mamak broke records for most yards in a game (240), season rushing (1,223) and season carries (185). Brian Craig led Iroquois with 14 tackles. Iroquois QB Matt Baker was 5 of 7 for 85 yards and two TDs.

Hamburg 31, Pioneer 0: Jeremy Elliott rushed for 117 yards to surpass 1,000 and scored twice in a shutout win over the Panthers. Sean Stamer added two TDs and Mark Fregelette was 9 of 12 for 150 yards.

Class B

Southwestern 21, Springville 7: Steve Mancari rushed for 330 yards and two touchdowns on 49 carries as the Trojans clinched the Class B South Division's second playoff spot.

Mancari's 5-yard run was matched in the first quarter by a 16-yard pass from Terry Lunser (192 yards passing) to James Beuler, but Southwestern took control with two scores in the second. Mancari ran in from 2 yards out while Matt Mazgaj added a 1-yard run. Mazgaj led the Trojan defense with eight tackles and two sacks while Zack Agett eight tackles and Matt Langworthy had two sacks.

Alden 29, Amherst 28: Mike Tabaczynski caught an 8-yard TD pass from Jordan Fuller with 2:35 left and Jeff Kozub added the two-point run as the Bulldogs survived the Tigers. The score was set up by a fumble recovery by Vince Otto. James Jones passed for 142 yards and Najeel McKelvey rushed for 143 yards for the Tigers.

Albion 56, Medina 26: The Purple Eagles jumped out to a 21-0 lead after one quarter and beat the Mustangs for the 14th time in the last 16 games. Andre Kinder scored three TDs and Bob Warne scored a pair. Carl Carithers rushed for 127 yards as the Purple Eagles amassed 355 yards on the ground. Medina QB Darnell Holloway and Kevin Dukes combined on all four TDs for Medina. Albion leads series, 47-38-4.

Fredonia 26, Dunkirk 18: The Billies scored all if its points in the second half to make it six wins in a row over the rival Marauders. Neither team scored in the first half. Syfyas Siddiqui caught a 36-yard pass from Tom Lutz to start the Billies' scoring. Jason Leone, Nick Moore and Rob Dahn (180 yards on 10 carries) each had rushing TDs. Rich Capalano had 10 tackles.

Fredonia won last year's game, 22-14. Dunkirk still holds a 63-39-11 lead in the series which began in 1901.

Lackawanna 16, East Aurora 7: Mario Miller caught two TD passes, one a 9-yarder from Dan Harding and one on a 55-yard halfback option pass from Curtis Underwood, as the Steelers shrugged off a 7-0 deficit after the first quarter.

Class C

Akron 7, Wilson 0: Akron made a first-quarter touchdown hold up as the Tigers eliminated the Lakemen. Matt Brewer scored on a 4-yard run six minutes into the game. Corey Gallagher had 117 yards on 27 carries as Akron controlled the clock.

Salamanca 25, Cassadaga Valley 0: Abe John carried 18 times for 91 yards and three touchdowns (6, 32 and 1 yards) for the Warriors, who also got a 71-yard touchdown pass from Casey Chase to Jon Jacobson.

Silver Creek 34, Gowanda 0: Jon Williams threw two TD passes while Josh Lancaster, Ryan Simmons and Sam DePasquale scored on the ground for the Black Knights. Williams finished 7 of 10 for 123 yards.

Falconer 35, Cattaraugus/LV 6: Curt Jones rushed for 240 yards and two TDs for the Falcons.

Class D

Maple Grove 30, Frewsburg 6: Devin Raynor ran for 118 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries, giving him 1,412 yards and 20 touchdowns on the season for the Red Dragons. Brian Kiendl, who kicked a 43-yard field goal last week, had a 47-yarder.

Randolph 41, Clymer 14: Nick Jackson (94 yards) scored three TDs and Kevin Emley added 101 yards rushing and scored twice as the Cardinals broke the game open with a 25-point first quarter. Mitch Fralick scored both of the Pirates TDs.

Monsignor Martin

Timon/St. Jude 35, St. Mary's 13: Timon RB Don Jemison carried 17 times and gained 144 yards to push his season total to 1,125 yards. The Tigers' Lindy Sokolowski scored on runs of 1 and 3 yards and kicked five extra points. Bill Snyder gained 133 yards on nine carries and threw two TD passes to Ryan Dunford.

Adam Bistoff scored on a 21-yard run and George Doyle returned a fumble 68 yards for the Lancers.

Girls soccer

Leah Ponticello scored four goals and added an assist to lead Mount St. Mary to an 8-0 win over Villa Maria in a quarterfinal game of the Monsignor Martin Association championship. Megan Bagley scored two goals and goalkeeper Caitlin Mahoney got the shutout.

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