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Eric Schnirel and Tom Trabinski scored the goals as No. 11 Sweet Home upset No. 3 Lancaster, 2-0, in Section VI Class AA boys soccer quarterfinals Tuesday. Andrew Goetz had five saves for the Panthers (10-8-2).

Also in Class AA quarterfinals, Eric Brodfuhrer scored both goals for No. 1 seed Kenmore East (16-3-1) in a 2-0 victory over Clarence. Darryl Groth and Anthony Grisafi shared the shutout.

Senior Nick Mozg scored with two minutes left in regulation to give Williamsville North a 1-0 win over Hamburg and sparing the No. 2-seeded Spartans a possible upset. William Du assisted on the winner for North (14-2-3).

Adam Parker scored what proved to be the winning goal off a cross from Justin Shank for Lockport (16-1-3) in a 2-1 win over Frontier. After a scoreless first half, Chris Carpenter chipped in a pass from Adam Parsons to give the Lions a 1-0 lead. Josh Culligan scored for Frontier.

Class A quarterfinals: David Baker scored twice and assisted on two goals in No. 1 seed Iroquois' 5-1 win over Albion. Casey Wichman added a goal and an assist and Steve Shanley and Alex Razzolini had single tallies for the Chiefs (14-3-2).

Senior Marc Flierl's unassisted goal started No. 3 Williamsville East (14-3-4) on its way to a 5-1 triumph over West Seneca East. Jason Partick scored twice for the Flames, who also got goals from Jeff Craig and Chris Smaldone.

Steve Doermer scored his ninth goal of the season on a penalty shot in the 22nd minute to give No. 4 seed Grand Island (10-5-5) a 1-0 victory over No. 10 Pioneer. The Vikings had a 15-5 shots advantage.

Justin Gitzke scored four times and Steve Banach and Kyle Sniatecki added single tallies as No. 2 Depew eliminated Cheektowaga, 6-1.

Girls soccer

Medina, the eighth seed, advanced to the Class B championship game with a 1-0 win over No. 4 Wilson on Miranda Benthin's goal in overtime.

Jennifer Biernacki assisted on the winning goal while goalkeeper Caitlin Barry recorded the shutout.

The Mustangs, who topped No. 1 seed City Honors, 6-0, last Saturday, will face No. 2 Fredonia Saturday at the West Seneca Soccer Center.

Fredonia defeated No. 3 East Aurora, 2-1, in the other semifinal, winning a shootout after the teams had gone scoreless through 30 minutes of extra time.

Jessica Holbrook scored for East Aurora.

Class C semifinals: Cattaraugus/Little Valley lost twice to No. 1 seed Maple Grove, 2-0, and 3-0, during the CCIAC regular season. But the Timberwolves upset the No. 1-seeded Red Dragons, 2-1. Sarah Parisi and Ahmie Falk scored for C/LV before Tara Darling tallied for Maple Grove (17-3).

Kailey Hadzicki scored twice and Kaylyn Button added the other goal as No. 2 Portville beat Allegany-Limestone, 3-1, to gain the other berth in Friday night's final at Jamestown High School.

Field hockey

No. 1 seed Akron broke away from a 1-1 halftime tie for a 4-1 win over Wilson. Katie Brown, Shannon Litz, Kelsey McKeon and Brittany Roetzer scored for Akron. Ashley St. Laurent had the lone tally for Wilson.

Holland, the No. 3 seed, got a pair of goals from Tara Schlitz and another from Kim Flaig in a 3-1 win over No. 2 Barker.

Akron and Holland will meet for the title at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Veteran's Park in Medina.

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