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> Spartans 5-0 in field hockey

Williamsville North's offense accounted for seven goals while the defense pitched a shutout in a 7-0 win over Sweet Home in field hockey. Claire Hourihan scored three goals with an assist while Chantae Miller added four assists to pace the Spartans. Ainsley Stoll, Leslie Ahern, Caitlin Butler and Kelsey Burke also found the net for North. Nicole Lewis recorded three saves in the shutout. North moved to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in ECIC.

Jessica Haynes picked up the shutout as Hamburg defeated Clarence, 2-0. Kaitlyn Johnson and Katie Zittel scored for Hamburg (2-1).

> Lancaster nets volleyball win

Lindsey Schlegel posted 11 kills for Lancaster in a three-game girls volleyball win over ECIC I foe Frontier. Danielle Martzolf and Amanda Dux combined on 11 kills, while Brittany Lis had 16 service points.

> Soccer Gators go to 4-0

Allegany-Limestone remained undefeated as Pete Ebert recorded his fourth shutout in a 3-0 win over Dunkirk in boys soccer. It was Allegany-Limestone's CCIAC I opener. Tim Potter scored twice for the Gators (4-0). . . . John Seifert scored the game-winning goal three minutes into the second half as Clarence defeated West Seneca West, 2-0. Davis Reitis scored the other goal. . . . William Du and Kendall McFayden each scored as Williamsville North edged Lancaster, 2-1, in an ECIC I contest.

> Fridey earns shutout

Michelle Fridey notched her third straight shutout in a 2-0 win for Williamsville South over Ellicottville in girls soccer. Emily Novak scored the first goal 12 minutes into the game while Natalie Gregorski tallied toward the end of the second half. The Billies are off to a 4-1 start.

> Football state rankings debut

The first set of New York State football ranking have been released by the New York State Sportswriter's Association. The highest ranked team from Western New York is St. Joe's, which rests at No. 3 among Class AA schools. Other Class AA ranked teams are: Lancaster (8th) and Orchard Park (14th).

In Class A, Sweet Home is 4th and Iroquois is 11th. Lackawanna is ranked 7th in Class B followed by Olean in 11th and Jamestown at 13th. Falconer is ranked 7th in Class C while Cleveland Hill (11th and JFK (14th) are also ranked. The representatives in Class D are Ellicottville (4th), Randolph (7th) and Maple Grove (14th).

> Harvard Cup Hall of Fame

The fourth class of the Harvard Cup Hall of Fame will be inducted in a ceremony next Saturday at Pettibone's Grille in Dunn Tire Park.

The class: Les Boehmer (Seneca coach), Fred Brown (Bennett coach), Walter Brown (Grover Cleveland), Robert Carnevale (Lafayette), Herbert Coyne (South Park coach), Peter Diabo (Seneca), Joseph DiVincenzo (Riverside), Robert Edwards Jr. (Kensington), Larry Gallin (Riverside), Donald Ganci (Grover Cleveland), Robert Johnson (Riverside), Richard Leous (Bennett), Hugh Lipsius (Kensington coach), Thomas Oatmeyer (Riverside), Jerry Obstein (South Park/Bennett coach), William Piccolo (East), Steve Poliachik (McKinley), Charles Rojek (Seneca), Christopher Roosevelt (Grover Cleveland), James Simon (Riverside coach), Haskell Singer (Masten), Frank Szafranski (Burgard), Fred Vollmar (Bennett) and Arnie Weintraub (Bennett).

For reservations call 816-4633.

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