Niagara Wheatfield, Lackawanna, Kenmore West, Williamsville East and Williamsville North all swept to their second straight boys soccer victory Saturday in the Coaches vs. Cancer Kick-off Invitational at Sweet Home.
Joe Tombello and Jack Vallas scored for Niagara Wheatfield in a 2-1 triumph over Williamsville South.
Lackawanna, last year’s ECIC IV champion, rolled past Newfane, 10-0. The Steelers outscored the opposition 14-0 in winning their two games in the Tournament.
Jeremy Walter had a pair of goals and an assist and Sang Chin had a goal and an assist for Kenmore West in a 5-0 triumph over West Seneca West.
Williamsville East downed Orchard Park, 8-2. Josh Ratner assisted on three goals and Davio Tringali had a goal and an assist for Williamsville North in a 4-0 triumph over Sweet Home.
Lancaster (1-1) scored an impressive 5-0 victory over defending Niagara Frontier League champion Grand Island. Jake Klimczak, Owen Adamec and Tyler Eisman each had a goal and an assist for the Lancers who lost to Williamsville East on Friday. Gabe Mastrangelo’s goal in the fifth minute stood up for Hamburg in a 1-0 win over Kenmore East.
Frontier gets shutout
Seventh grader Nathan Hohl, a 12-year-old, recorded his first varsity shutout and senior Alex Hiam, the tournament MVP, scored twice and assisted on two other goals in Frontier’s 7-0 victoy over Cheektowaga in the championship game of the ADPRO Frontier Alumni Kick-off boys soccer tournament on Saturday. Sophomore Jonathan Czajka had two goals and an assist for the Falcons.
West Senece East defeated CSAT in the third-place game.
North Tonawanda defeated Tonawanda, 2-1, in the boys championship game of the Dan Durick Tournament at Tonawanda. Madison Kramer’s second half goal gave Tonawanda a 1-0 victory over City Honors for the girls title.
Lions look strong again
Lockport, last year’s Section VI Division I boys volleyball champion, is off an running again.
Coach Liz Smorol’s Lions defeated Eden in the championship match to win the Clarence Tournament.
Outside hitter Zach Schneider, the only first team All-WNY player back from last season, was named tournament MVP. The Lions’ Sean Denniston, a senior, also made the all-tournament team.
A replacement for last year’s standouts, Duane Barlow who moved up from the JV played well for the Lions as did senior Rhees Perry.
Lockport defeated host Clarence in a semifinal. Eden advanced by defeating Canisius, 27-25 and 25-18. Tome Filcov and Gavin Musielak of the Raiders and Saferino Dour and Brendan Leong of Canisius made all-tournament.