Kelkenburg scores four
Clarence junior Maggie Kelkenburg scored four goals and added an assist as the Red Devils’ field hockey team bested Sweet Home, 6-0.
Kelkenburg has racked up 11 goals through five games for Clarence, which is still undefeated.
“She was really able to move in the circle and see the open spots in the net,” co-coach Marissa Faso said.
Jenna Frank and Quinn Lackowski combined for a shutout, while eighth-grade midfielder Natalie Myslinski provided strong support behind the Red Devils’ front line.
“They played cohesively as a unit,” Faso said of her team. “We had a little difficulty in the first ten minutes but we were able to pull together.”
Pioneer also remained undefeated, as a 7-0 win against East Aurora fittingly pushed the Panthers to 7-0 on the season.
Olivia Kempf scored three times, while Amber Reisdorf scored twice.
Starpoint earned a much tighter 2-1 victory, as the Spartans got a goal from Gabby Sirica with 33 seconds remaining in regulation to tie Eden at one and force extra time. Captain Lia Pusateri completed the comeback by scoring the game-winner two and a half minutes into overtime.
Two set school records
Williamsville East girls soccer goalie Anna Miller made a school-record 22 saves in a 2-0 shutout against Williamsville South. The win moved the Flames to 4-0-1.
Shae O’Rourke dished out a program-record five assists in St. Mary’s/Lancaster 13-2 girls soccer victory win against Mount Mercy. She also added two goals, while Skylar Baun had three goals and an assist.
Olean dominates OT
Olean girls soccer netted a goal in each half of the overtime frame in a 5-3 victory against Allegany-Limestone.
Alexis Gibbons scored the game-winner, while Micheyla Williams added on the insurance tally. Calista Heister scored twice and assisted on Gibbons’ goal.
Clarence got a shutout performance from Lauren Staley as it beat Lancaster, 3-0.
East earns first victory
Jack Winterhalter had six kills as Williamsville East boys volleyball earned its first win of the season in four sets (25-21, 24-26, 25-11, 25-21) against ECIC II foe Amherst.