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High School Extra: Eden field hockey edges Sweet Home

Emma Cooper scored the game-winner for Eden as the Raiders edged Sweet Home, 2-1, in Amherst to even its record at 2-2 in ECIC field hockey. Emma Tambascas had the other goal for Eden.
Quinn Wierzkowski scored four times and Liz Fonfara had a goal and three assists for Iroquois in a 8-0 triumph over winless West Seneca East. The Chiefs improved to 4-2 in the ECIC league.

More assists for Kozak
Joshua Kacalski scored three goals and Jonah Kozak added to his school career record with two more assists in Frontier’s 6-0 boys soccer victory over Jamestown in ECIC I on Wednesday. Alex Hiam, Daniel Fiutko and Tristen Russell also scored for Frontier. Kozak, who assisted on Jonathan Czajka’s winning goal in Frontier’s 1-0 nonleague win over Hamburg on Tuesday, had two assists against Jamestown, giving him 26 for his career.
The Falcons improved to 8-1 overall and 5-1 in ECIC I and second place in the standings behind Clarence, which is ranked No. 1 in New York State. Frontier’s only loss was at Clarence (5-0). The return game is Oct. 4. Frontier has only two division road games left to play while Clarence has four.
Unbeaten East Aurora won its seventh straight in boys soccer, edging visiting Iroquois, 2-1, on goals by Christian Kivari and Alex Baase. Jimmy Tanner assisted on both.

Honors, Olmsted keep winning
The Radcliffe Cup for the girls soccer championship among Buffalo Public Schools teams looks as if it will be determined by the two meetings of City Honors and Olmsted. The first game between the teams will be next Tuesday at Johnnie B. Wiley Stadium.
Both Honors and Olmsted remained undefeated in league play with one-sided victories on Wednesday.
The Centaurs of Honors (6-0, 3-0 Cup) rolled past International Prep at Grover, 7-0, with Ava Parks scoring two goals and Natasha Panepinto, Ali Kolaga, Natalie Milne, Mackenzie Milne, and Michaela Nanni getting single tallies. Mary Grace Glavey had two assists in the victory.
Olmsted scored seven times in the first half in an 8-0 triumph over Hutch-Tech with Isabella Bogucki, Megan Budniewski and Clair Holody-Gaiek scoring two goals each. Hope Grunert and Maddison Budniewski also scored for the Owls.

 Lancers sweep Mercy
St. Mary’s of Lancaster won its fourth straight this season in Monsignor Martin Association girls volleyball, sweeping three sets from Mount Mercy, 25-10, 25-11, 25-8. Kelly Cleversly had 10 kills for the Lancers who are undefeated in seven matches overall.
Saturday and Sunday the Lancers, a unanimous choice as the No. 1 small schools team in Western New York will venture to the Rochester area for the Victor Tournament.

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