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Reid goal total hits lucky 7

Alex Reid scored the game-winner with 1:07 left as the Lockport boys soccer team moved to 4-0 overall with a 2-1 win over Lewiston-Porter. Lockport survived a handball with 36 seconds left when the penalty shot went over the net.
Nick Sammarco and Anthony Pellicano assisted on Reid's goal. Reid now has seven goals in four games.
"He just goes. You think you've got him and the next thing he's wide open in front of you," said Lions coach Jeff Hulshoff. "He's fast and he's solid. They can't knock him off the ball."
The Lions look to go 3-0 in the Niagara Frontier League when they host North Tonawanda on Wednesday 4:30 p.m.
. Peter Kranz scored twice as St. Mary's edged Niagara Catholic, 5-4, to even its record in the Monsignor Martin Association at 1-1.
. Newfane took a 1-0 decision from Akron in the Niagara-Orleans League as Ryan Doyle found the net in the 72nd minute. Brandon Henry earned the shutout as the Panthers moved to 2-0.

Girls soccer

Catherine Mammoser's overtime goal stood up as the Eden girls soccer team beat Holland, 2-1, in double overtime in an ECIC IV contest played under the lights on Monday in Holland. Mammoser put the ball in the net following a scramble for her second goal of the game. The loss was the first of the season for Holland.
Eden's senior keeper Courtney Cross had an estimated 25 saves.
"She just was in the right position all the time. And Hanna Zittle saved a goal that was on route into the net," said Eden coach Jill Keller. "They just dug really deep. We went in as the underdogs and they played so hard."
Emily Carias and Alicia Roistacher came up big in the midfield for the Raiders.
. MacKenzie Linn scored the game-winning goal 2:32 into the second half as the East Aurora girls soccer team edged Lake Shore, 2-1, in ECIC III. The Blue Devils improve to 4-0 overall, which includes Saturday's, 2-1, win at Section V stalwart Aquinas.
"After Aquinas the other night I was worried," said EA coach Tom Cashmore. "We didn't really play well today. You know how it goes after you win a big one. We didn't play them [Lake Shore] as tough as we can."