Will South triumphs
Williamsville South has experienced trouble putting away pesky Sweet Home over the years and the same held true during the first half of play on Thursday when the Panthers dominated possession.
But Lucas Principe's goal early in the second half lifted Williamsville South to a 2-0 shutout victory in ECIC II boys soccer.
"That really got us going," Will South coach Peter Sugg said of Principe's goal. "Sweet Home pretty much controlled the first half but we played better and seemed to settle down in the last 25 minutes."
Steve Casey recorded the shutout for Williamsville South, which moved up to 6-1 overall and 4-1 in league play.
Elsewhere, Clarence goalkeeper Michael Biedny recorded five saves in the Red Devils' 3-1 victory over Lancaster in ECIC I play.
East Aurora remained undefeated at 7-0 as Parker Healy scored three goals while keeper Craig Danzer earned the shutout in the Blue Devils' 8-0 romp over Springville.
Williamsville North blanked West Seneca West, 1-0, on Scott Ciefle's goal.
Cheektowaga squeaks by
Cheektowaga's Mary Zeeikan scored the game-winner in the Warriors' 2-1 triumph over Maryvale in ECIC III girls soccer.
Ashley Krol tallied three goals in Depew's 5-0 victory over Lackawanna in ECIC IV play.
Tehela Noel scored four goals to bring her total to 12 for the season, while Abby Whited scored a pair of goals and goalkeeper Faith LoHouse recorded the shutout in Christian Central's 7-0 triumph over Park.
DaVinci's Brianna Harrington's shutout helped the Dragons defeat Bennett, 3-0.
Immaculata stays perfect
Immaculata's Sarah Bain had 21 assists to lead the Bears to a 6-0 record after their 3-0 sweep over Cardinal O'Hara in girls volleyball.
In Niagara Frontier action, North Tonawanda's Gabby Hansen finished with 31 kills and 11 digs in the Lumberjacks' 3-1 triumph over Lew-Port.
In boys volleyball, St. Joe's Ricky Crumlish finished with 13 kills as the Marauders moved up to 8-1 overall and in Monsignor Martin play after defeating St. Francis, 3-0.
Sweet Home's Taylor Sutherland had nine kills as the Panthers blanked Starpoint, 3-0.
Colton Probst finished with 12 digs in Amherst's 3-0 victory over Depew.
In field hockey, Heather Tighe's game-winner propelled Hamburg past Eden, 1-0. Taylor Wolf got the shutout for the Bulldogs.