Young lifts OP girls

Kristen Young scored the winner 12 minutes into the second half and Bernadette O'Connell recorded six saves as Orchard Park moved to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in ECIC I play after its 1-0 shutout over Williamsville North in girls soccer.
Meanwhile, Nardin's Mahya Crouse scored a goal and added an assist to push the Gators past Nichols, 3-1.
Clarence shut out West Seneca West, 2-0, as Sydney Cerza and Caitlyn Roberts each scored for the Red Devils.
Tavia Allen's two goals were enough to lift Williamsville East past Starpoint, 4-2.
Williamsville South's Alyssa Calandra scored three goals while Kim Brace was stellar in goal in the Billies' 5-0 shutout victory over West Seneca East.

I-Prep/Grover wins

Muhammed Hussein tallied both goals as I-Prep/Grover (2-0, 2-0 D'Youville Cup) defeated Hutch-Tech (1-1, 1-1), 2-1, in boys soccer.
City Honors' Matt Sutter scored both goals in the Centaurs' 2-1 triumph over Lafayette.
Francis Baker and Max Wojtasik combined for five goals in Olmsted's 9-0 romp over Buffalo Arts.
Chris Mayrose scored a pair of goals, Russell Catalano and Randy Mayer scored one each and Austin Medole picked up the shutout in Akron's 4-0 victory over Wilson.
Wyatt Langeneorfer whistled in four goals as Springville beat Cheektowaga, 5-2, in ECIC III play.

Matt Barth scored in the 89th minute to give West Seneca West a 4-3 overtime win over Jamestown in ECIC I. Three 39s lead Will North

In ECIC North Large play, Williamsville North's Kyle Zurak, Matt Lesinski and Andrew Kempton all shot 39 as the Spartans beat Clarence in boys golf. Also, Nick Dietrick shot a 36 as Orchard Park beat Hamburg.
Mitch Feneziani shot a 38 to earn medalist honors in West Seneca West's win over Frontier in ECIC I.
In Monsignor Martin action at Cherry Hill, Canisius' Sean Basil fired a 38 as the Crusaders topped Nichols.

St. Mary's volleyball rolls

St. Mary's/Lancaster tucked away Niagara Catholic, 3-0, in girls volleyball as Kelsey Attfield recorded five aces.
In ECIC II boys volleyball, Williamsville East's Michael Wisniewski finished with 12 kills and Alex Wehrlin eight as the Flames downed Sweet Home in three games.