Homestanding Southwestern was able to overcome a 1-0 deficit to Olean (0-1, 0-3-2) and win, 3-2, for its second win of the season and first in Division 1 on Wednesday.
Kaitlyn McKeown tallied from Aleeyh Clemons at 12 minutes of the first half to give Olean a 1-0 margin. Ashley Carnes scored unassisted at 23 minutes to tie it up at 1-1 and Brittany Feldman scored from Cassie Butler at 31 minutes to put the Lady Trojans (2-1) ahead for good at 2-1.
Emily Wuebbolt scored from Butler again at nine minutes of the second half for a 3-1 lead.
Southwestern’s Carlie Bernhardt, right, battles with Olean’s Olivia Anzivine during Division 1 soccer action at Charles A. Lawson Field on Wednesday. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Mark L. Anderson
Madison Carlson had an unassisted goal at 18 minutes to slice the lead to 3-2.
Britta Johnson made six saves for Southwestern and Maddy Stavish seven for Olean.
VOLK LEADS FALCONER
FREDONIA - Andrea Volk scored the decisive goal for Falconer (1-0, 1-1-1).
Volk converted a pass from Brittany Streed at 6:55 of the second 10-minute overtime to give Falconer a 2-1 win over Fredonia.
There wasn't any scoring until Falconer went ahead, 1-0, at 13:24 of the second half on a goal by Kaylee Keith from Kelly Heath.
Fredonia came back to tie it at 1-1 on goal by Andrea Coetther at 17:56 and it stayed that way until Volk ended it.
Jordyn Jones stopped eight shots for Falconer while Fredonia used two goalies to make nine saves.
ROOSA PACES CARDS
RANDOLPH - Elizabeth Roosa scored twice and assisted on two other goals to lead Randolph to an easy 7-0 win over Cassadaga Valley.
Roosa scored the second goal of the first half with 10 minutes left to give the Lady Cardinals a 2-0 lead. Earlier, Taylor Zachar found the range with 25 minutes left in the opening half.
The Lady Cardinals exploded for five goals in the second half.
Santana France scored with 26 minutes left, Tyryn Dechow from Zachar with 23 minutes showing, Sabrina Jackson assisted by Roosa with 16 minutes left, Emily Braun assisted by Roosa with eight minutes left and Roosa unassisted with 12 seconds left.
Tiffini Keyes made three saves for the Lady Cardinals and Brittany Bellinger had 12 saves for Cassadaga Valley
MAYVILLE - Courtney Hewes led the way for Chautauqua Lake (1-0, 1-1).
Hewes scored twice as Chautauqua Lake gained a 3-1 win over West Valley.
In the first half, Hewes tallied twice to give Chautauqua Lake a 2-0 lead. One was unassisted and the other came off a pass from Emily Corwin.
Kourtney Shearer scored in the second half for the victors and Rachael Zimmer got West Valley on the scoreboard.
Rachel Fortney made seven saves for Chautauqua Lake and Ashley Blackman eight for West Valley.
PANAMA - Carli Lumbicz made 12 saves in recording the shutout as Franklinville opened its league season by blanking Panama (0-1, 0-2), 2-0.
The only goal needed was by Cheyenne Stauffenberger from Allison Ciesla in the first half for a 1-0 lead.
In the second half, Kelsey Brown added insurance from Ashley Leederman.
Panama threatened in the second half and hit the cross bar three different times. Goalie Rebekah Whitmore made eight saves in defeat.
ECIC DIVISION 1
WEST SENECA - ''We played by far our best game of the season,'' said coach Andrew Pihlblad after Jamestown High School had lost its boys soccer opener in the Division 1 of the Erie County Interscholastic Conference.
Jamestown (0-1, 0-3) fell behind in the first half, 3-1, before scoring two goals after intermission for a 3-3 tie only to see West Seneca West tally in the last few seconds of overtime to win, 4-3.
Matt Barth got the eventual winner for West Seneca West (2-1, 3-1) with just 31 seconds left in overtime to give him a hat trick.
Barth opened the scoring at 35:47 for WSW, then, Jamestown got the equalizer with Connor Estrada tallying from Alex Lee Yaw at 26:32.
Barth again scored unassisted with 6:27 left and Andy Bartz made it 3-1 with 1:20 left.
Jamestown tied it up at 3-3 on goals by Lee Yaw unassisted at 9:07 left in the second half and by Niko Christadoulo with 7:34 showing to send it into overtime where Barth settled the issue.
The Jamestown jayvees fell to West Seneca West, 3-0.
FRANKLINVILLE - Erik Olson and Kyle Richardson provided the offensive punch for Maple Grove on Tuesday.
Olson and Richardson had two goals each as the Red Dragons downed Franklinville, 8-0.
David Meekins, Josh Plymel, Patrick Crossley and Jessie Pardue also scored for Maple Grove.
Richardson and George Kerr combined for shutout in goal.