Jamestown played host to Frontier (0-6, 1-6-1) in an ECIC Division 1 boys soccer game on Tuesday and both teams were locked in defensive battle.
But Alex Lee Yaw managed to find the net when it counted, giving the Red Raiders (2-4, 2-7) a 2-1 overtime victory.
Neither team was able to score through the first half and nearly all of the second until Greg Deppas knocked in a goal with just 2:36 left in game, assisted by Lee Yaw to give JHS a 1-0 lead.
Cassadaga Valley goalie Tim Bender (44) grabs the ball just in time as Salamanca’s Salvatore Seitz tries to make a play during Tuesday’s Division 2 soccer game. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Lisa Monacelli
It appeared Jamestown would hold on for the victory, but with 8.5 seconds left, the Falcons tied the game on a corner kick to send it to overtime, where with 2:37 remaining, Lee Yaw scored off a penalty kick to claim the victory for the Red Raiders.
Liam Kulakowski had two saves for JHS in earning the win in goal.
DUNKIRK - Southwestern blanked Dunkirk, 3-0, as Eric Priester made five saves in net and Ross Beresford scored twice.
Tanner Hoose got Southwestern (8-1-2, 5-0-1) on the scoreboard from Beresford at 11:32 of the first half and then Beresford connected on a free kick at 16:20 to make it 2-0 for the winners.
Beresford scored again at 23:41 of the second half to complete the scoring.
Nick Kobel and Drew Messina split the goaltending for Dunkirk (1-8-1, 1-5) with Kobel making eight saves in the first half and Messina four after intermission.
SINCLAIRVILLE - Tyler Martin and Ford Reynolds each scored a goal in the opening half to propel visiting Salamanca (4-2) past Cassadaga Valley, 6-1.
Martin added one more tally at the 65th minute and teammate Kyler Whitcomb scored in the 47th minute while Tate Reynolds found the range twice - the first time at 50 minutes and the second at 77 minutes.
Mackenzie Tucker made 10 saves for the winners.
For winless Cassadaga Valley, Kyle Ruge, assisted by Reece Bly, helped the Cougars avoid the shutout with his goal just three minutes into the second half.
Tim Bender made 21 saves in defeat.
DRAGONS STILL UNBEATEN
ELLICOTTVILLE - Maple Grove scored just two goals and that was all it would need as the Red Dragons improved to 10-0-1 for the season by shutting out Ellicottville, 2-0.
Dominick Fabrizio scored 25 minutes into the first half for Maple Grove to make it 1-0 and the score stayed the same until Nick Swanson found the net 20 minutes into the second half to complete the scoring
Kyle Richardson had three saves to earn the win in goal for the Red Dragons.
Jeremy Bordini made seven saves for the Eagles (5-5).
CLCS WINS IN OT
FRANKLINVILLE - Sam Snyder produced the winning goal in overtime as Chautauqua Lake (3-7, 3-9) was victorious.
Snyder scored at five minutes into overtime from Zach Weatherlow as the Thunderbirds were able to record a 3-2 win over Franklinville (0-8, 0-10).
Snyder scored the first goal of the game unassisted at 16 minutes of the first half to give the Thunderbirds a 1-0 lead.
At 29 minutes, Derek Scott tied it, 1-1, with Justin Vincent assisting.
Scott scored again at 19 minutes of the second half from Justin Hatch for a 2-1 Franklinville edge.
Justin Andriaccio got the equalizer with five minutes left from Greg Harkay and it was on to overtime where Snyder recorded the winning goal.
Jared Finch made 25 saves for Franklinville and James Latimore had 12 saves for Chautauqua Lake.