FREDONIA - Southwestern found itself locked in another defensive battle with Fredonia on Tuesday and both teams refused to allow a shot past the net through regulation and an overtime period,
The Trojans (7-0-1, 10-1-2) finally broke through in the second extra period, thanks to Riley Rybicki, and Southwestern was a 1-0 winner over the Hillbillies (4-4) in Division 1 boys soccer action.
Rybicki's goal came just three minutes into the second overtime, taking an outside shot that hit the crossbar and bounced off the Fredonia goalkeeper and went into the net. It was Rybicki's second goal of season.
Frewsburg’s Alex Elderkin heads the ball down field as Chautauqua Lake’s Jacob Andriaccio looks on during Tuesday’s Division 3 soccer game. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
Eric Priester had seven saves for the Trojans in getting the win.
Nick Hart had five saves for the Hillbillies in the losing effort.
REYNOLDS LEADS WAY
SALAMANCA - Ford Reynolds knocked in a pair goals to lead the Salamanca Warriors (6-3, 9-3-1) to a 3-1 victory over Cattaraugus-Little Valley (4-7).
Reynolds scored with 24 minutes gone in the first half, assisted by Mike Morris, and teammate Salvatore Seitz made it 2-0 at the 41-minute mark as Morris picked up another assist.
In the second half, Reynolds scored his second of the game at 67 minutes with the assist from Tyler Martin.
The Timberwolves finally got on the board at the 79-minute mark as Logan Martin scored an unassisted goal.
Mackenzie Tucker had four saves for the Warriors while Dylan Rhinhart collected 15 saves for Cattaraugus-Little Valley.
FREWSBURG - Scoring all its goals in the first half, Frewsburg (5-4, 7-5) blanked Chautauqua Lake (3-6, 3-9), 2-0.
Brett Johnson scored the first goal at 28:55 of the first half with Jacob Annis assisting and then it was Annis from Johnson at 21:53.
Justin Randall made a save in picking up his fourth shutout for the Bears. James Lattimer had six saves for Chautauqua Lake.
ECIC DIVISION 1
LANCASTER - Jamestown's struggles continued as host Lancaster improved to 8-4-1 by posting a 7-0 shutout.
Lancaster scored three goals in the first half and added four more in the second.
For the Red Raiders (2-10), Chris Faulkner and Quinn Lee-Yaw combined for three saves in goal.