FREWSBURG - Frewsburg's Janessa Annis was the offensive star and Reyanne Strong had another solid performance in goal in leading the Bears (10-4-1) to a 2-0 shutout win over Randolph (7-7-2) on Monday in Division 2 girls soccer Monday.
Annis put Frewsburg on the board with three minutes left in the first half as Bethany Steele assisted.
The score remained the same until Annis scored her second goal of the day, assisted by Nikki Weber.
Frewsburg’s Emily Johnson (35) maneuvers the ball around Randolph’s Hanna Milbrant in Monday’s Division 2 soccer game at the Robert H. Jackson Elementary School. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
Strong earned the victory for the Bears with four saves.
Tiffini Keyes made eight saves for the Lady Cardinals.
DRAGONS STILL UNBEATEN
Host Maple Grove had a real struggle with Cattaraugus-Little Valley (2-12, 3-12), but still managed to remain undefeated at 14-0 in the division and 16-0 overall.
Alex Novotny scored the game's only goal in the Lady Red Dragons' 1-0 victory.
Novotny scored her team-leading 13th goal with 14 minutes left in the first half and goalie Lauren Nickerson made it stand up for her 12th shutout this season. She had two saves.
Maple Grove outshot C-LV, 18-2, but could only find the range once against an improved Cattaraugus-Little Valley team.
VOLK, STEELE PACE FALCONER
FALCONER - Falconer's Andrea Volk and Emma Steele put on a strong offense show as the Lady Golden Falcons (7-3-1, 8-4-2) shut out host Westfield, 5-0.
Volk started the scoring when she found the net 29:45 into the game with Randi Greene assisting. Greene then scored a goal of her own just two minutes later as Steele picked up the assist.
In the second half, Volk connected on her second goal of the game as Steele assisted again at 6:38. She then completed the scoring with a goal at 21:30 with Molly Arrance assisting and added an unassisted tally at the 33:54 mark.
Jordyn Jones and Brittany Streed combined for one save in goal for Falconer.
Kayla Bentham collected 10 saves in goal for Westfield.
SHOLL SHINES FOR TROJANS
FREDONIA - Megan Sholl sparked Southwestern to a 3-1 win over Fredonia.
With the win, Southwestern is at least in third place in the league with a 6-4-1 record and is 8-6-2 overall.
The game was 1-1 after the first period with Fredonia (4-7, 5-8-1) scoring first at 12 minutes with Alex Lentz recording a goal from Morgan Genovese.
Southwestern tied it when Kate Johnson scored her fourth goal of the year from Sholl.
Sholl scored her sixth goal of the season from Johnson with just seven minutes left in the game. Then with two minutes left, Sholl connected again with her seventh goal with Abbey Andrews assisting.
Britta Johnson made 12 saves for Southwestern and Bre Dahn and Aleyna Szot combined for six saves for Fredonia.