FREWSBURG - Brett Johnson's goals were the difference as No. 7 Frewsburg (9-8) eliminated No. 10 Chautauqua Lake (4-12), 2-0, in the Section 6 Class C boys soccer prequarterfinals on Wednesday.
Now, the Bears travel to No. 2 Maple Grove (15-1) for a 3:30 p.m. clash Friday with the Red Dragons.
Johnson scored at 28:25 of the first half from Alex Elderkin for a 1-0 lead.
From left, Frewsburg’s Derek Smith, Chautauqua Lake’s Jeremy Lesniowski and Chautauqua Lake goalkeeper James Latimer go up for the ball during Wednesday’s Class C prequarterfinal game. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
Again Johnson recorded a goal with 8:46 left in the game with Elderkin and Derek Smith assisting.
Jordan Lyon got the shutout with three saves and James Latimer had seven saves for CL.
SALAMANCA - No. 6-seed Salamanca (11-5-1) had a 2-0 lead, but couldn't hold it and was upset by No. 11 Holland (5-11), 3-2.
Kyler Whitcomb scored off a corner kick with 31:44 left in the first half and Tyler Martin tallied off a rebound from Austin Minner at with 25:57 remaining in the first half to give the Warriors the edge at 2-0.
Before the half ended, Holland got on the board with 16:23 left on Jesse Zientek scoring unassisted.
Cooper Rahn scored both goals for Holland after intermission with Zientek assisting with 39:29 left.
On the play, Salamanca goalie MacKenzie Tucker was injured on a collision and left the game.
Rahn got the winner with 18:36 showing on an assist from Corey Winter.
Tucker and Eli Phillips made 12 saves for Salamanca while David Pedziwiatr had 11 saves in the win.
I-PREP TOPS C-LV
BUFFALO - Fourth-ranked I-Prep (8-4-1) will be moving on after posting a 7-0 shutout over No. 13 Cattaraugus-Little Valley.
The goal scorers in the first half were Mohammed Hussein, Yussuf Hussein, Addi Sabpour and Abdi Hussein.
I-Prep made it 5-0 one minute into the second half when Ezana Kahsay scored, followed by a goal from Mustaf Maktar three minutes later and Mohammed Hussein picked up his second goal to round out the scoring.
Dylan Rhinehart and Nate Reynolds split 13 saves for the Timberwolves (6-11).