Jamestown scored a pair of goals in the final 10 minutes of play to clinch a non-league girls soccer victory over Southwestern on Saturday.
Alexa Dix, assisted by Katelyn Spunaugle, scored with 10 minutes remaining to break a 1-1 tie, and then Spunaugle put one past the Southwestern keeper with two minutes to go to clinch the 3-1 victory.
Sarah Gibson assisted on Spunaugle's late tally.
Ellen Merchant scored the Lady Red Raiders' first goal in the opening half after taking a pass from teammate Katie Andalora.
Cassie Butler netted Southwestern's lone goal 19 minutes into the contest.
FOTI NETS WINNER
MAYVILLE - Karlee Foti broke a 1-1 deadlock early in the opening 10-minute overtime period to lift the Frewsburg Bears to a 2-1 victory over Chautauqua Lake.
After Courtney Hewes' first-half tally, Frewsburg trailed 1-0 entering the second half, but got the equalizer from Janessa Annis to knot the game and send it into overtime.
Libby Hartley made 14 saves for the winners, who improved to 3-0-1 overall and 3-0 in league.
Despite a solid effort by Lady Thunderbirds' goalie Rachel Fortney, who stopped 15 shots, the hosts remained winless in league play at 0-3.
FALCONER POSTS SHUTOUT
WESTFIELD - Falconer raised its West Division girls soccer record to 3-0-0 and overall to 4-0-1 with a 4-0 victory over Westfield-Brocton.
Four different players scored for Falconer in the victory - Randi Greene, Andrea Volk, Emma Steele and Abbey Warner.
Greene scored the only Falconer goal in the first half with that coming unassisted at 10:26.
Volk tallied from Emma Steele at 6:58 of the second half, Steele unassisted at 16:30 and Abbey Warner from Sydney Moore at 20:14 for Falconer.
Macey Mays didn't record a save for Falconer in goal and Taylor Kassman made 17 saves in the loss.
FRANDOLPH - Santana France and Taylor Zachar connected for the winning goal in the second overtime for Randolph.
France made good on a pass from Zachar at 9:04 left in the second overtime to give Randolph (2-1, 5-1) a 4-3 edge over Olean.
Shaylee Crouse scored the first two goals for Randolph with the first coming at 15:29 from MacKenzie Evans and second with 12:56 left on a pass from Taryn Dechow.
Aleeya Ciemons scored her first of three goals for Olean with 6:22 remaining in the first half.
Zachar tallied from Hannah English at 20:35 to give the Lady Cardinals a 3-1 edge. However, Ciemons scored twice for Olean with 4:24 to go and with 1:24 left to send the game into two overtimes.
The first minutes were scoreless and then France scored the winner early in the second overtime and the Lady Cardinals were able to hang on for the victory.
Randolph used two goalies. Tiffinni Keyes played the first and second halves with six saves. MaKayla Miller was the goalie in overtime with a save.