FREWSBURG - Derek Smith was the main reason that Frewsburg stayed unbeaten (7-0-1) in Central Division boys soccer on Wednesday.
Smith scored the hat trick, which included the winning goal in overtime, as the Bears, now 8-1-1 overall, took care of Silver Creek-Forestville, 3-2.
Smith recorded the winning goal just two minutes into overtime when he converted a pass from Jacob Annis to give Frewsburg the hard-earned win.
Falconer’s Tom Fales attempts a kick on goal during a West Division boys soccer game against Maple Grove on Wednesday night. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Mark L. Anderson
At 14:35, Smith scored the tying goal for the Bears at 2-2 on an assist from Brandon Zebrowski.
Both teams scored in the first half with Silver Creek-Forestville recording the first goal on Dylan Sack's score at 34:56 and Smith tying it up at 1-1 for Frewsburg on an Annis pass with 8:44 left.
Sack gave the visitors the lead at 2-1 on an assist from Nate Serio, but Smith tallied the final two goals to give Frewsburg the win.
Justin Randall made three saves for Frewsburg and Adam Klajbor had six stops in the defeat.
CATTARAUGUS - Gabe Grey delivered his first hat trick of the season, recording the first three goals of the game as Cattaraugus-Little Valley (3-4-1, 4-6-1) downed Pine Valley, 4-0.
Grey started the scoring at 15 minutes from Sebastian Jair. He tallied again at 19 minutes from Jair and scored again unassisted at 22 minutes for his seventh goal of the season.
At 34 minutes, Matt Gostomski recorded his third goal of the year from Kellen Martin to close out the first-half scoring for C-LV.
Dylan Rhinehart registered the shutout for C-LV by making two saves while Russell Hayes had seven saves for Pine Valley.
FALCONER - Kyle Richardson earned his fifth shutout of the season for Maple Grove, turning back all the Falconer shots as Maple Grove ran its league record to 6-1-1 in the division and 8-2-1 overall by shutting out Falconer, 4-0.
The opening goal was scored by Patrick Crossley on an assist from Brandon Greiner at 29 minutes. Greiner tallied his second goal of the season from Josh Plymel at 59 minutes of the second half to increase the Red Dragons' lead to 2-0.
Riley Beaton made it 3-0 for Maple Grove with his third goal of the year from Crossley at 62 minutes. Andy Farnham tallied his first varsity goal for the winners at 79 minutes off an assist from Greiner.
GOALIES SHINE IN TIE
MAYVILLE - Goalies James Latimer and Ty Bentham were the stories in the Chautauqua Lake-Westfield/Brocton game.
Latimer turned aside 20 shots for Chautauqua Lake and Bentham had the same amount shots for Westfield-Brocton in a double-overtime scoreless tie.
Chautauqua Lake now has a league record of 0-4-2 and overall is 1-5-2 while Westfield-Brocton is 1-4-2 in the league and 3-4-2 overall.
Both teams had good scoring chances, especially in overtime, but both goalies remained flawless.
HOOSE SHOWS WAY
FREDONIA - Tanner Hoose was the hero for unbeaten Southwestern as it raised its record to10-0-2.
Hoose converted a pass from Tristan Desnerck at 22 minutes of the first half for the only goal in a 1-0 decision over Fredonia (5-5-1).
Eric Priester got the shutout with five saves for Southwestern while Morghon Thompson had six saves in defeat.
CARDS POST SHUTOUT
RANDOLPH - Ryan Carpenter continued his outstanding goaltending as unbeaten Randolph rolled to its eighth straight win following a 5-0 shutout of Franklinville.
Carpenter made just three saves in making it six consecutive shutouts and eight overall for the Cardinals.
Matt Born and Alex Shipherd led the offense with two goals apiece for Randolph.
The first goal was by Connor McAllister at nine minutes of the first half from Born, who got the second goal from Micah Kehoe at 11 minutes. Shipherd made it 3-0 by halftime from Taylor Miller at 42 minutes.
The fourth goal of game for Randolph came when Shipherd recorded his eighth goal of the season from Zach Jackson at five minutes of the second half.
The final goal for Randolph came at 10 minutes when Born scored unassisted for his 10th goal of the season.
Jarrod Finch made 12 saves in the Franklinville net.