BELFAST — The score sounds routine — Belfast 4, Hinsdale 0 — in Allegany County Division II boys soccer.

But there was something special to Tuesday’s victory for the Bulldogs (9-1)

Junior striker Adam Enders scored a hat trick and those three goals gave him Belfast’s boys’ career scoring record, with 91. In so doing, he eclipsed his uncle Jeff (1990 graduate), who had 90.

Also scoring for the Bulldogs was Caleb Caiazza and both Adam and Alex Enders had assists while goalie Kevin McCumiskey had four saves in logging Belfast’s fourth straight shutout and fifth in six games.

Justin Blehar made eight saves for Hinsdale (3-6).


Fillmore 2, Andover 1

ANDOVER — Micah Schilke scored the game-winner with 5:29 remaining to lift Fillmore (5-3) to a third-straight victory.

Levi Webb had given the Eagles a 1-0 lead while Cory Hint made four saves in the win.

Chris Calladine tied it at one while Preston Ordway stopped seven shots for the Panthers (6-4).

“It’s tough to see a loss this close,” Andover coach Sean Reilly said, “but we were outshot by double. It’s hard to keep everything out.”

Genesee Valley 6, Bolivar-Richburg 0

BOLIVAR — Hamad Al-Toom, Dom Sallazzo, Ryley McKnight, Trevor Clark, Nick Baker and Cody Schneider all found the back of the net to power Genesee Valley.

Keegan McKnight needed no saves to preserve the shutout for the Jaguars (4-3-1). Kristian Miller made 22 saves for the Wolverines (0-10).


Scio 3, Houghton 2, OT

HOUGHTON — Jonathan Stohr scored the “golden goal” with 17 seconds left in the first overtime to lift Scio (7-2).

Also scoring for the Tigers were Fajri Chaniago, who had a goal and two assists, and Cameron Loucks. Goalie Seth Porter made five saves.

Shayer Khan (assist) and Aziz Kangbeya scored and goalie Kalem DeGolyer had 10 saves for Houghton (3-4).

Wellsville 4, Cuba-Rushford 1

WELLSVILLE — Colby Griffiths had a hat trick and Skyler Cline added a marker and three helpers to key Wellsville.

David Graham chipped in an assist for the Lions (6-2-1), who received six saves from Gage Caldwell.

“I was happy with how we possessed the ball,” Wellsville coach Matt Johengen said. “We played a couple of nice through balls to Colby and he found the back of the net.”

Trent Chamberlain scored while Connor Whitney stopped five shots for the Rebels (3-5-1).