Olean tops Frewsburg

Olean's Eli Hendrix (15) battles Frewsburg's Ben Kinem (11) for the ball as Brandon Callendar (13) closes in on the play from behind. Olean beat Frewsburg, 5-1, to improve to 4-4 on the season.

RANDOLPH — Paul Catarina’s unassisted tally with 20 minutes left in regulation was all that the Allegany-Limestone boys’ soccer team needed to remain undefeated for the season after a 1-0 decision over Randolph in a Chautauqua Cattaraugus East Division contest on Thursday.

Dom Conroy recorded 11 saves to preserve the shutout as the Gators (7-0) handed Randolph its first loss of the season.

Nick Carpenter stopped 19 shots for the Cardinals (3-1-1).

The outcome broke a tie for first place in the league standings.

“Both teams played well,” A-L coach Jon Luce said. “I think both teams had their share of ups and downs with a lot of momentum shifts.

“I think we are playing real solid right now. We hit the post three times in the first half.”

West Valley 2, Portville 1

PORTVILLE — Austin Wierzba scored one goal and assisted on a game-winning header by Patrick Enser with 21 minutes left to lift West Valley (3-3-1) in a come-from-behind win on the road.

Matt Proctor had an assist and Jon Zimmer preserved the win with 15 saves.

Jack Hilyer scored on a pass from Brandon Morrow and Al Nothem made 20 saves for Portville ().

“This was a complete team effort,” West Valley coach Kris Fuller noted. “We were down at half and instead of giving up, we fought back and put pressure on the entire second half.”


Olean High 5, Frewsburg 1

OLEAN — Cameron Kane and Geoffrey Broadbent each tallied twice to key Olean High.

T.J. Magro added his team-leading seventh marker of the season while Collin Charles posted two assists for the Huskies (4-4, 2-2). Jared McLaughlin and Ryan Mikalojcyzk combined to stop two shots in the win. 

“We’ve played all of our victories the exact same way as our losses,” OHS coach Jim Charles pointed out. “It’s just when we lose, we’re having trouble finding the net. We’re going to have to be able to find it against the top teams.”

Nyle Bird scored while Nick Mole made nine stops for Frewsburg.


Cattaraugus-LV 2, Silver Creek/Forestville 1

SILVER CREEK — One year ago, Cattaraugus-Little Valley traveled to Silver Creek and, despite leading early in the game, came away on the losing end of a 2-1 score.

This time, the Timberwolves reversed that final when Hunter Phinney’s second marker of the contest, an unassted tally with 15 minutes left in regulation, lifted C-LV to a CCAA Central Division victory.

Delaine Geist assisted on Phinney’s first goal that put the T-wolves on the scoreboard first.

Mike Feldmann knotted the score at 1-1 just before halftime.

Dylan Rhinehart recorded five saves for Cattaraugus-Little Valley (3-1) while his counterpart, Matt Newman, also stopped five shots for Silver Creek/Forestville.

“This game came down to maintaining a sense of battle in our guys,” C-LV coach PJ Peterson noted. “Some of them recalled what happened a year ago when we let this game slip away.

“We just seemed to play with better focus today.”


Coudersport 1, St. Marys Public 0

COUDERSPORT, Pa. — Ethan McKeone scored on a corner kick assist from Daniel Kane eight minutes into the game and goalie Michael Chambers made that early marker stand up for Coudersport (3-3).

Chambers recorded eight saves to preserve the shutou.

“Both teams were evenly matched,” Coudy coach Erich Zaun noted. “Michael came up with a huge game in goal for us.

“He had eight saves, including a diving stop with 30 seconds left where he just got enough of the ball to deflect it just wide of the net.”

Port Allegany 9, Kane 0

PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. — Eli Knapp and MacKenzie Elliott each had three goals and one assist to power Port Allegany (6-3) in an Upper Allegheny Valley League win.

Gage Caulkins, Trent Miller and Charlie Kysor each scored one goal apiece while assists were credited to Tyler Lashway, David Talkington and Adam Doan.

Garrett Talkington made two saves for the Gators.

Michael Butterfield recorded four saves for Kane.

Maryvale 1, Pioneer 0

YORKSHIRE — Jeff Casillo recorded nine saves for Pioneer (2-4).

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