Lady Red Raiders fall to Class AA Horseheads

HORNELL — Horseheads showed off the differences between Class AA and Class B on Saturday night as they dominated the soccer field for a 3-0 road win over the Hornell Lady Red Raiders at Maple City Park in Hornell.

Horseheads got on the board early to create a bit of cushion, as Miranda Nobitsky scored in just the ninth minute to make it 1-0. Nobitsky added another goal in the second half, while Rachel Williams scored the third and final goal of the evening for the Raiders.

Hornell (2-2) now hits the road on Tuesday evening for a 6:30 p.m. contest against the Haverling Rams in Bath.

Wayland-Cohocton 2, Wellsville 1

COHOCTON — Wellsville scored first on a goal from Sophie Majewski, but Way-Co answered with a pair to take a 2-1 win in the consolation round of its host tournament Saturday.

Kailey Johnson and Olivia Lewis had the goals for the Eagles (1-1), with Julia Zastawrny assisting on both scores. Hannah Fairbrother made six saves in the win.

Wellsville (0-2) hosts Fillmore Tuesday at 5 p.m., with Way-Co visiting Geneseo Monday.

Dansville 2, Batavia 1

COHOCTON — Dansville claimed the Way-Co tourney title Saturday night with a 2-1 win over Batavia.

Grace Rittenhouse scored her sixth goal of the tournament on a Mackenzie Lawless assist, with Lawless adding a goal of her own to seal the win. Jill Schramm made eight saves in the victory.

Dansville (3-0) hosts LeRoy Tuesday.

Prattsburgh 2, Lima Christian 2

LIMA - Prattsburgh and Lima-Christian tied 2-2 Saturday.

Eighth-grader Emma Carlton had two goals for Prattsburgh, both assisted by Colby Santillo.

“Was great to see an 8th grader get involved in our offense,” Prattsburgh head coach Trista Sullivan said.

Lima Christian held a 1-0 lead at halftime, but Prattsburgh tied the game before the end of regulation.

Carlton netted her second goal of the game in the first overtime to give Prattsburgh the advantage.

Prattsburgh will next be in action at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday against Jasper-Troupsburg.

Avoca 5, Geneva 2

AVOCA — Avoca rolled to a 5-2 win over Geneva Saturday behind two goals from Selina Jud and a score apiece from Taylor Grover, Delaney Stowe and Alexis Weldy.

Olivia Kilmer and Shauna Pimm added an assist each for the Tigers, with Jordan Swift and Jolien Gay making three saves apiece.

Avoca (3-0) hosts Campbell-Savona Tuesday.


Hornell 5, Holland 0

OLEAN — The Hornell Red Raiders remained unbeaten on the season with a dominating 5-0 win over Holland in the championship round of the Olean tournament in Olean.

The score was 0-0 at halftime, but the Red Raiders opened things up in a big way in the second half, scoring all five of their goals in the second 40-minute stanza.

Ian Ashworth scored two goals and was named the tournament MVP for his efforts. Justin Briggs, Chase Freeland and Connor O’Rourke also added goals, while Briggs and Freeland had two assists each. Wyatt Argentieri also tallied an assist in the win.

Tanner Stutzman made three saves in the shutout win and Liam Hendrickson was named the championship game MVP, as Hornell improved to 4-0 and now returns home on Tuesday evening to face Letchworth-Warsaw at 6:30 p.m. 

Dansville 2, Leroy 1

LEROY — After a scoreless first half, Tyler Harris netted a pair for Dansville to lift the Mustangs to a 2-1 road win over LeRoy Saturday.

The first score for Harris came on a PK, with the second clutch goal assisted by Abram Barron late in regulation.

“This is the first time in a long time that Dansville has actually put it together in the second half and come up with the win,” said coach Steve French. “Usually we fall apart in the second half so I was super proud of everybody and a great effort by Gage Scherer, he stepped up his game as well today and we are looking forward to our next game this Monday against Wellsville.”

Dansville is now 2-1 and hosts the Lions Monday at 5 p.m.

Scio 1, Bolivar-Richburg 0

SCIO — Elia Travaini netted the lone goal of the night with just 12:55 left in regulation to hand Scio the Brock Young Memorial Tournament title Saturday night with a 1-0 win over B-R.

Cameron Loucks assisted on the game-winner.

"It was a really nice shot, top left corner," said Scio coach Dillon McFall. "It's the first time we've won this tourney in a few years so it's nice to get that back. B-R played tough. They're scrappy and quick. We didn't play our best game and we were missing two senior starters, so it was a nice win for us."

Scio had a 6-3 edge in shots.

Cory Bolzan had three saves for Scio, with Wayne Karnuth making five for B-R. Scio is GV next up.

Genesee Valley 11, Cuba-Rushford 0

CUBA — It was all Jaguars in an 11-0 road win over the Rebels Saturday.

Cody Schneider had a hat trick, while Evan Windus, Christian Tuttle and Cannon Phillips each scored twice. Riley Szymkowiak and Trent Scott added a goal each. Will Scholes had three assists and Ryley McKnight added two. Schneider, Windus and Trevor Clark had one apiece for GV (2-2).