South soccer wins at Hamburg
Williamsville South scored a huge road win at Hamburg as Lucas Principe paced the Billies with two goals in their 4-1 victory.
Mike Ford tallied four goals and Alex Reid chipped in a pair as Lockport rolled over Kenmore West, 9-1, in Niagara Frontier action.
Also, Marcanthony Paonessa's play in goal helped lift Lew-Port to a 2-0 win over North Tonawanda.
Albion moved up to 5-1-1 overall and a perfect 5-0 in Niagara-Orleans play after Jackson Hamilton's winning goal a minute into the second half lifted the Purple Eagles to a 1-0 win over Newfane.
Sasha Evans and Robert Ty-Holland scored two goals each as Gowanda handed Park a 5-1 loss in IAC play.
Koons' first is winner
Madison Koons' first varsity goal proved to be the game winner in Sacred Heart's 2-0 shutout over Nardin.
In other Monsignor Martin action, Nichols rolled past Holy Angels, 6-0, as Val McNamara and Sarah Garcia connected on two goals each. Goalie Katelyn Skipper's shutout helped Mount Mercy slip by Mount St. Mary, 2-0.
Jocelyn Ruhland scored the winner with 14:56 remaining in the match to lift visiting East Aurora to 1-0 victory over Amherst. Addie Ohler recorded the shutout at goalie for the Blue Devils in ECIC III play.
Lockport's Jo Golding distributed two assists while Bridget Masiello and Jayme Wadosky combined for the shutout in the Lions, 2-0, win over Kenmore West.
In a non-league matchup, Buffalo Seminary's Sarah Obletz scored the winning goal while goalie Natalie Voos recorded a shutout in the Sirens 1-0 triumph over Hutch-Tech
Kristen Carson contributed three assists to Tonawanda's 4-0 victory over City Honors.
Wilson posts volleyball win
In girls volleyball, Lindsay Bryer was huge with 21 assists, seven aces and three kills in Wilson's 3-0 triumph over Akron in Niagara-Orleans action.
Sweet Home remains unbeaten at 5-0 as Lydia Penberthy's seven kills, nine digs and four aces lifted the Panthers to a 3-0 triumph over Kenmore West.
Williamsville South downed West Seneca East, 3-1, behind Rebecca Postek's eight aces and five kills.
In girls swimming, Clarence outdueled Lancaster, 119-64, while Sweet Home defeated Jamestown, 108-64.