The two seed Clinton girls soccer team remained unbeaten by defeating 18 seed Holland Patent 6-2 in Thursday’s Section III Class B first round game in Clinton.
Game details were not available at press time.
The Warriors, who improved to 16-0, are home for seven seed South Jefferson in the Class B quarterfinals on Saturday at a time to be announced. South Jefferson advanced with a 6-4 win over General Brown.
The Golden Knights earned a 2-1 win at Homer in the opening round of the Class B tournament Tuesday. The deciding goal came off of a Homer player and into the teams’ own net.
HP’s first goal was scored by Makenzie Stalker. Homer’s Gracie Patriarco scored as well.
The Golden Knights finished the season at 7-10.
The Adirondack girls soccer team was eliminated from the Section III Class C playoffs with a 4-1 loss at Dolgeville Thursday.
Kiersten Case scored the 13th-seeded Wildcats’ lone goal.
In net for Adirondack, Morgan Hutchins stopped 13 shots.
Four seed Dolgeville’s Jakyra Miller scored twice. Dakota Jeffers and Rylee Lamphere also scored. In net, Brooke Swartz and Kerisa Van Olst split time, with each making three saves.
Dolgeville (13-4) will host five seed Beaver River (13-3) Saturday at a time to be announced.
Six seed Westhill won 5-2 at home Wednesday over 11 seed Westmoreland-Oriskany in the first round of the Section III Class B boys soccer playoffs.
The hosts established a 3-0 halftime lead. The Bulldogs came back with the first two goals of the second half but Westhill got two late goals to seal the victory.
Johann Bratge and Caleb Miller each had a goal and an assist for Westmoreland-Oriskany.
In goal for the Bulldogs, David Cronauer made 16 saves then Matthew Doyle made one save in relief.
Joshua Dabbiero scored twice for Westhill, with one goal each from Christopher Schwartz, Kyle Rosenberger and Emmet Starowicz.
Westmoreland ends its season at 10-6.
Westhill (10-4-1) will play at three seed Central Valley Academy (12-4-1) at 7 tonight.