Boys Varsity Soccer, coach Tom Szczerbacki
The SGI Boys varsity soccer team played a great week of soccer netting their first win vs. Pioneer 6-2. Alec Harrigan had 3 goals. The boys backed up that game with a strong outing, playing Eden to a 1-1 tie. Alec Harrigan scored late off the assist from Michael Kriezman to send it to OT.
The boys added a 4-0 win against Global Concepts.
They finished off the week with a strong performance against Alden, despite a 2-1 OT loss. Anthony Smith scored the lone goal off a great ball from Maxx Solly.
The boys are starting to play good soccer at the right time. These boys work hard and it’s nice to see it start to pay off—they are expected to finish the season at a high level, competing hard every time they step on the field.
Girls Varsity Soccer, coach Eric Holler
Varsity girls soccer defeated Alden in a division matchup 4-2. Goals were scored Jena Schelble, Jocelyn Jenis, Grace Zabawa and Jenasis Fisher. Jena Schelble also provided an assist. Carrie Dickinson played well in net for the Lady Griffs. Their record is overall 6-2, division 5-1.
Varsity Cross Country, coach Chad Russell, assistant coach Steven Dillsworth
The guys cross country team defeated tonawanda by a score of 20-50. Nick Abdo and Kurt Uschold lead the way for the Griffs. Brett Russell, Zack Peterman and Nathan Myers ran very well to seal the win. For the girls team Sonya Krezmein and Elle Russell finished out in front, followed by Samantha Fruehauf, Gwen Fruehauf and Morgan Lukert. The girls team remains undefeated in league play and won by the score of 18-50. The girls are two races away from a division-winning season.
JV Football, coach Joseph Marvin
Pioneer stats, loss 24-0
Rushing: Black 5 – 1yd 2/6 89yds 3 ints, Ucci 8 – 25yds, Kehr 3 – 4 yds, Woolley 2 – 2 yds, Richert 3 – 35yds, Emmick 0/1 passing, 21 – 67 yds; Passing: Black 2/7 89yds 1 int; Receiving: Lux 2 for 89yds. Defense, Pioneer rushing 35 for 171 yards, Passing 6 of 7 79 yds with 2 TDS. Springville leading tacklers: Jackson Richert,10; Josh Woolley 8; Nick Pfarner 7; Bryson Black 7; Joe Kehr 7; Wayne Smith 6. Sacks: Wayne Smith, 3.5; Joe Kehr, .5
Olean 24-28 Win
Black 15 – 87 yds TD Passing: 2/6 40yds TD 2 2pt runs; Ucci 14 – 58yds; Richert 4- 54 yds; Woolley 5 – 20yds TD; Smith 2 – 4yds; Emmick 1 – 17yds TD; Kehr 1 – 5yds. Receiving: Lux 2 for 40yds TD. Defense: Olean rush 17 for 66 and 1 td. Passing 9 of 15, 135 yards 2 tds 1 Int. Springville leading tacklers: Alex Francisco, 7; Joe Kehr 7; Nick Pfarner 6; Josh Woolley 5; Jackson Richert 4; Wayne Smith, 4; Tyler Ucci, 4; Austin Lux, 4; Bryson Black, 4. INT- Tyler Ucci returned 44 yds TD. Forced fumble – Josh Woolley. Fumble Recovery- Wayne Smith 2, Brendan Adanti 1, Josh Woolley 1. Sack – Joe Kehr 1.
Girls JV Volleyball, coach Robert Gainey
The JV girls volleyball team dropped a tough league match on Thursday night to Eden 3-0. The girls played Eden tight the first game only being down 20-19 but collapsed late in the game. Despite the result the girls played tough, including strong performances from Sara Ehlers, Emily Ehlers, Morgan Christ, and Abby Stressinger.
The JV girls volleyball team traveled to Lackawanna on Monday night and won convincingly by a score of 3-0. The girls dominated the first game thanks in large part to the sisters Sara and Emily Ehlers. The second game was a bit closer but strong play from Ivette Lewandowski and Abby Stressinger. The girls completed the sweep behind steady play from Vaidah Emerling and Morgan Christ.
The girls hosted Ellicottville on Tuesday night and came away with a dramatic 2-1 win. The girls played their best game of the year in game one consistently passing the ball to their setter and finishing plays to win 25-11. The girls came out flat and made too many mistakes in the second game as they fell 26-24. Despite the tough loss the girls rallied and pulled out the third game 25-22. Strong performances on the night included: Sara Ehlers, Emily Ehlers, Morgan Christ, Abby Stressinger, Ivette Lewandowski, and Alyssa Hunter. The girls have the rest of the week off and return to action next week
Girls Modified Soccer, coach Alicia Dziak
The girls defeated Lake Shore 2-1 on Saturday. Shelby Stisser and Shay Ellis scored the goals, and Dru Robinson added an assist. Great offensive efforts were also put in by Jackie Roggie and Brooke Walker. Caitlyn Hazen, Kiley Nolan and Mabel Robinson helped control the play at midfield, while Ava Dziak, Logan Lukert and Madalynn Schwanekamp played strong on D. Sarah O’Neal earned the win in goal, after a nerve-racking missed penalty shot.
On Tuesday, the girls faced Eden, and came away with a 2-2 tie. Regulation time ended with 1-1 on the scoreboard, with Dru Robinson scoring the only goal for SGI. In OT, SGI struck first with a goal from Dru Robinson, assisted by Ava Dziak. Eden came back to tie it with a goal late in the second OT period. Best-yet playing by all the girls, especially Arial Link, Shelby Smith, Shelby Stisser and Jackie Roggie. Logan Lukert played a great game in the net.