Wilson booters rally past Albion
Holley posts win; Kendall ties
Staying in the thick of the title race, Wilson rallied for a pair of late goals to defeat host Albion 5-3 this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League boys soccer game.
Breaking away from a 3-3 deadlock, Wilson got the game winning goal by Joshua Van Buren with 11:05 remaining. The Lakemen then added an insurance goal a minute and a half later as Cesar Carlin tallied with 9:33 to go.
The victory boosts Wilson’s record to 8-3 and keeps the Lakemen within a half game of front-running Medina/Lyndonville (8-2-1).
Newfane also stayed right in the title chase by blanking CSAT 5-0 to improve to 7-3-1.
In the other N-O contest,Akron (7-4) scored three late goals to lock up a 4-0 victory over host Roy-Hart (4-7).
Albion had knotted the contest at 3-3 with 14:42 remaining on a direct kick goal by Cam Usselman.
The Purple Eagles had jumped out to leads of 1-0 and 2-1 in the first half as Usselman scored off an assist from Marcos Sanchez and then Sanchez tallied from Usselman.
However, both times Wilson answered right back with the equalizer, first on a goal by Carlin and then on a tally by Brayden Skobjak.
The Lakemen then grabbed a 3-2 advantage at the half on a goal by Reilly O’Lay with 5:22 to go.
Three regular season ending games on Thursday will now decide the N-O championship with Medina/Lyndonville at Roy-Hart, Akron at Newfane and CSAT at Wilson.
Newfane 5, CSAT 0
John George sparked Newfane with three goals.
The loss drops CSAT to 0-11.
Kendall 1, Wilson Magnet 1
Kendall battled to a 1-1 tie with Wilson Magnet in a non league game this afternoon at Sahlen’s Stadium.
Jake Adams scored Kendall’s lone goal in the second half off an assist from Zach Vogt.
Kendall, which improves to 12-0-3, closes out the regular season at Albion at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
Holley 7, University Prep 1
Andrew Cary had three goals and two assists to lead Holley (8-5-2) to a 7-1 non league victory over visiting University Prep.
Joe DeFelice, Justin Parker, PJ Duffy and Dan Kozlowski also each had a goal and Jon Bower two assists for the Hawks.