Fox Lane toughed it out in the second half of its 3-0 victory at Westlake Thursday.
In the first half, the match was a defensive stalemate and neither team could take advantage of its limited opportunities.
Foxes goalie Jordan Pasetsky made a tremendous diving save to keep the game scoreless in the final minutes of the first half.
“He’s been coming up big for us this year with saves and that one maybe the biggest,” Fox Lane coach J.R. Pouncey said. “He got nice and low and was able to keep us in the game.”
In the second half, the Foxes capitalized on a golden opportunity when Isaac Sanabria scored the game’s first goal off a free kick from 25 yards out.
“Isaac has been our playmaker the whole year,” Pouncey said. “When he got clipped, I knew it was going to be the miracle we needed to come out on top.”
Pasetsky finished the game with six saves. Owen Azrak and Peighton Toro each added a goal.
Chris Donnelly had eight saves for the Wildcats.
Best of the rest: Aidan Hass scored the game’s only goal as unbeaten Byram Hills won its seventh game, 1-0 over visiting Keio. … Jose Robinson scored off an assist from Joel Viveros in visiting Valhalla’s 1-0 win over Hamilton. … Steven Carias and Steven Hernandez each scored in visiting Port Chester’s 2-2 tie with Horace Greeley. … Alex Benitez scored two goals in Scarsdale’s 4-1 win over visiting Mount Vernon. … Brandon Dias had a goal and an assist in Lakeland’s 2-0 win over visiting Hen Hud. … Cameron Shaw scored in the first half of Rye Neck’s 1-0 win over visiting Rye. … Cristian Lazaro and David Stephens each scored for Peekskill in a 2-1 win over visiting Panas. … Charlie Livingstone and Zachary Levy each scored in Pelham’s 2-1 win at Scarsdale B. … Mahopac’s Nick Schiera scored the golden goal in the 93rd minute of a 1-0 overtime win over visiting Carmel. … Brewster’s Tom Trainor made 13 saves in a 2-0 shutout win at Pawling. … Rye Country Day defeated visiting St. Luke’s 3-0. … Pleasantville won 2-1 at Croton-Harmon. … John Jay beat visiting Beacon 2-1. … Arlington won 2-0 at John Jay-EF.