Coach: Ryan Deppa
October 1: The Warriors traveled to Cassadaga Valley and came home with its 3rd shutout in a row with a 6-0 win and improved to 8-3-1 overall and 7-2-1 in CCAA Division 2 action.
September 28: The Warriors returned home and hosted the Timberwolves of Catt-Little Valley. Warriors 6 Catt-Little Valley 0.
September 26: The Warriors went on the road to face the Cardinals under the lights in Randolph. Randolph held the high powered offensive Salamanca team to zero goals, while the Warriors defense returned the favor. 0-0 double overtime tie in front of a huge crowd.
September 21: The Warriors won under the lights at Portville by the score of 2-1. It was an exciting game with 2 great teams playing hard for the entire game.
September 19: Warriors score 2 first half goals, and edge Frewsburg 2-1 in league play. The team improves to 5-3 for the season.
September 14: The Warriors hosted first place and undefeated Maple Grove. They held a 2-0 lead early into the second half, before Maple Grove scored 3 goals to win 3-2. The Warriors had a great crowd during a game that saw plenty of rain.
September 12: The team traveled to Silver Creek and came back to Salamanca with a 8-0 win, earning its second team shutout of the year. The entire team did a great job vs. a capable Silver Creek team.
September 10: The Lady Warriors continue putting the ball in the back of the net with a 7-0 win over Cassadaga Valley, earning its first team shut out of the season. The midfield did a great job working with the Warriors offense and helped to produce a great deal of the team’s goals.
September 7: Warriors went into half time with a 2-0 lead against Catt/LV, and then opened it up with 4 additional second half goals and won their first league game by the score of 6-1. The team defended well and created numerous opportunities.
September 5: The Warriors opened league play with a 2-1 loss to rival Randolph. Randolph scored 2 early first half goals. The Warriors came out with new life in the second half, but Randolph played tough the entire game to preserve their lead and win.
August 31: The Warriors traveled to Bolivar Richburg for a beautiful evening of soccer under the lights. The Warriors fell to the Section 5 Class 'C' Wolverines 3-2. The Wolverines were great hosts providing pizza for both teams after the game.
August 30: The Warriors hosted Class B power Falconer for the home opener. The team was down a goal on two occasions, and battled back to earn a 3-2 win. Both teams fought hard, and created numerous chances throughout the game. A very solid effort from both the Warriors and the Falcons.