CAMPBELL - No. 7 Addison overcame a soggy field and adverse weather conditions to get past No. 10 Gananda 1-0 Tuesday in Campbell-Savona in the first round of the Section V Class C1 playoffs.

"We're happy with the win and hop to have better combination play going forward," Addison head coach Kay Peters said.

With the game scoreless in the first half with under a minute remaining, Gananda was retrieving the ball when Addison's Jillian Ames came sprinting from midfield to gain possession. Ames then split through two Gananda defenders and beat the keeper to give the Knights the lead.

"Jillian has done some great things for us this season," said Peters. "Happy to see a freshman show such maturity with the ball. She can go right or left and showed her abilility to cut through."

Addison had eight shots in the first half, but were stifled by some tough Gananda defense along with the soggy field conditions.

"Gananda had a strong first half and prevented our passing game from being successful," Peters said.

Gananda goalkeeper Nadia Martyniuk turned away 11 Addison shots on the night.

The Knights on the other side of the ball, were strong. Addison held Gananda to only five shots in the game and only three corner kicks.

"I thought our defense held things together for us, they have a great deal of heart," said Peters.

Addison will move on to play the winner of No. 2 Byron-Bergen and No. 15 Cuba-Rushford Friday at a time and location to be determined.