For the second consecutive game, Fredonia scored three goals in the first eight minutes and cruised to victory.
On Monday, Cassadaga Valley was the victim as the Hillbillies rolled, 5-1, in the non-league soccer contest.
"I put that challenge out to the kids again," Fredonia coach Jeff Walker said of grabbing an early lead.
Aidan Lang, who was at the center of Fredonia's 4-0 win over Portville on Friday, got the scoring started with his tally off an assist from Pat McCarthy.
Just over a minute later, McCarthy set up Justin Nichols for a quick 2-0 lead and Fredonia wasn't even close to finished.
Jon Saeli and Nichols each scored unassisted goals before Bryce Gifford made it 5-0 just under 23 minutes into the game.
"This was a nice game for us going into the playoffs," Walker added. "We got a lot of our non-starters a lot of playing time."
Cassadaga Valley's Kyle Ruge ruined the shutout bid at the 59-minute mark of the second half.
Nick Hart and Morgan Thompson split goalkeeping duties for Fredonia.
Fredonia 'hosts' a first-round playoff game against Roy-Hart on Wednesday, at Fredonia State.
"We've been very fortunate to work with Fredonia State in the past," Walker explained. "We were able to work with them again. Fortunately, there were no conflicts with their schedules and we could make it work."