WAVERLY, N.Y. - The Sayre Redskins made their second trip across the state border to Waverly this season, coming home with a 6-0 victory this time.

Waverly's defense was strong in the first half, limiting the Redskins to two goals, but Sayre's offense got going early in the second half.

Seth Murrelle scored the first goal with 16:12 left in the half on an unassisted goal and Nate Williams scored off a Murrelle assist three minutes later to give Sayre the 2-0 edge.

It took just 53 seconds into the second half for Murrelle to cut past the Waverly goalie and scored to make it 3-0 and he completed his hat trick at 38:02 off an assist from Kyle Lake.

It took 31 more minutes then Stephen Yanuzzi fed Juan Velazquez for a goal and the final goal was unassisted by Mitchell Ward.

Sayre had 39 shots and 13 corners and Waverly had three shots and no corner kicks.

Marshall Higley and Guiseppe Scavone had three saves combined in net and Tanner Cantrell and Jake Ovedovitz finished with 21 saves combined for Waverly.

Sayre hosts Troy on Tuesday.

For Waverly the game wraps up the season.

"This was a good game to end the season with," Waverly coach Tara Franklin said. "There were similarities in our game today as yesterday's game. We ended the first half 2-0. My players were still very much in the game and I believe we caught Sayre off guard. I was glad we were able to play Sayre today to get an extra game in this season.

"I just kept reminding the guys that they were playing for the seniors today, and they did. We were off to a good start and held Sayre off for a majority of the first half. The guys had a good game and worked very hard this season. They continued to improve against every team we played."