LERAYSVILLE - The Sayre Redskins rallied from an early deficit to pick up a 4-1 victory over Northeast Bradford on Wednesday.

Katie Jefferson got the Panthers on the board during their pink game, scoring a goal in the opening 10 minutes.

Down a goal, Elyse Skerpon tied things up for Sayre off a Chloe Tracy assist.

With the game tied at the half, Sayre came out in the second half and took the lead as Jessica Hickey scored off a Skerpon assist.

Alison Hickey extended the lead to 3-1 as she took a shot from just inside the 18 and hocked it in off the far cross bar off a Jessica Hickey assist. Jessica Hickey capped the scoring in the game off an assist from Skerpon.

Sayre had 25 shots in the game and three corner kicks and Northeast Bradford had eight shots in the game and five corner kicks.

Angelia Laudermilch finished with 13 saves in net for the Panthers, while Becca McNamara and Paige Wampole combined for seven saves in net for Sayre.

Troy 3,

Wellsboro 2, OT

WELLSBORO - Troy got a goal from Justice Brown, off a Sara Hunsicker assist, with just 1:39 left in overtime to give the Trojans the victory on Wednesday.

Wellsboro got the games first goal at 28:45 of the first half off a Jenny Young assist and Casey Baxter tied things for Troy at 8:53 of the second half.

At 27:04 of the second half Kayla Stephani scored on a penalty kick to give the Trojans the lead, but Wellsboro tied it at 31:16 as Young scored.

Troy finished with 18 shots in the game and Wellsboro had nine shots.

Meghan Bodine finished with 15 saves for Wellsboro and Taylor Johnston had seven saves for the Trojans.

Troy is at Williamson on Monday.

Waverly 1,

Newark Valley 0

WAVERLY, N.Y. - The Wolverines got a goal from freshman Elle Nittinger 11:12 into the second half, heading in an assist from Danielle Burkhart to give the Wolverines the win.

"I think these close games will definitely make us better as a team," Waverly coach Brian Myers said. "Quite honestly, I didn't think we played great. Coming off a game last night it looked like we were a little bit tired. It was a nice win for us."

Having some of the younger players like Nittinger step up is big for the Wolverines.

"Our starting outside at the beginning of the season, she's on a trip to Scotland so we threw Elle in there and she's doing a real good job. Not only her, but Capria Picco and Zoe Mennig, they are both eighth graders and they are playing better than I expected as well. It was not one of our better performances, but we scratched out a win."

Waverly had three shots and two corner kicks in the game and Newark Valley had one shot and one corner kick.

Allie Frutchey had one save for Waverly and Molly Graves had one save for Newark Valley.

Waverly hosts Tioga at 11 a.m. on Saturday.

BOYS

Newark Valley 3, Tioga 2

A Newark Valley goal by Kyle Williams with just 3:07 left in the game was the difference on Wednesday.

Newark Valley scored two early goals to take a lead, but Tioga fought back with back-to-back goals to tie things before Williams got the winner.

Newark Valley got on the board 3:00 into the game as Tyler Rypkema scored.

At 22:00 Philip Lindhorst scored for Newark Valley to make it 2-0.

Tioga cut the deficit to one at the half as Dan Layman scored at 37:15.

Just three minutes into the second half Tioga tied things when Jacob Evanek found the net.

Tioga had 20 shots and two corner kicks and Newark Valley had 14 shots and three corners.

Micah Gorsline had 18 saves for Newark Valley and Luke Hoose had 11 for Tioga.

"It's always a tough game with Newark Valley and this was no different," Tioga coach Jim Howey said. "They have a good squad this year evidenced by the squads that they have beaten and/or tied. We had a little difficulty getting started having only arrived at site 20 minutes prior to the game due to transportation issues and they were able to capitalize on that lethargy.

"We were much better with our communication and offensive posturing and I am excited headed into the second half of our league schedule. We have been in every game and look forward to trying to turn the tables on the results we have been achieving."

Tioga hosts Waverly at 4:30 on Friday.