Troy wins in final seconds; Athens edges Mansfield
The Troy Trojans got a goal from Faith Ceely with just eight seconds left to defeat Sayre on Wednesday.
The Trojans scored off a corner kick as the ball bounced in front of the net and Ceely gathered it and scored the winner.
"It was an outstanding game by both teams," Troy coach Wayne Pratt said. "The girls on both sides of the ball gave everything they had. I'm very proud of my defense, they stepped up tonight."
Troy had six shots and four corner kicks and Sayre had four shots and one corner kick. Taylor Johnston had four saves for Troy and Paige Wampole had five saves for Sayre.
Troy is at Athens on Friday.
Athens 1, Mansfield 0
MANSFIELD - Kirsten Colegrove fired a long shot over the head of Mansfield goalie Kasey Powlison 20:50 into the game and that proved to be the difference on Wednesday.
For Colegrove it was her 99th career goal and it helped Athens stay unbeaten.
"This is the kind of game that I love Athens to have to get ready for districts," Athens coach Duane Hafer said. "It lets us see a tough game and tough times and that we can still pull off a win. I thought both teams played very well tonight. I loved the way Mansfield came out and played against us. It was a different style of attack and we were able to pull out the win."
Mansfield coach Corey Johnson was happy with how his team played in the loss.
"It was a well played game by both teams," Johnson said. "Mansfield held their own against an undefeated team. I thought we had a shot at it, it was just one good shot by Colegrove. I want to wish good luck to Athens down in districts this year."
Athens had nine shots in the game and two corner kicks and Mansfield had eight shots in the game and 11 corner kicks. Morgan Westbrook had seven saves for Athens and Powlison had seven saves for Mansfield.
The JV game ended in a 2-2 tie. Sarah Cuno and Morgan Westbrook had goals for Athens and Taylor Maslin had an assist.
Towanda 3, NEB 0
TOWANDA - The Black Knights hosted their pink game on Wednesday and came away with the victory.
"Finally a game where everything fell into place," Towanda coach Dave Jurnack said. "It was a complete game effort, which made me the proudest man in pink there. Many of us had loved ones in mind during the game and we fought hard for them. I could not be any prouder of this team."
Lauren Risch started the scoring at 32:13 of the first half and with 4:26 left in the half Mackenzie Roof scored.
At 16:30 of the second half Laciann Manning capped the scoring off a Roof assist.
Towanda had nine shots and four corners and NEB had four shots and one corner kick.
Kylie Garris had four saves for Towanda and Alyssa Coon had six saves for NEB.
Waverly 8, Candor 0
Wolverines coach Brian Myers picked up his 50th career victory on Wednesday.
Kylie Newman led Waverly with a four-goal game and two assists.
Newman started the scoring off an Elle Nittinger assist and Newman scored again off assists from Emiley Myers and Danielle Burkhart.
Newman completed her first-half hat trick off an assist from Capria Picco.
Newman started the second half scoring with an unassisted goal and Nittinger scored off a Myers assist, before Burkhart scored off a Newman assist.
Julia Bowers scored off an Alexa Kline assist and McKhenna Mattison scored off a Newman assist.
Waverly had 15 shots and seven corners and Candor had three shots and one corner kick.
Allie Frutchey had three saves for Waverly and Katie Slocum had three saves for Candor.
This concludes the regular season for Waverly.
Notre Dame 1, SVE 0
The Crusaders moved one step closer to a division title with the victory in a match up of division leaders on Wednesday.
Notre Dame finishes the regular season with games at Newfield on Friday and a make up game against Newark Valley on Tuesday and wins in both would give them the division title.
Emma Booth got the only goal of the game at 52:43 of the second half off an assist from Jen Smithers.
Notre Dame had eight shots and nine corners in the game and SVE had four shots and two corner kicks.
Sheridan Heine had one save for Notre Dame and Morgan Price had five saves for SVE.
Wellsboro 8, Williamson 0
Brynn Ripley had a hat trick in the victory on Wednesday.
Ripley had goals at 36:55, 56:42 and 65:35 for the Green Hornets in the game.
Sarah Ingerick (63:40), Lindsay Graver (78:55), Lauren Bleggi (72:40), Emilee Kramer (76:39) and Kelsey Logan (79:59) also all scored in the game for Wellsboro.
Kramer and Ripley had assists in the game.
Wellsboro had 28 shots in the game and Meghan Bodine had one save in net, while Calli Cody had 14 saves for Williamson.
Wellsboro won the JV game 3-0.
Watkins Glen 2, Tioga 1
Watkins Glen led in shots 15-6 and corners 8-0 in the game.
Abby Canzler had 11 saves in net for Tioga in the loss.