Waverly girls roll past Watkins Glen
WAVERLY, N.Y. - The Wolverines found the net 11 times in an 11-0 victory over Watkins Glen in IAC girls' soccer action on Thursday.
At 34:01 of the first half, Emiley Myers scored on a penalty kick and at 29:44 Danielle Burkhart scored for Waverly.
Kylie Newman scored at 20:09 and Sabrina Bowman scored off a Newman assist at 17:00.
In the second half, Waverly wasted little time getting the offense going as Liia Carpenter scored at 36:36 and Myers scored off a Carpenter assist at 32:47.
At 28:29, Carpenter got her second goal off an assist from Jenna Bowman and at 15:48 Allie Frutchey, who is the starting goalie and came out of goal at the half, scored her first goal of the year off an assist from Kiana Manuel.
At 23:30, Sabrina Bowman found the net and the next goal came as Katie McEvoy scored off an assist from Frutchey.
Waverly capped the scoring with 9:41 left when Burkhart found the back of the net.
Waverly had 39 shots and four corner kicks and Watkins Glen had two shots in the game. Watkins Glen's Maggie Bond attempted a penalty kick with Reylyn Schwartzhoff in net for Waverly, with the kick hitting the crossbar.
Frutchey and Schwartzhoff had two saves and Allison Teed started in net for Watkins Glen and the Senecas had 20 saves.
Spencer Van-Etten 2, Tioga 0
Spencer got a goal five minutes in from Lisa Nelson off an assist from Kaitlynne Neild, but the shorthanded Tigers, playing with 10 girls, held the game at 1-0 until 10 seconds left in the game when Taylor Rider scored.
Spencer had 32 shots and six corners and Tioga had nine shots and no corners.
Hannah Manwaring had 17 saves for Tioga and Megan Holman had two saves for Spencer.
Wellsboro 2, Williamson 1, 2OT
The Green Hornets got a goal from Gillan Alafoginis on a penalty kick at 99:40 of the second overtime.
Dawson Prough had Wellsboro's first goal at 19:24 off an assist from Dan Brooks.
"This was a game of ups and downs," Wellsboro coach John Shaffer. "We played a great first half and scored a great goal with team passing. We got unlucky and gave up a goal from way outside. Once the game went into overtime we made a decision to not over commit players and as Williamson committed more we looked to counter attack and Dawson got a break away and got drug down in the box. Gillan had a great finish and we will take the win."
Wellsboro had five shots and four corners and Jake Mitchell made seven saves.
Sullivan County 1, Millville 1, Called due to darkness in second OT
Derek Wilkins started the day shooting an 80 at the District 4 golf championships, he capped his day by scoring from 50 yards out with 17:32 left in the first half off a direct kick in the soccer game.
Millville tied the game with 1:37 left in regulation when Chase Laubach scored off a Dylan Mohr assist.
The game was called late in the second overtime due to darkness.
Sullivan County had 10 shots and five corners and Millville had 15 shots and 10 corners. Sullivan had 18 direct kicks and Millville had 13.
Zach Meyer finished with 14 saves in goal for the Griffins.
Sullivan County is 5-6-1 and they hosts Neumann on Saturday.
Liberty 5, Galeton 0
Liberty notched an NTL victory on Thursday.
Nothern Potter 7, Smithport 1
Matt Morgan had two goals and an assist and Hunter Hess had two goals in the win.
Austin Kosa, Chris Wyne and Curtis Coates all added goals in the win.
Charles Plank had an assist and Luke Reisenger had three assists in the game.
Dario Caminiti scored for Smithport.
Northern Potter had 43 shots and nine corners and Smithport had six shots and no corners.
Dylan Walaski had four saves for Northern Potter and Blake Bryan had 27 saves for Smithport.
Northern Potter is at Troy at 10 a.m. on Saturday.