WAVERLY, N.Y. - The Waverly Wolverines and Notre Dame Crusaders entered Wednesday's game tied atop the IAC standings.

When the game was over the standings remained unchanged as the two teams tied for the second time this year, finishing 2-2.

Notre Dame struck first Megan Herrick scored on a direct kick at 22:08 of the first half.

The lead didn't last long as Bailey Rando took a cross from Danielle Burkhart and the ball bounced into the net tying the game at 25:05.

Waverly took a 2-1 lead into the half as Emiley Myers hit a perfectly placed corner that went over a leaping attempt by Notre Dame goalie Sheridan Heine and went right to Elle Nittinger on the far post for a goal.

"I thought the first half especially we played pretty well and that's what we have been working on all year, possessing the ball and being dynamic with your runs," Waverly coach Brian Myers said. "We tired to get the ball moving and especially against Notre Dame because Heine is obviously a good goalie, I believe the way to score on her is pinging balls around and putting pressure on."

In the second half Herrick got her second goal, again off a corner kick, at 57:29.

That was the last score of the game as the two team's settled for a tie, after finishing in a scoreless tie in their last match up.

The goals were the first either team has allowed this season.

"It feels good to be in a position to still have a shot in the league," Myers said. "I'm a little disappointed in the two goals they scored that were on free kicks. I'm not happy with the 2-2 tie because I truly believe we are the better team, but what matters at the end of the day is the score on the scoreboard."

Waverly had eight shots and two corners in the game and Notre Dame had five shots and one corner kick.

Allie Frutchey finished with two saves in net for the Wolverines and Heine had five for Notre Dame.

Wellsboro 2, NEB 1, OT

Lauren Bleggi broke a scoreless tie in overtime in the 84th minute giving Wellsboro the win on Wednesday.

Sarah Ingerick had put the Green Hornets in front at 17:12 of the game, but at 52:32 Megan Brown tied the game for Northeast Bradford off a Katy Jefferson assist.

"I was pleased with how our girls played tonight," Northeast Bradford coach Larry Jennings said. "We are struggling with a lot of injuries. The girls are learning new positions and doing their best in positions they have never played before. They are a tough group of girls that are going above and beyond to keep us in every game."

Wellsboro had 17 shots and nine corners and NEB had five shots and four corner kicks.

Angelia Laudermilch had 15 saves in net for NEB and Megan Bodine finished with four saves for Wellsboro.

Sayre 14, Williamson 1

Elyse Skerpon scored five goals and Jess Hickey had four goals in the win on Wednesday.

Skerpon scored at 37:26 off an Allie Peet assist and at 33:19 Chloe Tracy scored off a penalty kick.

Skerpon scored off a Tracy assist at 31:15 and Peet scored at 30:52.

At 28:54 Skerpon scored on a header off a Peet corner and Williamson got on the board at 27:07 when Kendra Colegrove scored.

Hickey scored at 26:40 off a Tracy assist and Paige Hildebrant scored on a long shot from outside the 18 at 24:04.

Hickey scored off a Peet corner at 38:27 of the second half and at 37:30 and 34:09 Skerpon scored off Tracy assists.

Hickey scored at 32:54 and Tracy scored at 26:30. Hickey scored off a Peet assist at 19:50 and Becca McNamara scored at 2:33.

Tracy finished with four assists in the game and Peet had three assists.

Sayre had 36 shots and seven corners and Williamson had six shots and no corners.

McNamara had two saves in net for Sayre and Paige Wampole had one save for Sayre, while Williamson had 11 saves.

Odessa-Montour 6, Tioga 1

Tioga's Justice Pahlman scored her first career goal in the loss.

Callie Stillman had a hat trick, Olivia Walrad had two goals and April Dunn had one for Odessa in the win.

O-M had 19 shots and five corners and Tioga had six shots and four corners. Rebekah Argetsinger had 12 saves for Tioga and Addie Rhodes had two saves for O-M.


Notre Dame 8, Waverly 0

The Cruasaders got a hat trick from Li Molingou in the win on Wednesday.

Alex Sabia started the scoring at 32:27 and Molingou scored at 31:27.

Alec Cutler scored at 27:20 and Molingou had a goal at 24:56 and 15:58.

Kassra Eshraghi scored at 9:50 and at 4:16 Troy's Connor Bense found the net for Notre Dame.

The Crusaders got a second goal from Cutler at 34:35 of the second half.

Notre Dame had 28 shots and two corners and Waverly had no shots or corners.

Tanner Cantrell had four saves for Waverly and Grant Caplan had six saves.

"Notre Dame is always a tough team," Waverly coach Tara Frankling said. "Their passing is immaculate and we got caught off our guard. We went back to making mistakes we made in the beginning of the season. We were tired coming from a game yesterday that went into overtime and my guys were exhausted. They fought till the very end and never gave up. This speaks volumes."

Waverly is back in action on Saturday when they host Watkins Glen.