Waverly thinks pink and comes away with a win
WAVERLY, N.Y. - The Wolverines wore a different color on Wednesday as they hosted their pink game, but it was still the same high-powered Waverly offense in the new uniforms as they scored four first-half goals in a 5-0 win over Spencer Van-Etten.
Liia Carpenter got Waverly on the board at 32:06 off an Emiley Myers assists and at 29:14 Danielle Burkhart scored off a Myers assist.
Myers scored off a Sabrina Bowman assist at 24:04 and Bowman scored at 3:58.
Carpenter capped the scoring with her second tally of the game at 35:57 of the second half.
Waverly had 16 shots and seven corner kicks and Spencer had three shots and one corner kick.
Allie Frutchey had two saves in net for Waverly and Dalia Rorick had six saves for Spencer.
Waverly is finished for the regular season and they await sectional seeding.
Sayre 4, Troy 1
The Redskins scored three goals in just three minutes in the first half to get the victory.
Mikala McNamara scored at 26:22 off a Jess Hickey assist and at 25:44 McNamara scored her second goal, this one off an assist from Mollie Robinson.
At 23:22 Elye Skerpon lofted in a high shot from the corner to make it a 3-0 game.
The scored stayed at 3-0 until 34:07 of the second half when Troy got on the board as Louisa Shedden found the net.
Troy could get no closer and with 13 seconds left in the game Skerpon scored off a McNamara assist to wrap up the scoring.
"The girls played great tonight," Sayre coach Tracy Mennig said. "I was very proud of all of them. Courtney Bruer stepped up to the plate when put in goal in (Sarah) Ostroski's absence. She did a phenomenal job. All the girls gave 110% tonight. They wanted to win and brought it home. I was very pleased with their performance."
Sayre had 16 shots and seven corners and Troy had 12 shots and nine corners.
Bruer had eight saves and Rachael Stafford had six saves for Troy.
Athens 3, Mansfield 1
Mansfield outshot the Tigers, but Athens had the answers offensively on Wednesday in the victory.
Athens struck first at 35:15 of the first half when Rachael Donnelly scored off assists from Mackenzie Hafer and Kirsten Colegrove.
Mansfield tied the game at 34:14 of the second half when Jackie Hillson found the net to tie the game.
However, just 25 seconds later Athens responded as Mackenzie Warner scored off a Colegrove assist.
Donnelly capped the scoring with 2:36 left off a Warner assist.
Mansfield had 14 shots and 10 corners and Athens had eight shots and three corner kicks.
Morgan Westbrook had 12 saves for Athens and Kasey Powlison had four saves for Mansfield.
"It was a good game overall, it was a physical game," Mansfield coach Corey Johnson said. "We put up a good fight and had possession for a pretty good part of the game. Playing a team of Athens caliber we played pretty good against them, they just ended up with more goals in the end. They played a good game and I'm proud of the girls."
The JV game ended in a 1-1 tie. Athens got a goal from Taylor Conrad and Mallory Kotulka scored for Mansfield.
Towanda is at Athens at 7 p.m. today.
Wellsboro 1, NEB 0
Sarah Ingerick sent a long throw in to Sarah Kramer who finished with a strong shot 16:07 in for the only goal of the game on Wednesday.
"The Lady Hornets didn't take long to get into a rhythm," Wellsboro coach Carolyn Mitchell said. "Although we didn't take as many shots on goal, we controlled the ball the majority of the game. Emilie Kramer and Brooke Kohler did a standout job defending the NEB speed on the attack the second half of the game. This was a team we previously lost to and I'm proud of the girls for believing in themselves and having the scoreboard reflect it."
Both teams had nine shots on Wednesday and the Panthers had four corners, while Wellsboro had three corners.
Meghan Bodine had two saves for Wellsboro and Jenny Young had one save, while Angelia Laudermilch had five saves for the Panthers.
"Tonight's game was a very evenly played game," Northeast Bradford coach Larry Jennings said. "Both teams played very well. I am very pleased with the progress our girls are making."
The JV game ended in a scoreless tie.
Towanda 5, Williamson 0
After a scoreless first half, the Black Knights scored five second-half goals in the win.
Mackenzie Roof scored off a Brittany Boardman assist five minutes into the second half and two minutes later Laci Manning scored off a Kylie Cazassa assist.
With eight minutes left in the half Andrea Irvine scored for Towanda and Roof scored off a Taylor Hallabuk assist two minutes later, before Olivia Powers capped the scoring with two minutes left in the game.
Towanda had 28 shots and one corner and Williamson had eight shots and a corner.
Samantha Harrington had 24 saves for Williamson and Megan McGee had one save for Towanda.
"Their goalkeeper kept the game scoreless my hat's off to her, she had probably five or six well played saves in the first half and a few more in the second," Towanda coach Jeff Gonzalez said.
Candor 1, Tioga 0
Candor got the games only goal at 33:27 of the second half when Mikayla Short scored off a Sierra Szwec assist.
Candor had 21 shots and one corner and Tioga had seven shots and two corner kicks.
Hannah Manwaring had 12 saves for Tioga and Marisa Becken had four saves for Candor.