Walton takes luster off Oxford start

Evening Sun Report

Boys’ Soccer

Walton 3, Oxford 1

WALTON – Walton wiped the luster off of Oxford’s opening-game win over Sidney handing the Blackhawks their first loss Wednesday.

Hector Didinado and Brian Backus tallied for the Warriors to raise the lead to 2-0. Oxford’s Cory Seiler pared the lead in half nailing a penalty kick before Cody Tweedy solidified Walton’s win.



“We’re all going to have an off game, I just didn’t expect all of us to have it at the same time,” said Oxford coach Tim Paden. “Walton brings a good offensive line, and they capitalized on our mistakes today.”

Score by half

Oxf. 0 1-1

Wal. 1 2-3

Goals-assists: (W) Hector Didinato, 1-0, Brian Backus, 1-1, Cody Tweedy, 1-0; Blakeshaw, 0-1, Barnes, 0-1. (O) Cory Seiler 1-0. (PK)

Shots-corners: (W) 14-2, (O) 9-7

Saves: (W) Brian Schuppeal, 11, (O) Larry Gill, 9.

S-E 1, Mohawk 0

MOHAWK – Sherburne-Earlville avoided a third straight overtime game winning in the final 68 seconds.

Travis Tomaselli’s second goal this season off a give-and-go from Nolan Fuller lifted the Marauders (1-0-2) past the home team. “My nerves were starting to get a little raw; thank goodness we were able to finish,” said S-E coach Mike Rodriguez.

S-E plays Norwich today at 5 p.m. in Hamilton.


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