Oxford 3, B-G 0
BAINBRIDGE – Oxford failed to hold a two-goal lead against B-G in the first meeting and settled for one of its four ties. It did no such thing Friday night with a win on the road.
Kilean Maynard scored at 14:49 of the first half, and Scott Seiler added two insurance goals in the second half for Oxford (6-4-4). “in the first half, we’d make a threat and their defense would shut us down,” said Oxford coach Tim Paden. “We played better possession soccer in transition from defense to offense in the second half.”
Larry Gill made eight saves and Seiler two for Oxford’s third shutout this season.
(1-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (O) Kilean Maynard, 1-1, Scott Seiler, 2-0, Andy Hubman, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (O) 14-9, (BG) 13-3.
Saves: (O) Larry Gill, 8, Scott Seiler, 2. (BG) Jarrett Black, 7.
Greene 2, Unatego 0
GREENE – Greene maintained its standing near the top of the Midstate Athletic Conference with a shutout of Unatego Friday.
Mike Porter tallied in the first half for Greene, and Mike Thomas scored unassisted for added insurance in the second.
(1-0 at half)
Goals-assists: Mike Porter, 1-0; Cody Short-Jerdus, 0-1; Mike Thomas, 1-0.
Shots-corners: (G) 13-10, (U) 8-4
Saves: (G) John Flanagan, 6. (U) Andrew Giangrant, 10.
S-E 8, Sauquoit Valley 0
MUNNSVILLE – It was an impressive rebound after a blowout loss to Cooperstown, and it was more impressive considering the Marauders shaded SV by a mere 3-1 count earlier this season.
“We were able to find our finishing touch in this game and put them away early,” said S-E coach Mike Rodriguez.
Travis Tomaselli and Tom Pudney had two goals apiece for the Marauders, who moved out to a 3-0 halftime lead.
(3-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (SE) Travis Tomaselli, 2- Tom Pudney, 2-0, Nolan Fuller, 1-1, Matt mastro, 1-1; Sal Magro, 1-0, Gabe Fowler, 1-0; Sam mcClain, 0-1, Tim Collins, 0-1; Bill Caton, 0-1.
Shots-corners: SV: 6-2, (SE) 27-6.
Saves: (SV) Matt Foster, 8, (SE) Caleb Brown, 2.
Unadilla Valley 5, Sidney 2
SIDNEY – Unadilla Valley never had a win over Sidney in its program history until this season, and Friday night the Storm completed a regular season sweep over the Warriors.
Andy Hayes, Raffi Perry, and Juston Parks all scored goals in the game’s first 20 minutes to establish a huge advantage. “We passed it well and had good opportunities on offense in the first 20 minutes,” said UV coach Matt Osborne. “We took some great shots from outside the 18-yard box, and that is something we weren’t doing well earlier in the year.”