Evening Sun Report
Unadilla Valley 4, Delhi 1
NEW BERLIN – Balanced scoring continues to be Unadilla Valley’s calling card as four different players scored for the Storm in a win over Delhi Tuesday.
Sarah Hutchinson had the Storm’s opening goal, while Sakura Gysin and Jessica Lorence made it 3-0 in the second half before Delhi put its lone tally on the board. Jenna Rudnitsky added insurance for UV, who host their New York Pizzeria Tournament this weekend.
“Our passing looked better today and it’s a good game for us entering the weekend,” said UV coach Chris Bieniek, who added that eight different UV players have scored goals this season.
The Storm face G-MU Friday night at 7 p.m.
(1-0 UV at half)
Goals-assists: Courtney Rosa, 1-0, (UV) Sarah Hutchinson, 1-1, Amanda Peek, 0-1, Sakura Gysin, 1-0, Jessica Lorence, 1-0, Jenna Rudnitsky, 1-0.
Saves: (D) K. Salerno, 3, Hadley, 2, (UV) Emily Sugar, 3.
Shots-corners; (D) 6-1, (UV) 11-6.
Greene 2, B-G 1 (OT)
GREENE – Coming off a Sherburne-Earlville Tournament victory last weekend, Greene eked out an overtime win over Bainbridge-Guilford Tuesday to improve to 4-0.
Jesse Bates took a rebound off teammate April Small’s shot, and scored at 3:58 of the first overtime for the game-winner. “We didn’t play with as much effort in the first half; it was a flat performance coming off the Sherburne-Earlville Tournament,” said Greene coach Randy Smith.
Christina Butcher had B-G’s goal in the first half, and Megan McDermott provided the equalizer for the Trojans to knot the game up at halftime.
Greene earned wins over McGraw (2-1) and Mohawk Valley (2-1) for the title last weekend. “That was a big tournament win for us,” Smith said. “McGraw is a Class D state semifinalist from last year, and Mohawk Valley is a very good team. Those were quality wins over two tough non-league teams.”
The Trojans host Unatego Monday.
(1-0 B-G at half, 1-1 end of regulation, Greene scored in first OT)