Evening Sun Report
Sherburne-Earlville 4, Richfield Springs 0
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville ended a three-game winless streak to start the season as Nolan Fuller scored for the third straight game and Ken Knickerbocker added two goals.
“Our strength has been to score from the air, and if continue to move the ball from the outside in, we’ll be fine,” said S-E coach Mike Rodriguez. “At this point we need to maintain our consistency.”
Knickerbocker and Fuller share the team lead with four goals apiece. Sal Magro added one goal and one assist in the win, while Hope Brown made 12 saves for her first shutout.
S-E (1-2-1) plays the winner of Hamilton and Morrisville-Eaton Saturday at Hamilton at 5 p.m.
(S-E 2-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (SE) Nolan Fuller, 1-0, Ian Dunshee, 0-1, Sal Magro, 1-1, Ken Knickerbocker, 2-0.
Shots-corners: (SE) 19-5, (R) 12-1
Saves: (SE) Hope Brown, 12. (R) C.J. Sibley, 8.
Oneonta 10, Norwich 0
ONEONTA – Oneonta had three different players finish with multiple goals, and the Yellowjackets racked up 51 shots against a retreating NHS defense Thursday.
Ryan Gracy tallied a hat trick, while John Bellinger and Kyle McCue had a pair of goals. “Oneonta’s record isn’t that good because they have played the tough teams early, but they knew they could take it out on us,” said Norwich coach John McCumiskey. “They have a lot of horses and subbed their entire bench liberally.”