Evening Sun Report
Norwich 3, Windsor 0
WINDSOR – Norwich welcomed back midfielder Elisha Eddy, and the junior all-star had three assists to top scorer Sarah Bonnell in the Tornado’s shutout win Wednesday.
Eddy went down with a concussion midway through the second game of the season, and was cleared to play this week. “Our team just draws off (Eddy), and it gives our whole team more confidence,” said Norwich coach Jeremy Bolton.
Bonnell scored all of her goals in the first half to give her seven tallies on the season. The first was a through ball from Eddy four minutes into the game, the second after a cross, and the third was a rebound off an Eddy shot that caromed off the post.
Tatyana Ithier made three saves to notch her first shutout.
(3-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (N) Sarah Bonnell, 3-0; Elisha Eddy, 0-3.
Shots-corners: (N) 17-1, (W) 4-0.
Saves: (N) Tatyana Ithier, 3, (W) Rebecca Griswold, 5.
S-E 3, Canastota 0
CANASTOTA – Brianna Vibbard had a second straight multi-goal game, and Hope Brown added a tally for the Marauders, who won at Canastota Tuesday evening.
“We had better focus in the second half and we created scoring chances galore,” said S-E assistant coach Nigel Seddon.
Caitlynn Adams made six saves for the shutout.
(1-0 at half)
S-E goals-assists: Brianna Vibbard, 2-0, Hope Brown, 1-1, Bridget Irwin, 0-1.
Saves: (SE) Adams, 6.
Otselic Valley 5, Brookfield 0
SOUTH OTSELIC – David Cerasani scored all three of his goals in the first half to lead the Vikings past Brookfield in a shutout win Wednesday.
Cerasani had his first goal about 10 minutes into the game. Dustin Davis and Adam Duell added insurance goals in the second half. “This was probably our best game of the year as far as passing and moving the ball,” said OV coach Dave Loomis. “We got the ball into space where we could do something with it.”
OV (2-1, 3-2) plays at Madison Friday.
(3-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (B) David Cerasani, 3-0, Dustin Davis, 1-2; Adam Duell, 1-0; Troy Rasmussen, 0-1.