Oxford 4, Sidney 3 (OT)
SIDNEY – Oxford pulled off its second straight big road victory in a week’s time rallying for two goals down early in the second half to defeat the Warriors Saturday.
Kelli Whitehill scored twice for the Blackhawks, and had the game winner with 2:26 remaining in the second overtime period. Whitehill took a crossing pass from Kim Shackelton, and deposited her shot into the left corner of the goal.
Ginny Burdick and Kalah Parks had second-half goals for Oxford, who blanked previously-unbeaten Walton on the road earlier this past week.
(1-0 Sidney at half, 3-3 end of regulation, Oxford scored in 2nd OT)
Goals-assists: (O) Kelli Whitehill, 2-0; Ginny Burdick, 1-0; Kalah Parks, 1-0; Kim Shackelton, 0-1. (S) Dani Gravel, 1-1; Taylor George, 1-0; Stephanie Morrow, 1-0.
Shots-corners: (O) 13-5, (S) 10-1.
Saves: (O) Misty Golden, 6; (S) Alexa Sundal, 6.
B-G 2, Greene 1
BAINBRIDGE – Bainbridge-Guilford won for the first time this season getting a big game from keeper Caiti Anderson, and goals from Alyssa Falciani and Lauren Porter.
Anderson made 12 saves, 10 of those off the feet of Greene senior Liz Wentlent. Wentlent had Greene’s lone tally scoring on a penalty kick in the second half.
“Anderson was outstanding in goal for us,” said B-G coach George Williams. “It was a good game for Caiti and the team, and nice to get our first win.”
(1-0 B-G at half)
Goals-assists: (BG) Alyssa Falciani, 1-0; Lauren Porter, 1-1; Tasha Gould, 0-1, (G) Liz Wentlent, 1-0 (PK).
Shots-corners: (BG) 7-5, (G) 16-0.
Saves: (G) Emily Pierce, 3, (BG) Caiti Anderson, 12.
G-MU 3, Franklin 0
COPES CORNERS – G-MU won back-to-back games for the first time in at least three years, and won for the third time this season picking up the offense in the second half.
Just like its win over Laurens earlier in the week, the Raiders scored three times over the second 40 minutes.
Franklin dominated the shots, especially in the first half, but came up empty against G-MU keeper Logan Eltz.
Calli Hill scored 3:02 into the second half, and Kirsten Gonzalez tacked on two insurance goals in the final 16 minutes.
Eltz had a season-best 23 saves.
The Raiders host Worcester on Tuesday.
(0-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (G) Kirsten Gonzalez, 2-0; Calli Hill, 1-0; Calli Murphy, 0-1.