Sherburne-Earlville 3, Morrisville-Eaton 1
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville won back-to-back games for the first time this season, and avenged a loss to Morrisville-Eaton Thursday afternoon.
Alec Shedden tied the game for S-E (3-7-1) with 15 minutes left in the first half getting a pass from Carter Cole, and Eric Muth had the go-ahead goal seven minutes later. Muth finished with two goals, his second straight multi-goal game.
The Marauders now have nine goals over the last two games. Head coach Mike Rodriguez says an alignment shakeup is the reason for the improved offense.
“Our offense was sputtering and we just weren’t putting things away,” Rodriguez said. “We’ve made some adjustments, and the offense is starting to click. We’ve also improved the communication and the team chemistry.”
S-E plays at Canastota Monday.
(2-1 at the half)
Goals-assists: (M) Ryan Grabiak, 1-0, Tyler Banker, 0-1. (SE) Alec Shedden, 1-0, Carter Cole, 0-1; Eric Muth, 2-0.
Shots-corners: (M-E) 9-4, (SE) 18-5.
Saves: (ME) Matt Pelton, 6, (SE) Sam Caton, 4.
G-MU 2, Edmeston 0
COPES CORNERS – G-MU came into this week struggling, it ends the week on a three-game unbeaten streak after blanking Tri-Valley League foe Edmeston on Thursday.
Greg Talbot beat the Edmeston defense in the first half netting a shot across the goal at 12:47. Talbot added an insurance goal at 30:14 of the second half.
“We refocused on our goals this season, realized where we were, and the team is pretty committed,” said G-MU coach Mark Luettger. “We knew going into the season that scoring might be a problem. We hit a scoring drought, but we now seem to be getting a couple scores here and there from different people. That’s the way it has to be.”