Johnson City 2, Norwich 0
JOHNSON CITY – Anthony Kadylak scored with 13:18 left in the first half, and teammate Kyle Kocam added an insurance tally with 55 seconds left in the first period to give the Wildcats a cushion at halftime.
Norwich limited JC to just one shot in the second half, and controlled play most of the final 40 minutes, said Norwich coach John McCumiskey. “It was a tale of two halves, unfortunately we couldn’t put the ball in the goal,” the Norwich mentor said.
(2-0 at half)
Goals-assists: Antonio Kadylak, 1-0, Kyle Kocam, 1-0.
Shots-corners: (JC) 9-3, (N) 2-1.
Saves: (JC) 2, (N) 7.
JV: Norwich won, 1-0.
Walton 7, Afton 1
AFTON – Brennan Chambers and Gary Kinne had two goals apiece for the Warriors, who upended an Afton team looking for its second win this season.
Richard Parsons scored in the second half for the Crimson Knights (1-7).
(4-0 at half)
Goals-assists: ((W) Matt Bartlett 1-0, Gary Kinne 2-1, Collin Schick 1-0, Tyler Magnis 1-1, Brennan Chambers 2-1. (A) Richard Parsons 1-0, Nate Cutting 0-1.
Shots-cornerkicks: W) 24-10; A) 2-2.
Saves: Peter Adams (W) and Dalton Walley (W) 1; Adam Rupakus (A) 17.
Unatego 2, B-G 1
BAINBRIDGE – Friday night, Unatego’s Troy White broke a 1-1 tie in the second half scoring from 20 yards out.
B-G exchange student Lennart Seidel scored unassisted in the second half to tie the game up.
The Bobcats play Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. at winless Unadilla Valley.
(1-0 Unatego at half)
Goals-assists: (U) Austin Giangrant 1-0, Troy White 1-0. (BG) Lennart Seidel 1-0.
Shots-corner kicks: (U) 17-7; (BG) 13-4.
Saves: Alex White (U) 8; Dylan Whaley (B) 5, Ben Newman (B) 5.
Seward Institute 4, Greene 2
GREENE – Playing a non-league matchup against soccer powerhouse Seward Institute, the Trojans dropped their first game of the season on Saturday.
Eli Marks and Alex Driscoll had unassisted goals for the Trojans, who were tied (2-2) at halftime with the visiting club.
(2-2 at half)
Goals-assists: (G) Eli Marks, 1-0, Alex Driscoll, 1-0; Ryan Chevrier, 2-1, Taylor Steele, 1-1; Brian MCAter, 1-1; Tom O’Daniels, 0-1.