Greene 5, Walton 0
GREENE – Andrea Day, who has served more as a playmaker the first four games, had her breakout game this season scoring three times for the Trojans in a shutout over Walton Tuesday.
Day had the final goal of a 3-0 first half, and tallied twice in the second half. “We played pretty well, but I thought Walton was good and their tackling was very skilled,” said Greene coach Sue Carlin. “They’re a young team that lost a lost of good seniors, and they’re reloading.”
Greene (5-0), who has blanked all five opponents, scored 2:50 into the game when Abbey Wentlent banged home a shot off a penalty corner pass from Brandee Schoonmaker. Schoonmaker upped the lead to two just five minutes later, this time Jahna Driscoll played the role of set-up person.
The Trojans are at Vestal on Thursday and travel to Afton Saturday.
(3-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (G) Abbey Wentlent, 1-1, Brandee Schoonmaker, 1-1, Andrea Day, 3-0, Jahna Driscoll, 0-2, Emily Conroe, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (G) 22-16, (W) 2-3.
Saves: (G) Devyn Staley, 1. (W) Tamara McDonald, 15.
Afton 8, Oxford 2
OXFORD – Isa Marie Ramos, Holly Andrews, and Breanna Felden all scored two goals for the Crimson Knights in a victory over Oxford Tuesday.
Lacey Barry scored each of the Blackhawks’ goals.
Goals: (A) Isa Marie Ramos, 2, Holly Andrews, 2, Breanna Felden, 2, Jessie Bullis, 1, Sierra Palmatier, 1; (O) Lacey Barry 2.
Shots-corners: (O) 4-2, (A) 21-18.
Saves: (O) Kersten Towndrow, 9, (A) Nicole Golden, 2.
Sidney 3, Vestal 2
SIDNEY – Mary Gasper scored the winning goal for Sidney with 53 seconds left in the second overtime to give her team a victory over Vestal Tuesday.
Ashlee Burghardt and Emily Preisendanz also had goals for Sidney (4-2), who host Walton on Friday.
(2-2 end of regulation, Sidney scores in second OT)
Goals-assists: (S) Mary Gasper, 1-0, Ashlee Burghardt, 1-0, Emily Preisendanz, 1-0, (V) Melia Wakeman, 1-0, Lyndsay Delello, 1-0, Chyna Simonds, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (S) 13-11, (V) 18-3.
Saves: (S) Brooke Ramage, 11, (V) Anna Hancock, 10.
Unadilla Valley 1, Sidney 0
NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley coach, Ryan Houck, said it was nice to see the good play by his team reflected on the scoreboard.
The Storm won for the first time this season scoring the game’s lone tally just 7:20 into the second half. Nate Mackey hit a long pass to Brett Smith, who reached the ball at the 18-yard box, and scored with a shot into the near post.
Kyle King, UV’s eighth-grade keeper, picked up the shutout win. King stopped a Hunter Sowersby breakaway in the first half, and added a diving save off a hard shot from the Warriors’ Tanner Genung.