G-MU 1, Edmeston 1 (OT)
COPES CORNER – G-MU played to its third tie this season when Edmeston’s Chris Simmons netted the tying goal at 26:06 of the second half.
G-MU gained the first-half advantage on Corin Todd’s unassisted goal. “It was sloppy (outside), but I thought we had some good passing plays and some good chances,” said G-MU coach Mark Luettger. “One was a very good chance that we finished. Another, was an excellent chance that we didn’t finish. It happens.”
The Raiders (6-2-3) play at Franklin today.
(1-0 GMU at half)
Goals-assists: (G) Corin Todd, 1-0, (E) Chris Simmons, 1-0.
Shots-corners: (G) 15-5; (E) 9-7.
Saves: (G) Andrew Delmar, 6, (E) Justin Kucera, 11.
Bainbridge-Guilford 4, Unadilla Valley 2
NEW BERLIN – Bainbridge-Guilford rallied from a halftime deficit scoring three unanswered goals to defeat the Storm on Tuesday.
Brooks Harmon, who sat out the first half, came on to score all three second-half goals for the hat trick to lead B-G. Harmon scored on a free kick to tie the game at 2-2, that scored on a breakaway for the go-ahead tally. He finished his hat trick with an impressive display of dribbling beating two UV defenders before netting his shot. “It was a rough, wet game with little finesse,” said UV coach Ryan Houck. “The conditions turned (the game) into a slobberknocker. B-G got us on the ropes, and took advantage.”
UV took the lead in the first half getting a goal from Sean Smith and a follow-up tally from Nathan Shackelton.
Kyle King made 11 saves for the Storm, and Zach Falciani had nine keeper saves for B-G.
Hamilton 6, S-E 0
SHERBURNE – Much like the first meeting between these two clubs, Hamilton scored early and often en route to a shutout win Tuesday.