S-E 5, Canastota 0
CANASTOTA – Sherburne-Earlville’s high-scoring offense caught fire in the second half in a blowout victory at Canastota Tuesday afternoon.
Briana Vibbard’s goal in the first half was the lone tally to find the net for S-E, that despite constant pressure in the Canastota defensive end. “We just had a hard time putting our shots on goal in the first half,” said S-E coach Kylie Davis. “We felt we needed to win this game solidly, and we came out in the second half and dominated.”
Vibbard’s second goal came four minutes into the second half, and it preceded three more goals over the next 15 minutes. Jordan Van Althuis scored on a direct kick, and Emma Karaman added two more goals for S-E (2-2-1), who host Clinton on Monday.
(1-0 at half)
goals-assists: (SE) Emma Karaman, 2-1, Briana Vibbard, 2-0, Jordan Van Althuis, 1-0; Gizem Kocak, 0-1; Sarah Cole, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (SE) 23-9, (C) 0-0.
Saves: (SE) none. (C) 2.
Unadilla Valley 2, B-G 2 (OT)
NEW BERLIN – Bainbridge-Guilford scored with 1:49 left in the second overtime to force a tie with Unadilla Valley Tuesday afternoon.
Megan Smith had two goals for UV, the second with 4:08 remaining in the first overtime. Amber DeGroat tied the game for B-G late in the second extra period.
The Bobcats had just two shots on goal, the first by Gia Cuomo gave the visitors a 1-0 halftime lead. “Things were kind of amiss in the first half,” said UV coach Janelle Ross. “We started to be more aggressive going to the ball in the second half, and that made the difference.”
Regarding the two goals by B-G on the Bobcats’ only two shots: “They were just well-executed plays and shots,” Ross said. “I don’t know a goalie who could have saved them.”