Bainbridge-Guilford 2, Oxford 1
BAINBRIDGE – B-G’s Adam Bauerle tucked in the winning goal with two minutes remaining to give the Bobcats the victory over Oxford Friday.
Bauerle was on the spot after a missed shot rebounded from the top of the crossbar to his waiting feet. “It was well played and evenly matched between two old rivals,” said Oxford coach Jim Champlin. “There was a lot of sportsmanship and respect between the two teams, but no lack of energy and passion. It was an exciting game to watch.”
Brooks Harmon scored early in the second half to put B-G (5-6) in the lead. Jake McConnell tied the game for Oxford following a deflected shot by teammate Chris Marks.
(0-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (O) Jake McConnell, 1-0, Chrsi Marks, 0-1; (BG) Brooks Harmon, 1-1; Adam Bauerle, 1-1
Shots-corners: (O) 13-3 (BG) 16-8
Saves: (O) Branden McConnell, 12, (BG) Brandt McCall 6.
Sherburne-Earlville 2, Canastota 1
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville responded to an unfortunate bounce in the first half with its own stroke of good fortune in the second half.
S-E’s Bryan Palmer took a pass from Cody Hill, and his shot deflected off a Canastota player into the net for the game-winner.
Canastota knotted the game in the first half in similar fashion when Jared Gibson-Faber’s shot richocheted off an S-E defender. The Marauders (7-3-1) took the early lead on a Trevor Bays goal.
(1-1 at half)
Goals-assists: (C) Jared Gibson-Faber, 1-0; (SE) Trevor Bays, 1-0, Bryan Palmer, 1-0, Cody Hill, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (C) 7-3. (SE) 9-4.
Saves: (C) Brandon Lawrence, 4, (SE) Sam Caton, 3.
Greene 6, Whitney Point 1
Windsor 1, Greene 0
GREENE – Greene salvaged a third-place finish in its own tournament blowing out Whitney Point in the consolation game Saturday afternoon.
Luke Day and Corey Dietrich had two goals apiece for the Trojans, who led 3-0 at halftime over the Golden Eagles. Kurt Bartholomew and Alex Driscoll added tallies in the win. Alex Leone had a career-best four assists.
Friday, Windsor, despite being outshot 16-4, made good on the game’s only goal to advance to the final. Noah Jones knocked in a direct kick with 58 seconds left in the first half to give the Black Knights the edge.