Norwich 7, Windsor 0
WINDSOR – Norwich posted its second straight shutout win on Monday, and over the last three matches has outscored its opponents by a combined 20-1 in team points.
The Tornado netters did not surrender a set, and the three doubles teams – Krissy Stroh-Cassie Sutton, Taylor Stroh-Caroline Stewart, and Steph Elder-Emma Cannesta – did not allow more than three games in any set.
Kristi Orioli, Jenni Borfitz, and Breanna Cashman took victories in the top three singles spots, while Makenzie Maynard won by default at fourth singles.
Norwich hosts Maine-Endwell Tuesday and plays Horseheads in the STAC playoffs on Thursday.
Singles: Kristi Orioli (N) d. Cassandra Pinataro, 6-3, 7-6; Jenni Borfitz (N) d. Mia Hayes, 7-5, 6-2; Breanna Cashman (N) d. Ashley Pasternak, 6-3, 6-0; Makenzie Maynard (N) won by default.
Doubles: Cassie Sutton-Krissy Stroh (N) d Victoria Gooden-Rebecca Oilerenshaw, 6-1, 6-3; Taylor Stroh-Caroline Stewart (N) d. Kristalyn House -Kendra Vest, 6-3, 6-3; Steph Elder-Emma Cannestra (N) d. Harley Bennett-Gabriella Catanuto, 6-1, 6-3.
Greene 4, Bainbridge-Guilford 3 (OT)
GREENE - Bainbridge-Guilford threw a mighty scare at Greene Monday afternoon. The Trojans railled from a 3-1 deficit in the second half beating the Bobcats in overtime.
Kurt Bartholomew scored the winner with 5:14 left in overtime after a pass from Karl Zaengle. The win was the ninth straight for Greene (10-1), and head coach Rick Tallman wasn’t sure if his team would make the comeback. “They had a nice game plan and gave us a good test,” Tallman said. “They were in great position to win. They were leading the entire game, luckily we sent it to overtime and were able to put one in.”