G-MU 1, Bainbridge-Guilford 0 (Finals)
Unadilla Valley 4, Walton 3 (Consolation finals)
NEW BERLIN - G-MU recorded a pair of shutout victories, the latter win over B-G in the championship game of the New York Pizzeria Tournament Saturday at Unadilla Valley High School.
After a scoreless first half and nearly a scoreless second half with the Bobcats, G-MU broke the ice with 3:20 left in regulation. Tournament MVP Makenzie Talbot beat a B-G defender to the right corner, and hit a crossing pass to Autumn Butler, who tapped it into the net. Following the go-ahead goal, the Raiders’ defense clamped down to not allow B-G a shot the rest of the way.
“These girls played with so much heart and everyone on the field did their part and so much more,” said G-MU coach Tina Cole. “It was a great win for them.”
Unadilla Valley rebounded from a first-round loss to Bainbridge-Guilford to beat Walton 4-3 in the consolation game. With the contest tied and headed toward overtime, Taylor Davis scored with 10 seconds left off a cross from Hunter Lakin.
Davis had two goals in the game, while Lakin and Sierra Badger added goals.
Friday, Tayler Nichols had two first-half goals for the Raiders to fuel the offensive attack, and Talbot added an insurance goal in the second half in a 3-0 victory over Walton. Talbot and Elaina Palada were also credited with assists.
G-MU 1, B-G 0
(0-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (G) Autumn Butler, 1-0, Makenzie Talbot, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (G) 19-0. (BG) 24-5.
Saves: (G) Katie Schultes 16. (BG) Megan Ferrara 14.
Unadilla Valley 4, Walton 3
Goals-assists: (UV) Taylor Davis 2-0, Sierra Badger, 1-0; Hunter Lakin, 1-2. (W) Katie McGuire, 2-0; Heather Ogden, 1-0.
Shots-corners: (UV) 37-6, (W) 14-4.
Saves: (UV) Abby Oglesby 7, (W) Janine Velardi, 18.
All-tournament team: Taylor Davis UV, Corrine Izard UV, Kimi Kehr Walton, Becca Cetta, Walton, Abbey Smith, B-G, Taylor Palmatier, B-G, Marissa Thornton, B-G, Megan Ferrara, B-G, Jenna Bakhuizen, G-MU, Kelsey Ross, G-MU, Katie Schultes G-MU, Mackenzie Talbot, G-MU (MVP).
Norwich 3, Chenango Valley 3
FENTON - Norwich overcame a pair of second-half deficits to force a tie with Chenango Valley Friday afternoon.