Unadilla Valley 5, Norwich 0
NORWICH – David Schwab began his hat trick against Norwich just two minutes into the game as Unadilla Valley blanked the Purple Tornado Tuesday afternoon.
Schwab scored on a breakaway after getting a through pass from Johnny Schermerhorn. The Schwab-Schermerhorn combo worked again 22 minutes later. C.J. Hayes converted a second-half goal on a one-touch volley after a pass from Shaun Hager. UV goalie Kyle King moved to the field in the second half, and completed the Storm’s scoring with Jared Hanslmaier providing the assist.
King had seven saves and backup keeper Nate Shackelton made one to combine on the shutout.
(UV led 2-0 at the half)
Goals-assists: (UV) Dave Schwab, 3-0; Kyle King, 1-0; C.J. Hayes, 1-0;Johnny Schermerhorn, 0-2; Hared Hanslmaier, 0-1; Shaun Hager, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (UV) 17-2 (N) 8-1
Saves (UV) Kyle King 7, Nate Shackelton 1, (N) Keegan Prime 8.
Oxford 1, Afton 0
OXFORD – Oxford hopped off the winless train picking up a shutout victory over Afton Tuesday afternoon.
Jeff Lawton scored in the game’s opening minutes getting a crossing pass from sophomore Kevin Davis. Oxford had far better scoring opportunities throughout the game, but Afton net-minder Matt Olin made at least three goal-saving stops.
“We knew coming into the game that it would be a tight one, and a good opportunity to get our first win,” said Oxford coach Matt Dorman. “I didn’t know what to expect, and we definitely needed this.”
Oxford visits Walton Friday.
(1-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (O) Jeff Lawton, 1 -0; Kevin Davis, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (A) 7-3. (O) 7-4.
Saves: (A) Matt Olin 6, (O) Jake McConnell, 7.
Richfield Springs 2, G-MU 1
RICHFIELD SPRINGS – Richfield Springs broke a 1-1 tie scoring with five minutes left in the second half to defeat G-MU Monday.
Galen Wind tallied for G-MU 9:41 into the game, and the Raiders finished with a 14-4 advantage in shots on goal.
Greene 4, B-G 0
GREENE – Greene’s all-time leading scorer, Paige Wilcox, had her best performance of the season finishing with three goals and one assist in a shutout of Bainbridge-Guilford Tuesday.
Wilcox had two goals in the first half sandwiched around a tally from Jenelle Milk for the 3-0 halftime advantage. “Today, all of the girls played well and passed well,” said Greene coach Brandy Stone. “It’s starting to come together.”