Tornado offense erupts for six goals

Boys' Soccer

Norwich 6, Oxford 1

OXFORD Led by senior Chris Trevisani's career game, Norwich had its most prolific scoring night in years earning its second win of the season at Oxford Tuesday.

Logan Welch scored early on for Norwich netting his fifth goal of the season. A short while later, Oxford tied the game with its lone goal as Josh Hall fed Kyle Crawford on a through ball for the tying tally.



From there, it was all Trevisani, who had five straight goals, many of which came after a dazzling dribbling exhibition that opened up shooting lanes.

"Norwich has gotten better (from last year), and the biggest difference is that they attack as a unit," said Oxford coach Matt Dorman. "They're a lot more aggressive and they controlled the ball."

Oxford hosts Unadilla Valley Thursday; Norwich hosts Greene Thursday at Perry Browne Elementary School.

Summary

(3-1 at half)

Goals-assists: (N) Logan Welch, 1-0; Chris Trevisani, 5-0. (O Kyle Crawford, 1-0; Josh Hall, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (N) 15-3 (O) 3-1

Saves; (N) Keegan Prime, 2. Adam Brady, 10.

Bainbridge-Guilford 4, Unadilla Valley 1

BAINBRIDGE Bainbridge-Guilford raised its record to 3-0 on the season beating yearly rival UV on Tuesday.

In recent years, the UV-B-G games have gone to the wire for 80 minutes, and often spilled over into overtime. "It was definitely shaping up to be another one of those games, and the final score does not reflect how close the game was," said B-G coach Pete Feltham.


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