Owego 4, Norwich 2
NORWICH – Norwich's second-half rally came up short as Owego scored two goals within a three-minute span in Monday's contest.
Norwich trailed by two goals at the break, but drew within a single tally when Michaela Fazio drilled an 18-yard free kick past the Owego keeper.
Norwich tied it with 15 minutes left on defender Megan Mirabito's 40-yard shot. Mirabito pushed up from her normal spot on the field and hit a shot just over the Owego keeper's head.
Three minutes later, Lauren Wilson put the Indians back on top. "I think they caught us a little too excited after we tied the game," said Norwich coach Adam Sprague. "We did make a great comeback, and except for a five-minute span after we tied the game, I felt we really dominated the second half."
Wilson later converted an insurance goal on a penalty kick following a Norwich foul in the penalty box.
Norwich hosts Windsor Wednesday.
(2-0 Owego at half)
Goals-assists: (N) Michaela Fazio, 1-0; Megan Mirabito, 1-0. (O) Annalisa Hart, 1-0; Lauren Wilson, 2-1; Bre Howe, 1-0;
Shots-corners: (N) 7-3. (O) 16-3.
Saves: (N) Kassidy Seary, 12. (O) Madison Lapinsky, 5.
Sherburne-Earlville 3, Frankfort-Schuyler 2
FRANKFORT - Sherburne-Earlville had a much tougher time ousting Frankfort-Schuyler than its first go-around earning a hard-fought road win Monday.
Winners by six goals in the first meeting, Savannah Irwin broke a 1-1 tie scoring with 25 minutes left in the first half, then Molly Karaman tallied eight minutes later with what was the winning goal.
"We had some of our best and worst soccer in this game, and it was frustrating," said S-E coach Kylie Davis. "We got the win, so we just have to move on."
The Marauders' Taylor Coughlin scored the first goal just 1;45 in before F-S tied the game a few minutes later.
S-E hosts Canastota Wednesday at 6 p.m.
(3-2 at half)
Goals-assists: (SE) Taylor Coughlin, 1-0; Morgan Simpson, 0-1; Savannah Irwin, 1-0; Molly Karaman, 1-1. (FS) Simone Palumbo, 1-0; Danielle Migliore, 1-0.
Shots-corners: (SE) 6-4. (FA) 7-1.
Saves: (SE) Shanae Wright, 5. (FS) 3.
Greene 4, Windsor 1
GREENE – Greene is making big strides at the right time of the year.
A week removed from a win over Maine-Endwell and a close, competitive game with Whitney Point, the Trojans powered past a strong Windsor club Monday evening.
Abby Sands scored six minutes into the game, and Gina Lobdell gave Greene a two-goal cushion just three minutes later. "We're getting better, and we have some tough games coming up this week," said Greene coach Sue Carlin of upcoming matchups with Maine-Endwell and Whitney Point. "We have to get better, and those types of games will make you better."