FRANKLIN - Last night the Bainbridge-Guilford boys' varsity soccer team traveled to Franklin in a game that would end in a 1-1 tie.
In the first half it was B-G's Trevor Holoquist snuck a shot past the Franklin defense and in for the game's first goal. Holoquist was fed the pass by team mate Dan Norris and scored the lone goal for his team.
The second half saw Franklin's Logan Young tie up the game with an unassisted goal of his own. The game would end with neither team scoring again and finish with a tie.
B-G plays again today on the road when they travel to Delhi.
Individual statistics: B-G; Trevor Holoquist, 1 goal, 2 saves. Dan Norris, 1 assist. Shawn Jones, 3 saves. Franklin; Logan Young, 1 goal. Turner Thies, 7 saves.
Team statistics: B-G; goals, 1. Assists, 1. Shots, 11. Corner kicks, 2. Saves, 5. Franklin; goals, 1. Assists, 0. Shots, 10. Corner kicks, 8. Saves, 7.
GREENE - Hosting Unadilla Valley, the Greene girls' varsity soccer team would lose the match 3-0 yesterday, September, 28.
In the first half UV's Julia Oglesby scored with 18:18 left in the half to put her team up 1-0. Just a few minutes later it was UV's Hunter Lakin who scored her team's second goal of the game.
Greene's offense just couldn't find its groove last night, only registering two shots at the Storm's goal. With 8:30 left in the game, UV's Lakin scored her second goal of the game and gave the game its final score of 3-0.
Individual statistics: Unadilla Valley; Hunter Lakin, 2 goals. Julia Oglesby, 1 goal. Abbie Oglesby, 2 saves. Greene; Lucinda Lee, 5 saves.
Team statistics: Unadilla Valley; goals, 3. Shots, 8. Corner kicks, 1. Saves, 2. Greene; goals, 0. Shots, 2. Corner kicks, 5. Saves, 5.
OXFORD - In a home game the Oxford girls' varsity soccer team hosted Bainbridge-Guilford. After two halves of play, B-G would go on to win the game 3-0.
This was a game in which the B-G offense dominated. The Bobcat women tallied 31 shots over the two halves, in addition to their three goals. Dana Cordes, Rielly Smith, and Cassidy Grahm all scored for the machine that was Bainbridge-Guilford's offense.
For Oxford, goal keeper Rachel Seiler came up big with 20 saves, each more impressive than the last. Seiler has been one of the more consistent players for the Blackhawks this season.
Bainbridge-Guilford will play again tomorrow, September 30, traveling to Unadilla Valley; while Oxford gets to rest and play again Friday, October 2 home against Greene.