UV rallies to tie Oxford

Girls’ Soccer

Unadilla Valley 3, Oxford 3

NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley rallied from a 2-0 halftime deficit, and scored the tying goal with three seconds left in regulation to force a deadlock with Oxford Wednesday night.

UV, leading MAC’s division two, fell behind in the first half after Oxford’s Julie Heggie scored twice. “We weren’t marking as well in the first half and we needed to communicate better,” said UV coach Janelle Ross. “I told (the team) to stay positive and play our game. Once we scored our first goal, you could see everyone pick up the energy.”

Emily Hutchinson had the first goal for UV, and Mackenzie Talbot tied the game. Oxford would regain the lead behind a Haley Witchella goal before Taylor Davis netted the equalizer as time was running out.

UV (7-1-1, 9-3-1) can virtually lock up the MAC Division II title Friday with a win at home against Bainbridge-Guilford.


(2-0 Oxford at half, 3-3 end of regulation)

Goals-assists: (UV) Emily Hutchinson, 1-0; Mackenzie Talbot, 1-0, Taylor Davis, 1-1; Sumi Gysin, 0-1; (O) Julie Heggie, 2-0, Ginny Burdick, 0-1; Haley Witchella, 1-0.

Shots-corners: (UV) 24-6, (Ox) 15-7.

Saves: (UV) Jordan Anderson, 14, (O) Baillie Lamariana, 13.

Boys’ Soccer

Cincinnatus 7, Otselic Valley 0

CINCINNATUS – About four weeks ago, Cincinnatus needed overtime to outlast Otselic Valley. Wednesday, the Red Lions dominated the Vikings from start to finish as Jacob Manley scored twice in the first half leading his club to a 5-0 lead in the opening 40 minutes.

“Our cohesiveness isn’t what we needed it to be, and we were ready tonight to play a team like Cincinnatus,” said OV coach Dave Loomis.

The Vikings (10-3) host George Jr. Republic on Monday.


(5-0 at half)

Goals-assists: (C) Jacob Manley, 2-1; Shondel Wright, 2-1; Jake Stone, 1-0, Nick Constantino, 1-1; Bryant Loomis, 1-0; Joe Peri, 0-2; Cody Warner, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (C) 21-9, (OV) 1-0.

Saves: (C) Dylan Comfort, 5, (Davis, 6, (C) Feehan, 1.

Greene 5, Windsor 0

GREENE – Greene won the consolation game of its own tournament blanking Windsor Wednesday afternoon.

Alex Driscoll scored a pair of goals as did Mikki Brown. The Trojans were able to bounce back quickly 24 hours after suffering their second league loss of the season falling to Unatego Tuesday on the road.

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