Porter Records Hat Trick In Bobcats Win Over Afton/Harpursville; Norwich Suffers Back-to-back Losses
Published: September 12th, 2018
By: Meagan Schulz

Porter records hat trick in Bobcats win over Afton/Harpursville; Norwich suffers back-to-back losses

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BAINBRIDGE – Bainbridge-Guilford went on to defeat Afton/Harpursville 7-0 Tuesday. The Bobcats didn’t waste anytime as they scored their first goal within the first two minutes of the game. 

B-G’s first goal came when Ryan Porter received a pass from Parker Luca. A minute later, Luca helped himself by scoring on a hustle play, putting the Bobcats up 2-0.

Porter picked up a hat trick by scoring two more times in the half. His seventh grade teammate Easton Porter added his first varsity goal to give the Bobcats a 5-0 score at halftime.

Devon Scherhaufer and Ryan Cooper each scored in the second half for the final of 7-0.

Riley Livermore of Afton/Harpursville stopped 10 B-G shots in the goal for the visiting team.

Bobcats’ keeper Zach Graham recorded his first shutout of the season.

Bainbridge-Guilford travels to Greene Thursday for a game at 5 p.m. while Afton/Harpursville will host Unadilla Valley Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Bainbridge 7, Afton/Harpursville 0

(5-0 at half)

Goals-Assists: (B-G) Ryan Porter 3-0, Parker Luca 1-1, Easton Porter 1-0, Devon Scherhaufer 1-0, Ryan Cooper 1-0; (A/H) None.

Shots-Corners: (B-G) 16-8; (A/H) 2-0

Saves: (B-G) Zach Graham 2; (A/H) Riley Livermore 10.

Greene 3, Unadilla Valley 0

GREENE – The Trojans’ improved to 5-1 on the season after taking down MAC conference foe Unadilla Valley 3-0 Tuesday afternoon.

Greene’s Brad Taft, Spencer Klumpp and Scout McCumiskey added to their season scoring total as each Trojan scored unassisted in the game against the Storm. Greene outshot the UV 15-2 over the course of the 80 minute game.

The Storm’s Brandon Kneale held tough in the goal, stopping 12 shots.

The Trojans’ only loss this season comes from Athens, a team from Pennsylvania. They will host the Bainbridge-Guilford Bobcats on Thursday at 5 p.m. Unadilla Valley is on the road Friday when they visit Afton/Harpursville. Game time is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.

Greene 3, Unadilla Valley 0

(1-0 at half)

Goals-Assists: (G) Bradley Taft 1-0, Spencer Klumpp 1-0, Scout McCumiskey 1-0; (UV) None.

Shots-Corners: (G) 15-5; (UV) 2-2

Saves: (G) Kevin Gyurik 2; (UV) Brandon Kneale 12.

Oneonta 4, Norwich 1

NORWICH – Norwich fell victim to the undefeated Oneonta Yellowjackets 4-1 Tuesday afternoon.

The Tornado’s only goal came in the second half from senior Mujuni Mutabiilwa on an assist from his senior teammate Gabe Gawronski.

In the first half, Oneonta saw goals from four different players. The Yellowjackets Kyle Rowe, Matt Shultz, Lance Maben and Alex Bitterman each finished with a goal while Bitterman, Dylan Davi and EJ Kavrazonis recorded assists.

Saturday, Norwich traveled to Chenango Valley for a game that was rescheduled from the first week of the season.

The Warriors tacked on three goals within the first 10 minutes of the first half.

The rest of the game was held scoreless by both teams, handing Norwich their third loss of the season.

Dakota Franklin, the Tornado goalkeeper stopped 10 shots taken by Chenango Valley.

Norwich (2-4) will host their next three opponents starting with Delhi for a non-league game at Perry Browne Intermediate school at 4:30 p.m. Friday afternoon. The following day, they will face Seton Catholic at 4 p.m. on the high school turf field.

Oneonta 4, Norwich 1


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