Michael Harvey scored twice and Haile Cutter stopped seven shots to lead the undefeated Dryden boys’ soccer team past Elmira Notre Dame, 2-1, in the championship game of the GLM Memorial Tournament Friday night at Watkins Glen.
Harvey scored a goal in each half to lead the Purple Lions (5-0), who advanced to the tournament final by beating Trumansburg, 3-0, last Monday in the opening round. Ross Cole had an assist for the winners.
Notre Dame (3-1) got a goal from Li Molingou, assisted by Alec Cutler. The Crusaders outshot Dryden, 12-4, and had a 6-5 edge in corner kicks.
Dryden host Union Springs on Tuesday.
Trumansburg 3, Watkins Glen 1: At Watkins Glen, Mitchell Swartwood scored two goals off headers, including the game-winner 10 minutes into the second half, and the Blue Raiders (5-1) defeated the host Senecas in the GLM Tournament third-place game.
Abreham Kittel also scored a goal and asisst for Trumansburg, which had a 27-8 edge in shots and an 11-1 advantage in corners. Aidan Coon and Kyle Carr had assists for the Raiders.
Luke Flahive had the goal for Watkins Glen, evening the score at 1 with four minutes left in the first half.
Wes Regnier made seven saves for Trumansburg, while Tony Keough made 17 for the Glen. The Blue Raiders play host to Whitney Point on Tuesday, while the Senecas welcome Waverly.
Ithaca 1, Maine-Endwell 0: On Saturday at Maine-Endwell, Pierre Clavel scored with 14 seconds left in the first half to lift the Little Red to its third consecutive victory.
Luc Sinon assisted on the goal, while keeper Geoff Twardokus had seven saves to earn the shutout.
Ithaca (3-2) hosts Horseheads at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Moresco Stadium.
Owego Invitational: On Saturday at Owego Free Academy, the Little Red won the 400 freestyle relay and had three other individual champions.
The 400 free relay of Annika Browning, Cecile Browning, Indie Stratton and Hannan Bollinger posted a time of 3 minutes, 40.81 seconds. Bollinger won the 50 freestyle in 24.67 seconds, Stratton won the 500 free in 5:12.58, and Ayla Bonniwell finished first in diving with a score of 471.50 for the Little Red.
Ithaca’s 200 free relay (same as the 400 relay) took second in 1:42.51. Browning was second in the 200 free (1:58.25) and third in the 100 free (55.83); Rebel Todhunter placed second in the 100 butterfly (1:01.52), Annika Browning was second in the 500 free (5:28.02) and Bollinger was second in the 100 backstroke (58.82).
Ithaca hosts Vestal at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in a STAC dual meet.
Chittenango Invitational: On Saturday at Jamesville Beach, Ithaca’s boys and girls both turned in top-three finishes in their season-opening meet.
The boys placed second with 69 points, 11 points behind champions Rochester McQuaid. Junior Dan Dracup led the Little Red, finishing the 5-kilometer (3.1-mile) course in 16 minutes, 40 seconds, good for second overall. Dracup was followed by sophomore Hunter Hartshorne (15th, 17:29.4), junior Lucas Canales (16th, 17:29.8), junior Niall Hodges (17th, 17:43) and senior Connor Simpson (19th, 17:49).
The girls finished third, 29 points behind first-place Liverpool, but had the race winner in junior Lauren Trumble, who posted a 5K time of 19:21. Sophomore Sylvia Frank was seventh in 20:08, and was followed by eighth-grader Zoe Tomasik (58th, 21:46), senior Taylor Mangino (68th, 22:09) and sophomore Amanda Pfaff (74th, 22:18).
Ithaca travels to the Baldwinsville Invitational Saturday.
McDaniel Baxter Invitational: At Chenango Valley High, Trumansburg’s boys placed 14th overall and sixth among small schools in the 20-team meet.
The Blue Raiders were led by Alex Kenney, who finished 30th, and Will Westlake, who was 64th.
Trumansburg’s JV team placed 12th overall, fourth among small schools, and was led by Oliver Sugarman, who was 33rd.
The Blue Raiders host Watkins Glen, Southern Cayuga and Thomas A. Edison on Senior Night at 5 p.m. Tuesday, then travel to the Baldwinsville Invitational on Saturday.