Taylor Bennett scored five goals, giving her 11 over the past two days, and Dryden improved to 4-0 with an 8-0 shutout of Moravia in Interscholastic Athletic Conference girls’ soccer action on Tuesday.
Abigail Barr added two goals and Amy Gardner had one for the Purple Lions, who beat Union Springs/Port Byron, 9-1, on Monday led by Bennett’s six goals. Ashley Tenkate, Brittany Deeley and Amy DeGaetano had assists Tuesday for Dryden, which outshot Moravia, 23-4, and had all four of the game’s corner kicks.
Dryden will travel to Marcellus for non league match Thursday before returning home Monday to face Trumansburg in a league match.
IAC boys soccer
Dryden 3, Trumansburg 0: In the first round of the GLM Tournament at Watkins Glen, Michael Harvey scored two minutes into the game and added an insurance marker in the final minutes as Dryden earned a berth in the tournament final.
Dryden will meet the winner of Tuesday’s late game, between Watkins Glen and Elmira Notre Dame, at 7 p.m. Friday. T-burg will face the loser at 5.
John Whitmore also scored for Dryden, which outshot T-burg, 14-9. Haile Cutterr made nine saves to earn the shutout, while Wes Regnier had eight saves for the Blue Raiders.
Dryden 12, Moravia 3: On Monday at Moravia, John Whitmore scored four goals and assisted on two others as the Purple Lions improved to 3-0 by routing the host Blue Devils.
Mike Harvey and Padraic Ianello had two goals apiece for the Lions, who led 6-1 at halftime. Walter Vasquez and Jacob Czapranski both had a goal and an assist, and Jonathan Becker and Pericles Hayes also scored. Haile Cutter and Ryan Harding combined for seven saves in goal.
For Moravia, Brad Dewitt had two goals, Dustin Eschleman had one and Andy Manning made 11 saves.
Newfield 3, Odessa-Montour 2: At Odessa, the Trojans defeated the host Indians by scores of 25-21, 25-21, 13-25, 21-25 and 25-18. Emily Hatch had seven aces, a kill, a dig and nine service points to lead the winners (1-2), while Keondra Malone led the offense with three kills.
For O-M (0-3), Trisha Williams had six aces, five digs and nine service points and Alexis Skinner led the team with 12 service points. Newfield’s JV’s also won, 2-1.
Tioga 3, Candor 0: At Tioga, the Tigers swept the Indians, 25-7, 25-15 and 25-9, with Bry Godfrey leading the way with seven kills and four digs. Donette Hutchinson had three kills, 10 digs and four service points.
Brittni Swansbrough had two kills and four service points for Candor (1-2). Tioga also won the JV match, 2-0.
Edison 3, Newark Valley 0: At Newark Valley, Edison remained undefeated by sweeping the Cardinals, 25-7, 25-6 and 25-13. Molleigh Malanoski led the winners with four kills and 11 assists, while Katelyn Warren and Michelle Woychak both collected 14 service points.
Sami Short had a kill and six digs for Newark Valley (0-2). Edison won the JV match, 2-0.
Waverly 3, S-VE 0: At Waverly, the host Wolverines swept the Panthers, 25-16, 25-21 and 25-21. Jordan Raupers had six kills, 12 assists, five aces and six digs for Waverly (2-0), while Erin Fagan chipped in six kills, five aces, four digs and four blocks.
Taylor Returi had six kills and two blocks for S-VE (2-1), while Mina Cobb added five kills and Brittany Swartout had nine points. Waverly won the JV match, 2-0.
Boys cross country
Marathon dual meet: On Tuesday at Marathon, Trumansburg came away with dual-meet victories against the host Olympians as well as Lansing and Tioga.
Dylan Brickner of Marathon was the overall winner, with Alex Kenney, Will Westlake and Ben Pesco taking the next three spots to lead the Blue Raiders, who travel to Chenango Valley High this Saturday for the McDaniel-Baxter Invitational.