SV girls post soccer win against Norwich

SV girls post soccer win against Norwich


SV girls post soccer win against Norwich


A goal per half did the trick for Susquehanna Valley’s girls Friday in a 2-0 Southern Tier Athletic Conference soccer victory over visiting Norwich.

Susquehanna Valley outshot the guests by 15-4 and took the lead 17:52 before halftime when Hannah Taylor’s pass deflected off a defender, setting up Torriana Graham’s spot-on chip over the top of the goalkeeper.

Taylor scored unassisted in the second half for the Sabers (3-2).

Vestal 4, Ithaca 0: Vestal earned its sixth straight shutout to remain undefeated this season. The Golden Bears scored 30 goals during that span.

Maddie Beaulieu, Courtney Franz, Aja Holloway and Olivia McKnight netted a goal apiece to shut down Ithaca. The Golden Bears outshot the Little Red 11-2 in the win.

Vestal travels to Horseheads next Thursday.

Elmira 2, Maine-Endwell 0: At Maine-Endwell, Kendra Oldroyd netted both goals to lead the Express. She opened scoring with a goal around the 15-minute mark and added one in the second half, scoring from inside the box on a cross from Abby Seymour.

Seton CC 8, Oneonta 0: It was a one-goal difference at halftime, but Emily Purtell’s goal off Arianna Michitti’s crossing pass early in the second set in motion a flurry of scoring from the visitors. Emma Bough’s three goals headed Seton Catholic Central (3-1).

Candor 4, O-M 1: The first of Angela Martone’s two goals came after she intercepted a pass, attacked and knocked one in 14 seconds into play for the host Indians. Taylor Horton added two goals in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference match.


Oneonta 107, Windsor 69: Black Knights eighth-grader Sydney Christensen set a pair of school records in the loss to visiting Oneonta. Her 2:28.58 in the individual medley bested the standard she established last year, and her 1:15.97 knocked off Casey Mullins’ six-year-old mark.

Watkins Glen 100, Waverly 83: At Waverly, Alexis Castellaneta set a pool record in diving, posting a score of 243.30 for Watkins Glen. Emma Allington won four events, including the 50 freestyle (27.71) and 100 freestyle (1:00.67). She teamed with Peighton Cervoni, Katherine Meehan and Amanda Wilbur to win the 200-yard medley relay (2:06.04) and the 400 freestyle relay (4:17.45).

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Afton 3, Deposit 2: Janelle Volk sent home the decisive goal with 9:36 remaining in the match at Afton, after teammate Renee Bartholomew struck for a pair.

Windsor 6, Walton 0: At Windsor, sisters Hailie and Larissa Balachick scored two goals apiece as the Black Knights shut down Walton. Hailie tallied the first and last goals, while Larissa scored back-to-back goals in the first half.

Windsor improved to a 5-0 record.

Marathon 3, Tioga 0: At Tioga, Giovanna Lisi scored all three goals. The Olympians offered up 18 shots while holding the Tigers without a shot. Tioga goaltender Aly Margets made 15 saves.

Maine-Endwell 10, Seton Catholic Central 0: Five players scored as Maine-Endwell cruised to the road victory. Jillian Green tallied three goals with an assist, while Ginalyn Babcock and Gina Goldstone each had two goals.


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