Millville blanks Sullivan.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | October 6, 2016 | Photo courtesy The Review

 

Millville blanks SullivanAthens — Shane Colegrove and Jesse Sumner each had one goal and one assist in their 5-1 win over Galeton on Wednesday. Also scoring for Athens were Ethan Lane, Lucas Arnold and Jon Dailey. Aaron Lane, Doug Vosburg and Ilya Dennoyette each finished with one assist.

Joel Griffin scored Galeton's lone goal unassisted in the second half.

With the win the Wildcats remain unbeaten in the NTL, while Galeton is 2 1/2 games back after a pair of losses to the Wildcats and a tie against Williamson.

Athens outshot Galeton 12-6 and held the edge in corners 5-1.

Galeton keeper David Steadman finished with seven saves and Athens' Braeden Priester had five.

Millville 2, Sullivan County 0

Keegan Bower scored twice for Millville in their 2-0 win over Sullivan County on Wednesday.

Millville outshot SC 15-9 and held the edge in corners 7-3.

SC keeper Spencer Gordner finished with 13 saves.

"Spencer had two really nice saves to keep us in the game," SC coach Chris Koschak said.

Wellsboro 10, Troy 2

Josiah Hill scored a hat trick and one assist and Tanner Runyan scored a hat trick and three assists in Wellsboro's 10-2 win over Troy on Wednesday.

Brett Rudy added two goals and Jacob Singer and Alex Freeman also had one goal. Gabe Leach finished with four assists and Devin Webster added one assist.

Seldon Rogers scored both of Troy's goals for the day.

Wellsboro outshot Troy 26-7 and held the edge in corners 6-3.

Wellsboro keeper Casey Hoover finished with five saves and Troy's Josh Nowacowski also finished with five saves.

"I'm very happy with the boys tonight," Wellsboro coach John Shaffer said. "I challenged them to keep the same level of intensity that they had against Athens. They came out on fire. The first 20 minutes was some of the best soccer I've seen them put together."

Girls

Waverly 3, Newark Valley 0

In the first half, Melina Ortiz assisted Kayla Kromelbein for Waverly's first goal at the 33rd minute. Just six minutes later Sadie VanAllen connected with Cassy Bowman for their second goal.

In the second half, Ortiz and Kromelbein teamed up for a second time to put Waverly up 3-0.

Waverly outshot NV 9-4 and held the edge in corners 3-0.

Waverly's Zoe Mennig finished with nine saves.

"We were off to a great start this game but weren't able to maintain the intensity," Waverly coach Tara Hogan said. "We had a slight problem with adjusting to a smaller field and it showed. Our possession wasn't what it should have been. Kayla had two amazing goals today. Her placement was impeccable. Cassy Bowman had a great assist from Sadie and placed a great shot above the goalie. We should have had more opportunities but we couldn't find our rhythm. As usual, our defense did an awesome job in working together to help move the ball upfield. We had the opportunity to try some new players in different positions. So many girls on this team are incredibly versatile. We are looking forward to our next game on Friday away against Watkins Glen."

Notre Dame 9, Watkins Glen 0

Laurel Vargas scored a hat trick to lead Notre Dame to their 9-0 win over Watkins Glen on Wednesday. Camille VanDerMeer scored one goal and one assist and Maura Glovins, Mackenzie Webster, Jillian Perrault, Taylor Gray and Sarah Watts each scored one goal. Maddy Kravitz and Jacqui Chen each had one assist.

Notre Dame outshot WG 24-4 and held the edge in corners 4-0.

ND keeper Mackenzie Maloney finished with four saves.