EAST HERKIMER, N.Y. — One goal midway through the second half broke a tie and another late sealed a 3-1 win for Herkimer’s Magicians Thursday against the West Canada Valley Indians.
Tied at 1 at halftime, Herkimer (3-1-1) took the lead back on Caitlyn Roorda’s header off a Maddie Renshaw corner kick in the 54th minute of play. The game remained close until a handball call set Renshaw up for a penalty kick with eight seconds left on the clock.
West Canada Valley (1-5-0) outshot Herkimer and had chances to tie the score after falling behind 2-1. Alexys Bolton took a shot at the upper corner with 19 minutes remaining and put the ball in the outside of the net.
Herkimer had scored first in the first half when Lindsey Parese put a shot home on a bounce. The score remained 1-0 until Taylor Zaino scored for the Indians with 1:35 left in the first half.
Chelsea Jory made eight saves for the Magicians while Olivia Bolton had four for the Indians.
Herkimer heads to Mohawk Saturday for a match against Central Valley Academy. West Canada Valley’s next match is Monday at Fort Plain.
LITTLE FALLS 11, DOLGEVILLE 0
LITTLE FALLS, N.Y. — Four Little Falls Mounties scored multiple goals in Thursday’s 11-0 win over Dolgeville.
Cheyenne Rivenburg made eight saves for the Mounties who are off to a 6-0-0 start with five shutouts. The Little Falls defense has yielded two goals in six matches.
Freshman Maria Morotti had three goals and three assists Thursday while senior Sarah Bruins also scored three goals. Nicole Foti had two goals and two assists, Katelyn Parese scored two goals and Kelli Shepardson had a goal. Laura Krowicki, Caira Miles and Lauren Bennett each contributed an assist for Little Falls which led 7-0 at halftime.
Morgan Randall made 10 saves for Dolgeville (1-4-1).
Little Falls has a match Saturday against Morrisville-Eaton which has been switched to be played at home with a noon start. Dolgeville’s next match is Tuesday in Cooperstown.
CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 5, SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE 1
MOHAWK, N.Y. — Teigha Ward scored three goals for Central Valley Academy Thursday in the undefeated Thunder’s 5-1 win over Sherburne-Earlville’s Marauders.
Nicole Wren had a goal and an assist for the Thunder (3-0-0), Rachael Phillips scored a goal and Nicole Doolen, Amanda Whittaker and Mia Lopez each had an assist. Goalkeepers Taylor Moquin and Alicia Ceneviva each made three saves.
Gemma Godfrey scored the lone goal for Sherburne-Earlville (3-3-0). Maddy Fetzko recorded eight saves.
Central Valley Academy takes the field Saturday at the Tolpa Athletic Complex for a match against Herkimer.
POLAND 8, UTICA-PROCTOR 0
HAMILTON, N.Y. — The Poland Tornadoes routed Utica’s Class AA Proctor Raiders 8-0 Thursday in the opening round of the Hamilton Optimist Tournament.
Page 2 of 2 - Poland meets Hamilton in Saturday’s 5 p.m. title match. Hamilton was a 4-3 winner Wednesday against Cincinnatus.
Mikayla Blumenstock had two goals and two assists against Proctor while Keara Blumenstock and Tara Seigle each chipped in with a pair of goals. Paige Sullivan had a goal and two assists, Jourdan Flansburg scored a goal and Shelby Ossont and Alyssa Lepper each had a an assist for Poland (3-1-0).
Courtney Green made seven saves in the shutout for the reigning Class D state champions.
Stacey DiGiorgio recorded 17 saves for the Raiders.
COOPERSTOWN 4, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 1
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Jordian Siver had a hat trick in the first half of Cooperstown’s 4-1 win over the Frankfort-Schuyler’s Maroon Knights Thursday.
All five goals were scored in the first half.
Liz Millea had the one goal for Cooperstown (4-1-0) that was not scored by Siver. Maggie Hall had two assists and Katie Kleban made 12 saves.
Marcella Costello scored for the Maroon Knights (1-3-1) and Cassandra Grippe mad eight saves.
Frankfort-Schuyler plays at Mt. Markham Saturday.
REMSEN 16, OWEN D. YOUNG 0
REMSEN, N.Y. — Ten Rams scored goals Thursday in Remsen’s 16-0 win over the Owen D. Young Wildcats.
Elisha Hamilton scored four goals for undefeated Remsen (5-0-0) and Joleen Marfone and Emily DeVenezia each had two goals and an assist. Brittany Waterbury chipped in with a goal and three assists and Mieka Scott made two saves in the shutout.
Sara Manning made 17 saves and Shelby Talbot had 10 for the Wildcats (0-4-0).
Owen D. Young takes on Oriskany at home Tuesday.
MORRISVILLE-EATON 1, MT. MARKHAM 0
WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. — The Morrisville-Eaton Warriors defeated Mt. Markham’s Mustangs 1-0 Thursday with the only goal coming in the second half.
Emily Widger scored unassisted early in the second half for the Warriors (3-2-0).
Goalie Shelby Brown earned a shutout with nine saves for Morrisville-Eaton which won despite being outshot 23-8.
Machaela Carnegie made seven saves for the Mustangs (1-3-1).
Mt. Markham is home Saturday for a match against Frankfort-Schuyler.