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Sayre girls hold off NEB.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | September 5, 2013 | Photo courtesy The Review


2013 Sayre vs. Northeast Bradford Girls SoccerSAYRE - The Sayre girls' soccer team jumped out to a 4-0 first half lead and held on for a 5-3 victory over Northeast Bradford on Wednesday.

Jessica Hickey opened the scoring for Sayre off an assist from Elyse Skerpon and then Skerpon followed by converting on a penalty kick.

Hickey scored again at 29:16 off an assist from Skerpon and at 31:01 Skerpon scored off an assist from freshman Chloe Tracy.

Down 4-0, freshman Alyssa Coon put Northeast Bradford on the board at 32:15 of the first half.

Hickey made it 5-1 Sayre off a Tracy assist 9:47 into the second half, but freshman Katie Jefferson and Coon, at 12:54 and 31:36 got goals to get Northeast Bradford within a pair of goals.

Sayre had 26 shots and seven corners in the game and Northeast Bradford had 11 shots and three corner kicks.

Angelia Laudermilch finished with 16 saves for Northeast Bradford in net and Becca McNamara and Paige Wampole combined for six saves for Sayre.

Towanda 5, Williamson 0

TOWANDA - Divya Patel netted a hat trick in the Black Knights win on Wednesday.

After a scoreless first half, Patel started the scoring at 32:38 of the second half off an assist from Lauren Risch.

Just 28 seconds later Risch scored to make it 2-0.

It stayed 2-0 until there was 3:23 left when Patel scored her second goal of the game.

At 2:04 Kyleigh Roof scored for Towanda off an assist from Patel to make it 4-0, before Patel capped the scoring off a Taylor Hallabuk assist with two seconds left in the game.

Towanda had 18 shots in the game and seven corner kicks and Kylie Garris had one save in net.

Williamson had one shot and no corners and Sammy Herrington had 13 saves in goal.

"This was a tail of two halves," Towanda coach Dave Jurnack said. "We came out over confident and not focused in the first half. Williamson came to play, we did not. After some adjustments at halftime, we regained our focus and played the game we have trained long and hard to play.

"I was particularly impressed with the efforts of Kenzie Roof, Laciann Manning and Courtney Locke. As usual, our talented mids, Lauren Risch and Julia Lambert distributed the ball very effectively."

Towanda won the JV game 2-1 with Kyleigh Roof and Garris scoring goals.

Mansfield 3, Wyalusing 2

The Tigers took a 3-0 lead and held on for the victory on Wednesday.

Maggie Farrer scored to give Mansfield a 1-0 lead at the half and in the second half Chelsea Repard and Jenny Lohrer scored to make it 3-0.

Wyalusing scored back-to-back goals late to get the score to 3-2.

"It was just a good game," Mansfield coach Corey Johnson said. "Both teams came to play, and played hard. Mansfield had the good lead and then they had a couple breakaways."

Mansfield had 16 shots and six corners and Wyalusing had eight shots and one corner kick.

Kasey Powlison had six saves for Mansfield and Wyalusing also had six saves on the day.

The JV game ended in a 1-1 tie.

Troy 3, Wellsboro 0

Taylor Johnston had one save in goal to record the shutout for the Trojans on Wednesday.

Faith Ceely gave Troy the lead with 58 seconds left in the first half off an assist from Becca Case.

At 17:24 of the second half Stephanie Ray Pazzaglia scored off a Ceely assist to make it 2-0 and at 12:22 the two changed roles with Pazzaglia assisting on a Ceely goal.

Troy had 10 shots and three corner kicks in the game and Wellsboro had three shots and one corner kick.

Meghan Bodine had eight saves in net for the Green Hornets.

South Williamsport 6, Sullivan County 0

South got two goals from Miranda Young as five players scored in the win.

Mackenzie Finn, Maddy Plummer, Olivia Lorson and Ali Bower all added goals in the victory.

South had 20 shots and six corners and Sullivan County had six shots and one corner kick.

Bethany Weinhardt had 14 saves in net for the Griffins and Kelsey Gantz and Morgan Bower combined for six saves for South.