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Galeton wins Galeton Tournament.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | September 3, 2017

 

Galeton defeated Williamson 2-0 in the final of the Galeton tournament on Saturday.

Isaiah Shuemaker and Joey Bumbauch each scored one goal for Galeton while Joel Brelo had one assist.

Brandon Ruef finished with nine saves for Galeton, and his counterpart, Jay Robbins, finished with 18 for Williamson.

Galeton outshot Williamson 21-10, but Williamson held the edge in corners 6-5.

“I’m very happy with the way the defense played, I didn’t think that would be a strong point this year. Our guys really stepped up. I'm happy with our performance.” Galeton coach Jim Sunderlin said after the match.

Sayre 6, Northern Potter 3

Sayre defeated Northern Potter, 6-3, in the Galeton tournament consolation game on Saturday.

Jordan Rockwell had three goals and one assist, Sam VanDermark had two goals and Cody VanBenthuysen scored his first varsity goal.

Sam Wheeler assisted on three goals for the Redskins.

Cam Wheeler recorded 12 saves for Sayre and Holden Cowburn made six for NP. Sayre held the edge in corner kicks, 8-4.

"Our youth showed up at times tonight but the boys hung tough during a very physical game." Sayre coach Randy Rockwell said.

Sayre will play Tuesday at Liberty with a 4 pm start time.

Wellsboro 6, South Williamsport 1

Wellsboro defeated South Williamsport 6-1 in local boys soccer action on Saturday.

Nolan Lohr led the scoring for Wellboro with two goals, Gabe Leach, Tanner Runyan, Brett Rudy and Cam Tennis each scored one goal.

Leach added three assists, and Runyan and Rudy each had one.

Wellsboro outshot SW 30-8 and held the edge in corners, 10-1.

"I'm very happy with the win today," Wellsboro coach John Shaffer said. "A great way to start the season. It was a great demonstration of our depth as we had two starters out today and everyone stepped up. On a difficult surface we were able to pass the ball pretty well. We need to improve our defensive organization in the midfield. We also need to finish teams off when we have the chance. We finally did that scoring four goals in five minutes in the second half."