Madrid-Waddington Comes Back To Win Class C Title In Overtime
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CLASS C BOYS SOCCER FINAL
MADRID-WADDINGTON 2, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1 (OT/F)
A strong second half and a flash of a finish lifts the Yellowjackets to the Class C title at Massena Central.
CO PEPSI PLAYER OF THE GAME Quinn Shoen left the charge done the right wing where CO PEPSI PLAYER OF THE GAME Tyler Jaquith redirected a cross into the goal just 2:07 gone in the first overtime.
Norwood-Norfolk scored first as Alex Ploof drove home a Drew Stone corner kick 27 minutes into the first half. M-W then turned on the pressure in the second half and finally broke through as Kody Sharlow chiipped in the tying marker with eight minutes to play.
SUBWAY SUB OF THE GAME Jordan Lashomb played well inside the defensive zone as goalie Jeremy Waite finished with eight saves.
Alex Brock stopped three for the Yellowjackets as Justin Pierce earned EVANS AND WHITE TOUGH AS NAILS PLAYER OF THE GAME
| || 1 || 2 || ot1 || || F |
| Norwood-Norfolk|| 1|| 0|| 0|| || 1 |
| Madrid-Waddington || 0|| 1|| 1 || || 2|
1st Half: N-N Alex Ploof (Drew Stone) 27th min
2nd Half: M-W Kody Sharlow (Zzack Marcellus) 72nd min
OT: Tyler Jaquith (Quinn Shoen) 82nd
Saves: N-N Waite 8, M-W Brock 3
Corner Kicks: N-N 2, M-W 4
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER
Class A Final
Malone 1, Massena 1 (4OT/F)
(Malone Wins in PKs)
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CLASS C GIRLS SOCCER FINAL
BRUSHTON-MOIRA 1, MADRID-WADDINGTON 0
The Panthers claim their second straight playoff shut out claim there third straight Class C title.
PEPSI PLAYER OF THE GAME Kelsey Manchester finshed off a pass in the 19th minute for the only goal needed against a very tough Madrid-Waddington squad.
The Jackets out shot the Panthers in the second half and were kept off the scoreboard thanks to the goaltending of EVANS AND WHITE TOUGH AS NAILS PLAYER OF THE GAME Emily LePage who stopped seven in the second half en route to an 11 save performnace.
M-W netminder Lauren Sharp stopped three in the effort and Jena Cryderman got the SUBWAY SUB OF THE GAME.
| || 1|| 2 || || F |
| Madrid-Waddington || 0|| 0|| || 0|
| Brushton-Moira|| 1|| 0|| || 0|
1st Half: Kelsey Manchester (UNA) 19th min
2nd Half NO SCORING
Saves: M-W Sharpe 3, B-M LePage 11
Corner Kicks: M-W 8, B-M 5
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER
Class A Final
Massena 3, Malone 2
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LIBERTY LEAGUE MEN'S SOCCER SEMIFINAL
ST. LAWRENCE 3, HAMILTON 2 (2OT/F)
Sophomore forward Brian Gilloran scored his first goal of the season with 1:30 to play in the second overtime period to lift number one seeded St. Lawrence University to a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over fourth seed Hamilton College in a Liberty League semifinal at SLU's Sandy MacAllaster Field Wednesday afternoon.
The Saints, now 15-2-2 and ranked first in the region and eighth in the nation, will take on the winner of a game between Union College and Skidmore which will be played later Wednesday evening in the championship game which will be played Saturday at 1 p.m. on MacAllaster Field.
The game winning play was initiated by freshman forward Adrian Bucksam, who worked the ball up the sideline, cut into the box and stepped around a defender, hitting Gilloran, who was cutting to the net, with a perfect pass. Gilloran made no mistake with the shot, beating Hamilton goalie Eric Boole from point blank range to win the game at the 88:30 mark.
Hamilton is leaving the Liberty League to become a full member of NESCAC beginning next fall.
The Saints dominated the second half of the game, but were thwarted by Boole and the post. SLU, which trailed 2-1 at the half, tied the game at the 54:54 mark, but couldn't pull ahead despite outshooting the Continentals 22-2 in the second half. The Saints had two shots rattle off the post with Boole clearly beaten and had a shot at the horn to end regulation hit the crossbar. Hamilton took the early lead in the game as senior midfielder Jesse Arroyave took advantage of a loose ball in the Saint box and fired his second of the season past Saint goalie Nate Goss-Woliner. The ball was sent into the box by Hamilton and a Saint defender tried to chip it out of the air to make a clear, but the ball bounced straight to Arroyave for the easy goal.
St. Lawrence tied the game at the 22:42 mark as Dan Marvin sent a lead pass ahead to sophomore Sam DeMello and DeMello scored his eighth of the year, but Hamilton went back in front on a penalty kick by Frank Campagnano, his 10 goal of the year, at the 36:12 mark. Arroyave again had a hand in the play that put Hamilton in front as he broke past a Saint defender and was headed for a one-on-one with Goss-Woliner when he was hauled down by a defender to create the penalty kick opportunity.
Junior back Mike Manfredi's long lead pass from his own defensive end sent forward Sean Scott away on a breakaway to tie the game at the 54:54 mark. Scott took the pass in stride and went one-on-one with Boole, scoring his sixth of the year.
Bucksam twice hit the post in the second half and Gilloran's long looping shot at the buzzer hit the crossbar, but the two made up for it with the late overtime game winner.
The Saints outshot Hamilton just 7-6 in the first half, but finished with a 34-9 total shot advantage and had eight corner kicks to none for the Continentals. Boole made 12 saves while Goss-Woliner had three for the Saints, who ran their unbeaten streak to 15 games.
| || 1 || 2 || ot1 || ot2 || || F |
| Hamilton|| 2|| 0|| 0|| 0|| || 2|
| St. Lawrence || 1|| 1|| 0|| 1|| || 3 |
1st Half: HAM Jesse Arroyave (UNA) 9th min, SLU Sam DeMello (Dan Marvin) 22nd min, HAM Frank Campagnano (Penalty Kick) 36th min
2nd Half: SLU Sean Scott (Mike Manfredi) 54th min
1st OT: NO SCORING
2nd OT: SLU Brian Gilloran (Adrian Bucksam) 108th min
Saves: HAM Boole 12, SLU Goss-Woliner 3
Corner Kicks: HAM 0, SLU 8
MEN'S COLLEGE SOCCER
Liberty League Semifinals
RPI 0, Union 0
(RPI Wins in Pks 5-4)