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October 8, 2012

G-MU girls tie unbeaten Morris

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Morris’ unbeaten girls took 23 more shots than visiting Gilbertsville-Mount Upton, but the Tri-Valley League soccer teams played to a 1-all Saturday.

“We outplayed them but just could not finish,” Morris coach Rhoda Flint wrote in an email. “We had many chances to score with many hitting the crossbar.”

The defending Section Four Class D champion Mustangs (10-0-1, 10-0-2) took a 1-0 lead with 9 minutes, 7 seconds left in the first half on a goal by Amanda Flint.

Lauren Hill tied with 20:34 left in regulation off an assist from Mackenzie Talbot.

Katie Schultes made 18 saves for G-MU.

Laurens 4, Stamford 3

Natalie Trujillo scored the winning goal with 24 seconds left in the second overtime to lead the host Leopards to a non-conference victory.

Trujillo scored the deciding goal from 18 yards on a shot that went over Stamford goalie Nikki McGrath.

Stamford’s Erin Hull scored on an assist from Cassie Ehrhart with 4:11 left in the second half to tie the match at 3.

Kim Freer scored twice for the Indians (7-6), who visit Gilboa on Wednesday.

Heather White had two goals and Kathleen Francisco also scored for Laurens (3-10), which hosts Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Tuesday.

Unatego 5, Windsor 0

Sarah Mannina had two goals and two assists, and Katrina Clark scored twice to lead unbeaten Unatego to a non-league victory Saturday.

Mannina scored 4 ½ minutes into play. She received a chipped pass from Cassidy Newman before scoring. Thirteen minutes later, Mannina set up Clark’s first goal.

Tanner Reed also scored for the Spartans, who are 3-0-1 against Southern Tier Athletic Conference teams this season.

“We’ve had a really good schedule,” Unatego coach Sue Herodes said of her 12-0-1 team. “Being able to play some bigger teams has provided a little pick me up for these girls. We knew we were going to very competitive this season and I wanted us to be challenged. Our AD did a very nice job of scheduling.”

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