“She came off her line and made a great save,” Saggese said.
Jane Auld’s goal with 15 minutes left gave the Patriots a 2-1 lead. Auld’s initial shot was saved by Monica Renwick, but she followed up and scored on the rebound.
CV-S’ Jessica Carson and Milford’s Francesca Green exchanged goals early in the second half.
“In the first half, the game was played in the midfield and both teams just battled,” Saggese said. “In the second half, the game really opened up and both teams started creating chances.”
Milford (8-2-2, 6-2-2) and CV-S each have two losses and two ties in conference play. Schenevus has three league losses and also is in the running for the East Division title.
The Wildcats travel to Richfield Springs on Friday.
Franklin 1, Edmeston 0
Host Franklin received a goal from Jessi McNeilly with 3:51 left in the second overtime to earn a Tri-Valley League victory.
Jessica Downin controlled the ball along the right wing before centering a pass. McNeilly beat a Edmeston defender to the ball before scoring on a low shot to the right corner.
Franklin (11-2, 9-2) held a 19-4 advantage in shots, but Edmeston goalie Katlin Talbot stopped 16 shots.
“I think we were a little impatient in the final third,” Franklin coach J.J. Laing said. “Edmeston played a real gutsy game. If they play like that, they’ll give anybody a lot of trouble. They haven’t given up a lot of goals this year.”
Next for Franklin is a game against West Division leader Morris on the road Friday. The Mustangs, the defending Section Four Class D champions, beat Franklin, 2-1, in the teams’ first meeting this season.
“We have to not make some of the mistakes we made the first time that they punished us for,” Laing said. “When they mistakes, we have to capitalize on them.”