“It was a crazy game,” Unatego coach Sue Herodes said. “Realistically, if you look at the shots and corners, it was very evenly played. They just had some very nice opportunities and we broke down a little bit.”
St. Johnsville had advantages of 17-13 in shots and 8-4 in corner kicks.
Unatego (1-2), which won the Section Four Class C title last season, will host Sidney on Tuesday. The Spartans will play Duanesburg or Schoharie in the tournament consolation game Saturday.
G-MU 1, B-G 0
Autumn Butler converted a cross from Mackenzie Talbot with 3:20 left Saturday as Gilbertsville-Mount Upton won the championship of the N.Y. Pizzeria Tournament at Unadilla Valley.
Tournament MVP Talbot beat a defender to the flag and sent a low cross to the front of the goal. B-G goalie Megan Ferrara (14 saves) intercepted the pass but bobbled the ball, giving Butler a chance to tap it in for the decisive goal.
The Raiders, who received 16 saves from Katie Schultes, held B-G without a shot the rest of the way.
Kelsey Ross, Katie Schultes and Jenna Bakhuizen made the All-Tournament Team for G-MU, which opened the tournament Friday with a 3-0 defeat of Walton. Taylor Nichols had two goals Friday, when Talbot contributed a goal and an assist.
UV 4, Walton 3
Taylor Davis scored off a cross from Hunter Lakin with 10 seconds left, lifting host Unadilla Valley to a consolation victory in the N.Y. Pizzeria Tournament on Saturday.
Lakin also scored and assisted Davis on another goal for the Storm, who received a goal from Sierra Badger.
Katie Maguire had two goals for Walton, which got another from Heather Ogden.
Fort Plain Invitational
Logan Mancuso’s ninth-place finish helped Oneonta High’s boys to a fourth-place showing in the 16-team Fort Plain Invitational.