Albion and Wilson girls play to overtime tie

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 3 October 2019 at 7:55 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Albion’s Kendall Derisley sends a shot toward the goal as Kaylee Allcorn defends for Wilson during this afternoon’s game at Albion which ended in a 3-3 overtime tie.

Rallying  twice from a two goal deficit Wilson earned a 3-3 overtime tie with host Albion this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer game.

Albion jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first half on a pair of goals by Kendall Derisley assisted first by Claire Squicciarini and then by Abby Scanlan.

Wilson got back in the game when Skylar Munnikhuysen scored with just three seconds to go in the half.

Albion though got that one back just 38 seconds into the second half as Abbie Pappalardo scored from Derisley to put the Purple Eagles back up by two at 3-1.

However, Wilson again came battling back to tie the game as Leia Cloy scored just five minutes later and then Sara Urban netted the equalizer with just 4:17 to go in regulation time.

Neither team could then dent the net in the two 10 minute overtime periods.

Wilson is now 5-3-1 and Albion 2-4-1.

Akron wins, Roy-Hart tie
In the other two N-O games, front-running Akron (8-1) defeated Barker (0-7) 10-0 and runner-up Roy-Hart (5-1-1) played to a 1-1 tie with Newfane (1-5-1).

Kara Sequin scored 3 goals and Natalie Katmazyn 2 to lead the way for Akron.

Kara Choate scored the lone Roy-Hart goal while Lily Koziol tallied for Newfane.

Albion’s Mariah Plain sends a pass across through a trio of Wilson defenders minus a shoe.