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Local colleges: SUNY Canton women’s soccer ties

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CANTON — Kaelyn Francis scored on a pass from Stephanie Wurz in the 48th minute to help the SUNYIT women’s soccer team produce a 1-1 tie with SUNY Canton in a nonconference game on Wednesday night.

Jade Sayward scored for the Kangaroos (7-7-1) in the 31st minute, with Karley Cree assisting.

Brittany Rotach made nine saves for SUNY Canton and Margaret Werenczek finished with seven saves for SUNYIT (4-9-1).

HERKIMER COUNTY CC 5, JEFFERSON CC 1

Former Canton standout Emily Rexford led the Generals with two goals and an assist in a Region 3 game at Herkimer.

Danielle Nicosia and Kaitlyn Lyon each added a goal and an assist for Herkimer County Community College (8-5-1).

Whitney Maitland netted the lone goal for Jefferson CC (4-9).

MEN’S SOCCER

ELMIRA 2, SUNY CANTON 1 (OT)

Michael Bryant scored an overtime goal in the 99th minute to give host Soaring Eagles a nonconference win over the Kangaroos in Elmira.

Brian Lowe scored in the 10th minute for Elmira (6-6).

SUNY Canton (8-7) forced overtime when Tyler Gallagher scored with 33 seconds left in the game.

HERKIMER COUNTY CC 4, JCC 0

Jermaine Windster and MacIntyre Felton paced the Generals with a goal and an assist each as they blanked the Cannoneers in a Region 3 game in Herkimer.

Brian Coyt and James Wilson supplied the other goals for Herkimer County CC (11-1).

JCC wrapped up its season at 1-15.

VOLLEYBALL

JEFFERSON CC 3, TOMPKINS-CORTLAND CC 0

Stephanie Ennist recorded 11 service points and four digs as the host Cannoneers won a Mid-State Athletic Conference match, 25-8, 25-10, 25-14.

For JCC (18-11, 4-2 MSAC), Kierstin Burke contributed eight points and seven kills, while Ashley Capone had 13 kills and seven points.

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