OHS Varsity Soccer Splits; JV VB 3-2

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego girls varsity soccer team were in a tight battle throughout early part of the game against Utica Proctor, but the Bucs walked off the field with their third win of the year by a 4-1 count over Utica Proctor.

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Oswego scored two late first half goals for a 2-0 lead and it proved to be enough for the victory.

In goal Leah Folgherait walked off the field with a dozen saves to her credit for the 3-3-1 Bucs.

Meanwhile on the offense Jamie Bouffard, Amanda D’Amico, Alexis Files and Nicole Paulhardt all scored a goal while Amber Earl and Taylor Phillips each picked up assists. Ashley Williams had the lone UP goal of the game.

Varsity Boys Soccer Edged

The Oswego varsity boys soccer team suffered its third loss of the season in a hard fought 3-1 game at Utica Proctor on Thursday afternoon.

The first half saw Proctor control much of the possession as the Bucs had a stiff wind blowing into their faces which made it difficult for them to clear the ball. With 23:15 remaining in the opening half Armin Budnjo redirected a pass to the foot of Adis Dervisevic who blasted a shot past Oswego goalie Matt Skinner.

The score remained the same through the end of the half.

In the second half, with the wind at their back, the Bucs began to take control of the game. Then with 21:28 remaining in the game the Bucs finally broke through when Jamie Reynolds slotted a nicely paced ball through to Stephen Auyer who raced in on the Proctor goal. As the Proctor goalie came out at Auyer he calmly toe poked the ball past the keeper to tie the game at 1-1.

The Bucs saw a majority of the action for remainder of the half, until with 7:12 remaining in the game Armin Budnjo found himself open with the ball just inside the Buc 18 yard box and was able to find the back of the net to give Proctor a 2-1 lead.

At that point Oswego began to press to get the tying goal which at times left them exposed at the back. With just under a minute to go in the game the Bucs were whistled for a foul just outside their 18 yard box. On the ensuing play Andy Mendez sent a ball into the box that Skinner got a hand on but was not cleared. The ball came down to Yo Yoh who put it in the net to provide the final 3-1 margin. Skinner finished the game with 8 saves, two of which he took of the foot of a Proctor player who had broken through on a breakaway.

Oswego’s next game is Tuesday 9/29 on Turrill Street field against FM at 7pm.

Jayvee Volleyball Action

Oswego boys jayvee volleyball moved to 3-2 on the season with a 2-1 win over Liverpool.

The Bucs dominated the first game with a 25-12 win as scrappy defense and powerful hits provided the difference. In the second game Liverpool won 25-22. However, in the third game Sean O’Connor hit solidly in the middle while Brennon Richardson against played very aggressive from the back row in a 25-21 win.

Earlier the team lost 2-1 to Baldwinsville as the Bucs fell 25-17, rallied for a 25-22 win and lost 25-15. Justin Peterson provided numerous kills for the Bucs.

Against Fowler the Bucs won 2-1 with a 25-17 win in the first game and a 25-19 verdict in the third while losing 25-21 in the other match.