Wayland-Cohocton girls saluted a handful of seniors on Thursday night at the Sports Complex as Micalah Sick, Amber Callahan, Erinn Hopkins, Megan Ellis and Morgan Mastin were all honored. The celebration took place on the field following the game in which Hornell put up a handful of goals en route to a 5-1 victory to close out each team's regular soccer season.

Wayland-Cohocton girls saluted a handful of seniors on Thursday night at the Sports Complex as Micalah Sick, Amber Callahan, Erinn Hopkins, Megan Ellis and Morgan Mastin were all honored. The celebration took place on the field following the game in which Hornell put up a handful of goals en route to a 5-1 victory to close out each team's regular soccer season.


Despite rainy, damp and cold conditions in Cohocton, Hornell utilized their speed to get on the board first in the opening half at the 29:07 mark. Jocelyn Acor was moving from left to right across the top of the box and fired a 15-yard shot that found the mark to get the Maple City Gang on the board. With 15.22 remaining Rachel Cunningham was moving in the opposite direction and hit a shot from about 10 yards out to double the Raiders advantage. About five minutes passed and Cunningham did it again. This time from Ali Spicer who gave her a nice pass on the left side and Cunningham dropped it in from about eight yards away making it a 3-0 advantage at the half.


With 37-43 remaining in the second half, Rachel Cunningham completed a hat trick when she scored unassisted. Way-Co’s lone goal came with 33:08 remaining as Micalah Sick fired about 20 yard shot that found its way over the keeper’s outstretched hands, making it a 4-1 contest. Hannah Perno scored off a loose ball in the box with 20:26 left to cap the scoring.


Hornell (15-1) had 31 shots to Wayland-Cohocton’s two. The Raiders Hallie Fenti was in goal stopping one shot, as Way-Co’s Amber Callahan was kept busy with 17 saves in net as Way-Co awaits the seedings for Class BB which will determine when and where the Golden Eagles will begin the post-season.


Way-Co is 4-10-2 for the season.


In JV girls soccer Wayland-Cohocton bested Hornell 4-1. All 4 Golden Eagles scores came in the first half as Megan Simons scored twice, Mary Kate Hilll added a goals and so did Alyssa Recktenwald. Chelsea Bartlett was in goal for the win for the JV Eagles.