Riley McClellan scores 50th goal, Troy downs Wellsboro, 8-2.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | September 7, 2017 | Photo courtesy Charlie Berch


Riley McClellan scores 50th goal, Troy downs Wellsboro, 8-2Riley McClellan and Nicole McClellan combined to score seven goals in Troy's 8-2 win over Wellsboro on Wednesday, including Riley's 50th career goal.

For Troy, Madison McClelland and Joelle Urban each had an assist and Morgan Graybill had one goal.

For Wellsboro, Alyssa Yungwirth and Alivia Kennedy each scored a second-half goal.

Troy outshot Wellsboro 12-4, and held the edge in corner kicks, 7-3.

Brianna Ratburn had two saves for Troy and her counterpart, Sydney Tremper, had four for Wellsboro.

"I was very pleased with the girls teamwork tonight," Troy coach Wayne Pratt said. "Emma Shedden guided our defense, Madison led our midfielders throughout the game and our forwards worked as a unit. This being our first game I could not be more proud of the way the ladies played against a well coached Wellsboro team and a squad that just kept coming. Both teams, job well done."

"I'm so incredibly thankful for my amazing team for helping me accomplish this," Riley McClellan said after the game. "All of the support from the team and coaches and parents was amazing. I knew I needed three goals coming into this game but I tried to push it out of my mind the best I could so I could focus on winning first. It was so exciting and I'm really happy to have gotten 50 goals."

North Penn-Mansfield 1, Williamson 1 (2OT)

North Penn-Mansfield and Williamson tied, 1-1, in local girls soccer action on Wednesday.

For Williamson, Kirsten Green scored at 21:20. For NPM, Eva Rice scored on a penalty kick at 25:44.

Neither team scored in both overtime periods, forcing the draw.

NPM outshot Williamson, 30-24 and held the edge in corner kicks, 4-2.

NPM keeper Alaina McKee finished with 23 saves, Williamson's Keira McCormick finished with 22 and Williamson's Mercedes Bailey added six.

"The team did a great job at creating opportunities to shoot the ball," NPM coach Maryann Wilcox said. "Now, we need to really focus on finishing the ball into the net. The teams passing game is really starting to develop. Very proud of the effort that was put into the entire game."

Sayre 5, Wyalusing 2

Madisyn Wheeler led Sayre to their 5-2 win over Wyalusing with a hat trick on Wednesday.

For Sayre, Stephanie Klovekorn had one goal and one assist, Kirsten Covey finished with one goal and Abby Moliski added one assist.

For Wyalusing, Hailey Jayne and Madison Armitage each scored one goal and Sarah Bird and Caitlin Belcher each had an assist.

Sayre's Blair Wampole finished with ten saves and Wyalusing's Madalyn Valoroso had eleven.

Sayre held the edge in shots, 16-12, and corner kicks, 7-1.

Sullivan County 8, St. John Nueman 0

Sullivan County's Macy McCarthy scored three goals and had one assist to lead her team to their 8-0 win over St. John Nueman on Wednesday.

For SC, Savannah Baldwin had one goal and two assists, Madison Burke, Bethany Bienlich and Leah Bienlich each had one goal and one assist, Sophia Springman had one goal and Kerigan Wettlaufer had one assist.

SC outshot SJN, 27-0, and held the edge in corner kicks, 13-1.

Sullivan County takes on Montgomery today.

Athens 12, Towanda 0

Rachel Hutchison scored a hat trick and had one assist to lead Athens to their 12-0 win over Towanda on Wednesday.

For Athens, Morgan Ferguson scored one goal and had three assists, Emma Adams, Krystal Manning and Arianna Gambrell each scored one goal, Abby Sindoni had two goals and one assist, and Emma Rowe added one goal and two assists.