“We scored and then (the whistle) was blown,” Adams said.
Of Marathon, Adams said: “I thought their sweeper in the back, he did a really nice job of keeping us out of the 18 and then they looked to feed it long. It was quite hard to work the short passing game for both teams.”
Wyatt Crowley made six saves for CV-S.
On the same day, fourth seeded Margaretville fell to No. 1 Elmira Notre Dame. Marathon took the title on Saturday at the WNSC.