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September 10, 2007

Milford girls dominate Group 7


Staff Report

Brenna Campbell and Maria Arnot combined to score all 12 of Milford’s goals and also had seven assists as the Wildcats’ girls soccer team dominated the Group 7 bracket of The Daily Star Hall of Fame Cup this past weekend.

Milford beat New Lebanon, 6-1, on Sunday, a day after defeating Hamilton by the same score at the National Soccer Hall of Fame Campus.

"I’m a very demanding coach and I have high expectations," Milford coach Lorin Campbell said. "We played more defense in the first 30 minutes (Sunday) than I would have liked to, but when we get going offensively, it’s just incredible." Milford (4-0) led, 5-1, against New Lebanon at halftime Sunday. Arnot opened the scoring 11 minutes, 57 seconds into play, converting an assist from Campbell. Nine minutes later, Campbell scored off an assist from Arnot, who scored off an assist from Julia Brennan nine minutes after that.

Campbell scored 30 seconds apart late in the half _ both off Arnot assists _ to make it 5-1.

Campbell finished with four goals and two assists. The reigning Daily Star Player of the Year has 13 goals through four games this season. Arnot, a varsity teammate of Campbell’s since the eighth grade, had two goals and four assists.

In the victory over Hamilton, Campbell had three goals and two assists, and Arnot had three goals.

"Like I said, the score is deceiving," Lorin Campbell said. "(Hamilton) was a very athletic and fast team. We actually played better Saturday than we did (Sunday). Hamilton was a team that lived and died by the offsides trap. With an experienced team like ours, it just doesn’t work."

Defending Section Four Class D champion Milford plays host to Cherry Valley-Springfield on Tuesday.

Worcester’s girls also played in Group 7 and lost both of their games. New Lebanon beat the Wolverines, 3-0, on Saturday and Hamilton won, 3-0, on Sunday. No other information was available.

Milford 6, New Lebanon 1

HALL OF FAME CUP

Sunday’s Group 7 Game

Milford 5 1 _ 6

New Lebanon 1 0 _ 1

Milford (4-0): Brenna Campbell 4-1, Maria Arnot 2-4, Julia Brennan 0-1.

New Lebanon: E. Forward 1-0, N. Moss 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: M 19-1; N 7-2.

Goalies: Rachel Schultes (M) 6; M. Elmquist (N) 10.

Milford 6, Hamilton 1

HALL OF FAME CUP

Saturday’s Group 7 Game

Hamilton 1 0 _ 1

Milford 3 3 _ 6

Hamilton: E. Trevett 1-0, L. Unger 0-1.

Milford (3-0): Brenna Campbell 3-2, Maria Arnot 3-0, Julia Brennan 0-1, Emilee Brigham 0-1, Natasha Roseboom 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: H 7-3; M 25-1.

Goalies: A. Martin (H) 17; Rachel Schultes (M) 4.

Unatego 2, Schenectady 1, OT

Offensive MVP Kelly Fernandez scored twice, including the winner 4:15 into the second 10-minute overtime period, to lead Unatego to the Middleburgh Tournament championship Saturday.

Fernandez beat two defenders to set up a 1-on-1 against losing goalie Jess Cydylo, who came out to challenge the decisive shot. Fernandez scored from the right side of the 18-yard box to the far post for the winner.

Fernandez also opened the scoring, converting a pass from Colleen O’Hara 6:51 into the final. Erin Macbeth tied it by scoring on a penalty kick with 1:26 left in regulation.

Katya Harris earned Defensive MVP honors for Unatego, which also placed O’Hara and goalie Gabi May on the all-tournament team.

The Spartans visit Greene today for a Midstate Athletic Conference match.

Unatego 2, Schenectady 1, OT

MIDDLEBURGH TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s Championship

Schenectady 0 1 0 0 _ 1

Unatego 1 0 0 1 _ 2

Schenectady: Erin Macbeth 1-0.

Unatego (4-0): Kelly Fernandez 2-0, Colleen O’Hara 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: S 11-10; U 10-4.

Goalies: Jess Cydylo (S) 6; Gabi May (U) 10.

Offensive MVP: Kelly Fernandez (U).

Defensive MVP: Katya Harris (U).

All-tournament: Gabi May (U), Colleen O’Hara (U); Rachael Ward (Sidney), Kristen Whitten (S), Chelsea Pixley (S).

Sidney 2, Middleburgh 1

All-tournament selection Kristen Whitten scored off an assist from Danielle Martindale with 8:50 left to give Sidney a victory in the consolation game of the Middleburgh Tournament.

Danielle Gravel scored with about 20 minutes left to tie it at 1.

Stephanie Simonds and Rachael Ward combined for six saves in goal. Ward and Chelsea Pixley also received all-tournament honors for the Warriors (3-2-1), who host Greene at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Sidney 2, Middleburgh 1

MIDDLEBURGH TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s Consolation

Sidney 0 2 _ 2

Middleburgh 1 0 _ 1

Sidney (3-2-1): Kristen Whitten 1-0, Danielle Gravel 1-0, Danielle Martindale 0-2.

Middleburgh: Cassy Sanders 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: S 10-3; M 9-6.

Goalies: Stephanie Simonds (S) 2, Rachael Ward (S) 4; Taylor Hayes (M) 5.

SK 2, Gilboa 0

Kelsie Laing scored two goals to lead South Kortright to a second-round victory in the Stamford Mayor’s Cup on Saturday.

Laing scored unassisted with 13 minutes in, then converted a pass from Ally Gardner with 19 minutes to play.

Cassie McMullen made seven saves for the Rams.

Gilboa hosts Downsville for a Delaware League match today.

SK 2, Gilboa 0

STAMFORD MAYOR’S CUP

Saturday’s Second Round

South Kortright 1 1 _ 1

Gilboa 0 0 _ 0

South Kortright: Kelsie Laing 2-0, Ally Gardner 0-1.

Gilboa (2-3): None.

Shots-corner kicks: S 15-7; G 10-2.

Goalies: Cassie McMullen (S) 7; Caitlin McGuire (G) 10, Ava Wilburn (G) 2.

Roxbury 3, Andes 0

Rachel Meckes’ goal with 23:12 left in the first half _ set up by Paulina Cowan’s cross _ gave the Rockets a 1-0 lead en route to victory in the second round of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.

Kayla Castillo and Alisa Fersch also scored for the Rockets (1-3), who play at Margaretville today.

Roxbury 3, Andes 0

STAMFORD MAYOR’S CUP

Second Round

Andes 0 0 _ 0

Roxbury 2 1 _ 3

Andes: None.

Roxbury: Rachel Meckes 1-0, Paulina Cowan 0-1, Kayla Castillo 1-0, Alisa Fersch 1-0, Heather Davie 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: A 6-3; R 15-13.

Goalies: Carrie Berghammer (A) 10; Tara DiBenedetto (R) 4.

Walton 1, SW 1

Sara Kuebler’s goal from 20 yards tied the score with 3 1/2 minutes left in regulation, giving Walton a tie in the consolation game of the Downsville Kickoff Tournament.

After two 10-minute overtimes, the teams went to a penalty-kick shootout for placing purposes. Katrina Graby scored the decisive goal to give Sullivan West a 3-2 win in the shootout.

Walton (0-3-1) hosts Bainbridge-Guilford on Wednesday.

Walton 1, SW 1

DOWNSVILLE TOURNAMENT

Consolation

Sullivan West won penalty-kick shootout, 3-2, to determine third place.

Sullivan West 0 1 0 0 _ 1

Walton 0 1 0 0 _ 1

Sullivan West: Sarah Lander 1-0, Katrina Graby 0-1.

Walton: Sara Kuebler 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: S 5-4; W 7-3.

Goalies: Kristen Niemann (S) 6; Jen Poulin (W) 4.

Shootout scores: SW _ Lander, Colleen Chudik and Graby. Walton _ Erin Boyd and Justine Rutherford.

UV 1, DeRuyter 0

Sakura Gysin set up Amanda Peek’s winning goal _ a high shot over the keeper _ with 2:46 left in regulation to give Unadilla Valley (4-2) a victory in the championship game of its New York Pizzeria tournament.

Gysin, Peek, Kate Ross and Emily Sugar made the all-tournament team, and Storm teammate Hannah Johnson earned tournament MVP.

UV 1, DeRuyter 0

N.Y. PIZZERIA TOURNAMENT

Championship at UV

DeRuyter 0 0 _ 0

Unadilla Valley 0 1 _ 1

DeRuyter: None.

Unadilla Valley: Amanda Peek 1-0, Sakura Gysin 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: D 5-1; UV 8-1.

Goalies: Kayla Hampton (D) 7; Emily Sugar (U) 3.

MVP: Hannah Johnson (UV).

All-tournament team: Kelly McCarthy (G-MU), Brittany Fahringer (B-G), Liz Holbert (B-G), Kaitlyn Pforter (D), Chelsea Way (D), Kayla Hampton (D), Kaitlyn Pforter (D), Sakura Gysin (UV), Amanda Peek (UV), Kate Ross (UV), Emily Sugar (UV).

B-G 2, G-MU 1

Mariah Schaeffer and Liz Holbert scored for Bainbridge-Guilford in its consolation victory at the New York Pizzeria Tournament. Kelly McCarthy had the Raiders’ goal.

McCarthy made the all-tournament team for G-MU. Holbert and Brittany Fahringer earned all-tournament honors for B-G.

B-G 2, G-MU 1

N.Y. PIZZERIA TOURNAMENT

Consolation at UV

Bainbridge-Guilford 1 0 1 _ 2

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton 1 0 0 _ 1

Bainbridge-Guilford: Maria Schaeffer 1-0, Brittany Fahringer 0-1, Liz Holbert 1-0.

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton: Kelly McCarthy 1-0, Courtney Hillman 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: B 9-8; G 5-0.

Davenport 5, Oxford 1

Chelsea Haight had three goals and an assist in Davenport’s non-league road victory.

Amanda Toombs and Caitlin Carrington also scored for the Wildcats.

Davenport 5, Oxford 1

Davenport 4 1 _ 5

Oxford 0 1 _ 1

Davenport: Chelsea Haight 3-1, Amanda Toombs 1-0, Caitlin Carrington 1-0, Shaylyn MacCracken 0-2, Jackie Gilley 0-1.

Oxford: Selicia Tynan 1-0, Angela Cantanzaro 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: D 19-5; O 7-2.

Goalies: Katie Gross (D) 3, Amanda Nightengale (O) 10.

CV-S 2, RS 1

Second-half crossing passes by Morgan VanAlstine set up goals by Courtney VanBrink and Morgan Shuster as Cherry Valley-Springfield rallied to the win consolation game of its tournament.

VanBrink scored eight minutes into the second half to tie it at 1. Shuster’s decisive goal came six minutes later, on a shot from inside the penalty box.

CV-S lost, 1-0, to Schoharie in a first-round game Friday.

The Patriots (3-1) play at Milford on Tuesday.

CV-S 2, RS 1

CV-S BOOSTER TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s Consolation

Richfield Springs 1 0 _ 1

Cherry Valley-Springfield 0 2 _ 2

Richfield Springs: T. VanWinkler 1-0.

Cherry Valley-Springfield (3-1): Courtney VanBrink 1-0, Morgan VanAlstine 0-2, Morgan Shuster 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: R 6-0; C 16-0.

Goalies: A. Armstrong (R), Jessica Hext combined for 11 saves; Lindsey Cairo (C) 5.

Schoharie 1, CV-S 0

CV-S BOOSTER TOURNAMENT

Friday’s First Round

Schoharie 1 0 _ 1

Cherry Valley-Springfield 0 0 _ 0

Schoharie: Kaitlyn Dano 1-0.

Cherry Valley-Springfield: None.

Shots-corner kicks: S 12-2; C 16-1.

Goalies: Kaitly Johnson (S) 13; Lindsey Cairo (C) 11.