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October 12, 2012

Richfield Springs boys earn Tri-Valley League tie at Milford

OHS girls complete perfect STAC season

Staff Report

Joe Kelly scored with 14 seconds left in regulation for Richfield Springs, which earned a 1-1 Tri-Valley League boys soccer tie at Milford on Thursday.

“There was a handball in the middle of the field and a kid came up and played it quickly into the box,” Milford coach Frank Spurchise said of Shawn Miller, who earned the assist. “We misplayed it and Kelly was there to put it in.”

Kelly’s goal offset one by Peyton Griffiths, who gave Milford the lead with roughly 15 minutes to play in the opening half. Brian Atwell ran down a ball headed out of bounds and played it back across the goalmouth. Griffiths then one-timed the pass into the goal.

Ben Smith made 16 saves for the Indians. Counterpart Parker Fish stopped four shots for Milford (7-4-2, 6-3-2), which will celebrate Senior Appreciation Day on Monday against visiting Worcester. Fish, Elijah Coley, Jordan Colone and Spencer O’Bryan will be recognized as Milford’s outgoing seniors.

Morris 4, Franklin 2

Mike Silicado, Cameron Hill, Josh Rutherford and Levi Decker scored for Morris in its Tri-Valley League road win.

Zach McNeilly pulled Franklin (4-9, 4-8) to 2-1 roughly five minutes into the second half, but Rutherford restored Morris’ two-goal cushion 15 minutes later.

Alex Brownell, who assisted McNeilly, also scored for the Purple Devils, who close their T-V schedule Monday at Laurens.

Roxbury 3, Gilboa 0

Roxbury’s Kris Walcutt scored twice and had an assist as the Rockets cruised at home in the Delaware League.

Garrett Hinkley scored the Rockets’ first goal four minutes into the first period, converting a cross from Walcutt from 6 yards.

Will Rendler and Jacob Davis made two saves apiece for Roxbury, which will complete its regular season Monday against visiting Windham.

Windsor 4, Afton 0

Matt Olin made eight saves for Afton, which ended its season with a non-league loss at home. The Crimson Knights, who trailed, 3-0, at halftime, went 1-14-1 overall and 1-6 in the Midstate Athletic Conference this fall.

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