The Daily Star
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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.
Oneonta 5, SV 0
Taryn More scored twice to lead Oneonta High to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference road win in its regular-season finale.
Brieanna Baker struck first for the Jackets (12-2, 12-0), converting a pass from Dani Nicosia nine minutes into the first half.
Cami Cleaveland and Mariah Ruff also scored for Oneonta, which outshot Susquehanna Valley, 21-2. Ruff and Nicosia finished with two assists apiece.
“We had a lot of good opportunities and were very unselfish.” OHS coach Jerry Mackey said. “We’re looking forward to the STAC playoffs.”
Emmalee Sloman had two saves in the shutout for Oneonta, which will play a STAC semifinal at Elmira at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Owego and Vestal will meet in the other semifinal.
Cooperstown 2, Hamilton 1
Julie Dykstra and Maggie Hall scored to lead the Redskins to a Center State Conference victory that clinched a spot in the Section Three Class C Tournament.
Dykstra’s goal, off a corner kick from Erika Maher, came with 11 minutes gone in the first half. Hall followed a minute later, taking a pass from Lexi Bloomfield and scoring from about 12 yards.
Eme Jones cut Cooperstown’s lead to one with less than seven minutes left, but goalie Katie Kleban made several clutch saves to preserve the lead, Redskins coach Jennifer Pindar said.
Cooperstown (6-6, 5-4) started the season 0-5 but has won five in a row and six of its last seven. The Redskins will complete their CSC schedule Monday at Sauquoit Valley.
Unatego 10, Oxford 0
Juli Carbone scored two goals for undefeated Unatego, and eight others scored as the Spartans routed visiting Oxford in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Sarah Mannina had a goal and two assists for Unatego (13-0-1, 6-0), which received a goal and an assist apiece from Katrina Clark and Ally Butler.
The Spartans took an 8-0 lead into halftime and outshot Oxford, 19-0. They will host a breast-cancer awareness game at 11 a.m. Saturday against Chenango Valley.
Unatego will end its MAC season Oct. 18 at Sidney, which has one MAC loss.
UV 1, Delhi 0
Taylor Davis scored in the 35th minute to lead visiting Unadilla Valley to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Jordan Anderson made six saves in the shutout for the Storm, who won despite getting outshot, 12-7.
Katie Pardee also had six saves for Delhi (5-7-1, 3-2).
Afton 1, Walton 0
Cassidy Phillips scored on a penalty corner one minute into play and Afton held on for a Section Four victory on the road.
Phillips converted a pass from Sierra Palmatier for the Crimson Knights, who received five saves from Victoria Lent.
Katrina Kilmer stopped nine shots for the Warriors (7-6, 4-5), who visit Sidney today.
at Stamford GC
Eric Mathiesen’s 11-over-par 45 on the Stamford Golf Course’s flat nine led visiting Margaretville to a 185-234 Delaware League victory over Gilboa.
Both teams will compete in the Delaware League Championships at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Delhi College Golf Course.
Oneonta 3, JC 0
Krissy Wells amassed 31 assists and Brittney Herrick finished with nine kills as Oneonta rolled to a 25-21, 25-22, 25-12 home victory in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.
Kelsey Baker contributed eight kills and two blocks for the Yellowjackets (10-2), who will compete in the Queensbury Tournament on Saturday.
Grace Hopkins had 14 digs to pace Johnson City (9-3).
Harpursville 3, UV 0
Erin Avery had nine assists, seven aces and five kills to lead undefeated Harpursville to a 25-9, 25-4, 25-7 rout of visiting Unadilla Valley in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Madison Paugh, Courtney Hardy and Melissa McLaughlin contributed six aces apiece for the Hornets (13-0), who visit Bainbridge-Guilford on Tuesday.
Haley Benson’s three kills paced the Storm, who are at Delhi on Tuesday.
Oxford 3, Delhi 1
Kera Shepler finished with 10 aces and five kills to lead visiting Oxford to a 25-8, 24-26, 25-15, 25-18 win in the MAC.
Taylor Chapman contributed 18 digs and five kills for the Blackhawks (9-4), who are at Sidney on Tuesday.
Bonnie Davis had 25 kills, four aces and four kills to pace Delhi (2-12), which hosts Unadilla Valley on Tuesday.
Greene 3, Unatego 1
Amber Parkinson’s seven kills lifted Greene to a 25-23, 25-23, 21-25, 25-21 road victory in the MAC.
Kayli Dickinson finished with five aces and seven assists for the Trojans (7-7), who host Hancock on Tuesday.
Michaela Reynolds amassed five aces, six kills, five blocks and four digs to pace Unatego (1-13), which raised more than $300 during its Think Pink game for cancer awareness.
Unatego will play its Senior Appreciation Game on Tuesday against visiting Deposit.