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October 12, 2012

Richfield Springs boys earn Tri-Valley League tie at Milford

OHS girls complete perfect STAC season

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GIRLS SOCCER

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.

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