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September 19, 2013

CV-S boys make statement in 4-1 win at Morris


Strenck opened the scoring 17 minutes before halftime. Peyton Griffiths sent a crossing pass that Strenck headed inside the far post.

“That was a nice header,” Edmeston coach Ken Plows said.

Strenck’s second goal came off a scramble in front of the net.

Edmeston held an 8-4 advantage in shots. Max Lang made eight saves for the Wildcats.

“The trouble right now for my boys is we’re getting shots off, but we’re not able to finish,” Plows said.

The Panthers (3-3, 2-3) will travel to Schenevus on Tuesday.

Delhi 1, Walton 0

Mitch Reed’s third goal of the season came four minutes into play and lifted host Delhi to victory in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

David Burgin set up Reed’s goal.

Leon Cohen made five saves for the Bulldogs (3-1), who will host Greene on Friday.

Margaretville 7, Gilboa 0

The unbeaten Blue Devils received three goals from Cooper Reither and two apiece from Matt VanValkenburg and Kyle Short en route to a Delaware League win at home.

Short opened the scoring five minutes into play off an assist from VanValkenburg.

Reither extended the lead to 2-0 off an assist from Sam Gil.

Margaretville (4-0, 3-0) will host its Nelson Invitational on Friday and Saturday. The host school will play Coleman Catholic at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Downsville and Tri-Valley will meet in the first semifinal at 5:30 p.m.

Franklin 4, RS 0

Nate Moon scored twice for the Purple Devils, who earned a Tri-Valley League road victory.

Gabe Latoroca opened the scoring for Franklin, which also received a goal from Derek Beers.

On Monday, Richfield Springs defeated Gilbertsville-Mount Upton, 2-1.

Tommy Worobey scored just before halftime to give the Indians a 2-1 lead.

Worcester 2, Laurens 2

Visiting Laurens scored twice in the last four minutes of regulation to earn a Tri-Valley League tie.

Leif Ericson volleyed in a bouncing ball in the box to cut the Leopards’ deficit to 2-1 with four minutes left. One minute later, Jerry Soucia scored on a 30-yard shot to tie it.

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