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September 24, 2013

Unatego girls stop Delhi, 2-0

Staff Report

Emily Slawson and Tanner Reed scored Monday for Unatego, which got a combined shutout from two goalies in a 2-0 Midstate Athletic Conference girls soccer defeat of host Delhi.

Slawson opened the scoring on a 20-yard free kick with five minutes to go before halftime, giving the Spartans a 1-0 cushion at the break.

Reed doubled Unatego’s lead 10 minutes into the second half, volleying in a corner kick from Cassidy Newman.

“They’re a strong team and they do well with the passing game,” Delhi coach Matt Albright said of the Spartans (5-2, 3-0), who received six saves from Megan Faulkner and none from Cassidy Fraiser in the shutout.

Kaitlynn Finch finished with eight saves for the Bulldogs (4-3, 2-2), who host Oxford on Wednesday.

Unatego visits Unadilla Valley on Wednesday.

B-G 2, Oxford, 0

Shayla Baldwin bodied in a pass from Cassidy Graham with 4:16 left in the opening half, leading Banibridge-Guilford to a MAC victory at home.

Graham and Kylee O’Hara earned assists on a goal by Abbey Smith midway through the second half for the Bobcats (2-6, 1-3), who held a 31-8 advantage in shots.

Rachel Seiler stopped 15 saves for Oxford (0-4 MAC).

Bainbridge-Guilford hosts Walton on Wednesday, when Oxford visits Delhi.

UV 1, Walton 0

Taylor Davis scored an unassisted goal in the first half for Unadilla Valley, which held on for a MAC win at home.

Abbie Oglesby made three saves in the shutout for the Storm, who outshot the Warriors, 17-3.

Janine Velardi stopped 13 shots for Walton, which visits Walton on Wednesday.

Unadilla Valley hosts Unatego on Wednesday.

Gilboa 2, Margaretville 1

Shelby Oliver’s goal with two seconds left gave Gilboa a Delaware League victory at home.

Kim Gockel drew a foul with 10 seconds to play, setting up Oliver for the go-ahead goal on a 20-yard free kick that beat Margaretville Shannon Fairbairn (six saves).

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