On Thursday, Jane Clayton opened the scoring 5 minutes, 3 seconds into the game to put Jefferson ahead, 1-0. Haight tied it with 14:33 remaining before halftime, then scored the go-ahead goal less than four minutes into the second half.
Haight also scored with 21:55 left and again with 16:58 to go for the Wildcats, who also received goals from Jenna Lutz and Bailee Hymers.
Shania Speenburgh made 19 saves for Jefferson, which was outshot, 23-4.
“We played hard in the first half for a 1-1 tie, but we ran out of gas in the second half because we only had 12 players,” said Valens, whose team visits Downsville on Monday.
Davenport hosts South Kortright in the consolation game of the Chic Walshe Tournament at noon Saturday.
CV-S 5, Franklin 2
Jordan Loucks finished with four goals and an assist to lead visiting Cherry Valley-Springfield to a victory in the Tri-Valley League.
Loucks opened the scoring with an unassisted goal 3:08 into the game. Franklin tied it minutes later when Jordan Beers took a pass from Jessie Downin and scored from the 18-yard line.
Loucks’ second goal came with 23:30 remaining in the first half, on an assist by Lauren Loucks, to give the Patriots a 2-1 lead it would take into halftime.
Beers tied the score again on another 18-yarder, this time with 26 minutes left.
Jordan Loucks followed with two goals and Lauren Loucks had another in the second half for CV-S, which received seven saves from Kylie Graham.
“We didn’t make the plays we needed to,” Franklin coach J.J. Laing said. “Therefore, they punished us for those mistakes.”
Marisa Cawley had 12 saves for Franklin (6-2, 6-2), which visits Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Tuesday.
Cooperstown 1, MM 0
Jordian Siver scored the winning goal with 9:08 remaining in the first of two mandatory overtimes to lead visiting Cooperstown to a Center State Conference victory.