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October 10, 2013

Yellowjackets clinch division title with 2-1 win at Windsor


Kragh Delello scored the winning goal with six minutes to play in the second half to lift Oneonta High to a 2-1 Southern Tier Athletic Conference boys soccer victory at Windsor on Wednesday.

The Yellowjackets (10-2), the defending STAC champions, clinched the East Division title.

Delello beat two defenders after receiving a throughball from Ian Oliver and scored from 15 yards.

Peter Paluch scored eight minutes into play to give the Yellowjackets a 1-0 lead. Paluch headed in a crossing pass from Delello.

Sebastian Wells tied the score two minutes later for the Black Knights. He scored from close range after receiving a cross from Jason Schmidt.

Oneonta (10-2) will play at Johnson City on Friday.

Margaretville 4, Windham 0

Roberto Sarabia finished with a goal and two assists to lead host Margaretville to a Delaware League victory.

Sarabia made it 1-0 just four minutes in on a 20-yard shot. Ten minutes later Matt Van Valkenburg scored from 12 yards off an assist from Sarabia.

Victor Mendoza and Cooper Reither also scored for the Blue Devils, who held a 23-5 advantage in shots.

Luke Rasmussen made 15 saves for Windham.

Margaretville (14-0, 8-0) will play at Downsville on Friday.

Stamford 1, Roxbury 0

Glen Cioccari scored the winning goal with four minutes left in the second half to lead host Stamford to a Delaware League victory.

Cioccari settled a pass from Tyler Townsend before scoring to the far post from 10 yards.

Jacob Davis made five saves for Roxbury.

Stamford (7-4-1, 5-2) will play at Gilboa on Friday.

Delhi 4, Afton 2

Mitch Reed scored three goals to lead visiting Delhi to a Midstate Athletic Conference win.

Josh Shepard opened the scoring on a penalty kick 26 minutes into the first half. Reed made it 2-0 five minutes later after volleying in a bouncing ball from 10 yards.

Afton made it 2-1 seven minutes later, when Conor Graven-Briggs converted a breakaway.

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