Tuesday’s winners will play for the STAC title at the smaller school Thursday at a time to be determined, Brannan said.
Oneonta closes its regular season against host Seton Catholic Central at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at B.C. United Fields.
Morris 2, Franklin 1
Ryan Morlock scored the go-ahead goal with 1:20 left, lifting Morris to a Tri-Valley League road win.
Morlock beat Franklin goalie Turner Thies (seven saves) on a one-on-one to snap a 1-all tie.
Ian Gill opened the scoring 12 minutes into the game for Morris, which received six saves from Aidan Staib. Derek Beers tied it seven minutes later, sending a 25-yard direct kick past a wall of defenders and into the far corner for the Purple Devils (6-6-2, 5-6-2).
Franklin hosts Edmeston on Monday.
Gilboa 2, Stamford 0
Patrick Kuzma and Hunter Grace scored in the first and second halves, respectively, to lead Gilboa to a Delaware League victory at home.
Kuzma converted a cross from Zak Perry with four minutes left in the opening half for the Wildcats (7-7, 3-5), who got an unassisted goal from Grace with 1:10 remaining in the game.
Phillip Berger stopped five shots in the shutout for Gilboa, which hosts Davenport in its regular-season finale Wednesday.
Windham 3, H-T 2
Aiden Cohane scored two goals, including the winner with 6:36 remaining in overtime, to lead host Windham to a victory in the Delaware League.
Cohane also scored the tying goal from 28 yards with 20:14 left in regulation. His decisive goal came off a corner kick from Ed Moran.
Malcolm Seamans opened the scoring midway through the first half, converting a close-range shot to give a double-assist to Windham teammates Moran and Toras Korostil.
Joey Radcliffe converted a throughball from Jake Davis with 5:58 left before halftime to tie the score. Radcliffe then returned the favor, setting up Davis for the go-ahead goal 9:19 into the second half.