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October 5, 2012

Eagles down Davenport girls, 2-1

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Downsville (11-0-1, 6-0) hosts Margaretville on Wednesday.

Stamford 4, Roxbury 2

Cassie Ehrhart scored three goals to lead host Stamford to a Delaware League victory.

“This is typical for her,” Stamford coach Jeff Gearhart said. “We brought her up in the eighth grade and she played left wing for us the first three years. We’d still have her there ideally, but the past two years, we needed her at center mid.

“She has a left foot that is just a rocket,” he continued. “She can hit the ball from anywhere and put it on goal. Two of her goals tonight were from way outside the box.”

Cristina Chiarappa and Bailey O’Donnell scored for Roxbury.

Erin Hull had the other goal for Stamford (7-5, 4-3), which is at Laurens at 2 p.m. Saturday for a non-league game.

SK 4, Jefferson 0

Brianna Laing scored twice as South Kortright (9-3-1, 6-1) cruised to a Delaware League win at home. Laing opened the scoring a little more than six minutes in with a shot from inside the box.

Tori Rockefeller and Kaitlyn Stinson also scored for the Rams, who visit Davenport on Wednesday.

Margaretville 4, Windham 2

Tess Svoboda, Cora Bruno, Elia Tanzer and Raeann Bond scored to lead host Margaretville (9-3, 6-1) to a Delaware League win.

Svoboda scored 2:30 in, sending a wet ball through the hands of Windham goalie Jane Rion (12 saves).

Natalie Vining and Mattie Seamans scored for Windham, which was outshot, 16-8.

Margaretville visits Downsville on Wednesday.

Oneonta 8, Windsor 0

Eight Oneonta players scored and four combined on a shutout in goal as the host Yellowjackets rolled to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference victory at the Wright National Soccer Campus.

Mariah Ruff and Shelby Cleaveland each had a goal and an assist to pace the Jackets (9-2, 9-0), who outshot Windsor, 27-0.

OHS hosts Chenango Valley at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Lloyd F. Baker Field.

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