Morris (3-0, 3-0) will host Cherry Valley-Springfield on Wednesday. The Mustangs beat the Patriots, 1-0, in last year’s Tri-Valley League final.
“With her system, any kids who come up, it’s like they didn’t lose anybody,” Sander said of CV-S coach Terri Adams’ system. “They play good possession soccer and we’re trying to get there.”
Milford 2, Franklin 1
Eli Rutledge scored with three minutes left in the first overtime to lead visiting Milford to a Tri-Valley League win.
Milford’s Blake Elliott scored the first goal from 25 yards in the second half. Joe Nowhitney tied the score for Franklin with 17 minutes left, converting a cross from Damien LaFever to force overtime.
Matt Laing made seven saves for the Wildcats, who held a 15-7 advantage in shots.
Turner Theis finished with 11 saves for the Purple Devils (2-3-1, 1-2-1), who play at Richfield Springs on Wednesday.
CV-S 2, Edmeston 0
Dan Bosma and Jake Spencer scored first-half goals, both assisted by Ben Drugatz, as host Cherry Valley-Springfield improved to 4-0 with a Tri-Valley League victory.
Bosma opened the scoring with 14:06 left in the half. He received a throughball from Drugatz and popped a shot into the goal.
Nearly seven minutes later, Drugatz sent another throughball that found a cutting Spencer, who finished to make it 2-0.
The Patriots held advantages of 15-2 in shots and 10-3 in corner kicks.
“It was windy,” CV-S coach Terri Adams said. “I thought we did alright. We tried to work our short passing game.”
CV-S will travel to Morris on Wednesday in a rematch of last season’s Tri-Valley League title game the Mustangs won, 1-0.
Stamford 2, Windham 1
Colby Fancher and Glen Cioccari scored goals three minutes apart late in the first half as visiting Stamford rallied for a Delaware League.
Aidan Cohane scored off an assist from Zach Meyer with 18:09 left in the opening half to give Windham a 1-0 lead.