Paul Clark and Kyle Moorby scored Thursday as host Davenport topped Stamford, 2-0, in a Delaware League boys soccer game.
Clark converted a pass from Michael Libby with eight minutes left in the first half for a 1-0 lead. Moorby scored in the second half off a pass from Cody Wamsley for the final margin.
Chris Kopf stopped three shots in the shutout for the Wildcats (5-1, 2-1), who finished with a 22-7 advantage in shots.
Davenport hosts the first round of the Chic Walshe Tournament on Saturday and plays Cooperstown at 4 p.m.
SK 4, Windham 1
Dan Nelson scored twice in the first half, which ended with host South Kortright ahead, 4-0, en route to a Delaware League victory.
Ty Magnan set up Nelson’s first goal, which came nine minutes into play. Nelson then scored unassisted with 18 minutes to go before halftime. Ryan Sluiter and Griffin Metzko also had first-half goals for the Rams (3-1-2, 2-1), who play Worcester in the opening round of Davenport’s Chic Walshe Tournament at noon Saturday.
Aidan Cohane scored in the second half for Windham, which was outshot, 14-4.
Roxbury 3, H-T 1
Kris Walcutt finished with a goal and an assist to lead visiting Roxbury to a Delaware League win.
Joey Radcliffe scored from 25 yards with four minutes remaining in the second half for the Wildcats.
Chris Clark and Charlie Dietrich contributed one goal apiece for Roxbury.
Hunter-Tannersville (2-4, 1-3) will play Roxbury in the H-T Booster Club Tournament at 2 p.m. Saturday. Stamford and Windham play the other opener at 10 a.m. Saturday.
UV 3, Oxford 0
Kyle King made seven saves as Unadilla Valley earned its third shutout of the season with a Midstate Athletic Conference win at home.
David Schwab, Jared Hanslmaier and Mason Alford scored for the Storm, which resumed the suspended game with a 1-0 lead and 5:02 left in the opening half. Lightning halted the game Sept. 12.
Schwab scored before the suspension Sept. 12. Hanslmaier made it 2-0 off a corner kick by Conor Pope three minutes after the game resumed Thursday.
Alford one-touched in a pass from Brendan Brooker (two assists) in the second half for his first varsity goal.