Oneonta High’s girls rebounded from their lone hiccup this season as Taryn More scored three first-half goals to lead the Yellowjackets to an 8-1 Southern Tier Athletic Conference soccer victory at Johnson City on Monday.
More scored the game’s first two goals. She scored nine minutes into play off an assist from Abby Picinich, who crossed the ball into the penalty box from the left side.
Three minutes later, Picinich sent a back-pass to More, who was tripped in the box by the Wildcats sweeper. More scored on the ensuing penalty kick to make it 2-0.
“We’re really starting to get in sync up front,” said OHS coach Jerry Mackey, whose team tied Seton Catholic Central, 1-1, on Tuesday. “We’re starting to understand who is making which run and when.”
OHS led, 5-0, at halftime.
Mallory Herrick finished with two goals, Picinich had a goal and three assists, Taylor Hitchcock contributed a goal and two assists, and Rachel Brown also scored for the Yellowjackets.
“It’s the first of three games this week and realistically, they’re games we should take care of,” said Mackey, whose team will travel to Windsor today before hosting Chenango Valley on Wednesday.
Davenport 2, Delhi 0
Sierrah McAdams and Effia MacClintock scored second-half goals to lead Davenport to a non-league victory at home.
McAdams opened the scoring on a 12-yard shot after receiving a cross from Emily Whipple midway through the second half. MacClintock finished from 12 yards with 1:41 left off a cross from Sarah Haight.
Kaitlynn Finch made seven saves for the Bulldogs.
The Wildcats (9-2, 5-0) will host Hunter-Tannersville on Thursday.
Worcester 1, Schenevus 1
Cierra Ralph scored on a breakaway with 18 ½ minutes left to tie even score for host Worcester, which earned a tie in the Tri-Valley League.
“It was a breakaway at midfield,” Worcester coach Jim Kenyon said. “She took it on in and when the keeper came out, she changed direction and put in the net with about six girls chasing her.”
Schenevus nearly had the winner in the second overtime. Sierra Bentley took two corner kicks, the first to near post that goalie Kerrin O’Shaughnessy deflected out of bounds and the second found the head of Schenevus player, went across to the far post before Worcester’s Molly Doherty cleared it.
Bentley scored with 13 minutes left in the first half. Kassie Jeffers served a direct kick into the penalty box and Bentley squeezed between two defenders to head it into the goal.
O’Shaughnessy, an eighth-grader, finished with 10 saves.
“We didn’t win, but it’s still a big game for us,” said Kenyon, whose is 3-5-2 overall and 2-4-2 in league play.
Worcester will travel to Milford on Wednesday.
Morris 1, Laurens 0
Alexis Forgit scored off an assist from Allison DeStefano with 28:28 left in the second half of Morris’ Tri-Valley League home victory.
Forgit scored into the upper corner after receiving a crossing pass from DeStefano.
Courtney Sherry made 21 saves for the Leopards, who were outshot, 33-3.
Morris (8-2-1, 6-2-1) will travel to Franklin on Wednesday for a key Tri-Valley League West Division matchup.
Roxbury 1, H-T 0
Shannon Sprague’s throughball set up Megan Cronk’s goal with 6:54 left in the first overtime as host Roxbury won in the Delaware League.
Cronk shot to the far corner.
Sam Dibble made 11 saves for Hunter-Tannersville, which was outshot, 14-4.
Roxbury (3-7, 2-3) will host Downsville today.
Downsville 8, Jefferson 0
Leigha LaTourette scored 1:30 into play and host Downsville held a 21-2 advantage in shots en route to a Delaware League triumph.
LaTourette finished a throughball from Kaileen Townsend for the first goal. Kendra Lacey then scored the first of her two goals 16 minutes in off an assist from LaTourette, who finished two goals and three assists.
Townsend had three goals and one assist, and Kaitlyn Kessler also scored for the Eagles (6-2, 2-2), who will travel to Roxbury today.
CV-S 2, RS 0
Lauren Loucks had a goal and an assist after halftime to lead visiting Cherry Valley-Springfield in the Tri-Valley League.
Jordan Loucks scored in the second half for the Patriots, who enjoyed a 29-3 advantage in shots.
Vanessa Miller stoppped 21 shots for Richfield Springs.
CV-S 4, Richfield Springs 0
Jake Spencer and Wyatt Crowley scored goals in the opening eight minutes as host Cherry Valley-Springfield cruised to a Tri-Valley League victory.
Crowley set up Spencer’s goal 4 ½ minutes into play. Crowley sent a crossing pass to Spencer from the left side and Spencer scored to the far post. Pressley then sent a crossing pass that Crowley finished with 32:08 left in the first half.
Ben Drugatz scored twice before the first half ended for the Patriots, who improved to 10-1 overall and 10-0 in league play.
CV-S will play at Schenevus on Friday.
Sidney 4, Walton 1
Justin Charles scored 14 seconds into play and finished with two goals and an assist to lead visiting Sidney to a Midstate Athletic Conference win.
Sidney was outshot, 21-8, but received 15 saves from Wyatt McKee.
Charles’ first goal came on an 8-yard shot on the first possession. Charles then assisted Anthony Ruling’s goal from 10 yards to make it 2-0 with 25 minutes left in the first half. Ruling finished with two goals.
Nate Pieper scored for Walton.
Walton (8-3, 6-3) will visit Greene on Wednesday.
Schenevus 5, Worcester 1
David Vosatka scored three goals to lead host Schenevus to a Tri-Valley League victory. Vosatka, who has a team-high 15 goals, scored two minutes in on a breakaway from 10 yards.
Jacob Darling made it 2-0 with 11 minutes left in the first half off a throughball from Jordan Burton. Corey Roseboom also had a goal for the Dragons (6-4-2, 6-4-1), who will host Cherry Valley-Springfield on Friday.
George Clements scored for Worcester. His goal made it 3-1 10 minutes into the second half.
Morris 4, Laurens 0
Ryan Morlock had two goals and an assist to lead Morris to a Tri-Valley League victory on the road.
Mike Silicato scored 10 minutes into play on a 20-yard shot that tipped off the hand of goalie Zach Schinski (six saves) and into the goal.
Morlock’s crossing pass set up Mike Murphy’s goal five minutes later to make it 2-0.
The Leopards (1-9-1, 1-8-1) will play at Edmeston on Friday.
Downsville 5, Jefferson 0
Five players scored for the visiting Eagles in their Delaware League victory.
Billy Smith, Mike Tompkins, James Eck, Antonio Gomes and Rudy Wally all had goals for Downsville.
B-G 3, Greene 2
Morgan Bullis had 10 kills and three aces to lead host Bainbridge-Guilford to a five-game win in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Rebecca Reyes contributed 11 assists for the Bobcats (8-2), who will travel to Walton today.
Mary Messina finished with 10 kills for the Trojans (2-8), who will host Hancock today.