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October 5, 2013

Unatego rides QB past Delhi

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Edmeston 5, Laurens 1

Clayton Lyon scored twice, and Austin Axtell, Dante Cornnell and Jordan Cornnell also had goals as host Edmeston cruised in the Tri-Valley League.

Axtell opened the scoring seven minutes into play off an assist from Dante Cornnell.

Jerry Soucia scored for Laurens.

The Panthers (8-3, 7-3) will travel to Morris on Tuesday.

CV-S 2, Schenevus 1

Ben Drugatz scored the decisive goal with 10 minutes left as visiting Cherry Valley-Springfield won in the Tri-Valley League.

Drugatz’s 12-yarder came about six minutes after Noah Russo tied the score with a 6-yarder to the near post.

Corey Roseboom’s header from 8 yards gave the Dragons a 1-0 lead seven minutes into the second half.

Schenevus (6-5-2, 6-4-1) visits Milford on Tuesday.

RS 1, Worcester 1

George Clements scored the tying goal on a 20-yard shot with 4:11 left in regulation, completing a breakaway that helped Worcester to a Tri-Valley League draw at home.

Josh Young scored an unassisted goal from the top of the 18 yard-line 18:30 into the first half for Richfield Springs.

The game was called because of darkness after one scoreless overtime period.

Riley Powers made three saves and Tim Mould had seven for Worcester (1-11-2, 1-9-2), which hosts Cherry Valley-Springfield on Wednesday.

Trenton Dykstra stopped 11 shots for the Indians.

Stamford 4, H-T 1

Greg Mattice finished with a goal and two assists to lead host Stamford to a win in the Delaware League.

Hunter-Tannersville’s Jordan Carol opened the scoring six minutes into play with a 10-yard goal off a pass from Joey Radcliffe.

Dustin King followed with an 8-yard header for Stamford to tie it at 1 with 11:30 remaining in the first half.

Stamford got the go-ahead goal with 4:30 to go before halftime, when Glen Cioccari scored from 4 yards on a pass from K.C. Rockwell.

Mattice and Jesse Hults scored in the second half for Stamford (6-4-1, 4-2), which hosts Downsville on Monday.

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