Blake Elliott scored off an assist from Peyton Griffiths 4 ½ minutes into play as host Milford defeated Schenevus, 1-0, Tuesday in a Tri-Valley League boys soccer game.
Griffiths sent a throughball that Elliott one-timed into the goal from 18 yards.
“That was a nice goal,” Milford coach Frank Spurchise said.
Robert Burton made 12 saves for Schenevus.
“(Burton) did a great job and Dave Vosatka, he played sweeper for them tonight, did a great job as well,” Spurchise said. “They’re real strong back there.”
Milford (11-2, 10-1) will travel to Worcester on Friday. Then on Monday, the Wildcats will travel to Cherry Valley-Springfield in a game that could decide the East Division title.
Edmeston 1, Morris 0
Dante Cornnell scored the winning goal five minutes into the second half to lead Edmeston to a Tri-Valley League victory on the road.
Linton Wainright settled a corner kick before laying it back to Cornnell, who scored from 10 yards.
Aidan Staib made 13 saves for the Mustangs (6-4-2, 6-4-2), who will play at Franklin on Friday.
Walton 4, Afton 1
Nate Pieper scored two goals to lead host Walton to a Midstate Athletic Conference win.
Afton opened the scoring two minutes into play when Conor Graven-Briggs converted a throughball from James Westfall.
Tyler Rubera tied it with 15 minutes left in the half off a cross from Jared Beach. Rubera finished with two assists and Beach also scored for the Warriors. Pieper scored the go-ahead goal from 22 yards with six minutes left in the first half.
Walton (10-4, 8-4) will host Delhi on Friday.
Greene 1, B-G 0
Unbeaten Greene scored with 13 minutes left to win on the road in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
The goal came off a throw-in. Luke Day then sent a pass to Kurt Bartholomew, who curled a 22-yard shot into the upper right corner.
“It was so quick,” Bainbridge-Guilford coach Pete Feltham said of the Trojans’ goal.
The Bobcats (8-6, 7-5) had a chance with two minutes left. Thomas Petrutoni took a shot following a corner kick, but a Greene defender cleared it off the line.
Brandt McCall made 15 saves for the B-G.
“Brandt played very well tonight to keep us in the game,” said Feltham, whose team lost, 7-1, to the Trojans (13-0) earlier this season.
The Bobcats will travel to Afton on Friday.
SK 10, Jefferson 0
In a statistical rarity, the host Rams had 10 players score during their Delaware League victory.
Ty Magnan scored two minutes into play off an assist from Dan Nelson. Four minutes later, Ty Faulk made it 2-0 off an assist from Ryan Sluiter.
Sluiter, Sean O’Connell, Dylan Boest, Brandon Porter, Nelson, Sam Fabrykiewicz, Dan Fronckowiak and Connor Woznick also scored for South Kortright (7-3-2, 5-2), which will travel to Hunter-Tannersville on Thursday.
Logan Pasa made 13 saves for Jefferson.
Owen D. Young 3, Cooperstown 1
Max Clinton gave host Cooperstown a one-goal lead 17 minutes into play, but Owen D. Young rallied for a Center State Conference victory.
Clinton ran onto a corner kick that was deflected by an Owen D. Young defender and one-timed it inside the far post to make it 1-0.
Owen D. Young (9-2, 7-1) tied it three minutes later on an 8-yard shot from Matthew Cristman. Ryan Crouse gave the visitors a 2-1 lead seven minutes before halftime, collecting a loose ball in the box before scoring.
It stayed that way until Dustin Monk scored on a breakaway with eight minutes to go.
Cooperstown (7-5, 6-4) held a 14-10 advantage in shots.
“They actually had more quality shots than we did,” Cooperstown coach Frank Miosek said.
Cooperstown will travel to Vernon-Verona-Sherrill for a non-league game Friday.
Unatego 7, Oxford 0
On Senior Day, six 12th-graders scored for host Unatego in its Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Jasper Humprhies, Johnathan Forte, Nate Kafchinski, Tristin Roefs, Ryan Carson and Spencer Wilson were the six seniors who scored. Junior Cody Manzanero also had a goal for the Spartans.
It marked Carson’s first varsity goal.
Jasper Humphries scored 5:40 into play. He dribbled up the side, turned toward the goal before scoring into the upper corner for a 1-0 lead. Manzanero made it 2-0, scoring to the lower corner 12 minutes before halftime.
The Spartans (8-3-2, 7-3-2) will travel to Edmeston today in a Coaches vs. Cancer game.
UV 4, Norwich 2
Senior David Schwab scored goals 34 seconds apart midway through the first half as host Unadilla Valley earned a Midstate Athletic Conference on Senior Day.
Both goals came on breakaways, the first after receiving a long punt by goalie Kyle King and the second off a pass from Johnny Schermerhorn.
Conor Pope converted a penalty kick to give the Storm a 3-0 lead at halftime.
Nate Shackelton also scored for UV (8-5), which has its highest win total in eight years.