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October 6, 2012

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Oneonta 3, CF 0

Connor Brown had two goals and an assist to lead Oneonta to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference win on the road.

Brown opened the scoring on a penalty kick with 10 minutes to go in the first half, after he was taken down inside the 18-yard box. Brown then assisted Kragh Delello, who pushed in a throughball with 10 minutes left, and followed with the final goal.

Zach King made eight saves for the Yellowjackets (8-2, 8-2), who host Chenango Valley at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Lloyd F. Baker Field. Oneonta will celebrate Senior Night during the game.

Unatego 2, UV 0

Alex White made five saves for his eighth shutout as undefeated Unatego earned a non-league home victory over Midstate Athletic Conference rival Unadilla Valley.

“The defense is really strong and is doing a nice job,” Unatego coach Eric Miller said. “Alex hasn’t had to work as hard as he has in the past, but he’s making some great saves, too.”

Troy White opened the scoring 3:47 in, scoring from 10 yards following a cross from Jasper Humphries.

Johnathan Fotre also scored for the Spartans (13-0), who host Greene on Wednesday. Miller said Wednesday’s game will determine the regular-season MAC champion. Unatego is 6-0 in MAC play, and defending champion Greene is 5-1.

Kyle King stopped 13 shots for the Storm, which was outshot, 18-7.

Greene 6, Sidney 0

Alex Leone scored four goals to lead Greene to a MAC victory on the road.

Karl Ziegle and Alan Liddle also scored for Greene.

Goalie Wyatt McKee had 25 saves for Sidney (2-10, 0-8), which hosts Walton on Wednesday.

Milford 3, B-G 0

Peyton Griffiths scored twice and Elijah Rutledge contributed a penalty-kick goal as Milford cruised to a non-league victory at home.

Parker Fish (five saves) and Max Lang (four saves) combined on the shutout for the Wildcats (7-3-1), who visit defending Section Four Class D champion Cherry Valley-Springfield on Tuesday. CV-S also shared the Tri-Valley League title with Morris last season.

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