Schenevus 2, Worcester 0
Corey Roseboom scored twice and Robert Burton made eight saves as Schenevus won at home in the Tri-Valley League.
Roseboom dribbled through traffic for an unassisted goal 23 minutes in and capped the scoring with a second-half goal.
“He’s a freshman who has 11 or 12 goals this season,” Schenevus coach Jim Huntington said of Roseboom. “He’s going to be a player.”
Burton earned his sixth shutout for the Dragons (6-5, 6-4), who host Richfield Springs on Oct. 13.
at CV State Park
Harpursville’s Jon Arnold earned medalist honors with a 9-over par 81 to lead the Hornets to the MAC championship at the par-72 Chenango Valley State Park golf course.
Matt Johnson (83) placed second for Harpursville, which won the title by 43 strokes over second-place Sidney, 449-492.
Tim Parsons shot an 84 to place third for Bainbridge-Guilford, which fell a point shy of Sidney in the team standings.
at Stamford GC
Matt Anderson earned medalist honors with a 45 on the par-34 flat 9 as host Stamford won in the Delaware League.
Stamford (2-10) will play its last match of the season at Windham Country Club on Tuesday.
Oneonta 105, Windsor 56
Host Oneonta placed first in every event of its Southern Tier Athletic Conference meet.
Madison Beckmeyer and Steph Havens won two events apiece to pace the Yellowjackets (3-3), who are at Susquehanna Valley next Friday.
Beckmeyer took first in the 200-yard freestyle (2:21.62) and the 500 free (6:15.54). Havens won the 50 free (27.77) and the 100 free (1:01.39).
Sidney 3, Delhi 2
Nicole Rajner and Jillian Hornbeck earned a 7-5, 6-4 victory at first doubles to lead host Sidney to a season-ending victory.
Mariah Pierce and Miranda Gregory won singles matches by forfeit for the Warriors (4-5), who will compete in the Section Four Class C-D Tournament at 9 a.m. Thursday at Bainbridge-Guilford. The tournament also features Delhi, Hancock, Chenango Forks and Elmira Notre Dame.