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October 9, 2012

Late College Roundup

STAFF REPORT

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Delhi 2, Cayuga 0

Assists by Walton graduate Jackie Yambor and Oneonta High graduate Roxy Harrison helped SUNY Delhi’s to a non-conference victory Saturday.

Yambor set up Sarah Stone’s goal with 10 minutes left in regulation that broke a scoreless tie. Harrison passed to Ty Klinker, who scored three minutes later.

The Broncos (7-3-1) host Mohawk Valley on Tuesday in a game that likely will decide the Mountain Valley Conference championship. Delhi is 4-0-1 in conference.

Keuka 7, Cobleskill 0

Visiting Cobleskill fell to 3-9 overall and 3-6 in the NEAC with a road loss Saturday.

The Fighting Tigers were outshot, 40-2. They’ll host SUNYIT on Wednesday.

MEN’S SOCCER

Delhi 4, Cayuga 2

Cherry Valley-Springfield graduate Jake Hoag assisted on the tying goal and scored the go-ahead goal as host SUNY Delhi rallied from a two-goal deficit to win a non-conference game Saturday.

Hoag set up Tom Knowles goal in the 62nd minute that tied the score at three. About six minutes later, Hoag followed his own shot and chipped the rebound over keeper Ajak Bior to make it 3-2.

Greg Butera scored three minutes later for the Broncos (4-9), who have won three of their last four.

Delhi, which also received a goal from Joe Bythrow, travels to Mohawk Valley at 4 p.m. today.

Keuka 5, Cobleskill 0

Host Keuka (7-3, 5-3) scored four times in the second half of its North Eastern Athletic Conference victory Saturday.

Mack Curran (Cooperstown) made 21 saves in the loss.

Cobleskill (3-9-1, 2-5), which was outshot, 35-3, hosts SUNYIT on Thursday.

FIELD HOCKEY

Hartwick 6, Houghton 2

Hartwick scored the last five goals en route to an Empire 8 Conference rout of host Houghton on Saturday.

Hartwick’s Katie Lonsky tied the score at 1 with her 10th goal of the season, which came in the 11th minute.

The Hawks allowed another goal in the 17th minute, but Hiliary Carlson scored back-to-back goals before the first half ended to give Hartwick (6-5, 4-1) the lead for keeps.

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