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October 14, 2013

OHS suffers through painful weekend


Brandy Fane scored from 20 yards five minutes into play for Stamford, which finishes the season with an overall record of 4-9-1, and 2-6-1 in the Delaware League.

Cooperstown 6, Middleburgh 2

Liz Millea scored four goals to lead visiting Cooperstown to a Center State Conference victory.

Sarah Jane Morsko opened the scoring for Cooperstown. She scored to the far post from 20 yards off an assist from Jordian Siver with 23 minutes remaining in the first half. Two minutes later, Millea scored on a breakaway to give Cooperstown a 2-0 cushion at halftime.

Millea scored her second and third goals in the first 6:30 of the second half for Cooperstown (8-4-1, 3-4-1), which visits Dolgeville on Wednesday.

Delhi 2, B-G 0

Melissa Conrad and eighth-grader Logan Bruce scored in the second half Friday as Delhi celebrated Senior Night with a MAC victory at home.

Conrad beat B-G keeper Megan Ferrara (13 saves) to a 50-50 ball for a 6-yard goal midway through the second half. Bruce converted a pass from Casey Steffens less than two minutes later for the insurance goal.

Kaitlynn Finch made five saves for the Bulldogs, who held a 13-2 advantage in shots. Delhi plays Sidney on Tuesday, then meets B-G on Wednesday in a MAC crossover.


Oneonta 4, Seton 0

Kragh Delello scored three goals and Zach Joseph had one as Southern Tier Athletic Conference East Division champion Oneonta High won on the road.

The Yellowjackets capped their regular season with an 11-3 record.

Delello scored about 10 minutes into play to give OHS a 1-0 lead. It started with a scramble in front of the net. Seton Catholic Central goalie deflected a shot that went off of Delello and caromed back into the goal.

About two minutes later, four Yellowjackets had a hand in the second goal. J.D. Courtney sent a pass to Joseph, who sent a long pass across the field that Theo Malone tracked down. Malone took a touch toward the end line before sending a cross in front of the goal that Delello headed into the goal.

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