The victory earned the seventh-seeded Rams (10-4-2) a quarterfinal matchup at No. 2 Cherry Valley-Springfield (15-1) on Saturday. The time for the game has not been set.
Of Fabrykiewicz’s winner, SK coach Bob VanValkenburgh said: “He hit a rocket from about 24 yards out.”
Stamford, the No. 10 seed, tied the score at 3 with nine minutes left. Dustin King headed in a crossing pass from Glen Cioccari.
“Give Stamford credit,” VanValkenburgh said. “They came back and tied it up. It was a real good ballgame today.”
Liam Collins gave the Indians a 1-0 lead six minutes into play. He finished a pass from Cioccari. SK tied it 15 seconds later when Ryan Sluiter scored off an assist from Fabrykiewicz.
The Indians (8-6-1) made it 2-1 on a penalty kick by Cioccari late in the first half.
Fabrykiewicz and Ty Lamport then scored consecutively in the second half to give SK a 3-2 lead.
“I saw them a little bit Saturday,” VanValkenburgh said of CV-S’ 3-2 overtime win against Edmeston in the Tri-Valley League final. “It’s going to be a tough matchup, but this time of the year you’re just happy to keep playing. They play a possessive game, so you can’t key on one guy. It should be a good game.”
Davenport 1, Franklin 0
Michael Libby’s goal with 25 minutes left in the first half helped host Davenport to a Section Four Class D first-round victory.
Bailey Banks set up the goal for the third-seeded Wildcats (13-3), who will play host to sixth-seeded Milford on Saturday at a time to be announced.
Banks had possession just outside the penalty box before sending a throughball to Libby, who touched it twice along the right side of the box before scoring on a hard shot inside the far post.
“It was such a quick shot at the edge of the 6,” Davenport coach Deb Moorby said.