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October 28, 2013

OHS boys rally to beat Dryden, 3-1


When Dylan Shaffer volleyed in a corner kick by Cooper Reither with 13 minutes remaining in the first half, the Blue Devils had a 2-0 lead.

Short scored from 10 yards to the far post with three minutes left to give Margaretville a 3-0 cushion at halftime. Sarabia assisted the goal.

Five minutes into the second half, Short’s second goal, assisted by Matt Van Valkenburg, made it 4-0. Short then assisted a goal a goal by Van Valkenburg two minutes later. Van Valkenburg scored from 12 yards.

“We played well and took advantage of opportunities,” Margaretville coach Jeremey Marks said.

Ryan Morlock and Sam Ernst scored for ninth-seeded Morris, which finished its season at 9-6-2.

Margaretville (16-0) will play 13th-seeded Gilboa in the semifinals Wednesday at the Wright National Soccer Campus.

Gilboa (10-7) knocked off fifth-seeded Edmeston, 3-1. No other information was available on that game.

“They’re on a roll,” Marks said of Gilboa, which has won five straight.


Lansing 6, Walton 0

A season that saw ninth-seeded Walton win its first division title and advance to the Midstate Athletic Conference final ended in a Section Four Class C quarterfinal against top-seeded Lansing on Saturday at Cortland State.

“We played hard, but they were just a far superior team,” Walton coach Andy Gates said of the 16-1 Bobcats.

Clint Herzog scored twice before the game was eight minutes old.

Herzog scored the far post four minutes into play and then made it 2-0 on a 30-yard with 32:03 left in the first half.

“We’ve been in pretty much every game we’ve played all year,” Gates said. “But they moved the ball extremely well and obviously, they finished many opportunities.”

Dylan Walley made 12 saves for the Warriors, who finished their season at 12-6.


STAC Championships

Sam Baskin and Logan Mancuso finished 23rd and 24th, respectively, to lead Oneonta High’s boys to an eighth-place finish in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference Championships at Owego.

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