Keuka 6, Cobleskill 1
Alex Gerber scored four goals to lead Keuka (7-6-2, 2-5-1) to a NEAC road win Saturday.
Mark Gaetano scored on a free kick in the 16th minute for the Fighting Tigers.
Salisbury 17, Hartwick 0
Salsibury extended a 3-0 halftime lead by scoring on its first two possessions of the second half to beat host Hartwick College in an Empire 8 Conference game Saturday.
Salisbury (5-2, 4-0) is ranked 24th nationally. Hartwick (4-3) fell to 1-3 in conference play.
Joey Jones scored on a 4-yard run to cap the Gulls’ first possession of the second half. John Dunbar’s 12-yard scoring run capped the scoring.
Hartwick seniors R.J. Roth and Bryan Schweitzer combined for 20 tackles, including 1 1/2 sacks.
Salisbury outgained Hartwick, 295-191. The Gulls also forced six turnovers and limited the Hawks to 27 rushing yards on 17 attempts.
Hartwick will host Buffalo State on Saturday in an E8 game that will serve as the Hawks’ Senior Day.
Delhi 3, Genesee 2
Tournament MVP Nicole Welcome scored two goals, including the winner with 4:18 left in overtime, as Delhi won the NJCAA Division III Region III championship Sunday.
Welcome headed in the winning goal inside the far post from 6 yards out, giving an assist to Amanda Petfield.
Tylan Klinker scored off a corner kick from Petfield with 7:12 left in regulation to tie the score at 2.
Welcome also scored from 2 yards off another corner kick by Petfield, pulling the Broncos to 2-1 with 9:38 remaining in regulation.
Genesee Community College took a 1-0 lead on an unassisted, 12-yard goal by Dana Hansen 1:19 into the match. Kaitlyn Bowers followed with an unassisted 8-yarder for a 2-0 Genesee lead with 22:06 to go in the second half.
“We didn’t get frustrated,” said Delhi coach Bob Leary, whose team won despite getting outshot, 14-6. “There is a lot of character on this team.”
Petfield and goalie Lauren Renaud (12 saves) earned All-Tournament Team honors for Delhi (10-5), which will play a first-round game in the NJCAA Division III Tournament against Brookdale CC (15-1) at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 7 at at Tompkins Cortland CC. Brookdale is the top-ranked NJCAA D-III team in the country.