Gilboa 4, H-T 1
Hunter Grace scored twice for host Gilboa, which got a goal and an assist from Christian Cooper in a Delaware League win.
Chase Plattner scored for Hunter-Tannersville, which was outshot, 17-4.
Gilboa (2-2, 1-1) plays Roxbury at noon Saturday in the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Oxford and host Unadilla Valley nearly made it through a full half before their Midstate Athletic Conference game was postponed because of thunder. UV coach Ryan Houck said the game was called 5:02 ahead of halftime and will be resumed at a later date.
The following boys soccer games were postponed Thursday because of poor weather: Margaretville at Jefferson (4:15 p.m. today); Walton at Afton (4:30 p.m. today); South Kortright at Downsville (4:15 p.m. Sept. 25); Oneonta at Johnson City (4:30 p.m. Oct. 11); Unatego at Bainbridge-Guilford (no new date); Delhi at Sidney (no new date); Hamilton at Cooperstown (no new date).
Davenport 3, Roxbury 1
Sarah Haight opened and closed the scoring to lead Davenport to a Delaware League win on the road.
Haight snapped a scoreless tie 4:44 into the second half and made it 3-1 with a 25-yarder over Roxbury keeper Lisa Boyke (four saves) with 17:40 left.
Emily Whipple also scored for the Wildcats, who received two saves from Jayra Blanton.
Chloe O’Shaughnessy had a goal for the Rockets (1-4, 1-1), who host Gilboa on Monday.
Gilboa 1, H-T 0
Jana Traver converted a pass from Kim Goeckel 4 1/2 minutes into the game and Gilboa held on for a Delaware League victory.
The decisive play started with a throw-in to Goeckel, who drew the H-T defense away from the goal. Goeckel then passed to a wide-open Traver, who beat goalie Samantha Dibbell (14 saves).
Allison McGuire made four saves in the shutout for Gilboa.
Hunter-Tannersville visits Jefferson on Monday.
The following girls soccer games were postponed Thursday because of poor weather: Downsville at South Kortright (4:15 p.m. today); Jefferson at Margaretville (4:15 p.m. Tuesday).