Madison Miller scored two goals to lead visiting Oneonta High to a 7-0 girls soccer rout of Norwich on Saturday in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.
Taryn More opened the scoring on a penalty kick with 14 minutes left in the first half. Miller then scored to the far post, off a corner kick from More, two minutes later.
Brieanna Baker, Jackie Pondolfino and Alicia Arcidiacono also scored first-half goals as the Yellowjackets took a 5-0 lead into halftime.
Miller and Nicole Harmer scored in the second half for Oneonta (2-0, 2-0), which visits Chenango Forks at 4:30 p.m. today.
Miller shared 2012 Daily Star Player of the Year honors with teammate Mariah Ruff.
Davenport 1, SK 0
Senior Sarah Haight scored 41 seconds into play as Davenport won a semifinal in the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Emily Whipple started the scoring sequence by serving a ball into the box. Bailee Hymers controlled it as Rams goalie Amber Pinter came out to defend. Hymers’ shot was deflected to Haight, who took a touch before scoring.
“I’m proud and pleased with the effort of our kids,” Davenport coach Ray Preston said. “South Kortright is a very fast and talented team. They’ll be in the mix come sectional time. I give my kids an awful lot of credit for hanging in there.”
Jayra Blanton made eight saves, including a couple of the diving variety, for the Wildcats (2-0), who’ll open up play in the Delaware League on Tuesday at home against Margaretville.
Davenport will play Delhi in the Stamford title game at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Gilboa 1, Roxbury 0
Kim Gockel’s goal three minutes into the second half lifted Gilboa to a losers’ bracket victory in the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Gockel earned possession at the top of the 18-yard box on the right side, took one touch before scoring inside the far post.
Roxbury nearly tied it with about seven minutes left, but Allison McGuire made back-to-back saves to keep it 1-0.
McGuire finished with seven saves. Lisa Boyke stopped nine shots for the Rockets.
Gilboa (1-1) will open league play today against visiting South Kortright.
On Saturday, Gilboa will play Jefferson in a tournament consolation game at 10 a.m.
Downsville 3, LM 1
Kaileen Townsend scored two goals to lead the host Eagles to the title in the Flannery Tournament on Saturday.
Townsend scored her first goal from 25 yards out, finding the left corner with 13 minutes remaining in the first half. Less than two minutes later, she scored again for her fifth goal of the tournament.
Leigha LaTourette scored off a header with nine minutes to play for Downsville (2-0), which hosts Hunter-Tannersville on Tuesday.
Sullivan West 2, Walton 1
Katie Maguire scored on a penalty kick with 15 minutes seconds left in the first half to tie the score at 1 for Walton, but Sullivan West scored the winner 26 seconds into second half to win the consolation game of the Flannery Tournament at Downsville.
Walton (0-3) will travel to Unatego on Wednesday.
Sidney failed to score in the Greene Tournament, following a 3-0 first-round loss to Susquehanna Valley with a 2-0 setback against Windsor in the consolation game.
Backup goalie Carlee Bargher made 10 saves against SV, which took a 2-0 lead into halftime.
Bargher also made six saves against Windsor but gave up two breakaway goals to Sheree Baker in the second half.
“Carlee has done a great job in Jo’s absence, especially since she has had no formal training (as a goalie),” Sidney coach Jody Gravelin said, referring to injured goalie Jolene Krom (mild concussion). “Carlee is an athlete and has good instincts. She made a few great saves over the weekend.”
The Warriors host Delhi on Wednesday.
Schenevus 2, SK 2
Shootout goals by Dave Vosatka, Corey Roseboom and Jacob Darling allowed Schenevus to advance in a second-round game of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup after it tied South Kortright, 2-2.
The Dragons won the shootout, 3-1.
“It was a back-and-forth game,” Rams coach Bob VanValkenburgh said. “It was a good game.”
Dylan Boest scored the lone goal of the first half for SK. Ty Magnan then gave the Rams a 2-0 cushion one minute into the second half, converting a crossing pass from Dan Nelson from 12 yards.
Vosatka halved Schenevus’ deficit before Darling tied it with 17 minutes left in regulation. Darling scored from 6 yards after controlling a loose ball in the box.
The Rams held a 17-6 advantage in shots. Schenevus keeper Robert Burton made 13 saves.
SK (1-0-1) will host Gilboa today.
Davenport 7, Stamford 0
Michael Libby and Cody Wamsley scored two goals apiece to lead Davenport to a second-round victory in the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Each also had an assist for the Wildcats, who got a goal and two assists from Kyle Moorby.
Chris Kopf made two saves in the shutout fo Davenport, which will play Schenevus at 8 p.m. Saturday for the championship. Stamford (1-1) will play South Kortright on Saturday in the consolation game.
Gilboa 4, Laurens 0
Patrick Kuzma scored two goals to lead Gilboa to a victory in the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Brett Potter and Hunter Grace contributed a goal apiece for the Wildcats (1-1), who play Roxbury on Saturday.
Cody White had 15 saves for Laurens, which plays Jefferson on Saturday.
Roxbury 6, Jefferson 0
Kris Walcutt scored four goals as Roxbury cruised to a victory in the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Joe McAfee and Tristian Mulder each scored for the Rockets (1-2), who faces Gilboa on Saturday.
Jefferson (0-2) plays Laurens on Saturday.
Franklin 4, FS 2
Derek Beers scored two goals to lead the Purple Devils to victory in the Campbell Tournament consolation game at Downsville.
Damien LaFever scored with 5:46 to go in the first half, off a pass from Beers.
Beers’ first goal came with 1:16 left in the first half as he converted a pass from Nate Moon.
Family School’s Paul Waters scored from midfield 6 seconds after Beers’ goal. Waters added his second goal with 5 seconds remaining in the first half as the teams headed into halftime tied at 2.
Beers and Fairchilds each scored in the second half for Franklin (1-1-1, 0-0-1), which hosts Laurens today.
Walton 4, Downsville 0
Nate Pieper scored twice, and Cameron Murphy and Jared Beach each had a goal and an assist as Walton won the championship game of the Campbell Tournament at Downsville.
Pieper opened the scoring 15 minutes into play. He took a low shot from 20 yards that goalie David Doig got a piece of, but the ball trickled over the line.
Four minutes later, Beach finished a pass from Murphy to make it 2-0.
Doig finished with nine saves, as did counterpart Dylan Walley.
Walton (3-0) will travel to Unatego on Tuesday.
Maine-Endwell’s boys and girls won titles in Oneonta High’s Dave “Flash” Forbes Invitational at Fortin Park.
M-E’s boys, led by race winner Cody Brizzolara, finished with 19 points. Chenango Forks had 111 and Oneonta was third with 115.
Brizzolara completed the 2.65-mile course in 14 minutes, 36 seconds.
The first area runner to cross was Delhi’s Declan Kottmeier, who finished sixth in 15:45. OHS’ Logan Mancuso placed seventh in 15:46.
Mancuso’s teammate, Sam Baskin, placed 16th in 16:22. Alex Legg of Delhi finished 15th in 16:21.
Afton’s Joe DeVona finished 18th in 16:23 and Edmeston’s Jake Tomlins was 23rd in 16:54.
M-E’s girls had 42 points to beat runner-up Union-Endicott by 38.
Chenango Forks’ Emily Niman placed first in 18:25.
The host school received respective fifth- and eighth-place finishes from Missy Emilio (19:49) and Nika Ficano (20:07).
Katie Aikens of Delhi was sixth in 19:59 and Afton’s Daphne Knapp placed seventh in 20:00.
Unadilla Valley’s Nicole Mackey finished 11th in 20:16.
Senior captain Hannah Wood scored four goals Friday to lead Sidney to a 7-0 victory over the host school in the first round of the 31st annual Sherburne-Earlville Tournament.
Wood broke the program record for all-time goals with her performance. She has five goals this season and 60 overall. The latter eclipsed Melissa Peck’s all-time Sidney record of 56 goals, which she had held since 1995.
Wood’s record-breaking goal came on a breakaway from midfield. She also had an assist en route to all-tournament honors, which Wood shared with teammates Mallory Stillman, Mekayla Wakeman and Connor Decker.
The Warriors went on to fall, 1-0, in overtime to Morrisville-Eaton in Saturday’s title game. Sidney goalie Kelsey Decker made two saves in each game.
Walton 6, S-VE 1
Kiley Lamoreaux had four goals and an assist to lead Walton to a consolation victory Saturday in the Windsor Tournament.
MaKayla Klinger scored the decisive goal with one minute left in the first half, deflecting in Lamoreaux’s shot on a penalty corner from the left post.
Walton’s Cassie Huntress opened the scoring 10 minutes into play with an unassisted goal from the top of the circle, but S-VE’s Lucca Glaser tied it with eight minutes to go before halftime.
Lamoreaux and Huntress made the all-tournament team for the Warriors, who visit Afton on Wednesday.
Afton 3, Greene 2
Amanda Greenwood had 11 kills to lead host Afton to a 25-18, 25-21, 11-25, 21-25, 25-19 Midstate Athletic Conference victory Friday.
Alisha Hubbard contributed 11 digs and eight assists for the Crimson Knights (1-2), who host Hancock at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Christianne Philippone’s eight kills and two blocks paced the Trojans (2-2), who visit Bainbridge-Guilford on Tuesday.