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September 10, 2013

SK boys top Gilboa; Franklin wins

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Ty Magnan and eighth-grader Connor Woznick scored two goals apiece to lead host South Kortright to a 4-2 Delaware League boys soccer victory over Gilboa on Monday.

Gilboa tied the score at 2 15 minutes into the second half. Zach Perry received a pass from Hunter Perry and struck a 12-yard shot from the right side the far post.

Magnan scored the winning goal four minutes later. He tracked down a ball about 40 yards out before beating Wildcats goalie Phil Berger (eight saves) on a breakaway.

With 12 minutes left, Woznick made it a two-goal spread, scoring after a scramble in front of the net.

The Rams (2-0-1, 1-0-1) travel to Downsville on Thursday.

Franklin 2, Laurens 0

A Derek Beers corner kick set up the first goal just before halftime, and Beers scored just after halftime to lead host Franklin in the Tri-Valley League.

Blaine Fairchilds headed in Beers’ corner kick to make it 1-0 with 1:02 left in the first half. Beers then beat a defender across the top of the 18-yard box before scoring to the far post 2:19 into the second half.

The Purple Devils (2-1-1, 1-0-1) visit Morris on Wednesday.

Milford 4, Schenevus 0

Peyton Griffiths had three goals and one assist in Milford’s Tri-Valley League victory.

Griffiths, who had his second three-goal game of the season, opened the scoring three minutes into play.

“They’re definitely solid,” Schenevus coach Jim Huntington said of Milford, which is 3-0. “Their front five or six, they’re very strong.”

Michael Strenck also scored for the Wildcats.

Robert Burton made 12 saves for Schenevus (1-2-1), which visits Worcester on Friday.

CV-S 5, Worcester 0

Ryan Jaquay opened the scoring 23:55 into the match, sparking a four-goal first half for Cherry Valley-Springfield in a Tri-Valley League home win under the lights.

Wyatt Crowley, Jake Spencer and Dan Bosma also scored in the first half for the Patriots (2-0, 2-0), who finished with a 21-1 advantage in shots.

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