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September 11, 2013

UV boys edge Bobcats; OHS wins big

The Daily Star

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For the second straight year, Unadilla Valley’s Jared Hanslmaier scored the winning goal against Bainbridge-Guilford as the host Storm earned a 1-0 Midstate Athletic Conference boys soccer victory Tuesday.

Hanslmaier scored on a direct kick from just inside the midfield line.

UV coach Ryan Houck wrote in an email that Hanslmaier scored a nearly identical goal last season when UV beat the Bobcats, 1-0.

“Lightning has struck twice!” Houck wrote in the email.

Hanslmaier’s goal Tuesday came with 27 seconds left in the first half.

“Hanslmaier approached the kick and noticed (B-G goalie Brandt) McCall playing far off his line, anticipating a cross,” Houck wrote. “Jared took advantage.”

Hanslmaier’s shot settled into the side netting.

Kyle King stopped nine shots for UV, two more than counterpart McCall.

“In past years, it’s always been the team that has capitalized on mistakes that wins,” Houck wrote of playing B-G, “and this year, we were able to do just that.”

Unatego 4, Walton 0

Johnathan Forte scored twice as host Unatego earned a MAC victory.

Unatego took a 1-0 lead 7 1/2 minutes into play, when Austin Ryan scored on a rebound from close range. About six minutes later, Forte scored into the bottom-right corner after receiving a throughball from Tristin Roefs.

Liam Alvin also scored for the Spartans (3-0-1, 3-0-1), who will travel to Bainbridge-Guilford on Thursday.

Delhi 5, Afton 2

Jake Zinkievich’s two goals and one assist led host Delhi in the MAC.

Mitch Reed and David Burgen had a goal and an assist apiece for the Bulldogs, who also received a goal from Will Merrill.

Connor Briggs scored twice for Afton.

Delhi will travel to Sidney on Thursday.

Oneonta 8, CV 1

Zach Joseph amassed two goals and five assists to lead host Oneonta to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference rout of Chenango Valley at the Wright National Soccer Campus.

Ian Oliver and Kragh Delello contributed two goals apiece for the Yellowjackets (3-0, 3-0), who received one goal and one assist from Peter Paluch.

“Zach had a great night, and once we scored in the second half, it was nice because everybody got to play tonight,” said OHS coach Alex Brannan, whose team took a 3-1 lead into halftime.

Oneonta, which finished with a 30-3 advantage in shots, visits Johnson City on Thursday.

Cooperstown 7, Remsen 1

Jordan Manikas scored four goals to lead Cooperstown to a season-opening victory on the road.

Matt Clinton contributed a goal and an assist for Cooperstown, which outshot Remsen, 21-9, in the Center State Conference Division III game.

Cooperstown hosts Hamilton on Thursday.

Downsville 3, H-T 1

The second of Antonio Gomes’ two goals gave host Downsville a 2-0 lead early in the second half, and the Eagles went on to a Delaware League victory.

Gomes, a senior who qualified state meet in track in the 200 meters this past spring, scored 8 minutes into the second half to make it 2-0. He received a pass from Billy Smith and shot into the lower-left corner.

“It’s definitely a big plus,” Downsville coach Scott Reed said of Gomes’ speed. “He’s very disruptive on the field. Most kids don’t estimate that kind of speed well.”

Mike Tompkins also scored for the Eagles (2-1, 1-0), who will host South Kortright on Thursday.

Chase Plattner scored for Hunter-Tannersville.

Stamford 10, Jefferson 1

Glen Cioccari scored Stamford’s first five goals as the Indians cruised to a Delaware League road victory.

Liam Collins had two goals and one assist and Damian Hill finished with one goal and two assists for Stamford, which also received goals from Coby Fancher and Ken Ward.

Nick Bradley scored in the first half for Jefferson (0-3, 0-1), which will host Margaretville on Thursday.

Roxbury 4, Windham 1

Charlie Dietrich and Chris Walcutt scored two goals apiece in Roxbury’s Delaware League win at home.

Dietrich’s second goal, off an assist from Joe McAfee, broke a 1-all 9 1/2 minutes into the second half.

Roxbury (2-2, 1-0) will travel to Davenport on Thursday.

Jeff Vining scored for Windham.

Margaretville 3, Davenport 0

Colby Russo and Kyle Short scored first-half goals to lead host Margaretville to a Delaware League victory.

Russo’s goal came five minutes into play. He controlled a pass from Sam Gil in the box, took one touch and finished from 8 yards.

Five minutes later, Short finished a pass from Matt VanValkenburg to make it 2-0.

Cooper Reither scored in the second half for the Blue Devils (2-0, 1-0), who will travel to Jefferson on Thursday.


Downsville 3, H-T 0

Kendra Lacey scored twice, Leigha LaTourette scored once, and Kaileen Townsend assisted on all three goals as Downsville won at home in the Delaware League.

“We have quite a bit of offense coming back,” Downsville coach Burt Reed said of forwards Lacey, LaTourette and Townsend.

LaTourette gave the Eagles a 1-0 lead with 23 minutes left in the first half after receiving a throughball from Townsend and finishing inside the left post.

In the second half, Lacey made it 2-0 with 17 minutes left. She scored off a cross from Townsend.

Downsville (3-0, 1-0) will travel to South Kortright on Thursday.

Davenport 5, Margaretville 0

Three goals and one assist from Sarah Haight helped host Davenport to a Delaware League victory.

Bailee Hymers contributed two goals for the Wildcats.

Hymers’ first goal came 5:44 into play. She controlled a loose ball in the box to set up the goal that made it 1-0.

Haight made it 2-0 about 10 minutes into play. She finished a pass from Alyssa Hendrickson.

In the second half, Haight scored on a restart from about 25 yards, scoring into the upper-right corner.

“That was a really nice goal,” Davenport coach Ray Preston said.

The Wildcats (3-0, 1-0) will travel to Roxbury on Thursday.

Stamford 5, Jefferson 0

Kim Freer scored both of Stamford’s first-half goals and finished with three goals and one assist to lead the Indians in the Delaware League.

Freer’s first goal came on a direct kick from 25 yards. She sent a high shot into the left side of the goal. Six minutes later, Freer took a shot that deflected off a Jefferson defender and into the goal.

Gabby Caiazza contributed two goals for the Indians (2-1, 1-0), who’ll play South Kortright at 2 p.m. Saturday in a Stamford Mayor’s Cup game.

Roxbury 4, Windham 3

Devin Fox scored the decisive goal with 5:44 left in the second of two mandatory overtime periods as Roxbury won in the Delaware League to spoil Windham’s season opener on its new field.

Fox followed a long throw-in that keeper Jane Rion (six saves) jumped to intercept, but the Windham senior juggled the ball on the way down. Fox then bodied the ball into the net for the final margin.

“We had a couple good runs after that, but the heat was definitely a factor today,” Windham coach Jim Todaro said. “Two of our players went down with muscle spasms in the last seven minutes. ... The girls left everything they had on the field. I can’t ask for anything more.”

Fox and Shannon Sprague finished with two goals apiece for the Rockets, who won despite getting outshot, 24-12. Roxbury goalie Lisa Boyke made 16 saves.

Caitlyn Lane scored twice and Mattie Seamans had a goal and an assist for the Warriors, who held a 15-6 advantage in corner kicks.

Windham visits Stamford on Monday.

G-MU 2, Laurens 1

Taylor Nichols scored in each half to lift host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton to a Tri-Valley League victory.

Katie Schultes made 19 saves for the Raiders, who were outshot, 16-10.

Lynzi Poje scored in the second half for Laurens, which received 11 saves from Courtney Sherry.