Despite the win, Davenport (10-4, 5-3) was eliminated from the Upper Division race, which Margaretville (9-3-1, 6-1-1) clinched by tying Downsville, 1-1.
The Wildcats opened the scoring 10:23 into play. Eighth-grader Kacie Hymers received a cross from her sister Bailee and scored from 6 yards.
Less than four minutes later, Haight received a long throughball from Kassie Jeffers and scored to make it 2-0.
Preston singled out the defensive efforts of Abby Wood and Melissa Sperry, who marked SK standouts Tori Rockefeller and Brianna Laing, respectively.
“They did a nice job,” Preston said. “Kortright is a very good team. (Coach) Josh (Burroughs) has done a real good job with them. I really want to give credit to our kids. Both teams played hard and and we got the goals.”
Davenport plays at Margaretville on
Oneonta 12, Norwich 0
Dani Nicosia had two goals and three assists as Oneonta won a Southern Tier Athletic Conference game on the road.
Taryn More and Mariah Ruff also had two goals each as the Yellowjackets outshot Norwich, 36-0.
McKenna Rowe, Nicole Harmer, Jen Jelic, Abby Picinich and Meg Burns also scored for Oneonta (11-2, 11-0), which is at Susquehanna Valley today.
The Yellowjackets, winners of the STAC East Division title, clinched the top seed among STAC East/Central teams for the STAC playoffs.
Oneonta will travel to the West Division champion Oct. 17 and if it wins that, the Yellowjackets will host the STAC final against Vestal or Owego in search of their second straight league championship.
Gilboa 1, Stamford 0
Ashleigh Jaeger scored with 1:30 left in the first half and host Gilboa went on to a Delaware League victory.
Jaeger worked a give-and-go with Abigail Gockel in the middle of the field. Jaeger scored on a low shot inside the left post.
Gilboa (7-4-2, 4-3-1) travels to Downsville on Friday.
G-MU 3, Worcester 0
Lauren Hill scored 45 seconds into play, and Tori Hutzley and Whitney Gilbert also scored for host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton in its Tri-Valley League victory.
Hill finished a corner kick from Mackenzie Talbot.
Hutzley made it 2-0 with 28:35 left in the second half. She scored from 6 yards off pass from Elaina Palada.
The Raiders (5-8) will finish their season Friday at Edmeston.