Two goals from sophomore Cody Wamsley helped Davenport to a 3-1 boys soccer victory over Schenevus in the championship game of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup on Saturday.
The Wildcats, who placed Wamsley, Matt Finne, Kyle Moorby and Travis Briggs on the all-tournament team, improved to 4-1 on the season.
Wamsley gave Davenport a 1-0 lead in the first half off an assist from Moorby. Paul Clark made it 2-0 1:31 into the second half. He controlled a throw-in from Briggs and one-timed into the goal.
About eight minutes later, Wamsley gave Davenport a three-goal cushion. Eric Merwin took a shot from the right side of the field that bounced out to Wamsley, who drove a hard shot into the goal from 12 yards.
“I’m happy with what we’ve accomplished so far,” said Davenport coach Deb Moorby, whose roster includes three seniors. “We’re working well together and passing well. We have a few players who play travel soccer together so that helps.”
Schenevus capped the scoring with about six minutes left, when Corey Roseboom scored on a rebound.
John Miller, Dave Vosatka and Jacob Darling made the all-tournament team for the Dragons.
Davenport will host Stamford on Thursday.
Stamford 1, SK 1
Glen Cioccari scored with 27 minutes remaining in the second half as the Indians tied South Kortright in the third-place game of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Dustin King sent a cross from the top of the 18-yard box to Cioccari, whose header to the far post gave Stamford a 1-0 lead.
Griff Metzko scored with 9 ½ minutes left to tie the score. Sam Fabrykiewicz assisted Metzko’s goal.
Stamford (2-1-1, 1-0) will visit Windham today.
B-G 6, Norwich 1
Kyle Hanvey scored three goals to lead visiting Bainbridge-Guilford to a non-league victory.
All three of Hanvey’s goals came in the first half as the Bobcats took a 5-1 lead. Jake Cuozzo and Daniel Norris also scored in the first half for B-G.