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September 25, 2013

Margaretville boys thump Stamford in DL, 8-3

The Daily Star

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Matt Van Valkenburg finished with three goals and three assists Tuesday, leading visiting Margaretville to an 8-3 boys soccer victory over Stamford in the Delaware League.

Colby Russo opened the scoring from 12 yards with a minute to go in the first half, converting a pass from Van Valkenburg.

Van Valkenburg scored his first goal two minutes into the second half, off a throughball from Cooper Reither, who later scored as well.

Margaretville added two more goals inside the second minute of the half, both coming from Victor Sarabia. Sam Gil and Van Valkenburg scored the last two goals for the Blue Devils.

Greg Mattice had three goals for Stamford (4-3-1, 2-2), which plays Roxbury in the championship game of the Hunter-Tannersville Tournament at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Davenport 4, Windham 0

Kyle Moorby had a goal and an assist to lead Davenport to a Delaware League victory on the road. Josh Davie scored the first goal with 19 minutes left in the first half, off a pass from Moorby inside the box. Moorby then converted a penalty kick with eight minutes to go in the half after a handball in the box.

Aaron Schubert and Cody Wamsley scored in the second half for the Wildcats, who got six saves from Chris Kopf.

Luke Ramussen finished with 11 saves for Windham (0-6, 0-5), which plays Hunter-Tannersville in the consolation match of the H-T Tournament at 10 a.m. Saturday.

SK 4, Roxbury 0

Griff Metzko and Ryan Sluiter scored two goals apiece as visiting South Kortright won in the Delaware League.

Jacob Davis made eight saves for Roxbury (5-5, 3-2), which faces Stamford in the championship game of the Hunter-Tannersville Tournament at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Gilboa 4, Jefferson 0

Zak Perry scored twice to lead visiting Gilboa to a Delaware League victory.

Pat Kuzma and Hunter Grace also scored for the Wildcats, who got a combined shutout from Philip Berger (two saves) and Kuzma (three saves).

Winless Jefferson visits Davenport on Thursday.

Franklin 1, Worcester 0

Nate Moon scored the decisive goal off a pass from Matt DeAngelo to lead Franklin to a Tri-Valley League victory on the road.

DeAngelo’s pass put Moon in on a breakaway for a 12-yard goal with 18 minutes left.

“Both teams had opportunities, we just couldn’t connect,” said Worcester coach Steve Fancher, whose team failed to beat Franklin goalie Turner Thies (three saves).

The Wolverines (1-5-1, 1-4-1) visit Edmeston on Thursday.

Edmeston 4, Schenevus 1

Austin Plows scored two goals to lead visiting Edmeston to a Tri-Valley League win.

Schenevus’ David Vosatka opened the scoring six minutes in from 12 yards, off a pass from Robert Burton.

The Panthers tied it eight minutes later, when Linton Wainright headed in a cross from Clayton Lyon. Plows then scored back-to-back goals at the 12- and 13-minute marks, off passes from Austin Axtell.

Dante Cornnell scored Edmeston’s final goal with 10 minutes to play.

Schenevus (4-4-2, 4-3-1) hosts Morris on Friday.

Milford 5, Laurens 0

Peyton Griffiths finished with a goal and an assist to lead visiting Milford to a victory in the Tri-Valley League.

Michael Strenck shot from 6 yards to the far post, assisted by Griffiths, with 20 minutes left in the first half.

Griffiths and Brian Atwell each contributed goals in the first half for Milford, which outshot Laurens, 15-2.

Milford (7-1, 6-1) plays Margaretville at the Wright National Soccer Campus at noon on Saturday.

CV-S 2, G-MU 0

John Spencer and Kurt Pressley each scored to lift visiting Cherry Valley-Springfield to a victory in the Tri-Valley League.

Austin Burnside made 10 saves for Gilbertsville-Mount Upton (2-3-2, 2-3-2), which faces Sherburne-Earlville in the first round of the Greene Tournament at 5 p.m. Friday.

Delhi 3, Oxford 0

Mitch Reed scored twice in the first half, when Alex Cantwell had a goal and an assist to help Delhi to a MAC win on the road.

Anthony Adamo made three saves in the shutout for the Bulldogs (3-2), who held an 18-4 advantage in shots.

Delhi hosts Bainbridge-Guilford on Thursday.