Sarah Haight scored the winning goal with less than two minutes left Tuesday, lifting Davenport to a 2-1 girls soccer edging of Windham in the Delaware League.
Haight scored unassisted with 1 minute, 16 seconds left to secure the victory for the Wildcats.
“We shut her down for a good 30 minutes, and then she scores from 30 yards just like that,” Windham coach Jim Todaro said of Haight, who also scored the tying goal in the first half.
Natalie Vining opened the scoring with 25:38 remaining in the first half for Windham.
Haight tied it with a shot from the 18 yard-line, off a pass from Emily Whipple, three minutes later.
Jayra Blanton stopped six shots for Davenport (7-1, 4-0), which visits Jefferson on Thursday.
Jane Rion made three saves for the Warriors (2-3, 1-3), who travel to Downsville on Friday.
SK 8, Roxbury 2
Brianna Laing scored three goals to lead host South Kortright to a victory in the Delaware League.
Tori Rockefeller and Laing each scored twice in the first half. Rockefeller scored unassisted 42 seconds into the game and later assisted Laing in the seventh minute, helping the Rams to a 6-2 cushion at halftime.
“We moved the ball well,” South Kortright coach Josh Burroughs said.
The Rams (7-2, 5-0) face host Davenport in the consolation game of the Chic Walshe Tournament on Saturday.
Gilboa 4, Jefferson 0
Kim Gockel scored two goals to lead host Gilboa to a Delaware League victory.
Meghan Eisel shot from 7 yards out to the far post for a goal assisted by Hannah Havrish with 12:24 remaining in the first half.
Gockel scored twice in the second half for the Wildcats, who received three assists from Hannah Havrish.
Gilboa (7-2, 4-1) visits Stamford on Friday.
Shania Speenburgh had 10 saves for Jefferson.
Margaretville 2, Stamford 1
Elia Tanzer converted a pass from Cora Bruno with 12:49 left, lifting host Margaretville to its first win in the Delaware League.