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October 4, 2013

Davenport, Margaretville boys win big in DL

Staff Report

Michael Libby scored two goals Thursday to lead host Davenport to a 3-0 Delaware League boys soccer victory over Hunter-Tannersville.

Bailey Banks opened the scoring with 25 minutes, 28 seconds left in the first half, when his 12-yard shot went inside the far post.

A minute later, Libby also shot to the far post, from 18 yards, for a 2-0 lead, which Davenport carried into halftime.

Libby also had a second-half goal for Davenport, which got one save from Kris Kopf in the shutout.

Ryan Radcliffe made seven saves for Hunter-Tannersville (2-8, 1-5), which visits Stamford today.

Margaretville 4, Roxbury 1

Roberto Sarabia had a goal and an assist to lead visiting Margaretville to a win in the Delaware League.

Sarabia made an 18-yarder inside the far post with 16 minutes remaining in the first half. Matt Van Valkenburg, Cooper Reither and Sam Gil each contributed second-half goals for Margaretville, which finished with a 13-4 edge in shots.

Kris Walcutt scored on a 6-yarder to the near post to break up the shutout bid with 18 minutes left.

Roxbury (7-6, 4-3) visits Gilboa on Friday.

Downsville 1, Gilboa 0

Gannon Frisbee scored the winning goal with 33 minutes remaining in the second half to lead visiting Downsville to a victory in the Delaware League.

Frisbee headed in his first varsity goal to the near post, off a corner kick from Billy Smith.

“It was a beautiful goal,” said Downsville coach Scott Reed, who got five saves from Dylan Fisk in the shutout.

Phil Berger stopped five shots for Gilboa, which was outshot, 8-6.

Downsville (7-5, 4-3) visits Stamford on Monday.

Cooperstown 6, Remsen 1

Jordan Manikas had three goals and an assist to lead host Cooperstown to a Center State Conference victory Wednesday.

Max Clinton contributed two goals for Cooperstown (7-3, 6-2), which received three saves from Kevin Frevele.

FIELD HOCKEYSidney 2, Afton 1

Mallory Stillman converted a pass from Katy DeShaw 8:19 into overtime Wednesday as visiting Sidney won a Section Four game.

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