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Photo by Cheryl Clough Milford's Emily Brigham dribbles past Kelly Tiderencel of Schenevus during Friday's Tri-Valley League game at Milford. Brigham scored twice to rally the Wildcats to a 4-3 victory.

Led by the highest-scoring players in The Daily Star's circulation area, the girls from Edmeston and Davenport each improved to 14-0 on the season after earning 6-2 soccer victories Friday.

Edmeston, behind three goals from junior Kori Hamm, won at Tri-Valley League host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton and host Davenport received two goals and two assists to defeat Oxford in a non-league game.

Hamm has an area-best 33 goals _ 17 behind the single-season Section Four record set by Stamford graduate and current Oneonta State women's soccer coach Liz McGrail. Panthers coach Melanie Mumbulo said she believes her team clinched the West Division title with the victory. Edmeston is 9-0 in conference with three league games left. Second-place Franklin has three losses and a tie in division.

Haight, a senior, has 23 goals.

Edmeston 6, G-MU 2

The defending Tri-Valley League and Section Four Class D champion Panthers also received two goals and one assist from Emily Slentz, two assists from Emily Bliss and a goal from Tonya Brownell in taking a 6-0 lead at halftime.

Edmeston plays host to Franklin on Monday.

Calli Hill and Blake Stensland scored in the second half for the Raiders, who became the first team Edmeston has allowed more than one goal to this season.

G-MU (1-13) plays at Morris on Monday.

Edmeston 6, G-MU 2

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Edmeston (14-0, 9-0): Kori Hamm 3-0, Emily Slentz 2-1, Emily Bliss 0-2, Brittany Martin 0-1, Stefanie Cornnell 0-1, Tonya Brownell 1-0.

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton (1-13): Calli Hill 1-0, Jackie Schaub 0-1, Blake Stensland 1-0, Taylor Antczak 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: E 20-10; G 4-3.

Goalies: Susanna Johnson (E) 2; Katie McLaughlin (G) 9, Logan Eltz 3.

Davenport 6, Oxford 2

Haight and Lauren Hotaling scored a minute apart early in the first half to give the Wildcats a 3-1 lead.

Amanda Toombs and Jackie Gilley each had a goal and an assist, and Rachel Halstead also scored for Davenport, which plays host to South Kortright at 4 p.m. Saturday in the final of the Chic Walshe Tournament.

Davenport 6, Oxford 2

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Oxford: Haley Witchella 1-0, Amanda Brown 1-1.

Davenport (14-0): Chelsea Haight 2-2, Rachel Halstead 1-0, Lauren Hotaling 1-0, Amanda Toombs 1-1, Jackie Gilley 1-1.

Shots-corner kicks: O 4-1; D 14-3.

Goalies: Misty Golden (O) 3, Haley Witchella 2; Katie Goss (D) 3.

M-E 3, Oneonta 1

Monica Jones scored eight minutes into play for the visiting Yellowjackets, who fell to Maine-Endwell for the second time this season in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.

Jones' goal came off a restart just outside the 18-yard penalty box.

"Chacha (Naito) (faked kicking) it and Monica hit a great strike," OHS coach Jerry Mackey said of the goal that gave OHS a 1-0 lead.

Spartans standout Jamie Holliday tied the score in the 21st minute off an assist from Kegan Griffith. Kaitlyn Cook scored on breakaway five minutes later to make it 2-1.

"There wasn't a ton of action on the end lines or box," Mackey said. "It was played a lot from 18 to 18. Usually, teams like ours generate more corner kicks, but it was played more in the middle of the field."

OHS (9-5, 8-4) has one regular-season game remaining before starting play in the Section Four Class B tournament Oct. 23. The Yellowjackets play at Owego on Oct. 15.

"We're going to try and get everybody healthy and fit and playing well and confident," Mackey said. "Then, we'll see what happens for the bracket."

M-E 3, Oneonta 1

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Oneonta (9-5, 8-4): Monica Jones 1-0.

Maine-Endwell: Jamie Holliday 1-0, Kaitlyn Cook 1-0, Kegan Griffith 1-1.

Shots-corner kicks: O 6-0; M 17-3.

Goalies: Audree Frutiger (O) 8; Ciera Eastman (M) 5.

Franklin 1, Laurens 0

Lily Stalter penetrated down the center of the field before scoring inside the penalty area with 13 minutes left in the first half of visiting Franklin's Tri-Valley League victory.

Laurens (5-7, 5-4) plays at Schenevus on Monday.

Franklin 1, Laurens 0

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Franklin: Lily Stalter 1-0.

Laurens (5-7, 5-4): None.

Shots-corner kicks: F 10-2; L 7-4.

Goalies: Casey Jo Scaccia (F) 4; Ali Robbins (L) 6.

Stamford 3, Windham 2

Cassie Gearhart finished a direct kick by Jessica Freer 7:49 into the first overtime to give host Stamford a victory in the Delaware League.

Freer was 35 yards out on the left side and Windham keeper Shayna Rion came out, but the ball got past her and Gearhart finished into an empty net.

The second of Jackie Maisonave's goals came 3:41 into the second half and tied the score at 2 for Windham.

Emily Hull had two goals for the Indians (7-7, 4-4), who play at Davenport on Monday.

Stamford 3, Windham 2

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Windham: Jackie Maisonave 2-0, Shannon McGovern 0-1.

Stamford (7-7, 4-4): Emily Hull 2-0, Cassie Gearhart 1-0, Amy Galleazzi 0-1, Jessica Freer 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: W 9-4; S 17-2.

Goalies: Shayna Rion (W) 10; Emily DeVita (S) 7.

Jefferson 2, H-T 1

Katie Clayton lofted a shot from the left wing to the far post two minutes into the first overtime, giving Jefferson a Delaware League road victory.

"It was just a well played game," said Hunter-Tannersville coach Julia France, whose team outshot Jefferson, 21-13. "We dominated the first part and they dominated the first overtime."

Kirsten Davis' goal with 33 minutes left in the second half tied the score for the Wildcats (9-4, 6-3), who play at Andes on Thursday.

Christine Bower scored in the first half for the J-Hawks, who received 11 saves from Vanessa Speenburgh.

Jefferson 2, H-T 1

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Jefferson: Christine Bower 1-0, Katie Clayton 1-0.

H-T (9-4, 6-3): Kirsten Davis 1-0, Melissa Oliver 0-1, Shelby France 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: J 13-8; H 21-7.

Goalies: Vanessa Speenburgh (J) 11; Grace Berger (H) 7.

Milford 4, Schenevus 3

Emily Brigham scored twice in the second half to lead Milford to a Tri-Valley League win at home.

Brigham's second goal came on a breakaway as she scored to the near post from the right side to snap a 3-all tie with 18:42 left. Julia Brennan tied the score at 3 with 27:31 left for Milford (9-4-1, 6-2-1), which plays host to unbeaten Cherry Valley-Springfield on Monday.

Jane O'Bryan also scored for the Wildcats.

Nicole Butzke, Brina Herr, and Jayme Bentley scored for Schenevus.

Milford 4, Schenevus 3

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Schenevus: Nicole Butzke 1-0, Brina Herr 1-1, Jayme Bentley 1-0.

Milford (9-4-1, 6-2-1): Jane O'Bryan 1-0, Emily Brigham 2-1, Julia Brennan 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: S 14-6; M 12-5.

Goalies: Catherine Hernandez (S) 8; Krista Ransier (M), Chelsea Foster (M) 13.

Roxbury 2, Gilboa 1

Paulina Cowan's goal with 3:27 left in the second half led host Roxbury to victory in the Delaware League.

Cowan shot to the far left post came after Heather Davie's shot was deflected.

Marlise Cammer also scored for the Rockets (3-10-1, 2-6), who play host to Windham on Tuesday. Laura Potter had Gilboa's goal.

Roxbury 2, Gilboa 1

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Gilboa: Laura Potter 1-0, Heather Cunningham 0-1.

Roxbury (3-10-1, 2-6): Marlise Cammer 1-0, Paulina Cowan 1-0, Heather Davie 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: G 9-4; R 10-2.

Goalies: Jessica Johnson (G) 5; Tarah DiBenedetto (R) 3.

Morris 1, Worcester 0

Stacia Maricle converted an Amanda Flint cross from the right side with 9:55 left to give visiting Morris a Tri-Valley League win.

Winning goalie Victoria Hulse made five saves. Kaitlin Hansen stopped five shots for the Wolverines (2-11, 1-8), who play Morris again at 12:45 p.m. Saturday in the consolation game of the Chic Walshe Tournament at Davenport.

Morris 1, Worcester 0

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Morris: Stacia Maricle 1-0, Amanda Flint 0-1.

Worcester (2-11, 1-8): None.

Shots-corner kicks: M 6-0; W 7-3.

Goalies: Victoria Hulse (M) 5; Kaitlin Hansen (W) 5.

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Downsville 4, Andes 1

Donald Jennings scored two minutes into the second half and Paul Stein scored eight minutes later to give host Downsville a 3-1 lead in its Delaware League victory.

Jennings' goal came off a throughball from Dustin Keesler that set up a breakaway. Keesler then crossed a ball that Stein headed in from 6 yards.

Keesler also scored twice, giving him a team-leading 13 goals.

"Dustin has really stepped up this year," said Downsville coach Scott Reed, whose team has won four straight. "He's our leader and when he brings up his game, the rest of them come with him."

Ethan Berghammer scored in the first half for Andes.

The Eagles (7-8, 3-4) play host to Jefferson on Monday.

Downsville 4, Andes 1

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Andes: Ethan Berghammer 1-0, Corey Barrett 0-1.

Downsville (7-8, 3-4): Dustin Keelser 2-2, Paul Stein 1-0, Donald Jennings 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: A 8-6; D 17-1.

Goalies: Josh Bonifacic (A) 8; T.J. Felter (D) 6.

Jefferson 4, H-T 4

The last of Tucker Foti's three goals came with 8 minutes remaining and lifted visiting Hunter-Tannersville into a Delaware League tie.

Jacob Pasa scored twice in the second half for the J-Hawks (0-12-1), the latter making it 3-2 with 18 minutes to go. Ben Sharib and Tyler Dibble also scored for Jefferson, which plays at Downsville on Monday.

Kieran Powers had H-T's other goal.

Jefferson 4, H-T 4

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Hunter-Tannersville: Tucker Foti 3-1, Kieran Powers 1-0, Danny Legg 0-1, Eric Buczek 0-1, Michael Radcliffe 0-1.

Jefferson (0-12-1): Ben Sharib 1-0, Tyler Dibble 1-0, Jacob Pasa 2-0, C.J. Kemler 0-1, Stephen Schmitt 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: H 17-3; J 18-4.

Goalies: Dylan Outtrim (H) 14; Mike Quagliano (J) 13.

Oxford 5, B-G 0

Kyle Ferrington scored 3 1/2 minutes into play as visiting Oxford ended Bainbridge-Guilford's six-game unbeaten streak in the Midstate Athletic Conference. The Bobcats (7-7-1, 6-6-1) play at Walton on Tuesday.

Oxford 5, B-G 0

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Oxford: P.J. Hubman 0-1, Jacob Case 0-1, Curtis Whitehill 1-0, Taylor Bates 2-0, Kyle Ferrington 1-0, Justin Subray 1-0, Cory Seiler 0-1.

Bainbridge-Guilford (7-7-1, 6-6-1): None.

Shots-corner kicks: O 14-4; B 12-2.

Goalies: Tom Gould (O) 6; Jeremy Gray (B) 6, Scott Cardozo 1.

Windham 2, Stamford 1

Julius Starr scored with 11 minutes left to tie it at 1 and then assisted Adam Boggia's winning goal two minutes later as visiting Windham won in the Delaware League.

Starr sent a crossing pass to Boggia on the left wing and Boggia drove a 12-yard shot that deflected off the cross bar and into the goal.

Matt Jaquish scored 31 minutes into play for Stamford (6-8, 4-4), which plays host to Davenport at 7 p.m. Monday.

Windham 2, Stamford 1

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Windham: Julius Starr 1-1, Adam Boggia 1-0, Dan Frazer 0-1.

Stamford (6-8, 4-4): Matt Jaquish 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: W 15-2; S 6-2.

Goalies: Zhenya Doolan (W) 2; Mike Gaddis (S) 13.

Roxbury 6, Gilboa 2

David Clark and Ryan Skipper each had two goals for visiting Roxbury in the Delaware League. Sean Lutz and Jamie VanDyke also scored for the Rockets, who outshot Gilboa, 19-9.

Loukas Vogiatzis and Brian Alley had one goal apiece for Gilboa (1-14, 0-7), which hosts Margaretville on Monday.

Roxbury 6, Gilboa 2

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Roxbury: David Clark 2-0, Sean Lutz 1-0, Ryan Skipper 2-0, Jamie VanDyke 1-0, Kyle Ciaravino 0-2, Dylan Stock 0-1.

Gilboa (1-14, 0-7): Loukas Vogiatzis 1-0, Brian Alley 1-0, Scott Haskin 0-1, Justin Kovacevich 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: R 19-2; G 9-6.

Goalies: Jon Dykstra (R) 3; John Denora (G) 4, Joe Cooper (G) 3.

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at Oneonta CC

Martin Couch finished with a 2-over par 38 for Oneonta in a 204-211 Southern Tier Athletic Conference win over Binghamton.

Ryan Mahon contributed a 39 for the Yellowjackets (6-8, 5-7), who play host to Norwich on Friday.

at Oneonta CC

Front nine, par-36

Team scores: Oneonta 204, Binghamton 211.

Binghamton: Kyle Nedlick 37, Jonn Russell 41, Matt Scanlon 41, Chris Barker 44, Kyle Ackerman 48.

Oneonta (6-8, 5-7): Martin Couch 38, Ryan Mahon 39, Isaiah Fleming 40, Alex Paolicelli 43, Joe Sastic 44.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Swimming

Delhi 91, Cooperstown 73

Chandler Shepard won two individual events to lead Delhi to a Midstate Athletic Confernce win on the road.

Shepard finished first in the 200-yard freestyle in 2 minutes, 11.68 seconds and won the 100 butterfly (1:07.47).

She also was on the winning 200 medley relay (2:19.59) and the 400 free relay (4:28.13) for the Bulldogs.

Alex French placed first in diving with 152.25 points for Cooperstown (2-5) which plays host to Afton/Bainbridge-Guilford/Oxford/Harpursville on Tuesday.

Delhi 91, Cooperstown 73

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200-yard medley relay: Delhi (Josie Elwell, Abby Oliver, Amy Merriman, Chandler Shepard) 2:19.59. 200 freestyle: Shepard (D) 2:11.68. 200 individual medley: A. Merriman (D) 2:30.92. 50 free: Cassidy Griger (C) 30.33. Diving: Alex French (C) 152.25. 100 butterfly: Shepard (D) 1:07.57. 100 free: Sarah Burns (D) 1:02.75. 500 free: Eden Anderson (D) 6:33.18. 200 free relay: Delhi (Olivia Greene, Clark, A. Oliver, A. Merriman) 2:07.44. 100 backstroke: Burns (D) 1:10.78. 100 breaststroke: Brown (D) 1:27.37. 400 free relay: Delhi (Mackenzie Oliver, Elwell, Burns, Shepard) 4:28.13.

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Oxford 2, Sidney 0

The visiting Blackhawks scored twice in the first half of their Section Four Conference victory. Rachel Ward made six saves for Sidney (8-5, 7-4), which plays at Hancock on Wednesday.

Oxford 2, Sidney 0

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Oxford: J. Farwell 1-0, M. Muzzy 0-1, J. Martin 1-0.

Sidney (8-5, 7-4): None.

Shots-penalty corners: O 10-5; S 4-6.

Goalies: A. Crawford (O) 4; Rachel Ward (S) 6.

Cooperstown 1, Morrisville 0

Alison Weber earned her fourth shutout of the season, stopping three shots to lead host Cooperstown to a Center State Conference crossover victory. Sarah Angerer converted a cross from the left from Katie Anania with 19:17 left in the opening half for the Redskins (6-6), who outshot Morrisville (5-5-3), 10-3.

Cooperstown 1, Morrisville 0

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Morrisville (5-5-3): None.

Cooperstown (6-6): Sarah Angerer 1-0, Katie Anania 0-1.

Shots-penalty corners: M 3-20; C 10-4.

Goalies: Jennifer Selinsky (M) 9; Alison Weber (C) 3.

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