Senior Chelsea Haight moved to the top of Davenport's girls soccer goal-scoring list Monday.

The last of Haight's three goals, with 18 minutes, 31 seconds left, gave her 110 goals _ one more than former Davenport standout Jennifer (Wright) Henderson _ and capped the Wildcats' 4-1 Delaware League victory at Gilboa.

"We really don't talk a lot about personal records," 28th-year Davenport coach Ray Preston said. "Chelsea is the kind of kid who would say she couldn't do it without teammates. She's so unselfish. As many times I think she should be shooting, she's not. It's something over the years that has come.

"I don't think she felt pressure," he continued. "I am proud of her and glad for her. (Haight and Henderson) are similar. Both are determined and great competitors. That's why both have been very successful."

The record-breaking goal came when Jackie Gilley sent a throughball from the right side as Haight cut over from the left-middle. Haight beat a defender to the ball and shot to the lower-right corner to make it 4-1.

"You don't want to go 1-on-1 with Chelsea from there," Preston said. "Once she got the ball, it was all over."

The five-year varsity player has 13 goals through eight games this season. Last season, en route to earning a second straight appearance as a first-team Daily Star All-Star and second-team recognition on the Class D all-state team, Haight scored 39 goals. As a sophomore, she scored 28 goals and had 13 and 17, respectively, in her freshman and eighth-grade seasons.

Henderson played for Davenport in the early 1990s and also used to coach the Wildcats' boys program.

Haight scored to give Davenport the lead for good at 2-1 with 6:34 left in the first half.

Rebecca Hotaling contributed a goal and Gilley had two assists for Davenport (8-0, 4-0).

Laura Potter scored for Gilboa (5-3, 2-1), which hosts Schenevus on Wednesday.

Davenport 4, Gilboa 1

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Gilboa1 0 _ 1

Davenport (8-0, 4-0): Chelsea Haight 3-0, Rebecca Hotaling 1-0, Jackie Gilley 0-2.

Gilboa (5-3, 2-1): Laura Potter 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: D 16-6; G 5-0.

Goalies: Katie Goss (D) 2; Jessica Johnson (G) 9.

Gilboa 3, SK 1

Thursday

South Kortright1 0 _ 1

Gilboa 1 2 _ 3

South Kortright: Renee Craft 1-0.

Gilboa: Jessica Caputo 2-0, Laura Potter 1-0, Heather Cunningham 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: S 11-3; G 9-3.

Goalies: Cassie McMullen (S) 4; Jessica Johnston (G) 7.

Franklin 3, Windham 2

Dakota Hanley drove a direct kick from 35 yards just under the cross bar with 6:36 left in the second overtime to give host Franklin a non-league victory.

The second of Lily Stalter's two goals tied the score with 14:50 left in regulation for Franklin (3-4-1), which plays at Gilbertsville-Mount Upton today.

Jackie Maisonave scored twice for Windham.

Franklin 3, Windham 2

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Franklin1 1 0 1 _ 3

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

Franklin (3-4-1): Lily Stalter 2-0, Dakota Hanley 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: W 14-4; F 27-11.

Goalies: Shaina Rion (W) 10; Casey Jo Scaccia (F) 9.

H-T 4, SK 2

Alyssa Oliver's goal with 35:40 left in the second half gave host Hunter-Tannersville a 3-1 lead in its Delaware League victory.

Oliver threw the ball in from the right sideline to Shelby France and France sent a short pass back to Oliver, who scored. France finished with three assists and Alex Natale had two goals for the Wildcats.

Krystal Plattner and Kirsten Davis also scored for H-T (3-2, 2-1), which plays host to Roxbury on Wednesday.

Renee Craft and Rachel Adams scored for the Rams.

H-T 4, SK 2

SK1 1 _ 2

H-T1 3 _ 4

South Kortright: Renee Craft 1-0, Rachel Adams 1-0.

Hunter-Tannersville (3-2, 2-1): Krystal Plattner 1-0, Alyssa Oliver 1-0, Alex Natale 2-0, Kirsten Davis 1-0, Shelby France 0-3.

Shots-corner kicks: S 19-2; H 30-6.

Goalies: Cassie McMullen (S) 10; Grace Berger (H) 8.

Stamford 1, Downsville 0

Jessica Freer scored with 13 minutes left to lead host Stamford in the Delaware League.

Madeline Wenner's crossing pass set up Freer at the back post.

Emily DeVita made eight saves for Stamford (4-4, 2-1), which plays host to Roxbury 7 p.m. Thursday.

Stamford 1, Downsville 0

Downsville0 0 _ 0

Stamford 0 1 _ 1

Downsville: None.

Stamford (4-4, 2-1): Jessica Freer 1-0, Madeline Wenner 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: D 9-5; S 8-2.

Goalies: Kacie Walley (D) 2; Emily DeVita (S) 8.

Jefferson 5, Roxbury 0

Chelsea Martin had two goals and one assist in host Jefferson's Delaware League win.

Katie Bedford, Danni All and Andrea Manley each contributed a goal for the J-Hawks (7-1, 2-1), who play at South Kortright on Thursday.

Tara DiBenedetto made seven saves for Roxbury.

Jefferson 5, Roxbury 0

Roxbury0 0 _ 0

Jefferson 3 2 _ 5

Roxbury: None.

Jefferson: Chelsea Martin 2-1, Katie Bedford 1-0, Danni All 1-0, Andrea Manley 1-0, Hailee Pasa 0-1, Christine Bower 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: R 5-8; J 10-1.

Goalies: Tara DiBenedetto (R) 7; Vanessa Speenburgh (J) 4.

Margaretville 6, Andes 0

Christine Kelly had three goals and one assist for host Margaretville in the Delaware League.

Amy Filupeit, Danielle Hull and Amanda Drizis also scored for the Blue Devils (3-3, 2-1), who play Windham at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Fleischmann's Field.

Tyler Fairbairn had nine saves for Andes.

Margaretville 6, Andes 0

Andes0 0 _ 0

Margaretville 4 2 _ 6

Andes: None.

Margaretville: Christine Kelly 3-1, Amy Filupeit 1-1, Danielle Hull 1-0, Amanda Drizis 1-0, Erica Faulkner 0-2, Karla Nava 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: A 9-3; M 21-3.

Goalies: Tyler Fairbairn (A) 9; Sarah Batka (M) 6.

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SK 3, H-T 0

Josh Palmatier scored twice and host South Kortright earned its sixth shutout of the season with a Delaware League.

The Rams (8-0, 3-0) received a goal from Eric Burns and two assists from Ryan Dorosky.

South Kortright coach Bob VanValkenburgh said sweeper Dan Many, center back Kyle Hotaling and outside defenders Lance Hanselman and Keith McGrath have played well together this season.

"The defense has been steady," VanValkenburgh said. "(Charlie) Darling in the goal has been good. ... Even though we're not scoring a lot of goals, we've been able to keep pressure on the teams. We don't have that one outstanding scorer, but it's the possession in the game."

The Rams visit Jefferson on Thursday.

SK 3, H-T 0

Hunter-Tannersville0 0 _ 0

South Kortright2 1 _ 3

H-T: None.

SK (8-0, 3-0): Josh Palmatier 2-0, Eric Burns 1-0, Ryan Dorosky 0-2, Dan Many 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: H 5-4; S 12-8.

Goalies: Derek Legg (H) 6; Charlie Darling (S) 3.

Stamford 3, Downsville 1

Brett Barrett had two goals and Justin All one as Stamford won a Delaware League game on the road.

Sean Callagy contributed two assists for the Indians.

Dustin Keesler scored for the Eagles (2-4, 0-2), who visit Davenport on Wednesday.

Stamford 3, Downsville 1

Stamford2 1 _ 3

Downsville1 0 _ 1

Stamford: Brett Barrett 2-0, Justin All 1-0, Sean Callagy 0-2, Evan Mullen 0-1.

Downsville (2-4, 0-2): Dustin Keesler 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: S 16-5; D 7-4.

Goalies: Mike Gaddis (S) 4; T.J. Felter (D) 10.

Delhi 9, Sidney 0

Eddie Reed had two goals and three assists, and Avery Meehan contributed two goals and an assist as host Delhi cruised in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Ryan Taylor had a goal and three assists for the Bulldogs (6-0, 5-0), who also received goals from Justin Roberts, Pedro Liddle, Troy Tucker and Mike Morales.

Delhi hosts Greene on Wednesday.

Delhi 9, Sidney 0

Sidney0 0 _ 0

Delhi6 3 _ 9

Sidney: None.

Delhi (6-0, 5-0): Eddie Reed 2-3, Avery Meehan 2-1, Ryan Taylor 1-3, Justin Roberts 1-0, Pedro Liddle 1-0, Troy Tucker 1-0, Mike Morales 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: S 2-0; D 25-4.

Goalies: Pat Cobane (D) 1.

Walton 6, UV 0

Trent Wood scored three goals as Walton won in the Midstate Athletic Conference at home.

Tim Maguire contributed a goal and an assist for the Warriors (3-3, 3-2), who received a goal from Robertny LeRouge.

Brian Schuppel made three saves for Walton, which hosts Afton at 4 p.m. Wednesday.

Walton 6, UV 0

Unadilla Valley0 0 _ 0

Walton2 4 _ 6

Unadilla Valley: None.

Walton (3-3, 3-2): Robertny LeRouge 0-1, Tim Maguire 1-1, Trent Wood 3-0, Brennan Chambers 0-1, Tyler Magnis 1-0, Dale Morley 0-1, Troy Terney 1-0, Chris Ogden 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: U 3-3; W 12-8.

Goalies: Thomas Wallace (U) 4, Mike Anson 2; Brian Schuppel (W) 3.

Cooperstown 5, S-E 0

Jake Chase's two goals helped host Cooperstown earn a Center State Conference victory.

Ryo Shiamada, Kyle Liner and Brandon Lane also scored for the Redskins (4-1, 2-0), who visit Mount Markham at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Cooperstown 5, S-E 0

S-E0 0 _ 0

Cooperstown2 3 _ 5

S-E (1-5, 1-1): None.

Cooperstown (4-1, 2-0): Jake Chase 2-0, Ryo Shiamada 1-0, Kyle Liner 1-0, Brandon Lane 1-0, Kyle Hohenfee 0-1, Ryan Davine 0-1, Matt Pink 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: S 4-1; C 24-10.

Goalies: Caleb Brown (S) 9; Mack Curran (C) 1, Kevin Huggins (C) 1.

Roxbury 6, Jefferson 1

Two of Ryan Skipper's four goals came in the first half, when host Roxbury took a 3-1 lead en route to a Delaware League victory.

David Clark's goal with 22 minutes left in the first half gave the Rockets a 2-1 lead. Kyle Ciaravino also scored for Roxbury (6-3, 2-1), which plays host to Stamford on Thursday.

Roxbury 6, Jefferson 1

Jefferson1 0 _ 1

Roxbury3 3 _ 6

Jefferson: Brian Case 1-0, Eddie Case 0-1.

Roxbury (6-3, 2-1): Ryan Skipper 4-0, David Clark 1-0, Kyle Ciaravino 1-0, Sean Lutz 0-1, Matt Cammer 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: J 7-2; R 18-9.

Goalies: John Cammer (J) 7; Garrett Hall (R) 4.

Davenport 2, Gilboa 0

Buddy Adam's corner kick set up Brandon Chase for a goal with 3:47 left in the first half of Davenport's Delaware League road victory.

Adam scored in the second half for the Wildcats (5-3-1), who play host to Downsville on Wednesday.

Davenport 2, Gilboa 0

Gilboa0 0 _ 0

Davenport1 1 _ 2

Gilboa: None.

Davenport (5-3-1): Brendon Chase 1-0, Buddy Adam 1-1.

Shots-corner kicks: G 6-0; D 17-8.

Goalies: John Denova (G) 15; Christian Hall (D) 7.

WP 7, Unatego 0

Gerry Frasco made 10 saves for Unatego in a non-league loss at home.

Dan Arseneau had three goals and an assist to lead Whitney Point, who held a 28-16 advantage in shots.

Unatego (1-6) plays host to Oxford at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

WP 7, Unatego 0

Whitney Point 3 4 _ 7

Unatego0 0 _ 0

Whitney Point: Joe Materski 2-2, Mike Pond 0-1, Zach Kellicutt 1-1, Dan Arseneau 3-1, Dan Roma 0-1, Nate Pardoe 1-0.

Unatego (1-6): None.

Shots-corner kicks: W 28-8; U 16-5.

Goalies: Jake Keenan (W) 8; Gerry Frasco (U) 10.

B-G 3, Afton 1

Steve Patten scored 14 minutes into the second half to give visiting Bainbridge-Guilford a 2-1 lead in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Jordan Smith had two goals for the Bobcats.

Ethan Whitney scored for Afton (0-5, 0-5), which plays at Walton on Wednesday.

B-G 3, Afton 1

Bainbridge-Guilford1 2 _ 3

Afton 1 0 _ 1

Bainbridge-Guilford: Jordan Smith 2-0, Steve Patten 1-0, Mike Mertz 0-1.

Afton (0-5, 0-5): Ethan Whitney 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: B 31-5; A 5-1.

Goalies: Jeremy Gray (B) 2; Jacob Arnold (A) 16.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Golf

at Genegantslet GC

Oneonta High's Joe Sastic birdied Nos. 5 and 7 en route to a 1-over 36, but the visiting Yellowjackets lost, 199-216, to Chenango Valley in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.

OHS (3-3) plays host to Seton Catholic Central today.

at Genegantslet GC

Front nine, par-35

Team scores: Chenango Valley 199 Oneonta 216

Oneonta (3-3): Joe Sastic 36, Martin Couch 42, Alex Paolicelli 45, Mitchell Couch 46, Ryan Mahon 47.

Chenango Valley: Andy Bulizak 35, Mitchell Hillegas 39, Justin Topa 40, Erin Saeger 42, Collin Herko 43.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Field Hockey

Herkimer 2, Cooperstown 1

Sarah Angerer scored during scramble in front of the net for visiting Cooperstown, which lost in the Center State Conference.

Angerer's goal, off a penalty corner from Katie Horrigan, gave the Redskins a 1-0 lead, but Sara Meszler scored twice in the second half for Herkimer.

Meszler's winner came with 1:27 left.

Cooperstown (2-2, 1-2) plays host to Ilion on Wednesday.

Herkimer 2, Cooperstown 1

Cooperstown1 0 _ 1

Herkimer0 2 _ 2

Cooperstown (2-2, 1-2): Sarah Angerer 1-0, Katie Horrigan 0-1.

Herkimer: Sara Meszler 2-0.

Shots-penalty corners: C 12-7; H 5-6.

Goalies: Alison Weber (C) 3; Mary View (H) 11.

Sidney 6, Hancock 1

Kim Young and Lyndsay Delello scored two goals apiece for visiting Sidney in its Section Four Conference victory.

Amanda Ojeda and Paige Jump also scored for the Warriors (4-2, 3-1), who play at Afton on Wednesday.

Sidney 6, Hancock 1

Sidney3 3 _ 6

Hancock0 1 _ 1

Sidney (4-2, 3-1): Lyndsay Delello 2-0, Kim Young 2-1, Amanda Ojeda 1-0, Paige Jump 1-0, Maureen Bock 0-1.

Hancock: Jessica Wadeson 1-0, Maria Newman 0-1.

Shots-penalty corners: S 23-10; H 6-3.

Goalies: Rachel Ward (S) 4; Tozhia Possemato (H) 17.

JV: Sidney, 3-2.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Tennis

Sidney 4, Walton 1

Arielle Zimmer and Carly Livingston won at second and third singles, respectively, as Sidney won a Midstate Athletic Conference match on the road.

Walton's Rachael Holden earned a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Megan Gazzetti at first singles.

Walton (2-2) plays at Delhi on Wednesday.

Sidney 4, Walton 1

at Walton

Singles: Rachael Holden (W) def. Megan Gazzetti, 6-2, 6-4; Arielle Zimmer (S) def. Kelsey Patterson, 6-3, 6-4; Carly Livingston (S) def. Angela Munyon, 7-6 (2), 6-2.

Doubles: Cassie Hoblitz and Annie Pysnik (S) def. Autumn Cook and Brittany Buksar, 6-2, 6-0; Amina Hoblitz and Lindsay Grady (S) def. Ellie Hansen and Brianna Schmitz, 6-0, 6-1.

Delhi 5, Greene 0

Visiting Delhi won every match in straight sets en route to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Carlene Bracci earned a 6-1, 6-0 win over Mara Duenas at first singles.

The Bulldogs (4-0) play host to Walton on Wednesday.

Delhi 5, Greene 0

at Greene

Singles: Carlene Bracci def. Mara Duenas, 6-1, 6-0; Emily Nelson def. Cassandra Armstrong, 6-2, 6-1; Sarah Clark def. Shaylem Bonney, 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles: Jackie Prindle and Lindsay Seyforth def. Jessica Willard and Erica Smith, 6-1, 6-3; Justine Alwine and Katherine Bracci def. Alexandra Viglucci and Kiana Duenas, 6-1, 6-1.

Oxford 5, Hancock 0

at Hancock

Singles: Erica DeWispelaere (O) def. Lauren Bilello, 6-0, 6-1; Myranda Batsford (O) def. Clarissa Buchanan, 6-1, 7-5; Shelby Myers (O) def. Ingrid Richter, 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles: Olivia Powell and Megan Phinney (O) def. Courtney Sampson and Kate Darder, 6-1, 6-2; Patty Anthony and Danielle Backus (O) def. Elysabeth Hall and Christina Erickson, 6-1, 6-2.

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