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Photo by Dan LentzAfton-s Ethan Whitney heads a ball over Unatego-s Padric Alvin during the first half of Wednesday-s Midstate Athletic Conference game at Afton. The Spartans won, 2-1.

Dillion Maxson's goal with 10 minutes left Wednesday lifted visiting Unatego to a 2-1 Midstate Athletic Conference boys soccer victory over Afton.

Maxson scored from 16 yards.

"We were back on our heels," Afton coach Ron Rapp said. "(Maxson) was wide open and had a good look, and had time to shoot. He kept his head down and drilled it."

The Spartans' Dan Kleeschulte gave Unatego an early 1-0 lead off an assist from Maxson.

Afton (0-1) tied it on a penalty kick by Corey Westfall with 12 minutes left in the first half.

Unatego enjoyed a 24-7 advantage in shots but difficulty beating Crimson Knights goalie Jacob Arnold, who made 18 saves.

"He did awesome," Rapp said of Arnold. "He had some point-blank saves today."

Afton plays at Greene on Friday.

Unatego 2, Afton 1

Unatego1 1 _ 2

Afton1 0 _ 1

Unatego (1-1): Dan Kleeschulte 1-0, Dillion Maxson 1-1.

Afton (0-1): Corey Westfall 1-0 (penalty kick).

Shots-corner kicks: U 24-3; A 7-3.

Goalies: Gerry Frasco (U) 6; Jacob Arnold (A) 18.

Delhi 5, Bainbridge-Guilford 0

Avery Meehan and Ryan Taylor scored two goals apiece for the defending Midstate Athletic Conference champions, who improved to 2-0 after their home victory.

Meehan opened the scoring 13 minutes into play and Mike Morales made it 2-0 four minutes later.

Delhi returns 13 players from last season's 18-1 team, including seven starters.

The Bulldogs play host to Afton on Tuesday.

Delhi 5, Bainbridge-Guilford 0

B-G0 0 _ 0

Delhi5 0 _ 5

Bainbridge-Guilford: None.

Delhi (2-0): Avery Meehan 2-0, Ryan Taylor 2-0, Mike Morales 1-0, Nick Meehan 0-1, Eddie Reed 0-1, Ben Gifford 0-1.

Shots-corners: B 3-0; D 22-4.

Goalies: Jeremy Gray (B) 7; Pat Cobane (D) 1.

Oxford 3, Walton 0

Taylor Bates had two goals and Corey Seiler scored once to lead visiting Oxford in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Brian Schuppel made six saves for Walton (1-1), which visits Bainbridge-Guilford on Monday.

Oxford 3, Walton 0

Oxford1 2 _ 3

Walton0 0 _ 0

Oxford (1-0): Taylor Bates 2-0, Corey Seiler 1-0, Jacob Carr 0-1.

Walton (1-1): None.

Shots-corner kicks: O 9-2; 7-6.

Goalies: Tom Gould (O) 7; Brian Schuppel (W) 6.

Roxbury 3, Jefferson 2

Jamie VanDyke had two goals as Roxbury held on for a victory in the Stamford Mayor's Cup.

The Rockets (3-0) led, 3-0, before the J-Hawks scored twice in the final 20 minutes.

John Skipper also scored for Roxbury, which visits Jefferson in a Delaware League game today.

Tyler Dibble and Mike Quagliano scored for Jefferson.

Roxbury 3, Jefferson 2

STAMFORD MAYOR'S CUP

Jefferson0 2 _ 2

Roxbury2 1 _ 3

Jefferson: Tyler Dibble 1-0, Mike Quagliano 1-0, David VanLouie 0-1.

Roxbury (3-0): John Skipper 1-0, Jamie VanDyke 2-0, Garrett Hall 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: J 13-3; R 15-6.

Goalies: John Cammer (J) 12; Garrett Hall (R) 7.

Greene 3, Sidney 1

Nowlin Van Fleet scored a goal, but host Sidney lost in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Ian Ostrander made nine saves for the Warriors, who play host to Oxford at 7 p.m. Saturday.

Greene 3, Sidney 1

Greene3 0 _ 3

Sidney 0 1 _ 1

Greene: George Flanagan 1-0, Alex Driscoll 1-0, Mark Day 1-0, Dave Fors 0-1.

Sidney: Nowlin Van Fleet 1-0, Josh Edwards 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: G 16-5; S 7-3.

Goalies: Curtis Richards (G) 5; Ian Ostrander (S) 9.

Cooperstown 2, Milford 0

Jake Chase and Ryan Davine each scored in host Cooperstown's non-league win.

The Redskins (1-0) play host to Frankfort-Schuyler today.

Trevor Kosturock made six saves for Milford (0-2).

Cooperstown 2, Milford 0

Milford 0 0 _ 0

Cooperstown 1 1 _ 2

Milford (0-2): None.

Cooperstown (1-0): Jake Chase 1-0, Ryan Davine 1-0, Nick Summers 0-1, Ryo Shimada 0-1

Shots-corner kicks: M 2-0; C 13-4.

Goalies: Trevor Kosturock (M) 6; Mack Curran (C) 1.

Girls Soccer

Jefferson 4, Laurens 1

Chelsea Martin scored two goals as Jefferson won in the Stamford Mayor's Cup.

Taylor Cammer and Hailee Pasa each contributed goals for the J-Hawks (3-0), who received four saves from Vanessa Speenburgh. Jefferson visits Davenport today.

Shannon Mish scored for the Leopards (1-1), who visit Franklin on Friday.

Jefferson 4, Laurens 1

STAMFORD MAYOR'S CUP

Laurens1 0 _ 1

Jefferson2 2 _ 4

Laurens (1-1): Shannon Mish 1-0, Courtney Glidden 0-1.

Jefferson (3-0): Chelsea Martin 2-0, Taylor Cammer 1-0, Hailee Pasa 1-0, Katie Clayton 0-1, Kristen Starheim 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: L 10-2; J 20-5.

Goalies: Ali Robbins (L) 3; Vanessa Speenburgh (J) 4.

Milford 5, Margaretville 2

Krista Krol had two goals and an assist to lead visiting Milford to a non-league victory.

Anna Hiller scored twice and Emily Brigham contributed a goal and an assist for the Wildcats (2-1), who received three assists from Julia Brennan. Milford visits Laurens on Monday.

Erica Faulkner scored two goals for Margaretville (1-2), which hosts Hunter-Tannersville on Monday.

Milford 5, Margaretville 2

Milford3 2 _ 5

Margaretville2 0 _ 2

Milford (2-1): Krista Krol 2-1, Emily Brigham 1-1, Anna Hiller 2-0, Julia Brennan 0-3, Chelsea Krieg 0-1.

Margaretville (1-2): Erica Faulkner 2-0, Michelle O'Reilly 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: Mi 13-8; Ma 7-2.

Goalies: Krista Ransier (Mi) 3; Sarah Batka (Ma) 7.

Stamford 5, Andes 1

Emily Hull scored four goals for the Indians in a first-round win in the Stamford Mayor's Cup Tournament.

Cassie Erhart also scored for the Indians (1-2), who outshot Andes, 28-9.

Mariah Ruff scored for Andes.

Stamford 5, Andes 1

Stamford Mayor's Cup

First Round

Andes0 1 _ 1

Stamford 1 4 _ 5

Andes: Mariah Ruff 1-0.

Stamford (1-2): Emily Hull 4-0, Cassie Erhart 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: A 9-7; S 28-5.

Goalies: Desirre Coss (A) 16; Emily DeVita (S) 6, Kassie Piatt (S) 1.

Schenectady 4, Unatego 1

Jessica Welch had a goal for Unatego in its first-round loss in the Middleburgh Telephone Company Tournament.

Gabi May made eight saves for the Spartans, who play host to Oxford today.

Gab Santorio scored all four goals for Schenectady, which meets Greenville in the championship game at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Unatego (0-1-1) will play Middleburgh at 10 a.m. in the consolation match Saturday.

Schenectady 4, Unatego 1

MIDDLEBURGH TOURNAMENT

First Round

Unatego1 0 _ 1

Schenectady 2 2 _ 4

Unatego (0-1-1): Jessica Welch 1-0, Laura Talbot 0-1.

Schenectady: Gab Santorio 4-0, Angelia Rogas 0-1, Leah VanBuern 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: U 5-7; S 13-2

Goalies: Gabi May (U) 8; Kia Ference (S) 4.

Laurens 1, G-MU 0

Shannon Mish scored with 25 minutes left to lift Laurens to a Tri-Valley League win on the road Tuesday.

Shelby Fraser had the assist for the Leopards (1-0, 1-1), who travel to Franklin on Friday.

Miranda Hill made six saves for Gilbertsville-Mount Upton.

Laurens 1, G-MU 0

Tuesday's game

Laurens0 1 _1

G-MU0 0 _ 0

Laurens (1-0, 1-1): Shannon Mish 1-0, Shelby Fraser 0-1

G-MU: None.

Shots-Corner kicks: L 20-6; G 3-0

Goalies: Ali Robbins (L) 2; Miranda Hill (G) 6.

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