Bolton, Bateman power Panthers in TVL

CHERYL CLOUGH Edmeston’s Maria Williams dribbles toward goal in front of Milford defender Taylor Beckley during Tuesday’s game at Milford.

Arissa Bolton and Abigail Bateman scored first-half goals for Edmeston as the Panthers topped Milford, 2-0, for an early-season win in the Tri-Valley League.

Bolton started the scoring midway through the first half. A cross from the right side found the Edmeston freshman inside the six-yard box for a close-range conversion.

Bateman doubled the deficit 10 minutes later, scoring on a rebound to make the deficit two at halftime.

Edmeston led the shot count, 14-4, and the corner count, 4-2.

Madison Reinert stopped four shots for the Panthers, and Cassidy Hall made eight saves for Milford.

The Wildcats (1-1) visit Sharon Springs on Tuesday.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 5, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton 0

Sarah Lewis and Kendra McGovern continued their torrid starts to the season, each playing a part in four goals as Cherry-Valley-Springfield started its Tri-Valley schedule with a win.

That combination linked up for the Patriot’s first goal nine minutes into the first half, with McGovern finding Lewis for a 1-0 lead.

Lewis turned provider six minutes later, feeding McGovern to double the deficit in the 15th minute.

Alana Latella got an assist from McGovern with four minutes remaining in the half to make the gap three.

“I think as a team, we just really have a lot of options. We have a lot of kids that are really focusing and trying to better their game every day,” CV-S coach Denis DeRider said.

Lewis scored her second goal in the 50th minute with an assist from Arianna Bosc before finishing her hat trick on another feed from McGovern with five minutes remaining.

The Patriots outshot the Raiders, 17-2, but G-MU owned the corner count, 4-2.

Kelsey Girard made eight saves for the Patriots, and Lauren Radwan stopped six shots for G-MU.

CV-S (3-0, 1-0) travels to Mount Markham for the Optimist Tournament on Friday at 7 p.m.

Morris 4, Richfield Springs 1

Baylie Boglioli scored twice as Morris earned its first win of the season.

The Mustangs took an early lead as seventh-grader Hannah Wist scored her first varsity goal with an assist from Mollie Dugan.

Dugan extended the lead in the 28th minute with an unassisted tally before Boglioli scored her first of the day with 4:40 left in the period.

Boglioli made the deficit four in the 45th minute on an assist from Madison Aikins before Vicki Grami scored for RS in the 51st minute.

Morris owned the shot count, 8-4, and the corner count, 4-1.

Anastasia Edwards made three saves for the Mustangs, while Leah Rehrmann also saw time in the goal but did not make a stop. Jackie Hosford made four saves for RS.

Morris (1-1) plays Sullivan West on Thursday in the Downsville Tournament.


Margaretville 194, Jefferson 196

Margaretville narrowly edged Jefferson in a Delaware League match Tuesday at Hanah Country Club.

Cody Balcom shot a 44 to lead the Blue Devils. He was followed by Thomas Chairvolotti (46), Connor Joedicke (52), Ivan Herrera (52) and Justin Johnson (67).

Jefferson’s Kurt McMahon had the match’s lowest score with a 43. Lucas Pochily finished with a 47, Seth Wade was next with a 48 and Evan Staroba and Jacob Staroba each carded a 58.

The J-Hawks travel to Christman’s for a match against Windham and Andes/South Kortright on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Delhi 267, Greene 289

Sean Carron and Corey Zwick paced Delhi to its first win of the season Tuesday against Greene.

Carron earned medalist honors with a 10-over 46 and Zwick followed, shooting a 47. Sam Lees (55), Bronson Thomson (59) and Gavin Little (60) completed the scoring for the Bulldogs.

Greene’s top finisher, Steven Mills, challenged the Delhi duo, shooting a 49, good for the third-best round of the match.

Clayton Leonard had a 56, Nick Brady shot a 59, Lincoln Youngs finished with a 61 and Anthony Thatcher had a 64 for Greene.

Delhi (1-3) hosts Bainbridge-Guilford on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.



Edmeston 2, Milford 0

Edmeston ..... 2 0 – 2

Milford ..... 0 0 – 0

Edmeston: Arissa Bolton 1-0, Abigail Bateman 1-0, Emma Ough 0-1, Maria Williams 0-1.

Milford (1-1): None.

Shots-corners: E 14-4; M 5-2.

Goalies: Madison Reinert (E) 4; Cassidy Hall (M) 8.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 5, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton 0

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton ..... 0 0 – 0

Cherry Valley-Springfield ..... 3 2 – 5

G-MU: None.

CV-S (3-0, 1-0): Sarah Lewis 3-1, Kendra McGovern 1-3, Alana Latella 1-0, Arianna Bosc 0-1.

Shots-corners: CVS 17-2; G-MU 8-4.

Goalies: Kelsey Girard (CVS) 8; Lauren Radwan (GMU) 6.

Morris 4, Richfield Springs 1

Richfield Springs ..... 0 1 – 1

Morris ..... 3 1 – 4

Richfield Springs: Vicki Grami 1-0, Lauren Johnson 0-1.

Morris (1-1): Hannah Wist 1-0, Mollie Dugan 1-1, Baylie Boglioli 2-0, Madison Aikins 0-1.

Shots-corners: M 8-2; RS 4-1.

Goalies: Anastasia Edwards (M) 3, Leah Rehrmann (M) 0; Jackie Hosford (RS) 4.



Margaretville 194, Jefferson 196

at Hanah CC

Margaretville: Cody Balcom 44, Thomas Chairvolotti 46, Connor Joedicke 52, Ivan Herrera 52, Justin Johnson 67.

Jefferson: Kurt McMahon 43, Lucas Pochily 47, Seth Wade 48, Evan Staroba 58, Jacob Staroba 58

Delhi 267, Greene 289

at The College Course at Delhi

Front Nine, par 36

Delhi (1-3): Sean Carron 46, Corey Zwick 47, Sam Lees 55, Bronson Thomson 59, Gavin Little 60.

Greene (0-3): Steven Mills 49, Clayton Leonard 56, Nick Brady 59, Lincoln Youngs 61, Anthony Thatcher 64.

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