Peyton Darling scored the lone second-half goal as Schenevus outlasted Edmeston, 2-1, to notch a crucial Tri-Valley League boys soccer win at home.

With 19 minutes left in the second half, Darling controlled a loose ball in the attacking third before taking a touch to his right and hitting a low shot that skipped into the bottom corner from 25 yards for the go-ahead tally.

The lead was the second of the day for Schenevus after Darling was involved in the opening goal as well. He dished an assist to Hugh Gallagher to put the Dragons ahead, 1-0, after 14 minutes.

Josh Martin equalized for the Panthers on a breakaway with three minutes left in the first half.

Schenevus finished with an 18-12 lead in shots, while Edmeston owned the corner count, 4-1.

Garrett Lum made 10 saves for the Panthers, and Ethan LaPre stopped eight shots for the Dragons.

Schenevus (7-3, 6-2) visits Cherry Valley-Springfield on Monday, Sept. 30.

Laurens 1, Milford 1

Louis Banks made 18 saves for Milford as the Wildcats battled Laurens to a 1-1 tie in the TVL.

Eighth-grader Carter Stevens keyed the Wildcats' go-ahead goal in the first half, scrambling into a scrum in front of the net after a corner kick. His touch turned into an assist for older brother Riley Stevens.

"He just ran right through the ball in front there, it was awesome to see," Milford coach Gregg Eggleston said. "We've talked about it a million times and it was awesome to see him do it."

Laurens erased the deficit early in the second half as Adam Peddie scored an unassisted goal.

Two periods of overtime did not produce a goal.

"We had chances to win, they had chances to win, and honestly the outcome was what it should have been," Eggleston said. "It would have been a shame for either team to lose. It was the right outcome."

Laurens finished with a 19-15 edge in shots, while corners belonged to Milford at 8-6.

Long stopped 18 shots as all of Laurens' shots were on target. Chris Long made seven saves for the Leopards.

Milford (6-3-1, 4-3-1) visits Downsville at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27, for a nonleagye match.

Delhi 4, Sidney 2

Delhi scored twice in each half, getting goals from four scorers to defeat host Sidney in Midstate Athletic Conference action.

The Bulldogs got goals from Christian Imperi, Aidan Paoli, Preston Post and Paul Vickers in the win. Brandon Bodo had a pair of assists.

Sidney goals came from Bryan Agustin and Sydne Clupper, with Anthony Morris and Agustin each notching an assist.

Andrew Vinal made four saves on eight Delhi shots, while both Sidney shots found the back of the net. The Bulldogs owned a 7-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Hunter-Tannersville 4, Downsville 3

Kaeden Leach notched the game-winning goal in double overtime to take Hunter-Tannersville past Downsville.

Leach headed in a corner kick in the extra frame after battling his way to the front of the net.

Dennis Houlihan and Anthony Anderson also scored for the Wildcats, and Nicholas Uhrik dished out two assists.

The Eagles were paced by Logan Cicio (goal, assist), Kyle Fitch (goal), Kaden Cicio (goal) and Louie Banker (assist).

Hunter-Tannersville got seven saves from Josh Vital while Nate Burnham and Aden Galick split time in goal for Downsville, combining for four saves.

Shots were tied, 13-13, but the Eagles fell behind in corners, 7-5.

Downsville (4-6) hosts Milford at 4:15 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27.

Margaretville 4, Gilboa 0

Kevin Flores had two goals as Margaretville defeated Gilboa for a third win in four days.

The Blue Devils scored three-first half goals with a single insurance tally in the second.

Flores was followed by Ivan Herrera's goal and assist. Willie Cano had a goal, while Michael Gavette had a pair of assists and Ryan McVitty had one.

Gilboa goalkeeper David Mattsson made 21 saves on 38 Margaretville shots, prompting Blue Devils coach Jim Owdienko to credit him with "several outstanding saves." Billy Miller made nine saves to record the shutout for Margaretville.

The Blue Devils finished with a 38-9 edge in shots and a 10-2 lead in corners.

Margaretville (9-2, 4-1) visits Downsville on Tuesday, Oct. 1.

Davenport 8, Stamford 0

Jordan Wamsley celebrated Senior Night with a hat trick as Davenport downed Stamford.

Wamsley notched twice in the first half before completing his hat trick in the second half.

Dylan Waid had two goals, while Matt Vroman, Warren Quigley and Chase Rinehart each had one.

Dylan Hendrickson had a pair of assists, with Joey Ontl and Devon Kupris each notching one.

The Wildcats totaled 27 shots to five for Stamford while also leading in corners, 6-0.

Ryan Zuill made three saves and Dylan VanEtten made two in the shutout. James Olson stopped 16 shots for the Indians against a 27-5 deficit in shots.

The Wildcats (5-4, 4-1) host Worcester at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, in the consolation game of the Chic Walshe Tournament.

South Kortright 9, Jefferson 1

South Kortright reached double-digit wins with a league victory over Jefferson.

Stanley Andersen had three goals and Quinlan Davis had two to lead the Rams offense.

Lucas Pochily got Jefferson on the board with four minutes left in the second half, notching an unassisted goal.

Brandon Grommeck made one save, and Patrick Dengler had two for SK. Kevin Lindquist made 16 stops for the J-Hawks.

The Rams owned the shot count, 26-7, and took nine corners to one for Jefferson.

SK (10-0, 5-0) plays Cooperstown at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, in the Chic Walshe Tournament final at Davenport.

Roxbury 3, Windham 0

Robert Peters was involved in all three goals as Roxbury defeated Windham.

Peters scored one and assisted another to Andrew Chojnowski as the Rockets took a 2-0 lead at halftime.

Peters put Roxbury three ahead in the second half, converting a penalty kick to close the scoring.

The Rockets finished with a 12-5 edge in shots, forcing eight saves from Windham goalkeeper Brady Post.

Roxbury also owned the corner count, 10-2.

The Rockets (5-4) play in the consolation game of the Hunter-Tannersville Tournament at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28.



Schenevus 2, Edmeston 1

Edmeston …. 1 0 – 1

Schenevus …. 1 1 – 2

Schenevus (7-3, 6-2): Hugh Gallagher 1-0, Peyton Darling 1-1.

Edmeston: Josh Martin 1-0.

Shots-corners: S 18-1; E 12-4.

Goalies: Ethan LaPre (S) 8; Garrett Lum (E) 10.

Laurens 1, Milford 1

Laurens …. 0 1 0 0 – 1

Milford …. 1 0 0 0 – 1

Milford (6-3-1, 4-3-1): Riley Stevens 1-0, Carter Stevens 0-1.

Laurens: Adam Peddie 1-0.

Shots-corners: M 15-8; L 19-6.

Goalies: Louis Banks (M) 18; Chris Long (L) 7.

Delhi 4, Sidney 2

Delhi ..... 2 2 – 4

Sidney ..... 1 1 – 2

Sidney: Bryan Agustin 1-1, Sydne Clupper 1-0, Anthony Morris 0-1.

Delhi: Christian Imperi 1-0, Aidan Paoli 1-0, Preston Post 1-0, Paul Vickers 1-0, Brandon Bodo 0-2.

Shots-corners: S 2-1; D 8-7.

Goalies: (D) 0; Andrew Vinal (S) 4.

Hunter-Tannersville 4, Downsville 3

Hunter-Tannersville....1 2 1 – 4

Downsville.... 1 2 0 – 3

H-T: Dennis Houlihan 1-1, Anthony Anderson 1-1, Nicholas Uhrik 0-2, Kaeden Leach 1-0.

Downsville (4-6): Logan Cicio 1-1, Kyle Fitch 1-0, Kaden Cicio 1-0, Luis Banker 0-1.

Shots-corners: H-T 13-7; 13-5 D.

Goalies: Josh Vital (H-T) 7; Nate Burnham 2, Aden Galick 2 (D).

Margaretville 4, Gilboa 0

Gilboa …. 0 0 - 0

Margaretville …. 3 1 – 4

Margaretville (9-2, 4-1): Kevin Flores 2-0, Ivan Herrera 1-1, Willie Cano 1-0, Michael Gavette 0-2, Ryan McVitty 0-1.

Gilboa: None.

Shots-corners: M 38-10; G 9-2.

Goalies: David Mattsson (G) 21; Billy Miller (M) 9.

Davenport 8, Stamford 0

Stamford …. 0 0 - 0

Davenport …. 3 5 - 8

Davenport (5-4, 4-1): Dylan Waid 2-0, Jordan Wamsley 3-0, Matt Vroman 1-0, Warren Quigley 1-0, Chase Rinehart 1-0, Dylan Hendrickson 0-2, Joey Ontl 0-1, Devon Kupris 0-1.

Stamford: None.

Shots-corners: D 27-6; S 5-0.

Goalies: Ryan Zuill (D) 3, Dylan VanEtten (D) 2; James Olson (S) 16.

South Kortright 9, Jefferson 1

Jefferson …. 0 1 - 1

South Kortright…. 4 5 – 9

South Kortright (10-0, 5-0): Stanley Andersen 3-0, Quinlan Davis 2-0, Logan Kaufman 1-2, Jacob Morton 1-0, Charlie Kuhn 1-0, Jadyn Sturniolo 1-0, Chris Champlin 0-3, Kyle Funk 0-1, Bruno Costa 0-1.

Jefferson: Lucas Pochily 1-0.

Shots-corners: SK 26-9; J 7-1

Goalies: Brandon Grommeck (SK) 1, Patrick Dengler (SK) 2; Kevin Lindquist (J) 16.

Roxbury 3, Windham 0

Windham …. 0 0 - 0

Roxbury …. 2 1 – 3

Roxbury (5-4): Robert Peters 2-1, Andrew Chojnowski 1-0.

Windham: None.

Shots-corners: R 12-10; W 5-2.

Goalies: Trent Faulkner-Squires (R) 4; Brady Post (W) 8.


Schenevus 6, Franklin 1

Schenevus …. 2 4 – 6

Franklin …. 1 0 – 1

Franklin: Matt Serrao 1-0.

Schenevus: Zach Burton 1-0, Peyton Darling 2-2, Andy Melendez 1-0, Hugh Gallagher 1-0, Mekhai Regg 1-0.

Shots-corners: F 11-1; S 24-3.

Goalies: Cole Ruff (F) 9; Ethan LaPre (S) 6.

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