Christian Imperi scored the lone goal as Delhi waited until the final 10 minutes to break the Afton/Harpursville defense Monday in a 1-0 Midstate Athletic Conference win for the Bulldogs.

Riley Livermore made 17 saves for the visitors as Delhi posted a 28-2 advantage in shots.

“It just looked like it wasn’t going to be our day,” Delhi coach Eddie Kingston said.

“He was stopping everything. We will take it, but he just had an incredible game.”

The crucial goal came as Delhi threw players forward in search of a goal. Kingston moved Danny Rolfe up front for his aerial presence, and the Bulldogs were rewarded when a ball found the feet of Rolfe in the attacking third of the field.

Rolfe laid a short pass into the path of Imperi, whose low shot beat Livermore for the game’s only goal.

Ben Blocker made one save for Delhi, which had an 8-2 lead in corners along with its 28-2 advantage in shots.

The Bulldogs (3-0) face a challenge in the MAC on Thursday when they visit Greene.

Bainbridge-Guilford 6, Walton 1

Ryan Porter scored four goals as Bainbridge-Guilford sprinted past Walton in the MAC.

Porter started fast with two goals in the first 10 minutes, and scored two more later in the half as the Bobcats took a 5-0 lead at the break.

He finished with four goals and an assist. Easton Porter had two assists and a goal, and Landon Umbra had the other goal for B-G. Parker Luca and Seamus Nolan each had an assist.

Lucas Walley scored Walton’s goal in the second half on a feed from Owen Clough.

B-G led, 15-10, in shots. Both teams took five corners,

Kaiden Vernold made eight saves for the Warriors (1-2, 1-1).

Cherry Valley-Springfield 6, Canajoharie 0

Eight players were involved in goals as Cherry Valley-Springfield rolled past Canajoharie.

Andrew Oram opened the scoring on a feed from Austin Yerdon before Luke Dubben took a feed from Caleb Carpenter on the second goal.

Allan Parker was assisted by Jeb Magruder for the third strike, and Magruder scored the fourth with an assist from Dubben.

Dubben notched a second assist on a goal by Yerdon before Oskar Webster’s strike from a Will Heinrich feed concluded the scoring.

The Patriots led in shots, 15-6, and corners, 8-0.

Owen Johnson stopped six shots for CV-S, and Luke Adams made nine saves for Canajoharie.

The Patriots (4-1, 2-1) host Morris on Wednesday.

Schenevus 3, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton 2

Peyton Darling had a pair of goals and Hugh Gallagher scored the winner as Schenevus came back twice to defeat Gilbertsville-Mount Upton.

The visiting Raiders went ahead eight minutes in, only for Darling to equalize with 15 minutes left before halftime.

The tie lasted just two minutes as G-MU again took the lead, but Darling scored again, this time with 10 seconds left before halftime, to tie it.

Gallagher’s strike was the lone goal of the second half.

The Dragons finished with a 29-10 lead in shots. Both teams earned three corners.

Gavin Bonczkowski made 18 saves for the Raiders, and Ethan LaPre made nine saves for Schenevus.

The Dragons host Richfield Springs on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

Worcester 3, Windham 0

James Odell had a goal and an assist as Worcester (1-2, 0-2) earned its first win of the season.

Aaron Lorette got the Wolverines on the board 12 minutes into the first half, taking an assist from Odell for a 1-0 lead.

Odell extended the deficit himself 7:30 before halftime, breaking free down the left side and scoring unassisted.

Connor Fancher scored his first varsity goal on a helper from Isaiah Haley to close the scoring with 28:52 left in the second.

“We played much more confident and physical today, I’m proud of our midfield play,” Worcester coach Chris Kaltenbach said in an email. “Odell’s activity in the middle really gave us some life.”

The Wolverines led in shots, 22-9, and took five corners while allowing Windham zero.

Michael Martin made nine saves in the shutout, and Brady Post stopped 19 shots for Windham.

Cincinnatus 2, Cooperstown 0

Cooperstown dropped a second consecutive decision to start the season.

Scott Schuyler and John Tomlinson each had a goal as Cincinnatus scored one in each half.

Eric Kukenberger made three saves in the loss for Cooperstown.

The Hawkeyes (0-2) visit Poland Tuesday.


Delhi 1, Afton/Harpursville 0

Afton/Harpursville …. 0 0 - 0

Delhi …. 0 1 - 1

Delhi (3-0): Christian Imperi 1-0, Danny Rolfe 0-1.

Afton/Harpursville: None.

Shots-corners: D 28-8 ; A/H 2-2.

Goalies: Ben Blocker (D) 1; Riley Livermore (AH) 17.

Bainbridge-Guilford 6, Walton 1

B-G ..... 5 1 – 6

Walton ..... 0 1 – 1

B-G: Ryan Porter 4-1, Easton Porter 1-2, Landon Umbra 1-0, Parker Luca 0-1, Seamus Nolan 0-1.

Walton (1-2, 1-1): Lucas Walley 1-0, Owen Clough 0-1.

Shots-corners: BG 15-5; W 10-5.

Goalies: Kaiden Vernold (W) 8.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 6, Canajoharie 0

Cherry Valley-Springfield (4-1, 2-1): Andrew Oram 1-0, Austin Yerdon 1-1, Luke Dubben 1-2, Caleb Carpenter 0-1, Allan Parker 1-0, Jeb Magruder 1-1, Oskar Webster 1-0, Will Heinrich 0-1.

Shots-corners: CVS 15-8; C 6-0.

Goalies: Owen Johnson (CVS) 6; Luke Adams (C) 9.

Schenevus 3, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton 2

G-MU ..... 2 0 – 2

Schenevus ..... 2 1 – 3

Schenevus: Peyton Darling 2-0, Hugh Gallagher 1-0, Owen Schneider 0-1.

Shots-corners: S 29-3; GMU 10-3.

Goalies: Ethan LaPre (S) 9; Gavin Bonczkowski (GMU) 18.

Worcester 3, Windham 0

Windham ..... 0 0 – 0

Worcester ..... 2 1 – 3

Windham: None.

Worcester (1-2, 0-2): Aaron Lorette 1-0, James Odell 1-1, Connor Fancher 1-0, Isaiah Haley 0-1.

Shots-corners: Wo 22-5; Wi 9-0.

Goalies: Michael Martin (Wo) 9; Brady Post (Wi) 19.

Cincinnatus 2, Cooperstown 0

Cincinnatus …. 1 1 - 2

Cooperstown …. 0 0 – 0

Cooperstown (0-2): None.

Cincinnatus (3-0): Scott Schuyler 1-0, John Tomlinson 1-1.

Shots-corners: Ci 10-3;

Goalies: Kooper Vosburg (Ci) 7; Erik Kukenberger (Co) 3.


Richfield Springs 4, Franklin 2

Franklin …. 1 1 - 2

Richfield Springs …. 2 2 - 4

Richfield Springs (2-0): Jake Bennett 1-0, Cam Duncan 1-1, Christian Andrev 0-1, Dylan Hosford 1-0, Brady Young 1-0, Tommy Graml 0-1.

Franklin: Matt Serrao 0-1, Rodney Blanchard 1-0, Jeffrey Bullis 1-0.

Shots-corners: RS 18-7; F 20-6.

Goalies: Cole Ruff (F) 10; Jake Patterson (RS) 11.


Walton 1, Sidney 0

Walton: Lucas Walley 1-0.

Shots: W 8; Sidney 5.

Goalies: Kaiden Vernold (W) 2; Andrew Vinal (S) 2.

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