Sports roundup

Double overtime could not decide a winner in Tuesday night’s Tri-Valley League 1-1 tie between Cherry Valley Springfield and Edmeston.

The draw ends the Patriots’ winning streak at 10 games despite outshooting the Panthers, 20-2.

“I think that we controlled the speed of the game,” CV-S coach Dennis DeRider said. “I think we just had a hard time getting into scoring positions.”

Edmeston found itself up, 1-0, after 40 minutes on a goal from Emma Ough. The Patriots tied it on a goal from Sarah Lewis in the second half.

Mia Horvath was awarded a direct kick, and Lewis cleaned up the rebound to knot the score after Panthers goalie Madison Reinert (eight saves) stopped the initial shot.

It remained a 1-1 game through extra time, resulting in the tie.

“I think it’s a learning experience,” DeRider said. “We definitely need to recognize that we need to capitalize on our chances, we had a lot tonight, just couldn’t capitalize.”

Kelsey Girard concluded the match with three saves for CV-S.

Cherry Valley-Springfield (10-0-1) hosts Sharon Springs for Senior Night at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27.

Unatego 5, Greene 0

Dana Stepp scored a pair of goals and notched an assist as Unatego remained unbeaten with a road win at Greene.

Stepp scored both of her goals in the first half, with Paige McCoy and Tatum Codington also marking for the Spartans to take a 4-0 lead at the break.

Stepp provided the assist as Jenna Faulkner scored the lone second-half goal. Anabel Rommer and Shealinn Stevens each had an assist.

The Spartans (7-0, 6-0) finished with a sixth straight shutout, and have scored 34 goals while allowing one on the season.

“We’ve got some tough competition coming and our goals, as far as I’m concerned, are to keep us playing quickly, not getting comfortable, not sitting back,” Unatego coach Sue Herodes said.

The Spartans owned advantages of 22-4 and 6-1 in shots and corners, respectively.

Meghan Perry made two saves for Unatego before making way for Haleigh Burton, who also made two saves. Katelyn Pratt stopped 16 shots for Greene.

The Spartans face a nonleague test Wednesday, Sept. 25 at Newark Valley.

Schenevus 6, Franklin 0

Taylor Knapp and Alexia Piercy each scored twice as Schenevus continued to roll through the Tri-Valley League.

Piercy opened the scoring with an unassisted strike after five minutes. Knapp followed with two goals before Shawna Whiteman found Claire Warner for the fourth goal 15 minutes before halftime.

Piercy got her second goal four minutes into the second with a feed from Angelina Competiello, and Liliana Competiello converted an assist from Hannah Osborne to close the scoring.

Schenevus visits Edmeston at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28.

Sidney 5, Afton/Harpursville 0

Sidney shut out Afton/Harpursville with a one-save performance in goal from Tara Smith. 

Emma Simmons led the Warriors offense with a hat trick, followed by single strikes from Meghan Worden and Kiana Bacon. Savannah Baldwin notched three assists.

Sidney outshot A/H, 17-1, and finished with an 8-0 lead in corners.

Ashlynne Caffery of Afton/Harpursville had six saves.

Sidney (3-5, 2-3) hosts Bainbridge-Guilford at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 26.

South Kortright 1,

Stamford 0

South Kortright squeaked past Stamford on a game-winning goal from Lauren Schmid.

Schmid took a square ball from Lila Shafer with four minutes left in the first half, faked out Stamford goalkeeper Melanie Hoyt (nine saves) and potted it into the net for the only goal of the game.

SK’s Chloe Davis did not have to make a save in net for the shutout.

The Rams finished with 12 shots and two corners while Stamford had zero shots and one corner.

South Kortright (6-3, 3-1) travels to Jefferson for a 4:15 p.m. game on Thursday, Sept. 26.

Worcester 5, Laurens 0

Five players scored as Worcester pulled away from Laurens with four second-half goals.

Sophia Adams scored the lone first-half tally with 74 seconds left in the period.

The Wolverines scored three goals in six minutes of the second half, beginning with a high shot from Izzy Odell following an indirect free kick.

Makenna Ventuleth beat two defenders for an unassisted tally and Makenzie Sutliff scored from 18 yards out to complete the burst.

Jenna Morell notched an unassisted tally as Worcester hit five goals for the game.

Adams had the game’s lone assist to go with her opening goal.

Worcester outshot Laurens, 13-2, and forced six saves from Leopards goalkeeper Cassidy Moxley. Miriam Odell made two stops for the Wolverines.

Worcester (5-4, 3-3) plays Davenport in the consolation game of the Chic Walshe Tournament at 12 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28.

Margaretville 4,

Davenport 0

Natalia Herrera had a goal and two assists as Margaretville defeated Davenport in the Delaware League.

The Blue Devils scored twice in each half, with Herrera, Alivia Cordero, Marisol Flores and Antonia Falco each scoring once. Cordero also had an assist.

Kayla Mace made six saves for Davenport, and Shyanna Balcom stopped two shots for Margaretville.

The Blue Devils finished with a 12-3 lead in shots and a 7-0 advantage in corners.

Davenport (2-6, 1-3) visits Stamford at 4:15 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 26.

Hunter-Tannersville 2, Gilboa 1

Sundee Kroyer scored two goals on direct kicks to power Hunter-Tannersville past Gilboa.

Kroyer’s first goal came with 5:36 left in the first half to put H-T up, 1-0.

In the second half, Kroyer scored again on a shot that squeaked in just below the crossbar at 18:35.

Gilboa’s goal was scored by Keeley VanValkenburgh at 24:28.

Hunter-Tannersville had twice as many shots (10-5) and corners (4-2) as Gilboa after 80 minutes.

Rosalie Randolph made three saves in net for H-T, while Gilboa goalie Krissy Brandow had four saves.

Hunter-Tannersville (4-1-1, 3-1) visits Downsville at 4:15 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 26.

Roxbury 3, Downsville 1

Three points from Myah Johnston paced Roxbury in its win over Downsville.

Johnston scored a goal and had two assists in the victory while Kimora Brown and Alina Chojnowski recorded goals as well. Ayla Vorisek also finished with an assist.

Rockets goalkeeper Bryanna Meehan made four saves to earn the win. Olivia Brunner of Downsville had nine saves.

Roxbury held the advantage in shots at 15-2, and both teams registered two corners.

The Rockets (8-0, 4-0) travel to Windham for a 3:45 p.m. match on Thursday, Sept. 26.

Oneonta 4,

Trumansburg 1

Oneonta scored twice in the second half to pull away from Trumansburg after a lackluster first half Monday.

The Yellowjackets went ahead early as Anika Buzzy scored on an assist from Hannah Johnson 10 minutes into the first half.

Trumansburg hit back with five minutes left in the period as Julia Wright dribbled through the center of the OHS defense before finishing to tie it.

The tie lasted just three minutes as Johnson’s shot from outside the box found its way under Trumansburg goalkeeper Abby Jackson for a 2-1 Oneonta lead with 1:56 left in the half.

After a long walk for a halftime talk with coach Jerry Mackey, the Yellowjackets extended the lead 10 minutes in as a hard, low cross found the shin of a retreating defender and went into the net as an own goal.

Morgan Jipson closed the scoring with 23:45 left, hammering home a rebound of a Johnson shot to extend a three-goal deficit.

The Yellowjackets finished with a 19-5 lead in shots and an 11-2 edge in corners.

The win is a fifth straight for Oneonta (8-2), which visits Chenango Valley at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 26.


Deposit-Hancock 3,

Sidney 1

Deposit-Hancock took care of Sidney in four games, winning its sets 26-24, 25-7 and 25-16.

Sidney’s only winning set ended in a 25-19 score.

Deposit-Hancock was powered by Haleigh Weyrauch (nine kills, five aces), Noel Picozzi (three kills, nine aces), Kaitlyn Macumber (10 assists, seven digs) and Kalea Nichols (11 digs).

Sidney was highlighted by Seycelle Kolic (two aces, one kill), Amber Rogers (two aces, three assists) and Kaitlyn Brown (one ace, two kills).

Sidney visits Walton at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 26.



Cherry Valley-Springfield 1, Edmeston 1

Edmeston.... 1 0 0 – 1

Cherry Valley-Springfield.... 0 1 0 – 1

Edmeston: Emma Ough 1-0.

CV-S: Sarah Lewis 1-0, Mia Horvath 0-1.

Shots-corners: E 2-2; CVS 20-7.

Goalies: Madison Reinert (E) 8; Kelsey Girard (CV-S) 3.

Unatego 5, Greene 0

Unatego ..... 4 1 – 5

Greene ..... 0 0 – 0

Greene: None.

Unatego (7-0, 6-0): Dana Stepp 2-1, Paige McCoy 1-1, Tatum Codington 1-0, Jenna Faulkner 1-0, Anabel Rommer 0-1, Shealinn Stevens 0-1.

Shots-corners: U 22-6; G 4-1.

Goalies: Meghan Perry (U) 2, Haleigh Burton (U) 2; Katelyn Pratt (G) 16.

Schenevus 6, Franklin 0

Franklin ..... 0 0 – 0

Schenevus ..... 4 2 – 6

Schenevus: Taylor Knapp 2-0, Alexia Piercy 2-0, Claire Warner 1-0, Liliana Competiello 1-0, Shawna Whiteman 0-1, Angelina Competiello 0-1, Hannah Osborne 0-1.

Franklin: None.

Sidney 5, Afton/Harpursville 0

Afton/Harpursville....0 0 – 0

Sidney.... 2 3 – 5

A/H: None.

Sidney (3-5, 2-3): Emma Simmons 3-0, Meghan Worden 1-0, Kiana Bacon 1-0, Savannah Baldwin 0-3.

Shots-corners: A/H 1-0; S 17-8.

Goalies: Ashlynne Caffery (AH) 6; Tara Smith (S) 1.

South Kortright 1, Stamford 0

Stamford.... 0 0 – 0

South Kortright.... 1 0 – 1

Stamford: None.

SK (6-3, 3-1): Lauren Schmid 1-0, Lila Shafer 0-1.

Shots-corners: S 0-1; SK 12-2.

Goalies: Melanie Hoyt (S) 9; Chloe Davis (SK) 0.

Worcester 5, Laurens 0

Laurens ..... 0 0 – 0

Worcester ..... 1 4 – 5

Worcester (5-4, 3-3): Sophia Adams 1-1, Izzy Odell 1-0, Makenna Ventuleth 1-0, Makenzie Sutliff 1-0, Jenna Morell 1-0.

Laurens: None.

Shots: W 13; L 2.

Goalies: Miriam Odell (W) 2; Cassidy Moxley (L) 6.

Margaretville 4, Davenport 0

Margaretville ..... 2 2 - 4

Davenport ..... 0 0 - 0

Davenport (2-6, 1-3): None.

Margaretville: Alivia Cordero 1-1, Marisol Flores 1-0, Natalia Herrera 1-2, Antonia Falco 1-0.

Shots-corners: D 3-0; M 12-7.

Goalies: Kayla Mace (D) 6; Shyanna Balcom (M) 2.

Hunter-Tannersville 2, Gilboa 1

Gilboa.... 0 1 – 1

Hunter-Tannersville.... 1 1 – 2

Gilboa: Keeley VanValkenburgh 1-0.

H-T (4-1-1, 3-1): Sundee Kroyer 2-0.

Shots-corners: G 5-2; HT 10-4.

Goalies: Krissy Brandow (G) 4; Rosalie Randolph (HT) 3.

Roxbury 3, Downsville 1

Downsville.... 0 1 – 1

Roxbury.... 1 2 – 3

Downsville: Kailee Young 1-0.

Roxbury (8-0, 4-0): Kimora Brown 1-0, Myah Johnston 1-2, Alina Chojnowski 1-0, Ayla Vorisek 0-1.

Shots-corners: D 2-2; R 15-2.

Goalies: Olivia Brunner (D) 9; Bryanna Meehan (Ro) 4.


Oneonta 4, Trumansburg 1

Trumansburg ..... 1 0 - 1

Oneonta ..... 2 2 - 4

Oneonta (8-2): Anika Buzzy 1-0, Hannah Johnson 1-1, Martine Hitchcock 0-1, Morgan Jipson 1-0.

Trumansburg: Julia Wright 1-0.

Shots-corners: O 19-11; T 5-2.

Goalies: Liz Brantley (O) 2; Abby Jackson (T) 2, Maura O’Halloran (T) 6.


Roxbury 1, Germantown 0

Germantown.... 0 0 – 0

Roxbury.... 0 1 – 1

Germantown: None.

Roxbury: Leigha Lalosh 1-0, Myah Johnston 0-1.

Shots-corners: G 7-8; R 10-8.

Goalies: Kaitlyn Stagno (G) 4; Bryanna Meehan (Ro) 5.



Deposit-Hancock 3, Sidney 1

Game Scores: 26-24, 19-25, 25-7, 25-16.

Deposit-Hancock: Haleigh Weyrauch 9 kills, 5 aces; Noel Picozzi 3 kills, 9 aces; Kaitlyn Macumber 10 assists, 7 digs; Kalea Nichols 11 digs; Mariah Young 1 block; Diamond Profitt 1 block.

Sidney: Seycelle Kolic 2 aces, 1 kill; Amber Rogers 2 aces, 3 assists; Kaitlyn Brown 1 ace, 2 kills; Lindsay Frederick 4 aces; Kaitlin Bartels 2 aces; Bailey Bush 1 kill.

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