Ninth-seeded Edmeston got first-half goals from Tyrick Wheeler and Logan Williams to defeat No. 8 Milford, 2-0, on the road Wednesday, Oct. 23, in the first round of the Section IV Class D boys soccer tournament.
LAURENS – Zach Shaul scored a bizarre overtime goal to send fourth-seeded Laurens past No. 13 Richfield Springs, 2-1, Wednesday, Oct. 23, in the first round of the boys Section IV Class D section tournament.
A late second-half surge was not enough as 13th-seeded Cooperstown fell to No. 4 Westmoreland/Oriskany, 3-2, in the first round of the Section III Class C boys soccer tournament Wednesday, Oct. 23, at Westmoreland Central School.
Seventh-seeded South Kortright shut out No. 10 Milford Tuesday, Oct. 22, in the first round of the Section IV Class D Tournament at South Kortright.
DELHI — Jody Bray and Alanna Ruchar were each involved in two goals as eighth-seeded Delhi stifled No. 9 Bainbridge-Guilford, 4-0, to advance into the quarterfinals of the Section IV Class C girls soccer bracket Tuesday, Oct. 22.
Graham Wooden ran for a game-high 170 yards and threw the tying touchdown pass to Lucas Breakey with 17 seconds remaining as Oneonta scored 29 fourth-quarter points and reversed a two-touchdown deficit late in the fourth quarter to defeat Ithaca, 43-41, Friday, Oct. 19, at Oneonta High School.
Cooperstown enjoyed a successful outing at the Center State Conference Cross Country Championships, winning the division title on the girl side and placing two boys in the conference's top five.
ONEONTA – Revenge was on Cherry Valley-Springfield’s mind Saturday, Oct. 19, when it took down Schenevus, 2-1, in the Tri-Valley League girls final at Wright National Soccer Campus.
ONEONTA – Netalia Herrera's fourth minute goal held up for Margaretville under heavy pressure from Roxbury as the Blue Devils won, 1-0, Saturday, Oct. 19, for first Delaware League girls soccer championship since 2013.
ONEONTA – Dana Stepp scored two goals and added an assist to lead Unatego past Unadilla Valley, 3-0, Saturday, Oct. 19, at Wright National Soccer Campus as the Spartans claimed the girls MAC championship for the second straight season.
ONEONTA – Laurens and Cherry Valley Springfield battled to a 1-1 tie Saturday, Oct. 19 at Wright National Soccer Campus in the Tri-Valley League boys final.
ONEONTA – Three unanswered goals powered Greene past a resilient, physical effort from Delhi to win a third consecutive Midstate Athletic Conference boys soccer championship Saturday, Oct. 19, at Wright National Soccer Campus.
Cooperstown outshot Sauquoit Valley, 29-3, and held a 7-0 advantage in corner kicks, but the host Hawkeyes fell, 1-0, in the Center State Conference on Friday, Oct. 18.
SIDNEY – A fast start was not enough for Sidney in its 53-8 loss to the state’s top-ranked Class C team, Susquehanna Valley, Friday at Alumni Field.
Liam Spencer had a hat trick as Cooperstown qualified for the Section III tournament with a 5-0 thrashing of Utica Academy of Science at home in Center State Conference Division III boys soccer Wednesday, Oct. 16.
Three points from Morgan Perry and a pair of goals from Dana Stepp and Tatum Codington led Unatego past host Sidney, 7-1, Tuesday night in Midstate Athletic Conference girls soccer.
Two days after winning individual honors at the Delaware League Golf Championships, Reese Chase led Gilboa to a narrow 189-193 defeat of Hunter-Tannersville to split the season championship between the teams.
Kylie McKee broke an Oneonta school record to lead the Yellowjackets to a second-place finish out of five teams at Utica College on Tuesday, Oct. 8, in girls swimming action.
Seven of Oneonta’s nine seniors were involved in a goal as the Yellowjackets rolled over Windsor, 8-1, in Southern Tier Athletic Conference girls soccer Tuesday, Oct. 8.
ONEONTA — Five first-half turnovers doomed Oneonta as the Yellowjackets dropped their homecoming game to rival Norwich, 48-0, Saturday, Oct. 5.
Angelina Competiello scored three of her four goals in the first half to lead unbeaten Schenevus to an 8-0 win at home over Davenport on Saturday, Oct. 5.
Matt Shultz was involved in five goals as seven players scored in Oneonta’s 10-0 trouncing of Susquehanna Valley on Friday, Oct. 4 in Southern Tier Athletic Conference boys soccer.
Sarah Lewis contributed to three Cherry Valley-Springfield goals as the Patriots bounced back from their first loss of the season with a 5-2 Tri-Valley League girls soccer win over Worcester.
Jake Patterson stopped all nine shots he faced as Richfield Springs blanked Milford, 2-0, in rainy conditions during Thursday, Oct. 4’s Tri-Valley League boys soccer match.
Seniors Nate Kuhlmann, EJ Kavrazonis and Brad Morell each scored at least once as Oneonta celebrated Senior Night with a 5-0 win over Seton Catholic at Oneonta High School on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
Riley Stevens and Cam Cintron each scored twice as Milford outlasted an early scoring flurry and a pair of goals from Franklin’s Matt Serrao to win, 6-2, Tuesday, Oct. 1, in Tri-Valley League boys soccer.
SCHENEVUS — Schenevus edged visiting Cherry Valley-Springfield, 2-1, Tuesday, Oct. 1 behind a pair of goals from Angelina Competiello in a battle of undefeated and state-ranked teams.
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SCHENEVUS - Richard J. McHale, 86, passed away at home on Oct, 20, 2019. He was born Jan. 12, 1933, in Youngstown, Ohio, the son of Martin and Helen McHale. Richard was a United States Army veteran. He married Freda Marello on Sept. 13, 1986. While living in New York City Richard was a doorm…
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