Colby Diamond scored with three seconds left as Cooperstown defeated host Westmoreland, 2-1, in dramatic fashion Monday, Sept. 30 in Center State Conference Division III boys soccer action.

With 19 seconds left, Liam Spencer hit a shot from 25 yards that struck the crossbar and fell to Ollie Wasson, who chested the ball to Diamond at the far post for the winning goal.

“It was a great win for us because the first game of the year they beat us, 5-1,” Cooperstown coach Frank Miosek said. “It was a moral victory, and a league victory for us. We played a very well controlled game.”

Wasson, a freshman, had a part in both Cooperstown goals. He scored the Hawkeyes’ first goal after a scoreless first half for both sides.

Cooperstown led the shot count by a 32-10 margin and took five corners to three for Westmoreland.

Kendall Haney made four saves for the Hawkeyes.

Cooperstown (4-6, 3-4) will play at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, for a Homecoming match.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 4, Schenevus 0

Four players scored as Cherry Valley-Springfield blanked Schenevus in Tri-Valley League action.

The Patriots scored three of their four goals in the second half to pull away.

Will Heinrich (goal, assist), Austin Yerdon, Andrew Oram and Alan Parker tallied the goals while Luke Dubben dished out two assists.

“In the second half, we really started playing our style of game,” CV-S coach Terri Adams said. “The first half we struggled a little.”

The Patriots had more shots (17-14) but finished with the same amount of corners (two) as the Dragons.

Owen Johnson earned the 14-save shutout for CV-S while Ethan LaPre had 13 saves for Schenevus.

Cherry Valley-Springfield (11-2, 7-2) will host Worcester at 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 4.

Laurens 2, Franklin 1

Laurens coach Dave Miller earned his 350th career victory with the Leopards’ win over Franklin.

With about 14 minutes remaining in regulation in a 1-1 game, Cyller Cimko scored from inside the six yard box in what proved to be the game-clinching goal for Laurens.

Adam Peddie started the scoring for the Leopards when he sent a shot just inside the back post 10 minutes into the second half.

The Purple Devils knotted it at 1-1 on Matt Serrao’s goal following a chipped pass from Jeffrey Bullis with 16 minutes left in the game.

Laurens keeper Chris Long turned aside seven shots and Cole Ruff made 13 saves for Franklin.

The Leopards finished with more shots (15-8) and corners (8-4) than the Purple Devils.

Franklin (3-7-1, 1-6-1) will visit Milford at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1.

Delhi 2, Unadilla Valley 1

Two points from Aiden Caoli and a strike from Danny Rolfe were enough for Delhi in its win over Unadilla Valley on Saturday, Sept. 28.

All the scoring came in the first half. Caoli finished with a goal and assist to lead the Bulldogs, while Dylan Nichols scored the only goal for the Storm.

Logan Bryan had two saves for Delhi and Brandon Kneale made five saves in net for Unadilla Valley.

Delhi (6-1-1) will host Bainbridge-Guilford at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1.

Hunter-Tannersville 1, Germantown 0

Hunter-Tannersville won its Booster Club Tournament in dramatic fashion over Germantown on Saturday, Sept. 28, scoring its lone goal in the second overtime period.

Kaeden Leach was awarded a penalty kick with 1:32 left in double overtime and beat Germantown goalie Jaden Velez to secure the championship for the Wildcats.

“This was a crazy game,” H-T coach Brent Dearing said in a media release. “I thought we had the better chances in the first half, but couldn’t cash in. They started to get the momentum in the second half and we got tired.

“In OT it went back and forth until we got the PK and ended it,” Dearing said.

Josh Vital starred for Hunter-Tannersville in net, making 16 saves.

The final statistics showed a tight battle as Germantown edged H-T in shots, 19-11, but trailed, 7-6, in corners.

Leach and Armand Aizstrauts were named as the most valuable players of the boys tournament.

Hunter-Tannersville (6-3, 3-2) will visit Windham at 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1.

Davenport 3, Worcester 0

Davenport claimed the shutout victory in the consolation game of the Chic Walshe Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 28.

Dylan Waid potted two goals and Jordan Wamsley add one strike in the Wildcats’ win. Warren Quigley had an assist for Davenport as well.

Wildcats goalie Ryan Zuill made seven saves to hold Worcester scoreless. Wolverines keeper Michael Martin stopped 17 shots.

Shots and corners favored Davenport, 19-7 and 7-2, respectively.

Davenport (6-4, 4-1) will host South Kortright at 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1.


Norwich 258,

Oneonta 302

Oneonta lost a close match to Norwich on Monday at Oneonta Country Club.

Max Gelbsman shot the low round for the Yellowjackets with a 45. Following Gelbsman were Cameron Sitts (53), Sheamus Catella (54), Ethan Dugan (58) and Isaac Morse (92).

Oneonta will host Windsor at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 2.



Cooperstown 2, Westmoreland 1

Cooperstown ..... 0 2 - 2

Westmoreland ..... 0 1 – 1

Westmoreland (6-4-1, 2-4): Davis 1-0.

Cooperstown (4-6, 3-4): Oliver Wasson 1-1, Colby Diamond 1-0.

Shots-corners: C 32-5; W 10-3.

Goalies: Kendall Haney (C) 4; Pyfnaik (W) 6.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 4, Schenevus 0

Schenevus.... 0 0 – 0

Cherry Valley-Springfield.... 1 3 – 4

Schenevus: None.

CV-S (11-2, 7-2): Will Heinrich 1-1, Austin Yerdon 1-0, Andrew Oram 1-0, Alan Parker 1-0, Luke Dubben 0-2.

Shots-corners: S 14-2; CV-S 17-2.

Goalies: Ethan LaPre (S) 13; Owen Johnson (CV-S) 14.

Laurens 2, Franklin 1

Laurens.... 0 2 – 2

Franklin.... 0 1 – 1

Laurens: Adam Peddie 1-0, Cyller Cimko 1-0.

Franklin (3-7-1, 1-6-1): Matt Serrao 1-0, Jeffrey Bullis 0-1.

Shots-corners: L 15-8; F 8-4.

Goalies: Chris Long (L) 7; Cole Ruff (F) 13.


Delhi 2, Unadilla Valley 1

Unadilla Valley.... 1 0 – 1

Delhi.... 2 0 – 2

UV: Dylan Nichols 1-0, Devon Fairchild 0-1.

Delhi (6-1-1): Danny Rolfe 1-0, Aiden Caoli 1-1.

Shots-corners: UV 4-3; D 9-9.

Goalies: Brandon Kneale (UV) 5; Logan Bryan (D) 2.

Hunter-Tannersville 1, Germantown 0

Germantown.... 0 0 0 – 0

Hunter-Tannersville.... 0 0 1 – 1

Germantown: None.

H-T (6-3, 3-2): Kaeden Leach 1-0.

Shots-corners: G 19-6; H-T 11-7.

Goalies: Jaden Velez (G) 7; Josh Vital (H-T) 16.

Davenport 3, Worcester 0

Worcester.... 0 0 – 0

Davenport.... 2 1 – 3

Worcester: None.

Davenport (6-4, 4-1): Dylan Waid 2-0, Jordan Wamsley 1-0, Warren Quigley 0-1.

Shots-corners: W 7-2; D 19-7.

Goalies: Michael Martin (W) 15; Ryan Zuill (D) 7.



Norwich 258, Oneonta 302

at OCC

Front Nine, par-36

Norwich: Cameron Birch 40, Max Marson 48, Parker Walsh 50, Nate Revoir 54, Logan Waters 66.

Oneonta: Max Gelbsman 45, Cameron Sitts 53, Sheamus Catella 54, Dugan 58, Isaac Morse 92.

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