Kayla Campbell cashes in for Franklin girls against Worcester

RYAN AMES | The Daily Star 

Franklin’s Kayla Campbell passes the ball in front of Worcester’s Mackenzie Sutliffe during the first half of Friday’s game at Worcester.

Kayla Campbell factored in all three Franklin goals during a 3-0 win over Worcester on Friday, Sept. 20 in Tri-Valley League girls soccer.

The sophomore scored twice and dished out an assist while goalie Molly McLaughlin earned the shutout in net with six saves.

“She had more duties than usual tonight,” Franklin coach Gerald Laing said. “We were relying on her to do more tonight—we were missing Maddie Ackley—be more of a playmaker as well as being the scorer.”

Campbell saw tight coverage from Worcester all game, but still found a way to do damage on the scoresheet.

“Kayla knows it going into each game,” Laing said about opposing teams trying to shut down Campbell. “A lot of it is going to come down to what she does with movement around the ball.”

Campbell scored both of her goals in the opening frame with the first coming at 36:27 on a boot to the right corner. Her second was off a direct kick from 30 yards that dipped just below the crossbar.

Zoe Warren made it 3-0 in the second half following a corner from Campbell that found Warren running toward the back post at 26:49.

“They were the better team today,” Worcester coach James Kenyon said in a media release. “We knew we could not give Campbell a clear look at the goal—she is a terrific player.”

Shots (12-6) and corners (2-1) fell in Franklin’s favor after 80 minutes of action.

“We’re going to have to punish teams who follow us and follow Kayla (around),” Laing said. “I thought she was very dominant tonight.”

Franklin (4-2-2, 3-1-1) visits Schenevus at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24 while Worcester (4-3, 2-3) plays Davenport at noon Saturday in the Chic Walshe Tournament.

Delhi 0, S.S. Seward 0

Neither Delhi nor S.S. Seward could get on the scoreboard in non-league play.

Sylvia Liddle of Delhi had a busy night in goal, stopping 13 shots.

Seward keeper Kathryn Mulhare had four saves.

Delhi was outmatched in shots (14-12) and corners (5-2).

The Bulldogs (3-2-2) visit Oxford at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24.


Cooperstown 57,

West Canada Valley 40

Cooperstown cruised past West Canada Valley on Thursday, taking first place in every event.

The 200-yard medley relay team of Laurel Zaengle, Katelyn Amsden, Briana Bischof and Emily Amore started the meet off with a win for the Hawkeyes in 2:15.19.

The 200 free relay squad of Zaengle, Mina Aramini, Amore and Mikeeli Hanson won in 2:01.78 and the 400 free relay team composed of Maddie Hurysz, Bischof, Rylie Austin and Hanson finished in 4:39.23.

Zaengle, Aramini and Hanson each won two individual events. Zaengle snagged the 50 free (29.13) and 100 backstroke (1:13.53), Aramini took home the 200 individual medley (2:51.04) and 100 butterfly (1:17.58) and Hanson won the 200 free (2:28.29) and 100 free (1:05.92).



Franklin 3, Worcester 0

Franklin.... 2 1 – 3

Worcester.... 0 0 – 0

Franklin (4-2-2, 3-1-1): Kayla Campbell 2-1, Zoe Warren 1-0, Valentino Temple 0-1.

Worcester (4-3, 2-3): None.

Shots-corners: F 12-2; W 6-1.

Goalies: Molly McLaughlin (F) 6; Miriam Odell (W) 7.

Delhi 0, S.S Seward 0

S.S. Seward.... 0 0 – 0

Delhi.... 0 0 – 0

Seward: None.

Delhi: None.

Shots-corners: SS 14-5; D 12-2.

Goalies: Kathryn Mulhare (SS); Sylvia Liddle (D) 13.



Cooperstown 57, West Canada Valley 40

at West Canada Valley

Top Cooperstown finishers

200-yard medley relay: 1, Laurel Zaengle, Katelyn Amsden, Briana Bischof, Emily Amore 2:15.19.

200 freestyle: 1, Mikeeli Hanson 2:28.29.

200 individual medley: 1, Mina Aramini, 2:51.04.

50 free: 1, Laurel Zaengle 29.13.

Diving: 1, Samantha Vezza, 186.53.

100 butterfly: 1, Mina Aramini 1:17.58.

100 free: 1, Mikeeli Hanson 1:05.92.

500 free: 1, Briana Bischof, 6:53.65.

200 free relay: 1, Laurel Zaengle, Mina Aramini, Emily Amore, Mikeeli Hanson 2:01.78.

100 backstroke: Laurel Zaengle 1:13.53.

100 breaststroke: Katelyn Amsden 1:22.99.

400 free relay: Maddie Hurysz, Briana Biscof, Rylie Austin, Mikeeli Hanson 4:39.23.

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