The Stamford Mayor’s Cup lives in Davenport.
Kyle Beang and Sarah Haight highlighted a Davenport sweep with key goals in the annual high school soccer tournament, which featured the Wildcats boys and girls playing the host school in both championship games Saturday.
Beang scored on a pass from Matt Finne with 1 minute, 20 seconds left in the second overtime to lead Davenport’s boys to a 1-0 title win over Stamford.
Haight had three goals for the Wildcats girls, who cruised to a 5-1 victory over the Indians.
Davenport 1, Stamford 0
Finne’s direct kick from the right side beyond the 18-yard line found an oncoming Beang, who ran onto the ball for a one-timer from the left of the 6-yard box for the winning goal.
“They’re in high spirits,” Davenport coach Debbie Moorby said of her 3-1 team. “They’re a very young team that’s starting to mesh.”
Chris Kopf made six saves for the Wildcats, who placed Finne, Justin Fisher, Corey Hartman and Kyle Moorby on the Stamford Mayor’s Cup All-Star team.
Ken Ward stopped 12 shots en route to All-Star honors with teammates Erik Ehrhart and Wade Tompkins.
Davenport hosts Downsville on Tuesday.
SK 3, Roxbury 2
Tyler Faulk’s goal two minutes into the second half snapped a 2-all and lifted South Kortright to victory in the third-place game of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
All-tournament selection Trevor Holdridge sent a crossing pass that Faulk one-timed into the goal from 8 yards.
Holdridge and fellow all-tournament pick Dylan Cole scored in the first half for the Rams.
Spencer Hinkley and Danny Ballard scored in the first half for Roxbury, which placed Derek Cowan on the all-tournament team.
SK (2-1) travels to Margaretville today.
Delhi 4, Gilboa 3
Connor Tucker scored midway through the first overtime as Delhi won the fifth-place game in the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Mitch Reed scored two goals, and Carson King had a goal and an assist for the Bulldogs, who were outshot, 11-7.
Russell Cobane earned all-tournament honors for Delhi (2-2).
Nick Vogiatzis, Zak Perry and Brett Potter scored for Gilboa, which placed Tod Aplin on the all-tournament team. The Wildcats rallied from a 3-0 deficit in the first half.
UV 3, Walton 1
Colin Izard had a goal and an assist to lead Unadilla Valley, which won the championship game of the James Campbell Tournament at Downsville.
The game was called with 12 minutes left because of high winds and lightning.
Nate Mackey opened the scoring 1:30 into the second half. Delhi goalie Zach Fogle saved Izard’s initial shot, but Mackey scored on the rebound.
Sixteen minutes later, senior Sean Smith finished a pass from Izard to give the Storm a 2-0 lead.
Walton cut its deficit to 2-1 five minutes later when Abel Clark beat UV goalie Kyle King after receiving a long pass from Nate Piper.
Izard capped the scoring, scoring off a header assist from David Schwab.
The game was called 30 seconds after Izard’s goal.
FS 2, Downsville 1
Billy Smith converted a pass from Dayton Frey in the first half, but host Downsville (0-2) lost the consolation game of the James Campbell Tournament.
Alan Goodman’s lob shot off a pass from Alex Thompson gave Family School the go-ahead goal with 16 minutes left.
Davenport 5, Stamford 1
Haight scored the opening goal from about 30 yards out in the first half and followed with two breakaway goals in the second half as Davenport (4-0) rolled to the Stamford Mayor’s Cup crown.
“This is maybe a little unexpected,” Davenport coach Ray Preston said of his team’s perfect start. “My kids have been working hard, though. So far, we’ve been rewarded for that hard work.”
Emily Whipple and Kacie Hymers also scored for the Wildcats, who palced Haight, Kassie Jeffers, Bailee Hymers and goalie Jayra Blanton on the Cup’s All-Star team.
Kim Freer scored for Stamford, which had tournament All-Stars in Naleah Meier, Cassie Ehrhart and Morgan Boyle.
Davenport hosts Stamford in the Delaware League on Thursday.
The Cup’s All-Star team is incomplete as Delhi and South Kortright was postponed by poor weather Saturday. Stamford athletic director Greg O’Connell said All-Stars from those teams will be added to the list after that game is played at a later date.
Gilboa 1, Roxbury 0
Shelby Oliver’s goal with just under 10 minutes remaining gave Gilboa a victory in the fifth-pace of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Oliver shot from the left side of the box. It deflected off a Roxbury defender and into the goal.
All-tournament selection Brooke Koerner made three saves for Gilboa (3-1), which travels to Roxbury on Tuesday.
Unatego 3, Duanesburg 0
Goals by Sarah Mannina, Mariah Scott and Tori Halaquist helped Unatego to a first-round victory in the Kyle Sharpe Tournament at Schoharie.
Mannina made it 1-0 15 minutes before halftime. She received a pass from Kayla Komenda before scoring on a lofted shot that went over keeper Nicole Cassale and just under the crossbar.
Scott’s goal came on a corner kick 12 ½ minutes into the second half. Halaquist volleyed in a cross from Katrina Clark with four minutes to play.
“We settled down in the second half and played a much better-looking game,” Unatego coach Sue Herodes said of her 3-0 team.
The Spartans host Unadilla Valley on Tuesday before playing Schoharie in the tournament final Saturday. Schoharie beat Mayfield, 2-0, in the other first-round game.
Downsville 2, Margaretville 1
It took but 11 seconds for Kendra Lacey to score the winner in the second overtime as Downsville won its Jane Flannery Tournament.
After a series of passes, Leigha LaTourette sent a long cross to Lacey, who split two defenders before scoring.
LaTourette scored the tying goal with 2:20 left in regulation. She volleyed in a corner kick by Kim Dusseldorp.
Tess Svoboda scored early in the second half for Margaretville.
Downsville (2-0) travels to Jefferson on Thursday.