Make it two in a row for the state-ranked Morris girls soccer team.

Amanda Flint and Emily Leboffe scored Friday, leading the Mustangs to a 2-0 Tri-Valley League girls soccer victory over visiting Gilbertsville-Mount Upton.

The triumph clinched the second straight T-V West Division crown for Morris (10-0-2, 9-0-1), the state's sixth-ranked team in Class D.

Flint opened the scoring on an unassisted goal off a corner-kick rebound with 12 minutes, 43 seconds left in the first half. Leboffe made it 2-0 with 3:36 gone in the second half, converting a throughball from Charlotte Rozanski.

Katie Humphris made five saves for her eighth shutout this fall. The Morris keeper, who missed two games early on because of illness, has allowed four goals in 10 games. Cherry Valley-Springfield scored three times on Humphris in a 5-3 home loss Sept. 26. Humphris also gave up one goal in a 1-1 tie against ninth-ranked host Davenport in the Chic Walshe Tournament championship game last Saturday.

Logan Eltz had nine saves for G-MU, which was outshot, 15-4.

Morris hosts Milford on Monday in what could be a preview of the T-V championship game later this month. Milford moved to 8-1-1 overall with scoreless tie at CV-S on Friday. The Wildcats lead the East Division with the same record and have three league games left. Schenevus (9-3-2 overall) is second in the East _ at 6-3-2 _ and has two T-V games to go.

Milford, which is ranked 13th in the state, beat Morris in the 2010 T-V crossover, 1-0. The Wildcats went on to win the Section Four Class D championship.

Morris 2, G-MU 0

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton     0 0 _ 0

Morris     1 1 _ 2

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton: None.

Morris (10-0-2, 9-0-1): Amanda Flint 1-0, Emily Leboffe 1-0, Charlotte Rozanski 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: G 4-2; M 15-6.

Goalies: Logan Eltz (G) 9; Katie Humphris (M) 5.

Oneonta 3, CF 0

Karsen Shultz snapped a scoreless tie with 17:32 left and Dani Nicosia followed with two goals as host Oneonta won a Southern Tier Athletic Conference game at the Wright National Soccer Campus.

"We were happy to get that first one," said OHS coach Jerry Mackey, whose team outshot the Blue Devils, 13-2, and held a 7-0 edge in corner kicks. "Once we got that first one, it took a little wind out of their sails. This was a good win for us, but we could still use a little help because Seton only has one loss."

Shultz's goal came off a counter-attack as she beat CF goalie Ariel Roys to a ball headed forward by Cami Cleaveland. Nicosia's first goal came off a corner kick with 12:58 left. She capped the scoring with 8:45 to go, turning on a ball from 25 yards out to drive a shot from the middle into the goal.

Oneonta (10-1, 10-0) visits Windsor on Wednesday. The Jackets also will host Seton on Oct. 17 for a STAC game that will double as their Senior Night.

Oneonta 3, CF 0

at Wright National Soccer Campus

Chenango Forks     0 0 _ 0

Oneonta     0 3 _ 3

Chenango Forks: None.

Oneonta (10-1, 10-0): Karsen Shultz 1-0, Cami Cleaveland 0-1, Dani Nicosia 2-0.

Shots-corner kicks: C 2-0; O 13-7.

Goalies: Ariel Roys (C) 8; Emmalee Sloman (O) 1.

CV-S 0, Milford 0

Host Cherry Valley-Springfield played Tri-Valley League East Division frontrunner Milford to a scoreless tie.

"We played good midfield defense" said CV-S coach Amy Garretson, whose team outshot the defending T-V and Section Four Class D champions, 16-10. "It was a good team effort."

CV-S goalie Kylie Graham stopped 10 shots, as did Krista Ransier for the Wildcats (8-1-1, 8-1-1).

The Patriots (4-5-1, 4-5-1) host Worcester on Tuesday.

CV-S 0, Milford 0

Milford     0 0 0 0 _ 0

CV-S     0 0 0 0 _ 0

Milford (8-1-1, 8-1-1): None.

Cherry Valley-Springfield (4-5-1, 4-5-1): None.

Shots-corner kicks: M 10-7; C 16-2.

Goalies: Krista Ransier (M) 10; Kylie Graham (M) 10.

Worcester 5, Laurens 1

Worcester's Kaelyn Francis scored twice in a Tri-Valley road victory over Laurens.

Nicole Sawyer, Jessica Peeters and Daisy Doherty contributed one goal apiece for the Wolverines, who held a 13-12 edge in shots.

Kathleen Francisco converted a pass from Heather White for the Leopards (2-8-1, 1-7-1), who are at Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Tuesday.

Worcester 5, Laurens 1

Worcester     2 3 _ 5

Laurens     0 1 _ 1

Worcester: Jessica Peeters 1-0, Kaelyn Francis 2-0, Nicole Sawyer 1-1, Daisy Doherty 1-0, Karli Pochkar 0-1.

Laurens (2-8-1, 1-7-1): Kathleen Francisco 1-0, Heather White 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks; W 13-3; L 12-3.

Goalies: Morgan Clark (W) 8; Courtney Sherry (L) 8.

Franklin 1, Edmeston 0

Mariah McNeilly converted a corner kick by Jordan Beers 7:07 into the second half as Franklin won a Tri-Valley League game on the road.

Beers sent a corner to the middle of the goal, where Edmeston keeper Katlin Talbot (six saves) pushed the ball off the crossbar. McNeilly chested in the rebound for the Purple Devils, who received five saves from Haley Downin.

"We can't get a lucky bounce to save our lives," Edmeston coach Melanie Mumbulo said. "We hit the crossbar in the first half, a post in the second half ... we can't buy one."

Talbot had six saves for the Panthers (5-7, 4-7), who host Cherry Valley-Springfield next Friday.

Franklin 1, Edmeston 0

Franklin     0 1 _ 1

Edmeston     0 0 _ 0

Franklin: Mariah McNeilly 1-0, Jordan Beers 0-1.

Edmeston (5-7, 4-7): None.

Shots-corner kicks: F 8-2; E 10-3.

Goalies: Haley Downin (F) 5; Katlin Talbot (E) 6.

WCV 3, Cooperstown 1

West Canada Valley got two second-half goals from Alexis Fauvelle in a Center State Conference Division I road win.

Bella Anania converted a pass from Julie Dykstra to help Cooperstown to a 1-1 tie at halftime.

The Redskins (1-9-1, 1-9-1) host Dolgeville on Tuesday.

WCV 3, Cooperstown 1

West Canada Valley     1 2 _ 3

Cooperstown     1 0 _ 1

West Canada Valley: Jennie Maxwell 1-1, Alexis Fauvelle 2-1, Kalli Warmingham 0-1.

Cooperstown (1-9-1, 1-9-1): Bella Anania 1-0, Julie Dykstra 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: W 20-5; C 9-2.

Goalies: Courtney Phillips (W) 5; Katelynn Kiuber (C) 9.

Stamford 6, Jefferson 0

Erin Hull and Kim Freer scored two goals apiece to lead Stamford to home rout of Jefferson in the Delaware League.

Cassie Ehrhart and Morgan Boyle also scored for the Indians (9-2, 6-1), who held a 24-2 advantage in shots.

Stamford hosts Delhi in a non-league game at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Stamford 6, Jefferson 0

Jefferson     0 0 _ 0

Stamford     3 3 _ 6

Jefferson: None.

Stamford (9-2, 6-1): Morgan Boyle 1-1, Erin Hull 2-2, Kim Freer 2-1, Cassie Ehrhart 1-1, Maleah Meier 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: J 2-2; S 24-8.

Goalies: Shania Speenburgh (J) 11; Olivia Geraghty (S) 2, Gabby Rion (S) 0.

Delhi 4, Sidney 0

Marisa Chytalo converted a one-on-one against Sidney goalie Alexa Sundal 55 seconds into Delhi's MAC win at home Thursday.

Chytalo finished with two goals, as did freshman teammate Agie Hook.

Delhi plays at Stamford at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Delhi 4, Sidney 0

Thursday's game

Sidney     0 0 _ 0

Delhi     2 2 _ 2

Sidney: None.

Delhi (5-6-1, 5-5-1): Marisa Chytalo 2-0, Agie Hook 2-0.

Shots-corner kicks: S 8-9; D 12-3.

Goalies: Alexa Sundal (S) 6; Katie Pardee (D) 6, Emma Moon (D) 0.

BOYS SOCCER

CV-S 1, Milford 0, 2OT

Brett Adams scored three minutes into the second sudden-victory overtime to lift unbeaten Cherry Valley-Springfield to a Tri-Valley League road win.

Adams beat a defender on the left side of the field before scoring unassisted to the far post.

"They're a very nice team," said Milford coach Frank Spurchise, whose Wildcats lost in overtime for the second time in four games. "We'd like to be on the receiving end one of these days, just to get that feeling of the golden goal."

Parker Fish had 19 saves for the Wildcats (4-4-3, 4-3-3), who host Morris on Monday.

Andrew Bosc stopped all seven Milford shots in the shutout for the Patriots (12-0-1, 10-0-1), who host Edmeston on Monday.

CV-S 1, Milford 0, 2OT

Cherry Valley-Springfield     0 0 0 1 _ 1

Milford     0 0 0 0 _ 0

Cherry Valley-Springfield (12-0-1, 10-0-1): Brett Adams 1-0.

Milford (4-4-3, 4-3-3): None.

Shots-corner kicks: C 20-7; M 7-1.

Goalies: Andrew Bosc (C) 7; Parker Fish (M) 19.

Morris 2, G-MU 1

Mike Deluca scored the decisive goal 5:35 into the second half, giving the Mustangs a 2-0 lead in their Tri-Valley League road victory.

Deluca also set up Levi Decker's goal in the first half.

The Raiders' Greg Delaney converted a pass from Eddie Cotton with 29:59 remaining for the final margin.

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton (3-5-2, 2-4-2) is at Laurens on Tuesday.

Morris 2, G-MU 1

Morris     1 1 _ 2

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton     0 1 _ 1

Morris: Levi Decker 1-0, Mike Deluca 1-1.

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton (3-5-2, 2-4-2): Greg Delaney 1-0, Eddie Cotton 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: M 16-6; G 8-2.

Goalies: Kerry Smith (M) 6; Austin Burnside (G) 12.

Edmeston 4, Franklin 1

Edmeston closed with four straight goals after Zach McNeilly opened the scoring for host Franklin with 14:24 left in the first half of the Tri-Valley League game.

Chris Simmons, Logan Vibbard, Clayton Hawes and Tanner Ray scored for the Panthers, who held a 23-7 advantage in shots.

Edmeston 4, Franklin 1

Edmeston     2 2 _ 4

Franklin     1 0 _ 1

Edmeston: Chris Simmons 1-0, Logan Vibbard 1-0, Clayton Hawes 1-0, Tanner Ray 1-0.

Franklin (3-7, 3-6): Zach McNeilly 1-0, Alex Brownell 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: E 23-0; F 7-5.

Goalies: Justin Kuchera (E) 6; Thomas Tolley (F) 10.

Unatego 6, Sidney 0

Derek Joyce scored four times to lead visiting Unatego, which broke open a close Midstate Athletic Conference game with four second-half goals.

Dan Kleeschulte and Brett Humphries each contributed a goal and an assist for the Spartans (10-0-1, 6-0-1), who host fellow MAC unbeaten Greene (10-1, 7-0) at 3 p.m. Saturday in the regular-season conference finale for both teams.

Sidney is at Afton at 3 p.m. Saturday.

Unatego 6, Sidney 0

Unatego     2 4 _ 6

Sidney     0 0 _ 0

Unatego (10-0-1, 6-0-1): Derek Joyce 4-0, Dan Kleeschulte 1-1, Brett Humphries 1-1, Troy White 0-2, Matt Van Deusen 0-1.

Sidney (5-5, 3-4): None.

Shots-corner kicks: U 19-3; S 4-2.

Goalies: Alex White (U) 3; Evan Eliason (S) 8.

Margaretville 7, Windham 0

Ryan Sanford had three goals to lead host Margaretville to a Delaware League rout.

Kyle Short contributed two goals for the Blue Devils (5-4-1, 4-2-1), who are at Jefferson on Wednesday.

Margaretville 7, Windham 0

Windham     0 0 _ 0

Margaretville     5 2 _ 7

Windham: None.

Margaretville (5-4-1, 4-2-1): Ryan Sanford 3-0, Kyle Short 2-0, Iso Desic 1-0, Ralph Falco 1-0, Peter Cella 0-2, Daniel Vankeuren 0-1, Matt Van Valkenburg 0-1, Adam Van Valkenburg 0-1, Sam Gil 0-1, Michael Conroy 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: W 4-5; M 16-7.

Goalies: Luke Rasmussen (W) 9; Mitch Hull (M) 2.

Jefferson 3, Stamford 2

Charles Kemler had all three goals for host Jefferson in a Delaware League win over Stamford. Jacob Pasa assisted on each goal.

Kemler's first goal came less than five minutes into the opening half, scoring on a shot to the upper-left corner from 18 yards out.

Each of his second-half goals came on breakaways that started on the right side.

Ryan Dianich scored the Indians' goals, one unassisted and another off a pass from Mike Callagy.

Jefferson (6-5) hosts Margaretville on Wednesday.

Jefferson 3, Stamford 2

Stamford     1 1 _ 2

Jefferson     1 2 _ 3

Stamford: Ryan Dianich 2-0, Mike Callagy 0-1.

Jefferson (6-5): Charles Kemler 3-0, Jacob Pasa 0-3.

Shots-corner kicks: S 14-8; J 11-1.

Goalies: Ken Ward (S) 5; Bryan Case (J) 9.

Downsville 4, Afton 0

Kyle Norwood had a goal and an assist to lead Downsville (7-4-1) to a non-league victory at home.

Kris Acevedo and Josh Ahearn combined on the shutout for the Eagles, who play Windham at Hunter-Tannersville on Tuesday.

Downsville 4, Afton 0

Afton     0 0 _ 0

Downsville     2 2 _ 4

Afton: None.

Downsville (7-4-1): Kevin Doig 1-0, Michael Tompkins 1-0, Kyle Norwood 1-1, Nick Baxter 1-0, Dayton Frey 0-1, Justin Baxter 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: A 2-4; D 27-7.

Goalies: Cameron Oswald (A) 9, Joe Shearer (A) 2; Kris Acevedo (D) 0, Josh Ahearn (D) 1.

Downsville 2, H-T 2

Zach Mudge had a goal and an assist to help Hunter-Tannersville to a Delaware League tie on the road Thursday.

Nick Baxter also had a goal and an assist for Downsville (6-4-1, 2-3-1), which held an 11-7 advantage in shots.

Downsville 2, H-T 2

Thursday's game

Hunter-Tannersville     1 1 0 0 _ 2

Downsville     2 0 0 0 _ 2

Hunter-Tannersville: Zach Mudge 1-1, Kyle Wojuo 1-0.

Downsville (6-4-1, 2-3-1): Nick Baxter 1-1, Dylan Tompkins 0-1, Jared Stone 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: H 7-6; D 11-1.

Goalies: Neal Statts (H) 6; Kris Acevedo (D) 2, Josh Ahearn (D) 2.

FIELD HOCKEY

Little Falls 2, Cooperstown 0

Winless Cooperstown held visiting Little Falls scoreless until 19 minutes remained, when Teddi Falls scored off a pass from Miranda Salamone.

Leah Tooley followed with an insurance goal less than 10 minutes later.

McKayla Fay stopped five shots for the Redskins (0-10, 0-9), who will compete in the Sauquoit Tournament next Friday and Saturday.

Little Falls 2, Cooperstown 0

Little Falls     0 2 _ 2

Cooperstown     0 0 _ 0

Little Falls (3-4): Teddi Fallis 1-0, Leah Tooly 1-0, Miranda Salamone 0-1, Erin Noyes 0-1.

Cooperstown (0-10, 0-9): None.

Shots-penalty corners: 7-11; C 1-0.

Goalies: Christie Torres (L) 1; McKayla Fay (C) 5.

GIRLS TENNIS

Sidney 5, Hancock 0

Samantha Butcher's 6-4, 6-1 sweep of Megan Hunter at first singles helped Sidney to a MAC home victory.

The match originally started Sept. 27 but was suspended by rain.

Hancock (4-4) is at Walton on Tuesday.

Sidney 5, Hancock 0

at Sidney

Singles: Samantha Butcher def. Megan Hunter, 6-4, 6-1; Jilleen Livingston def. Khrystal Potter, 6-0, 6-1; Mina Hoblitz def. Savanna Mills, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: Jillian Hornbeck and Nicole Rajner def. Stephanie Poborsky and Christina Buchanan, 6-0, 6-3; Fatima Iqbal and Brynn Davie def. Autumn Kellam and Cirsten Buchanan, 6-0, 6-0.

VOLLEYBALL

Owego 3, Oneonta 1

Kelsey Baker had 14 kills, five blocks and four aces, but Oneonta dropped a STAC match at home, 25-17, 25-20, 24-26, 25-15, to undefeated Owego.

Veronica Stamp contributed 25 assists for the Yellowjackets (5-4), who will compete at the Shenendehowa Tournament on Saturday.

Owego 3, Oneonta 1

Game scores: 25-17, 25-20, 24-26, 25-15.

Owego (8-0): Lauren Edwards 35 assists, 2 aces; Stephanie Raftis 10 kills 18 digs; Paige Shaughressy 2 blocks.

Oneonta (5-4): Kelsey Baker 4 aces, 14 kills, 5 blocks; Hayley Dower 11 digs; Veronica Stamp 25 assists.

JV score: Owego, 2-0.

Sidney 3, Afton 0

Michaela Lewis had 10 aces for Sidney in a 25-19, 25-9, 25-17 home sweep of MAC foe Afton.

Paige Redmond contributed six assists for the Warriors (6-2), who are at Harpursville on Oct. 17.

Dakota Latham's four kills paced Afton (0-7), which hosts Oxford on Saturday.

Sidney 3, Afton 0

Game scores: 25-19, 25-9, 25-17.

Afton (0-7): Dakota Latham 4 kills; Alisha Hubbard 2 aces; Payton Cutting 2 aces; Mallory Lawrence 3 assists.

Sidney (6-2): Michaela Lewis 10 aces; Courtney Williams 3 kills, block; Paige Redmond 6 assists; Lindsey Northrop 3 digs.

JV score: Sidney, 3-0.

Walton 3, Deposit 2

Beth Patterson had nine aces and eight assists to lead Walton to a 25-22, 25-23, 10-25, 14-25, 25-17 MAC road win Thursday.

Morgan Layton contributed six kills and five aces for the Warriors (6-2).

Kim Camp had nine aces, six assists and five kills for the Lumberjacks (5-6), who are at Harpursville on Tuesday.

Walton 3, Deposit 2

Thursday's match

Game scores: 25-22, 25-23, 10-25, 14-25, 25-17.

Walton (6-2): Beth Patterson 9 aces, 8 assists; Marissa Seward 5 aces, 5 kills; Morgan Layton 6 kills, 5 aces, block.

Deposit (5-6): Kim Campo 9 aces, 6 assists, 5 kills, block; Shelby Pettersen 7 assists, 6 aces, 6 kills, 6 dogs; Catherine Bush 5 digs.

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