Sports roundup

E.J. Kavrazonis scored the game-winner as Oneonta snuck by Windsor, 2-1, Wednesday in Windsor.

The Yellowjackets trailed 1-0 at halftime, before scoring the next two goals to snatch the win.

Riley Salt gave the hosts an early 1-0 lead off an assist from Noa Lawrence.

After playing the first 60 minutes in goal for Oneonta, Brad Morell came out into the field and knotted the score at 18:19 of the second half.

Morell followed it up with an assist on Kavrazonis' goal less than five minutes later.

Collin Bidwell was forced to make 19 saves on 25 Oneonta shots while Morell and Quin Hansen combined for five saves on six shots from Windsor.

Oneonta (13-1) will play in the STAC final next Thursday, Oct. 17.

Delhi 4, Greene 1

Four unanswered, second-half goals pushed host Delhi past Greene Wednesday.

Alec Frair scored for Greene in the first half on an assist from Scout McCumiskey.

The Bulldogs rattled off four in the second half on four different goalscorers. Paul Vickers, Aidan Paoli, Christian Imperi and Vincent Van Maren struck for Delhi.

Shots were even at nine for both teams, but Greene finished ahead, 4-3, in corners.

Bulldogs goalie Logan Bryan recorded the win with six saves while Nick Shoemaker made five saves for Greene.

Delhi (8-2-1) will host Walton at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11.

Walton 4, Afton/Harpursville 1

Kaiden Vernold registered his first varsity goal while also making five saves in host Walton's win Wednesday.

Vernold started in the field for senior recognition and tied the score, 1-1, after Ryan Dawson put A-H up in the first half.

Lucas Walley scored two second-half goals to make it 3-1 before Josh Carr added an insurance marker late.

Owen Clough started in goal for the Warriors and made four saves. Afton/Harpursville used Riley Livermore, Nate Houle and Brayden Baciuska in net and the trio combined for six saves.

Shots finished tied at 10, but Afton/Harpursville edged the Warriors, 7-3, in shots.

Walton (4-9, 3-7) will visit Delhi at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11.

Unadilla Valley 4, Bainbridge-Guilford 2

Bainbridge-Guilford.... 2 0 – 2

Unadilla Valley.... 2 2 – 4

B-G: Ryan Porter 2-0, Garrett O'Hara 0-1.

UV: Dylan Nichols 2-0, Devon Fairchild 1-1, Geordan Keach 1-1, Benny Gorrell 0-1, Cameron Osborne 0-1.

Shots-corners: B-G 10-1; UV 12-4.

Goalies: Zach Graham (B-G) 8; Brandon Kneale (UV) 10.

Unadilla Valley 4, Bainbridge-Guilford 2

Dylan Nichols highlighted Unadilla Valley's win with two goals Wednesday at Unadilla Valley.

The Storm started the scoring seven minutes into the game on a goal from Geordan Keach. Nichols made it 2-0 when he slotted home a pass from Benny Gorrell.

Bainbridge-Guilford tied it on two strikes from Ryan Porter, bringing the score to 2-2 game at halftime.

Unadilla Valley responded in the second half with goals from Nichols and Devon Fairchild, to make it a 4-2 final.

Shots (12-10) and corners (4-1) favored the Storm after 80 minutes.

Brandon Kneale stopped 10 shots for Unadilla Valley and Zach Graham had eight saves for the Bobcats.

Unadilla Valley will host Delhi at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16.

Delaware League Golf Championship

Jefferson took home the team title Wednesday while Reese Chase was the low medalist in the match at Windham Country Club.

The J-Hawks were led by Evan Staroba (87) Seth Wade (92), Lucas Pochily (92) and Dakota Shafer (102).

Reese Chase of Gilboa shot an 86, beating out Ian Walker of Roxbury and Ryan Zuill of Davenport who each carded an 86.

Walker (86), Trent-Faulkner Squires (92), Peyton Proctor (93) and Andrew Chojnowski (112) led the Rockets to a second-place finish.

Andes/South Kortright got third place and was highlighted by Connor Quarino (87), Christopher Champlin (91),Tyler Hall (101) and Adam Champlin (105).

Hunter-Tannersville and Gilboa will meet Friday at Colonial Country Club to decide the DL regular-season winner.

BOYS SOCCER

WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS

Oneonta 2, Windsor 1

Oneonta.... 0 2 – 2

Windsor.... 1 0 – 1

Oneonta (13-1): Brad Morell 1-1, E.J. Kavrazonis 1-0, Nate Kuhlmann 0-1.

Windsor: Riley Salt 1-0, Noa Lawrence 0-1.

Shots-corners: O 25-9; W 6-5.

Goalies: Brad Morell 4, Quin Hansen 1 (O); Collin Bidwell (W) 19.

Delhi 4, Greene 1

Greene.... 1 0 – 1

Delhi.... 0 4 – 4

Greene: Alec Frair 1-0, Scout McCumiskey 0-1.

Delhi (8-2-1): Paul Vickers 1-1, Aidan Paoli 1-1, Christian Imperi 1-1, Vincent Van Maren 1-0.

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

Goalies: Nick Shoemaker (G) 5; Logan Bryan (D) 6.

Walton 4, Afton/Harpursville 1

Afton/Harpursville.... 1 0 – 1

Walton.... 1 3 – 4

Afton/Harpursville: Ryan Dawson 1-0, Connor Hoyt 0-1.

Walton (4-9, 3-7): Kaiden Vernold 1-0, Lucas Walley 2-0, Josh Carr 1-0, Jacob Pomeroy 0-1.

Shots-corners: A/H 10-7; W 10-3.

Goalies: Riley Livermore 1, Nate Houle 3, Brayden Baciuska 2 (A/H); Owen Clough 4, Kaiden Vernold 5 (W).

Unadilla Valley 4, Bainbridge-Guilford 2

Bainbridge-Guilford.... 2 0 – 2

Unadilla Valley.... 2 2 – 4

B-G: Ryan Porter 2-0, Garrett O'Hara 0-1.

UV: Dylan Nichols 2-0, Devon Fairchild 1-1, Geordan Keach 1-1, Benny Gorrell 0-1, Cameron Osborne 0-1.

Shots-corners: B-G 10-1; UV 12-4.

Goalies: Zach Graham (B-G) 8; Brandon Kneale (UV) 10.

GOLF

WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS

Delaware League Championship

at Windham CC

18 holes, par-71

Team scores: Jefferson 373, Roxbury 383, Andes/SK 384, Margaretville 389, Windham 390, Hunter-Tannersville 404, Gilboa 406, Davenport 417, Stamford 448.

J: Seth Wade 92, Evan Staroba 87, Lucas Pochily 92, Dakota Shafer 102

R: Trent Faulkner-Squires 92, Ian Walker 86, Andrew Chojnowski 112, Peyton Proctor 93.

A/SK: Tyler Hall 101, Connor Quarino 87, Christopher Champlin 91, Adam Champlin 105.

M: Thomas Chairvolotti 87, Cody Balcom 106, Justin Johnson 97, Ivan Hervera 99.

W: peter Pranzo 90, Jason Hammel 89, Lilian Pranzo 104, Charlie Mulholland 104.

H-T: Grady Glennon 88, Ernie Briskey 111, Lyden Smith 100, Dennis Houlihan 105.

G: Reese Chase 86, Robert Ryan 95, Keith Smith 111, Kara Dumas 114.

D: Jordan Wamsley 96, Ryan Zuill 86, Nathan Amadon 110, Matt Vroman 125.

S: Tyler Tierney 97, James Olsen 114, Darren Mullen 121, Nathan Lane 116.

BOYS SOCCER

TUESDAY'S RESULTS

Cooperstown 3, Edmeston 0

Cooperstown.... 1 2 – 3

Edmeston.... 0 0 – 0

Cooperstown (5-7, 3-5): Colby Diamond 1-1, Jackson Martz 1-0, Ollie Wasson 1-0.

Edmeston: None.

Shots-corners: C 29-10; E 4-6.

Goalies: Eric Kukenberger (Co) 3; Garrett Lum (E) 7.

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