OHS routs Windsor on Senior Night

JARED BOMBA | The Daily Star Oneonta senior Maria Farrell takes a free kick during the first half of Tuesday’s game against Windsor at Oneonta High School. The shot hit the crossbar, but Farrell had a goal as Oneonta won, 8-1.

Seven of Oneonta’s nine seniors were involved in a goal as the Yellowjackets rolled over Windsor, 8-1, in Southern Tier Athletic Conference girls soccer Tuesday, Oct. 8.

Eight of nine seniors were given the start by coach Jerry Mackey, with Morgan Jipson being left out because of injury. Avery Burnsworth, Maria Farrell, Martine Hitchcock, Olivia O’Donnell, Olivia Hanbridge, Mary Brantley, Dani Basdekis and Meredith Smithling all started.

Brantley started the scoring six minutes in, sending a low, left-footed shot into the near post from 16 yards after taking a pass from Basdekis.

Farrell made it 2-0 on 14 minutes with an assist from Smithling before Maddy Hansen scored on a lofted shot from 30 yards to make it 3-0 with 20:52 left in the first. Autumn Nealis was credited with the assist.

Nealis scored two minutes later on a shot from the left side, and Hanbridge scored with an assist from Jenna Gaisford to make it 5-0 at the break.

Burnsworth got her goal three minutes into the second with an assist from Hitchcock, who also dished to Smithling 10 minutes later for a 7-0 edge.

Riley Miner broke the shutout with 22:15 left in the half for Windsor, but Basdekis closed the scoring to give the Yellowjackets eight.

Oneonta (12-2) finished with a 28-3 edge in shots and a 5-1 lead in corners. The Yellowjackets have won 10 consecutive games.

Unatego 1, Delhi 0

Morgan Perry’s goal in the second half was the difference in host Unatego’s win over Delhi.

Perry’s goal came at 13:27 after she got past a Bulldog defender and hit a hard shot from the top of the box that deflected off a Delhi defender and into the net.

“It was a hard played game but very frustrating,” Spartans coach Sue Herodes said. “It definitely was one of those days where things weren’t going to be easy.”

Unatego finished with 20 shots to the Bulldogs’ three, but the Spartans had a hard time solving Delhi goalie Silvia Liddle (16 saves).

“We had six corner kicks and at least four of them we had a massive scramble in front and we couldn’t score,” Herodes said.

Meghan Perry posted the three-save shutout for Unatego.

“It obviously is much better than a loss and the possibility of a tie,” Herodes said. “We just didn’t finish.”

Unatego (11-0-1, 9-0) will host Oxford at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10.

Stamford 1, Windham 0

Stamford shut out host Windham on Tuesday with a three-save performance from goalkeeper Melanie Hoyt.

Emily Clark was Stamford’s lone goalscorer with a second-half strike.

Casey Coe made five saves in goal for the Warriors.

Shots favored Stamford, 7-6, but Windham had more corners (2-1) after 80 minutes.

Stamford (2-7-4) will host Jefferson at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10.

Roxbury 3,

Hunter-Tannersville 0

Roxbury rolled past Hunter-Tannersville on Tuesday in a home match.

Kylie DeMaio and Kamora Brown scored for the Rockets as they improved to 13-0 on the season.

Roxbury’s first two goals came from Kylie DeMaio off assists from Courtnea DeMaio and Myah Johnston. Paige DeMaio assisted on Brown’s goal in the second half.

The Rockets finished with more shots (16-5) and corners (7-2) than the Wildcats.

Bryanna Meehan stopped all five shots she faced for Roxbury, while Rosalie Randolph (five saves) and Hedda Flynn (two saves) split time in net for Hunter-Tannersville.

Roxbury will visit Margaretville at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10.

Unadilla Valley 2,

Sidney 0

Candace York, Paige Catena and Meegan White led Unadilla Valley to a win at Sidney.

York and Catena slotted the Storm’s goals while White turned aside all five shots she faced in goal.

The first goal was a Sidney own goal two minutes into the game, while the second came at 24:04 in the second half.

The Storm outshot Sidney, 14-11, and edged the Warriors, 2-1, in corners.

Sidney will host Unatego at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16.

Margaretville 5,

Jefferson 0

Margaretville blanked Jefferson in a Delaware League match.

Shyanna Balcom stopped all five shots she faced to earn the win in net for the Blue Devils.

Margaretville’s offense came from Alivia Cordero (two goals, two assists), Olivia Balcom (goal), Kylee Ferraro (goal) and Marisol Flores (goal). Marley Eignor added an assist.

The Blue Devils scored three of their five goals in the first half before scoring twice more in the second half.

Amber Cole made 13 saves as the J-Hawks goalie.

Margaretville finished with 19 shots and four corners while Jefferson had five shots and four corners.

Margaretville (11-1) will host Roxbury at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10.

Downsville 2,

Davenport 1

Downsville snuck past host Davenport with a pair of first-half goals.

Zelda Adams scored once for Downsville, and Jenna Lubbers was the goalscorer for the Wildcats.

Downsville got on the board first when Adams beat Davenport goalie Kayla Mace (six saves) short side, giving the Eagles a 1-0 lead.

Jenna Lubbers scored for Davenport in the second half, bringing it to a 2-1 final.

Olivia Brunner got the win in goal for the Eagles, making three saves.

South Kortright 6,

Gilboa 0

Six goalscorers paced South Kortright in its road win over Gilboa Tuesday.

Emily Andersen, Lacey Eckhart, Sonia Reeves, Sonia Reeves, Lila Schafer, Madison Coberley and Emily Burns struck for the Rams. Five of the goals were scored in the first half.

Chloe Davis and Payton Pietrantoni combined for the shutout in net for South Kortright. Wildcats goalies Chrissy Brando and Adrionna Doyle finished with six total saves in the loss.

Gilboa (3-7-2, 2-5-1) will host Downsville at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10.

Franklin 3, Walton 0

Maddy Ackley’s two goals powered Franklin past host Walton.

Molly McLaughlin turned aside all three shots she faced to record the shutout.

Ackley started the scoring at 6:02 of the first half with a shot from just inside the 18 following a failed Warriors clearing attempt.

The Purple Devils did not find the back of the net again until Ackley deposited a Alyssa Nowhitney corner kick at 26:50 of the second half.

Kayla Campbell made it 3-0 three minutes later with a score inside the box on a feed from Marissa Campbell.

Walton goalie Ellisa Beach finished with 11 saves.

Franklin (9-3-2, 7-3-1) will visit Schenevus at 12 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, in a Tri-Valley League Championship semi-final.

GIRLS SOCCER

TUESDAY’S RESULTS

Oneonta 8, Windsor 1

Windsor ..... 0 1 – 1

Oneonta ..... 5 3 – 8

Oneonta (12-2): Mary Brantley 1-0, Maria Farrell 1-0, Maddy Hansen 1-0 Autumn Nealis 1-1, Olivia Hanbridge 1-0, Avery Burnsworth 1-0, Meredith Smithling 1-1, Dani Basdekis 1-1, Jenna Gaisford 0-1, Martine Hitchcock 0-2, Mackey Catan 0-1.

Windsor: Riley Miner 1-0, Sam Soya 0-1.

Shots-corners: O 28-5; W 3-1.

Goalies: Liz Brantley (O) 2.

Unatego 1, Delhi 0

Delhi.... 0 0 – 0

Unatego.... 0 1 – 1

Delhi: None:

Unatego: Morgan Perry 1-0.

Shots-corners: D 3-0; U 20-6.

Goalies: Silvia Liddle (D) 16; Meghan Perry (U) 3.

Stamford 1, Windham 0

Stamford.... 0 1 – 1

Windham.... 0 0 – 0

Stamford (2-7-4): Emily Clark 1-0.

Windham: None.

Shots-corners: S 7-2; W 6-1.

Goalies: Melanie Hoyt (S) 3; Casey Coe (W) 5.

Roxbury 3, Hunter-Tannersville 0

Hunter-Tannersville.... 0 0 – 0

Roxbury.... 1 2 – 3

Hunter-Tannersville: None.

Roxbury (13-0): Kylie DeMaio 2-0, Courtnea DeMaio 0-1, Myah Johsnton 0-1, Kamora Brown 1-0, Paige DeMaio 0-1.

Shots-corners: H-T 5-2; R 16-7.

Goalies: Rosalie Randolph 5, Hedda Flynn 2 (H-T); Bryanna Meehan (Ro) 5.

Unadilla Valley 2, Sidney 0

Unadilla Valley.... 1 1 – 2

Sidney.... 0 0 – 0

UV: Candace York 1-1, Paige Catena 1-0, Jaiden Schrag 0-1.

Sidney: None.

Shots-corners: UV 14-5; S 11-4.

Goalies: Meegan White (UV) 5; Tara Smith (S) 7.

Margaretville 5, Jefferson 0

Jefferson.... 0 0 – 0

Margaretville.... 3 2 – 5

Jefferson: None.

Margaretville (11-1): Alivia Cordero 2-2, Olivia Balcom 1-0, Kylee Ferraro 1-0, Marisol Flores 1-0, Marley Eignor 0-1.

Shots-corners: J 5-4; M 19-4.

Goalies: Amber Cole (J) 13; Shyanna Balcom (M) 5.

Downsville 2, Davenport 1

Downsville.... 2 0 – 2

Davenport..... 0 1 – 1

Downsville: Zelda Adams 1-0, J. Lamb 1-0.

Davenport: Jenna Lubbers 1-0.

Shots-corners: Dow 10-6; Dav 5-4.

Goalies: Olivia Brunner (Dow) 3; Kayla Mace (Dav) 6. 

South Kortright 6, Gilboa 0

South Kortright.... 5 1 – 6

Gilboa.... 0 0 – 0

SK: Emily Andersen 1-0, Lacey Eckart 1-0, Sonia Reeves 1-0, Lila Schafer 1-0, Madison Coberley 1-0, Emily Burns 1-0.

Gilboa (3-7-2, 2-5-1): None.

Shots-corners: SK 13-2; G 3-0.

Goalies: Chloe Davis 3, Payton Pietrantoni 0 (SK); Chrissy Brando 6, Adrionna Doyle 0 (G).

Franklin 3, Walton 0

Franklin.... 1 2 – 3

Walton.... 0 0 – 0

Franklin (9-3-2, 7-2-1): Maddy Ackley 2-0, Kayla Campbell 1-0, Marissa Campbell 0-1, Alyssa Nowhitney 0-1.

Walton: None.

Shots-corners: F 18-10; W 3-1.

Goalies: Molly McLaughlin (F) 3; Ellissa Beach (W) 11.

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