Richfield Springs boys blank Milford, 2-0, in TVL

CHERYL CLOUGH Richfield Springs defender Austin Bowman clears the ball during the Indians’ 2-0 win over Milford on Thursday, Oct. 4.

Jake Patterson stopped all nine shots he faced as Richfield Springs blanked Milford, 2-0, in rainy conditions during Thursday, Oct. 4’s Tri-Valley League boys soccer match.

The Indians scored twice in the second half on goals from Christian Andreav and Dylan Hosford. Andreav’s goal came with 10:54 left in the game while Hosford scored with 3:52 remaining.

Jake Bennett and Cam Duncan tallied assists for Richfield Springs.

Wildcats goalie Louis Banks compiled 15 saves in the loss.

The Indians edged Milford in shots, 22-13, and corners, 4-3.

Milford (8-4-1) will visit Roxbury at 4:15 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7.

Franklin 5, Morris 2

Franklin downed Morris in a Tri-Valley League game that was played at Unatego on Thursday.

Matt Serrao led the Purple Devils with three points (goal, two assists) while goalkeeper Cole Ruff got the win with three saves.

The Mustangs scored first when Christian Valentine headed in a corner kick from Scott Murphy, 2:18 into the game.

Serrao tied the game 10 minutes later before Nick McWeeney put Franklin up, 2-1, on a header off a corner from Brandon Gregory.

Before halftime, Jeffrey Bullis scored to give the Purple Devils a 3-1 advantage, but Morris made it a one-goal game shortly into the second half on a Jacob Goodspeed strike.

Andy Adams and Serrao added insurance markers later in the half, giving Franklin the 5-2 final.

Mustangs goalie Jan Meyer finished the match with eight saves.

Franklin (4-8-1, 2-7-1) will host Davenport at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7.

Davenport 4, Gilboa 3

Jordan Wamsley’s second-half hat trick helped Davenport outlast Gilboa in a game that saw the teams combine for six goals in the second half.

Dylan Waid opened the scoring for Davenport, taking an assist from Wamsley with 14 minutes left in the first half for the only tally of the period.

Pat Cherry equalized for Gilboa three minutes into the second half, only for Wamsley to score twice in five minutes and put Davenport up two.

Jon Morse pulled Gilboa back within one, but Wamsley’s third goal once again made the deficit two with 20 minutes to play.

Luke Barrows brought Gilboa to 4-3 with a minute to play and the final 60 seconds produced a scrum in the penalty box, but Davenport held on for the Delaware League victory.

Davenport owned a 22-10 advantage in shots and a 9-2 edge in corners.

David Mattsson made 17 saves for Gilboa, and Ryan Zuill made six stops for Davenport.

“We are playing well, I’m pleased with the effort I’m getting, we just have to keep going,” Gilboa coach Ken Cox said. “We’ll come back Saturday and put this one behind us.”

Gilboa (4-8, 2-5) will visit Schenevus at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5.

Schenevus 6, Sharon Springs 0

Peyton Darling scored twice as Schenevus finished its Tri-Valley League regular season with a win.

Darling and Jordan Regg each scored an unassisted goal to put the Dragons ahead, 2-0, at halftime.

Darling and Hugh Gallagher each converted a penalty kick before Mekhi Regg and Daniel Merwin scored to give Schenevus four in the second half.

Merwin also notched the lone assist for the Dragons.

Schenevus finished with a 19-9 edge in shots and a 3-2 advantage in corners.

Ethan LaPre made five stops for his second shutout of the season. Xander Olsen stopped three shots for the Spartans.

Schenevus will host Gilboa for a Homecoming match at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5.

Jefferson 1, Hunter-Tannersville 0

Jefferson came away with the overtime win off a Hunter-Tannersville own goal.

With 55 seconds left in the first overtime period, the Wildcats attempted a clear but the ball instead rolled back into their own net.

J-Hawks goalie Kevin Lindquist turned aside eight shots for the shutout. Josh Vital made 10 saves for the Wildcats.

Jefferson recorded 18 shots and seven corners while H-T had 15 shots and five corners.

Hunter-Tannersville (7-4, 4-3) will host Roxbury at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8.

South Kortright 6, Roxbury 0

Charlie Kuhn’s pair of goals led five South Kortright scorers as the Rams defeated Roxbury to remain undefeated.

SK (13-0) scored four second-half goals to pull away after leading, 2-0, at halftime.

Kyle Funk was also involved in two goals for the Rams, tallying one goal and one assist. Stanley Andersen, Joe Krupa and Griff Dianich each had one goal.

Trent Faulkner-Squires made 16 saves for the Rockets as the Rams took 22 shots and seven corner kicks. Roxbury took three shots and did not earn a corner.

Brandon Grommeck made one save for SK.

Roxbury (7-5) will host Milford on Monday, Oct. 7.

Maragaretville 8, Windham 0

Margaretville scored six goals in the first half to run away with the win against Windham.

Willie Cano paced the Blue Devils with four points on two goals and two assists. Ivan Herrera and Michael Gavette each potted two goals and Mauricio Hernandez and Elvin Paredes added single strikes for Margaretville.

The Blue Devils outshot the Warriors, 22-6, and finished ahead, 12-2, in corners.

Billy Miller finished with the shutout in goal for Margaretville, making seven saves. Windham goalkeeper Brady Post had 15 saves.

Margaretville (11-2, 6-1) will visit Jefferson at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8.



Richfield Springs 2, Milford 0

Richfield Springs.... 0 2 – 2

Milford.... 0 0 – 0

Richfield Springs: Christian Andreav 1-0, Dylan Hosford 1-0, Jake Bennett 0-1, Cam Duncan 0-1.

Milford (8-4-1): None.

Shots-corners: RS 22-4; M 13-3.

Goalies: Jake Patterson (RS) 9; Louis Banks (M) 15.

Franklin 5, Morris 2

Morris.... 3 2 – 5

Franklin.... 1 1 – 2

Morris: Christian Valentine 1-0, Jacob Goodspeed 1-0, Rafael Arshi 0-1, Scott Murphy.

Franklin (4-8-1, 2-7-1): Matt Serrao 2-1, Nick McWeeney 1-0, Jeffrey Bullis 1-0, Andy Adams 1-0, Brandon Gregory 0-1, Tommy Dunne 0-1.

Shots-corners: M 5-2; F 13-8.

Goalies: Jan Meyer (M) 8; Cole Ruff (F) 3.

Davenport 4, Gilboa 3

Davenport …. 1 3 - 4

Gilboa …. 0 3 - 3

Gilboa (4-8, 2-5): Pat Cherry 1-0, Jon Morse 1-0, Colton Harrison 1-0, Luke Barrows 0-1, Tristen Meli 0-1, Rob Rion 0-1.

Davenport: Dylan Waid 1-1, Jordan Wamsley 3-1.

Shots-corners: G 10-2; D 22-9.

Goalies: David Mattson (G) 17; Ryan Zuill (D) 6.

Schenevus 6, Sharon Springs 0

Schenevus ..... 2 4 – 6

Sharon Springs ...... 0 0 – 0

Sharon Springs: None.

Schenevus: Peyton Darling 2-0, Jordan Regg 1-0, Hugh Gallagher 1-0, Mekhi Regg 1-0, Daniel Merwin 1-1.

Shots-corners: Sc 19-3; SS 9-2.

Jefferson 1, Hunter-Tannersville 0

Jefferson .... 0 0 1 – 1

Hunter-Tannersville .... 0 0 0 – 0

Jefferson: Hunter-Tannersville own-goal.

H-T (7-4, 4-3): None.

Shots-corners: J 18-7; H-T 15-5.

Goalies: Kevin Lundquist (J) 8; Josh Vital (H-T) 10.

South Kortright 6, Roxbury 0

South Kortright …. 2 4 - 6

Roxbury …. 0 0 - 0

Roxbury (7-5): None.

South Kortright (13-0): Charlie Kuhn 2-0, Stanley Andersen 1-0, Joe Krupa 1-0, Kyle Funk 1-1, Griff Dianich 1-0.

Shots-corners: R 3-0; SK 22-7.

Goalies: Trent Faulkner-Squires (R) 16; Brandon Grommeck (SK) 1.

Margaretville 8, Windham 0

Windham.... 0 0 – 0

Margaretville.... 6 2 – 8

Windham: None.

Margaretville (11-2, 6-1): Willie Cano 2-2, Ivan Herrera 2-0, Michael Gavette 2-0, Mauricio Hernandez 1-1, Elvin Paredes 1-0, Kevin Flores 0-1, Darwin Espino 0-1.

Shots-corners: W 6-2; M 22-12.

Goalies: Brody Post (W) 15; Billy Miller (M) 7.

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