Richfield Springs holds off Laurens in overtime, 3-2

CHERYL CLOUGH Laurens' Gabby Andrades kicks the ball past Richfield Springs' Molly Bobnick during a Thursday, Sept. 5 game at Laurens.

Lauren Johnson’s goal in the second period of overtime negated a two-goal Laurens comeback as Richfield Springs earned a 3-2 decision on the road in Tri-Valley League girls soccer.

A goal and an assist from Gabby Andrades helped the Leopards overcome a two-goal deficit, but it was Johnson with the most crucial goal, scoring with seven minutes remaining in the final stanza of overtime.

“It was an exciting game, a competitive game for us,” Laurens coach Scott Bolton said. “We came back, the girls never gave up, we just ended up on the wrong side of the scoreboard.”

The Indians took the lead in the first half as Jordyn Seamon scored with 25 minutes left in the period. Maggie Worobey struck three minutes later to make the lead two.

Andrades cut the deficit five minutes later, beating a couple RS defenders before sending a shot high into the net.

The Leopards looked for an equalizer for 46 minutes before Emily Stanley took a feed from Andrades with nine minutes remaining, tying the game and forcing overtime.

The Indians led in shots, 16-5, and corners, 2-0.

Nia Segina made 11 stops for Laurens, while Jackie Hosford stopped two shots for Richfield Springs.

Laurens (0-2, 0-1) plays Jefferson on Saturday at 12 p.m. in the Mayor’s Cup at Stamford.

Oneonta 2, Chenango Valley 1

Exactly one week after falling to the defending state champions, the Yellowjackets bounced back with a win over Chenango Valley.

Anika Buzzy and Martine Hitchcock scored for Oneonta with Hannah Johnson contributing a pair of assists in the victory.

Aubrey Marroquinn tallied CV’s lone goal and Sara Marinaro had the assist.

Liz Brantley earned the win in net for Oneonta, making six saves. CV keeper Maddie Trisket had five saves.

The Yellowjackets came out on top in shots, 14-10, and corners, 10-4.

Oneonta (2-1) finishes up a four-game road trip at Baldwinsville Saturday at 3 p.m.

Margaretville 3, South Kortright 2

Alivia Cordero put up a three points as Margaretville beat South Kortright in overtime of the first round of the Mayor’s Cup.

Cordero totaled one goal and two assists as the Blue Devils’ top point-getter against the Rams. Kansas Shamro and Marisol Flores pocketed goals for Margaretville as well.

South Kortright was led by Lacy Eckert who scored both goals, while Sonia Reeves added an assist.

Margaretville was up 2-1 at the end of the first half, but South Kortright tied it in the second 40 to force extra time.

Shots were even 9-9 for both teams but the Rams held the 8-4 edge in corners.

“It was an evenly matched game by two competitive teams,” South Kortright coach Josh Burroughs said. “I thought both sides had good chances.”

South Kortright plays in the second round of the Mayor’s Cup on Saturday at noon.

Stamford 0, Gilboa 0

Stamford advanced on PKs

Stamford goalkeeper Melanie Hoyt made two saves in a penalty kick shootout as the Indians tied Gilboa, but advanced in the Mayor’s Cup.

Neither team managed a goal in open play, combining for just eight shots in the contest. Hoyt, a junior, made four saves while Gilboa’s Kristen Brandon stopped three shots to force the shootout.

Hoyt’s pair of saves in the shootout set up Stamford senior Clair Kletchka to convert the final kick and advance the Indians.

Stamford (0-0-1) hosts Margaretville on Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Mayor’s Cup.

Edmeston 3, Downsville 0

Three players scored for Edmeston as the Panthers edged host Downsville in the Flannery Tournament.

Lizzy Williams opened the scoring in the first half, latching onto a failed clearance and finishing for a 1-0 Edmeston lead.

Another defensive error produced Edmeston’s second goal later in the half, with Emma Ough capitalizing to double the advantage.

Madison Bolton completed the scoring in the second half.

Despite the final score, the Panthers held slim leads of 12-11 in shots and 3-2 in corners.

“In the first half, we hit the bar twice and missed three breakaways. Early in the season, with 15 seniors gone, there’s gonna be some growing pains,” Downsville coach Burt Reed said. “The game was closer than it looked.”

Madison Reinert made seven saves for Edmeston. Olivia Brunner stopped nine shots and Vena Vandermark stopped one for the Eagles.

“It was a very good game. Edmeston is quick. They did some really nice things,” Reed said. “But I saw some good stuff. It makes me think that when we get it all sorted out, we can play with any of these teams.”

Downsville (0-1) hosts Sullivan West on Saturday at 10 a.m. Edmeston plays Morris at the same time and place in the tournament final.

Morris 5, Sullivan West 0

A hat trick from Carissa Richards and two assists from Baylie Boglioli led Morris in its win over Sullivan West.

The Mustangs got on the board early with two quick goals from Richards.

Elese Southard and Hannah West tacked on two more goals for Morris before the first half was over, making it 4-0.

Richards deposited her third late in the game to bring the final to 5-0.

Mustangs keeper Anastasia Edwards compiled nine saves before being replaced by Leah Rehrmann (one save) in the second half.

Riley Ernst stopped seven shots in net for SW.

Morris finished with an 18-14 edge in shots as well as an 8-5 lead in corners.



Richfield Springs 3, Laurens 2

Richfield Springs …. 2 0 0 1 - 3

Laurens …. 1 1 0 0 - 2

Laurens (0-2, 0-1): Gabby Andrades 1-1, Emily Stanley 1-0.

Richfield Springs: Jordyn Seamon 1-0, Maggie Worobey 1-0, Lauren Johnson 1-0.

Shots-corners: L 5-0; RS 16-2.

Goalies: Nia Segina (L) 11; Jackie Hosford (RS) 2.

Oneonta 2, Chenango Valley 1

Oneonta.... 2 0 – 2

Chenango Valley.... 1 0 – 1

Oneonta (2-1): Anika Buzzy 1-0, Martine Hitchcock 1-0, Hannah Johnson 0-2.

CV: Aubrey Marroquinn 1-0, Sara Marinaro 0-1.

Shots-corners: O 14-10; CV 10-4.

Goalies: Liz Brantley (O) 6; Maddie Trisket (CV) 5.

Margaretville 3, South Kortright 2

Margaretville... 2 0 1 – 3

South Kortright... 1 1 0 – 2

Margaretville: Kansas Shamro 1-0, Alivia Cordero 1-2, Marisol Flores 1-0.

South Kortright (0-1): Lacy Eckert 2-0, Sonia Reeves 0-1.

Shots-corners: M 9-4; SK 9-8.

Goalies: M. Storey (M) 6; Grace Schneider (SK) 3.

Stamford 0, Gilboa 0

Stamford advanced on PKs

Gilboa …. 0 0 0 0 - 0

Stamford …. 0 0 0 0 – 0

Stamford (0-0-1): None.

Gilboa: None.

Shots-corners: S 4-4; G 4-0.

Goalies: Melanie Hoyt (S) 4; Kristen Brandon (G) 3.

Edmeston 3, Downsville 0

Walton …. 2 1 - 3

Downsville …. 0 0 - 0

Downsville (0-1): None.

Edmeston: Lizzy Williams 1-0, Emma Ough 1-0, Madison Bolton 1-0.

Shots-corners: D 11-2; E 12-3.

Goalies: Olivia Brunner (D) 9, Vena Vandermark (D) 1; Madison Reinert (E) 7.

Morris 5, Sullivan West 0

Morris... 4 1 – 5

Sullivan West... 0 0 – 0

Morris (2-1, 1-1): Carissa Richards 3-0, Baylie Boglioli 0-2, Elese Southard 1-0, Hannah Wist 1-0, Madison Aikins 0-1.

Shots-corners: M 18-8; SW 14-5.

Goalies: Anastasia Edwards 9, Leah Rehrmann 1 (M); Riley Ernst (SW) 7.


Franklin 8, Jefferson 0

Jefferson ..... 0 0 – 0

Franklin ..... 5 3 – 8

Jefferson: None.

Franklin (1-0): Kayla Campbell 3-0, Valentina Temple 2-0, Marissa Campbell 1-1, Alyssa Nowhitney 1-0, Kristin Cronk 1-0, Maddy Ackley 0-2.

Shots-corners: J 2-0; F 19-12.

Goalies: Amber Cole (J) 11; Molly McLaughlin 2.


Roxbury 8, Laurens 1

Roxbury …. 2 6 - 8

Laurens …. 0 1 - 1

Laurens (0-1): Emily Stanley (L) 1-0.

Roxbury: Myah Johnston 2-0, Kylie DeMaio 3-0, Brianna Cross 1-0, Katherine Jankowski 1-0, Leigha Lalosh 1-0.

Shots-corners: L 2-0; R 16-12.

Goalies: Nia Segina (L) 5, Cassidy Oxley (L) 3; Bryanna Meehan (R) 0.

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