Stevens, Cintron key Milford at Schenevus

CHERYL CLOUGH Milford’s Darrick West jumps to block Hugh Gallagher’s shot as Riley Stevens looks on during Thursday’s game at Schenevus.

Late goals from Riley Stevens and Cameron Cintron helped Milford overcome a 31-shot performance by Schenevus as the Wildcats earned a 3-1 win on Thursday, Sept. 12 in Tri-Valley League boys soccer.

A scoreless first half meant that Stevens’ unassisted goal with 34:35 left in the second opened the scoring.

Hugh Gallagher answered two minutes later on a feed from Daniel Gallagher, but a pair of defensive errors saw Schenevus concede a penalty kick to Stevens for his second of the game before Cintron notched an insurance goal.

The Dragons owned a 31-15 advantage in shots and a 7-1 lead in corner kicks, but Louis Banks produced 12 saves for the Wildcats. Ethan LaPre made seven stops for Schenevus.

The Dragons visit Morris at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 16.

Bainbridge-Guilford 3,

Unadilla Valley 2

Bainbridge-Guilford needed two goals from Garrett O’Hara and 12 saves from Zach Graham to outlast Unadilla Valley in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

The Bobcats took a 2-0 lead in the first half as Porter and O’Hara each found the back of the net.

The Storm rallied in the second half, with Dylan Nichols’ penalty kick halving the deficit before Devon Fairchild headed in a corner kick from Cam Osborne to tie it.

The comeback fell short moments later as Porter found O’Hara to return the lead to the Bobcats.

Brandon Kneale made seven saves for UV, and Graham saved the Bobcats with 12 stops.

“We saw chance after chance in the final 20 minutes get turned aside by an absolutely phenomenal goalkeeping effort,” UV coach Ryan Houck said in an email.

The Storm finished with a 15-10 advantage in shots. Both teams took five corners.

Davenport 4, Jefferson 3

Joe Ontl scored the lone second-half goal for host Davenport after a six-goal first half produced a 3-3 score at halftime.

Jordan Wamsley provided the last of his three assists nine minutes into the second half, and Ontl’s finish held up as Jefferson could not capitalize on late pressure in front of Jefferson’s goal.

“We had great opportunities late in the second half. I complimented my team on the way they played. The only thing they didn’t do was finish,” Jefferson coach Rick Cammer said. “It was an exciting game and the fans got their money’s worth.”

The first half featured six goals as Dylan Waid scored twice for Davenport. Wamsley had the Wildcats’ third goal and assisted both of Waid’s strikes.

“The second half we just weren’t placing the ball as well on goal, but Jefferson was more of a threat,” Davenport coach Debbie Moorby said. “Both teams really worked the ball really well. It was back and forth, really intense.”

The J-Hawks finished with a 19-12 lead in shots, but the Wildcats owned the corner count, 3-2.

Ryan Zuill made 13 saves for Davenport, and Kevin Lindqvist stopped seven shots for Jefferson.

The J-Hawks play Franklin at 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14 in the Mayor’s Cup.

Davenport (2-1) takes on Roxbury at noon in the same event.

Gilboa 4, Windham 1

Eddie Voorhees scored twice as Gilboa opened its Delaware League schedule with a win.

Frank Diamond and Rob Rion each scored a goal as the Wildcats tallied twice on each side of halftime. Tristan Meli had an assist and Voorhees totaled two goals and zero assists.

“It’s a good league win,” first-year Gilboa coach Ken Cox said. “We played well, and we played together. It’s starting to come together.”

Trent Post took a feed from Joe Lane to score for Windham in the second half.

Brady Post made five saves for Windham. David Mattsson made five stops and Nate Wycoff stopped four shots for Gilboa.

The Wildcats (2-3, 1-0) visit Jefferson at 4:15 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 16.

Greene 9, Delhi 0

Terriek Brown and Scout McCumiskey each had a hat trick as Greene beat Delhi in the MAC.

Greene led by four at halftime and scored another five in the second for a statement win in the league.

Logan Bryan made seven saves for the Bulldogs. Nick Shoemaker recorded two for the Trojans.

Greene (3-0) visits Sidney on Monday, Sept. 16.


Walton 3, Unatego 0

Jamie Klein led Walton with nine aces and three kills in a three-set (25-13, 25-20, 25-12) win over Unatego in the MAC.

Emma Walley finished with seven aces and three kills, while Hailey Gardner had five aces and dished out 10 assists. Keilie Dones totaled four kills.

Alyssa Blanco paced Unatego with two aces, four kills and an assist. Mikaila Herbst had one ace.

Walton (2-0) hosts Oxford on Tuesday, Sept. 17.

Deposit/Hancock 3, Delhi 0

Hayleigh Weyrauch led Deposit/Hancock with eight aces and four kills in a three-set victory (25-13, 25-21, 25-16) over Delhi.

Noel Picozzi contributed three kills, and Kalea Nichols had three kills, three aces and 10 digs for D/H. Kaitlyn Macumber contributed 12 assists and five digs.

Stella Mueller had five aces and Julia Baxter served up three to lead Delhi.


Cooperstown 96, Adirondack 87

Laurel Zaengle won two individual events and two relays as Cooperstown outpaced Adirondack.

Zaengle took first in the 50 freestyle with a time of 28.84, and also won the 100 breaststroke in 1:19.00.

She was also part of the 200 medley relay team, along with Katelyn Amsden, Emily Amore and Sam Vezza, that won in 2:14.19.

In the 200 freestyle relay, Zaengle, Amore, Emily Ferrari and Maddy Hurysz took first in 1:57.69.

Ferrari earned an individual victory of her own in the 200 freestyle, touching the wall in 2:18.24.

Amore won the 100 butterfly in 1:19.75, and Vezza marked a score of 180.75 to win the diving event.



Milford 3, Schenevus 1

Milford …. 0 3 – 3

Schenevus …. 0 1 – 1

Schenevus: Hugh Gallagher 1-0, Daniel Gallagher 0-1.

Milford: Riley Stevens 2-0, Cameron Cintron 1-0.

Shots-corners: S 31-7; M 15-1.

Goalies: Ethan LaPre (S) 7; Louis Banks (M) 12.

Bainbridge-Guilford 3, Unadilla Valley 2

Bainbridge-Guilford ..... 2 1 – 3

Unadilla Valley ..... 0 2 – 2

Unadilla Valley: Dylan Nichols 1-0, Devon Fairchild 1-0, Cam Osborne 0-1.

Bainbridge-Guilford: Garrett O’Hara 2-0, Ryan Porter 1-1.

Shots-corners: UV 15-5; BG 10-5.

Goalies: Brandon Kneale (UV) 7; Zach Graham (BG) 12.

Davenport 4, Jefferson 3

Jefferson …. 3 0 – 3

Davenport …. 3 1 – 4

Jefferson: Dakota Shafer 2-1, Evan Staroba 1-0, Cole Lapinel 0-2.

Davenport (2-1): Dylan Waid 2-0, Jordan Wamsley 1-3, Joe Ontl 1-0, Aven Santiago 0-1.

Shots-corners: D 12-3; J 19-2.

Goalies: Ryan Zuill (D) 13; Kevin Lindqvist (J) 7.

Gilboa 4, Windham 1

Windham …. 0 1 - 1

Gilboa …. 2 2 – 4

Windham: Trent Post 1-0, Joe Lane 0-1.

Gilboa (2-3, 1-0): Frank Diamond 1-0, Rob Rion 1-0, Tristan Meli 0-1, Eddie Voorhees 2-0.

Shots-corners: G 14-6; W 10-0.

Goalies: David Mattsson (G) 5, Nate Wycoff (G) 4; Brady Post (W) 5.



Walton 3, Unatego 0

Game scores: 25-13, 25-20, 25-12.

Walton (2-0): Jamie Klein 9 aces, 3 kills; Emma Walley 7 aces, 3 kills; Hailey Gardner 5 aces, 10 assists; Keilie Dones 4 kills.

Unatego: Alyssa Blanco 2 aces, 4 kills, 1 assist; Mikaila Herbst 1 ace.

Deposit/Hancock 3, Delhi 0

Game scores: 25-13, 25-21, 25-16

Delhi (1-2): Stella Mueller 5 aces; Julia Baxter 3 aces.

Deposit/Hancock: Hayleigh Weyrauch 4 kills, 8 aces; Noel Picozzi 3 kills; Kalea Nichols 3 kills, 3 aces, 10 digs; Kaitlyn Macumber 12 assists, 5 digs;



Cooperstown 96, Adirondack 87

at Cooperstown

Top Cooperstown finishers

200-yard medley relay: 1, (Laurel Zaengle, Katelyn Amsden, Emily Amore, Sam Vezza) 2:14.19.

200 freestyle: 1, Emily Ferrari 2:18.24.

200 individual medley: 2, Mikeeli Hanson 2:48.77.

50 free: 1, Laurel Zaengle 28.84.

Diving: 1, Sam Vezza 180.75.

100 butterfly: 1, Emily Amore 1:19.75.

100 free: 2, Maddy Hurysz 1:06.47.

500 free: 2, Emily Ferrari 6:18.90.

200 free relay: 1 (Laurel Zaengle, Emily Amore, Maddy Hurysz, Emily Ferrari) 1:57.69.

100 backstroke: 2, Rylie Austin 1:21.58.

100 breaststroke: 1, Laurel Zaengle 1:19.00

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