Stevens, Cintron lead Milford boys past Franklin

CHERYL CLOUGH Milford’s Donta Sherwood dribbles past Franklin’s Jeffrey Bullis during the first half of Tuesday’s Tri-Valley League game.

Riley Stevens and Cam Cintron each scored twice as Milford outlasted an early scoring flurry and a pair of goals from Franklin’s Matt Serrao to win, 6-2, Tuesday, Oct. 1, in Tri-Valley League boys soccer.

Stevens opened the scoring 1:18 into the first half as his shot from 20 yards took a deflection past Purple Devils goalkeeper Cole Ruff.

Franklin answered 42 seconds later as Jeffrey Bullis found Serrao for an equalizer two minutes in, only for Stevens to put Milford ahead, 2-1, 23 seconds later.

Tobias Green struck twice and Zach Brown scored his first varsity goal as the Wildcats took a 5-1 lead into halftime.

Serrao’s second-half penalty kick was canceled out by Cintron’s second score.

Donta Sherwood recorded an assist for Milford.

The Wildcats took 10 shots to three for Franklin and earned three corners to the Purple Devils’ one.

Louis Banks made four saves and Martin Thorsland made one for Milford, while Ruff made four for Franklin.

The Wildcats (8-3-1) will host Richfield Springs at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.

Delhi 5,

Bainbridge-Guilford 2

Delhi scored five consecutive goals to erase an early 2-0 deficit and defeat Bainbridge-Guilford in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

The Bobcats went ahead early through a pair of goals from Ryan Porter, one of them assisted by Luca Parker.

The Bulldogs answered before halftime, tying the game on goals from Paul Vickers and Aiden Paoli.

Vickers and Christian Imperi tallied second-half strikes before Vincent VanMaaren notched his first varsity goal to give Delhi five straight.

“We hung tough after going down two goals early,” Delhi coach Eddie Kingston said. “The kids kept their nerve and came back. That’s a good positive thing going forward.”

Ben Blocker and Logan Bryan each made two saves for the Bulldogs, and Nolan Burns stopped three shots for B-G.

Delhi owned a 15-8 edge in shots and took eight corners to B-G’s three.

The Bulldogs (7-1-1, 7-1) will visit Stillwater on Saturday, Oct. 5 for a nonleague contest.

Sidney 2, Walton 0

Second-half goals from Anthony Morris and Bryan Agustin took Sidney past Walton in MAC action.

Sidney broke the tie seven minutes into the second half on a goal by Morris. Agustin scored an insurance tally with 2:13 remaining.

Connor Bacon had an assist for Sidney.

Walton’s Kaiden Vernold made nine saves, and Owen Clough made three saves for Walton. Andrew Vinal made three saves and Timothy Grow stopped four shots for Sidney.

Walton took five corners to Sidney’s two, but Sidney owned the shot count, 14-10.

Edmeston 3, Worcester 0

Greg DeVries had a goal and an assist as Garrett Lum earned a shutout for Edmeston.

Josh Martin put the Panthers ahead with 17 minutes left in the first half with an unassisted strike. DeVries notched his own unassisted effort with 2:37 left in the half to make it 2-0 at the break.

DeVries assisted Logan Williams 13 minutes into the second half to take the score to its final result.

“Edmeston showed up ready to play with speed and energy, to their credit they never allowed us to find our way into the game,” Worcester coach Chris Kaltenbach said in a media release.

Lum made just one save for his shutout as the Panthers led, 17-2, in shots. Edmeston took three corners to one for Worcester.

Michael Martin made seven stops for Worcester.

The Wolverines (6-6-1, 4-4-1) will visit Cherry Valley-Springfield on Friday, Oct. 4.

Margaretville 5, Downsville 3

Three unanswered goals powered Margaretville past Downsville.

Down, 3-2 in the second half, Kevin Flores, Ryan McVitty and Ivan Herrera scored three straight for the Blue Devils. Flores and McVitty each finished with two goals while Herrera recorded an assist to go along with his goal.

The Eagles got goals from Gavin Brunner, Kyle Fitch and Jason Gustaffson. Kaden Cicio and A.J. Ruiz tallied assists.

Billy Miller earned the win in goal for Margaretville, making six saves. Downsville goalie Nate Burnham concluded with seven saves.

The Blue Devils compiled 21 shots and nine corners while the Eagles managed 16 shots and four corners.

Downsville (4-8) will visit Stamford at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.

Roxbury 3, Jefferson 2

Ian Walker scored the decisive goal for Roxbury after Jefferson erased a two-goal deficit.

Walker scored 30 seconds into the first half on a shot from outside the box before Hunter Peters scored for a 2-0 Roxbury lead at halftime.

Goals from Evan Staroba and Lucas Pochily brought Jefferson even in the second half, but Walker’s free kick into the top corner from 25 yards was the difference as the Rockets held on.

Robert Peters and Andrew Chojnowski each had an assist for Roxbury.

The Rockets finished with a 3-2 edge in corners, but the J-Hawks owned the shot count, 12-7.

Trent Faulkner-Squires made four stops for Roxbury, and Kevin Lindquist made three saves for Jefferson.

The Rockets (4-6, 2-4) will travel to Hunter-Tannersville at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.

Gilboa 6, Stamford 1

Frank Diamond and Eddie Voorhees each scored twice as Gilboa pulled away from Stamford.

The Wildcats scored four second-half goals after taking a one-goal advantage into halftime.

Diamond and Robert Rion each scored early in the second before Voorhees notched both of his goals to give Gilboa six for the game.

“We just moved the ball a little better to space and we hustled a little bit more,” Gilboa coach Ken Cox said of his his team’s second-half surge.

David Mattsson and Diamond put the Wildcats ahead by two in the first half before Sam Krum scored for Stamford to make the score 2-1 at the break.

Gilboa finished with a 19-7 edge in shots, and both teams took three corners.

Nate Wyckoff stopped three shots for the Wildcats, and James Olson made 10 saves for Stamford.

Gilboa (4-7, 2-4) will host Davenport at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.

South Kortright 10, Davenport 2

Four players had multiple goals as South Kortright (12-0, 6-0) remained unbeaten with a defeat of Davenport.

The Rams scored six in the first half and four in the second to hit double digits. Davenport scored once in each half, with both goals coming from Jordan Wamsley.

Stanley Andersen had three goals to lead SK, while Logan Kaufman, Quinlan Davis and Ben Andersen each had two goals. Griff Dianich had the other goal for the Rams.

Jacob Morton had two assists, while Eoin Byrne, Jason Sturniola and Mike Stiber each had one.

Chase Rinehart had both assists for Davenport.

Ryan Zuill made 16 saves for the Wildcats, which trailed, 26-5, in shots. SK also owned the corner count, 6-5.

Davenport (6-5, 6-2) will visit Gilboa at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.

Hunter-Tannersville 2, Windham 1

Anthony Andreasen had both assists as Hunter-Tannersville held off Windham.

Andreasen provided Kristian Aizstrauts and Sebastian Cruz-Ramirez with first-half goals as the Wildcats went up, 2-0.

Joe Lane found Trent Post with 6:08 left in the first half to bring Windham within one, but a scoreless second half denied the Warriors (0-11, 0-6) their first win.

Brady Post made 13 saves for Windham, and Josh Vital stopped seven shots for H-T.

Windham will head to Margaretville at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.

Richfield Springs 3, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton 0

Tommy Graml, Christian Andreav and Dylan Hosford each scored as Richfield Springs downed Gilbertsville-Mount Upton.

Graml and Andreav each scored in the first half to give the Indians a 2-0 lead at the break. Conner Schafler and Cam Duncan had assists in the period.

Hosford scored the lone second-half goal with a helper from Clay Bobnick.

The Indians finished with leads in shots and corners at 14-11 and 5-2, respectively.

Gavin Bonczkowski made seven saves and Dalton Proskine stopped six shots for G-MU. Jake Patterson turned aside three shots for RS.

G-MU (2-8) will travel to Edmeston at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.



Milford 6, Franklin 2

Franklin …. 1 1 - 2

Milford …. 5 1 - 6

Milford (8-3-1): Riley Stevens 2-0, Cam Cintron 2-0, Tobias Green 1-0, Zach Brown 1-0, Donta Sherwood 0-1.

Franklin: Matt Serrao 2-0, Jeffrey Bullis 0-1.

Shots-corners: M 10-3; F 3-1.

Goalies: Louis Banks (M) 4, Martin Thorsland (M) 1; Cole Ruff (F) 4.

Delhi 5, Bainbridge-Guilford 2

Bainbridge-Guilford…. 2 0 – 2

Delhi …. 2 3 – 5

Delhi (7-1-1, 7-1): Paul Vickers 2-2, Aiden Paoli 1-0, Christian Imperi 1-0, Vincent VanMaaren 1-0, Brandon Bodo 0-1, Zach Finch 0-1.

BG: Ryan Porter 2-0, Luca Parker 0-1.

Shots-corners: D 15-8; BG 8-3.

Goalies: Ben Blocker (D) 2, Logan Bryan (D) 2; Nolan Burns (BG) 7.

Sidney 2, Walton 0

Sidney ..... 0 2 – 2

Walton ..... 0 0 – 0

Walton (3-7, 2-5): None.

Sidney: Anthony Morris 1-0, Bryan Agustin 1-0, Connor Bacon 0-1.

Shots-corners: W 10-5; S 14-2.

Goalies: Kaiden Vernold (W) 9, Owen Clough (W) 3; Andrew Vinal (S) 3, Timothy Grow (S) 4.

Edmeston 3, Worcester 0

Edmeston ..... 2 1 – 3

Worcester ..... 0 0 – 0

Worcester (6-6-1, 4-4-1): None.

Edmeston: Josh Martin 1-0, Greg DeVries 1-1, Logan Williams 1-0.

Shots-corners: W 2-1; E 17-3.

Goalies: Michael Martin (W) 7; Garrett Lum (E) 1.

Margaretville 5, Downsville 3

Margaretville.... 2 3 – 5

Downsville.... 2 1 – 3

Margaretville: Kevin Flores 2-0, Ryan McVitty 2-0, Ivan Herrera 1-1.

Downsville (4-8): Gavin Brunner 1-0, Kyle Fitch 1-0, Jason Gustaffson 1-0, Kaden Cicio 0-1, A.J. Ruiz 0-1.

Shots-corners: M 21-9; D 16-4.

Goalies: Billy Miller (M) 6; Nate Burnham (D) 7.

Roxbury 3, Jefferson 2

Roxbury …. 2 1 – 3

Jefferson …. 0 2 – 2

Jefferson (4-6, 2-4): Evan Staroba 1-0, Lucas Pochily 1-0.

Roxbury: Ian Walker 2-0, Hunter Peters 1-0, Robert Peters 0-1, Andrew Chojnowski 0-1.

Shots-corners: J 12-2; R 7-3.

Goalies: Kevin Linquist (J) 3; Trent Faulkner-Squires (R) 4.

Gilboa 6, Stamford 1

Stamford …. 1 0 - 1

Gilboa …. 2 4 - 6

Gilboa (4-7, 2-4): David Mattsson 1-1, Frank Diamond 2-0, Rob Rion 1-1, Eddie Voorhees 2-0, Anthony Marsh 0-1.

Stamford: Sam Krum 1-0, Tyler Tierney 0-1.

Shots-corners: G 19-3; S 7-3.

Goalies: Nate Wyckoff (G) 3; James Olson (S) 10.

South Kortright 10, Davenport 2

South Kortright ..... 6 4 – 10

Davenport ..... 1 1 – 2

Davenport (6-5, 6-2): Jordan Wamsley 2-0, Chase Rinehart 0-2.

South Kortright: Quinlan Davis 2-0, Stanley Andersen 3-0, Logan Kaufman 2-0, Griff Dianich 1-0, Ben Andersen 2-0, Jacob Morton 0-2, Eoin Byrne 0-1, Jason Sturniola 0-1, Mike Stiber 0-1.

Shots-corners: D 5-1; SK 26-6.

Goalies: Ryan Zuill (D) 16; Brandon Grommeck (SK) 2, Patrick Dengler (SK) 3.

Hunter-Tannersville 2, Windham 1

Hunter-Tannersville …. 2 0 – 2

Windham …. 1 0 – 1

Windham (0-11, 0-6): Trent Post 1-0, Joe Lane 0-1.

H-T: Kristian Aizstrauts 1-0, Anthony Andreasen 0-2, Sebastian Cruz-Ramirez 1-0.

Shots-corners: W 11-5; HT 15-3.

Goalies: Brady Post (W) 13; Josh Vital (HT) 7.

Richfield Springs 3, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton 0

Richfield Springs ..... 2 1 – 3

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton ..... 0 0 – 0

G-MU (2-8): None.

Richfield Springs: Tommy Graml 1-0, Conner Schafler 0-1, Christian Andreav 1-0, Cam Duncan 0-1, Dylan Hosford 1-0, Clay Bobnick 0-1.

Shots-corners: GMU 11-2; RS 14-5.

Goalies: Gavin Bonczkowski (GMU) 7, Dalton Proskine (GMU) 6; Jake Patterson (RS) 3.









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