Corey Hartman scored twice Thursday night to lead Davenport to a 3-2 boys soccer victory over Delhi in the second round of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup at Archibald Field.
Cris Kopf stopped four shots in goal for the Wildcats, who got a goal from Cody Wamsley en route to a 3-2 halftime lead.
Tom Liddle and Chimey Palyul scored for Delhi, which received eight saves from Leon Cohen.
Davenport visits Schenevus on Saturday for a non-league game.
CV-S 6, Sharon Springs 0
Zane Ashford scored three times Thursday, leading Cherry Valley-Springfield to a season-opening victory over non-league guest Sharon Springs.
Chelsea Zembower, who also scored, set up Ashford on the first goal with 17:21 left in the opening half.
Kylie Graham and Maddie Archer (one save) combined on the shutout for the Patriots, who host Edmeston on on Tuesday.
Trenton Stilman shot 4-over par on the par-35 front nine of the Genegantslet Golf Course, but Sidney opened its season with a 217-235 loss to host Greene on Thursday.
Scott Murn finished at even par for the Trojans, who received a 38 from Marcus Dickerson.
Greene hosts Bainbridge-Guilford on Wednesday.
Oxford 3, Walton 1
Hunter Wildey had five aces and five kills, but visiting Walton lost its season opener, 25-22, 20-25, 25-10, 25-12.
Kera Shepler paced Oxford with five aces, three kills and three assists.
— Kassie Jeffers scored off an assist from Sarah Haight with 2 minutes, 24 seconds left in regulation Thursday, helping the Davenport girls soccer team to a 3-2 victory over Roxbury in the second round of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup Tournament. The teams played two overtime periods after Jeffers’ goal, which tied the score at 2. Jeffers’ first name was misspelled and her goal was incorrectly credited to Haight in Friday’s edition of The Daily Star because of a reporter’s error.
— Ten Daily Star First Team All-Star football players from 2011 have returned for the 2012 season. Unatego senior Jordin Mayo was not listed in Friday’s edition of The Daily Star because of a reporter’s error. Mayo made The Daily Star’s First Team Defense last season as a linebacker.
— Unadilla Valley will play in the Section Four Football Conference this season. The team was misidentified as Unadilla Valley/Edmeston in Friday’s edition of The Daily Star because of a reporter’s error.