Liam Heneghan had two goals and an assist to lead Cooperstown’s boys to a 3-1 Center State Conference soccer victory at Mount Markham on Monday.
Following a scoreless first half, the Redskins opened the scoring 12 minutes into the second half. On a restart, Heneghan chipped a pass into the box to Michael Rowley, who sent the ball back to Park Summers at the top of the 18-yard box. Summers one-timed it into the goal.
Heneghan then scored unassisted from the top of the box to make it 2-0 and again from close range off an assist from Summers to give the Redskins a 3-0 lead.
“We had to shoot from the outside,” said Cooperstown coach Frank Miosek, whose team outshot MM, 37-7. “Mount Markham played a heavy defensive game. They had more than six people in the box.”
Cooperstown (1-1, 1-0), a Section Three Class C finalist last season, travels to Waterville at 7 p.m. Friday.
Mount Markham (1-2) is 0-1 in league.
Oneonta 14, Norwich 0
Cami Cleaveland scored twice in the first 11 minutes and the defending Section Four Class B champion Yellowjackets cruised to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference victory at home.
Cleaveland’s second goal came on a header from outside the box off a pass from Amy Hait.
“That was a pretty goal,” OHS coach Jerry Mackey said.
Hait finished with two goals and one assist, Taryn More had three goals and one assist, and Taylor Hitchcock and Dani Nicosia had a goal and an assist apiece.
Emmalee Sloman, Shelby Cleaveland, Abby Picinich, Nicole Harmer and Madison Miller also scored for Oneonta (2-0, 2-0). Harmer contributed two assists.
The Yellowjackets, who held a 32-0 advantage in shots, travel to Chenango Valley today.
Milford 5, B-G 0
Addy Lawson and Kaley Chase each scored two goals to lead visiting Milford to a non-league victory Saturday.
Chase opened the scoring 30 seconds into play.
Megan Ferrara had 14 saves for the Bobcats.
The Wildcats (2-1), who also received a goal from Lizette Holliday, play host to Gilbertsville-Mount Upton today.
at Stamford GC
Dylan Legg’s 43 paced Hunter-Tannersville to a 198-237 Delaware League victory over Stamford.
Russell Meehan shot a 53 to lead the Indians (1-7), who play at Margaretville on Wednesday.
at Sidney CC
Trenton Stilman earned medalist honors with a 43, but Sidney fell, 239-248, to Harpursville in a Midstate Athletic Conference match.
Nick Meno contributed a 48 for the Warriors (0-2), who travel to Bainbridge-Guilford today.
Cody Hawkins’ 44 paced Harpursville (4-0).