Goals by Michael Rowley, Isaac Gomez and Steven Schultz rallied Cooperstown boys from an early deficit in the Redskins’ 3-1 Center State Conference soccer victory over visiting Mount Markham on Tuesday.
Kris Pontero scored from 18 yards with 19 minutes, 22 seconds left in the first half to give Mount Markham a 1-0 lead.
Rowley, The Daily Star’s reigning Daily Star Player of the Year, answered 3 ½ minutes later. The sequence started with Liam Heneghan sending a back-pass to Ethan Bliss, who shot toward the far post. Rowley rushed in and headed it into the goal to tie the score at 1.
“It was a one-touch situation,” Cooperstown coach Frank Miosek said. “Everything was perfect.”
Gomez beat two defenders before scoring from 12 yards to give the Redskins a 2-1 lead with five minutes left in the first half.
Schultz’s goal came on a rebound in the second half.
Cooperstown (8-1) improved to 4-0 in league play.
H-T 3, Gilboa 2
Dylan Endy’s goal with 26 seconds left in regulation lifted visiting Hunter-Tannersville to a Delaware League victory.
The winner came in transition with Tanner Slutzky controlling the ball on the right wing before centering a pass that Endy finished from 12 yards. It marked Endy’s second goal of the game.
Gilboa tied the score at 2 with 7:15 left in the second half. Phillip Berger used his body to re-direct a corner kick from Brett Potter into the goal.
Zack Perry also scored for the Wildcats (5-8, 3-5), who travel to Stamford a week from today.
Dylan Legg contributed a goal for H-T.
Downsville 2, Windham 0
David Doig made 10 saves to help host Downsville to a Delaware League victory.
Kevin Doig scored both goals off assists from Justin Baxter.
Baxter’s crossing pass set up Kevin Doig’s first three minutes before halftime. Another Baxter cross led to Kevin Doig’s second goal with 41 seconds left.
Luke Rasmussen stopped 12 shots for Windham.
The Eagles (5-7, 3-3) will travel to Davenport on Thursday.
Delhi 3, Walton 1
Alex Cantwell, Connor Tucker and Mitch Reed scored for host Delhi in its Midstate Athletic Conference win Monday.
Abel Clark scored for Walton.
Delhi (5-3-1) travels to Unatego today.
Downsville 4, Windham 0
Kaileen Townsend scored twice in the first half and finished with three goals to lead unbeaten Downsville to a Delaware League win at home.
Townsend scored five minutes into play and again five minutes later. Both game on throughballs from Kendra Lacey, who had a goal and two assists.
The Eagles (10-0-1, 5-0) play host to Davenport on Thursday.
Greene 6, B-G 3
Visiting Bainbridge-Guilford tied the score at 2 on a goal by Gia Cuomo with 32 ½ minutes left before Greene scored four times in 90 seconds to win in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Julia Beth Taft started the Trojans run with 31:34 left. Janelle Milk scored shortly thereafter and Paige Wilcox capped her four-goal day with goals at 30:09 and 29:04.
Cassidy Graham had two goals for the Bobcats (1-12), who travel to Walton on Thursday.
H-T 1, Gilboa 1
Samantha Dibbell’s 15 saves helped Hunter-Tannersville to a non-league tie at home.
The lone shot that avoided Dibbell came on Jana Traver’s goal with 16:50 left in the second half. Traver’s shot skipped on the wet grass and went through Dibbell’s legs to tie the score at 1.
Bridget Osborn gave H-T a 1-0 lead with 16:55 left in the first half. Her 12-yard shot beat Gilboa goalie Brooke Koerner, who finished with six saves.
Osborn suffered a foot injury after colliding with Koerner with 10 minutes left. H-T coach Julia France said she didn’t know the extent of the injury. Osborn did not return, leaving H-T with one sub for the remainder of the game.
H-T travels to Schenevus on Tuesday.
Walton 1, Delhi 1
Delhi’s Kaitlin Haynes and Walton’s Katie Maguire exchanged second-half goals as the teams played to a Midstate Athletic Conference tie at Walton.
Haynes broke a scoreless tie with 9:44 left in regulation. She scored to the near post from 8 yards.
Maguire answered less than 1:30 later, scoring after receiving a direct kick from Hayley O’Connor.
Walton’s Janine Velardi had eight saves, one more than counterpart Katie Pardee.
Delhi had a 10-8 advantage in shots.
Walton (2-8-2, 0-3-1) will host Bainbridge-Guilford on Thursday.