Phil Youngs and Troy White collaborated on a pair of first-half goals as host Unatego ran its record to 12-0 with a 2-0 Midstate Athletic Conference boys soccer victory over visiting Delhi on Wednesday.
Youngs was on the receiving end of throughballs from White and scored in 1-on-1 situations with 16 ½ and four minutes left in the opening half.
“We possessed the ball really well,” Unatego coach Eric Miller said. “We did a good job of keeping the ball on the ground and worked the ball around really well.”
The Spartans, 6-0 in the MAC, held a 22-13 advantage in shots.
Delhi goalie Zach Fogle made 13 saves _ six more than counterpart Alex White.
Miller said next Wednesday’s game against Greene likely will decide the division title. Greene has one loss in conference.
The Spartans play host to Unadilla Valley on Friday.
Oneonta 5, Windsor 1
Alex Fox scored 35 seconds apart early in the first half and host Oneonta High went on to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference victory at Lloyd Baker Field.
Both of Fox’s goal came from about 8 yards off assists from Stijn van Pel.
“The ball just broke and he hit it first time,” OHS coach Alex Brannan said of Fox’s goals, which came at 7 ½ and 8 minutes into play. “The goalie didn’t have much of a chance on either of them.”
Windsor answered on a goal by Ashkan Rahimi with 22 minutes left in the half.
It stayed that way until Connor Brown scored the first of his two goals on a penalty kick 7 ½ minutes into the second half.
Brown and van Pel scored second-half goals for the Yellowjackets (7-2, 7-2), who had a 29-5 advantage in shots.
“We had a lot of chances,” Brannan said. “Their goalie (John Greenfield) played well. We’ve had problems scoring goals. They’re not going in like they used to. We just need keep our composure and they’ll go in.”
OHS travels to Chenango Forks on Friday and then hosts Chenango Valley on Wednesday at Lloyd Baker Field in its Homecoming game.
B-G 3, Afton 2
Adam Bauerle scored twice in the second half, including the winner with 7:51 left, as visiting Bainbridge-Guilford rallied from a two-goal halftime deficit to win in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Bauerle scored the winner from the top of the box after receiving a cross from Brooks Harmon. Fifty-nine seconds earlier, Brent Fuller scored the tying goal.
Jesse Dedman scored three minutes into play and Josh Davy gave the Crimson Knights a 2-0 lead with 23 minutes left in the first half after receiving a pass from Ricky Parsons.
Afton (1-11-1, 1-7), which received 21 saves from Matt Olin, plays Delhi at 3 p.m. Saturday in its Homecoming game.
CV-S 4, G-MU 1
The host Patriots scored twice in the first 10 ½ minutes and went on to a Tri-Valley League victory that upped their record to 11-0.
Jordan Manikas opened the scoring 4:42 into play. Dan Bosma took a shot that hit the post. Bosma controlled the rebound before dropping a pass to an on-rushing Manikas, who finished from 6 yards.
Kyle Jaquay made it 2-0 at the 29:33 mark. He shielded a defender before turning and kicking a shot that deflected off the left post and into the goal.
Gilbertsville-Mount Upton responded about a minute later when a loose ball popped out to Eddie Cotton, who scored from 18 yards into the upper corner.
The Patriots’ Jake Spencer made 3-1 with 17 ½ minutes left in the first half off an assist from Jaquay.
Wyatt Crowley also scored for CV-S _ 9-0 in league _ which travels to Richfield Springs on Friday.
Morris 2, Laurens 0
Matt Morlock scored on a direct kick with 22 minutes left to snap a scoreless and visiting Morris went on to a Tri-Valley League victory.
Mike DeLuca scored with a minute left.
Laurens goalie David Fraser made 11 saves.
The Leopards (5-5) play Edmeston at 4 p.m. Saturday in their Homecoming game.
RS 4, Worcester 0
Joe Kelly and Josh Young each scored two goals as visiting Richfield Springs won in the Tri-Valley League.
Riley Powers made seven saves for Worcester (0-11-1), which plays at Schenevus on Friday.