Levi Decker scored about three minutes into overtime Friday, leading Morris to a 1-0 Tri-Valley League boys soccer victory over visiting Laurens.
Matt Morlock set up the winning play after settling the ball with his chest and chipping a pass over a defender. Decker then cut back to his right and grounded a shot inside the near post for the victory.
“We had a chance right before that, too, but a defender knocked the ball off the goal line,” Morris coach Dave Sander said. “I think we wore them down a little bit. We had the ball down in their end the last 10 minutes of the second half and it carried over into overtime. (Laurens does) a nice job of getting the ball out and protecting their goal.”
Kerry Smith made three saves for the Mustangs (2-2-1, 2-1-1), who finished with a 17-5 advantage in shots.
David Fraser stopped 12 shots for the Leopards (1-3, 1-3).
Morris is at Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Tuesday.
Edmeston 2, Schenevus 1
Clayton Hawes scored a sudden-victory goal six minutes into overtime to give host Edmeston a Tri-Valley League win.
Hawes played a ball off of a Schenevus defender and put it in the net from just inside the 18.
Midway through the second half, Hawes tied the score at 1 on a pass from Pedro Salvadio.
The Dragons took the lead five minutes into the second half, when Dave Vosatka converted a pass from Tim Gregory.
Panthers goalie Nate Truax made two saves in the final minutes to force overtime. He finished with seven saves for Edmeston (3-3, 2-2), which hosts Laurens on Tuesday.
Robert Burton stopped 10 shots for the Dragons.
UV 4, Afton 0
David Schwab had two goals to lead host Unadilla Valley to a MAC win.
Schwab converted a penalty kick with five minutes left in the first half and Colin Izard scored on a rebound that Afton failed to clear two minutes later as the Storm (5-2, 3-0) took a 2-0 lead into halftime.
Schwab made it 3-0 less than three minutes into the second half. Conor Pope capped the scoring on a rebound goal with 26 minutes to go.
Kyle King (four saves) and Will Martin (one) combined on the shutout for UV, which hit the post five times and finished with a 21-5 advantage in shots.
UV visits Bainbridge-Guilford on Monday.
Unatego 7, B-G 0
Senior striker Phil Youngs earned his first four-goal game at the varsity level, leading host Unatego to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Johnathan Forte contributed two goals and an assist for the Spartans (5-0, 3-0), who received four saves from Alex White.
Unatego visits Chenango Valley on Monday for a non-leaguer.
RS 0, Worcester 0
Worcester’s Anthony Hewitt and Ben Smith of Richfield Springs exchanged shutouts in goal as the teams played to a scoreless tie in the Tri-Valley League.
Visiting Worcester held a 7-6 edge in shots.
Franklin 4, Milford 0
Jordan Beers scored three goals and had an assist as Franklin cruised to a Tri-Valley League victory at home.
Beers scored her first goal a little more than 13 minutes in and made it 2-0 nine minutes later, when she converted a pass from Terry Peterson.
Beers set up the next goal with a breakaway pass to Mariah McNeilly, who scored four minutes into the second half. Beers then capped the scoring with 12 minutes left.
“She’s one of the better players I have ever coached, and I have been doing this for 28 years,” Franklin coach J.J. Laing said of junior midfielder Beers.
Franklin (4-0, 4-0) is at Cherry Valley-Springfield on Tuesday and hosts defending Section Four Class D champion Morris next Friday.
“We’ll definitely be tested next week,” Laing said. “Morris will be our first division game, but first we have to get through Cherry Valley. They have been playing very well this year.”
Morris 2, Laurens 0
Emily Leboffe and Amanda Flint scored second-half goals to give visiting Morris a road win in the Tri-Valley League.
Laurens held the defending Section Four Class D champs scoreless for nearly 60 minutes. Leboffe then connected on a long ball that bounced over Leopards goalie Courtney Sherry with 21 minutes left.
Three minutes later, Flint took a pass back from Haley Wist and scored from 18 yards.
“We played them hard and stayed in game,” Laurens coach Scott Bolton said. “I was happy (our girls) gave us a shot to win at end, but we just ran out of juice.”
Sherry finished with 21 saves. Counterpart Katie Humphris made five saves.
Laurens (1-4, 1-4) hosts Edmeston on Tuesday.
Schenevus 4, Edmeston 1
Sarah Mellor had two goals and Sierra Bentley finished with one goal and two assists as Schenevus won a Tri-Valley League game at home.
Ali Turner opened the scoring six minutes in, helping the Dragons (3-1, 3-1) to a 3-0 lead at halftime.
Shelby McCall scored for the Panthers, who were outshot, 17-10.
Schenevus visits Milford next Friday.
Worcester 3, RS 0
Cierra Ralph scored on a breakaway with 4 ½ minutes left in the first half, leading host Worcester to a Tri-Valley League victory.
Kaelyn Francis followed with two goals for the Wolverines, who received a combined shutout from goalies Bethany Gorsch (seven saves) and Kerrin O’Shaughnessy (two).
Vanessa Miller stopped 14 shots for the Indians, who were outshot, 18-8.
Worcester travels to Milford on Tuesday.
Delhi1, Sidney 0
Sophomore defensive back Makayla Ruchar converted an unassisted 25-yard shot less than three minutes into the second half for host Delhi, which edged previously undefeated Sidney in the MAC.
Ruchar’s high shot beat Sidney goalie Jolene Krom, who made four saves for the Warriors (4-1, 3-1).
Katie Pardee’s shutout featured five saves for the Bulldogs (3-2, 1-1), who play South Kortright in the consolation game of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup Tournament at 7 p.m. Saturday.
UV 4, Walton 1
Taylor Davis scored three times in the second half as Unadilla Valley pulled away from a 1-all tie to win a first-round game in the New York Pizzeria Tournament at Unadilla Valley.
“When she’s on fire, she is on fire,” UV coach Janelle Ross said of Davis.
Sierra Badger scored from inside the 6-yard line with 23:47 left in the first half, converting a cross from Davis to give UV a 1-0 halftime lead.
Walton’s Sara Yambor tied the score 4:35 into the second half.
“I think we outplayed them, but we were just not finishing well in the first half,” Ross said. “Once they scored and tied the game, we lit it up. It felt like there was no way we were going to lose that game and we went out and showed it.”
Davis dribbled in and scored her second goal with 28:13 left. Davis also scored from outside the box with 19:51 to go and capped it with 15:14 left, when she split two defenders and dribbled in for another goal.
UV (4-1-1, 2-1) plays Gilberstville-Mount Upton in the tournament championship game at 11 a.m. Saturday.
G-MU 7, B-G 3
Lauren Hill had three goals and Alania Palava scored twice as Gilbertsville-Mount Upton won in the first round of the New York Pizzeria Tournament at Unadilla Valley.
“A huge piece of us winning was Lauren Hill,” G-MU coach Tina Cole said. “But another piece was in the second half. Two freshman – Alania Palava and Kelsey Ross – both played very well for us.”
Hill scored all of her goals in the first half, giving G-MU a 3-1 lead at the break.
B-G tied the score 10 minutes into the second half, getting goals from Gia Cuomo and Taylor Palmatier.
“After they tied the game, we really stepped it up,” Cole said. “We pushed the ball outside, made good passes and finished in the net.”
G-MU (2-3, 1-3) plays Unadilla Valley in the tournament final at 11 a.m. Saturday.