Taylor Dart scored in the second half and Samantha Dibbell made 15 saves as host Hunter-Tannersville earned a 1-0 Delaware League girls soccer victory over Davenport on Thursday.
Dart one-timed a pass from Sara Murin over goalie Jayra Blanton from 10 yards for the only goal as H-T (2-7, 2-5) handed Davenport (8-2) its second straight loss.
“Dibbell made some good saves in goal and Lisa Arangio did a great job marking Kassie Jeffers most of the night,” said H-T coach Julia France, who added that Davenport played without top scorer Sarah Haight (injury).
Blanton finished with three saves for H-T, which was outshot, 18-6.
H-T hosts South Kortright on Monday.
Oneonta 6, Windsor 0
Six Yellowjackets scored as Oneonta’s girls remained undefeated with a Southern Tier Athletic Conference rout of host Windsor.
“They are a program trying to develop,” OHS coach Jerry Mackey said. “They’re doing good things. They have four wins already this year, which is the most in the history of their program. But obviously, these are two programs in two different stages of development right now.”
Dani Nicosia, Meg Burns, Madison Miller and Abby Picinich scored in the first half for the Jackets (7-0, 7-0), who received second-half goals from Minnie Webster and Alicia Arcidiacano. Mariah Ruff and Rachael Brown contributed two assists apiece for OHS, who held a 24-0 advantage in shots.
The Yellowjackets host two Class AA teams this weekend at the Wright National Soccer Campus, following a 1 p.m. game against Cicero-North Syracuse on Saturday with an 11 a.m. game Sunday against Liverpool.
“It should be a great soccer game versus two high level teams,” Mackey said. “I hope people around the community will come out and support us this weekend. They’ll get to see a really good game if they do.”
Delhi 2, Sidney 1
Melissa Conrad scored the winner with 19:31 left as Delhi won a MAC game on the road.
Sidney outshot the Bulldogs, 18-8, but Delhi goalie Katie Pardee made 11 saves and the Warriors had trouble getting the ball into the goal.
“That’s actually been the story our last couple of games,” Sidney coach Jody Gravelin said. “We definitely had opportunities. There were many scrambles in front of the net, but we didn’t finish.”
Jenna McDonald scored for Sidney 16:27 into the first half on a cross from Vita Guglielmetti.
Marisa Maney tied it with 7:01 left in the half, after Deonna Scarimbolo’s shot slipped through the hands of Sidney goalie Jolene Krom and bounced to Maney.
Sidney (5-3, 3-1) hosts Unadilla Valley next Thursday.
Unatego 6, Walton 0
Undefeated Unatego converted three corner kicks by Cassidy Newman in a Midstate Athletic Conference road victory.
Newman’s corner kicks set up Sarah Mannina, Casey Manzanero and Katrina Clark. Juli Carbone, Kayla Komenda and Tanner Reed also scored for the Spartans (9-0, 4-0), who outshot Walton, 22-1.
“We are playing really pretty soccer,” Unatego coach Sue Herodes said. “The girls control the ball really well. The difference with this team is so many different people are scoring.
“Our defense has been phenomenal, too,” she continued. “We’ve allowed 14 shots in nine games.”
The Spartans host Seton Catholic Central of the Southern Tier Athletic Conference in a non-league game at 11 a.m. Saturday.
“We’re excited to play them,” Herodes said of the Saints, who fell, 1-0, to unbeaten Oneonta High on Tuesday. “It’s going to be a challenging game, but we’re looking forward to it.”
UV 5, Oxford 2
Taylor Davis had two goals and two assists for Unadilla Valley, which received two goals from freshman Hunter Lakin in a MAC victory at home.
Gabriella Cozzitorto scored twice for Oxford, which got 10 saves from Rachel Seiler.
Sierra Badger also scored for the Storm (7-2-2, 4-1), who visit Sidney next Thursday.
Unatego 5, UV 0
Sarah Mannina had three goals and an assist to lead Unatego to a MAC win on the road Tuesday. All of Mannina’s goals came in the first half, which ended with Unatego ahead, 3-0.
Juli Carbone contributed two goals and an assist for the Spartans, who finished with a 24-1 advantage in shots.
Cooperstown 3, LF 0Sarah Jane Morosko scored two first-half goals and Julie Dykstra scored three minutes into the second half as Cooperstown defeated Little Falls in the Center State Conference.
“I am proud of the girls,” Redskins coach Jen Pindar said. “Little Falls defeated us, 4-1, earlier in the season, so it’s nice to get this victory.”
Katie Kleban earned the shutout with 11 saves for Cooperstown, which visits Mount Markham on Monday.
Gilboa 2, Jefferson 0
Abigail Goeckel and Shelby Oliver scored for host Gilboa in a Delaware League win.
Shania Speenburgh made 18 saves for the J-Hawks, who were outshot, 22-1.
Gilboa (5-4-1, 2-3-1) hosts Davenport on Monday.
Davenport 1, H-T 1
Host Davenport and Hunter-Tannersville each scored in the final 10 minutes of regulation, then played 20 minutes of scoreless overtime in a Delaware League tie.
Mike Libby headed in a corner kick from Kyle Beang with 8:48 left in the second half, scoring from 9 yards to give Davenport a 1-0 lead.
“He connected well with the ball and sent it to the far post,” Davenport coach Deb Moorby said. “No one else can jump as high as he can, so there was no way to stop him.”
H-T tied it with 2:20 left, when Dylan Legg scored on a breakaway.
“He crossed it in from left side of field and shot from outside box to the far post,” Moorby said. “It was a beautiful shot in the air. My goalie (Cody Wamsley) had no way he could save that shot.”
Davenport played without starting goalie Chris Kopf, who hurt his tailbone in practice Wednesday. Moorby said freshman Wamsley had a solid outing with two saves in place of Kopf.
“We were pleased with him,” Moorby said of Wamsley, who normally plays halfback. “He played goalie in travel league a few years back but hasn’t played it recently. He did very well.”
Kopf is questionable for Davenport (8-1-1, 3-1-1) on Saturday, when the Wildcats host Cooperstown in the championship game of the Chic Walshe Tournament.
Jake Davis made 17 saves for Hunter-Tannersville, which was outshot, 24-4.
Unatego 1, B-G 0
Phil Youngs scored on a cross from Spencer Wilson in the first half, and Unatego held on for a non-league road win over Midstate Athletic Conference rival Bainbridge-Guilford.
“Spencer Wilson had a really nice touch,” B-G coach Pete Feltham said. “To be honest, I was more worried about him than Youngs even. We played them earlier in the season and we lost, 7-0, and Spencer had three assists. He’s their quarterback; he sets it up for them.”
The defensive battle featured six saves for Unatego goalie Alex White and five for Brandt McCall of Bainbridge-Guilford, which finished with a 7-5 edge in shots.
“We had our chances,” Feltham said. “We were pleased with how much better we played them this time. That is about as good as we can play.”
B-G (4-6-1, 1-3-1) is at Greene on Monday.
Gilboa 6, Jefferson 0
Zack Perry scored three times to lead visiting Gilboa to a Delaware League victory.
Brett Potter contributed a goal and an assist for the Wildcats, who received four saves from Pat Kuzma.
Jefferson hosts Windham today.
Morris 4, G-MU 0
Levi Decker scored three goals Wednesday as Morris cruised to a Tri-Valley League victory at Gilbertsville-Mount Upton.
Matt Morlock finished with a goal and an assist for the Mustangs, who held a 14-4 advantage in shots. Kerry Smith made four saves for the winners.
The Raiders (1-8, 1-6) host Franklin on Friday.
Walton 3, Deposit 1
Kiley Lamoreaux snapped a 1-all tie with five minutes left for host Walton, which scored three times in the second half of its Section Four victory.
Jolene Kemp earned an assist on the go-ahead goal and set up Lamoreaux for another goal with a minute left for the final margin.
Taylor Vernooy opened the scoring five minutes into the second half, but Haley Linkroum tied it for Deposit (1-9, 1-5) two minutes later.
Walton (5-4, 3-3) hosts Tioga in a non-division game at 10 a.m. Saturday.
HP 102, Cooperstown 84
Eden Griger and Elizabeth Russo won two events apiece, but Cooperstown fell to visiting Holland Patent in the Frontier League.
Griger placed first in the 200-yard freestyle (2:12.72) and the 500 free (5:48.49). She also swam the second leg for the winning 400 free relay team (4:27.20), which was anchored by Russo.
Russo also anchored the victorious 200 medley relay team (2:19.28) and touched first in the 50 free (29.05) and the 100 breaststroke (1:24.03).
Lindsay Harloff, who led off the 400 free relay, rounded out Cooperstown’s winners with a victory in the 100 free (1:05.18).
Oneonta 3, CV 1
Kelsey Baker had 11 kills and Krissy Wells amassed 22 assists as Oneonta overcame a slow start to beat visiting Chenango Valley in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.
After dropping the opening game, 26-24, the Yellowjackets dominated the Warriors, 25-9, 25-8, 25-9.
“It was a combination of two things,” OHS coach Lee Ferrara said. “We’re coming off a string of really tough teams that run really fast offenses. CV does not run a quick offense, and we got stuck and let ourselves down a little bit.
“Then we settled down and decided to play,” he continued. “We hammered the ball at them. Then they went into a slump and could not get out of it.”
Brittney Herrick contributed nine kills and Hayley Dower had eight digs for the Yellowjackets, who raised more than $500 for the American Cancer Society during the “Dig Pink Match.”
Oneonta (6-2, 6-2) hosts Chenango Forks on Tuesday.
B-G 3, Delhi 0
Morgan Bullis had eight assists and six kills to lead visiting Bainbridge-Guilford to a 25-23, 25-15, 25-21 sweep in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Cadi Barber contributed five kills for the Bobcats (7-2), who will compete in the Johnson City Tournament on Saturday.
Bonnie Davis paced Delhi (2-7) with nine digs and two aces. The Bulldogs host Afton on Tuesday.
Harpursville 3, Sidney 0
Stephanie Knapp had six aces, 18 assists and eight kills as visiting Harpursville improved to 9-0 with a 25-15, 25-18, 25-15 MAC sweep.
Paige Redmond paced Sidney (7-2) with six digs and three assists.
Both teams will compete in the 16-team Johnson City Tournament on Saturday.
Afton 3, Walton 1
Alisha Hubbard had seven aces, seven kills and seven assists as Afton won a road match in the MAC on Tuesday for its first victory of the season.
Bekah Prezorski contributed seven kills for the Crimson Knights (1-7), who received eight assists and five kills from Maria Andrews.
Ashley Constable’s 13 kills paced Walton (1-7), which got five aces and four assists from Amber Pierce.