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CV-S 4, Richfield Springs 0

9/30

Jake Spencer and Wyatt Crowley scored goals in the opening eight minutes as host Cherry Valley-Springfield cruised to a Tri-Valley League victory.

Crowley set up Spencer’s goal 4 ½ minutes into play. Crowley sent a crossing pass to Spencer from the left side and Spencer scored to the far post. Pressley then sent a crossing pass that Crowley finished with 32:08 left in the first half.

Ben Drugatz scored twice before the first half ended for the Patriots, who improved to 10-1 overall and 10-0 in league play.

CV-S will play at Schenevus on Friday.

CV-S 4, RS 0

RS 0 0 – 0

CV-S 4 0 – 4

Richfield Springs: None.

Cherry Valley-Springfield (10-1, 10-0): Jake Spencer 1-0, Wyatt Crowley 1-1, Ben Drugatz 2-0, Kirk Pressly 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: R 3-0; C 14-5.

Goalies: Trenton Dykstra (RS) 2, Tommy Worobey 7; Jeremy Pickett (CVS) 2.

CV-S 3, ODY 0

9/28

Noah Russo and Wyatt Crowley scored in the last 10 minutes of the first half, leading Cherry Valley-Springfield to a non-league win at home.

Ryan Jaquay set up Russo for the decisive goal 9:16 before halftime. Crowley then converted a pass from Ben Drugatz with 27 seconds to go before the break.

Patrick Reid also scored for the Patriots (9-1, 8-0), who got three saves from Jeremy Pickett in the shutout.

“As a unit, we played very well,” said CV-S coach Terri Adams, whose team held a 10-5 advantage in shots. “Defensively, we really stepped it up.”

CV-S 3, ODY 0

Owen D. Young 0 0 - 0

CV-S 2 1 - 3

Owen D. Young (6-2): None.

Cherry Valley-Springfield (9-1): Noah Russo 1-0, Wyatt Crowley 1-0, Patrick Reid 1-0, Ryan Jaquay 0-1, Ben Drugatz 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: O 5-2; C 10-3.

Goalies: Andre Drozdov (O) 5; Jeremy Pickett (C) 3.

Margaretville 2, Milford 1

9/28

Kyle Short ended the game three minutes into overtime with a goal off a pass from Roberto Sarabia as Margaretville remained undefeated with a non-league victory at the Wright National Soccer Campus in Oneonta.

“They intercepted a pass and Sarabia laid it off to Short and boom, it was over,” said Milford coach Frank Spurchise, whose team fought off 12 corner kicks by the Blue Devils (9-0). “They’re a very good team, as always. The bottom line is they’re a skilled team that passes very well and they know where each other is on the field.”

Victor Mendoza assisted Sarabia on the opening goal, a 10-yarder to the far post with 12 minutes left in the first half. Peyton Griffiths tied it for Milford (7-2, 6-1) with 1:30 to go before halftime, converting a pass from Eli Rutledge at close range.

“The second half was kind of back-and-forth at times,” Spurchise said. “They have a lot of players and it did work to their advantage because they wore us down a little bit. Having a bench like that, they were subbing in four to five guys at a time. That’s a huge benefit.

“They beat Davenport, so they’re the team to beat in our section,” he continued. “You’ve got to give them the edge.”

Marvin Morales made five saves for the Blue Devils, who held a 9-6 advantage in shots.

Max Lang stopped seven shots for the Wildcats.

Margaretville 2, Milford 1

at Wright National Soccer Campus

Milford 1 0 0 - 1

Margaretville 1 0 1 - 2

Milford (7-2): Peyton Griffiths 1-0, Eli Rutledge 0-1.

Margaretville (9-0): Roberto Sarabia 1-1, Kyle Short 1-0, Victor Mendoza 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: Mil 6-2; Mar 9-12.

Goalies: Max Lang (Mil) 7; Marvin Morales (Mar) 5.

CV-S 1, Franklin 0

9/27

Ben Drugatz scored with 26:52 left to lead host Cherry Valley-Springfield to a Tri-Valley League win.

Wyatt Crowley started the decisive play with a direct kick to the box, where Drugatz flicked the ball past Franklin goalie Turner Thies (nine saves) with a header.

Jeremy Pickett made two saves in the shutout for the Patriots.

CV-S 1, Franklin 0

Franklin 0 0 - 0

CV-S 0 1 - 1

Franklin: None.

Cherry Valley-Springfield (8-1, 8-0): Ben Drugatz 1-0, Wyatt Crowley 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: F 2-1; C 11-6.

Goalies: Turner Thies (F) 9; Jeremy Pickett (C) 2.

GIRLS SOCCER

CV-S 2, RS 0

9/30

Lauren Loucks had a goal and an assist after halftime to lead visiting Cherry Valley-Springfield in the Tri-Valley League.

Jordan Loucks scored in the second half for the Patriots, who enjoyed a 29-3 advantage in shots.

Vanessa Miller stopped 21 shots for Richfield Springs.

CV-S 2, Richfield Springs 0

CV-S 0 2 – 2

Richfield Springs 0 0 – 0

Cherry Valley-Springfield: Lauren Loucks 1-1, Jordan Loucks 1-0.

Richfield Springs: None.

Shots-corner kicks: C 29-3; R 3-2.

Goalies: Kylie Graham (CVS) 2; Vanessa Miller (RS) 21.

LF 3, Cooperstown 1

9/28

Maggie Hall scored to the far post from the corner for the 18-yard box to tie it at 1 10 minutes into the second half for host Cooperstown, but Little Falls’ Maria Morotti scored the winner two minutes later in the Center State Conference game.

“It was a beautiful shot to the back left corner,” Cooperstown coach Jennifer Pindar said of Hall’s goal.

Morotti finished with two goals for Little Falls (9-0).

Cooperstown (6-2) received 17 saves from Katie Kleban.

LF 3, Cooperstown 1

Little Falls 0 3 – 3

Cooperstown 0 1 – 1

Little Falls (9-0): Nicole Foti 1-0, Maria Morotti 2-1.

Cooperstown (6-2): Maggie Hall 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: L 23-6; C 8-3.

Goalies: Cheyenne Rivenburg (L) 4; Katie Kleban (C) 17.

Milford 4, G-MU 0

9/26

Addy Lawson had a goal and an assist as visiting Milford won in the Tri-Valley League on Thursday.

Emilie Mertz, Hannah Saggese and Kaley Chase also scored for the Wildcats, who got a combined shutout from Rukiye Henderson (three saves) and Monica Renwick (one save).

Milford 4, G-MU 0

Milford 2 2 - 4

G-MU 0 0 - 0

Milford: Addy Lawson 1-1, Emilie Mertz 1-0, Hannah Saggese 1-0, Kaley Chase 1-0, Serena Chase 0-1, Savannah Eckberg 0-1, Amanda Fish 0-1.

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton: None.

Shots-corner kicks: M 17-7; G 5-3.

Goalies: Rukiye Henderson (M) 3, Monica Renwick (M) 1; Katie Schultes (G) 4, Jenna Bakhuizen (G) 8.

CV-S 5, Franklin 2

9/26

Jordan Loucks finished with four goals and an assist to lead visiting Cherry Valley-Springfield to a victory in the Tri-Valley League.

Loucks opened the scoring with an unassisted goal 3:08 into the game. Franklin tied it minutes later when Jordan Beers took a pass from Jessie Downin and scored from the 18-yard line.

Loucks’ second goal came with 23:30 remaining in the first half, on an assist by Lauren Loucks, to give the Patriots a 2-1 lead it would take into halftime.

Beers tied the score again on another 18-yarder, this time with 26 minutes left.

Jordan Loucks followed with two goals and Lauren Loucks had another in the second half for CV-S, which received seven saves from Kylie Graham.

“We didn’t make the plays we needed to,” Franklin coach J.J. Laing said. “Therefore, they punished us for those mistakes.”

Marisa Cawley had 12 saves for Franklin (6-2, 6-2), which visits Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Tuesday.

CV-S 5, Franklin 2

CV-S 2 3 – 5

Franklin 1 1 – 2

CV-S: Jordan Loucks 4-1, Lauren Loucks 1-1.

Franklin (6-2, 6-2): Jordan Beers 2-0, Jessie Downin 0-1, Elizabeth Niebanck 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: C 16-2; F 10-7.

Goalies: Kylie Graham (CV) 7; Marisa Cawley (F) 12.

Cooperstown 1, MM 0

9/26

Jordian Siver scored the winning goal with 9:08 remaining in the first of two mandatory overtimes to lead visiting Cooperstown to a Center State Conference victory.

Maggie Hall assisted on Siver’s goal, which came on a 15-yard shot to the left corner that beat MM goalie Michaela Carnegie (12 saves).

Katie Kleban made 18 saves in the shutout for Cooperstown (6-1, 3-1), which was outshot, 23-18.

Cooperstown 1, MM 0

Cooperstown 0 0 1 0 – 1

Markham   0 0 0 0 – 0

Cooperstown (6-1, 3-1): Jordian Siver 1-0, Maggie Hall 0-1.

Mount Markham: None.

Shots-corner kicks: C 18-2; M 23-5.

Goalies: Katie Kleban (C) 18; Michaela Carnegie (M) 12.

GIRLS SWIMMING

Cooperstown 104.5, RFA 78.5

9/26

Eden Griger won two events and anchored the victorious 200-yard medley relay team as Cooperstown cruised to a Frontier League victory at home.

Griger took first in the 200 individual medley (2:28.05) and the 100 free (1:00.29) for Cooperstown, which won the 200 medley relay in 2:15.53. Griger followed Grace Heneghan, Elizabeth Russo and Tessa Griger in the relay win.

Heneghan (100 backstroke, 1:16.54); Elizabeth Russo (50 free, 28.98); McKenna Hage (100 butterfly, 1:19.64); Lindsay Harloff (500 free, 6:08.49); and Catherine Borgstrom (diving, 196.55 points) also won for Cooperstown, which touched first in the 200 free relay as well. Renee Friedman joined Borgstrom, Tessa Griger and Harloff for a 200 free relay time of 2:06.43.

Cooperstown 104.5, RFA 78.5

at Cooperstown

Top Cooperstown finishes

200-yard medley relay: 1, Grace Heneghan, Elizabeth Russo, Tessa Griger, Eden Griger 2:15.53.

200 freestyle: 2, Lindsay Harloff 2:18.86.

200 individual medley: 1, Eden Griger 2:28.05.

50 free: 1, Elizabeth Russo 28.98.

Diving: 1, Catherine Borgstrom 196.55 points.

100 butterfly: 1, McKenna Hage 1:19.64.

100 free: 1, Eden Griger 1:00.29.

500 free: 1, Lindsay Harloff 6:08.49.

200 free relay: 1, Renee Friedman, Catherine Borgstrom, Tessa Griger, Lindsay Harloff 2:06.43.

100 backstroke: 1, Grace Heneghan 1:16.54.