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September 26, 2013

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FOOTBALL

Dolgeville 49, Cooperstown 6

9/21

Visiting Cooperstown avoided the shutout when Lucas Lyons scored on an 18-yard run in the fourth quarter of the Section Three Conference Class D game.

Joe Harmon and Lyons rushed for 86 and 67 yards, respectively, for Cooperstown, which trailed, 35-0, at halftime.

Kasey Foster scored two touchdowns for Dolgeville (3-0).

Cooperstown (0-3) will host Morrisville-Eaton at 7 p.m. Friday.

Dolgeville 49, Cooperstown 6

Cooperstown 0 0 0 6 – 6

Dolgeville 14 21 7 7 – 49

D – Jason Nastovski 7 run (Greg Pelan kick)

D – Devin Coonradt 13 run (Greg Pelan kick)

D – Kasey Foster 2 run (Greg Pelan kick)

D – Brandon Lewandowski 11 pass from Reid Johnson (Greg Pelan kick)

D – Johann Doerrer 58 pass from Reid Johnson (Greg Pelan kick)

D – Kasey Foster 13 run (Greg Pelan kick)

D – Wayne Johnson 1 run (Greg Pelan kick)

C – Lucas Lyons 18 run (kick failed)

Cooperstown rushing: Joe Harmon 14-86, Lucas Lyons 17-67, Carmen Booan 4-15, Cullen Rathbone 5-11.

Cooperstown passing: Carmen Booan 2-for-28, 28 yards, 1 int.

Cooperstown receiving: Michael Perrino 2-28.

BOYS SOCCER

Davenport 1, CV-S 0

9/23

Travis Briggs scored off a throw-in during the first half, leading Davenport to a non-league victory at home.

“He threw it in front of the goal from the sideline and it went in off a defender,” Davenport coach Deb Moorby said. “He has a very good throw. It’s really like a corner kick.”

Moorby said Davenport paid special attention to Cherry Valley-Springfield’s Wyatt Crowley and Ben Drugatz to help limit the Patriots’ scoring opportunities.

“Crowley’s plays in the middle of the field and he’s a very strong player,” said Moorby, who marked Crowley with her son, Kyle, and Cody Wamsley. “He throws their balls in and takes their kicks. And Drugatz is a very good player, too, so we just tried to keep somebody on him all the time.”

Jeremy Pickett made three saves for CV-S (6-1), which finished with advantages of 10-7 in shots and 8-2 in corner kicks.

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