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September 27, 2012

Soccer roundup

---- — The Daily Star


CV-S 5, Schenevus 0


  Both of Kyle Jaquay’s goals came in the first half, and Ben Drugatz finished with two goals and two assists as Cherry Valley-Springfield won on the road in the Tri-Valley League.

  The unbeaten Patriots — the defending Section Four Class D champions — held a 16-2 advantage in shots.

  “I would call it a clinic in soccer,” Schenevus coach Jim Huntington said. “They outplayed us totally. “I think (they’re as good as last year) and they’re young. I would say they’re a little smaller, but they’re as talented, and they’re faster than last year.”

  Jordan Manikas also scored for CV-S.

Milford 7, RS 0


  Peyton Griffiths scored three times to lead Milford to a Tri-Valley League road win.

  Elijah Coley and Brian Atwell contributed two goals apiece for the Wildcats, who took a 2-0 lead into halftime.

  Parker Fish (six saves) and Max Laing (four saves) combined on the shutout.

Cooperstown 4, Mohawk 1


 Michael Rowley and Liam Heneghan scored a minute apart in the first half, with each setting up the other, as visiting Cooperstown won a non-league game.

 Heneghan sent a pass from the right side to the far post that Rowley finished from close range 12 minutes into play. Rowley returned the favor with a pass to the back post that Heneghan put away a minute later.

 “After that, we did a lot of substituting,” Cooperstown coach Frank Miosek said. “We were pretty sore from the South Kortright game (a 3-2 overtime victory Saturday in a first-round game of the Chic Walshe Tournament at Davenport). Everyone played 30-40 minutes.”

 Rowley finished with two goals and one assist. Isaac Gomez also scored for the Redskins (5-1), who held a 25-7 advantage in shots.

CCS 3, South Kortright 2


 Michael Rowley scored on a header with 3 minutes, 57 seconds left in the first overtime to give Cooperstown a 3-2 victory over South Kortright in a first-round game of the Chic Walshe Tournament at Davenport.

 Rowley’s second goal of the game came from 8 yards and was set up by a crossing pass from Max Clinton.

 South Kortright held advantages of 17-10 in shots and 3-2 in corner kicks.

 “We were fortunate to win,” Cooperstown coach Frank Miosek said. “South Kortright had two shots hit off the crossbar in the second half and my goalie (Kevin Frevele) had to make a phenomenal save at the end of the second half. South Kortright won most of the 50-50 balls and most of the balls in the air. As I told my kids, the crossbar was our 12th man.

 “Sometimes soccer is a cruel game,” he added. “We were not doing many things right and we were not playing the way we wanted.”

 Trevor Holdridge scored both of the Rams’ goals.

 Holdridge beat two defenders before scoring 10 minutes into play to give SK a 1-0 lead.

 Cooperstown (4-1) tied it eight minutes later when Rowley tracked down a long pass by Tanner Clinton and beat goalie Brett Post on a breakaway.

 With 12 minutes left in regulation, Holdridge again beat a pair of defenders before scoring as the Rams took a 2-0 lead.

 Four minutes later, with Rowley out of the game with cramps, Liam Heneghan scored to tie it. Heneghan followed his own shot.

CV-S 6, Worcester 0


 Defending Section Four Class D champion Cherry Valley-Springfield scored four times in the second half en route to a Tri-Valley League rout at home.

 “We report the goals and assists, but it was our defense that was key tonight,” CV-S coach Terri Adams said of her back four, which features Ethan Drugatz, Justin Monahan, Elijah Lyon and Nick Mills. “They kept Worcester out of our 18 all night.”

 Jake Spencer and Jordan Manikas had first-half goals on assists from Kyle Jaquay, who scored in the second half. Dan Bosma, Jake Ostrander and Luke Palumbo also scored for the Patriots, who held a 19-0 advantage in shots.

Milford 2, Schenevus 0


 Peyton Griffiths had a goal and an assist to lead Milford to a Tri-Valley League win at home.

Griffiths opened the scoring eight minutes into the second half, following a long pass from Adam Renwick for a breakaway goal.

 Griffiths also sent a pass across the goalmouth to Elijah Rutledge, who finished from close range for the final margin.

 Milford’s shutout included six saves from Parker Fish and a back save from defender Paul VanWarner.

 Robert Burton stopped 20 shots for the Dragons, who were outshot, 22-6.

CCS 3, Sauquoit 2


 Michael Rowley, Liam Heneghan and Max Clinton scored second-half goals as Cooperstown edged Sauquoit Valley, 3-2, in a Center State Conference boys soccer game at home.

 Reigning Daily Star Player of the Year Rowley tied the score at 1 when he headed in a pass from Matt Frevele.

 “We outplayed them in every facet of the game in the first half, but we were still trailing,” Cooperstown coach Frank Miosek said. “Rowley’s goal was a real nice goal.”

 Heneghan and Clinton followed with goals to make it 3-1 before SV capped the scoring with eight seconds to go.

Kevin Frevele made five saves for the Redskins. (3-1, 3-0).

CV-S 7, Franklin 0


Kyle Jaquay had two goals and an assist to lead defending Section Four Class D champion Cherry Valley-Springfield to a 7-0 Tri-Valley League boys soccer victory at Franklin.

 Jaquay scored both of his goals and assisted Dan Bosma’s goal on a header in the first half as the Patriots took a 4-0 lead into halftime.

 Ben Drugatz also had a first-half goal for the Patriots.

Jake and Andrew Spencer, and Jake Ostrander scored in the second half for CV-S, which received two assists from Wyatt Crowley.

 “They are just a well-oiled machine,” Franklin coach Dan Colone said. “(CV-S coach Terri Adams) has them playing soccer the way it is meant to be played.”

 CV-S outshot Franklin, 13-4.

Milford 5, Worcester 0


 Peyton Griffiths scored all three of his goals in the first half in leading Milford to a road victory in the Tri-Valley League.

Griffiths finished a pass from Blake Elliott 14 minutes into play to make it 1-0. Six minutes later, Eli Coley set up Griffiths to make it 2-0. Griffiths then scored unassisted 12 minutes before halftime.

 Spencer O’Bryan and Brian Atwell contributed second-half goals.


Mohawk 3, Cooperstown 0


  Katie Kleban made 13 saves in the Redskins’ Center State Conference road loss.

  Rachel Thorpe led Mohawk with two goals.

Schenevus 1, CV-S 0


  Mary Hernandez scored on an assist from Sarah Mellor with 17 mintues left as Schenevus upended host Cherry Valley-Springfield in a Tri-Valley League match.

  “They did a nice job of beating us to every loose ball,” said Patriots coach Amy Garretson, whose team finished with a 28-9 advantage in shots. “They outhustled us all night.”

  Taylor Spranger made 14 saves for the Dragons. Kylie Graham stopped five shots for CV-S (7-2, 5-2), which visits Richfield Springs on Friday.

Milford 2, Schenevus 1


 Alyssa Quick’s goal with 15 minutes left lifted visiting Milford to a Tri-Valley League win.

 “Quick was back on the right side when the ball was played up,” Schenevus coach Chris Kaltenbach said. “Our goalie sat back and she put it past her. It was not a clean play anywhere, but she put it in net for them.”

 Sarah Mellor gave Schenevus the lead 12 minutes in, dribbling around a defender for a 1-on-1 with goalie Monica Renwick.

“She stayed calm and put it in on the far side on the ground,” Kaltenbach said.

 Milford’s Kaley Chase tied the score with 10 seconds left in the half on a 12-yarder to the right post.

 “Obviously it always hurts when you give up a goal with 10 seconds left in half,” Kaltenbach said. “It was a tough situation, but I thought our girls played well. Both teams did, it was just an aggressive, good, clean, hard game.”

Cooperstown 2, MM 19/21

 Jordian Siver scored from 18 yards four minutes into the first overtime, leading host Cooperstown to a Center State Conference Division III victory that marked the Redskins’ first win of the season.

 “It was a big win for us, a huge win,” Cooperstown coach Jen Pindar said. “The girls are working really hard, and we got it to come together for us today. We were talking and passing the ball really well.

 “Katie (Kleban) did a great job,” Pindar said of the Redskins goalie, who had 14 saves. “She made a lot of big saves for us, including several in the 20 minutes of overtime.”

 Siver took control of a bouncing ball on the 18-yard line in the center of the field. She took it right, then grounded it inside the left post.

 Mount Markham scored five minutes in as goalie Anglea Barlett punted past midfield to set up a breakaway goal for Heather Curtin.

 The Redskins tied it 10 minutes into the second half. Steffaney Wilcox made a long throw-in to Julie Dykstra, who dribbled in from the right to 12 yards and scored to the far post.

CV-S 1, Franklin 0


 Lauren Loucks intercepted a back-pass intended for Franklin goalie Hayley Downin and scored midway through the second half as host Cherry Valley-Springfield won a matchup of Tri-Valley League powers, 1-0.

 “Both were going for the ball,” CV-S coach Amy Garretson said of Loucks and Downin. “Both touched it, but Lauren wound up with it. She touched to the side and kicked into the goal. She was a ways out.”

 Kylie Graham made nine saves and Garretson added that CV-S sweeper Olivia Hall also play a major role in the shutout.

 “Kylie and Olivia were awesome,” said Garretson, who said several members of her team have been battling the flu. “All of them dug deep because they were feeling the best.”

 Garretson also singled the defense of eighth-grader Sarah Russo, who marked Franklin standout Jordan Beers.

 “She marked (Beers) the whole game and did a phenomenal job,” Garretson said.

Sauquoit Valley 6, Cooperstown 2


 Jordian Siver and Alannah Haggerty scored second-half goals for Cooperstown, which lost at home in the Center State Conference.

 Elisa Marchione had three goals and an assist to lead Sauquoit Valley.

 Siver’s goal came after receiving a corner kick from Maggie Hall and made the score the 4-1. Haggerty’s goal also was assisted by Hall.

 Katie Kleban made 25 saves for the Redskins, including on a penalty kick.