Milford/Laurens blanked Roxbury 7-0 in the third place game of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup on Saturday, Sept. 11.

Brock Mann led the way with a hat trick, while Justin LaPilusa, Cyller Cimko, Riley Stevens, and Ryles Sheldon also scored for Milford/Laurens. Martin Thorsland added two assists.

The Milford/Laurens duo of Chase Long and Brayden Murphy combined for the shutout in net. George Proctor and Bryton Bower both made three saves for Roxbury.

Milford/Laurens 7, Roxbury 0

Milford/Laurens: Brock Mann 3-0, Justin LaPilusa 1-0, Cyller Cimko 1-0, Riley Stevens 1-0, Ryles Sheldon 1-0, Martin Thorsland 0-2, Wendell Agustin 0-1

Roxbury: none

Shots-Corner Kicks: M/L 13-1, R 2-2

Goalies: Chase Long (M/L) 1, Brayden Murphy (M/L) 0, George Proctor (R) 3, Bryton Bower (R) 3

Cooperstown 3, Frankfort-Schuyler 1

The Cooperstown boys improved to 3-0 on the season with a 3-1 non-league victory over Frankfort-Schuyler on Saturday, Sept. 11.

Matt Salis, Liam Spencer, and Ollie Wasson provided the goals for Cooperstown, with Luca Gardner-Olsen notching two assists and Spencer adding another. David Sumatra supplied the lone goal for Frankfort-Schuyler.

In net, Cooperstown’s Finn Holohan made two saves. Frankfort-Schuyler’s Matos Brayden made 14 at the opposite end.

Cooperstown 3, Frankfort-Schuyler 1 

Cooperstown: Matt Salis 1-0, Liam Spencer 1-1, Ollie Wasson 1-0, Luca Gardner-Olsen 0-2

FS: David Sumatra 1-0

Shots-Corner Kicks: C 36-8, FS 5-3

Goalies: Finn Holohan (C) 2, Matos Brayden (FS) 14

Milford/Laurens 8, Richfield Springs 0

Milford/Laurens scored six goals in the second half en route to an 8-0 victory over Richfield Springs in a Sept. 10 Tri-Valley League game.

Brock Mann led the M/L attack with three goals, while Nick DeBoer and Justin LaPilusa both netted two goals. Rhys Calleja rounded out the scoring for the victors. Riley Stevens provided two assists on the night.

Milford/Laurens (3-2) outshot the Indians 25-1 in the game. Richfield Springs (0-2) keeper Brogan Graves made 14 saves in the loss.

Milford/Laurens 8, Richfield Springs 0

M/L: Brock Mann 3-0, Nick DeBoer 2-0, Justin LaPilusa 2-0, Rhys Calleja 1-0, Riley Stevens 0-2, Donta Sherwood 0-1, Zach Brown 0-1, Thomas Konnick 0-1

RS: none

Shots-Corner Kicks: M/L 25-4, RS 1-0

Goalies: Chase Long (M/L) 0, Brayden Murphy (M/L) 1, Brogan Graves (RS) 14

Cooperstown 7, Utica Academy of Science 2 

Cooperstown defeated Utica Academy of Science on Sept. 9 thanks to a big second-half outburst.

Matt Salis led the way with two goals and three assists for Cooperstown. Elsewhere, Liam Spencer and Luca Gardner-Olsen contributed two goals each, with Ollie Wasson adding another goal.

For UAS, Almin Beganovic got his team on the scoreboard with two goals. In net, Mark Voytovich blocked nine shots for UAS while Finn Holohan saved three for the Hawkeyes.

Cooperstown 7, Utica Academy of Science 2

C: Matt Salis 2-3, Liam Spencer 2-0, Luca Gardner-Olsen 2-0, Ollie Wasson 1-0

UAS: Almin Beganovic 2-0

Shots-Corner: C 23-8, UAS 5-3

Goalies: Finn Holohan (C) 3, Mark Voytovich (UAS) 9

Schenevus 9, Richfield Springs 1 

The Dragons broke open what had been a close game with a huge second half to defeat the Indians in a Sept. 8 Tri-Valley League contest.

After taking a 3-1 lead into halftime, Schenevus (1-1) scored six goals in the second half to run away with the victory. Dan Gallagher, Jordan Regg, and Cody Keator all scored twice for the Dragons. The team’s other goals came courtesy of Conner Ritton, Trevor Schneider, and Wyndham Spooner. Spooner also finished with three assists.

Austin Bowman scored the Indians’ (0-1) only goal on a penalty shot.

Ryan Spranger made two saves for Schenevus in the win, while Richfield Springs’ Brogan Graves made 12 stops.

Schenevus 9, Richfield Springs 1

Schenevus: Conner Ritton 1-0, Dan Gallagher 2-1, Trevor Schneider 1-0, Wyndham Spooner 1-3, Jordan Regg 2-1, Cody Keator 2-0, Cody Feil 0-1

RS: Austin Bowman 1-0

Shots: S 21, RS 3

Goalies: Ryan Spranger (S) 2, Brogan Graves (RS) 12

Milford/Laurens 2, Edmeston 0

Milford/Laurens defeated Edmeston in a shortened but still official game on Sept. 8.

Milford/Laurens was up by two goals at halftime courtesy of Riley Stevens, with an assist from Zach Brown, and Wendell Agustin, with an assist from Stevens.

The game was called at halftime due to lightning and thunderstorms, with the game still being official due to one half being completed.

Edmeston was unfortunately deprived of the opportunity to possibly make a comeback.

“Both teams played very hard despite the elements.” Milford/Laurens coach Greg Eggleston said via email.

Milford/Laurens currently owns a 2-2 record and plays Richfield Springs at home on Friday.

Milford/Laurens 2, Edmeston 0

M/L: Riley Stevens 1-1, Wendell Agustin 1-0, Zach Brown 0-1

Shots-Corner Kicks: M/L 12-3, E 4-0

Goalies: Chase Long (M/L) 1, Bryce Bolton (E) 5


Franklin 4, Cherry Valley-Springfield 0 

Franklin broke open what had been a close game with three second-half goals to defeat the Patriots on Sept. 10 in Tri-Valley League action.

Valentina Temple and Shannon Kingsbury both finished with a goal and an assist for the Purple Devils, while Kayla Campbell and Patricia Rodriguez-Matias also found the back of the net.

Franklin keeper Maddie Hyzer made four saves to notch the shutout. Marijke Kroon stopped 14 shots for CVS.

Franklin 4, Cherry Valley-Springfield 0 

Franklin: Valentina Temple 1-1, Shannon Kingsbury 1-1, Kayla Campbell 1-0, Patricia Rodriguez-Matias 1-0, Kaitlin Ogborn 0-1

CVS: none

Shots-Corner Kicks: F 18-2, CVS 4-0

Goalies: Maddie Hyzer (F) 4, Marijke Kroon (CVS) 14

Milford 4, Richfield Springs 0

The Wildcats netted all four of their girls in the first half of Tri-Valley League shutout win Sept. 10 over the Indians.

Allison Munson led the way for Milford with two goals. Alexis Sutphin and Kara Mertz also scored, with Mertz, Mariah Saggese, Lily Cohn, and Julia Barown providing assists.

Milford outshot Richfield Springs 25-2, as Wildcats goalie Leeanna West needed to make just one save to notch the shutout.

Milford 4, Richfield Springs 0 

Milford: Alexis Sutphin 1-0, Allison Munson 2-0, Kara Mertz 1-1, Mariah Saggese 0-1, Lily Cohn 0-1, Julia Barown 0-1

RS: none

Shots-Corner Kicks: M 25-8, RS 2-1

Goalies: Leeanna West (M) 1

Hamilton 3, Cooperstown 2 

The Hawkeyes dropped a close contest on Sept. 10 to Hamilton 3-2.

Ireland Gable and Sophia Hotaling provided the goals for Cooperstown, while Lauren Koffer and Claire Jensen notched an assist apiece.

Scoring for Hamilton were Taylor Basher, Autumn Hames, and Reagan Hope.

Both goalies played well, as Cooperstown’s Samantha Vezza and Hamilton’s Emily Neuenschwander each recorded 13 saves.

Hamilton 3, Cooperstown 2 

Hamilton: Taylor Basher 1-0, Autumn Hames 1-1, Reagan Hope 1-0, Logan Langel 0-1

Cooperstown: Ireland Gable 1-0, Sophia Hotaling 1-0, Lauren Koffer 0-1, Claire Jensen 0-1

Shots-Corner Kicks: H 16-4, C 18-1

Goalies: Emily Neuenschwander (H) 13, Samantha Vezza (C) 13

Dolgeville 2, Cooperstown 1

Cooperstown fell to Dolgeville 2-1 at home Sept. 9.

Reece Lamphere scored both goals for Dolgeville in the win.

Cooperstown’s goal came courtesy of Sophia Hotaling on a direct kick from 25 yards out.

Dolgeville keeper Kansa VanOlst made four saves, while Cooperstown’s Samantha Vezza stopped six shots.

Dolgeville 2, Cooperstown 1

Dolgeville: Reece Lamphere 2-0

Cooperstown: Sophia Hotaling 1-0

Shots-Corner Kicks: D 14-10, C 12-2

Goalies: Kansa VanOlst (D) 4, Samantha Vezza (C) 6

Schenevus 15, Richfield Springs 0

Schenevus defeated Richfield Springs with an aggressive offensive push Sept. 8.

The Dragons had multiple scorers, led by Taylor Knapp with three goals and an assist, followed by Angie Competiello, Lily Competiello, Shawna Whiteman, Samantha Barrett, and Amber Wyckoff with two goals each.

Hannah Sulas and Autumn Burton each scored a goal with Serenity Hopkins and Cady Ritton adding assists.

In net, Kelsey Burton saved one shot for Schenevus, and Maggie Worobey blocked an impressive 25 shots for Richfield Springs.

Schenevus 15, Richfield Springs 0

S: Angie Competiello 2-0, Lily Competiello 2-1, Shawna Whiteman 2-1, Taylor Knapp 3-1, Samantha Barrett 2-1, Amber Wyckoff 2-0, Hannah Sulas 1-3, Autumn Burton, 1-0, Serenity Hopkins 0-1, Cady Ritton 0-1

Shots-Corner Kicks S: 41-9, R 1-1

Goalies: Kelsey Burton (S) 1, Maggie Worobey (R) 25


Tupper Lake 34, Cooperstown 6

Cooperstown fell to Tupper Lake 34-6 in its season opener at home on Sept. 11.

The Hawkeyes’ sole points came courtesy of a 19-yard scoring run by Bryan Whitaker in the fourth quarter. Whitaker also finished with 56 passing yards in the game.

Henry Loeffler and Ian Poole had 20 and 19 rushing yards, respectively, for Cooperstown. Kalen Dempsey, meanwhile, finished with 34 yards on three receptions.

Cooperstown will be at Weedsport on Friday, Sept. 17.

Tupper Lake 34, Cooperstown 6 

TL … 6 20 8 0 — 34

COOP … 0 0 0 6 — 6

Cooperstown rushing: Henry Loeffler 13-20, Ian Poole 4-19, Bryan Whitaker 1-19-1

Cooperstown passing: Bryson Whitaker 4-13 56 0-0

Cooperstown receiving: Kalen Dempsey 3-34

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