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Delaware League Soccer Roundup

Written By Editor on 9/27/21 | 9/27/21

Boys Action:

Last Wednesday's games were widely postponed due to heavy rain in the region at game time.

Davenport and Roxbury finished Thursday's game on the Rockets home field tied 1-1. Dylan Waid connected for Davenport's goal and Ron Grieco tallied Roxbury's goal.

Downsville shutout the Windham Warriors 5-0 on Thursday as Kaden Cicio did most of the damage with four goals on the afternoon. Teammate Ashton Townsend added on goal and one assist, Gaven Brunner added a pair of assists and Skyler Odell added on assist.

The annual Margaretville Tournament got underway Friday with host Margaretville falling to Seward  6-2 in the opening round. Michael Gavette and Damien Brewer each scored a goal in the loss to the Class C team.

In Saturday's consolation game, the hosts defeated Chester Academy 5-1. Lenny Cordero posted a hat trick while Ryan McVitty added a goal and an assist and Damien Brewer added a goal. Michael Gavette had one assist for the Blue Devils. 

South Kortright will be paired with Cooperstown in the championship round of the annual Chic Walshe Soccer Tournament, hosted by Davenport, at 4 p.m. this Saturday.

SK advanced on penalty kicks, posting a 4-3 advantage on penalty kicks over Worcester to claim the win after the two teams were tied 1-1 after overtime. Josh Anderson connected off assist from Jacob Morton to score for the Rams, while Worcester's goal was scored by Conner Fancher off assist from Ben Ballard.

Cooperstown advanced with a 7-1 victory over host Davenport. Trevor Waid scored Davenport's lone goal. They will play Worcester in the consolation game on Saturday at noon.

On Monday, the Margaretville Blue Devils claimed a 3-1 victory over the unbeaten SK Rams. Michael Gavette struck for two goals and Ryan McVitty scored one goal with Lenny Cordaro adding an assist. The two teams were tied 1-1 at the half. South Kortright's goal was scored by Declan McCracken.

On Tuesday, SK shutout Windham 5-0 as Trent Cole and Jacob Morton scored two goals each and Emerson Comer scored one goal. Assisting, with one each, were Eoin Byne and Jayden Sturniolo.

Roxbury defeated Gilboa 3-2 on Tuesday. Ian Walker and Peyton Proctor each scored a goal in regulation and Walker scored the winning penalty kick for the Rockets. William Cipolla and Jacob Strauch each scored for Gilboa.

Downsville shutout Jefferson 5-0 on Tuesday as Gavin Brunner led the way with a pair of goals and two assists and Tristan Reed had two assists. Chase Mabery, Ashton Townsend and Travis Houck contributed single. 

Girls action:

The Stamford girls defeated Hunter-Tannersville 3-2 on Thursday on their home field. Molly Koerner tallied a pair of goals and Hannah Kirby added a third, with Emily Clark having one assist in the win. Hunter got goals from Mckenzie Radcliffe and Marissa Legg. Radcliffe added an assist along with teammate Gwenn Glennon.

Downsville defeated Windham 5-1 at Windham. Rebecca Grashinski struck for a hat trick and added one assist, while teammate Kayla Houck and Kiahna Rowlands added singe goals to he win. Serena Beckmann scored the lone goal for the Lady Warriors.

The Roxbury Lady Rockets shoutout Davenport 4-0 on Thursday as four different players scored.

Payge DeMaio had one goal and an assist, Cortnea DeMaio had one goal, Myah Johnson scored one and Kimora Brown scored one. Roxbury got one assist each from Kylie DeMaio  and Olivia Greico.

Delhi Defeated Downsville 1-0 in a non-league pairing on Friday. Abbie Leahy scored the lone goal of the game for the win.

Stamford picked up win number two of the week with a 2-0 shutout over Gilboa. Annie Schultz and Emily Clark each connected for a goal and Shannon Hartwell had an assist in the win.

The South Kortright Lady Rams defeated Worcester 3-1 in overtime to advance from the opening round of the Chic Walshe Soccer Tournament in Davenport. They will face Milford in the championship game tomorrow at 2 p.m..

Lacey Eckert, Madison Coberly and Emily Anderson all scored to lift SK to the win. Worcester got its goal from Iriyah Hailey.

Milford shutout host Davenport 5-0 to win their advance to the championship game. Davenport and Worcester will meet in the consolation game.

The Margaretville Lady Blue Devils defeated South Kortright 5-2 in Monday's action. Ana Gavette scored two goals and teammates Natalia Herrera, Marisol Flores and Olivia Suyama added single goals to the win. South Kortright got goals from Emily Anderson and Lauren Dengler.

Roxbury blasted Gilboa 9-0 on their home field Tuesday with two goals each from Kylie DeMaio and Kimora Brown and single goals from Myah Johnson, Mikayla Wright, Livy Greico and Ryleigh Goodchild, while Cortnea DeMaio adds one goal and one assist and Payge DeMaio had two assists. 

On Tuesday, South Kortright shutout Windham 5-0 as Emily Anderson struck for a pair of goals and teammates Madison Coberly and Lacey Eckert added one goal and one assist each and Christina Chaker had one goal.

The Davenport Lady Wildcats defeated Hunter-Tannersville 4-2 on Tuesday as Ella Gerster and Aleigha Brockway each scored two goals to lead the win and teammate  Cadence Losie put up two assists. Hedda Flynn and Marissa Legg each scored for H-T.

Margaretville scored two second half goals to defeat Stamford 2-0 at Archibald Field on Tuesday. The two teams were tied 0-0 at the half. Herrera Natalia and Olivia Suyama each scored a goal and Marisol Flores had an assist in the win.

Photos below by Liz Page

Stamford's Ana Schulz(7) moves the ball upfield as Margaretville's Analyse Sass (10) give chase in Tuesday's soccer action. Margaretville won2-0.

Stamford's Tryhnati Donato (12) marks Margaretville's Olivia Suyama (9) in league soccer on Tuesday. Margaretville won 2-0.

Margaretville's Natalia Herrera (17) looks to move into scoring position Tuesday against Stamford's Emily Clark (9) and Breanna Wyble (5). Herrera eventually scored on of the two winning goals.

Stamford's Emily Clark (9) looks to move the ball around Margaretville's Analyse Sass (10) in soccer action Tuesday. Margaretville won it 2-0.

Stamford's Tryhnati Donato (12) moves in to interrupt Margaretville's Ashley Comano (2) in Delaware League soccer action at Russ Archibald Field on Tuesday. Margaretville won 2-0.

Stamford's Georgia Lynch (2) and Margaretville's Ana Gavette (13) do battle for possession of the ball during league action on Tuesday. Margaretville took home a 2-0 win.

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