Franklin daughters allow early goal and roar for 8-1 win | High school sports

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After allowing an early goal, Franklin’s women’s soccer team rebounded impressively to an 8-1 victory over Gilbertsville-Mt. Upton Thursday.

After GMU’s Hannah Bonczkowski started the game with the opening goal, Shannon Kingsbury responded 24 seconds later to kick off the Purple Devils’ scoring.

Kayla Campbell has scored twice for Franklin, with Nicketa Utter, Valentina Temple, Zoe Warren, Taylor Amatuccio and Meredith Shivers as well.

Franklin is 7-0 and will host Milford in a Tri-Valley League game on Tuesday.

Edmeston, 2, Richfield Springs 0

A late push in the first half saw the Panthers defeat the Indians in Thursday’s Tri-Valley League game.

Molly Rifanburg and Arissa Bolton both scored in the dying minutes of the first half to give Edmeston a lead she wouldn’t give up.

Abby White made four saves in goal for the shutout. Emma White of Richfield Springs was strong in the losing effort making 19 saves.

Richfield Springs will host Stockbridge on Saturday.

Milford 4, Morris 0

The Milford girls beat Morris 4-0 in their game on Thursday.

Grace Cohn scored 29 seconds after the start of the competition with help from Delaney Maison and Lillian Cohn to secure an early lead. Kara Mertz, Julia Barown and Delaney Maison would also find the back of the net for the Wildcats.

Leeanna West of Milford made four saves in the shutout win while Morris’s Maddie Coleman made five saves.

Milford is 5-0 and will play in the Chick Walshe tournament against Charlotte Valley on Saturday.

Clinton 7, Cooperstown 0

Cooperstown lost in the shutout to Clinton on Thursday.

Maddie Luck scored two goals and provided an assist for Clinton, Paige Luke scored two goals and Lydia Detraglia and Avery Maxam each scored one. An own goal late in the game completed the scoring.

Goalkeeper Sam Vezza saved an impressive 18 shots for Cooperstown and Deanna Heintz blocked two for Clinton.

Cooperstown travels to face Waterville on Saturday.

Roxbury 4, Charlotte Valley 0

The Rockets shut out the Wildcats in Thursday’s Delaware League game.

For Roxbury, Courtney and Paige DeMaio each scored a goal and an assist, Myah Johnston and Kimora Brown both scored and Olivia Greico provided an assist.

Cadence Santiago saved 12 shots for Charlotte Valley and Bryanna Meehan blocked three for Roxbury.

Roxbury will face Gilboa at home on Tuesday.

Stamford 3, Hunter-Tannersville 2

The Indians recovered from a 2-1 halftime deficit to defeat the Wildcats on Thursday.

Molly Koerner led Stamford with two goals, Hannah Kirby providing the other tally. Emily Clark added an assist for Stamford.

Marissa Legg and Mackenzie Radcliffe scored in the first half to give Hunter-Tannersville the lead. Radcliffe and Gwen Glennon both got assists in the game.

Stamford goaltender Mckenna Hoyt finished with three saves while the Wildcats’ Melody Burke recorded 10.

Stamford (2-3) will host Gilboa on Friday.

Downsville 5, Windham 1

Downsville beat Windham on Thursday with a hat trick from Rebecca Grashinski.

Grashinski finished the game with three goals and one assist. Kayla Houck, Kiahna Rowlands and Skylee Kaufman each scored one goal, with Kaufman and Brianna Gilmore both providing assists for the Eagles.

For Windham, Serena Beckman scored the only goal with an assist from Emma Drum. Goalkeeper Kristina Davis saved three shots for Downsville, while Serena Beckman saved nine for Windham.

Downsville will face Delhi at home on Friday.

Worcester 3, Sharon Springs 0

The Wolverines shutout Sharon Springs for a road win on Thursday.

Sophia Adams scored twice in the first half to lead the Worcester offense. Rianna Otero added the third goal in the second half.

Sharon Springs goalie Ava Jump made 13 saves in the loss.

Franklin 8, Gilbertsville-Mt. Up to 1

Franklin: Kayla Campbell 2-0; Shannon Kingsbury 1-1; Nicketa Utter 1-1; Temple of Valentina 1-0; Zoe Warren 1-0; Taylor Amatuccio 1-0; Meredith Shivers 1-0; Marissa Campbell 0-1; Patricia Rodriguez-Matias 0-1; Sarah Rosenbusch 0-1; Temple of Lucia 0-1

GMU: Hannah Bonczkowski 1-0; Alyssa Sorochinsky 0-1

Kicks-corner kicks: F 25-14; GMU 1-0

Goalkeepers: Lindsey Van Dyke (A) 1; Mackenzie Barnes (GMU) 13; Kendra Hammond (GMU) 3

Edmeston, 2, Richfield Springs 0

Edmeston: Molly Rifanburg 1-0, Arissa Bolton 1-1, Avery Bolton 0-1

Richfield Springs: none

Corner kicks: E 21-2, RS 6-0

Goalkeepers: Abby White (E) 6, Emma White (RS) 19

Milford 4, Morris 0

Milford: Kara Mertz 1-1, Julia Barown 1-0, Grace Cohn 1-0, Delaney Maison 1-0, Lillian Cohn 0-1, Danica Stanford 0-1, Alexis Sutphin 0-1

Morris: none

Corner kicks: Milford 11-1; Morris 6-2

Goalkeepers: Leeanna West (MI) 4; Maddie Coleman (MO) 5

Clinton 7, Cooperstown 0

Clinton: Maddie Luck 2-1, Paige Luke 2-0, Lydia Detraglia 1-0, Avery Maxam 1-0

Cooperstown: none

Corner kicks: CL 30-4 C: 5-1

Goalkeepers: Deanna Heintz (CL) 2, Sam Vezza (C) 18

Roxbury 4, Charlotte Valley 0

Roxbury: Courney DeMaio 1-1, Paige DeMaio 1-1, Myah Johnston 1-0, Kimora Brown 1-0, Olivia Grieco 0-1

Charlotte Valley: none

Corner kicks: R 23-4, CV 7-2

Goalkeepers: Cadence Santiago (CV) 12, Bryanna Meehan (R) 3

Stamford 3, Hunter-Tannersville 2

Stamford: Molly Koerner 2-0, Hannah Kirby 1-0, Emily Clark 0-1

HE: Marissa Legg 1-0, Mackenzie Radcliffe 1-1, Gwen Glennon 0-1

Corner kicks: S 19-10, HT 7-3

Goalkeepers: Mckenna Hoyt (S) 3, Melody Burke (HT) 10

Downsville 5, Windham 1

R: Rebecca Grashinski 3-1, Kayla Houck 1-0, Kiahna Rowlands 1-0, Skylee Kaufman 0-1, Brianna Gilmore 0-1

F: Serena Beckman 1-0, Emma Drum 0-1

Corner kicks: D 14-3, W 5-1

Goalkeepers: Cassandra Coe (F) 9, Kristina Davis (D) 3

Worcester 3, Sharon Springs 0

Worcester: Sophia Adams 2-0, Rianna Otero 1-0

Sharon Springs: none

Corner kicks: not provided

Goalkeepers: Ava Jump (SS) 13

VOLLEYBALL

Oxford 3, Greene 0

The Blackhawks earned a straight set victory over the Trojans in Thursday’s volleyball action.

Mallory Olsen-Nichols had a huge day for Oxford, scoring 12 aces and 15 assists. Madalyn Barrows (three aces) and Jadyn Ruff (three aces) also participated.

Nicole Marks had four blocks, one ace and one block for Greene.

Oxford will host Deposit-Hancock on Tuesday.

Oxford 3, Greene 0

Game scores: 25-9, 25-13, 25-5

Oxford: Madalyn Barrows 3 aces; Mallory Olsen-Nichols 12 aces, 15 assists; Jadyn Ruff 4 aces

Greene: Camric Williams 1 ace, 1 kill, 1 block; Nicole Marks 1 ace, 1 block, 4 digs, 1 kill; Dayani Lora 1 killed, 1 block; Graziella Lora 2 digs


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