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Local Scoreboard: Soccer Scores Sept 2 - Oct. 9, 2014

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Here are the latest scores from local high school soccer games. There are dozens of pictures from many of these games in our image galleries, just look in "High School Sports"

MSC (boys) v. South Kortright, October 18, SK won 3-2.

MCS (girls) v. Roxbury, October 9, MCS won 3-1.
MCS (boys) v. Gilboa, October 7, Gilboa won 2-1.

RCS (boys) v. Windham, October 6, Windham won 1-0.
RCS (girls) v. Windham, October 6, RCS won 2-0.
MCS (girls) v. Gilboa, October 6, MCS won 7-0.
MCS (girls) v. CVCS, October 2, Charlotte Valley won 3-0.


SK rallies past Blue Devils to win boys' Crossover title

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By John Bernhardt
He’s a throwback of sorts, a connection to another era when high school physical education teachers were simply known as ‘Coach’ because they coached in every sport season. He’s the Dean of Delaware League coaches, a standard figure on the sidelines at South Kortright sporting events season after season and year after year. And, Saturday at the Wright Soccer Complex in Oneonta, it was the strategic moves of SK’s fabled coach Bob VanValkenburgh that made the difference in the Rams 3-2 championship win over Margaretville.

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MCS boys headed to Crossover Championship

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KICK BALL — Margaretville’s Ian Todd, right, sends a pass during last Tuesday’s contest at Gilboa. The Wildcats upset the Blue Devils, 2-1. Despite the loss, MCS won the Upper Delaware League title. — Photos by Dick SanfordKICK BALL — Margaretville’s Ian Todd, right, sends a pass during last Tuesday’s contest at Gilboa. The Wildcats upset the Blue Devils, 2-1. Despite the loss, MCS won the Upper Delaware League title. — Photos by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt
The Margaretville boys’ soccer team is searching for consistency as they move towards Saturday’s Delaware League champ­ionship contest in Oneonta.

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Blue Devil girls tied atop league

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 Emily Baker (6), Cora Bruno, Elia Tanzer (next to the goalkeeper), Lindsay Day, Kristena Westerfeld and Rachael Sluiter. Margaretville was a 3-1 winner last Thursday. — Photos by Dick SanfordABOVE IT ALL — Roxbury players Devin Fox, left, and Jade Meehan (19) look to score as Margaretville goalkeeper Alany Gomez knocks the ball away. Helping out for the Blue Devils are, from left: Emily Baker (6), Cora Bruno, Elia Tanzer (next to the goalkeeper), Lindsay Day, Kristena Westerfeld and Rachael Sluiter. Margaretville was a 3-1 winner last Thursday. — Photos by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt

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Bowling Scores: October 15, 2014

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Better Half Mixed League — 10/12/14
Slicksters 20 4
Pin Heads 16 8
Team 8 15 9
JAB 14 10
Team Attitude 13 11
Komeback Kids 13 11
Poor Craig 10 14
Fleixible Flyer 5 19
Men’s High Game
Alan White 223, Tom Miller 215, Brandon Johnson 212, Craig Westerfeld 212
Men’s High Series
Tom Miller 605, Alan White 599, Brandon Johnson 562
Women’s High Game
Sharon Gavette 208, Kristena Westerfeld 201, Susan Wixon 188
Women’s High Series
Kristena Westerfeld 568, Sharon Gavette 514, Susan Wixon 476
Organization League — 10/6/14
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MCS loses injured top player VanValkenburg; RCS boys almost pull an upset

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By John Bernhardt
It was a bittersweet victory for the Margaretville boys’ soccer team when they downed Davenport last week on the Wildcats home field. With the 2-0 victory, Margaretville captured another Delaware League Upper Division championship, but the Blue Devils lost their senior captain and leading scorer, Matt VanValkenburg.
OUTTA MY WAY — Glen Cioccari of Stamford dribbles downfield as Blue Devil Matt VanValkenburg tries to get past his opponent in last week’s match. MCS won, but VanValkenburg sustained a season-stopping shoulder injury. — Photos by Dick SanfordOUTTA MY WAY — Glen Cioccari of Stamford dribbles downfield as Blue Devil Matt VanValkenburg tries to get past his opponent in last week’s match. MCS won, but VanValkenburg sustained a season-stopping shoulder injury. — Photos by Dick Sanford

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MCS and RCS girls rack up victories this week

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By John Bernhardt
For the Margaretville girls’ soccer team, adversity has only made them stronger. A promising start of the season (7-2) took a detour last week when the Blue Devils struggled to find the nets and dropped four consecutive contests. But, the flood gates opened on Monday as Margaretville scored early and often, downing Gilboa, 7-0.
DETERMINED — Elia Tanzer of MCS is the picture of concentration as she controls the ball in last Wednesday’s contest against visiting Charlotte Valley. Looking on is Wildcat Sierrah McAdams. CV was a 3-0 winner. Click any image to see more photos of these games. — Photos by Dick SanfordDETERMINED — Elia Tanzer of MCS is the picture of concentration as she controls the ball in last Wednesday’s contest against visiting Charlotte Valley. Looking on is Wildcat Sierrah McAdams. CV was a 3-0 winner. Click any image to see more photos of these games. — Photos by Dick Sanford

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Local soccer teams win in several nail-biters

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HEADS UP — Roxbury players Charles Carey (15) and Tyler Phillips (17) leap for a head ball during play last Tuesday against Stamford. The Rockets won the contest. Click on an image to see more photos from the game in our image galleries.— Photos by Dick SanfordHEADS UP — Roxbury players Charles Carey (15) and Tyler Phillips (17) leap for a head ball during play last Tuesday against Stamford. The Rockets won the contest. Click on an image to see more photos from the game in our image galleries.— Photos by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt


Fleischmanns "nets" new tennis courts

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Father-Son team tops in Connecticut tennis tournament

A father and son team with Arkville roots won the Connecticut Tennis Open Tournament at Yale University in New Haven, CT last week.
Nicholas Steiglehner, 10, and his father Tom with their trophyNicholas Steiglehner, 10, and his father Tom with their trophy


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