Here are some local high school varsity sports recaps from Friday’s events:
Varsity Boys Soccer: Cincinnatus vs. Madison
The Cincinnatus Lions ended their regular season with an unbeaten record of 15-0, after taking down Madison with a score of 11-0.
The Lions were led by Scott Schuyler (4 goals & 1 assist), Cason Stafford (3 goals & 1 assist), Jordan Larrabee (1 goal & 5 assists), Trevor Shevalier (1 goal), Canden Stafford (1 goal), Tyler Liddle (1 goal), Dominick Landers (2 assists), Chris Loomis (1 assist).
The Lions are currently ranked 1st in the State for Class D.
Up next, there will be a seeding meeting on Sunday (October 17th)m where the Lions will find out who their upcoming Sectional Tournament opponent will be.
Varsity Girls Soccer: McGraw vs. Otselic Valley
The McGraw Lady Eagles won their last game of the regular season with the score of 1-0 against Otselic Valley on Friday.
The only goal of the game was scored by Andrea May, giving McGraw the win.
McGraw goalkeeper Heather Magee made a total of 10 saves in the game, while Otselic Valley’s keeper Cassidy Will made 1 save.
With this win, the Eagles ended the regular season with an overall record of 4-6-3.
According to the Section III website, there will be a seeding meeting on Sunday (October 17th), and McGraw will find out who their first Sectional opponent will be afterwards.
Varsity Girls Soccer: Cincinnatus vs. Madison
The Cincinnatus varsity girls soccer team ended their regular season with an overall record of 13-1, after defeating Madison 7-0 at home on Friday.
Cincinnatus was led by Kyla Sustad (5 goals), Jarisa Temple (1 goal), Gabriella Taylor (1 goal), Cassia Schuyler (2 assists).
Cortney Scutt made 1 save at goal for Cincinnatus.
Up next, Cincinnatus will look forward to competing in the Section III Class D Tournament. There will be a seeding meeting on Sunday (October 17th), where Cincinnatus will find out who their first Sectional opponent will be.
Varsity Football: Homer vs. Cortland
The Homer Trojans defeated the Cortland Purple Tigers with a score of 34-0 at their annual rivalry Home-Cort Jug game on Friday.
However, the game was called at halftime due to unforeseen circumstances.