Cortland County High School Sports Recaps (September 29th)

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Homer Boys soccer vs. Cazenovia. (Photo Source: Kaitlyn Hession).

Here are some local high school varsity sports recaps from Thursday’s events:

Varsity Boys Soccer: Cortland vs. Oswego

Team 1st 2nd Final
Cortland  1 3 4
Oswego 1 0 1

 

The Cortland Purple Tigers won 4-1 against Oswego at home Thursday night. 

With this win, Cortland improved to an overall record of 2-9. 

Cortland was led by David Kelchner (2 goals), Cal Albright (1 goal & 1 assist), Tyler Fitchette (1 goal), Robbie Atkins (1 assist), Austin Lind (1 assist), and Paul Hansen (3 saves). 

Note: stats for Oswego were not available by the time this article was written. 

Up next, Cortland will play Homer at Homer High School this Saturday (October 1st) at noon. 

Varsity Boys Soccer: Homer vs. Cazenovia

Team 1st 2nd Final
Homer 0 1 1
Cazenovia 1 1 2

 

The Homer Trojans lost a close game to Cazenovia with a score of 1-2. With this result, Homer now has a 4-3-2 record. 

Homer was led by Ian Small (1 goal), Braydon Fox (11 saves), and Kyrius Townsend (2 saves). 

Cazenovia was led by Sully Clarke (1 goal), Jack Coburn (1 goal), and Jacob Szalach (5 saves). 

Homer will now host Cortland on Saturday (October 1st) at noon. 

Here are some photos of yesterday’s game (photos provided by Kaitlyn Hession): 

Varsity Boys Soccer: McGraw vs. DeRuyter

Team 1st 2nd Final
McGraw 1 0 1
DeRuyter 0 0 0

 

The McGraw Eagles improved to an overall record of 9-3 after beating DeRuyter 1-0 Thursday afternoon. 

The only goal of the game was scored by McGraw’s Ryan Parks in the first half of the game. 

McGraw goalkeeper Gabriel Kahle had 9 saves in the game, while Wesley Pforter made 4 saves for DeRuyter. 

McGraw is scheduled to play Brookfield on the road this Saturday (October 1st) at 11am. 

Varsity Boys Soccer: Cincinnatus vs. Stockbridge Valley

Team 1st 2nd Final
Cincinnatus 0 1 1
SBV 1 3 4

 

The Cincinnatus Lions fell to a 5-4 record, after losing to Stockbridge Valley with a final score of 1-4. 

Cincinnatus’ only goal of the game was scored by Dominick Landers.

Stockbridge Valley was led by Riley LaLonde (3 goals & 1 assist), Ben Jantzi (1 goal), Evan Baker (1 assist), and Osvaldo CocChub (1 assist). 

Up next, Cincinnatus will play DeRuyter on the road this Saturday (October 1st) at 11am.

Varsity Girls Soccer: Cortland vs. Oswego

Team 1st 2nd Final
Cortland  1 1 2
Oswego 1 0 1

 

The Cortland Lady Tigers won 2-1 against Oswego Thursday night in order to improve their overall record to 2-6. 

Cortland was led by Lilly Call (1 goal), Claire Turner (1 goal), and Lauren Mott (8 saves). 

Oswego was led by Sydney Hoeffer (1 goal) and Emma Burger (8 saves). 

Cortland is now scheduled to host Homer at 10am on Saturday (October 1st). 

Varsity Girls Soccer: Homer vs. Cazenovia

Team 1st 2nd Final
Homer 0 1 1
Cazenovia 0 2 2

 

The Homer girls soccer team lost with a close score of 1-2 against Cazenovia, making them fall to a 3-6-1 record. 

Homer was led by Jane Gugerty (1 goal), Camdyn Cole (1 assist), and Alex Kellaway (12 saves). 

Note: stats for Cazenovia were not available by the time this article was written. 

Up next, Homer will play Cortland on the road this Saturday (October 1st) at 10am. 

Here are some photos of yesterday’s game (photos provided by Kaitlyn Hession): 

Varsity Girls Soccer: McGraw vs. DeRuyter

Team 1st 2nd Final
McGraw 0 2 2
DeRuyter 3 0 3

 

The McGraw Lady Eagles lost a tough game against DeRuyter with a close score of 2-3 at home Thursday afternoon. 

McGraw was led by Lexi McCall (2 goals), Megan Stull (1 assist), Adrianna Stacconi (1 assist), and Heather Magee (5 saves). 

DeRuyter was led by Peytin Burrows (2 goals), Angelina Wilkolaski (1 goal), Rhya Richardson (1 assist), Jill Race (1 assist), and Abby Stanton (4 saves). 

McGraw is now scheduled to play Homer at Homer High School on Monday (October 3rd) at 5:30pm. 

Varsity Girls Soccer: Cincinnatus vs. Stockbridge Valley

Team 1st 2nd Final
Cincinnatus 8 4 12
SBV 0 0 0

 

The Cincinnatus Lady Lions improved their unbeaten record to 8-0 after beating Stockbridge Valley with a final score of 12-0. 

Cincinnatus was led by Kyla Sustad (5 goals & 3 assists), Cassia Schuyler (2 goals & 3 assists), Lucy Finch (2 goals), Jarisa Temple (1 goal & 3 assists), Peyton Stith (1 goal), and Madelyn Pittsley (1 goal). 

Stockbridge Valley goalkeeper Abby Jacobs made 15 saves in the game. 

Cincinnatus will now play Cazenovia on the road today (September 30th) at 4:30pm. 

Varsity Girls Soccer: Marathon vs. Trumansburg

Team 1st 2nd Final
Marathon 0 0 0
Trumansburg 0 1 1

 

The Marathon Lady Olympians lost a tight game to Trumansburg with a final score of 0-1. 

“We lost a heartbreaker today to a very good Trumansburg team,” said Marathon Head Coach Elizabeth Duncan. “Trumansburg scored with 4:53 left in the game. I thought that we dominated the game at points. The last 10 minutes, Trumansburg had it in our defensive half and capitalized.”

The only goal of the game was scored by Trumansburg’s Elle Mount.

Marathon goalie Brenna VanDee made 12 saves in the game, while Annalee Parker made 5 saves for Trumansburg.  

With this loss, Marathon fell to a 4-5 record. 

Marathon will now play Whitney Point on the road today (September 30th) at 4:30pm. 

Varsity Boys Golf: Homer vs. Mexico

The Homer Trojans beat Mexico with a team score of 212-257 Thursday afternoon (Reminder: lowest score on golf wins).  

Here are the individual scores of yesterday’s matches:

Homer 

  • Mitchell Riter - 38
  • Lukas Quinn - 38
  • Cooper Swartz - 44
  • Bethany Wineburg - 45
  • Daniel Stiles - 47
  • Michael Stiles - 54*

Mexico

  • Hunter Hall - 51
  • Trevor Coe - 46
  • Evan Hansen - 53
  • Jacob Gates - 50
  • Alexander Shomo - 65
  • Luke Kinsey - 71*

 

(Note: If a team’s game recap was not shown in this article, it’s because scores and stats of their game were not made available to us by the time this article was published).