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Boys Soccer Roundup: Mayfield defeats Canajoharie

September 18, 2012
By The Leader-Herald ( , The Leader Herald

MAYFIELD - Dylan Toscano and James Winsman scored to lead Mayfield to a 3-1 Western Athletic Conference win over Canajoharie on Monday.

The Panthers added their third tally on an own goal by the Cougars.

Josh Ivancic added an assist for Mayfield.

Karl Gustafson scored the lone goal for Canajoharie (1-5 overall, 1-4 WAC).

Ryan Hennessy made four saves for Mayfield (2-2 overall, 1-2 WAC).

Chris Deyette had five saves for the Cougars.

Galway 4, St. Johnsville/Oppenheim-Ephratah 0

ST. JOHNSVILLE - Four different players scored to lead Galway to a shutout win over St. Johnsville/Oppenheim-Ephratah.

Josh Bailey, Austin Scheeren, Jay Oakes and Tyler Goergen scored for Galway (4-0 overall, 4-0 WAC).

Rickey Jasewicz stopped 11 shots for St. Johnsville/Oppenheim-Ephratah (5-2 overall, 3-2 WAC).

Mekeel Christian 6, Sharon Springs 0

SCOTIA - Kenny Aderounmu had three goals and two assists to power Mekeel Christian Academy to a shutout win over Sharon Springs.

Tai Aderounmu added two goals for the Lions (3-0 overall, 3-0 WAC), while TK Majekdounmi had a goal and an assist.

Kevin Lockenwitz and Evan Winnie combined to make 18 saves for Sharon Springs (0-5 overall, 0-5 WAC).


Scotia-Glenville 2, Broadalbin-Perth 1

BROADALBIN - Owen Fingar scored in the second overtime to lift Scotia-Glenville to a win over Broadalbin-Perth.

The loss was the first defeat for the Patriots in 28 matches.

Eric Denny added a goal and an assist for Scotia-Glenville (7-0 overall).

Scott Everson scored the lone goal for Broadalbin-Perth (5-1-1 overall), while Tucker Wilcox added an assist.

The Patriots' goal was the first allowed by Scotia-Glenville this season.

Adam Ashcroft made eight saves to earn the win in goal for Scotia-Glenville.

Pat Brown made seven saves for B-P, which went 24-0-4 during its unbeaten streak.

The one-goal margin was the eighth straight one-goal decision between the Patriots and the Tartans, who meet again at B-P on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. for a Foothills Council contest.



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