Cam Denmark and Abreham Kittel scored second-half goals and Seamus Henehan made five saves as Trumansburg defeated Southern Cayuga, 2-0, on Monday in Interscholastic Athletic Conference boys soccer action.
Denmark broke a scoreless tie with 14 minutes left in regulation, and Kittel added an insurance marker with 1:12 to play. Trumansburg controlled the pace of play throughout, according to coach Jason Hodge, and enjoyed a 44-10 edge in shots and a 5-1 advantage in corners.
Ben Malone was kept busy in the Chiefs’ net, making 35 saves.
Trumansburg (3-0) travels to Watkins Glen today for the opening round of the GLM Tournament, where it will play Dryden at 5 p.m. The second semifinal will pit the host Senecas against Elmira Notre Dame at 7.
Spencer-Van Etten 6, Newark Valley 1: At Spencer, Marcos Minamoto had a hat trick as the Panthers outshot the Cardinals, 43-3, en route to the easy victory. Josh Barber, Ben Schanbacher and Jesse Tillotson all added a goal and an assist for the winners.
Derrek Carman made two saves in the win for S-VE, while the Cardinals used four keepers — Stephen Overstreet (3 saves), Tyler Rypkema (4), Jordan Burlingame (1) and Micah Gorsline (6).
Notre Dame 6, Candor 0: At Candor, Li Monlingou had three goals and Braden Mahajan added two as the Crusaders blanked the Indians. Luke Tochal made one save in the shutout. Jordan Bartolis made eight saves for Candor.
IAC girls soccer
Dryden 9, Union Springs 1: At Union Springs, all-state sophomore Taylor Bennett scored six goals and Amy Gardner added two as the Purple Lions improved to 3-0. Sarah Westcott and Molly Arnold combined to make three saves for Dryden. Morgan Mucia had the lone U.S. goal, while Kiersten Spears stopped eight shots.