Nick Markham scored the winning goal on a penalty kick in overtime as visiting Chenango Forks edged fourth-seeded Waverly, 2-1, in a Section 4 Class B quarterfinal boys soccer game Wednesday.
With the score tied at 1, Brad Wiley was taken down inside the box. Markham then converted the penalty kick with 20 seconds left in the first sudden-victory period to secure the win.
The Blue Devils took a 1-0 lead when Coulter Wiley scored on a rebound after brother Brad’s initial shot was saved 15 minutes into play. The Wolverines netted the equalizer 25 minutes into the second half to force overtime.
CF (8-7) will travel to top-seeded Oneonta (9-4) in the semifinals Oct. 28.
Susquehanna Valley 2, Dryden 1 (OT): Jon Schultze scored the winner 22 seconds into the first overtime to lift the third-seeded Sabers to a Section 4 Class B quarterfinal victory.
Following a four-pass sequence off the opening kickoff in overtime, Schultze received a crossing pass from Kam Chamberlain before scoring the winner.
SV’s Corbett Pierce opened the scoring 1:56 before halftime. He scored on a rebound after Nick Terry’s initial shot was saved.
Sixth-seeded Dryden (8-7-1) tied it late in regulation on Felix Able-Ferretti’s goal.
SV (8-6) will travel to Windsor for a sectional semifinal Wednesday. The Sabers defeated the Black Knights, 3-1, early in the season.
“The first game was so early in the season,” Sabers coach Ted Hudock said. “A lot has changed since then.”
Windsor 3, Union Springs 0: Second-seeded Windsor advanced to the semifinals for the first time in program history after defeating seventh-seeded Union Springs in a quarterfinal at home.
Hunter VanNoy opened the scoring just 10 minutes into play. A goal kick from Black Knights keeper Noah Frear made it through to the Wolves’ side of the field, where VanNoy chipped it in the net. Ricardo Sanabria extended the lead to 2-0 with seven minutes left in the first half, converting a set play from Sebastian Wells.
Cade Horton capped the scoring on a free kick outside the penalty box with seven minutes left.
Frear saved all four shots he faced.
“They were dangerous on corner kicks, but other than that, we did a pretty good job of limiting them. Our defense was excellent tonight,” Windsor coach Jeff Nolan said.
Windsor (9-4-1) will host Susquehanna Valley (8-6) in a semifinal Oct. 28. The Black Knights suffered a 3-1 loss when the two met in September. “We’ve already played SV this year, so hopefully we can make some adjustments from the last game,” Nolan said.
Chenango Forks 8, Chenango Valley 0: Lauren Ashman scored about 17 minutes into play and host Chenango Forks tacked on three more goals before halftime en route to a Section 4 Class B quarterfinal victory.
Katelyn Church scored her first two varsity goals, and Cassidy Walsh contributed a goal and an assist for the second-seeded Blue Devils (14-2-1), who also received goals from Reece Wiley, Sophia Rusnak, Antastasia Rusnak and Brooke Maietta.
“It was just a well-balanced attack,” said Forks coach Chris Walsh, whose team fell, 2-0, to Vestal on Monday in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference final.
Forks will host third-seeded Susquehanna Valley (8-5-1) on Tuesday in a semifinal. The Blue Devils beat the Sabers, 2-0, during the regular season.
“We took a ton of shots,” Walsh said of the first time the teams played. “Their goalie, Paige Finch, is really good. They’re a good team, and they have some good players. We’re not taking them lightly.”
Marina Maerkl had 12 saves for seventh-seeded CV, which finishes its season at 6-9.
Windsor 6, Hancock 1: Hailie Balachick and Jordan Barnes scored two goals apiece for top-seeded Winsdor, which advanced to the Section 4 Class C semifinals with a victory at home.
Balachick scored 3:27 into play off an assist from Cassidy Smith. Larissa Balachick and Smith contributed a goal and an assist apiece for the Black Knights (14-3).
Windsor enjoyed a 26-5 advantage in shots, and Black Knights coach Jaclyn Skelton said Hancock goalie Andrea Wadeson had a very strong game.
“The Hancock goalie is unbelievable,” Skelton said of Wadeson, who finished with 17 saves. “Her skill, she was their defense. If it wasn’t for her, the score would have been outrageous.”
Windsor will host fifth-seeded Deposit on Tuesday in the semifinals.
Windsor beat Deposit, 2-1, in overtime in its tournament earlier in the season.
“I think we’re very strong,” Skelton said of the semifinals. “I feel like we have a very good chance, but it’s not going to be the type of game we can just show up for.”
Gina Tan scored for Hancock, which ends its season at 7-10.
Deposit 1, Sidney 0: The visiting Lumberjacks received a first-half goal from Kyra Martin and limited fourth-seeded Sidney to one shot in their quarterfinal victory.
Martin’s goal came off an assist from Makayla Smith.
Fifth-seeded Deposit (10-7) will travel to top-seeded Windsor on Tuesday for a semifinal.
Ari Bernard made three saves for Sidney (9-7).
Whitney Point 5, Harpursville 0: Elaina Burchell tallied three goals to lead second-seeded Whitney Point over seventh-seeded Harpursville in a quarterfinal game. The host Golden Eagles outshot the Hornets 18-1.
Burchell made it 1-0 with 21:26 left in the first half on an assist from Leanne Bough. Bough contributed a goal off of a penalty corner to extend the lead to 2-0 at the half.
Burchell netted the first goal of the second half and completed the scoring with 1:02 left to play. Joslyn Kim also scored after receiving a crossing pass from Bough for a 4-0 lead.
Whitney Point (14-3) will host Greene in a semifinal game on Tuesday.
“There is a long-standing rivalry between the two teams, so it should be a good game,” WP coach Nicole Huston said. The Golden Eagles faced the Trojans twice this year in the regular season, and came away with 2-0 victories both times.
Greene 3, Afton 2: Alyssa Sands tallied the winning goal with 1:07 left in regulation as visiting sixth-seeded Greene edged the third-seeded Crimson Knights in a quarterfinal game at Afton.
With the score tied at 2, Sands deflected a penalty corner into the cage to secure the win.
The Trojans (9-7) came from behind twice. Sands scored her first goal to tie the score at 1 with 4:30 left in the first half. Janelle Volk put Afton up 2-1 with 5:31 left, but Gina Lobdell scored the equalizer two minutes later.
Trumansburg 3, Moravia 0: Trumansburg finished another regular season undefeated with an Interscholastic Athletic Conference sweep at home.
The Blue Raiders are 17-0, including 14-0 in league play. Trumansburg was led by Chloe Mount, who finished with 22 assists, three kills and two aces.
Mary Rakas, Nick Cannon and Rob Centorani contributed.