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  • BOYS' SOCCER: Remsen beats Mohawk with goal late in second half

  • SEPTEMBER 4 BOYS' SOCCER ROUNDUP Matt Kuiken’s second goal of the evening broke a tie with 2:21 left in regulation and the Remsen Rams defeated Mohawk 3-2 Tuesday. The teams were tied at 1 after the first half and were deadlocked again with time running o...
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  • REMSEN 3, MOHAWK 2
    Matt Kuiken’s second goal of the evening broke a tie with 2:21 left in regulation and the Remsen Rams defeated Mohawk 3-2 Tuesday.
    The teams were tied at 1 after the first half and were deadlocked again with time running out in the second. Remsen broke out once and pushed the ball up the field for Kuiken who put a crossing shot into the upper left corner to give Remsen (1-0-0) the win.
    Jon Carrock had the other goal for the Rams
    Brandon Brault scored twice off corner kicks for Mohawk (0-1-0). Tyler Kehl assisted on one of the goals and Peter Fleming assisted on the other. Goalie Connor Schultz made seven saves.
    Remsen’s goalie was credited with 18 saves.
    Mohawk travels to Canastota to play a match Thursday while Remsen is home for its match against Little Falls.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY 4, LITTLE FALLS 1
    NEWPORT, N.Y. — George Youngs had a pair of goals for West Canada Valley Tuesday in the Indians’ 4-1 win over the Little Falls Mounties.
    The Indians (1-0-0) led 2-0 at halftime and 3-0 before Brad Smith scored for Little Falls (0-1-0) with an assist from Jai Ahluwalia.
    Joey Levesque assisted on both West Canada Valley goals in the first half. Wyatt Morris scored four minutes into the match and Youngs tallied his first goal at 20:34.
    Youngs scored again, unassisted, to give the Indians their 3-0 lead. Noah Marrero had the final goal in the final minute.
    Mike Sternberg made three saves for West Canada Valley while Cole Douglas had 20 for Little Falls which was outshot 48-5.
    The Mounties play on the road again Thursday at Remsen.
    The Indians host their annual kickoff tournament Saturday and Sunday. Saturday’s first-round matches pit West Canada Valley against Canastota and Mohawk against Notre Dame of Utica.
    ILION 2, HERKIMER 0
    EAST HERKIMER, N.Y. — The Ilion Golden Bombers notched their first win of the season Tuesday when they went on the road and shut Herkimer’s Magicians out 2-0.
    The Golden Bombers (1-2-0), beaten twice over the weekend at Sherburne-Earlville’s kickoff tournament, took a 1-0 lead 15 minutes into Tuesday’s contest when Zach Terry headed the ball into the net off an indirect kick by Tom Carnright. Sam Greenfield added a goal with 4:42 left in the match when he buried a shot from 25 yards out. Evan Durning assisted on Greenfield’s goal.
    “After a couple of tough losses in the Sherburne tournament we bounced back and played hard against a tough and determined opponent,” Ilion coach Jim Mott said. “We had a total team effort and we needed it tonight as we will each and every game. Joey Kinch played a key role in our success tonight.”
    Page 2 of 2 - Andre Drozdov earned the shutout by making eight saves for the Golden Bombers. Austin Perry recorded five saves for the Magicians (0-1-0).
    Herkimer takes on McGraw Thursday in the first round of Waterville’s Brothertown Optimist Tournament. Ilion’s next match is Monday at home against Canastota.
    WESTMORELAND 2, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 0
    WESTMORELAND, N.Y. — The Westmoreland Bulldogs scored twice in the second half Tuesday and defeated Frankfort-Schuyler 2-1.
    Trailing 1-0 at halftime, the Bulldogs (1-0-0) got goals from Jason Dee and Dylan Hannaford and pulled out the win at home. Morgan Rolewicz and Andrew Zimmerman each assisted on a goal and Kyle Doolen made five saves.
    Dan Kislyak scored in the first half for Frankfort-Schuyler (0-1-0) off a Vinny Spataro assist. Goalkeeper Mike Swienton recorded 12 saves.
    Frankfort-Schuyler is home for Thursday’s match against Poland.
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE 3, MT. MARKHAM 0
    SHERBURNE, N.Y. — Sherburne-Earlville goalkeeper Sam Caton turned away all three shots he faced Tuesday and the Marauders shut Mt. Markham’s Mustangs out 3-0.
    Carter Cole, Kevin Vibbard and Antonino Magro each had one goal for Sherburne-Earlville (2-1-0) with assists coming from Elijah Morris, David Sutton and Mike Harlost.
    Mike Gras made six saves for Mt. Markham (0-1-0).
    The West Winfield Optimist Tournament will be played at Mt. Markham this weekend.
    LAURENS 6, RICHFIELD SPRINGS 2
    LAURENS, N.Y. — Ryan Holmes had a hat trick for Laurens Tuesday in the Leopards’ 6-2 Tri-Valley League win over the Richfield Springs Indians.
    Laurens (1-0-0) led 5-1 at halftime.
    Joey Kelly scored one goal and assisted on the other for Richfield Springs (0-1-0).
    The Indians play their first match at home Friday against Gilbertsville-Mt. Upton.
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports
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