WESTMORELAND, N.Y. — Vlad Demidov had a goal and an assist for Westmoreland Monday in the Bulldogs’ 2-0 boys’ soccer win over the Little Falls Mounties.
Pablo Rodriguez Codesal had the other goal for the Bulldogs (7-4-2) who led 1-0 at halftime. Devon Slaboc contributed an assist, and Luke Fredsell made seven saves in the shutout.
Andrew Celio was credited with six saves for the Mounties (7-6-1).
The Mounties play at Frankfort-Schuyler Wednesday. They have already clinched a tie for the Center State Conference’s Division II title and can win it outright by beating or tying the Maroon Knights.
Westmoreland plays at Sauquoit Valley Wednesday and will play in Central Valley Academy’s tournament next weekend.
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HERKIMER, N.Y. — The Utica Academy of Science had six players score goals Monday in a 9-0 win over the Herkimer Magicians.
The Atoms (9-6-1) got three goals from Imer Hisenaj and two from Mohamed Abuzamak, and led 3-0 at halftime on the road. Eldar Mujic, Elio Dizdarovic, Abdullahi Jeilani and Kellmy Paute each scored one goal, and Jeilani and Amar Halimanovic had assists. Starting goalkeeper Sandy Alucajic made three saves; Johnathan Hoole finished the match without a save.
Zach Williams made 15 saves for Herkimer (1-13-0).
The Magicians finish the season with a match Wednesday in Dolgeville, and another at home Friday against West Canada Valley.
WATERVILLE, N.Y. — The Waterville Indians scored three times before halftime Monday and defeated Cooperstown, the New York State Sportswriters Association’s new No. 1 Class C team, 3-1 at Brothertown Stadium.
Cooperstown (11-2-0) made the jump from No. 9 to No. 1 in rankings released earlier Monday. The loss ended a 10-match winning streak.
Austin Hutchins, Brayton Furner and Jeremy Lakata scored for the Indians (6-6-3), and Tyler Jones made 15 saves.
Jack Lambert scored in the second half for Cooperstown’s Hawkeyes. Sam Bonderoff made three saves.
The Hawkeyes finish the regular season with one match at Milford and another at home against Mount Markham.