Four Cooperstown pitchers combined for a no-hitter in a 10-0 win at Herkimer in a Center State Conference baseball game Monday, May 10.
Starter Alex Poulson got the win for Cooperstown, pitching four innings, striking out eight batters, walking two.
Kendall Haney, Liam Ford and Alex Hage each pitched one inning in relief, each facing just three Herkimer batters.
Hage, Derek Moore and Tristan Emerick each scored twice. Brady Hascup had two RBI and scored a run and stole three bases. Cooperstown scored six runs in the fifth inning to break the game open.
Cooperstown (4-0, 1-0) plays Adirondack at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 12, in Boonville.
Oneonta 9, Owego 2
Tanner Russin pitched five innings of three-hit ball and did not walk a batter and Aidan Breakey and Cole Platt each homered as the Yellowjackets topped visiting Owego, 9-2, at Joe Hughes Field in Oneonta on Friday, May 7.
Aidan Gelbsman and Seamus Catella pitched the final two innings without giving up any hits. Each struck out two batters.
Platt hit a solo homer in the third and Breakey hit a solo homer in the sixth. Breakey collected three hits on the day including a double. Liam Blair collected four RBI on the day and had a bases-clearing triple in the first inning.
Peyton Farrell led Owego with two hits on the day Oneonta (3-1. 1-0) hosted Susquehanna Valley on Tuesday after deadline and hosts Unatego at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 13. See www.allotsego.com for results.
Oneonta 9, Owego 2
Milford girls opened the 2021 varsity season Friday, May 7, defeating visiting Franklin, 11-3.
Junior pitcher Leeanna West led the Wildcats, pitching a complete game and notching 14 strikeouts in earning the win. 8th grader Kara Mertz helped lead the Milford offense with a triple in her first varsity game.
Kayla Campbell took the loss for the Purple Devils, (0-2, 0-2).
The game was Milford’s senior night. The Wildcats honored Jordan Lints, Tionna Stone and Tia Vagliardo following the game.
CV-S wins opener
The Tri-Valley League held its first tract meet of the season Thursday, May 6, at Cherry Valley-Sprinfield Central School and it was a good day for the host teams.
The Patriots won over four-team fields on both the girls and the boys sides Thursday.
The CV-S boys edged South Kortright/Charlotte Valley/Andes, 86 to 73, with Morris finishing third with 33 points and Edmeston fourth with 13.
The CV-S girls also topped SK/CV/A, 106 to 60, with Edmeston third with 22 points and Morris fourth with 21 points.
Coop opens strong
Cooperstown opened the track season with two strong victories over Oriskany at Cooperstown Central School on Tuesday, May 4.
The Cooperstown boys swept first place finishes in all 13 events contested, winning 92-10.
The Cooperstown girls won 11 of 14 events, for a team win, 87-23.
Junior Finn Holohan won the 100 with a time of 12.5, high jump with a height of 5’4” and the pole vault.
Simon Hurysz won the 200 with a time of 25.4, the long jump with a distance of 15’8.75 and took second in the 100 dash. Senior Mikael Foutch-Carkees won the shot put and discus.
Junior Samantha Vezza won the pole vault with a height of 7’6”, long jump with a jump of 15’5” and helped the 4 x 100 team place second with a time of 56.0.
Claire Jensen won the 200 with a time of 26.8, the 400 with a time of 1:03.9 and helped the 4×800 team win with a time of 11:47. Her sister, Annelise Jensen, won the 800 with a time of 2:29.7 and helped the 4×800 team as well.