05/25/2023 12:04 pm
M/E Wins First Sectional Round
MORRIS—The Morris/Edmeston softball team defeated Hunter-Tannersville 33-11 in the first round of the Section IV Class D Tournament on May 18. Kenna Buriello went 5-for-6 with three RBI in the win. Jessica Walling and Ella Sparaco each connected for four hits. Hannah Wist earned the win in the circle; Wist, Madison Moore and Tatiana McAdams combined for 10 strikeouts. M/E advanced to the semifinal round and will face Charlotte Valley on May 23.
CV-S/SS Softball Prevails
CHERRY VALLEY—The Cherry Valley-Springfield/Sharon Springs softball team held on to beat Windham-Ashland-Jewett in a 12-10 nail-biter on May 18. The game was the first round of the Section IV Class D Tournament. Mia Dubben earned the win in the circle after striking out nine over seven innings. CV-S/SS drew 12 walks. Kyra Druse, Lydia Lusk and Lexie Dygert each made a hit. CV-S/SS advanced to the quarterfinals and will face Southern Cayuga on May 23.
05/21/2023 6:04 pm
COMPILED By WRILEY NELSON
Laurens/Milford Softball Defeats Roxbury
MILFORD—Laurens/Milford softball beat Roxbury 13-5 in the opening game of the Weir/Chase Tournament, formerly called the Milford Tournament, on May 13. Bella Garlick hit a double and drove in two RBI. Brooke Mann earned the win in the circle after striking out nine batters in four innings.
Cooperstown Softball Crushes Clinton
COOPERSTOWN—The Cooperstown Central School softball team beat Clinton 18-4 on May 15. The Hawkeyes racked up two triples and seven doubles. Katie Crippen hit a triple, three doubles and three RBI. Dani Seamon made four hits and four RBI. Savannah Kirkby hit five RBI. Emerson Lippitt earned the win in the circle, striking out five and allowing five hits. Cooperstown moved to 11-2 for the season and 8-1 in the Center State Conference.
Unatego/Franklin Baseball Defeats Norwich
OTEGO—Unatego/Franklin baseball defeated Norwich 4-3 with a walk-off on May 15. Norwich tied the game at 3-3 in the top of the seventh, but U/F ended the game with a run in the bottom of the inning. Logan Utter went 3-for-4, including a triple and a home run. Xander Johnson struck out 14 over six innings for U/F. Brayden Nichols earned the win.
05/19/2023 6:04 pm
COMPILED By WRILEY NELSON
Oneonta Baseball Drops SUNYAC Opener
ONEONTA—SUNY Oneonta baseball fell 12-2 to Brockport in the first game of the double-elimination State University of New York Athletic Conference Tournament on May 11. The Red Dragons were unable to gain any traction on offense. They will face Oswego on May 12.
Softball Defeats Plattsburgh to Stay Afloat in Tournament
ONEONTA—The SUNY Oneonta softball team defeated Plattsburgh in extra innings to stay in the SUNYAC Tournament on May 11. The Red Dragons had already fallen 3-1 to one-seeded New Paltz in the first game of the double-elimination playoffs. Plattsburgh tied the game at 2 in the fifth inning, but consecutive doubles by graduate student Megan Palmatier and senior Marissa Nagel won the game in the eighth inning. Sophomore Angelina Scalere picked up the win after pitching the last three innings with four strikeouts and allowing one hit.
Hawkeyes Tennis Beats Waterville
COOPERSTOWN—Cooperstown Central School tennis defeated Waterville 4-1 on the road on May 10. Second singles Bianca Adam, third singles Ollie Wasson, and both doubles teams (Henry Ayers/Albert Caulier and Alexis Wolfe/Charlie Lambert) defeated their opponents.
05/04/2023 12:04 pm
Cooperstown Eighth-Grader Medals in Golf Match
COOPERSTOWN—Brayden Sentz received a medal for his three-over performance in Cooperstown Central School’s 178-233 victory over Herkimer in a golf match on May 1. Cooperstown moved to 1-1 for the season and has yet to play a division match.
Oneonta Track and Field Succeeds at Cortland
ONEONTA—The SUNY Oneonta track and field teams put up successful performances at the Cortland Qualifier meet on April 30. This was the final meet before Oneonta hosts the SUNYAC championships on May 5 and 6. Junior Sierra Basco finished fourth in the women’s 1,500m, while Eion McCalin and Owen Sullivan took second and fourth in the men’s 1,600m. Josephine Alliano was second in the 100m hurdles with a personal record time of 16.55. Danielle Jackson won the 400m finals and placed second in the 100m finals. Cameron Sands took second place in the men’s 100m. Freshman Eva Woodworth won the women’s 800m. Junior Shane Marchese placed third in the 3,000m steeplechase.