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Yellowjackets Pitcher Signs for UAlbany

Yellowjackets Pitcher Signs for UAlbany

The Gelbsman family support son, Aiden, on his NLI signing day. Front row from left to right: Craig, Hudson, Aiden and Melinda. Back row from left to right: Reese and Scarlet.

By TED MEBUST

ONEONTA – Surrounded by friends and family, Oneonta High School’s Aidan Gelbsman signed his national letter of intent to play Division I baseball for the University at Albany on Thursday, November 17.

The Yellowjackets hurler, who committed in September, boasts a fastball in the high 80s, which, along with his offspeed stuff, helped him throw two no-hitters during his junior season.

What An Arm!

What An Arm!

Oneonta High School pitcher Kelly Weeks threw a two-hitter yesterday as the Yellowjackets defeated Norwich, 12-2. Week, who took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, notched seven strikeouts in the win. (Cheryl Clough/AllOTSEGO.com)

Oneonta Boys, Girls Advance In Section IV, Class B Tourney

Oneonta Boys, Girls Advance

In Section IV, Class B Tourney

Oneonta Yellowjackets’ boys and girls teams both advance this weekend in Section VI Class B basketball tournaments.  Above, OHS junior Teddy McGraw shoots over Chenango Valley defenders Marcus Hanyon and Max Singer this afternoon as the Yellowjackets vanquished the visitor, 58-37, play  Number 3 seed Oneonta will take on the winner of Whitney Point and Seton Catholic, on Wednesday at 6. The higher seed will host the game.   Inset, Oneonta’s Anika Buzzy last evening shoots against Whitney Point defender Amy Stevens. Buzzy had 16 points and 13 rebounds in OHS’ 53-43 victory, which advances the Oneonta girls to the Section IV Class B finals at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Norwich. (Cheryl Clough/AllOTSEGO.com)

 

OHS Soccer Goes Farthest In Years, But It Ends Today

OHS Soccer Goes Farthest

In Years, But It Ends Today

Oneonta’s Tanner Beang scored the Yellowjackets’ first goal of the day this morning against West Hill in the state quarter-finals in Syracuse. In the end, though, West Hill scored a third goal with two minutes to go and toppled OHS’ best soccer team in a decade, 3-2. It was quite a game, though, with the two teams at 1-1 through most of the first half, and 2-2 for much of the second. Matt Silk scored Oneonta’s second goal. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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