BRIAN C. HOREY All hands on deck Oneonta High seniors Hayley Dower, right, and Kelsey Baker battle for possession while teammate Natalie Vanderlaan-Meyering watches during the Southern Tier Athletic Conference girls basketball championship game Feb. 17 at the Binghamton University Events Center. The Yellowjackets won the STAC title with a 57-56 overtime defeat of Class AA Horseheads. OHS will take an 18-1 record and the No. 1 seed for the Section Four Class B Tournament into the title game at 5:15 p.m. Saturday at the Broome County Arena in Binghamton against No. 2 seed Seton Catholic Central (14-4). Oneonta has won five straight sectional crowns. See more photos, sectional glance on Page B4
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- April activities abound at Thanksgiving Home There were many April fool jokes played here at Clara Welch Thanksgiving Home on April 1. Some of us found our door name plates turned upside down or swapped with one from another door and furniture and objects were mysteriously moved around in our rooms. The dining room was completely transformed from its usual formal setting into a hodpodge of mismatched china and … horrors, plastic tablecloths and paper napkins. Each table was decorated with a different theme, Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Easter. Christmas carols played in the background. We suspect that Dee Bouck, of Personal Care and John Santello, Activities Director, were mainly responsible for this mayhem.
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