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November 8, 2012

Unatego's next opponent will be Sauquoit Valley

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The Yellowjackets will play the winner of that game in a state quarterfinal.

OHS athletic director Joe Hughes said Wednesday the Yellowjackets’ Class B state quarterfinal likely will be played Tuesday at a Section Four site.

Hughes said it likely would be played on a turf field — perhaps at Greene or in the Binghamton area.

The Yellowjackets (17-2) won their second straight Section Four title Friday with a 4-0 overtime victory against Seton Catholic Central at Greene. Following 80 scoreless minutes of regulation, OHS received goals from Brieanna Baker and Madison Miller in the first overtime before Dani Nicosia and Abby Picinich scored in the second OT.

Last season, OHS played Spackenkill and Bronxville in the state playoffs. Oneonta earned its first state playoff victory since 2004 with a 4-1 victory against Spackenkill in a state first-round game.

The Yellowjackets’ 19-2 season ended with a 1-0 loss to Bronxville, which won the 2010 Class B state title.

BOYS SOCCER

MAC Senior All-Star Game

Delhi’s Carson King and Tommy Liddle had two goals and one assist apiece to lead the Dark team to a 10-3 victory over the Light Team in the Midstate Athletic Conference Senior All-Star Classic on Wednesday at Greene.

The Dark team also received a goal apiece from Devon Rivera and Zach Newman of Bainbridge-Guilford, Alex and Troy White from Unatego, and Josh Davy from Afton.

Sidney’s Hunter Sowersby scored twice and Walton’s Abel Clark contributed a goal for the Light team. Walton’s Kaleb Smith also had an assist.

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