Four wrestlers from Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton/Harpursville, two from Walton and one each from Sidney, Unatego and Delhi won titles during the Midstate Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday at Deposit.
BGAH, the defending champion, finished second in the team standings with 197 points. Deposit-Hancock won the title with 214 points. Sidney placed third with 120 ½.
Chris Cirigliano (106 pounds), Jacob Andrews (132), Madison Hoover (138) and Jamie Griswold (145) earned titles for BGAH.
Cirigliano earned a 9-0 decision over D-H’s Stephen McKee in his final. Andrews and Hoover earned narrow wins in their finals. Andrews beat D-H’s Colby Hall, 4-3, and Hoover defeated teammate David-Michael Robinson, 5-3.
Griswold, who lost in the finals to Unatego’s Codie Nichols last season, earned his title by pin, stopping Greene’s Braxton Howell in 1 minute, 8 seconds.
Walton’s Dylan Wood won his second straight MAC title and was named the tournament’s outstanding wrestler. Wood pinned Unatego’s Austin Ryan in 3:57 to win the 126-pound title.
Wood’s teammate, Logan Robinson, also won by pin. He won the title at 120 by beating Delhi’s Mike Bryden in 1:21.
Sidney’s Dylan Gifford won the 152-pound final by a 10-2 decision over Unatego’s Lucas DeJoy.
The Spartans’ Ryan Marszal kept his unbeaten season intact by winning the 170-pound title. He pinned Walton’s Quinn Harby in 3:50 in the final. Marszal finished runner-up in this tournament last season.
Delhi senior Bryan Ingram pinned Edmeston’s Grey Bennis in 5:45 in the 195-pound final.
Sidney’s Nick Jump (160) and Kai Sabada (182), and Unadilla Valley’s Alex Avolio (220) and Richie Conklin (285) all finished runner-up.
The Section Four class meets will be held Saturday. Odessa-Montour will host the Class D meet. The Class C meet is at Greene and Norwich is hosting the Class B meet.
Kirkland Dolan finished runner-up and James Longo placed fourth for Oneonta High, which finished 14th out of 16 teams in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference Championships at Union-Endicott.
Dolan was pinned in the 170-pound final by Johnson City’s Dominic Taylor, who ended the match in 1:25. Dolan advanced to the final by pinning Chenango Valley’s Robert Woodward in 57 seconds.
Longo fell, 11-0, to Vestal’s Robert Mastronardi in the 145-pound consolation match.
The Yellowjackets finished with 57 points. JC won the title with 214 points – 18 better than runner-up U-E.
Oneonta will compete in the Section Four Class B meet Saturday at Norwich.
BOYS BASKETBALLHarpursville 44, Sidney 38
Jon Andrews and Colton West scored 15 points apiece Harpursville outscored visiting Sidney, 19-2, from the free throw line in the Hornets’ Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Harpursville went 19-for-22 from the line, including 7-for-7 from West.
Billy Kozak hit five of Sidney’s eight three-pointers and finished with a team-high 15 points. Wyatt McKee contributed 11 points for Sidney, which will visit top-seeded Unatego on Friday in a MAC semifinal. The Warriors are seeded fourth.
Gilboa 69, Roxbury 43
Zach Perry had 21 points by halftime as visiting Gilboa built a 23-point lead en route to a Delaware League victory.
Perry finished with a game-high 25 points. Hunter Grace had 13 of his 19 points in the first half as the Wildcats opened a 40-17 lead.
Ben Standhart contributed 14 points for Gilboa.
Matt Faraci had 10 points to lead Roxbury, which will host Downsville on Thursday.
GIRLS BASKETBALLDavenport 58, Downsville 45
Jenna Lutz’s game-high 20 points helped host Davenport to a Delaware League victory.
Lutz also had 12 rebounds and teammate Ally Moore grabbed 14 rebounds.
Davenport (11-3, 10-1) trailed, 10-8, after one period before outscoring the Eagles, 35-22, over the middle quarters.
Sarah Haight contributed 15 points and five steals for the Wildcats, who’ll travel to Roxbury today.
Kaileen Townsend had 16 points and Leigha LaTourette hit five three-pointers in her 15-point night for Downsville, which received 14 rebounds from Virginia Gilkenson.
Gilboa 39, Margaretville 24
Down one at halftime, host Gilboa outscored Margaretville, 12-3, in the third quarter en route to a Delaware League victory.
Skylie Roberts scored six of her 10 points in the third quarter for the Wildcats.
Makayla Foster finished with eight points, nine rebounds and five assists for Gilboa, which received nine points from Shelby Oliver.
Gilboa (10-6, 8-5) will travel to South Kortright on Wednesday.
Sami Hunt had a game-high 18 points for Margaretville.
INDOOR TRACKSection Four Select Meet
Mat Robinson broke Oneonta High’s record in the 300 meters and won the high jump Friday in the Section Four Select Meet at Ithaca College.
Robinson placed seventh in the 300, crossing in 38.26 seconds to break the Yellowjackets’ record of 38.96 set by Ben Gollin last season.
In the high jump, Robinson cleared 5-foot-8 to win the event. Robinson’s teammate, Jacob DePauw, placed third at 5-6.
Sidney’s Dean Howard finished third in the 600 in 1:27.85.
On the girls side, OHS’ Missy Emilio broke her school record in the 600. Emilio finished fourth in 1:43.61 to break the mark of 1:44.40 she set last week.
Oneonta’s 1,600 relay of Elaina Fox, Jamie Keown, Holly Keown and Jen Stanton placed fifth in 4:41.1.
Sidney’s Cindy Kaptan and Heather Lisenby placed sixth in the shot put and high jump, respectively. Kaptan’s best put traveled 29-2. Lisenby cleared 4-6.
The Section Four class meet will be held Saturday at Cornell.