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April 11, 2013

Sidney freshman no-hits Walton in softball

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Little sis is catching up.

Freshman pitcher Kailyn Gravel struck out 13 in a five-inning no-hitter Wednesday, leading visiting Sidney to a 15-0 softball victory over Midstate Athletic Conference rival Walton.

“She’s come a long way from last year,” Sidney coach Mike Brazee said of Gravel, who threw on a limited basis as a eighth-grade varsity player. “We’re very pleased.”

Gravel’s older sister, Danielle, is in her junior season as a pitcher for Division III Keuka College. Danielle Gravel graduated from Sidney in 2010 with three no-hitters, including a perfect game as a junior. Her other no-hitters came as a senior.

Kailyn Gravel’s no-no included six walks and one error by Sidney, which scored six runs in the first inning and seven in the fifth.

Jolene Krom homered and Karissa Lambrecht tripled, singled twice and drove in three runs for Sidney (1-1), which plays a non-leaguer at Johnson City at 3 p.m. Saturday.

Sidney 15, Walton 0

Sidney601 17 - 15 12 1

Walton000 00 - 0 0 3

Kailyn Gravel (W,1-1) and Kelsey Decker. Danielle Castro (L), Tamara MacDonald (5) and Maggie Kuebler. 3B: Karissa Lambrecht (S). HR: Jolene Krom (S).

Windham 15, Jefferson 0

Maggie Charbonneau went 4-for-4 with an RBI to lead Windham, which received a combined one-hitter in a five-inning non-league victory at home.

Starting pitcher Susannah Simpfenderfer struck out two, walked two and allowed one hit - to Emily Irwin in the first inning. Jangmu Cherpa followed with a hitless fifth for the Warriors, who scored six runs in the first inning and six more in the fourth.

Brianna Jaeger went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and Samantha Simpfenderfer doubled, singled and drove in four runs for Windham, which opens Delaware League play today at Downsville.

Windham 15, Jefferson 0

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Shiann Bellinger (L) and Shania Speenburgh. Susannah Simpfenderfer (W,2-0), Jangmu Cherpa (5) and Jane Rion, Kali Drum (5). 2B: Samantha Simpfenderfer (W).

Walton 16, UV 15

Hunter Wildey and Lacey Spiedell each had three hits and two RBIs to lead visiting Walton to a victory in the season opener for both teams Tuesday.

Wildey tripled, doubled and singled, as did Mikaelan Cucciarre-Stuligross for the Warriors.

Jackie Smith went 3-for-3 with three runs and two RBIs for the Storm, who received three hits and three runs from Jordan Anderson. Jennifer Elliott also scored three times for UV, which was outscored in the seventh inning, 3-1.

UV visits Deposit today.

Walton 16, UV 15

Tuesday’s game

Walton224 014 3 - 16 13 6

Unadilla Valley242 240 1 - 15 12 5

Tamara MacDonald (W) and Maggie Kuehler. Jackie Smith (L) and Jordan Anderson. 2B: Hunter Wildey (W), Jade Gardepe (W), Mikaelan Cucciarre-Stuligross (W), Jordan Anderson (U), Jennifer Elliott (U). 3B: Hunter Wildey (W), Mikaelan Cucciarre-Stuligross (W), Kiley Lamoreaux (W), Jordan Anderson (U).

BASEBALL

Delhi 8, SK 3

Winning pitcher Austin Gullow hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning, leading host Stamford to a non-league victory.

Gullow, a senior who also had an RBI groundout in the first, struck out six and walked one in four innings to earn the pitching win in his first varsity start.

Freshman Dylan Cumpston followed with six strikeouts and a walk in three innings of relief during his first varsity pitching appearance.

Brian Hannigan scored three times for the Bulldogs (1-1), who visit Oxford today.

Chris Zaionz had two hits to pace the Rams.

Delhi 8, SK 3

South Kortright010 100 1 - 3 6 3

Delhi211 130 x - 8 7 1

Dylan Cole (L), Griff Metzko (5) and Tom Newman. Austin Gullow (W,1-0), Dylan Cumpston (5) and Brian Hannigan. 2B: Justin Mattice (D), Peter Lamakos (D). HR: Austin Gullow (D).

Windham 9, Jefferson 6

Windham’s Michael Lennon went 4-for-4 and stole three bases for the Warriors, who scored three runs in the final inning of a rain-shortened non-leaguer on the road.

Tied at six after four innings, Brandon VanValin scored the winning run after being hit by a pitch to lead off the fifth. He scored on a bases-loaded fielder’s choice by Robert Carl, and the Warriors followed with two more runs.

Frank Adams and Nick Smith had two hits apiece for the J-Hawks (2-1), who play Friday at South Kortright.

Windham 9, Jefferson 6

Windham 201 33 - 9 8 2

Jefferson 301 20 - 6 6 3

Michael Lennon, Zack Meyer (4,W) and Aidan Cohane. Hunter Minalga, John Quagliano (4,L,0-1) and James Quagliano. 2B: Nick Smith (J), Isaac Anderson (J), Aidan Cohane (W). HR: Anthony Savasta (W).

Sidney 7, Walton 3

Damian Zimmer drove in Billy Kozak and scored on a fielder’s choice to give Sidney (4-0, 2-0) a two-run lead in the first inning of its Midstate Athletic Conference road win.

Host Walton (0-2, 0-2) tied it in the third but gave up three unearned runs in the fourth on no hits.

Trevor Zandt and Joe Sinistore had two hits apiece and Abel Clark pitched a complete game for Walton, which plays at 11 a.m. Saturday at Delhi.

Sidney 7, Walton 3

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Walton 002 000 1 - 3 7 4

Anthony Ruling (W), Brandon Bessett (5), Billy Kozak (7) and Patrick Vibbard. Abel Clark and Joe Sinistore. 2B: Trevor Zandt (W), Jon Gorshack (S).

Margaretville 11, Roxbury 3

Matt VanValkenburg scored three runs on three hits and two walks to lead Margaretville (2-1, 0-1) to a non-league victory at home.

The Blue Devils opened a six-run advantage in the first inning on three singles, four walks and a dropped third strike that extended the inning.

Kyle Short struck out nine over four innings for Margaretville before VanValkenburg took over in the fifth. VanValkenburg retired nine Roxbury batters, including three strikeouts and five comebackers.

Ethan Bush went 2-for-2 with three RBIs off the bench for the Blue Devils. Eric Mathiesen and Cooper Reither also had two hits apiece.

Sam Nash had two hits for Roxbury (2-1, 0-1), which hosts the Blue Devils in a Delaware League game Friday.

Margaretville 11, Roxbury 3

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Margaretville600 212 x - 11 13 0

Dakota Caronia (L), Jacob Davis (4), Spencer Hinkley. Kyle Short (W,2-0), Matt VanValkenburg (5) and Cooper Reither, Kyle Short (7). 2B: Sam Nash (R), Danny Goodell (M).

TENNIS

Stamford 7, Andes 0

Adam Finkelstein’s 9-7 win over Kevin Roe at first singles helped Stamford sweep its Delaware League match on the road Tuesday.

Stamford 7, Andes 0

Tuesday at Andes

Singles: Adam Finkelstein (S) def. Kevin Roe 9-7; Zac Foote (S) def. Noah Dougherty 9-2; Toni Divine (S) def. Daniel Fronckowiak 9-4; Vincent Milone (S) def. Ariel Melvin 9-0; K.C. Rockwell (S) forfeit.

Doubles: Julia Adams and Stephanie Tanzola (S) def. Jordan Day and Samantha Falco 9-4; Kim Freer and Naleah Meier (S) def. Jason Vita and Sarah Stratton 9-2.

Windham 7, Stamford 0

Monday at Windham

Singles: Malcom Seamens (W) def. Adam Finkelstein 10-8; Joe Pelham (W) def. Zac Foote 9-7; Eddie Moran (W) def. Toni Divine 9-4; Katie Exum (W) def. Russell Meehan 9-0; Dalton Mannerud (W) def. Stephanie Tanzola 9-5.

Doubles: David Sanders and Katie Pelham (W) def. Dakotah Smith and Jeff Sweezey 9-4; Katie Exum and Luke Rasmussen (W) def. Rebekka Fox and Vera Powley 9-0.

TRACK

at Delhi

Walton’s boys won five events, but Greene scored 103 points to earn the team title during a five-way Midstate Athletic Conference meet at Delhi.

Walton finished with 84 points, followed by Unadilla Valley at 59.5, Deposit at 59 and Delhi at 27.

Dylan Thompson paced the Storm with wins in the 1,600-meter run (4 minutes, 55.6 seconds) and the 3,200 (10:58.2).

Nicole Mackey and Hunter Lakin doubled up to lead UV’s girls to 76 points, earning first place by four over Greene. Delhi had 70 points, followed by Walton at 54 and Deposit at 37.

Mackey placed first in the 800 (2:53.1) and the triple jump (28-11). Lakin won the 3,000 (14:08.1) and the 400 hurdles (1:33.5).

at Delhi

Boys: Greene 103, Walton 84, Unadilla Valley 59.5, Deposit 59, Delhi 27.

100 meters: Carson King (Del) 11.6.

200: Jeremy Flohr (G) 23.7.

400: Jeremy Flohr (G) 53.8.

800: Sean Wright (W) 2:18.6.

1,600: Dylan Thompson (UV) 4:55.6.

3,200: Dylan Thompson (UV) 10:58.2.

110 hurdles: Will Farrell (W) 18.2.

400 hurdles: Nate Mackey (UV) 1:07.6.

400 relay: Greene 48.3.

1,600 relay: Greene 4:03.2.

3,200 relay: Walton (Flaherty, Kilmer, Walley, Smith) 9:20.2.

Shot put: Dan Cucciarre (W) 42-0.

Discus: Zack Detweiler (G) 105-7.

Long jump: David Schaeffer (Dep) 19-5.

Pole vault: Ryan Favret (W) 6-6.

Triple jump: Barker (G) 33-9.

High jump: Schoeff (Dep) 5-10.

Girls: Unadilla Valley 76, Greene 72, Delhi 70, Walton 54, Deposit 37.

100 meters: Agie Hook (Del) 13.8.

200: Castillo (W) 29.2.

400: Kim Kehr (W) 1:04.7.

800: Nicole Mackey (UV) 2:53.1.

1,500: Evaughn Stevens (Dep) 6:07.1.

3,000: Hunter Lakin (UV) 14:08.1.

100 hurdles: Rebecca Smith (G) 16.8.

400 hurdles: Hunter Lakin (UV) 1:33.5.

400 relay: Greene 55.5.

1,600 relay: Greene 5:01.1.

3,200 relay: Mackey, Lakin, Lazarus, Gardner (UV) 12:08.9.

Shot put: Abby Hall (Del) 32-3.

Discus: Abby Hall (Del) 73-11.

Long jump: Agie Hook (Del) 13-7.

Triple jump: Nicole Mackey (UV) 28-11.

High jump: Koch (Dep) 4-6.5.

Pole vault: Amelia Legg (Del) 6-0.

at G-MU

Eddie Ray Cotton won three events to lead host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris to a quad-meet victory Tuesday.

Cotton placed first in the 100 (11.7), the 200 (23.8) and the long jump (20-11) for G/M, which cruised to victory with 113 points. Schenevus/Worcester finished second at 47 points, followed by Andes at 26 and Richfield Springs at 20.

Emily Leboffe’s double-victory paced G/M’s girls, who finished with 76 points for a 20-point victory over Schenevus/Worcester. RS had 55 points and Andes scored 22.

Leboffe won the 1,500 (5:47.9) and the 3,000 (12:14.3).

at G-MU

Tuesday’s results

Boys: G-MU/Morris 113, Schenevus/Worcester 47, Andes 26, Richfield Springs 20.

100 meters: Eddie Ray Cotton (G/M) 11.7.

200: Eddie Ray Cotton (G/M) 23.8.

400: Bryan Hill (R) 58.1.

800: James Mealey (G/M) 2:13.6.

1,600: Cameron Grant Hill (G/M) 5:05.6.

3,200: Cameron Grant Hill (G/M) 11:19.

400 relay: G/M 47.3.

1,600 relay: G/M 4:13.3.

3,200 relay: G/M 9:52.6.

Shot put: Josh Harp (A) 36-7.

Discus: Josh Harp (A) 106-10.

Triple jump: Fred Schwarzhans (G/M) 30-5.

Long jump: Eddie Ray Cotton (G/M) 20-11.

Girls: G-MU/Morris 76, Schenevus/Worcester 56, Richfield Springs 55, Andes 22.

100 meters: Christina Gurley (R) 13.4.

200: Gurley (R) 28.4.

400: Gurley (R) 1:03.0.

800: Meghan Meers (G/M) 2:46.4.

1,500: Emily Leboffe (G/M) 5:47.9.

3,000: Emily Leboffe (G/M) 12:14.3.

100 hurdles: Elaina Palada (G/M) 19.6.

400 relay: G/M 57.9.

1,600 relay: S/W 4:54.1.

3,200 relay: S/W 11:34.6.

Shot put: Vanessa Miller (R) 29-5.

Discus: Christina Hawkins (G/M) 105-6.

Triple jump: Tessa Buck (R) 30-5.

Long jump: Tessa Buck (R) 14-9.

at Maple Hill

Mattie Seamans won the 800 in 2:33.6 to lead Windham’s girls in a tri-meet at Maple Hill on Tuesday.

Chris Carl (800, 2:18.6) and Chris Weiman (3,200, 11:41.3) paced the Warriors’ boys with seconds in their respective events.

at Maple Hill

Windham results Tuesday from a tri-meet at Maple Hill.

Boys: Cairo-Durham 92, Windham 17; Maple Hill 130, Windham 6.

800 meters: 2, Chris Carl 2:18.6.

3,200: 2, Chris Weiman 11:41.3.

1,600 relay: 2, Chris Carl, Isaiah Chura, Evan Porosley, Garret Sullivan N/A.

Girls: Cairo-Durham 87, Windham 34; Maple Hill 121, Windham 13.

800 meters: 1, Mattie Seamans 2:33.6.

1,600 relay: 2, Mattie Seamans, Cayley Woodbeck, Meabh Lavery, Gaea Turman 4:41.0.

CORRECTIONS

• Milford’s Elijah Coley won the 200 meters, the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles during Tuesday’s Tri-Valley League track and field meet at Edmeston. Coley’s last name was misspelled and his team was incorrect in Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Star because of a reporter’s error.

• Austin Shirley’s two-run double in the fifth inning Tuesday helped Richfield Springs to an 8-5 victory over Cherry Valley-Springfield. Shirley’s last name was misspelled in Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Star because of a reporter’s error.

• The last name of Milford catcher Blake Elliott was misspelled in Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Star because of a reporter’s error.

• The names of tennis players Skyler McKee of Bainbridge-Guilford and Sidney’s Daylon Barr, Alex Morrow and Jared Cubby were misspelled in Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Star because of a reporter’s error.