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October 10, 2013

Sidney runner wins at Gariepy Invitational


Sidney's Dean Howard earned a one-second victory over Delhi's Declan Kottmeier in the Jack Gariepy Invitational on Wednesday at The Delhi College Golf Course.

Howard covered the 3.1-mile course in 17 minutes, 50 seconds.

Kottmeier's finish helped the Bulldogs to the team title. Delhi finished 43 points – 22 better than runner-up Edmeston. Afton was the only other complete team. It finished with 113.

Afton's Joe DeVona placed third in 18:33, six seconds ahead of Unadilla Valley's Dustin Johnson. The host school's Alex Legg placed fifth in 18:47.

Delhi's girls also won. The Bulldogs had 36 points. Edmeston was second with 53, followed by Harpursville with 56.

The Bulldogs' Katie Aikens placed first in 22:54. Edmeston's Madison Kline finished second in 23:15, followed by UV's Nicole Mackey (25:25).

Delhi will compete in the Marathon Invitational on Oct. 19.

at Herkimer

Samantha Fanion sped to a winning time of 20 minutes, 13 seconds over a 3.1-mile course to lead Cooperstown's girls to Center State Conference victories over Herkimer (18-41), Canastota (24-32) and Little Falls (19-36).

Cooperstown's top runner, Kristin Ratliff, has a minor knee injury and didn't run.

Jaime Zoltick and Kate O'Handley finished third and fourth, respectively, for Cooperstown. Zoltick finished in 22:33, 11 seconds faster than O'Handley.

Cooperstown's boys lost to Herkimer (25-30) and Little Falls (22-35), and beat Canastota (22-incomplete).

Jacob Russell's fifth-place finish paced Cooperstown. He crossed in 19:02. Teammate Daniel Francis placed seventh, 10 seconds behind Russell.

Cooperstown will compete in the Coughlin Invitational on Saturday at Rome Free Academy.


Davenport 1, Downsville 1

Megan Keil tied the score 12 minutes into the second half for host Davenport in the Delaware League.

Keil's goal came from 12 yards after receiving a pass from Sarah Haight.

Kaileen Townsend opened the scoring for Downsville 11 minutes into the first half after converting a cross from Kendra Lacey.

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