Sophomore quarterback Jake Crotser threw three touchdown passes in the second quarter Friday, but host Oneonta High fell, 31-27, to Windsor in the Section Four Football Conference.
Crotser hit Mat Robinson for a 65-yard TD pass 24 seconds into the second quarter, and Robinson followed with the extra point to pull OHS to 8-7.
After giving up a big touchdown run, the Yellowjackets came back with consecutive scoring drives. Crotser connected with Noah Sheehan on both as OHS scored on a 29-yard pass and a 26-yard pass en route to a 21-16 lead at halftime.
Windsor went on to take a 24-21 lead midway through the third quarter, but the Jackets (1-5, 0-4) responded with a 6-yard TD run by Austin Scheer for their final points.
“A fumble and an interception,” first-year OHS coach John Mushtare said about his team’s performance in the second half. “We moved the ball well. We just had too many penalties.”
Windsor scored the go-ahead points on a 3-yard run with 7:52 remaining.
Oneonta hosts Johnson City next Friday.
Editor’s note: Sidney defeated host Candor, 41-0, in a Section Four Football Conference game Friday night. No other details were available at press time.
at Stamford GC
Matt Anderson and James Vlahakis combined for a match-low 40 to lead host Stamford to a 86-87 Delaware League victory.
Isaac Walker and Sam Nash shot a team-low 43 for Roxbury. The teams played a scramble format on the par-34 flat nine of the Stamford Golf Club.
“It was a beautiful fall day to end the season,” Stamford coach John Kincheloe said.
Stamford (2-8) will participate in the Delaware League Tournament at the Delhi College Golf Course on Tuesday.
Sidney 3, Deposit 0
Taylor Krom had nine kills and Jilleen Livingston contributed seven as Sidney rolled to a 25-17, 25-20, 25-21 MAC victory at home.
Paige Redmond contributed eight assists for the Warriors (12-2), who will compete in the Bill Mott Tournament at Windsor on Saturday.
B-G 3, Delhi 0
Morgan Bullis finished with six assists and five kills to lead host Bainbridge-Guilford to a 25-15, 25-16, 25-18 sweep of Delhi in the MAC.
Betsy Holden contributed four kills for the Bobcats, who visit Unadilla Valley on Wednesday.
Cayla Cappiello’s 11 digs paced the Bulldogs (1-14), who travel to Sidney on Wednesday.
Harpursville 3, Afton 0
Megan Matts had 15 assists and Sarah Miller finished with eight kills to lead visiting Harpursville to a 25-15, 25-18, 25-9 MAC sweep.
Emily Greenwood’s three aces paced the Crimson Knights (1-12), who host Oxford on Wednesday.