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October 12, 2013

OHS quarterback throws three TD passes in loss

Staff Report

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.

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