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November 5, 2013

Late High School Roundup



Section Three Championships

Cooperstown’s Kristin Ratliff and Samantha Fanion qualified for the state cross country meet with top-five finishes during the Section Three Championships, which ran Saturday at Jamesville Beach State Park.

Ratliff finished third, covering the 3.1-mile course in 19 minutes, 45 seconds. Fanion followed in fifth, at 19:53. The duo helped Cooperstown to 123 points for a fourth-place team finish.

“Quite a good day,” said Cooperstown coach Jessie Ravage, who had two girls qualify for the state championships for the first time in her career.

Ratliff and Fanion will compete at states this Saturday at Queensbury High.

Daniel Francis finished 29th in 18:41 for Cooperstown’s boys, who were 12th with 333 points.

Section Three Championships

Saturday at Jamesville Beach State Park


Team scores (20 teams): 1, Sauquoit Valley 49; 12, Cooperstown 333.

Winner: Nicholas Spina (Sauquoit Valley) 16:51

Cooperstown: 29, Daniel Francis 18:41; 50, Jacob Russell 19:15; 57, Connor Fay 19:29; 120, Kenneth Roberts 21:17; 125, Johnny Zhang 21:26; 129, Joe Peterson 21:39; 150, Anthony Birch 22:38; 153, Hunter Ducey 22:45; 156, Alex Greenberg 23:08.


Team scores (15 teams): 1, Tully 45; 4, Cooperstown 123.

Winner: 1, Sage Hurta (Hamilton) 18:42.

Cooperstown: 3, Kristin Ratliff 19:45; 5, Samantha Fanion 19:53; 32, Kate O’Handley 22:20; 44, Margie Knight 23:00; 67, Jaime Zoltick 24:23; 121, Sylvia Johnson 28:02; 122, Molly Mooney 28:04; 140, Mary Sandler 33:34.


B-G 41, Oxford 20

Mike Carlin scored three touchdowns and Cole Webb threw for three scores in leading host Bainbridge-Guilford to a Section Four Football Conference non-division victory in its season-finale Friday.

Carlin caught a 16-yard scoring pass from Webb that gave the Bobcats a 6-0 lead. He also scored on runs of 3 and 7 yards. Carlin finished with 67 rushing yards and 59 receiving yards.

Webb went 6-for-7 for 110 passing yards.

“Cole probably had his best game at quarterback,” B-G coach Tim Mattingly said. “He was pretty flawless running the offense and threw exceptionally well.”

Webb’s 20-yard TD pass to Lucas Butcher and his 23-yard TD pass to Dylan Moffitt came on fourth-down plays.

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