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October 11, 2012

High School Roundup

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Walton 2, Harpursville 0

Jess Fisher assisted Tamara MacDonald’s with seven minutes left in the first half and then scored five minutes later to lift host Walton to a Section Four Conference Division II victory Wednesday.

MacDonald deflected a pass from Fisher past Hornets goalie Chantel Messinger. Fisher’s goal came unassisted.

Katrina Kilmer made four saves to earn her fifth shutout of the season.

Walton (7-5, 4-4) hosts Afton today.

Sidney 3, Afton 0

Hannah Wood, Dawn Savino and Victoria Sickler scored for host Sidney, which won in the Section Four Conference.

Melia Wakeman had a pair of assists for Sidney (8-4, 7-1), which hosts Walton Friday.


at Cooperstown

Samantha Fanion placed first for host Cooperstown, which went 3-1 in a Center State Conference meet against Sauquoit Valley, Waterville, Westmoreland and Oriskany.

Fanion completed the 3.1-mile course in 20 minutes, 31 seconds.

Cooperstown lost, 22-35, to SV, and defeated Waterville (15-44), Oriskany (15-44) and Westmoreland (15-incomplete).

Abby LeCates and Jaime Zoltick contributed sixth- and seventh-place finishes, respectively, for Cooperstown. LeCates crossed in 23:06 _ one second ahead of Zoltick.

The Redskins’ boys also went 3-1. They lost, 23-34 to SV, beat Oriskany, 22-33, and earned wins over incomplete squads from Waterville and Westmoreland.

Jake Burnham’s second-place finish paced Coopestown. He crossed in 18:48 _ 25 seconds behind SV’s Erik Cileba.

Jacob Lansing crossed third for the Redskins, finishing in 18:59.


Sidney 3, Unatego 1

Tori Seymour had 11 aces and seven kills to lead host Sidney’s 20-25, 26-24, 25-21, 25-18 Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Paige Redmond contributed 15 assists and Jillian Young had seven digs for the Warriors (9-3), who travel to Bainbridge-Guilford on Friday.

Kali Benedict and Michaela Reynolds had 11 aces and eight kills, respectively, for the Spartans (1-12), who host Greene tonight in their Dig Pink match.

Walton 3, Delhi 2

Walton rallied from two games down for a Midstate Athletic Conference victory on the road.

Danielle Reynolds had 10 aces and six assists for the Warriors (4-8), who received nine kills from Ashley Constable in their 19-25, 18-25, 25-21, 25-16, 25-14 triumph.

Colleen Byam had 19 digs to pace Delhi (2-11), which received eight aces from Bonnie Davis.

Delhi hosts Oxford today. Walton visits Hancock on Friday.

Harpursville 3, Greene 0

Erin Avery had six aces and seven kills to lead undefeated Harpursville to a MAC road win, 25-9, 25-21, 25-17.

The Hornets (12-0) host Unadilla Valley on Friday, when Greene (6-7) visits Unatego.


Cooperstown 96, WCV 66

Tessa and Eden Griger won two events apiece and contributed to a victory in the 200-yard medley relay as Cooperstown cruised to a Frontier League triumph at home.

Tessa Griger won the 200 individual medley in 2:41.87 and the 500 free in 6:21.11.

Eden Griger took the 50 free (28.08) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.51).

The two also joined Elizabeth Russo and McKenna Hage for a 200 medley relay win in 2:18.04.

Russo also placed first in the 100 free (1:05.00), as did Hage in the 100 butterfly (1:20.76). Other Cooperstown winners were Lindsay Harloff (200 free, 2:19.69) and Catherine Borgstrom (diving, 184.10 points).

Russo, Lucy Ford, Borgstrom and Harloff teamed for a victory in the 200 free relay (2:08.21) as well.