Paige Redmond had 13 assists, seven digs and seven kills Wednesday to lead visiting Sidney to a 3-1 upset of third-seeded Bainbridge-Guilford in the Midstate Athletic Conference 1-4 Tournament volleyball semifinal.
Meghan Rivers contributed eight kills for the Warriors, who rallied from a 25-14 loss in the first game. Fourth-seeded Sidney won the next three games, 25-15, 25-21, 25-8, to advance to the MAC 1-4 championship match at top-seeded Harpursville at 1 p.m. Saturday.
“Even in the first game, we could not get anything going,” B-G coach Pam Tompkins said. “I have never seen the girls play so bad. We are mostly 10th-graders, and I think they got a little tight. This is not the team that I am used to. I want my team back for the sectional playoffs.”
Morgan Bullis’ seven aces, six kills, five assists and three blocks paced the Bobcats (13-4), who will play a scrimmage at second-seeded Deposit on Friday. Tompkins said Deposit is not eligible for the MAC 1-4 final because the Lumberjacks played too many regular-season matches.
Oxford 3, Walton 0
Kera Shepler’s five aces, four kills and four assists lifted fifth-seeded host Oxford to a 25-21, 25-11, 25-12 semifinal sweep in the MAC 5-8 Tournament.
Sarah Hadlock contributed eight digs for the Blackhawks (11-6), who host Hancock in the final Friday.
Maggie Kuebler had six assists and two aces for the No. 8 Warriors (5-12), who visit No. 7 Greene for the 5-8 consolation match Friday.
Hancock 3, Greene 2
Demi Travis had nine aces and four kills to lead sixth-seeded host Hancock (9-8) to a 25-18, 13-25, 25-13, 18-25, 25-19 semifinal victory in the MAC 5-8 Tournament.
Alexa Sampson contributed six aces and six kills for the Wildcats, who visit Oxford for the 5-8 title Friday.
Amber Parkison’s six kills and seven digs paced seventh-seeded Greene (8-10), which hosts No. 8 Walton in the 5-8 consolation match Friday.
Afton 3, Delhi 2
Alisha Hubbard finished with seven aces, 14 assists and 10 kills to lead 10th-seeded Afton to a 18-25, 25-19, 25-18, 18-25, 25-19 semifinal triumph at home in the MAC 9-12 Tournament.
Rebekah Prezorski contributed six aces, 13 kills, five assists and five digs for the Crimson Knights, who will play in the 9-12 final Friday.
Sierra Bedient had 13 assists and five aces for No. 11 Delhi, which received 16 digs from Emily Saleman. The Bulldogs will play in the 9-12 consolation Friday.
Greene 62@DS | Breakhead:
Claire Garfield, Sarah Brackett, Madison Allen, Madison Beckmeyer and Christina Sakoulas won individual events to lead host Oneonta High to a non-conference victory in its final dual meet of the season.
Garfield won the 200-yard individual medley in 2 minutes, 38.82 seconds for the Yellowjackets (6-3), who got a first from Brackett in the 100 butterfly (1:15.84).
Allen touched first in the 100 breaststroke (1:17.16); Beckmeyer won the 500 freestyle (6:15.27); and Sakoulas placed first in the 100 backstroke (1:14.17).
Lucy Bischoff, Allen, Brackett and Danielle Emilio contributed a victory in the 200 medley relay (2:11.25) for OHS, which will compete in the Section Four championships next Wednesday at Owego.
Unadilla Valley finished the 2012 boys soccer season with a 7-7-2 record Tuesday night. The Storm’s record was incorrect in Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Star because of a reporter’s error.