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October 14, 2013

OHS suffers through painful weekend


OHS will start defense of STAC title at 5 p.m. Tuesday, when it travels to West Division winner Corning.

“I know they have a good record,” OHS coach Alex Brannan said of Corning, a team the Yellowjackets beat, 3-2, in overtime in last season’s STAC final. “At one point, they were 11-1, but they had a good record last year and we beat them in the final.”

Cooperstown 5Little Falls 0

Jordan Manikus and Park Summers each scored twice to lead visiting Cooperstown to a win in the Center State Conference.

Tanner Clinton also scored a goal for Cooperstown, which scored all five of its goals in the second half.

Kevin Frevele had six saves for Cooperstown.

Schenevus 7, RS 0

Dave Vosatka and Jake Darling scored two goals apiece as host Schenevus cruised in the Tri-Valley League.

Darling and Vosatka scored about a minute apart six minutes into play.

Robert Burton, Kyle Darling and Anthony Cline also scored for the Dragons (7-6-2, 7-5-1), who will next play in the Section Four Class D tournament.

UV 5, Oxford 0

Derek Schwab scored twice to lead Unadilla Valley to a road victory in the MAC.

Nate Shackelton, Conor Pope and Lane Anson also scored for the Storm, who received six saves from Kyle King in the shutout.


Coughlin Invitational

Kristin Ratliff placed second overall in 19 minutes, and 41 seconds in the Coughlin Invitational at Rome Free Academy to lead the Cooperstown girls to a sixth-place finish.

Ratliff passed four runners in the last 400 yards of the race.

Rachel Garn of Marcellus won the 3.1-mile race in 18:42.

Ratliff’s teammate, Samantha Fanion, placed seventh 20:19. Cooperstown’s Jaime Zoltick finished 25th in 21:36.

The rest of the Cooperstown girl runners were Kate O’Handley (43rd place, 22:27), Margie Knight (54, 23:02), Molly Mooney (121, 27:46), Sylvia Johnson (122 in 27:47) and Maddy Sandler (133 in 31:03.

Daniel Francis placed 40th in 18:34 to lead the Cooperstown boys to a 12th place finish.

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