The Panthers (2-0, 2-0) will host Milford today.
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Brenon Maynard made two birdies and two bogeys in an even-par round of 34 to lead Unadilla Valley to a 222-256 Midstate Athletic Conference victory over Oxford.
Jared Hanslmaier contributed a 46 for the Storm (1-0), which will play Walton on Thursday.
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Joe Burgin’s 41 paced Delhi to a 240-250 Midstate Athletic Conference victory over Walton.
Eric Zimmerman had a 44 to lead the Warriors.
TENNISRoxbury 5, Davenport 2
Josh Riley’s 9-0 win at first singles led host Roxbury to a singles sweep and a victory in the Delaware League.
Joe McAfee, Kajus Normantas, Danny Ballard and Tristan Mulder also won singles matches for the Rockets.
Alyssa Hendrickson and Dorthy Zeisler won at first doubles for Davenport, which got its other point from the second-doubles tandem of Aaron Schubert and Keith Fiorello.
Margaretville 7, Andes 0
Host Margaretville did not drop a game in sweeping the singles matches in their Delaware League victory.
Dylan Shaffer, James Warner, Brandon Belaski and Yair Sanchez all won by 9-0 scores.
Antonio Gomes broke his school record in the 100 by a tenth of a second, winning in 11.2 to lift Downsville’s boys to a tri-meet victory with 82 points. Schenevus/Worcester took second with 34 points, followed by Franklin at 27.
Gomes also won the 200 in 23.5, the long jump at 18-6 and ran the opening leg for the victorious 1,600 relay team (4:04.7).
Miles Liddell won the 110 hurdles (20.5) and the high jump (5-4) for Downsville. Franklin had a double-winner in Blaine Fairchilds (1,600, 5:03.8; 3,200, 12:50).
Downsville’s girls rode double-victories from Nicole Casciola (400, 1:11.2; long jump, 12-4.5) and Molly Engle (100 hurdles, 21.0; high jump, 4-2) to 60 points for a team triumph.
Mariah McNeilly won the 1,500 (6:00.6), the 3,000 (13:44.7) and the 400 hurdles (1:19.6) to pace second-place Franklin (45 points), which was followed by Schenevus/Worcester at 27.
Downsville will compete in the Tri-Valley League Relays on Friday at Oneonta High.