The Daily Star
Oneonta High senior Brittney Herrick won the pentathlon Monday as the Southern Tier Athletic Conference track championships opened with two events at Windsor.
Herrick, a senior, compiled 2,414 points, her best score in the event.
She cleared 5 feet, 1 1/4 inches to place first in the high jump. Herrick also had the best shot put at 31-4 1/2 and finished third in the 100-meter hurdles in 17 seconds.
The Yellowjackets' Mat Robinson finished fourth in the pentathlon with 2,738 points.
Robinson cleared 5-8 3/4 in the high jump, ran a personal-best of 18.0 in the 110 hurdles, long jumped 18-2 1/2 and completed the 1,500 in 4:38.
The boys and girls and steeplechase also was held Monday.
The remainder of the meet will be completed Thursday at Windsor.
Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton junior Julia Knapp won the pentathlon with 2,714 points as the Midstate Athletic Conference Championships opened at Greene.
Knapp won by more than 900 points over runner-up Shelby Medovich of Harpursville.
B-G/A's Daphne Knapp placed first in the 2,000-meter steeplechase, crossing in 8 minutes, 2.5 seconds. Unatego's Vita Gugliemetti was second in 8:42.5.
On the boys side, B-G/A's Adam Bauerle won the 3,000 steeplechase in 10:49.8. Sidney's Chase Northrop placed second in 11:16.2.
Delhi's Russ Cobane placed first in the pentathlon with 2,386 points. Austin Ryan of Unatego was second with 2,283.
The remainder of the meet will be contested Thursday at Greene.
JC 20, Oneonta 7
Sam Sherrill and Jake Crotser had two goals apiece, but host Oneonta High fell in the Section Four Lacrosse Conference.
Nick Naferis had seven goals and two assists for Johnson City. He scored six of the Wildcats' eight second-quarter goals as JC took a 14-4 lead into halftime.
"He's a heck of a player for them," OHS coach Jeff Armer said of Naferis.
Mitchell Spaziani, Will Smith and Nick Giacomelli also scored for the Yellowjackets (5-9), who just missed qualifying for sectionals.
"There are a lot of positives to take away from the season," Armer said. "A lot of guys improved by leaps and bounds. Joe Sherrill had more than 200 saves and did a fantastic job for us. Our team defense came along, and we had outstanding years from Sam Sherril and Jeremy Leary. All around, a lot of different guys stepped up for us."
Cooperstown 4, Hamilton 1
Pierce Snyder and Tyler Bertram won singles matches in straight sets to help undefeated host Cooperstown to a Center State Conference victory.
Lyman Townsend and Will Cadwalader won at first doubles for the Hawkeyes (12-0, 8-0), who received a victory at second doubles from Jacob Russell and Nana Morohoshi.
Jacob Cadwalader opened his first-singles match against Nicklas Stefansen with a 6-0 victory but fell, 6-3, 6-3, in the next two sets.
Greene 4, Sidney 1
Nick Meno defeated Brian Leone, 6-3, 6-2, at first singles for Sidney's lone victory in a match that clinched the Midstate Athletic Conference regular-season title for host Greene.
Connor Moriarity and Cameron Race earned straight-set victories for the Trojans at second and third singles, respectively.
at Red Pines
Brenon Maynard's 40 paced unbeaten Unadilla Valley to a 224-243 Midstate Athletic Conference victory over Walton.
Brett Hanslmaier and Bryant Maynard contributed 43s for the Storm (10-0), who will oppose McGraw today at Red Pine.
Robbie Phraner had a 41 to lead Walton (4-5).
at Delhi College GC
Joe Burgin shot a 2-over-par 38 to earn medalist honors and lead Delhi to a 217-288 Midstate Athletic Conference victory over Oxford.
Connor Gioffe contributed a 40 for the Bulldogs.
at Little Falls
Teddy Trosett's 3-over-par 39 at Little Falls Municipal paced Cooperstown in a 180-193 road loss.
Jimmy Amuso led Little Falls (7-2) with a 40.
The Hawkeyes (4-8, 4-4) host Herkimer today.