The Daily Star
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Oneonta High received pins from Mitchell Spaziani, Timmy Bemis, Austin Scheer, James Longo, and Corey Corkwell, but lost a Southern Tier Athletic Confernce wrestling match, 40-36, to visiting Chenango Forks on Wednesday.
At 140, Bemis pinned Jimmy Dyer in two minutes, and 49 seconds. Scheer needed 3:40 to pin Austin Loncoy at 145.
At 152, Longo pinned Dylan Studer in 1:37. Corkwell pinned Jake Barnett with one second left in the first period of their 285-pound match.
Oneonta (0-1) will compete in the Red Creek Dual Meet at 9 a.m. Saturday.
B-G/A 42, S-E 39
Josh Lindsay’s pin of Hunter Zybineski at 99 pounds sealed Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton’s non-league road victory.
Wrestling in the second-to-last match of the night, Lindsay pinned Zybineski in 1 minute, 18 seconds to give the Bears a 42-33 lead.
Ben Bivar (126), Jesse Griswold (145), Justin Cirigliano (152), Jamie Griswold (160) and Mark Viviano (195) also had pins for B-G/A.
Tri-Valley 66, Walton 48
Colin Adam scored 15 points and teammate Eric Zimmerman had 13, but Walton fell in the opening round of its tournament.
Alex Brown led Tri-Valley with 13 points.
“We are young. We start four juniors and a sophomore, but I am happy with the way we competed tonight,” Walton coach Gary Williams said. “Some foul trouble and their speed caught up with us in the second quarter.”
Walton (0-1) will face Unatego in the consolation game at 5:30 p.m. Friday.
Sullivan West 67, Unatego 58
Tyler Butler had a team-high 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds, but the Spartans fell to Sullivan West in the opening round of the Walton Tip-Off Tournament.
After the teams played to a 26-all tie in the first half, Sullivan West outscored Unatego, 22-6, in the third quarter. Matt Cardona scored 12 of his game-high 29 points, including four three-pointers, in the third quarter to lead SW.
Kellen Komenda and Phil Youngs each contributed 13 points for Unatego (0-1), which will face Walton in the consolation game at 5:30 p.m. Friday.
at Holiday Lanes
Mike Moran struck out in the 10th frame in all three games to lead Oneonta High’s boys to a 5-0 Southern Tier Athletic Conference bowling victory over Johnson City.
“Mike had to strike out each time for us to win the game,” OHS coach Pat Muller said of Moran, whose 623 series included a 239 game. “That’s the first time I’ve seen that.”
OHS (2-1) won the first game by five pins, the second by six pins and the last by 18.
Oneonta’s girls also won, 5-0. Caryn Balnis had games of 218 and 205 in a 620 series. It marks the second time this season Balnis has rolled a 620 or better series.
Emily Loucks, Abigail Loucks and Cami Cleaveland contributed games of 191, 182 and 180, respectively, for the Yellowjackets (3-0), who’ll host Windsor on Monday.