Southern Tier Athletic Conference All-Stars for the 2010-11 girls basketball season.
All-Conference Central/East: Sienna Wisse, 12, Oneonta; Erin Wolstenholme, 12, Oneonta; Mariah Ruff, 9, Oneonta; Hannah Runyon, 12, Norwich; Amy Ludovici, 12, Seton Catholic Central; Brittany Rando, 12, Owego.
All-Division Central: Bryn Loomis, 11, Norwich; Rachel Merrill, 9, Owego; Chelsea Kuzel, 11, Johnson City; Abigail Hogan, 11, Susquehanna Valley; Courtney Malia, 11, Owego; Alyssa Edwards, 10, Johnson City.
All-Division East: Amy Goetz, 12, Windsor; Angelica Hauer, 10, Chenango Forks; Chloe Jones, 12, Seton Catholic Central; Michaela Transue, 10, Chenango Forks; Kelly Costello, 11, Windsor; Dara DeGennaro, 12, Chenango Valley.
All-Conference Metro/West: Tiahanna Mills, 11, Binghamton; Alyssa DeRichie, 12, Horseheads; Katie Peterson, 12, Ithaca; Phoebe Byrnes, 12, Binghamton; Elyssa LeBaron, 11, Corning; Madison Ward, 11, Binghamton.
All-Division Metro: Caity Kuhnen, 10, Binghamton; Taylor DePalma, 10, Ithaca; Lauren Kozlowski, 12, Maine-Endwell; Shannon Walker, 11, Vestal; Katie Vienneau, 11, Union-Endicott; Julie Yacovoni, 9, Maine-Endwell.
All-Division West: Brittany Covington, 12, Elmira Free Acadamy; Katelyn Goodwin, 12, Horseheads; Ellie Leszyk, 9, Elmira Southside; Samantha Crane, 11, Corning; Tess Wicks, 10, Horseheads; Jen Chalk, 10, Horseheads; Mallory Frysinger, 11, Corning.
Southern Tier Athletic Conference All-Stars for the 2010-11 boys bowling season.
All-Conference Metro/West: Christian Bevelacqua 12, Union-Endicott (215.23 average); Steven Warters, 11, Horseheads (215.45); Jason Sowersby, 12, Corning (213.05); Evan DiTommasso, 12, Maine-Endwell (209.60); Alex Palma, 11, Binghamton (207.93).
All-Division Metro: Joe Polmateer, 12, Union-Endicott (202.46); Dylan Gates, 10, Union-Endicott (201.64); Shane Boyden, 11, Vestal (204.08); CameronWilliams, 10, Maine-Endwell (202.02); Kyle Ferris, 9, Vestal (201.08); Daniel Clarke, 12, Binghamton (196.60).
All-Division West: George Hall, 12, Corning (204.35); Eric Donovan, 11, Corning (207.44); Jared Kucko, 10, Horseheads (203.05); Jesse Fish, 10, Elmira Southside (202.69); Nathan Kreitzer, 11, Horseheads (202.12); Cody Mattison, 12, Horseheads (207.29).
All-Conference Central/East: Tyler Ruffo, 11, Chenango Valley (217.07); Micah Neiss, 11, Johnson City (202.27); Kevin Rooney, 12, Norwich (209.12); Chris Sabine, 12, Windsor (203.31); Michael Martir, 8, Susquehanna Valley (200.68).
All-Division Central: Michael Mattingly, 12, Susquehanna Valley (194.69); Darrel Humphrey, 11, Norwich (196.12); Steve Czumak, 11, Johnson City (195.93); Ben Barnes, 11, Norwich (193.05); Kody Meyers, 11, Susquehanna Valley (191.52); Logan Baburchak, 11, Johnson City (188.97); Ethan Eschier, 12, Owego (174.64).
All-Division East: Cameron Critti, 11, Oneonta (200.28); Brad Scanlon, 12, Chenango Valley (192.92); Preston Brown, 9, Chenango Valley (193.81); Matthew Dennison, 12, Windsor (191.59); Troy Kimble, 9, Windsor (190.78); Peter Schubert, 11, Chenango Valley (188.38).
Southern Tier Athletic Conference All-Stars for the 2010-11 girls bowling season.
All-Conference Metro/West: Vicki Peters,12, Union-Endicott (217.29 average); Holly Pribulick, 12, Union-Endicott (208.97); Kelli Carr, 12, Union-Endicott (206.33); Melanie Jones, 11, Union-Endicott (204.55); Becky Conrad, 12, Union-Endicott (199.88); Kate McNeill, 11, Binghamton (191.93).
All-Division Metro: Taylor Clark, 10, Maine-Endwell (171.74); Amberlee Weyant, 12, Maine-Endwell (183.43); Julie McNeill, 9, Binghamton (173.93); Caroline Borne, 9, Maine-Endwell (167.60); Kelli Fallot, 10, Vestal (159.66); Courtney Warfle, 12, Vestal (159.02); Kim Griswold, 12, Binghamton (157.38).
All-Division West: Emily McCracken, 11, Elmira Free Academy (184.00); Brooke Becker, 11, Corning (182.76); Nicole Cecce, 12, Elmira Southside (178.52); Kayla Warters, 9, Horseheads (184.73); Hailey Blencowe, 9, Corning (181.17).
All-Conference Central/East: Amber Jacobson, 12, Chenango Forks (183.56); Sarah Whitney, 12, Susquehanna Valley (200.80); Alicia Clapper, 11, Johnson City (191.56); Demi May, 9, Susquehanna Valley (180.33); Mikayla Cook, 10, Chenango Valley (179.28).
All-Division Central: Kara Palmer, 11, Susquehanna Valley (176.43); Brigid Saunders, 12, Owego (168.41); Molly Fenner, 9, Owego (162.61); Christa Bennett, 9, Owego (160.72); Kayla Spaulding, 9, Johnson City (156.80); Caitlyn Roser, 12, Susquehanna Valley (179.06).
All-Division East: Missy Krajovic, 12, Oneonta (156.33); Tiffany Luce, 12, Windsor (170.13); Jenna Barton, 10, Windsor (165.45); Jolynn Barton, 12, Windsor (173.44); Corrine Muccio, 9, Chenango Valley (151.51); Jessica Aurelio, 11, Chenango Valley (151.28).
- Local Sports
Cobleskill softball sweeps for playoff spot
SUNY Cobleskill clinched a playoff berth in the North Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament with a pair of softball victories over visiting Cazenovia College, 4-3 and 8-3, on Thursday.
Baker strikes out 18, but OHS drops the ball
Junior Brieanna Baker had 18 strikeouts, but four Oneonta High errors helped visiting Chenango Forks to five unearned runs and the Yellowjackets lost, 6-5, in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference softball game Wednesday.
B-G baseball shuts down Greene, 3-0
Kyle Hanvey's inside-the-park home run to lead off the third inning capped the scoring as host Bainbridge-Guilford beat Greene, 3-0, in a Midstate Athletic Conference baseball game.
Freshman's performance jumps out for Cooperstown girls track
That Cooperstown freshman Samantha Fanion won the 800 meters Wednesday night at Central Valley was no surprise. She's among Cooperstown's best distance runners. Her victory in the high jump did turn some heads, though.
Former Hartwick QB starring in Arena Football League
Putting up ridiculous offensive numbers is nothing new to former Hartwick College quarterback Jason Boltus.
Delhi men advance to NJCAA lacrosse semifinal
Paul Hylan and Jake Guy each finished with four goals and two assists to lead SUNY Delhi to a 21-6 rout of visiting Finger Lakes Community College in an NJCAA Sub-Regional men's lacrosse game Wednesday.
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- Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Sidney baseball rallies in seventh
Brandon Bessett hit a walkoff, two-run single in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Sidney to a 4-3 Midstate Athletic Conference victory over Deposit on Tuesday at Damaschke Field.
Freshman lifts OHS softball over Norwich
Freshman Aiyana Roupp went 4-for-4 with two doubles and three RBIs to lead Oneonta High to a 9-3 Southern Tier Athletic Conference softball victory over visiting Norwich on Tuesday.
Hartwick edged in men's lacrosse
Cody Petillo finished with a college-best four goals and two assists Tuesday, but Hartwick College lost a non-conference men's lacrosse game, 16-15, at Mount Saint Mary.
Tuesday's High School Results
- Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Freshman pitcher leads Cooperstown
Freshman Maria Noto continued her torrid pitching, striking out 17 in a two-hitter to lead host Cooperstown to a 7-0 Center State Conference softball victory over Frankfort-Schuyler on Monday.
OHS strands 15 runners in 11-6 loss
Oneonta High stranded 15 baserunners during an 11-6 Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball loss to visiting Norwich on Monday.
O-State baseball takes two of three from Fredonia
Oneonta State's baseball team played three Monday.â€©The Red Dragons won the completion of a suspended game, 6-0, they won the first game of a doubleheader, 5-3, and then fell to Fredonia, 1-0, in the second game.â€©
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