The Daily Star
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Brittney Herrick had a match-high 13 kills Thursday, leading undefeated Oneonta High to a 3-0 volleyball sweep of visiting Johnson City in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.
OHS (4-0, 4-0) also received match-bests from Krissy Wells (17 assists) and Annie Nobiling (five aces) during its 25-6, 25-14, 25-18 triumph.
“We got up quickly and we stayed up,” OHS coach Lee Ferrara said. “Everybody got a chance to play a little bit tonight. JC is very young so it’s a down year for them, but they’ll be back.”
Morgan Chilson’s six assists paced the Wildcats.
Oneonta visits Windsor on Tuesday, then hosts defending Section Four Class B champion Owego on Thursday. The Yellowjackets fell to Owego in the last two sectional finals, but they won’t have to face the Indians in the postseason this year. Ferrara said Oneonta and Windsor dropped to Class C for volleyball this season while Owego remained in Class B.
Oneonta advanced to the last two Class B sectional title matches by beating Windsor.
Unatego 3, Greene 1
Leanne McKee had seven aces, three kills and three assists to lead host Unatego to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
The Spartans (2-3) finished with 31 aces in their 25-19, 23-25, 25-17, 25-19 triumph. Brianna Hoefer and Hannah Bohacek had six aces apiece, Taylor Reed contributed five, Kali Benedict had four and Kassie McKee finished with three.
Kayli Dickinson’s nine assists and five digs paced the Trojans (1-4), who visit Deposit on Tuesday.
Unatego travels to Oxford on Tuesday.
Davenport 5, Roxbury 1
Paul Clark had two goals and two assists to lead Davenport to a Delaware League victory at home.
Cody Wamsley contributed a pair of goals for the Wildcats (3-1, 1-1), who held a 24-5 advantage in shots.
Charlie Dietrich scored for the Rockets.
Davenport plays Schenevus at 8 p.m. Saturday in the championship game of the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Gilboa 4, H-T 1
Hunter Grace scored twice for host Gilboa, which got a goal and an assist from Christian Cooper in a Delaware League win.
Chase Plattner scored for Hunter-Tannersville, which was outshot, 17-4.
Gilboa (2-2, 1-1) plays Roxbury at noon Saturday in the Stamford Mayor’s Cup.
Oxford and host Unadilla Valley nearly made it through a full half before their Midstate Athletic Conference game was postponed because of thunder. UV coach Ryan Houck said the game was called 5:02 ahead of halftime and will be resumed at a later date.
The following boys soccer games were postponed Thursday because of poor weather: Margaretville at Jefferson (4:15 p.m. today); Walton at Afton (4:30 p.m. today); South Kortright at Downsville (4:15 p.m. Sept. 25); Oneonta at Johnson City (4:30 p.m. Oct. 11); Unatego at Bainbridge-Guilford (no new date); Delhi at Sidney (no new date); Hamilton at Cooperstown (no new date).
Davenport 3, Roxbury 1
Sarah Haight opened and closed the scoring to lead Davenport to a Delaware League win on the road.
Haight snapped a scoreless tie 4:44 into the second half and made it 3-1 with a 25-yarder over Roxbury keeper Lisa Boyke (four saves) with 17:40 left.
Emily Whipple also scored for the Wildcats, who received two saves from Jayra Blanton.
Chloe O’Shaughnessy had a goal for the Rockets (1-4, 1-1), who host Gilboa on Monday.
Gilboa 1, H-T 0
Jana Traver converted a pass from Kim Goeckel 4 1/2 minutes into the game and Gilboa held on for a Delaware League victory.
The decisive play started with a throw-in to Goeckel, who drew the H-T defense away from the goal. Goeckel then passed to a wide-open Traver, who beat goalie Samantha Dibbell (14 saves).
Allison McGuire made four saves in the shutout for Gilboa.
Hunter-Tannersville visits Jefferson on Monday.
The following girls soccer games were postponed Thursday because of poor weather: Downsville at South Kortright (4:15 p.m. today); Jefferson at Margaretville (4:15 p.m. Tuesday).
Cooperstown 94, Adirondack 80
Tessa and Eden Griger won two evenats apiece to lead Cooperstown to a Frontier League victory at home.
Tessa Griger placed first in the 200-yard individual medley (2:40.87) and the 500 free (6:31.71). Eden Griger won the 50 free (28.22) and the 100 butterfly (1:09.13).
Tessa Griger also teamed with Grace Heneghan, McKenna Hage and Elizabeth Russo for a victory in the 200 medley relay (2:17.99). Eden Griger anchored the victorious 200 free relay (2:02.43), following Russo, Catherine Borgstrom and Lindsay Harloff.
Cooperstown (2-0) will compete in the Frontier League Invitational at 11 a.m. Saturday.