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April 26, 2013

Oneonta High rides big second to baseball triumph

The Daily Star

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Collin Neer’s bases-loaded triple highlighted a seven-run second inning for Oneonta High, which cruised to a 12-5 Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball victory over visiting Windsor on Thursday.

Neer earned his fourth RBI with a sacrifice fly in the fourth inning for the defending Class B state champion Yellowjackets (6-3, 4-3), who received two hits apiece from Kragh Delello and Conor Tavarone.

Winning pitcher Noah Sheehan struck out five and walked none in five innings. Reliever Matt Bitzer allowed one run over the last two innings. His performance included striking out the side in a scoreless sixth.

Shortstop Noah Jones had three hits and two RBIs for the Black Knights, who allowed nine hits and nine walks.

OHS plays at Susquehanna Valley today.

Oneonta 12, Windsor 5

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Oneonta 170 220 x – 12 9 2

Calvin Whalen (L), Corey Kennedy and Mike Niggli. Noah Sheehan (W), Matt Bitzer (6) and Zach King, Peter Brunetta (6). 2B: Jake Conroy (W). 3B: Collin Neer (O).

CV-S 7, Franklin 2

Spencer Supak struck out 11 and walked three in a six-hitter as Cherry Valley-Springfield won a Tri-Valley League game on the road.

Supak helped himself offensively with three hits and two RBIs for the Patriots, who scored four times in the seventh.

Derek Beers triples, doubles, drove in a run and scored for Franklin (0-5, 0-5), which plays at Schenevus today.

C-VS 7, Franklin 2

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Franklin 101 000 0 – 2 6 2

Spencer Supak (W) and Tristan Fralick. Alex Brownell (L,0-2), Derek Beers (7) and Billy Davis. 2B: Justin Monahan (C), Derek Beers (F). 3B: Derek Beers (F).

Stamford 9, Downsville 4

Greg Mattice went 3-for-3 to lead Stamford to a home victory in the Delaware League.

Mattice scored two runs, drove in three and finished a triple shy of the cycle.

Indians starter Erik Ehrhart (2-0) struck out 13 and walked six in a three-hitter. He gave up a homer to left-center field to Colyn Bonadies with two out in the first inning, then shut out Downsville until the seventh.

Greg Keating and Geoff Mattice each contributed two hits and Matt Anderson scored four times for Stamford (5-2, 3-1), which plays at Gilboa today.

Stamford 9, Downsville 4

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Stamford 102 222 x – 9 10 0

Kevin Doig (L), Brad Dreher (4) and Dylan Fisk. Erik Ehrhart (W,2-0) and Greg Keating. 2B: Liam Fogarty (D), Greg Mattice (S), Greg Keating (S), Wade Tompkins (S). HR: Colyn Bonadies (D), Greg Mattice (S).

Roxbury 12, Davenport 11

Eric Shultis went 2-for-4, including an RBI double in the first inning, and scored three runs to lead Roxbury to a Delaware League victory at home.

Dakota Caronia (double) and Kyle Faraci had two hits apiece for the Rockets (5-2, 2-1), who host Jefferson today.

Paul Clark tripled and doubled for Davenport, which received two hits apiece from Brett Hedman and Cody Wamsley.

Roxbury (5-2, 2-1) hosts Jefferson today.

Roxbury 12, Davenport 11

Davenport 040 402 1 – 11 9 6

Roxbury 322 320 x – 12 11 9

Brett Hedman, Andrew Keil (3,L) and Cody Wamsley. Jacob Davis (W), Sam Nash (5) and Will Rendler. 2B: Paul Clark (D), Chris Clark (R), Eric Shultis (R), Dakota Caronia (R), Nick Hamil (R). 3B: Paul Clark (D).

Windham 9, Jefferson 6

Anthony Savasta tripled, doubled and singled to lead Windham to a Delaware League victory in its first home game in several seasons, Warriors coach Chad Goodfellow said.

Savasta finished 3-for-4 with five RBIs and two runs for Windham (4-2, 2-1), which received two hits and four runs from Michael Lennon.

The Warriors host Margaretville today.

Windham 9, Jefferson 6

Jefferson 020 102 1 - 6 4

Windham 104 202 x - 9 8

Aidan Cohane (W), Anthony Savasta (5) and N/A. Nick Smith (L), N/A and N/A. 2B: Anthony Savasta (R). 3B: Anthony Savasta (R).

Margaretville 9, SK 3

Winning pitcher Mitch Hull went 3-for-4 with three RBIs, two of which came in the first inning to lead Margaretville to a non-league victory.

Danny Conroy finished with three hits and Eric Mathiesen had two for the Blue Devils, who took a 9-0 lead into the sixth inning.

Hull struck out seven and walked three in six innings. He and Matt VanValkenburgh combined on a three-hitter.

Ty Palmatier had two hits for South Kortright, which received a double from Ryan Sluiter.

Margaretville (4-3,1-3) plays at Windham today.

Margaretville 9, SK 3

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Ryan Sluiter (L) and Dan Lutz. Mitch Hull (W,1-2), Matt VanValkenburg (7) and Cooper Reither, Kyle Short (7). 2B: Ryan Sluiter (S), Mitch Hull (M).

Deposit 15, Delhi 11

Zach Decker hit a two-run homer and finished with three RBIs to lead Deposit to a Midstate Athletic Conference road victory.

Zach Gifford finished with four hits, scored seven runs and drove in another for the Lumberjacks, who erased a 10-7 deficit with seven runs in the sixth.

Brandon Mole went 3-for-4 with three RBIs to lead Delhi, which received a triple and three runs from Ben Denison, as well as two hits from Tyler Dugan.

Deposit (2-7, 1-7) visits Greene on Monday.

Deposit 15, Delhi 11

Deposit 203 027 3 – 15 13 3

Delhi 350 020 1 – 11 8 3

Zach Gifford (W) and Trevor Stiles. Dylan Cumpston, Austin Gullow (L,5), Ben Denison (6) and Brian Hannigan, Tyler Cumpston (6). 2B: Brock Martin (Dep), Brandon Mole (Del). 3B: Ben Denison (Del). HR: Zach Decker (Dep).

GOLFat Leatherstocking GC

Michael Gardner’s 7-over-par 42 on the front nine of the Leatherstocking Golf Course led visiting Adirondack to a 183-211 win over Cooperstown.

Teddy Trosset’s 45 paced the Hawkeyes.

at Leatherstocking GC

Front nine, par-35

Team scores: Adirondack 183, Cooperstown 211

Adirondack: Michael Gardner 42, Taylor Althoff 45, Josh Howland 47, Jason Malard 49.

Cooperstown: Teddy Trosset 45, Matt Frevele 53, Liam Heneghan 55, Kyle Tallman 58.

TENNISOneonta 4, Seton CC 3

Emerson Kelby won at first singles for host Oneonta High, which swept doubles play for a STAC victory that marked the first loss of the season for Seton Catholic Central (6-1).

Kelby cruised to a 6-3, 6-0 win over Mike Perry at first singles.

The Yellowjackets (6-1, 3-1) also received doubles victories from Griffin Rule and Nicole van der Sommen, John Scott and Chris Lentner, and Emily Harter and Anissa Wilkens.

Oneonta 4, Seton CC 3

at Oneonta

Singles: Emerson Kelby (O) def. Mike Perry 6-3, 6-0; Liam Fontaine (S) def. Stijn van Pel 6-7, 7-5, 10-6; Ricky Miller (S) def. Aaron Earle-Richardson 6-4, 6-3; Alex Mccann (S) def. Boru Jerry Li 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles: Griffin Rule and Nicole van der Sommen (O) def. Matthew Cameron and Powell Wang 7-6, 6-4; John Scott and Chris Lentner (O) def. Rasheed Auguste and Andy Petroski 6-2, 4-6, 10-6; Emily Harter and Anissa Wilkens (O) def. Granville Moore and Patrick Sheridan 6-1, 6-1.

Margaretville 6, Roxbury 1

James Warner fought back from a 3-2 deficit to earn a 9-4 victory over Josh Riley at first singles, helping unbeaten Margaretville to a Delaware League win.

Dylan Shaffer, Brandon Belaski and Yair Sanchez also won singles matches for the Blue Devils (9-0), who host Stamford on Tuesday.

Margaretville 6, Roxbury 1

at Margaretville

Singles: James Warner (M) def. Josh Riley 9-4; Dylan Shaffer (M) def. Garret Hinkley 9-2; Brandon Belaski (M) def. Joe McAfee 9-7; Tristan Mulder (R) def. Michael Conroy 10-9 (7-1); Yair Sanchez (M) def. Kajus Normantas 9-3.

Doubles: Harrison Haynes and Annette Hogan (M) def. Katie Fairbairn and Emily Arvanete 9-3; Rhiannon Kearns and Lindsay Day (M) def. Jennifer Blunt and Cara Seuss 9-0.

Windham 7, Davenport 0

Malcolm Seaman’s 9-1 win over Lindsey Zeisler at first singles led visiting Windham to a Delaware League sweep.

The Warriors first doubles team of Luke Rasmussen and David Saunders contributed a 9-0 victory over Alyssa Hendrickson and Devin McMahon.

Windham (7-1) hosts Andes today.

Windham 7, Davenport 0

at Davenport

Singles: Malcolm Seamans def. Lindsey Zeisler 9-1; Jeremy Torres def. Bryce Kahout 9-1; Joe Pelham def. Kyle Moorby 9-2; Eddie Moran def. CJ Wyble 9-0; Tori Exum def. Taylor Rowe 9-0.

Doubles: Luke Rasmussen and David Saunders def. Alyssa Hendrickson and Devin McMahon 9-0; Oksana Korastil and Katie Pelham def. Bailey Gano and Effia McClintock 9-0.

Stamford 5, Davenport 2

Zac Foote’s 9-4 win over Lindsey Zeisler at first singles led host Stamford to a Delaware League victory Wednesday.

Stamford 5, Davenport 2

Wednesday at Stamford

Singles: Zac Foote (S) def. Lindsey Zeisler 9-4; Julia Adams (S) def. Bryce Kohout 9-2; Kyle Moorby (D) def. Russell Meehan 9-5; Jeff Sweezey (S) def. CJ Wyble 10-9 (8-6); Dakotah Smith (S) def. Keith Fiorello 9-0.

Doubles: Kim Freer and Naleah Meier (S) def. Taylor Roe and Alyssa Hendrickson 9-2; Effia McClintock and Bailey Gano (D) def. Rebekka Fox and Vera Powley 9-7.

B-G 3, Hancock 2

BenGabriel Gonzalez’s 6-2, 6-3 defeat of Mark White at first singles helped Bainbridge-Guilford to a road win in the MAC.

Skyler McKee contributed a 6-0, 6-1 win over Andrew Doerr at second singles for the Bobcats, who earned their third point via a forfeit at second doubles.

Hancock (0-4) hosts Greene today.

B-G 3, Hancock 2

at Hancock

Singles: BenGabriel Gonzalez (B) def. Mark White 6-2, 6-3; Skyler McKee (B) def. Andrew Doerr (H) 6-0, 6-1; Sam Ogazalek (H) def. Nate Hager (B) 6-3, 6-0

Doubles: Spencer Stevens and Thomas Petrutoni (H) def. Ross Glasmann and Travis Spray (B) 6-4, 6-1; Olivia Possemato and Sruthi Karthikeyan (B) won by forfeit.

Sidney 5, Walton 0

Nick Meno won at first singles, starting a sweep for visiting Sidney in the Midstate Athletic Conference on Wednesday.

Walton (1-3, 1-2) travels to Bainbridge-Guilford today.

Sidney 5, Walton 0

at Walton

Wednesday’s match

Singles: Nick Meno (S) def. Michael Freeman, 6-3, 6-2; Alex Morrow (S) def. Candice Caruso, 6-2, 6-2; Kwok Hing Chen (S) def. Amber Pierce, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: Daylon Barr and Andy Burpoe (S) def. Alex Ellerson and Joe Pomeroy, 6-0, 6-0; Jerrid Cubby and Riley MacPherson (S) won by forfeit.