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May 7, 2013

Cooperstown softball moves to 13-0

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Edmeston 10, Brookfield 5

Katlin Talbot, Sarah Lawrence, Savanna Fistrowicz and Madison Porter had two hits apiece for host Edmeston in its non-league victory.

The Panthers (13-1) will visit Morris today.

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at Walton

Downsville junior Antonio Gomes lowered his school records in the 100- and 200-meter dashes to lead Downsville to Tri-Valley League victories over Davenport/South Kortright, Andes and Franklin.

Gomes won the 100 in 11.4 seconds, breaking his mark of 11.6 set earlier this season. His 200 time of 22.9 broke his school mark of 23.2, also set earlier this season. Gomes also won the long jump (18 feet, 5 inches)

Downsville finished with 85 points. Davenport/SK had 62, followed by Andes (43) and Franklin (11).

Myles Liddell had three wins for the Eagles _ the triple jump (30-4), the high jump (5-2) and the 110 hurdles (20.3). Teammate Steven Casciola contributed wins in the shot put (38-8) and the discus (117-4).

Davenport/SK was led by Josh Wood, who won the 400 (56.8) and the 800 (2:17.4), and Sean O’Connor, who won the 1,600 (5:23.6) and the 3,200 (11:11.3).

On the girls side, Davenport/SK had 62 points to beat runner-up Franklin by six. Andes had 44 and Downsville finished with 31.

Sarah Haight and Kaitlyn Stinson swept the hurdles events for D/SK. Haight won the 100 hurdles in 18.6 and Stinson took the 400 hurdles in 1:13.4.

Jessie Downin led Franklin with wins in the 100 (13.8) and the 200 (29.5). Teammate Jessi McNeilly won the 800 and the 1,500.

Andes’ Cheyanne Weaver placed first in the shot put (27-0) and the discus (71-0).

Downsville will host the Eagles at 4:15 p.m. Friday at Walton.

at New York Mills

Emily Calkins won the 100, the 200 and the long jump to help Cooperstown’s to Center State Conference victories over Canastota and New York Mills.

Calkins won the 100 in 13.5, the 200 in 28.4 and long jumped 14-11 ½.

Cooperstown beat Canastota, 78-62, and downed the host school, 78-58.

Kristin Ratliff and Kesley Lent swept the hurdles events for Cooperstown. Ratliff won the 100 hurdles in 17.2 and Lent won the 400 hurdles in 1:13.6.

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