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May 11, 2013

Kelby cruises, but OHS tennis falls

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Emerson Kelby’s 6-0, 6-0 first singles over Alexander Stewart represented Oneonta High’s lone win in a 6-1 Southern Tier Athletic Conference tennis loss at Norwich on Friday.

McKenna Rowe and Stijn van Pel nearly earned OHS a victory at first doubles. They lost, 6-1, 3-6, 11-9, to Danny Carson and Grant Brightman.

Norwich won the remainder of the matches in straight sets.

Oneonta (8-3) is 5-2 in STAC.

B-G 4, Hancock 1

Ben Gabriel Gonzalez and Skyler McKee won in straight sets at first and second singles, respectively, to lead host Bainbridge-Guilford in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

B-G (5-4) will travel to Walton on Monday.

LACROSSE

END 13, Oneonta 12

Sam Sherrill had six goals and three assists, but Elmira Notre Dame goalie Jake Rice denied him as time expired Thursday to give the host Crusaders a Section Four Conference victory.

The Yellowjackets, who finished with an 0-13 record, trailed by five at halftime and faced a 12-8 deficit when Joel Siedman scored early in the fourth quarter.

OHS answered with three straight goals. Sherrill scored one and assisted on goals by Luke Anderson.

But the Crusaders’ Jonas McCraig scored with 2:16 left to make it 13-11.

The Yellowjackets’ Jeremy Leary scored off an assist from Anderson with 32 seconds left. Leary then won the ensuing faceoff. Sherrill had two cracks at a tying goal. His first went just wide to the left and second was saved by Rice.

Anderson had two goals and two assists, Leary finished with three goals and an assist, and Jake Crotser had a goal and an assist.

“We had a lot of possessions and opportunities to score because of Jeremy Leary controlling faceoffs (in the fourth quarter),” OHS coach Jeff Armer wrote in an email to The Daily Star.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Wick recruits high scorer

The Post Star in Glens Falls reported Friday that Argyle senior point guard Joey Lufkin will play basketball for Hartwick College next season.

A 2,000-point scorer at the varsity level, Lufkin averaged 32.8 points during a 24-0 season for Argyle, which won its first Class D boys basketball state championship in March.

Lufkin earned MVP honors for the Class D state tournament and was selected as the Class D Player of the Year by the New York State Sports Writers Association.

CORRECTION

Track and Field

Unatego’s Katrina Clark, Michaela Reynolds, Mary Rommer and Taylor Reed won the girls 1,600-meter relay Wednesday during the Harbaugh Invitational at Delhi. Rommer and Reed replaced Lea and Hezel Haehnel, who were listed in the official results sent to The Daily Star on Wednesday night.