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April 22, 2013

OHS' Jelic sets record in Windsor

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Oneonta High senior Jennifer Jelic and Sidney’s boys 1,600-meter relay team set meet- and school-records Saturday in leading their respective teams to second-place finishes in the N.Y./Pa. Invitational at Windsor.

In a loaded 400 hurdles field, Jelic took down Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton’s Julia Knapp and Union-Endicott’s Kathy Cadet, and broke a 25-year-old school record in the process.

“An outstanding, aggressive 400 hurdles,” OHS coach Dave Forbes said in describing Jelic’s win. “She took off, she was solid of out the blocks and never misstepped a hurdle.

“Cadet and Knapp didn’t fade,” he continued. “Jen just looked so strong. She never slowed down all the way to the end.”

Jelic crossed in 1 minute, 4.98 seconds. That beat the meet record of 1:05.87 set by Cadet last season and the school record of 1:06.8 set by Jill Hurley in 1988.

“It’s definitely one of the older ones,” Forbes said of the mark Hurley set during the Reagan administration. “Jen has been close to it. She just ran a perfect race (Saturday).”

Knapp, a sophomore who has twice placed in the 400 hurdles at the state meet, finished second in 1:06.36. Cadet crossed 1:06.46.

“It’s such a drastic drop in time that it’s hard to predict the future,” Forbes said when asked what kind of Jelic could run before season’s end.

Jelic, who had never cracked 1:07 in the event, helped the Yellowjackets to 62 points. Elmira won the 26-team tournament with 70.

Oneonta’s 1,600 relay team of Abby Picinich, Mary Buzzanca, Jelic and Missy Emilio finished first in 4:19.45.

Running the third leg, Jelic received the baton in third place. After running a 1:03 split, she handed off to Emilio with the Jackets in first place, and Emilio also ran a 1:03 to give OHS a three-second win over Elmira.

The Yellowjackets also received second-place finishes from Picinich in the 200 (28.31) and Natalie Vanderlaan-Meyering in the high jump (4 feet, 10 inches).

B-G/A finished tied for fifth with U-E in the team standings with 45 points.

Knapp won the long jump, covering 16-1, and finished second in the 100 hurdles. She finished in 15.63, just off Cadet’s winning time of 15.57.

She also helped the Bears’ 400 relay team to victory, joining Christina Bochicchio, Katrina Ross and Miltilda Knapp. They crossed in 52.47 to just beat U-E, which finished in 52.97.

Unatego’s Katrina Clark and Sidney’s Samantha Mullineaux also had second-place finishes. Clark finished a tight 800 race just behind Elmira’s Khiera Ashley, who crossed in 2:26.86. Clark was timed in 2:27.02.

“She wasn’t leading at all, but she ran a really good race,” Unatego coach Mike Hamilton said of Clark.

Mullineaux put the shot 34-11 ½. Binghamton’s Alexis Daniels won at 36-6.

On the boys side, Sidney finished with 60 points _ 18 behind winner Vestal.

The Warriors were led by their 1,600 relay team of Ethan Green, Dean Howard, Hunter Sowersby and Austin McCarroll. That quartet crossed in 3:31.50 to break the meet record of 3:31.70 set by Wyalusing in 2007 and Sidney’s school mark of 3:32.5 set in 1993.

“To run that kind of a time this early in the year, we still have a month-and-a-half before sectionals, it puts us in position to have a really legitimate shot of going to states this year,” first-year Sidney coach Paul Sims said.

McCarroll had the fastest split of 51.7.

Sidney also received a victory from its 400 relay team of Mike Ward, Green, Nate Magnussen and Sowersby. The Warriors finished in 46.24 and their 3,200 relay squad of Howard, Thomas Hoskins, Cole Matthews and McCarroll placed second in 8:49.00.

“If you look at our three relays, that shows a lot of depth,” Sims said.

McCarroll also finished third in the 800 in an impressive early-season time of 2:00.26. Norwich’s Matt Murray won in a meet-record 1:54.87.

Unatego senior David VanAlstine placed first in the 100, finishing in 11.61. He just held off Auburn’s Stephan McGee, who finished in 11.65.

“He had a good start,” Hamilton said of VanAlstine. “He pretty much led the whole way, but it got pretty close.”

The area’s other winning performance belonged to B-G/A’s Pedro Aparacio, who won the shot put with a distance of 48-2 ½. Teammate Chris Puerile finished second at 44-11 ¼ and Sidney’s Austin Dean was third at 44-10.

Oneonta High’s Mitchel Couch placed second in the discus at 138-3. Montrose’s John Lawson won at 139-6 and Sidney’s Dean was third at 129-5.

OHS will compete Friday in the Ithaca Relays. Unatego has a home meet Tuesday, when Sidney will travel to Delhi.

NY/PA Invitational

Saturday at Windsor

Winners and area athletes who finished in the top six

Boys team scores: Vestal 78, Sidney 60, Horsheads 42, Trumansburg 39, Susquehanna Valley 32, Auburn 30, Norwich 30, Montrose 29, Oneonta 28, Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton 22, Harpursville 19, Greene 18, Unatego 18, Deposit 18, Elmira 16, Windsor 15, Union-Endicott 14, Chenango Forks 14, Chenango Valley 13, Owego 10, Solvay 8, Walton 4, Johnson City 4, Binghamton 0, Susquehanna, Pa., 0, Seton Catholic Central 0.

100 meters: 1, David VanAlstine (Unatego) 11.61; 6, Aaron Murphy (Oneonta) 11.94.

200: 1, Jeremy Flohr (Greene) 23.66; 6, Hunter Sowersby (Sidney) 24.34.

400: 1, Brian Jennings (Vestal) 51.42.

800: 1, Matt Murray (Norwich) 1:54.87 (meet record; old record of 1:57.43 set by Chad Noelle of Greene in 2010); 3, Austin McCarroll (Sidney) 2:00.26; 4, Ben Gollin (Oneonta) 2:02.68.

1,600: Matt Murray (Norwich) 4:34.14; 4, Dean Howard (Sidney ) 4:43.30.

3,200: 1, Parrish Bridges (Owego) 10:21.46; 3, Logan Mancuso (Oneonta) 10:32.49; 4, Alex Fox (Oneonta) 10:56.43.

3,000 steeplechase: 1, Justin Middleton (Auburn) 10:07.98; 4, Adam Bauerle (B-G/A) 10:51.51; 5, Chase Northrop (Sidney) 11:23.04.

110 hurdles: 1, Dylan Hunt (Vestal) 16.55.

400 hurdles: 1, Justin Earnest (Horseheads) 58.33; 6, James Longo (Oneonta) 1:02.66.

400 relay: 1, Sidney (Mike Ward, Ethan Green, Nate Magnussen, Hunter Sowersby) 46.24.

1,600 relay: 1, Sidney (Ethan Green, Dean Howard, Hunter Sowersby, Austin McCarroll) 3:31.50 (meet record; old record of 3:31.70 set by Wyalusing in 2007. School record; old record of 3:32.5 set in 1993); 4, Oneonta (Scott Conrade, Ben Gollin, Mat Robinson, James Longo) 3:42.21; 6, Unatego (Jasper Humphries, Troy White, Alex White, David VanAlstine) 3:45.28.

3,200 relay: 1, Chenango Forks 8:29.39; 2, Sidney (Dean Howard, Thomas Hoskins, Cole Matthews, Austin McCarroll) 8:49.00; 3, Unatego (Brett Humphries, Alex White, Troy White, Cody Manzanero) 8:55.58.

Long jump: 1, Mike Egotanda (Vestal) 20-2; 4, Nate Magnussen (Sidney) 19-4.

Triple jump: 1, Sean Callahan (Susquehanna Valley) 40-8; 3, Austin McCarroll (Sidney) 40-2 ½.

High jump: 1, Robert Scherb (Horseheads) 5-10.

Shot put: 1, Pedro Aparacio (B-G/A) 48-2 ¼; 2, Chris Puerile (B-G/A) 44-11 ¼; 3, Austin Dean (Sidney) 44-10; 6, Collin Brandl (Sidney) 41-2 ½.

Discus: 1, John Lawson (Montrose) 139-6; 2, Mitchel Couch (Oneonta) 138-3; 6, Austin Dean (Sidney) 129-5.

Pole vault: 1, Nick Baxter (Windsor) 12-0; 6, Chase Northrop (Sidney) 10-6 ½.

Girls team scores: Elmira 70, Oneonta 62, Vestal 56, Horseheads 53, Binghamton 49, Union-Endicott 45, Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton 45, Auburn 34, Montrose 30.5, Windsor 20, Seton Catholic Central 18, Sidney 14, Unatego 13, Susquehanna Valley 10, Johnson City 8, Norwich 8, Chenango Forks 7, Susquehanna, Pa., 6, Solvay 6, Chenango Valley 4, Walton 2 ½, Deposit 0, Harpursville 0, Greene 0, Owego 0, Trumasburg 0.

100 meters: 1, Maggie Doyle (Auburn) 12.95; 5, Mitilda Knapp (B-G/A) 13.55.

200: 1, Jasmine Howard (Binghamton) 28.00; 2, Abby Picinich (Oneonta) 28.31.

400: 1, Allison Lewis (Montrose) 1:00.94; 4, Mary Buzzanca (Oneonta) 1:04.3; 5, Kim Kehr (Walton) 1:04.39.

800: 1, Khiere Ashley (Elmira) 2:26.86; 2, Katrina Clark (Unatego) 2:27.02; 3, Missy Emilio (Oneonta) 2:30.47.

1,500: 1, Maddie Zeitz (Windsor) 4:52.20; 3, Taylor Hitchcock (Oneonta) 5:02.81.

3,000: 1, Abbey Wheeler (Elmira) 10:42.00; 4, Taylor Hitchcock (Oneonta) 11:35.13.

2,000 steeplechase: 1, Destiny Parks (Auburn) 7:56.41; 3, Daphne Knapp (B-G/A) 8:28.30.

100 hurdles: 1, Kathy Cadet (Union-Endicott) 15.57; 2, Julia Knapp (B-G/A) 15.57; 4, Jennifer Jelic (Oneonta) 16.52.

400 hurdles: 1, Jennifer Jelic (Oneonta) 1:04.98 (meet record; old record of 1:05.87 set by Union-Endicott’s Kathy Cadet. School record; old record of 1:06.8 set by Jill Hurley in 1988); 2, Julia Knapp (Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton) 1:06.36; 6, Lea Haehnel (Unatego) 1:13.96.

400 relay: 1, Union-Endicott 52.47; 2, Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton (Christina Bochicchio, Katrina Ross, Miltilda Knapp, Julia Knapp) 52.74.

1,600 relay: 1, Oneonta (Abby Picinich, Mary Buzzanca, Jennifer Jelic, Missy Emilio) 4:19.45; 5, Unatego (Lea Haehnel, Hezel Haehnel, Michaela Reynolds, Katrina Clark) 4:32.10.

3,200 relay: 1, Elmira 9:51.75 (meet record; old record of 9:57.44 set in 2011); 5, Sidney (Kelsey Ruling, Faith Monaghan, Bethany Karl, Rachel Gibbs) 11:37.96.

Long jump: 1, Julia Knapp (B-G/A) 16-1.

Triple jump: 1, Megan Casler (Horseheads) 33-8.

High jump: 1, Kari Stromhaug (Vestal) 5-2; 2, Natalie Vanderlaan-Meyering (Oneonta) 4-10; 5, Michaela Reynolds (Unatego) 4-8.

Shot put: 1, Alexis Daniels (Binghamton) 36-6; 2, Samantha Mullineaux (Sidney) 34-11 ½; 4, Bethany Karl (Sidney) 32-7 ½; 5, Michelle-Lee St. Marthe (Oneonta) 30-9 ¼; 6, Betsy Holden (B-G/A) 30-8.

Discus: 1, Helen Merriwether (Vestal) 97-0.

Pole vault: 1, Kari Stromhaug (Vestal) 11-9; T6, Shyla Rathmel (Walton) 7-0.

Tri-Valley Relays

Tyler McDermott and Connor Goguen set a school record in the discus relay Friday at Edmeston, helping the Cherry Valley-Springfield boys to a tie for first place with Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris during the Tri-Valley League Relays.

McDermott and Goguen won at 217 feet, 3 inches for the Patriots, who finished with 76 points.

CV-S also won the 800 relay (1:37.70), the 3,200 relay (9:21.70) and the triple jump relay (76-8).

GMUM placed first in four events as well, winning the 400 relay (46.20), the 6,400 relay (21:19.78), the distance medley relay (12:17.10) and the long jump relay (37-5.5).

GMUM also tied for first in the girls event, scoring 62 points to match Milford.

Christina Hawkins and Mariah Goodwin won the shot put relay (56-2.25) and the discus relay (166-10.75) for GMUM, which also took the distance medley relay (15:15.60).

Milford crossed first in the 6,400 relay (27:58.94) and the sprint medley relay (4:49.68).

Rachel Murello and Sophia Barnes tied a school record in the high jump relay (8-6) for Laurens, which placed third with 60 points.

Tri-Valley Relays

Friday at Edmeston

BOYS

Team scores: 1, Cherry Valley-Springfield 76; T1, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris 76; 3, Edmeston 64; 4, Milford 35; 5, Laurens 33; 6, Downsville 24; 7, Davenport/South Kortright 18; 8, Richfield Springs 16; 9, Schenevus/Worcester 12; 10, Andes 10; 11, Franklin 4; T11, Stamford 4.

400 relay: GMUM (Justin Cole, Eddie Cotton, Lucas Seneck, Aidan Staib) 46.20.

800 relay: CV-S (Ben Drugatz, Isiah Montgomery, Noah Russo, Nick Mills) 1:37.70.

1,600 relay: Edmeston (Grey Bennis, Jacob Tomlins, Tom McGroder, Eli Madison) 3:54.41.

3,200 relay: CV-S (Kyle Jaquay, Elijah Lyon, Ethan Drugatz, Ben Drugatz) 9:21.70.

6,400 relay: GMUM (Fred Schwarzhans, James Mealey, Shane Harrington, Cameron Grant-Hill) 21:19.78.

Distance medley relay: GMUM (Jacob Macduff, James Mealey, Shane Harrington, Cameron Grant-Hill) 12:17.10.

Sprint medley relay: Edmeston (Eli Madison, Sam Madison, Tom McGroder, Jacob Tomlins) 4:05.50.

Long jump relay: GMUM (Eddie Cotton, Justin Cole) 37-5.5.

Triple jump relay: CV-S (Dustin Collins, Kevin Doubleday) 76-8.

Shot put relay: Edmeston (Grey Bennis, Eli Madison) 80-6.

Discus relay: x-CV-S (Tyler McDermott, Connor Goguen) 217-3.

High jump relay: RS (Bryan Hill, Nathaniel J.) 10-6.

GIRLS

Team scores: 1, Milford 62; T1, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris 62; 3, Laurens 60; 4, Richfield Springs 42; 5, Cherry Valley-Springfield 30; 6, Edmeston 26; T6, Stamford 26; 8, Schenevus/Worcester 25; 9, Andes 14; 10, Davenport/South Kortright 11; 11, Franklin 10; 12, Downsville 2.

400 relay: RS (Tessa Buck, Morgan Sylvester, Petra Peretin, Christina Gurley) 55.46.

800 relay: Edmeston (Sydney Murray, Madison Kline, Kaylee Schworm, Amanda Tersigni) 2:02.23.

1,600 relay: RS (Tessa Buck, Morgan Sylvester, Petra Peretin, Christina Gurley) 4:32.70.

3,200 relay: S/W (Jamie Thompson, Sarah Mellor, Mimi Teft, Cierra Ralph) 11:37.50.

6,400 relay: Milford (Keira Higgins, Lizette Holiday, Gabby Sickler, Lia Solensten) 27:58.94.

Distance medley relay: GMUM (Angela Beers, Meghan Meers, Olivia Leboffe, Emily Leboffe) 15:15.60.

Sprint medley relay: Milford (Lia Solensten, Keira Higgins, Alyssa Quick, Hannah Saggese) 4:49.68.

Long jump relay: Laurens (Marian Pollack, Heather White) 24-3.

Triple jump relay: RS (Tessa Buck, Petra Peretin) 57-6.5.

Shot put relay: GMUM (Christina Hawkins, Mariah Goodwin) 56-2.25.

Discus relay: GMUM (Christina Hawkins, Mariah Goodwin) 166-10.75.

High jump relay: t-Laurens (Rachel Murello, Sophia Barnes) 8-6.

t-ties school record

x-school record

BASEBALLUnatego splits

Host Unatego followed an 8-5 loss to Valley Stream South with a 6-1 victory over Prince Edward Collegiate Institute of Canada in non-league games Saturday.

Kellen Komenda, Jon Wingate and Tyler Butler had two hits apiece for the Spartans in their loss to Valley Stream South.

Wingate went 3-for-4 and Komenda was 2-for-3 in Unatego’s win over PECI.

Unatego (8-3) will host Greene today.

Valley Stream South 8, Unatego 5

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Unatego 000 400 1 _ 5 7 4

Donnelly (W), Garot (6) and Providence. Phil Youngs (L,0-1), Derek Liner (5), Jon Wingate (7) and Lucas DeJoy. 2B: Jon Wingate (U), Tyler Butler (U).

Unatego 6, Prince Edward 1

Prince Edward 000 001 0 _ 1 5 3

Unatego 200 013 x _ 6 10 1

Gallow (L), McPherson (4), Kelly (6) and McQuaid. Alex Walley (W,2-0), Josh Feyerabend (6) and Tanner Winchester. 3B: Gallow (PE).

Lew Bennett Tournament

Sidney lost, 5-2, to Oneida and then fell, 12-4, to Rome on Saturday in the Lew Bennett Tournament at DeLutis Field in Rome.

Matt Fischer and Damian Zimmer had two hits apiece for the Warriors, who led, 2-0, heading into the sixth inning.

Oneida scored three times in the sixth and two more in the seventh.

Against Rome, Zimmer had three hits to pace Sidney.

Sidney scored all four of its runs in the first two innings against Zackary Rotundo. Joe Izzo relieved in the third and threw five shutout innings.

Michael Jensen had three hits, and Spencer Kahler and Jeff Cooke had two hits apiece for the Black Knights.

Sidney will travel to Deposit today.

Oneida 5, Sidney 2

LEW BENNETT TOURNAMENT

Oneida 000 003 2 – 5 5 2

Sidney 200 000 0 – 2 9 1

Brandon Inmen (W), Mitch Cavanagh (7) and Kyle George. Zak Green, Nate McDonald (L, 5) and Pat Vibbard. 2B: Drew Mullinder (O), Dylan Cafalone (O).

Rome Free Academy 12, Sidney 4

LEW BENNETT TOURNAMENT

Sidney 310 000 0 – 4 8 1

Rome 050 232 0 – 12 12 2

Jordan Constable (L), Jon Gorshack (4), Damian Zimmer (6) and Pat Vibbard. Zackary Rotundo, Joe Izzo (3) and Anthony Pacicca. 2B: Michael Jensen ( R), Jeff Cooke ( R), Adam Chmielewski ( R), Eddie Campos ( R).

SOFTBALLCooperstown wins twice

Nicole Cring homered and threw a four-hitter in Cooperstown’s 5-2 win over Stockbridge Valley and then struck out 13 in a six-hitter as Cooperstown beat St. Lawrence, 2-1, en route to winning MVP honors in the Mudville Tournament on Saturday.

Cooperstown improved to 5-0, knocking off two squads that came into Saturday with perfect records.

“We beat two quality teams yesterday,” Cooperstown coach Dave Bliss said.

Against perennial Section Three Class D power Stockbridge Valley, Cring homered to second in the second inning to give Cooperstown a 1-0 lead.

Cooperstown scored four times in the fourth inning to extend its lead to 5-0. Maggie Hall led off with a triple and scored on Lexi Duda’s single. Jen Flynn contributed an RBI single in the inning.

Cring finished 2-for-3. She also had six strikeouts and walked two.

“Our defense played very well,” Bliss said. “They made a lot of plays behind her.”

Versus defending Section 10 Class C champion St. Lawrence, Cooperstown scored single runs in the first and fourth innings. In the first inning, Hall tripled and scored on Duda’s double.

In the fourth inning, Catherine Borgstrom had an RBI single.

Cooperstown (5-0) will travel to Westmoreland today.

Cooperstown 5, Stockbridge Valley 2

MUDVILLE TOURNAMENT

Cooperstown 010 400 0 _ 5 7 1

S. Valley 000 020 0 _ 2 4 1

Nicole Cring (W) and Erin Hascup. Justiss Usborne (L) and Tiffany Jacobs. 2B: Christina Noto (Coop). 3B: Maggie Hall (Coop), Tiffany Jacobs (S). HR: Nicole Cring (Coop).

Cooperstown 2, St. Lawrence 1

MUDVILLE TOURNAMENT

Cooperstown 100 100 0 _ 2 5 1

St. Lawrence 000 001 0 _ 1 6 1

Nicole Cring (W) and Erin Hascup. L. Thayer (L), N/A (7) and Agarus. 2B: Grow (S), Lexi Duda (Coop). 3B: Maggie Hall (Coop).

MVP: Cring.

SS 9, CV-S 3

Marjie Entrolezo had three hits and three RBIs for host Sharon Springs, which won a non-league game Friday.

Sarah Green struck out 10 for Sharon Springs (1-5), which received two hits and two RBIs from Renee Handy.

Kylie Graham and Jessica Carson had two hits apiece for Cherry Valley-Springfield (2-4).

SS 9, CV-S 3

Friday’s game

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Sharon Springs 321 003 x - 9 10 0

Maddie Archer (L) and Jessica Carson. Sarah Green (W) and VanArsdal.

LACROSSEDyrden 23, Oneonta 11

Sam Sherrill had four goals, and Jeremy Leary finished a goal and five assists for Oneonta High, which lost a Section Four Lacross League game on the road Friday.

Luke Anderson, Sherrill and Joe Ignone scored in the first quarter for the Yellowjackets, who trailed, 4-3, after one period.

The Lions then outscored Oneonta, 8-3, in the second quarter. Matt Federation scored three of his five goals in the second quarter for Dryden.

“Basically, the same things are hurting us,” Yellowjackets coach Jeff Armer said of his 0-7 squad. “We’re having trouble clearing the ball and groundballs are hurting us as well. We’re not winning the groundball battle at all.”

Anderson had two goals and one assist for OHS, which will travel to Owego on Tuesday.

Dryden 23, Oneonta 11

Oneonta 3 3 4 1 _ 11

Dryden 4 8 4 7 _ 23

Oneonta (0-7): Luke Anderson 2-1, Jeremy Leary 1-5, Sam Sherrill 4-0, John Gell 1-1, Jake Crotser 1-0, Joe Ignone 1-0, Mitchell Spaziani 1-0.

Dryden: Brad Hinman 1-0, Ross Cole 3-0, Joe DeLucia 5-2, Jordan Zehr 2-2, Matt Federation 5-0, Eric Dardia 4-0, Duran Joyce 2-0, Jake Czapranski 1-0.

Goalies: Joe Sherrill (O) 13, Dalton Sheehan 3; Nate Walker (D) 8.

TENNISSeton CC 5, Sidney 2

Riley MacPherson and Jared Cubby teamed for 6-4, 6-0 victory at second doubles in Sidney’s non-league road loss Saturday.

Seton CC 5, Sidney 2

at Seton CC

Singles: Mike Perry (SCC) def. Nick Meno, 6-2, 6-3; Liam Fontaine (SCC) def. Alex Morrow, 6-0, 6-1; Ricky Miller (SCC) def. Daylon Barr, 6-1, 6-1; Alex McCann (SCC) def. Bryant Gray, 6-1, 6-2.

Doubles: Bijan Kashani and Powell Wang (SCC) def. Kwok Hlng Chen and Andy Burpoe, 6-7, 6-0, 6-4; Riley MacPherson and Jared Cubby (Sid) def. Granville Moore and Andy Petroski, 6-4, 6-0; Geoff Peck and Gregory Connor (Sid) won by default.