The Daily Star, Oneonta, NY - otsego county news, delaware county news, oneonta news, oneonta sports

Local Sports

April 22, 2013

OHS' Jelic sets record in Windsor

(Continued)

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.”

Text Only
Local Sports

Additional Content
Join the Debate
Helium
Additional Resources
CNHI News Service
Poll

Do you plan to attend the Baseball Hall of Fame Induction?

Yes
No
Not sure
     View Results