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April 22, 2013

OHS' Jelic sets record in Windsor

(Continued)

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

CV-S 300 000 0 - 3 7 4

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.

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