In 2006, then Sidney senior Katelyn Guerriere earned a state title in the 55 hurdles with a time of 8.46. Guerriere also went on to compete at the Division I level, running for James Madison University.
Knapp also finished third in the long jump at 16 feet, 4 ¼ inches.
Sidney’s Samantha Mullineaux placed second in the shot put with a distance of 34-11 ½.
On the boys side, Oneonta High’s Ben Gollin and B-G/A’s Pedro Aparacio earned a pair of third-place finishes. Gollin finished third in the 1,600, crossing in 4:32.58.
Aparacio was third in the shot put at 42-6 ½.
Oxford 59, B-G 52
Andrew Golden’s game-high 32 points paced host Oxford to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Cameron Heggie contributed 14 points for the Blackhawks, who led 34-21, at halftime.
Austin Bauerle scored 21 points to lead Bainbridge-Guilford, which received 15 points from Corbin Palmer.
Frontier League Championships
Cooperstown placed fifth out of 15 teams in Saturday’s Frontier League Championships at Holland Patent.
The Redskins received second-place finishes from their 200-yard medley relay team and from Sean Mebust.
Aaron Idelson, Matt Frevele, Luke Zenir and Sean Mebust comprised the relay team that touched in 1 minute, 59.97 seconds.
Mebust completed the 100 freestyle in 52.08 seconds.
Cooperstown, which went 7-1 during its dual meet season, will next compete in sectionals. The diving competition is Feb. 9 and swimming begins Feb. 14.
Senior setter Katie Booan broke Cooperstown’s record for all-time assists Saturday, when she helped the host Redskins to a second-place finish in their five-team tournament.
All-tournament selection Booan amassed 47 assists to finish the day with 1,315 at the varsity level, surpassing the Redskins record of 1,273 set by Kim Armstrong from 2006-09.
Earlier in the week, Booan broke Armstrong’s record of 36 assists in one match with 37 against Sauquoit Valley.
Erin Hascup contributed 33 digs Saturday, Caroline Leonard had 17 kills and Brooke Liner finished with 16 kills for Cooperstown, which finished 6-2 after splitting games against tournament champion Stockbridge Valley (7-1) and third-place Jordan-Elbridge (4-4). Mohawk (2-6) and Blessed Virgin Mary Academy (1-7) also competed.
The Redskins (8-3) play at Hamilton today and visit Sauquoit Valley on Wednesday, then close their regular season this Saturday with a home match against Hamilton.