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February 11, 2013

Sidney boys rout Oxford to advance


Upper Delaware Division champion Davenport closes its regular season at Downsville today, then plays undefeated South Kortright – the state’s top-ranked team in Class D – in the DL crossover at 5:30 p.m. Friday at SUNY Delhi.

SK is 4-1 against Davenport in the last five crossovers, including the last three in a row.

Downsville 31, Gilboa 26

Kaileen Townsend scored a game-high 14 points and Ashley Bivens grabbed 15 rebounds as Downsville won at home in the Delaware League.

Townsend scored nine points in the fourth quarter, when she went 7-for-11 from the foul line to help the Eagles (8-8, 7-7) secure the victory.

Brooke Koerner’s 10 points paced the Wildcats, who took a 13-11 lead into halftime.

Downsville hosts Davenport tonight.


Section Three Class C

Cooperstown’s Aaron Idelson won the Section Three Class C diving championship Saturday at Mexico.

Idelson scored a personal-best 331.80 points with his 11 dives and placed sixth among Class B and C divers. Including Class A divers, who competed at a different venue, Idelson placed finished 11th overall in the section.

By finishing in the top 12, Idelson advanced to the Section Three State Qualifiers, which are set for this Saturday at Hamilton College.

Idelson will also compete with his Cooperstown teammates in the Section Three Class C Championship Swimming Meet on Thursday in New Hartford.


Section Four Championships

Three Oneonta High girls rolled 200 games Saturday at Mid-Way Lanes in Vestal as the Yellowjackets placed fourth out of seven teams during the Section Four Class B Championships.

Cami Cleveland’s 216 paced OHS, which got a 213 from Caryn Balnis and a 204 from Amy Hait. Emily Loucks contributed a 196 and a 195 for the Jackets, who finished with a pinfall of 2,623.

Chenango Valley won the team title at 2,887, followed by Windsor (2,831) and Waverly (2,663).

Marina Mazzarella’s 192 led Sidney to a fourth-place finish (2,297 pins) in the Class C championships, which was won by Watkins Glen. Sam Vandermark’s 187 paced Walton, which finished last in the eight-team event with 1,662 pins.

Maya Cliffe’s 438 series led Bainbridge-Guilford to a fifth in Class D, with 1,800 pins. Afton rounded out the seven-team tournament with 966. Elmira Notre Dame won at 2,326.

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