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September 16, 2013

Davenport sweeps Cup titles

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Mancuso completed the three-mile course in 16 minutes, 49 seconds. OHS finished with 122 points, two behind third place Corinth. Greenwich won with 63.

Sam Baskin and Jacob DePauw finished 12th and 19th, respectively, for the Yellowjackets. Baskin crossed in 17:08 and DePauw finished in 17:43.

“Logan ran 30 seconds faster than last year,” OHS coach Dan Forbes said. “Everyone back from last year improved, both boys and girls. I liked the grouping of our top three guys.”

Missy Emilio’s 15th-place paced Oneonta’s girls, who finished 10th with 241 points. Greenwich won with 23.

Emilio finished in 21:30 – 24 seconds ahead of teammate Jamie McKeown, who placed 18th. Nika Ficano placed 21st for OHS, crossing in 22:07.

Oneonta will compete in the New Hartford Invitational on Saturday.

Chittenango Invitational

Freshman Samantha Fanion finished third in the Girls Varsity 3 race to lead Cooperstown to fourth out of 17 teams Saturday at the Chittenango Invitational at Jamesville Beach County Park.

Fanion completed the 3.1-mile course in 20:33.1. Teammate Kristin Ratliff crossed 1.1 seconds later to place fourth out of 169 runners.

Cooperstown scored 138 points as a team. Beaver River won the team title with 55 points. Hannibal’s McKenzie Mattison won in 20:15.4.

Jacob Lansing placed 65th in 19:24.2 to lead Cooperstown’s boys, who finished last out of 16 teams with 453 points. Sauquoit Valley won the team crown with 108 points. Proctor’s Zakaria Adam topped the field of 209 boys with a 16:20.2 over the 3.1-miler.

Cooperstown hosts Clinton, Hamilton, Remsen and Sherburne-Earlville on Wednesday.

FIELD HOCKEY

Tioga 4, Walton 0

Taylor Ayers scored unassisted eight minutes into play and had two more goals and an assist in the second half Saturday to lead host Tioga (2-2) to a Section Four non-division victory.

Emily Bartlett had four saves and Sam Bowker stopped five shots for Walton (1-3), which hosts Sidney on Tuesday.

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