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October 16, 2013

Oneonta boys fall, 1-0, at Corning in STAC semi

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Jolene Krom made seven saves for the Warriors (9-5, 8-2), who will travel to Greene today for MAC crossover.

Kaitlynn Finch made four saves for Delhi, which held an 8-7 advantage in shots.

Franklin 2, Edmeston 0

Mariah McNeilly scored off a corner kick in the first half and Lacey Cox had a goal in the second to lead visiting Franklin in the Tri-Valley League.

McNeilly’s corner kick to the near was caught by Edmeston goalie Catherine Johnson, but Johnson fell across the goal line. It made the score, 1-0, 7 ½ minutes into play.

Cox penetrated Edmeston’s defense before scoring on a low shot to the far post with 25:46 left.

Johnson finished with nine saves for the Panthers, who finished their season at 4-10-1 overall and 3-9-1 in the league.

Unatego 6, Walton 0

Torri Halaquist finished with two goals and an assist to lead host Unatego to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Halaquist opened the scoring nine minutes in on a 20-yard shot after receiving a pass from Vita Guglielmetti. Halaquist scored again three minutes later on a 20-yard shot after receiving a pass from Emily Slawson.

Cassidy Newman, Mary Rommer, Courtney Bullis and Cambre Codington also scored for the Spartans, who held a 21-2 advantage in shots.

Lili Sinischalchi and Janine Belardi made seven and eight saves, respectively, for Walton.

Unatego (13-2, 10-0) will face host Unadilla Valley in the MAC championship game Friday.

VOLLEYBALL

Owego 3, Oneonta 0

Brittney Herrick finished with eight kills, four digs and three aces, but visiting Oneonta High fell, 25-15, 25-16, 25-19, in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.

Krissy Wells contributed 10 assists and Annie Nobiling finished with two blocks for the Yellowjackets.

Kim Lavender led undefeated Owego with eight kills and four aces. Teammate Carrie Farr contributed a match-high 22 assists.

Oneonta (10-3), which was swept twice by the Indians this season, will host its final home game against Chenango Valley on Thursday. Both teams will wear pink uniforms in an American Cancer Society Fundraiser.

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