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December 19, 2012

Unatego wrestlers knock off B-G/A

STAFF REPORT

Bradey Been earned a pin at 220 pounds with six seconds left over Kevin Forrest to help Unatego to a 38-33 Midstate Athletic Conference victory over visiting Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton on Tuesday.

Been and Forrest were tied at the time of the pin.

“It’s definitely a big win for us,” third-year Unatego coach Mike Hamilton said. “It’s the first time we’ve beaten B-G/A since I’ve been here. It was a really hard-fought match between both teams. It was really exciting.”

Austin Ryan’s technical fall victory over Brett Hubbard at 126 pounds gave the Spartans a 38-27 lead. B-G/A received decision victories from Kevin Hubbard and Jesse Coleman at 132 and 138, respectively, to close the match, but it wasn’t enough.

Kevin Thayer and Ryan Marszal also earned key victories for the Spartans.

Thayer secured a takedown with two seconds left to beat Jamie Griswold, 7-5, at 152.

Marszal bumped up two weight classes to beat Mark Viviano, 9-6, at 195. Marszal took the lead with a five-point move with about 20 seconds left.

Unatego (4-0) will compete in the Owego Duals on Friday and Saturday.

Johnson City 66, Oneonta 18

Mel Ackley pinned Marshall Sherwood in 3:06 at 132 for Oneonta High’s lone win on the mat in its Southern Tier Athletic Conference loss at home.

Ackley was leading by six points at the time of the pin.

The Yellowjackets’ other two wins came by forfeits.

Oneonta will host the Friday Midnight Madness Tournament on Friday. Onteora, Oxford, Cooperstown, Mount Markham and Binghamton will compete in the tournament, which starts at 3:30 p.m.

Greene 46, Sidney 30

Greene received pins from Nate Banks, Brendon Wheeler, Braxton Howel, Dan Dickman and Christian Dietrich in its Midstate Athletic Conference road victory.

Dylan Gifford, Nick Jump and Alex Morrow had pins for Sidney, which will compete in the Cuneen-Doane Tournament on Saturday at Walton.

BOWLING

at Little Falls

Ryan Barrows strung together seven straight strikes in a 233 game and led Cooperstown with a 647 series, but Cooperstown’s lost, 5-0, to Little Falls in a Center State Conference match.

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