Riley Lorenz, Emerson Kelby and Luke Mancuso won singles matches Monday as the Oneonta High boys tennis team remained undefeated with a 4-3 Southern Tier Athletic Conference victory at Maine-Endwell.

Kyle McCue and Alex Levenstein contributed a 6-2, 6-4 triumph at first doubles for the Yellowjackets (8-0, 8-0), who won their second straight match by a 4-3 margin. On Friday, OHS downed Owego at Wilber Park.

Lorenz beat first-singles foe Tim Miller, 6-0, 7-5; seventh-grader Kelby earned a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Ben Liu at second singles; and Mancuso downed Adam Wage, 6-0, 6-2, at fourth singles. All three OHS winners are 8-0 this season, as is Levenstein.

Kelby's victory clinched the team win for the Jackets, who lost two doubles matches in third-set tiebreakers.

STAC Central Division leader Oneonta is at Windsor today. According to the website www.stacshowcase.com, Owego (7-2) is second in the Central, followed by Susquehanna Valley (5-4), Maine-Endwell (5-4) and Johnson City (2-7).

Windsor (4-2) is second in the STAC's East Division, which is led by Seton Catholic (5-3).

Oneonta 4, M-E 3

at Maine-Endwell

Singles: Riley Lorenz (O) def. Tim Miller, 6-0, 7-5; Emerson Kelby (O) def. Ben Liu, 6-4, 6-3; Joe Brenon (M) def. Josh Moss, 6-0, 7-5; Luke Mancuso (O) def. Adam Wage, 6-0, 6-2.

Doubles: Kyle McCue and Alex Levenstein (O) def. Brian Hansen and Tyler Vallet, 6-2, 6-4; Ben Conroy and Aaron Weintraub (M) def. Keith Toombs and Dan Joseph, 6-4, 6-7 (8), 10-3; Mark Gustation and Josh Gumaer (M) def. TJ O'Connor and Kevin Burns, 6-4, 4-6, 10-7.

Sidney 4, Hancock 1

A Midstate Athletic Conference winning streak that started early in the 2004 season reached 66 matches with Sidney's home victory.

Josh Edwards improved to 9-0 on the season with a 6-0, 6-0 second-singles victory over Matt Menhenett. Evan Eliason won by the same score over Ryan Hazen at third singles to run his record to 6-0.

In a matchup of unbeatens at first singles, Hancock's Paul Hartz defeated Frank Vanca, 6-1, 6-1. The Warriors (9-0) travel to Hancock today.

Sidney 4, Hancock 1

at Sidney

Singles: Paul Hartz (H) def. Frank Vanca, 6-1, 6-1; Josh Edwards (S) def. Matt Menhenett, 6-0, 6-0; Evan Eliason (S) def. Ryan Hazen, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: Rob McLean and Bryan Herbig (S) def. Keith Haskell and Mark White, 6-2, 6-0; Brian Kazalski and Joe Morris (S) def. Brody Possemato and Paul Warner, 6-3, 6-0.

B-G 3, Delhi 2

Cody Woods' 6-3, 6-1 second-singles victory over Lorenz Kottmiere helped host Bainbridge-Guilford to a MAC victory. Delhi's Geoff Hartmann earned a 6-4, 6-2 win over Zane Foott at first singles. B-G (4-5) travels to Sidney on Friday.

B-G 3, Delhi 2

at Bainbridge-Guilford

Singles: Geoff Hartmann (D) def. Zane Foott, 6-4, 6-2; Cody Woods (B) def. Lorenz Kottmiere, 6-3, 6-1; Brendon MacIntosh (D) def. Louis Whitehead, 6-2, 6-1.

Doubles: Lukas Winn and Jin Hyeong Kim (B) forfeit; Kyle Werth and Dylan Whaley (B) forfeit.

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at Colonial Ridge

A birdie-birdie start helped Morris' Dillon Anderson to a 2-over-par 37 as the Mustangs defeated Cherry Valley-Springfield, 210-233, in the Tri-Valley League.

A.J. Puylara and Garrett Decker contributed 40s for the Mustangs (5-1, 4-0), who play Edmeston today at Red Pines.

at Colonial Ridge

Back nine, par-35

Team scores: Morris 210, Cherry Valley-Springfield 231.

Cherry Valley-Springfield: Tyler Smith 42, Chip Taylor 43, Craig Miles 46, Mike Cagganello 49, Taylor Woodworth 51.

Morris: Dillon Anderson 37, A.J. Puylara 40, Garrett Decker 40, Levi Decker 45, Dan Jones 48.

at Christman's

Dylan Thompson and James VanValkenburg shot rounds of 41 to lead Hunter-Tannersville to Delaware League victories over Windham and Gilboa.

H-T finished with 168 strokes _ nine better than Windham. Gilboa had 207.

Windham's Justin Filippone birdied the 320-yard first hole en route to a 40. The Warriors (3-2) play Roxbury and Gilboa on Wednesday at Shephard Hills.

at Christman's

Par-34

Team scores: Hunter-Tannersville 168, Windham 177, Gilboa 207.

Gilboa: Scott Haskin 47, Brian Alley 48, Calvin Mann 55, Jon Denora 57.

Hunter-Tannersville: Dylan Thompson 41, James VanValkenburg 41, Joe Arangio 42, Dylan Legg 44.

Windham: Justin Filippone 40, Will Grunenthal 44, Adam Vining 45, Dan Frazer 48.

at Woodhaven

Ben Conboy's 1-over-par 35 helped Edmeston to a 220-237 Tri-Valley League victory over Laurens.

Brad Jones contributed a 38 for the Panthers.

Laurens (1-6) travels to Otsego Golf Club today to play Cherry Valley-Springfield.

at Woodhaven

Par-34

Team scores: Edmeston 220, Laurens 237.

Edmeston: Ben Conboy 35, Brad Jones 38, Justin Kucera 43, Nick DeGristina 47, Dillon Smith 57.

Laurens: Nick Short 43, Zach Glidden 43, Bryan Segina 44, Ryan Holmes 48, Tyler Cook 59.

at Stamford

Josh Roe shot a 4-over 38 to lead Stamford to Delaware League wins over Davenport and Roxbury. Joey Lambert contributed a 43 for the Indians, who won with 178 strokes.

Brian Quigley had a 46 for Davenport, which finished second at 257 _ 11 strokes ahead of Roxbury. Stamford (6-4) hosts Hunter-Tannersville and Davenport at the Windham Country Club on Wednesday.

at Stamford

Flat nine, par-34

Team scores: Stamford 178, Davenport 257, Roxbury 268.

Stamford: Josh Roe 38, Joey Lambert 43, Andrew Gage 43, Jake Barber 54.

Davenport: Brian Quigley 46, Lucas Haight 64, Jared Carrington 51, Michael VanValkenburgh 96.

Roxbury: Sean Lutz 60, Garret Hinkley 65, Tim Tryon 69, Micky Macafee 74.

at Hardwood Hills

Tom Wallace finished with a 43 for visiting Unadilla Valley in a 227-283 MAC victory over Deposit.

Collin Izard (par-5 first hole) and David Anderson (par-5 seventh) each had birdies en route to a 46 and a 47, respectively, for the Storm (4-4).

Tyler Kellet's 46 paced Deposit (0-5), which visits UV today at River Bend.

at Hardwood Hills

Front nine, par-36

Team scores: Unadilla Valley 227, Deposit 283.

Unadilla Valley (4-4): Tom Wallace 43, Ryan Jacobs 45, Collin Izard 46, Taylor Anderson 46, David Anderson 47, Mike Schowe 50.

Deposit (0-5): Tyler Kellet 46, Will Blanda 51, Phil Tanner 52, Josh Cordner 64, Tia Scott 70, Samantha Mills 80.

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