B-G 10, Hancock 0

Bree Barber went 3-for-4 at the plate with two home runs and an RBI double to lead host second-seeded Bainbridge-Guilford to a 10-0 win over third-seeded Hancock in the Midstate Athletic Conference Tournament semifinal.

Barber strung together three consecutive extra-base hits as she hit home runs in both the second and third innings and an RBI double in the fourth inning for B-G, which also received a three-run home run in the first inning from Megan Palmatier.

Kori Thornton earned her eighth pitching win of the season as she struck out seven for B-G (16-1), which is currently ranked 14th in the state.

''The girls have worked really hard in the off season to get to this point,'' said B-G coach Randy Palmatier, whose team will face top-seeded Deposit in the MAC championship game at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

The Bobcats' lone loss of the season came at home to Deposit, 7-1, on April 12.

Kaci Marino had a double and Alyssa Makowski and Leal Gotthardt had a single apiece for Hancock.

Deposit 6, Afton 3

Makenzie Stiles became Deposit's all-time leader with her 715th strikeout in a 6-3 home win over Afton in the Midstate Athletic Conference Tournament semifinal on Tuesday.

Stiles, a sophomore, finished with 12 strikeouts. Aubrin Smith batted 3-4 with a double and a triple for Deposit, which also got hits from all three Martin sisters. Kyra Martin and middle sister Bryn Martin both hit doubles, and youngest sister Mikayla Martin went 2-3, also drawing a walk.

Makaela Mills hit a home run for Afton, which also had a triple from Paige Polizzi and doubles from Casey East and Abby Beaulieu.

Deposit (13-3) will host Bainbridge-Guilford in the MAC championship game Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

Edmeston 6, Schenevus 2

Winning pitcher Catherine Johnson struck out 18, and went 3-for-3, at the plate, including two singles and a double to lead visiting Edmeston to a win over Schenevus in the Tri-Valley League.

Johnson, also finished with two runs and an RBI for Edmeston, which scored three runs apiece in the first and fourth innings.

Hannah Osborne had a RBI double in the fifth and Alexis Hults had a double in the sixth for Schenevus.

Davenport 11, H-T 3

Justine Lubbers hit a solo home run in the first inning and Kayla Beers hit a three-run home run in the fifth to lead host Davenport to a Delaware League win over Hunter-Tannersville.

Lubbers and Cassie Maidens both went 2-for-4 at the plate for Davenport, which also received eight strikeouts from Lexi Cobb, who earned the pitching victory. Maidens also had two RBIs for the Wildcats.

Davenport (10-3, 7-0), faces the winner of Wednesday's game between Downsville and Gilboa in the Delaware League championship game at Neahwa Park at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.

Cooperstown 33, Mount Markham 1

Paige Cring went 4-for-5, at the plate, including a double and a triple, and finished with nine RBIs to lead visiting Cooperstown to a win in five innings over Mount Markham in the Center State Conference.

Maria Noto earned her eighth pitching win of the season as she struck out five and Hailey Seamon had three hits and four RBIs for Cooperstown (8-0, 6-0), which hosts Little Falls at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday.


Windham 3, SK 1

Winning pitcher Subaru Honge struck out 10, walked none and threw a four-hitter to lead host Windham to a non-league win over South Kortright.

Windham, which scored off an infield error in the first inning, a sacrifice fly in the fourth from Zach Malegiannakis and an RBI fielder's choice in the fifth from Brent Emerton, also had singles from Chris Martin, Dante Savasta and Brian VanValin.

Windham (12-1, 7-1), faces Downsville in the Delaware League Championship at Neahwa Park at 5 p.m. on Thursday.

''Both teams will be ready for the game,'' said Windham coach Jim Adair, whose team defeated Downsville, 5-4, in eight innings April 28.

Sam Fabrykiewicz hit a double in the fifth and scored a run in the seventh for South Kortright.

D-H 15, Afton 5

Darren Shaver and Cole Russell both went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead host top-seeded Deposit-Hancock to a semifinal win over fourth-seeded Afton in the Midstate Athletic Conference Tournament.

Shaver, also earned the pitching win, struck out six and finished with two RBIs and three runs, while Russell also had four RBIs for D-H, which scored three runs in the first, seven runs in the second, four runs in the third and a run in the sixth.

Seth Simmons hit a two run home run and Russell hit a two RBI double in the bottom of the third inning for D-H, which also received two hits and three RBIs from Dustin Dailey.

D-H (16-0), faces Unatego in the MAC championship at Damaschke Field at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

Colin Nabinger hit a double and struck out six for Afton, which also received doubles from Michael Graven-Briggs and McGwire Tuttle. The Knights scored a run apiece in the first and fifth innings and three runs in the seventh.

Roxbury 7, Jefferson 5

Ryan Howell hit an RBI single in the third inning and an RBI double in the seventh to lead visiting Roxbury to a win over Jefferson in the Delaware League.

Howell, also earned the pitching victory, struck out four and finished with two runs for Roxbury, which also received two hits and two runs from Frank Morales.

Andrew Shapiro went 3-for-4 and finished with three runs for Jefferson (5-5), which hosts Margaretville at 4:45 p.m. on Friday.

Jason Adams and Cole Lapinel combined for five strikeouts for the J-Hawks.

Cooperstown 18, Mount Markham 0

Ben Tasuro and Brandon Hage both went 3-for-4 at the plate and had four RBIs to lead visiting Cooperstown to victory in five innings over Mount Markham in the Center State Conference.

The Hawkeyes (9-1, 5-1), who scored all of their runs over the first four innings, hosts Little Falls at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

Greene 4, Oxford 3

Greene overcame tight defense from Oxford to eke out a 4-3 win at home Tuesday.

A three-hit first inning from Greene was spoiled when Oxford pulled off a 1-2-3-2 triple play.

“We ran ourselves out of an inning there,” Greene coach Ron Rapp said. “You've got to give (Oxford) credit. It was a good play on their part.”

Pitcher Nick Shoemaker earned the win, throwing seven strikeouts in six innings and going 1-3 at the plate. Greene's Alex Frair went 3-3, and Brandon Scott and Matt Bertgholtz both went 2-3 in a game that saw no extra-base hits.

Greene (5-8) will host Unadilla Valley at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Sidney 9, Delhi 0

Sidney pitcher Justin McMillan threw five strikeouts in and batted in two runs to help lead Sidney to a 9-0 win at Delhi.

Mike Gravelin, Alex Hoskins and Tyler McKee also batted 2-4 for Sidney, which had doubles from Hoskins and Dante Scott.

Delhi (5-10) will travel to neutral site Hancock to face S.S. Seward, a school from Orange County, at 5 p.m. Friday in the second game of a doubleheader for Seward, which faces Hancock at 2 p.m.



Andes' Noah Dougherty and Davenport-Delhi's Quinn McKeegan won their boys singles semifinal matches, and Dorothy Zeisler and Windham's Bethany Klentz won their girls singles semifinal matches in the Delaware League Championships at Total Tennis in Saugerties on Tuesday.

The four singles semifinal winners, along with two boys and two girls doubles teams, will face off in the finals of the Delaware League Championships at a neutral site next week.

''I would like to thank Total Tennis for providing the Delaware League with their great facility,'' said Windham coach Jon Spear, whose team will compete along with eight other Delaware League teams in the Class C and D Sectionals at Hancock at 9 a.m. Thursday.


Cooperstown 168, Adirondack 246

Teddy Trosset shot a match-best 35 to lead host Cooperstown to a win over Adirondack in the Center State Conference.

Jack Lambert finished with a 43, for Cooperstown (5-0), which faces Herkimer at the Mohawk Valley CC on Wednesday.



B-G 10, Hancock 0

MAC Tournament


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2-B-G ..... 621 100 x - 10 14 1

Kravetsky (L) and Leal Gotthardt. Kori Thornton (W, 8-0), Alli Miller (7), and Megan Palmatier. 2B: Kaci Marino (H), Jill Cannistra (B), Bree Barber (B). HR: Megan Palmatier (B), Bree Barber (B) 2.

Deposit 6, Afton 3

MAC Tournament


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1- Deposit ….. 004 0 1 1 - 6 8 0

Makenzie Stiles (W) and Bryn Martin. Amanda Greenwood (L) and Caleigh Stevens. 2B: Aubrin Smith (D), Bryn Martin (D), Kyra Martin (D), Casey East (A), Abby Beaulieu (A). 3B: Aubrin Smith (D), Paige Polizzi (A). HR: Makaela Mills (A).

Edmeston 6, Schenevus 2

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Schenevus ..... 000 011 0 - 2 4 4

Catherine Johnson (W) and Sarah Lawrence. Alexis Hults (L), Megan Walke (6) and Ashley Sisson. 2B: Catherine Johnson (E), Sarah Lawrence (E), Hannah Osborne (S), Alexis Hults (S).

Davenport 11, H-T 3

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Davenport ..... 122 051 x - 11 7 7

Aleeah Randazzo (L) and Jordan Jacobs. Lexi Cobb (W) and Cassie Maidens. HR: Kayla Beers (D), Justine Lubbers (D).

Cooperstown 33, Mount Markham 1

Cooperstown ..... (11)(10)0 (12)0 - 33 16 3

Mount Markham ..... 000 01 - 1 1 2

Maria Noto (W, 8-0), Piper Seamon (5) and Hailey Seamon. Alexis Clark (L), Stephanie Burke (2), Layla Ali (4), Harmonie Shaw (4), J. Engles (5) and Amber Bryce. 2B: Paige Cring (C), Virginia Aswad (C), Hailey Seamon (C). 3B: Paige Cring (C), Piper Seamon (C).


Windham 3, SK 1

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Windham ..... 100 110 x - 3 4 4

Kenton Pickett (L), Seth Wade (5) and Chris Champlin. Subaru Honge (W) and Brent Emerton. 2B: Sam Fabrykiewicz (S).

D-H 15, Afton 5

Midstate Athletic Conference Tournament


4-Afton ..... 100 010 3 - 5 9 3

1-Deposit/Hancock ..... 374 001 x - 15 15 2

Colin Nabinger (L), Brett Hubbard (3) and Vincent Caiati. Darren Shaver (W, 3-0), Cole Russell (5), Jared Thornton (7) and Lane Bass. 2B: Michael Graven-Briggs (A), Colin Nabinger (A), McGwire Tuttle (A), Luke Resti (D-H), Cole Russell (D-H), Dustin Dailey (D-H). HR: Seth Simmons (D-H).

Roxbury 7, Jefferson 5

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Jefferson ..... 101 030 0 - 5 9 4

Ryan Howell (W) and Nick Vajtay. Jason Adams (L), Cole Lapinel (5) and Jared Jonker. 2B: Ryan Howell (R), Anthony Cortese (R), Frank Morales (R), Jason Adams (J).

Cooperstown 18, Mount Markham 0

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MM ..... 000 00 - 0 1 2

Dante Wellman (W), Logan Haney (4) and Zach France. Robert Holmes (L), Craig Richard (2), Jack Bowman (4) and Anson Curtis. 2B: Dante Wellman (C).

Greene 4, Oxford 3

Oxford 000 000 3 – 3 4 4

Greene 000 4 00 – 4 12 4

Nick Shoemaker (W), Noah Kennedy (7) and Zach Orzell. Dylan Depew (L) and Brad Beckwith.

Sidney 9, Delhi 0

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Delhi ….. 000 000 0 – 0 3 5

Justin McMillan (W) and Tyler McKee Jack Stanton (L), Alex Taylor (6) and Brendan Cairns.

2B: Alex Hoskins (S), Dante Scott (S).





Noah Dougherty (A), defeated Chase Plattner (H-T), 6-4, 6-1; Quinn McKeegan (D-D), defeated Tenjing Sherpa (W), 6-3, 6-3.


Dorothy Zeisler (D-D), defeated Autumn Laurie (A), 6-0, 6-0; Bethany Klentz (W), defeated Victoria Janice (M), 6-3, 6-0.


Johnson and Serdiouk (M), defeated Tancredi and Grinfeld (H-T), 6-1, 7-5; Kotta and Philion (D-D), defeated Post and Hewitt (W), 6-3, 6-3.


Morley and Davis (D-D), defeated Dee and Stock (R), 6-7, 6-3, 6-1; Corrigan and Martin (W), defeated Marin and Silva (M), 6-3, 6-1.


Cooperstown 168, Adirondack 246

Leatherstocking GC

Front Nine; Par-35

Adirondack: Jordan Rivette 58, Isaac Martin 62, Olivia Tierno 63, Hayden Flinchum 63.

Cooperstown (5-0): Teddy Trosset 35, Jack Lambert 43, Michael Kelly 45, Issac Falk 45.

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