Three singles helped Oneonta High to three runs in the fifth inning and Oneonta High went on to a 4-1 non-league baseball victory over Shady Springs (W. Va.) on Wednesday at Field 6 in Neahwa Park.

With the score tied at 1, Conor Youngs led off Oneonta's fifth with a single. He went to third on a single by Sean Getman. After Zach Pidgeon walked to load the bases, Youngs scored the go-ahead run on a passed ball.

James Emilio followed with an RBI single and David Wright had an RBI groundout to cap the scoring.

OHS junior Mike Calkins made his season debut on the mound and threw three scoreless innings to get the win. A left-hander who missed the basketball season with left hamstring and hip injuries, Calkins struck out four and walked none.

"Mike thew the ball well," OHS coach Joe Hughes said of Calkins, who relieved starter Sean Getman in the fifth inning. "He had good velocity and good command. It was encouraging to see him pitch the ball well and pain free."

Emilio and Logan Pondolfino had two hits apiece for the Yellowjackets (6-1), who play host to Susquehanna Valley today.

Oneonta 4, Shady Springs 1

at Neahwa Park

Shady Springs          001 000 0 _ 1 9 2

Oneonta          000 130 x _ 4 8 0

Dustin McCutcheon (L), Robbie Duncan (5), Joe Merricks (5) and Marshall Mealows. Sean Getman, Mike Calkins (5,W,1-0) and Zach Pidgeon, Zach Erbe (5). 2B _ Logan Pondolfino (O).

Harpursville 7, Delhi 6

Mason Dean's RBI single with two outs in the seventh inning scored the winning run for Harpursville, which won at home in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Dean also had a two-run double in the third inning.

Brendan Snyder hit a two-run double during Delhi's five-run second inning and Sean Kline contributed an RBI single in the inning.

Snyder and Brian Hannigan finished with two hits apiece for Delhi (2-2, 1-1), which plays host to Harpursville on Monday.

Harpursville 7, Delhi 6

Delhi          051 000 0 _ 6 10 3

Harpursville          003 021 1 _ 7 9 4

Sean Kline, Andrew Hannigan (6), Jake Sackett (7,L) and Mike Thomas, Brian Hannigan (6). VanEtten, Decker (4,W) and Dean. 2B _ Anthony Salerno (D), Brendan Snyder (D), Mason Dean (H).

Sidney 10, Walton 2

Winning pitcher Mike Gravel struck out seven, walked one and allowed one hit over five scoreless innings to lead Sidney's Midstate Athletic Conference road victory.

Damion Zimmer had an RBI double during Sidney's four-run first, an inning aided by three Delhi errors. Zimmer finished with two hits.

Walton (1-1) travels to Afton today.

Sidney is 1-1-1.

Sidney 10, Walton 2

Sidney          401 032 0 _ 10 9 2

Walton          000 002 0 _ 2 3 4

Mike Gravel (W), Nate McDonald (6), Andy Kozak (7) and Matt Vogel. Dalton Kaminsky (L), Tyler Palmatier (4), Fred Babcock (7) and Joe Sinistore, Stephen Klein (6). 2B _ Damion Zimmer (S), Andy Kozak (S), Alex Heil (S), Dan Bowker (W). 3B _ Billy Kozak (S).

Hancock 19, Afton 1

Rocco Christain hit two home runs to lead host Hancock to victory in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Chris Wadeson, Eric Hicks and Tyler Phillips also had homers for the Wildcats, who host Deposit today.

Hancock 19, Afton 1

Afton          100 000 0 _ 1 2 3

Hancock          408 133 x _ 19 17 0

Olin (L), Wright (3), C. Mohrien (7) and McNearney. Ryan Smith (W), Gary Resti (5), Shane O'Brien (6) and Eric Hicks, Chris Wadeson (7). HR _ Chris Wadeson (H), Rocco Christain (H) 2, Eric Hicks (H), Tyler Phillips (H).

Softball

Walton 17, Sidney 12

Susan LeRouge went 3-for-4, and winning pitcher Allie Forkey had two hits and scored five runs as host Walton won in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

"I've never been part of a game where you win with 16 errors," Walton coach Burt Reed said. "We hit the ball really well today. It's only our second game, so we have some things to work out."

Forkey struck out 10, walked one and allowed three earned runs for Walton (2-0, 1-0), which plays host to Oxford on Friday.

Chyna Simonds had three hits for Sidney.

Walton 17, Sidney 12

Sidney          023 022 3 _ 12 7 5

Walton          402 353 x _ 17 10 16

Ashley Gardner (L) and Brooke Ramage. Allie Forkey (W) and Carolynn Butler. 2B _ Erin Butler (W), Allie Forkey (W), Susan LeRouge (W), Chyna Simonds (S). 3B _ Hunter Wildley (W).

Track

at Delhi

Three schools were tied or broken as Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton's boys and girls dominated a Midstate Athletic Conference meet.

B-G/A sophomore Ariana Hall broke the school record in the 100-meter hurdles, crossing in 16.9 seconds. The old record of 17.1 was first set by Kristy Cummings in 1995 and tied by Amy Olin in 2009. Hall also won the 200 in 28.7.

Hall's eighth-grade teammate, Julia Knapp, tied the school record in the 100, placing second in 12.7 seconds _ .7 behind Oxford's Katie Woodford. Knapp equaled the mark set by Jenn Frappier in 2006. Her big day also included victories in the long jump (16-2 1/2), high jump (4-10) and 400 hurdles (1:10.0), all personal-bests.

The Bears had 113 points _ 41 better than the hosts. Deposit and Oxford each had 32.

Delhi's Jessica Plance won the discus with a throw of 91-5.

Bulldogs sophomore Carson King tied a school record in the 100, crossing 11.3 to tie the mark of Jon Smith set in 2006. He also won the long jump, covering 18-2 1/2.

B-G/A's boys won with 123 points _ 51 ahead of Delhi. Deposit had 32 and Oxford finished with 10.

Bears senior Adam Davis placed first in the high jump (5-10) and pole vault (10-0). In the high jump, Davis had the bar raised to 6-2 1/2 to try for a school record but narrowly missed all three attempts, B-G/A coach Robb Munro said.

Sam Kane had wins in the 1,600 (5:00.3) and the 3,200 (11:11.8), and Russell Ross won the 110 hurdles (17.5) and 400 hurdles (1:04.9) for B-G/A, which hosts Walton and Unadilla Valley on Tuesday. Delhi travels to Sidney on Tuesday.

at Delhi

Boys: Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton 123, Delhi 72, Deposit 32, Oxford 10.

100 meters: Carson King (Del) 11.3 (ties school record also set by Jon Smith in 2006). 200: Rob Ireland (B) 24.7. 400: James Ingram (Del) 54.7. 800: Rob Burnett (B) 2:25.0. 1,600: Sam Kane (B) 5:00.3. 3,200: Sam Kane (B) 11:11.8. 110 hurdles: Russell Ross (B) 17.5. 400 hurdles: Russell Ross (B) 1:04.9. 400 relay: B-G/A (Adam Davis, Nick Raymond, Tim Walts, Kevin Sutton) 49.8. 1,600 relay: Delhi (James Ingram, Ben Sayman, Carson King, Russell Cobane) 3:55.9. 3,200 relay: B-G/A (Corey Burnett, Noah Ives, Connor Fuller, Jack Hillenbrand) 10:16.8. Long jump: Carson King (Del) 18-2 1/2. Triple jump: Ben Sayman (Del) 36-6. High jump: Adam Davis (B) 5-10. Shot put: Pedro Aparicio (B) 35-8. Discus: Justin Harding (O) 111-4. Pole vault: Adam Davis (B) 10-0.

Girls: Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton 113, Delhi 72, Deposit 32, Oxford 32

100 meters: Katie Woodford (O) 12.0; 2, Julia Knapp (B) 12.7 (ties school record also set by Jenn Frappier in 2006). 200: Ariana Hall (B) 28.7. 400: Sam MacDonald (Dep) 1:03.4. 800: Isamarie Ramos (B) 2:34.2. 1,500: Gabriella Rollo (Del) 5:42.3. 3,000: Tozhia Possemato (Dep) 13:46.3. 100 hurdles: Ariana Hall (B) 16.9 (school record; old record of 17.1 set by Kristy Cummings in 1995 and Amy Olin in 2009). 400 hurdles: Julia Knapp (B) 1:10.0. 400 relay: Oxford (Jessica Russo, Haley Witchella, Emily Woodford, Katie Woodford (O) 50.4. 1,600 relay: B-G/A (Daphne Knapp, Chloe McElligott, Saige Bullis, Isamarie Ramos) 4:55.9. 3,200 relay: B-G/A (Saige Bullis, Daphne Knapp, Chloe McElligott, Isamarie Ramos) 11:22.1. Long jump: Julia Knapp (B) 16-2 1/2. Triple jump: Stephanie Knowles (B) 30-8 3/4. High jump: Julia Knapp (B) 4-10. Shot put: Haley Witchella (O) 33-11 1/2. Discus: Jessica Plance (Del) 91-5. Pole vault: Jess Avery (B) 9-0.

at Walton

Jesse Jacob and Justine Rutherford each won two individual events and contributed to a relay victory to lead Walton's girls to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory over Greene and Sidney.

Jacob won the 800 meters (2:35.5) and the 1,500 (5:15.4), and ran the anchor leg on Walton's winning 1,600 relay team. Rutherford placed first in the long jump (14 feet, 2 1/2 inches) and the triple jump (31-5 1/2) and helped the Warriors' 400 relay team to victory.

Greene won the boys meet with 108 points. Walton was second with 33 and Sidney had 19.

Walton junior Kevin Flaherty earned victories in the 110 hurdles (16.1) and the 400 hurdles (1:01.0).

Walton travels to Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton on Tuesday.

at Walton

Boys: Greene 108, Walton 33, Sidney 19.

100 meters: Alex Trask (G) 12.5. 200: Jeremy Flohr (G) 23.8. 400: Kyle Gorton (G) 54.4. 800: Kevin Beers (G) 2:24.3. 1,600: Tim Kilmer (W) 5:12.3. 3,200: Cole Matthews (S) 12:35.4. 110 hurdles: Kevin Flaherty (W) 16.1. 400 hurdles: Kevin Flaherty (W) 1:01.0. 400 relay: Greene 56.9. 1,600 relay: Greene 3:50.7. 3,200 relay: Walton (Aeden Flaherty, Tim Kilmer, Peter Phraner, Tim Maguire) 9:46.8. Long jump: Kyle Gorton (G) 18-0 1/4. Triple jump: Alex Trask (G) 33-0. High jump: Tim Gell (G) 5-6. Shot put: Sam Bryden (S) 34-3. Discus: Zach Detwiler (G) 89-11. Pole vault: Hennessey (G) 7-0.

Girls: Walton 105, Greene 35, Sidney 24.

100 meters: Christianne Phillippone (G) 13.9. 200: Christianne Phillippone (G) 28.7. 400: Molly Maguire (W) 1:05.3. 800: Jesse Jacob (W) 2:35.5. 1,500: Jesse Jacob (W) 5:15.4. 3,000: Taylor Porter (G) 14:25.1. 100 hurdles: Merissa Castillo (W) 17.9. 400 hurdles: Courtney Miller (W) 1:17.8. 400 relay: Walton (Kim Kehr, Justine Rutherford, Kendra Hoyt, Hayley O'Connor)

56.3. 1,600 relay: Walton (Kim Kehr, Courtney Miller, Cori O'Connor, Jesse Jacob) 4:35.4. 3,200 relay: Walton (Hayley O'Connor, Beth Ogden, Kristine Reed, Molly Maguire) 10:55.9. Long jump: Justine Rutherford (W) 14-2 1/2. Triple jump: Justine Rutherford (W) 31-5 1/2. High jump: Hayley O'Connor (W) 4-6. Shot put: Bethany Karl (S) 27-2. Discus: Katrina Kilmer (W) 66-4.

TENNIS

Norwich 5, Oneonta 2

Emerson Kelby and Alex Levenstein won at first and second singles, respectively, for host Oneonta High, which lost in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.

Kelby won, 6-1, 6-1, over Eli Craig and Levenstein earned a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Alexander Stewart.

Norwich 5, Oneonta 2

at Wilber Park

Singles: Emerson Kelby (O) def. Eli Craig, 6-1, 6-1; Alex Levenstein (O) def. Alexander Stewart, 6-1, 6-4; Colin Stewart (N) def. McKenna Rowe, 6-2, 6-1; Matt Craig (N) def. Jack Graig-Tiso, 6-4, 6-1.

Doubles: Sal Cole and Roman Cwynar (N) def. Zellah Minor-House and Chase Thomas (O) 6-2, 6-3; Bill Whaley and Linas Impolis (N) def. Boru Jerry Li and John Scott, 6-4, 6-3; Akil Ruzich and Jeremey Moices (N) def. Aki Shastri and Lindsey Inserra, 6-3, 6-2.

Sidney 5, Greene 0

The host Warriors didn't drop a set in opening their season with a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Evan Eliason won at first singles, 6-0, 6-0, over Cameron Raze for Sidney, which plays host to Hancock on Monday and travels to Bainbridge-Guilford on Tuesday.

Sidney 5, Greene 0

at Sidney

Singles: Evan Eliason def. Cameron Raze, 6-0, 6-0; Nick Meno def. Brian Hebbard, 6-3, 6-0; Brian Kazalski def. Connor Moriarity, 6-3, 6-2.

Doubles: Tom O'Halloran and Joe Morris def. Kevin Koerts and Brady Raze, 6-0, 6-2; Rob McLean and Justin Bartz and Brian Leone and Mike Anderson, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3).

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