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Julie Lewis | The Daily Star From left, Davenport/South Kortright's Tyler Magnan, Cherry Valley-Springfield's Nick Mills and CV-S' Noah Russo compete in the 100-meter final Wednesday during the Harbaugh Invitational at Delhi. Russo finished first in 11.7, followed by Mills (11.8) and Magnan (11.86).

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Noah Russo led Cherry Valley-Springfield’s boys and Abby Hall paced Delhi’s girls to team titles Wednesday night in the Harbaugh Invitational on Delhi.

Russo, who joined Unatego’s Austin Ryan and Unadilla Valley’s Dylan Thomsen as MVPs on the boys side, won the 100 meters, the 200 and helped the Patriots’ 400 relay to victory.

The Patriots finished with 131 points. Runner-up Unatego had 83 and Edmeston was third in the 13-team meet.

Russo won the 100 in 11.78, the 200 in 24.28 and joined Ben Drugatz, Nick Mills and Kurt Pressly on the 400 relay that crossed in 47.23.

CV-S also received a victory from Dustin Collins in the triple jump (41 feet, 8 ¼ inches), Hunter Cox in the pole vault (8-6) and from its 3,200 relay team that finished in 9:33.45.

Ryan won the 110 hurdles in 16.46 and the 400 hurdles in 1:00.70. He also combined with Jasper Humpries, Brett Humphries and Cody Manzanero to win the 400 relay in 3:43.0.

Thomsen placed first in the 1,600 (4:35.0) and the 3,200 (10:26.4).

Brett Humphries in the high jump (6-0); Edmeston’s Eli Madison in the shot put (42-4); Deposit’s David Schaeffer in the long jump (18-11); and Edmeston’s John Davis in the discus (132-5)

For the girls, Hall won the discus (86-1) and the shot put (30-7 ¼) to help the Bulldogs to 79 points – 14 better than runner-up Unadilla Valley. Milford was third with 52.

Delhi also received a victory from Amelie Legg, who cleared 8-2 in the pole vault.

Windham’s Mattie Seamans and UV’s Julia Oglesby shared MVP honors.

Seamans broke the meet record in the 800, crossing in 2:24.1, besting the old record of 2:24.2 set by Unatego’s Laura Campbell in 1998. She also won the long jump with a distance of 15-5 and the triple jump, covering 32-5 ½..

Oglesby won the 100 in 13.27, the 200 in 27.76 and the high jump, clearing 4-10.

Mary Rommer of Unatego placed first in the 1,500 (5:12.62) and the 3,000 (11:00.60).

Other winners were South Kortright/Davenport’s Sarah Haight in the 100 hurdles (16.83); SK/D’s Kaitlyn Stinson in the 400 hurdles (1:11.07); and Milford’s Emilie Mertz in the 400 (1:01.89).

at G-MU/Morris

Kareem Gale placed first in the 400 meters and the long jump to lead Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris to a 65-37 Tri-Valley League victory over Schenevus/Worcester.

Gale finished the 400 in 1:03.1 and covered 16-9 ½ in the long jump.

The G-MU/M girls also won, 65-37.

Christina Hawkins placed first in the shot put (31-6) and the discus (105-6) for the winners. Vasaliki Drapaniotis also had a pair of wins for G-MU/M. She placed first in the 800 (2:49.5) and the long jump (13-8).

Mimi Tefft had a pair of wins for S/W in the 200 (27.5) and the 1,500 (5:22.3).

at Sauquoit Valley

Kristin Ratliff, Sam Fanion and Lucy Ford all earned victories to help visiting Cooperstown to a second-place finish at Sauquoit Valley.

The Hawkeyes finished with 103.5 points, 29.5 shy of first place Sauquoit. Vernon-Verona Sherrill placed third with 74.5, Oriskany took fourth with 16 and Old Forge had 12.

Ratliff placed first in both the 100 hurdles and 400 hurdles. Ratliff crossed in 16.6 seconds in the 100, and finished the 400 in 1:09.9.

“She really did the hurdles well today,” Cooperstown coach Connie Herzig said. Teammate Sam Fanion won the 1,500 in 5:12.9.

Lucy Ford took the high jump with a height of 5-2, two inches higher than runner-up and teammate Mya Stearns.

Max Bonderoff and Sean Mebust both finished had wins for Cooperstown boys, who placed third with 116 points, behind Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (127) and Sauquoit Valley (160). Oriskany finished fourth with 73 and Old Forge had 32.

Bonderoff won the 400 hurdles in 1:03.9 and Mebust placed first in the high jump, clearing 5-10.

Cooperstown will travel next to the Yellowjacket Invitational on Friday at Oneonta High.

at Walton 

Antonio Gomes won in four events as host Downsville boys beat Andes, 106-10, in the Tri-Valley League.

Gomes won the 100 (11.47), 200 (22.62), and the long jump (20 feet, 6 inches), the latter his personal best. Gomes, Myles Liddell, Travis Lunn and Billy Smith placed first in the 1600 relay, finishing in 3:59.

Downsville’s Billy Smith won in the high jump (5-6) and in the triple jump (36-9).

Laura Hodge won the 100 (13.9) and the 200 (29.4) as Downsville girls defeated Andes, 56-41.

Mollie Engle placed first in the 100 hurdles (21.73) and the 400 hurdles (1:32.2), along with winning the high jump (4-4).

Andes had four field victories as Winnie Richards won the long jump (11-8.5) and the triple jump (27 -1), and Cheyenne Weaver received victories in the discus (74-7) and in the shot put (27-10).

Downsville will host the Eagles Games on Friday at Walton.

SOFTBALLCooperstown 6, Herkimer 1

Visiting Cooperstown bounced back from a 4-2 loss to Frankfort-Schuyler Wednesday and avenged an early-loss to Herkimer.

Cooperstown, which fell, 3-0, to Herkimer early in the season, took a 3-0 lead three batters into the Center State Conference game.

Jennifer Flynn and Christina Noto each singled before Maggie Hall hit a three-run homer to right-center.

“To get on the board early was a big momentum boost for us,” Cooperstown coach Dave Bliss said. “The last time we played them, we might have been overlooking them. Tonight, we were looking at this game and we were ready to play.”

Winning pitcher Maria Noto struck out nine, walked two and hit two batters in a six-hitter.

Flynn and Hall finished with three hits, and Christina Noto had two hits for Cooperstown (11-2, 6-2), which will travel to Dolgeville on Monday.

Windham 16, Stamford 1

Susannah Simpfenderfer went 4-for-5 and Janelle Albert had three hits to lead visiting Windham to a Delaware League victory.

Winning pitcher Jangmu Sherpa hit a three-run triple during the Warriors’ five-run first inning. Sherpa also struck out two and walked one in a five-inning three-hitter.

Windham (9-1, 7-1) will host Downsville on Friday.

Stamford (1-7) is home against Hunter-Tannersville on Friday.

CV-S 7, Worcester 6

Jordan Zaccagnino’s winning RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning scored Maddie Archer to give Cherry-Valley Springfield a Tri-Valley League victory. Trailing, 6-4, with bases loaded, Kylie Graham singled in Althea Prime to cut the lead to one. Jessica Carson then grounded out, but teammate Olivia Hull scored on the play to make it 6-6. Zaccagnino then singled home Archer to make it 7-6. Zaccagnino finished 3-for-3 with two RBIs, and teammates Hull and Graham contributed two hits apiece.

Monica Ridgeway paced Worcester with three hits and two RBIs. Teammate Michaela Ralph finished with two hits and two RBIs for the Wolverines.

CV-S (3-10, 2-8) will host Franklin today.

Laurens 15, Franklin 3

Taylor Kessler finished with a triple and two RBIs to lead Laurens to a Tri-Valley League win at home.

Teammate Kayla Johnson contributed two hits and one RBI for the Leopards, who also received two hits from Katie Dobler.

Catcher Marisa Cawley paced Franklin with a triple. The Purple Devils (0-6, 0-6) will host Cherry-Valley Springfield today.

Gilboa 26, SK 4

Kendall Thorington, Shelby Oliver and Makayla Foster all finished with three hits to lead visiting Gilboa to a Delaware League victory Tuesday. Oliver and Foster contributed three RBIs apiece and Thorington finished with one. The Wildcats also received home-runs from Jana Traver and Cynzia Reese.

Savannah Hobbie paced South Kortright with a home run and two RBIs. Teammate Lexi DuBois finished with two hits.

“I was happy we were putting the ball in play today,” SK coach Tamara Titch said. The Rams (2-7, 1-6) will host Jefferson today.

RS 13, CV-S 5

Becca Smith and Madisyn Butler hit consecutive RBI doubles during a three-run second inning that helped the visiting Indians to a Tri-Valley League victory Tuesday.

Richfield Springs (10-2, 7-2) led, 5-2, at two innings. Kaity Richvalsky, who went 4-for-5, hit an RBI triple in the fifth inning for RS, which received three hits apiece from Smith and Butler. Smith also had four RBIs.

Maddie Archer, Jessica Carson and Althea Prime had two hits apiece for Cherry Valley-Springfield.

The Indians will host Milford today.

Edmeston 14, Morris 7

Sydney Smith had two doubles and a home run to lead host Edmeston a win in the Tri-Valley League.

Smith hit a two-run home run to left-center to tie the score at 6 for the Panthers, who took a 7-6 lead on an RBI groundout by Brianna Durham in the third inning.

Catherine Johnson went 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI triple in the third inning. Durham earned her first pitching victory of the season for Edmeston (10-0, 10-0), which will host G-MU on Friday.

Liz King had two hits and two RBIs and Liana Garry struck out four for Morris.

TENNISChenango Forks 4, Oneonta 3

The visiting Yellowjackets went 1-2 in three-set matches and fell in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.

Oneonta’s second doubles team of Kyle Row and Nicole van der Sommen beat Robert Wildoner and Jared Hopkins, 1-6, 6-4, 7-6 (8-6).

But Chenango Forks received a 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (7-3) win from Aidan Houlihan at third singles over Griffin Rule, along with 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 win by Afton Link and Caleb Kellicutt over Emily Harter and Charles Thomas at third doubles.

OHS’ Emerson Kelby earned a 6-0, 6-1 first singles win over Evan Picciano. The Yellowjackets’ other victory came from Aaron Earle-Richardson and Jonah Herold, who earned a 6-2, 6-0 win at first doubles against Matt Jones and Joey LoPiccolo.

Windham 7, H-T 0

Malcolm Seamans won, 9-0, at first singles over Frankie Raffiani to help visiting Windham to a Delaware League victory.

H-T (4-6) will travel to Roxbury today.

GOLFat Delhi College GC

Joe Burgin shot a 2-over-par 38 to earn medalist honors for Delhi, which lost a Midstate Athletic Conference match, 233-245, to unbeaten Unadilla Valley.

Bryant Maynard shot a 43 to lead the Storm (6-0), who received rounds of 44 from Brenon Maynard and 46 from Jared Hanslmaier.

Delhi is 5-2.

at Leatherstocking

Teddy Trosset’s round of 40 led Cooperstown to a 206-209 Center State Conference victory over Mount Markham.

Cooperstown will host Little Falls today.

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