Oneonta High's baseball team will travel to Chenango Valley at 1 p.m. Saturday for a Southern Tier Athletic Conference East Division tiebreaker.

CV (13-1, 11-1) defeated visiting Chenango Forks, 13-10, on Friday to forge the tie and then won a coin flip to determine the home team.

OHS coach Joe Hughes said left-hander Mike Calkins (3-0) will start the game. Calkins threw a six-hitter to get the win in OHS' 3-2 victory at CV on Monday. Warriors coach Mike Allen said Monday that it's likely right-hander Mike Fillers will get the start. Fillers took loss Monday against OHS. He also threw a six-hitter.

With rain expected Monday, Hughes said if CV's field is not playable, the game would be moved to Union-Endicott.

The STAC semifinals are scheduled for Tuesday at NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton. NYSEG Stadium will also host Wednesday's final.

Early in the season, OHS lost, 3-2, at home to CV. The Yellowjackets have won 14 straight since that loss.

OHS (15-1, 11-1) won the STAC Central title last season and fell, 9-8, to Maine-Endwell in a STAC semifinal.

Unatego 17, Walton 1

Dan Shelton went 4-for-5 with three runs and two RBIs for Unatego, which scored eight times in the first inning of its Midstate Athletic Conference regular-season finale Friday.

Unatego (10-8, 9-2) finished with 21 hits, including doubles from John Williams, Travis Woods, Quinn Barnhart, Phil Youngs and Dillion Maxson.

Nick Shiels had two of Walton's four hits. The Warriors (2-10, 1-10) will play in a MAC tournament for seeds 9-12 on Monday.

The Spartans are seeded second for the MAC Championship Tournament _ for seeds 1-4 _ and will host No. 3 Hancock (12-3, 9-2) in the opening round Monday. Sidney (12-1-1, 11-0) is the top seed and will host No. 4 Harpursville on Monday.

Harpursville clinched the fourth seed with a 16-3 victory over Deposit on Friday. The Hornets tied Bainbridge-Guilford at 7-4 in the MAC but bumped the Bobcats to the No. 5 seed based on head-to-head results, Sidney coach Kyle Vibbard said Friday night.

The finals for the 5-8 and 9-12 tournaments are slated for Wednesday, as is the consolation game for seeds 1-4.

Monday's winners in the MAC Championship Tournament will play for the league title at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Field 6 in Neahwa Park.

Unatego 17, Walton 1

Unatego     833 030 0 _ 17 21 3

Walton     000 010 0 _ 1 4 3

Josh Lambrecht (W), Dillion Maxson (6), Phil Youngs (7) and Lucas Dejoy. Isaac Wacha (L), Josh Hammond (6) and Joe Sinistore. 2B _ John Williams (U), Travis Woods (U), Quinn Barnhart (U), Phil Youngs (U), Dillion Maxson (U).

B-G 26, Afton 0

Austin Bauerle went 3-for-3 with two doubles and a home run to lead Bainbridge-Guilford to a four-inning MAC rout of host Afton.

Bauerle's two-run homer highlighted an 11-run second inning for the Bobcats, who got a three-run shot from Billy Holden in a seven-run first inning.

Danny Gormley finished 4-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs for B-G, which got a double and a single from Paul Parsons.

Afton (2-13, 1-11) will compete in the MAC tournament for seeds 9-12 on Monday.

B-G 26, Afton 0

Bainbridge-Guilford     7(11)1 7 _ 26 22 1

Afton     000 0 _ 0 1 3

Cody Lake (W) and Gordy Shields. Matt Olin (L), Corey Mohrien (2) and Corey Mohrien, Joe Sheare (2). 2B _ Austin Bauerle (B) 2, Paul Parsons (B). 3B _ Danny Gormley (B). HR _ Billy Holden (B), Austin Bauerle (B).

UV 1, Delhi 0

Brandon Miles reached on a two-base throwing error and scored on a two-base throwing error in the first inning and visiting Unadilla Valley held on for a Tri-Valley League victory.

Winning pitcher Travis Conklin struck out six and walked three in a two-hitter. His no-hit bid was broken up by on a single by Mike Thomas to start the sixth.

Losing pitcher Sean Kline struck out nine and walked one. Zach Montgomery's two-out triple in the fifth inning represented UV's lone hit.

"It was a very well played game," Delhi coach Fred Barkalow said. "The pitchers controlled the game."

Delhi (7-8, 4-7) plays Monday in the MAC mini-tournament.

Unadilla Valley 1, Delhi 0

UV     100 000 0 _ 1 1 0

Delhi     000 000 0 _ 0 2 3

Travis Conklin (W) and Zach Montgomery. Sean Kline (L) and Brian Hannigan. 3B _ Zach Montgomery (U).

Hancock 11, Oxford 3

Eric Hicks hit a three-run homer in the third inning and finished 3-for-4 with five RBIs to lead host Hancock on the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Winning pitcher Tyler Phillips struck out 10 and walked two in a six-hitter.

Third-seeded Hancock (12-3, 9-2) will travel to No. 2 Unatego on Monday in a MAC semifinal. Top-seeded Sidney (12-1-1, 11-0) will host Harpursville in the other semifinal. The winners meet Thursday at Neahwa Park in the title game.

Hancock 11, Oxford 3

Oxford     003 000 0 _ 3 6 8

Hancock     117 011 x _ 11 16 2

Golden (L), Head (4), Heggie (6) and Moore. Tyler Phillips (W) and Eric Hicks. 2B _ Pierson (O), Tyler Phillips (H), Tom Banicky (H), Eric Hicks (H), Ryan Smith (H). HR _ Eric Hicks (H).

Downsville 11, SK 10

Four straight hits in the eighth inning, the last a two-run double to left-center by Ethan Bass, led to three runs as host Downsville won in the Delaware League.

Nick Baxter led off Downsville's eighth with a single and stole second. He scored on Josh Ahearn's single. Eric Bierstine's singled sent Ahearn to third and Bierstine reached second on an error, setting up Bass' winning hit.

SK took a two-run lead in the top of the eighth on five walks and a wild pitch.

The Rams scored three times in the seventh to take a 8-7 lead. Peter Fabrykiewicz and Trevor Holdridge hit RBI singles in the inning.

In the bottom of the inning, Josh Shaver singled, stole second and third and on a wild pitch with two outs.

Brandon Tuttle had three hits and Clint Lutz finished with two hits for SK.

Ahearn had three hits, and Bierstine, Bass, Shaver and Baxter each had two hits for the Eagles (4-5, 4-4), who play host to Margaretville on Monday.

Downsville 11, SK 10

South Kortright     201 002 32 _ 10 9 1

Downsville     101 032 13 _ 11 12 6

Cody Burns, Dylan Cole (5), Trevor Holdridge (7,L) and Clint Lutz. Josh Ahearn, Ethan Bass (7,W) and Nick Baxter. 2B _ Eric Bierstine (D), Ethan Bass (D).

Roxbury 10, Gilboa 9

Roxbury got a walkoff double from Danny Bird with none out in the bottom of the seventh for a Delaware League win at home.

Spencer Hinkley, who scored three runs, singled to lead off the Rockets' last at-bats. Derek Briggs then walked Kyle Ciaravino, setting up Bird for a double to left-center field to end it.

Roxbury (6-5, 6-2) tied it at 9 with a three-run sixth that Dakota Caronia capped with a two-run single.

Hunter Perry had two hits for the Wildcats, who received three RBIs from Briggs.

Roxbury, which won despite committing 10 errors, is at Jefferson on Monday.

Roxbury 10, Gilboa 9

Gilboa     410 202 0 _ 9 8 4

Roxbury     111 303 1 _ 10 6 10

Derek Briggs, Steven Vorhees (4), Joe Cooper (5), Derek Briggs (7,L) and Hunter Grace. Danny Bird, Kyle Ciaravino (7,W) and Spencer Hinkley. 2B _ Hunter Perry (G), Danny Bird (R), Sam Nash (R), Garrett Cowan (R). 3B _ Kyle Ciaravino (R), Jacob Liberatore (R).

Davenport 15, H-T 7

Chris Yearsley struck out 11 and combined with Tyler Palmer for a six-hitter that led visiting Davenport to a Delaware League victory.

Zach Davis went 2-for-4 with a run for Hunter-Tannersville (7-5, 3-5), which visits Windham on Monday.


Davenport     102 714 0 _ 15 13 6

H-T     300 021 1 _ 7 6 3

Chris Yearsley (W), Tyler Palmer (7) and Garrett Reynolds. Reno Romito (L), Tyler Kelaher (4) and Nick Jones, Reno Romito (7). 2B _ Kyle Friedman (H).

Jefferson 5, Windham 0

Taylor Schulte and Stephen Schmitt hit two-run doubles in the fifth to lift visiting Jefferson to a Delaware League victory.

Schmitt finished 2-for-4 at the plate and struck out six in four innings for the pitching victory. Reliever Tyler Dibble struck out five in the last three innings to combine ona two-hitter for Jefferson.

Andrew Messina had both hits for Windham (0-8), which hosts Hunter-Tannersville on Monday.

Jefferson 5, Windham 0

Jefferson     001 040 0 _ 5 6 1

Windham     000 000 0 _ 0 2 3

Stephen Schmitt (W), Tyler Dibble (5) and Bryan Case. Brandan Cohane (L) and Kerry Oldknow. 2B _ Stephen Schmitt (J), Taylor Schulte (J).

Milford 6, RS 3

Eighth-grader Peyton Griffiths struck out 10 in his first varsity start as Milford won at home in the Tri-Valley League.

Jesse Truax drove in Griffiths with a fielder's choice to snap a 3-all tie in the sixth, when the Wildcats scored three runs.

Zach Boss tripled for Richfield Springs, which was held to three hits.

Milford (5-7, 4-6) visits Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Saturday.

Milford 6, RS 3

Richfield Springs     000 210 0 _ 3 3 2

Milford     210 003 x _ 6 8 4

Peyton Griffiths (W) and Dan Hoppe. Joeal Gardner (L) and Luke VanRiper. 3B _ Zach Boss (R).

Worcester 16, Schenevus 4

Ryan Sklenka went 4-for-4 with three RBIs and four runs, and winning pitcher Brendan Ralph went 2-for-4 with three RBIs to lead Worcester to a road win in the Tri-Valley League.

Worcester played as the home team because it does not have a field.

Ralph struck out eight and walked five in a two-hitter.

Worcester (6-5, 6-5), which received two hits and two RBIs from T.J. Horne, is at Milford on Monday.

Worcester 16, Schenevus 4

at Schenevus; Worcester home team

Schenevus     301 000 0 _ 4 2 5

Worcester     428 002 x _ 16 11 3

David Vosatka (L), Tyler Morris (4) and Seth Jory. Brendan Ralph (W) and Ryan Sklenka. 3B _ Ryan Sklenka (W).

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