Oneonta High ran its winning streak to 11 in a row Friday as the Yellowjackets beat host Seton Catholic Central, 7-3, in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball game at NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton.

"We got outhit for the second game in a row," said OHS coach Joe Hughes, whose team finished with seven hits and allowed nine a day after being outhit, 5-4, in its 3-0 victory over Chenango Forks. "We came up with some big plays and had some big hits, though."

Clinging to a 4-3 lead Friday, the Jackets scored three times in the seventh to put Seton away. Chris Pindar scored on a throwing error to make it 5-3 and Sean Getman came home on an infield error for a 6-3 lead before James Emilio capped the rally with a pinch-hit, RBI double.

Getman and Dan Hodne (triple) had two hits apiece for Oneonta, which got six strikeouts and no walks in a complete game from Conor Youngs. John Martin went 3-for-3 against Youngs, who was given a 4-1 lead after three innings.

Oneonta plays a key STAC game at Chenango Valley on Monday.

"They're undefeated, so they've got their own streak going," said Hughes, who added he will start junior lefthander Mike Calkins against the Warriors. "We're expecting a good ballgame."

OHS fell, 3-2, to CV earlier this season.

Oneonta 7, Seton 3

at NYSEG Stadium

Oneonta     022 000 3 _ 7 7 1

Seton CC     010 200 0 _ 3 9 4

Conor Youngs (W,4-1) and Zach Pidgeon. Connor McCormack (L), Connor Ackerman (4) and Connor Ligeikis. 2B _ Neil McCormack (S), Dan Hodne (O), James Emilio (O). 3B _ Dan Hodne (O).

Harpursville 6, Walton 5

Travis Snow's two-run double with one out in the ninth inning capped a walkoff victory for host Harpursville in the MAC.

Dan Bowker's RBI single in the top of the ninth drove in Nick Shiels to put Walton ahead, 5-4.

Harpursville then loaded the bases on two walks and a single by Alex Drummond to set up Snow, who drove a shot to left-center field to end it.

The teams combined for 23 hits, with 11 going for extra bases.

Bowker finished with three hits, two runs and two RBIs for the Warriors, who visit Delhi on Saturday.

Mason Dean had three hits for Harpursville, which received two hits and two RBIs from Barriger.

The Hornets are at Afton at 3 p.m. Saturday.

Harpursville 6, Walton 5

Walton     110 020 001 _ 5 10 0

Harpursville     103 000 002 _ 6 13 2

Dan Bowker, Fred Babcock (8,L) and Isaac Wacha. Jared Decker, Brendon VanEtten (6,W,3-0) and Mason Dean. Jared Decker (H) 2, Mason Dean (H) 2, Dakota Barriger (H), Jim Kelley (H), Eric Storrs (H), Travis Snow (H), Dan Bowker (W) 2, Fred Babcock (W).

SV 7, Unatego 4

Josh Lambrecht had two hits, two runs and an RBI for Unatego, which dropped a non-league game on the road.

Josh Swanger, Matt Zawiski and Tim Wilson had two hits apiece for the Sabers, who scored six times in the sixth inning en route to their first victory this season.

SV 7, Unatego 4

Unatego     100 030 0 _ 4 6 1

Susquehanna Valley     010 006 x _ 7 9 1

Quinn Barnhart, Phil Youngs (5,L) and Lucas DeJoy. James Chantry, Dylan Kilmer (5), Josh Swanger (6,W) and Matt Zawiski, James Chantry (5). 2B _ Josh Lambrecht (U), Taylor Deeter (S).

Jefferson 11, Downsville 10

A piece of heads-up baserunning by Bryan Case in the sixth inning helped host Jefferson to a Delaware League victory.

The J-Hawks already had four runs across and runners at second and third with two outs when John Cammer hit a popup that started in foul ground.

"The wind caught it and it landed a foot fair about 8 feet in front of the plate," Jefferson coach John Toroni said. "The guy at second (Case) was (running on contact). I had to wakeup the guy on third base. The catcher was laying on the ground and the pitcher was on the ground. (Case) dove in and got under the tag (of pitcher Josh Ahearn)."

It gave Jefferson an 11-10 lead and winning pitcher Stephen Schmitt struck out the first two batters in the top of the seventh. The third batter walked, but Case threw him out on a steal attempt for the final out.

Earlier in the sixth inning, Nick Smith hit a two-run single. Smith finished 2-for-3 with three RBIs.

Losing pitcher Ahearn went 4-for-4 with a double and two triples.

Jefferson (7-1, 6-1) travels to Stamford at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Jefferson 11, Downsville 10

Downsville     241 020 0 _ 10 8 3

Jefferson     410 006 x _ 11 10 3

Josh Ahearn (L) and Nick Baxter. Taylor Schulte, John Cammer (2), Stephen Schmitt (4,W) and Bryan Case. 2B _ Luke Brockway (J), Josh Ahearn (D). 3B _ Josh Ahearn (D) 2.

Greene 10, UV 5

Brandon Miles went 3-for-3 and scored three times, and Brett Smith had two hits for Unadilla Valley, which lost at home in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

The Storm (4-5, 3-4) plays at Hancock at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

Greene 10, UV 5

Greene     021 023 2 _ 10 10 3

UV     112 000 1 _ 5 10 5

Matt Jones (W) and Pavrish, Norton (4). Brandon Miles (L), Brett Smith (7) and Zach Montgomery. 2B _ Brandon Miles (U), Brett Smith (U), Carlin (G).

Sidney 12, B-G 1

Nate McDonald struck out six and walked three in a two-hitter and Tanner Westcott hit a two-run homer during Sidney's Midstate Athletic Conference road victory.

Westcott hit a two-run shot to right-center in the Warriors' three-run third inning.

Jon Wingate, Billy Kozak, Andy Kozak and Dylan Umbra had two hits apiece for Sidney (8-1-1).

Paul Parsons went 2-for-3, including a triple in the fourth inning _ Bainbridge-Guilford's first hit off McDonald.

The Bobcats (6-4, 6-3) travel to Delhi on Wednesday.

Sidney 12, B-G 1

Sidney     133 500 0 _ 12 12 0

B-G     000 100 0 _ 1 2 5

Nate McDonald (W) and Matt Vogel. Paul Parsons (L), Austin Bauerle (4) and Gordy Shields. 2B _ Jon Wingate (S), Billy Kozak (S), Damion Zimmer (S). 3B _ Paul Parsons (B). HR _ Tanner Westcott (S).

RS 15, Remsen 3

Matt McMann hit a three-run homer to left in the sixth inning and Matt McMann went 5-for-5 with five RBIs as the host school won in the Richfield Springs Sports Booster Tournament.

Ben Smith contributed four hits for the Indians (6-2), who received five scoreless innings from winning pitcher Kyle Richvalsky. He had one strikeout and no walks.

RS (6-2) plays Gilbertsville-Mount Upton at 10 a.m. Saturday in the three-team tournament. G-MU opposes Remsen at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.

Richfield Springs 15, Remsen 3


Remsen     120 000 0 _ 3 7 2

Richfield Springs     240 104 4 _ 15 18 0

Cody Rubenski, Garrett Shufelt (7) and Nate Corr. Nick Nicoletta, Kyle Richvalsky (2,W) and Luke Van Riper, Joeal Gardner (6) . 2B _ Nate Corr (Rem), Rich Hartman (Rem), Nick Nicoletta (RS). HR _ Matt McMann (RS).

Milford 29, Schenevus 15

Visiting Milford broke away from a 13-all tie by scoring 14 runs in the fifth inning of its Tri-Valley League victory.

Brian Thorn hit a two-run triple in the fifth for Milford, which received two hits apiece from Paul VanWarner and Wyatt Waters.

Billy Butzke had two hits for Schenevus (2-10, 2-7), which plays host to Worcester on Monday.

Milford 29, Schenevus 15

Milford     401 8(14)2 0 _ 29 7 2

Schenevus     3(10)0 010 1 _ 15 10 10

Brandon Bostwick, Jesse Truax (3,W) and Dan Hoppe. Billy Butzke, Tyler Morris (4,L), David Vosatka (5), Austin Ward (6) and Seth Jory, Brandon Dixon (7). 2B _ Evan Dulkis (S). 3B _ Brian Thorn (M).

Edmeston 18, Laurens 1

Blake Pavelka's 2-for-3 day included a three-run triple in the first inning as visiting Edmeston cruised in the Tri-Valley League.

Pavelka finished with five RBIs and Blake Vibbard contributed three hits for the Panthers, who received six strikeouts from winning pitcher Tom Parker.

David Fraser had a pair of hits for Laurens (0-6), which plays host to Morris in a doubleheader Thursday.

Edmeston 18, Laurens 1

Edmeston     540 600 3 _ 18 15 0

Laurens     001 000 0 _ 1 4 2

Tom Parker (W), Garrett Gott (6) and Clayton Hawes. Bryan Bennett (L), Tanner Sparaco (1), Kaede Ogi (6) and Matt MacLachlan. 2B _ Clayton Hawes (E), Tom Parker (E), Jordan Ruffles (E), Brandon Kline (E). 3B _ Blake Pavelka (E).

Delhi 5, Deposit 4

Delhi's Mike Thomas hit a two-out single to center that drove in two runs in the fifth inning to give the host Bulldogs a 5-4 lead in their Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Thomas finished 2-for-3.

Winning pitcher Sean Kline relieved in the third and kept Deposit scoreless over the final five innings. He struck out six and walked one.

"Kline stayed ahead of hitters and had a nice breaking ball today," Delhi coach Fred Barkalow said.

Delhi plays at Walton on Saturday.

Delhi 5, Deposit 4

Deposit     130 000 0 _ 4 6 2

Delhi     000 320 x _ 5 6 1

Derek Lenio (L) and Evan Thomas; Anthony Salerno, Sean Kline (3,W,2-1) and Brian Hannigan. 2B _ Doug Raymond (Dep).

Westmorland 9, Cooperstown 6

Cooperstown's Greg Brodersen was 3-for-4 with a double, a triple and two RBIs, but host Cooperstown couldn't hold an early five-run lead in a Center State Conference loss.

Brodersen's two-run single highlighted a four-run first inning for Cooperstown (6-5, 3-4). Redskins starting pitcher Ryon Bennett held Westmoreland scoreless for three innings, but yielded three runs in the fourth. Jim Donley started the fifth inning for Cooperstown, but didn't get anyone out as Westmoreland scored six times.

Cooperstown stranded 17 runners. The Reskins will next travel to Sherburn-Earlville on Monday.

Westmorland 9, Cooperstown 6

Westmorland     000 360 0 _ 9 15 1

Cooperstown     410 010 0 _ 6 6 2

Ben Rolewicz, Kyle Doolen (W,6) and Jason Arcuri: Ryon Bennett, Jim Donley (5,L), Jarrett Hotaling (5) and Jarrett Hotaling, Jim Donley (5). 2B _ Dan Smith (W), Greg Brodersen (C). 3B _ Greg Brodersen (C).

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