Schenevus tops Laurens, clinches TVL title

CHERYL CLOUGHSchenevus runner Hannah Osborne scores a run for the Dragons as she beats the throw to Laurens catcher Sierra Johnson during Thursday's game.

Hannah Osborne had a game-high four hits for Schenevus softball in the Dragons’ 17-5 win over Laurens.

The win clinched the Tri-Valley League regular season title for the unbeaten Dragons (9-0).

Osborne scored four runs and went 4-for-6 with a stolen base. Cassie Snyder went 3-for-5 and knocked in four runs. Autumn Jones and Ericka Spranger each had two hits for the Dragons. Starting pitcher Alexis Hults picked up the victory pitching for Schenevus, throwing a complete game while striking out seven and walking six.

Karly Barra had three hits for Laurens, including a solo home run in the third inning. She went 3-for-4 with two runs batted in.


Laurens (6-3) hosts Milford on Saturday for a 12 p.m game, part of a tournament in which Edmeston and Hamilton will also take part.

Richfield Springs 8, Franklin 5 

Two Richfield Springs doubles keyed a four-run 10th inning that finally broke open a tie game and secured a victory over Franklin.

Kenadi Butler had an RBI double in the top of the 10th that pushed across the eventual winning run for the Indians. Butler then scored on a 2-run double from Evonna Mower that extended the lead for Richfield Springs.

Jackie Hosford started the scoring in the 10th inning with an RBI single after. By rule, a runner was placed on second base to start the inning. The game was sent to extra innings after Molly Bobnick hit a RBI double for the Indians in the top of the seventh inning, and the tying run scored after a throwing error on the relay.

Adrianna Sperry went 4-for-6 with a double hitting in the leadoff spot for Franklin. Leah Hyzer got one run back in the bottom of the 10th inning on a RBI groundout, but Franklin was unable to get more than that.


Franklin (2-6, 2-6) hosts Cherry Valley-Springfield on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

Unatego 7, Sidney 6

Paige McCoy had 12 strikeouts as Unatego scored two in the bottom of the seventh for a come-from-behnd win.

Down a run in the final frame, Brooke Ferrara hit a RBI single to tie the game. Carly Hill followed by driving in McCoy with a single for the win.

McCoy threw six strong innings to earn the win in the circle before Mallory Fraser entered in the seventh inning with Hali Lucia catching.

Lucia went 4-for-4 at bat, with a RBI triple in the first inning and a double in the third. She also scored three runs.

Fraser had a RBI double in the second, and McCoy went 2-for-3 with a double in the fifth.

Unatego (4-7, 4-5) hosts Walton Monday at 4:30 p.m.

Chenango Valley 8, Oneonta 5

Oneonta's Maria Farrell went 4-for-4 at the plate in the Yellowjackets' loss to Chenango Valley on Thursday.

Farrell had three RBI to go with her four-hit performance. Meredith Smithling and Mary Brantlet went 2-for-3 for OHS.

Oneonta put two runs on the board in the top of the first, but seven Chenango Valley runs over the course of the next two innings put the Yellowjackets away for good.

Jenna Gaisford and Kelly Weeks combined to throw seven innings for OHS. Catcher Riley Falconia-Gray had the team's only extra-base hit, a double.

Oneonta (3-8) travels to New Hartford on Saturday at 3:30 p.m.

Worcester 24, G-MU 2

Worcester's Jenna Morell got her third straight victory in the circle Thursday as the Wolverines topped Gilbertsville-Mount Upton.

Morrell was relieved by Delimar Vega-Haley in the fourth. The Worcester duo pitched five innings, striking out six and walking two while allowing three hits.

The Wolverines scored 10 first-inning runs thanks to four hits and nine walks.

Lynessa Otero went 3-for-4 with two RBI at the plate.

Worcester (5-3, 4-3) hosts Edmeston on Friday.

Windham 16, South Kortright 11

Starting pitcher Samantha Aplin allowed just five hits for Windham in the Warriors’ win over South Kortright.

Aplin struck out three and walked six in seven innings of work. Windham scored a run in every inning except for the fifth.

Faith Dianich and Nikki Dorosky combined for four strikeouts for South Kortright. The Rams committed seven errors as a team.

South Kortright (2-9, 2-4) hosts Hunter-Tannersville on Friday at 4:15 p.m.

Davenport 12, Morris 4

Davenport scored 12 runs on eight hits to defeat Morris.

Lexie Cobb started for Davenport until being relieved by Kendra Kohout in the third inning. Justine Lubbers was behind the plate for the Wildcats.

Lubbers also had a game-high three hits, one of them a double.

Defensively, Reanen Goodspeed had two individual double plays, catching a foul ball and stepping on first base in both the third and fourth innings. She also stole two bases for the Mustangs.

Teammate Miesha Neer had four stolen bases, while Molly Dugan hit a triple.

Mya Laubmeier pitched for Morris until Triana Hawkins entered for the game for the final out. Maddie Aikens caught the game.

Morris (0-7) hosts Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Friday at 4:30 p.m.


Oneonta 5, Chenango Valley 0

Teddy McGraw threw a one-hit shutout for his second win of the season in Oneonta’s victory over Chenango Valley.

McGraw (2-1) went the first four innings without allowing a hit and ended up going six innings with one hit allowed, two walks and 16 strikeouts. McGraw allowed his only hit on a single up the middle with one out in the fifth.

Ryan Packard came in to pitch the seventh and struck out two batters.18 out of the 21 Chenango Valley outs were recorded by strikeout.

McGraw also helped himself out offensively, going 2-for-3 with two runs scored and a stolen base. He was the only Yellowjacket with multiple hits.

Oneonta scored four runs in the seventh. Tanner Russin had a RBI single in the inning, and Jordan Goble had a 2-run single.

Aidan Breakey had a RBI single in the first inning that drove in McGraw to open the scoring.

Oneonta (7-5, 6-3) travels to Seton Catholic on Wednesday for a 4:30 p.m. game.

South Kortright 7, Windham 0

Patrick Dengler pitched five shutout innings to pick up the victory for South Kortright in the Rams’ win over Windham

Dengler struck out eight and walked two with just two hits allowed.

The catcher, Chris Champlin, went 2-for-2 with a RBI and two runs scored. Brandon Grommeck didn’t record a hit but had two RBI. Logan Kauffman and Aidan Fox each scored two runs.

Brian VanValin pitched all five innings for Windham and allowed seven runs, four of which were earned, on six hits, five walks, and five strikeouts.

Windham (0-9, 0-4) travels to Margaretville on Friday at 4:45 p.m.


Franklin 12, Richfield Springs 2

Bryce Davis led the Franklin offense to a five-inning win over Richfield Springs.

Davis went 3-for-4 at the plate with three RBI to pace the Purple Devils. Matt Serrao went 3-for-4 with two doubles, while Jeff Bullis, Collin Campbell and Brandon Gregory each had two hits.

“This was probably our best game of the year hitting,” Franklin coach Darryl Beers said.

Franklin totaled 16 hits.

On the mound, Gregory (2-1) earned the win by throwing the first three innings. Serrao and Brian Johns pitched in the fourth and fifth innings, respectively, with Davis catching.

Jake Bennett started for Richfield Springs until being relieved by Dave Leonard in the fourth.

Jake Patterson went 3-for-3 at the plate for the Indians.

Franklin (4-4, 4-3) hosts Cherry Valley-Springfield/Sharon Springs on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

Davenport 7, Morris 2

Davenport scored all seven of its runs on just two hits in the last three innings to defeat Morris.

Ben Child, starting pitcher for Morris, didn’t allow a hit until the fifth, when Davenport scored four runs. Child totaled six strikeouts before he was relieved by J.J. Benjamin in the seventh inning.

Nate Amadon earned the win on the mound for Davenport, allowing two hits and striking seven.

Warren Quigley and Jordan Wamsley each had a double for the Wildcats.

“We’re young and made some mistakes at the wrong time while they made pretty much all their plays,” Morris coach Pat Harmer said. “It was a pretty evenly matched game.”

Morris, (1-8, 1-5) hosts Milford on Monday at 4:30 p.m.


Center State Tennis Tournament

Cooperstown placed a competitor in all five finals, but won just tw to take second place in the Center State Conference tournament. The Hawkeyes totaled 29 points, behind only Holland Patent (41).

Noah Lifgren recorded the lone singles win for Cooperstown, defeating Holland Patent's Alec Helmer, 10-7, in the final after coming in as the second seed.

Cooperstown also prevailed in first singles as the duo of Delaney Holohan and Lucas Shaheen-Kritz defeated HP’s Ethan Ellis and Jack Mahanna in the final, 10-7.

The Hawkeye senior earned a bye in the first round before recording decisions of 8-0 and 8-2 in the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively.

Will Weldon entered as the top seeed in first singles, but fell to HP's Chris Gaige, 10-6, in the final

Kate Trosset, the second seed in third singles, did not drop a game in the quarters or semis, but fell to HP's Glen Gaige in a tiebreaker (9-8, 7-2) in the final.

Lindsey Trosset and Joey Bertram lost the final in second doubles to Carter Williams and Thomas Briel of Holland Patent, 10-3.

Cooperstown hosts Little Falls on Friday at 4 p.m., and travels to Delhi on Saturday.


Cooperstown 173, Sherburne-Earlville 199

Cooperstown used its depth to top Sherburne-Earlville on Thursday at par-35 Mountain Top GC.

S-E's Andrew Fern took medalist honors with a 39, but Hawkeyes filled places 2-5 for the team win.

Michael Kelley led Cooperstown with a 41, followed by Nate Miller's 42 and a pair of 45s from Jack Lambert and Isaac Falk.

S-E's Keegan Kane carded a 51, followed by Patric Harter (54) and Maleah Britton (55).




Schenevus 17, Laurens 5

Schenevus..... 205 252 1 - 17 18 2

Laurens..... 012 000 2 - 5 8 6

Alexis Hults (W) and Sam Osborne, Camielah Widman. Skyler White (L) and Sierra Johnson.

2B: Sierra Johnson (La). Hannah Osborne, Ericka Springer, Camielah Widman (S).

HR: Karly Barra (La).

Richfield Springs 8, Franklin 5 

Richfield Springs..... 110 000 200 4 - 8 8 3

Franklin..... 003 001 000 1 - 5 12 5

Kiersten Hess (W) and Elena Mower. Alyssa Nowhitney (L, 1-4) and Rachel Cobane.

2B: Kenadi Butler, Evonna Mower, Molly Bobnick (RS). Adrianna Sperry (F).

Unatego 7, Sidney 6

Sidney …… 020 013 0 - 6 4 4

Unatego …… 210 020 2 - 7 9 5

Paige McCoy (W, 4-7), Mallory Fraser (7) and Hali Lucia. Amber Rodgers (L) and Bryleigh Beauchat.

2B: Hali Lucia (U), Mallory Fraser (U), Paige McCoy (U). 3B: Hali Lucia (U).

Chenango Valley 8, Oneonta 5

Oneonta..... 202 010 0– 5 11 3

CV ..... 250 100 x – 8 6 2

Jenna Gaisford (L), Kelly Weeks (2) and Riley Falconia-Gray. K. Warwick (W), T. Goga (6) and C. Liddle.

2B: K. Burden (C), Riley Falconia-Gray (O).

3B: K. Burden (C).

HR: R. Cron (C).

Worcester 24, G-MU 2

Worcester..... (10)95 00– 24 7 4

G-MU..... 000 02 – 2 3 1

Jenna Morrell (W), Delimar Vega-Haley (4) and Miriam Odell. Bonczkowski (L), D'Amato (3) and Christian.

Windham 16, South Kortright 11

Windham..... 523 302 1 - 16 8 2

South Kortright..... 312 104 0 - 11 5 7

Samantha Aplin (W) and Maddie Poehmel. Faith Dianich (L), Nikki Dorosky (5) and Payton Pietrantoni.

2B: D. Leishear.

Davenport 12, Morris 4

Davenport ….… 302 014 2 - 12 8 4

Morris ……. 200 001 1 - 4 4 6

Lexi Cobb, Kendra Kohout (3) and Justine Lubbers. Mya Laubmeier, Triana Hawkins (7) and Maddie Aikens.

2B: Justine Lubbers (D). 3B: Molly Dugan (M).


Oneonta 5, Chenango Valley 0

Oneonta..... 100 000 4 - 5 7 2

Chenango Valley..... 000 000 0 - 0 1 1

Teddy McGraw (W, 2-1), Ryan Packard (7) and Cameron Neer. John Forbidussi (L) and Vince Rogers.

2B: Teddy McGraw (O).


South Kortright 7, Windham 0

South Kortright ..... 203 20 – 7 6 0

Windham ..... 000 00 – 0 2 2

Patrick Dengler (W) and Chris Champlin. Brian VanValin (L) and Brent Emerton.

2B: Chris Champlin (SK). 

Franklin 12, Richfield Springs 2

Richfield Springs ……. 000 02 - 2 4 5

Franklin ……. 251 13 - 12 16 0

Brandon Gregory (W, 2-1), Matt Serao (4), Brian Johns (5) and Bryce Davis. Jake Bennett (L), Dave Leonard (4) and Austin Bowman.

2B: Matt Serrao 2 (F), Jake Patterson (R).



Davenport 7, Morris 2

Davenport ……. 000 042 1 - 7 2 1

Morris ……. 001 000 1 - 2 2 3

Nate Amadon (W), Matt Vroman (7) and Warren Quigley. Ben Child (L), J.J. Benjamin (7) and Matt Burtis.

2B: Warren Quigley (D), Jordan Wamsley (D).



Cooperstown 173, Sherburne-Earlville 199

at Mountain Top Golf Course

Par 35

Cooperstown (5-0): Michael Kelley 41, Nate Miller 42, Jack Lambert 45, Isaac Falk 45

Sherburne (3-3): Andrew Fern 39, Keegan Kane 51, Patric Harter 54, Maleah Britton 55