Sports roundup

Walton's offense scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning and two more in the second, and the Warriors held off Downsville, 5-4, to get their first win of the young softball season on Tuesday.

After two hits and a fielders choice allowed the first three Walton (1-1) hitters to reach base safely in the first, cleanup hitter Samantha Layton drove in two runswith a single, putting her team ahead.

Downsville (0-2) responded with two runs in the top of the second, but Walton's Carissa Crandall ripped an RBI single in the bottom half of the frame as the Warriors scored two runs of their own.

Crandall went 2-for-2 at the plate with an RBI and a walk.

Downsville's Mara Marshall LeRoy hit an RBI double with Downsville trailing, 5-3, in the top of the seventh. But Walton starting pitcher Kylee Wiggans got out of the jam and closed the door on the Eagles to earn the win.

"Kylee looked really confident out there today," Walton head coach Tera Talbot said, "She came out ready to throw and did a really good job for us."

Marshall LeRoy finished 3-for-4 with two doubles, two RBI and a run scored.

Walton hosts Hancock tomorrow at 4:30 p.m.

Mount Markam 17, Edmeston 10

Mount Markham scored eight in the first inning en route to a five-inning victory over Edmeston in a non-league game at Edmeston on Tuesday. The cold game with several snowflakes flurrying throughout was shortened due to daylight.

It was the first game of the season for Edmeston (0-1), which got out on the field only once this preseason due to weather. That practice was the day prior.

The Panthers are without their “dominating” battery from last season.

“So they were a little nervous going in but we found our stride later in the innings,” head coach Kim Robinson said.

Pitcher Madison Clark went the complete five for Mt. Markham.

“She was pretty good for an eighth grader,” Robinson said.

Sophomore Madison Reinert started the game for Edmeston. Lizzy Williams took over in the third and Logan Lund in the fourth with catchers Lexi Williams and Anji Clark splitting time.

Edmeston's Michayla Cummings and Miranda Porter and Mt. Markham's Layla Ali all hit doubles. Gianna Placanica had a triple for Mt. Markham.

Edmeston will open its league schedule at Morris at 4:30 p.m. today.

Afton 11, Unatego 6

Unatego catcher Hali Lucia went 3-for-3 at the plate but the Spartans fell to Afton in their season opener on Tuesday.

"Hali (Lucia) did a really good job hitting today," said Unatego head coach Christina Butcher. "Especially since this is only our second day in the dirt this season. We were a little rough but overall it looked promising."

Afton wasted no time scoring, putting three runs on the board in the top of the first to take an early lead over the Spartans.

Unatego (0-1) managed to get a run of its own in the bottom half of the inning, knocking a run in off of Afton starter Tracy Hatton.

Unatego outscored the Crimson Knights, 2-1, in the second to make it 4-3.

Afton broke the game open in the top of the third, scoring four runs, including an RBI double from Lucia, to take a commanding lead.

Afton's Makaela Mills and Taylor Shultz each had a double in the win.

Unatego Starter Paige McCoy pitched the entire game, allowing 11 runs on 6 hits. Her defense committed four errors behind her.

"Paige (McCoy) is so steady all the time, she always wants to pitch and works hard," Butcher said. "I think we had a few errors due to the combination of jitters and just cold weather. I don't know how any of the girls could feel their hands.

Afton hosts Unadilla Valley on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

South Kortright 18, Roxbury 10

Bella Dubois hit a grand slam on Tuesday, leading South Kortright (1-0) to a win at home against Roxbury.

Trailing 10-8 in the sixth, the Rams broke the game open by bringing home 10 runs in the bottom half of the inning.

SK's Anna Reinshagen went 3-for-4 from the plate. Dubois finished with four RBI and Lacey Eckert and Emily Feltman had two RBI each for the Rams.

Daisy Accarodino had six strikeouts for Roxbury in the loss.

South Kortright hosts Windham on Thursday at 4:45 p.m.

Sidney 6, Marathon 2

Olivia DeMott pitched seven innings, striking out 14 batters and giving up two hits and two runs to lead Sidney (1-0) to a victory at home against Marathon on Tuesday.

The game was tied at one until the top of the third inning, when Marathon took the lead with a solo home run.

The Warriors scored two runs in the fifth and two more runs in the sixth to get the come-from-behind win.

Sidney's Alyssa Hawkins went 2-for-3 from the plate, including a single, double, RBI and run scored

"It took a little while to get the bats going but we played good defense behind good pitching," Sidney head coach Mike Brazee said.  "It was nice to get outside and get a win."

Sidney travels to Harpursville on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

Hancock 21, Delhi 5

Mikayla Kravetsky pitched five innings and Laycee Drake had a double and a triple to lead Hancock (1-1) to a win at home in five innings on Tuesday.

After taking a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first, Hancock scored nine runs in the second and never looked back.

"We have plenty to work on, we struggled yesterday against Harpursville and it was good to get the win today." said Hancock coach Kim Mickowski.

Delhi's Riley Davis hit s triple for her team's lone extra-base hit.

Hancock travels to Walton on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m

HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS

Roxbury 6, Stamford 0

Roxbury pulled even on the young season, following up a season-opening loss with a 6-0 victory over Stamford on Tuesday.

The Rockets opened their home schedule with wins in every match except fifth singles, where both teams forfeited. All matches were decided by at least five points.

Christian Sparisou, Patrick Wojciechowski and Christina Iannello each won their matches by a 9-0 score. Brendan Reidlinger earned a 9-2 win in first singles.

Mayah Johnston and Catherine Jankowski won first doubles, 9-4, and Ryder Albano and Eric Iannello earned a win via forfeit in second doubles.

Roxbury will host Andes on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Windham 6, Hunter-Tannersville 1

Windham defeated Hunter-Tannersville on Tuesday, 6-1, earning its second straight win of the season.

Windham swept the court during singles matches, with each player defeating their opponent. Tenjing Sherpa defeated Eric Kapple, 9-1, in first singles. Bethany Kletz, Chad Stang, Rocco Morelli, and Liz Martin won their singles matches for Windham as well.

Brady Post and Connor Darcy of Windham teamed up on Adrian Tasielsky and Cameron Radclif to win first doubles, 9-4.

Hunter-Tannersville's sole win of the afternoon came in second doubles, with Nicholas Uhrlik and Tanner Clemente defeating Samantha Kornbrek and Gracie Moran, 9-6.

Windham also defeated Delhi on Monday, 4-3.

Windham travels to Margaretville on Wednesday for a 4:30 p.m. match.

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS LACROSSE

Oneonta 14, Seton Catholic 13

Oneonta came away with an overtime win over Seton Catholic on Monday in its first game of the season.

After the ball was switching ends of the fields sporadically in the overtime period, The Yellowjackets' Parker Adkins cleared the ball into the offensive end after a missed shot over the net by Seton Catholic. He then dodged down the right side of the field, rolled back to his left hand and scored on a diving shot to steal the win for his team. Adkins had six goals in the game.

Hunter Burch had a standout game for the Yellowjackets, scoring two goals and tallying one assist. He was also brought out of the midfield halfway through the third quarter and played defense to shut down Evan Guizano, Seton Catholic's top scorer, which he did successfully.

Nick Dower and Trystan Jennings each scored three goals for Oneonta.

Guizano led the game with seven goals, also handing out one assist. Liam Bertis and Jonathon Williams had three goals each.

Oneonta travels to Dryden on Wednesday for a 4:30 p.m. game.

HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD

at Downsville

Boys: Downsville 90, Schenevus-Worcester 75, Andes 33, South Kortight-Cherry Valley 23

Downsville defeated three teams at their home meet Tuesday night.

The Eagles took eight events, including a domination of jumping by Desmonde Lambe. Lambe took the high jump with 5 feet, 10 inches, the long jump with 17 feet 7 1/4 inches and the triple jump with a distance of 38 feet, 9 inches.

Andrew Ruiz won the 400 meter with a time of 59.37 seconds, Haile Helper won the 110 hurdles in 22.84 seconds, Logan Cicio won the 400 hurdles in 1:13.81 seconds and the 4x800 meter team won the event with a time of 10:44.80.

Michael Milton of South Kortright-Cherry Valley placed first in two events, the 100 meter in 11.47 seconds and the 200 meter in 23.88 seconds.

Girls: Downsville 97, South Kortright-Cherry Valley 62, Schenevus-Worcester 30, Andes 16

The Downsville girls dominated their meet Tuesday night, defeating  second-place South Kortright-Cherry Valley by 25 points.

Emily Brown won the 200 and 400 meter races and was a part of the winning 4x100 meter relay team. Downsville's Lindsay Parks also won two events, the 800 and 3,000 meter races, and ran on the first place 4x800 meter relay team.

Kailee Young of Downsville won shot put with a distance of 28 feet, 7 inches.

Lauryn Werner of Andes threw 89 feet, 1 inch to take first place in discus.

at Oneonta

Boys: Oneonta 77, Susquehanna Valley 64

Oneonta won all three relays as well as all but three total track events to defeat Susquehanna Valley on Tuesday.

The Yellowjackets took two of six field events, both of which were won by Aidan Gould. Gould placed first in shot put at 43 feet, 1 inch and in discus at 126 feet, 3 inches.

Jon Hendley placed first in the 1,600 meters in a time of 5:27.80 and in the 3,200 meters in a time of 12:31.0. He won each by one minute over teammate Paul Zimmer.

The 400-meter relay team of Shane Miller, Dylan Breed, Andrew Morell and Kyle Rowe placed first in a time of 48.8 seconds. The 1,600-meter relay team of Max Orgeron, Zach Munson, Omar Nelson and Rowe placed first at 4:06.9. And the team of Munson, Nelson, Orgeron and Zimmer placed first in the 3,200-meter relay at 9:29. It was 30 seconds faster than the SV team.

Girls: Oneonta 98, Susquehanna Valley 41

Oneonta defeated Susquehanna Valley by a staggering 57 points Tuesday night.

OHS took 10 total events, only finishing out of first place in four. Reece Thorsland dominated the distance races, winning the 1,500 and 3,000 meter races in 6:10.20 and 14:30.10, respectively. She was also a part of the winning 3x800 meter squad.

Mary Lynch won the 100 meter hurdles, long jump, triple jump and was a member of the 4x100 meter relay team that won.

Genevieve Cortese won the only running events for Susquehanna Valley, taking the 100, 200 and 400 meter races.

Susquehanna Valley won the throwing events, including a 29 foot, 2 inch throw from Sierra Root to win shot put.

TUESDAY'S RESULTS

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

Walton 5, Downsville 4

Downsville ..... 021 000 1 – 4 5 0

Walton..... 320 000 x – 5 5 1

Kylee Wiggans (W, 1-1) and Carissa Crandall. Arianna Norwood (L), Mara Marshall LeRoy (3) and Faith Barich.

2B: Carissa Crandall (W), Marshall Leroy (D) 2.

Mount Markam 17, Edmeston 10

Mount Markham..... 815 12 --17

Edmeston …........ 012 07 – 10

Madison Clark (W) and Amber Bryce. Madison Reinert (L), Lizzy Williams (3), Logan Lund (4) and Lexi Williams/Anji Clark.

2B: Layla Ali (M), Miranda Porter (E), Michayla Cummings (E)

3B: Gianna Placanica (M).

Afton 11, Unatego 6

Afton ..... 314 030 0 – 11 6 2

Unatego..... 122 001 0 – 6 7 4

Tracy Hatton (W) and Madison Riley. Paige McCoy (L) and Hali Lucia.

2B: Makaela Mills (A), Taylor Shultz (A).

South Kortright 18, Roxbury 10

Roxbury ..... 3 0 1 2 4 0 0 - 10 5 2

SK ..... - 0 1 4 0 3 10 x - 18 14 3

Joanna Grommeck (W, 1-0) and Bella DuBois. Daisy Accarodino (L 0-1) Laccy German (6)and Bria Cross.

1B: Anna Reinshagen (S) 3.

2B: Lacey Eckert (S).

HR: Bella DuBois (S).

RBI: Bella Dubois (S) 4, Lacey Eckert (S) 2, Emily Feltman (S) 2.

Sidney 6, Marathon 2

Marathon ..... 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 - 2 3 5

Sidney ..... - 1 0 0 2 2 1 x - 6 7 1

Olivia DeMott (W, 1-0) and Mackenzie Constable. D. Baldwin (L 0-1) B. Mitchell (6) and Z. Carter.

1B: Taylor Microni (O) 2, Meredith Smithling (O) 2, Ally Baker (O) 2.

HR: B. Mitchell (M)

RBI: Alyssa Hawkins (S) 1, B. Mitchell (M) 2.

Hancock 21, Delhi 5

Delhi 000 50 - 5 2 6

Hancock - 193 62 - 21 13 3

Mikayla Kravetsky (W, 1-0) and Kaci Marino. Madison White (L 0-1) Veronica Armstron (5) and Kendra Ackerly.

2B: (H) Laycee Drake (A) 1, Kaylee Gill (A) 1.

3B: Laycee Drake (A) 1, Riley Davis (D) 1.

HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS

Roxbury 6, Stamford 0

Singles: Brendan Reidlinger (R) def. Bruce Link, 9-2; Christian Sparisou (R) def. Sevran Kane, 9-0

Patrick Wojciechowski (R) def. Remy Kane, 9-0; Christina Iannello (R) def. Brandi Swisher, 9-0; fifth singles: both forfeit

Doubles: Mayah Johnston and Catherine Jankowski (R) def. Gabe Fuller and Maelca Merchado, 9-4

Ryder Albano and Eric Iannello (R) won forfeit.

Windham 6, Hunter-Tannersville 1

Singles: Tenjing Sherpa (W) def. Eric Kapple 9-1, Bethany Kletz (W) def. Vinvent Cianciolo 9-5, Chad Stang (W) def. Armand Aizstrants 9-2, Rocco Morelli (W) def. Kurt Vitin 9-2, Liz Martin (W) def. Monica Glennon 9-4.

Doubles: Brady Post and Connor Darcy (W) def. Adrian Tasielsky and Cameron Radclif 9-4, Nicholas Uhrilk and Tanner Clemente (H) def. Samantha Kornbrek and Gracie Moran 9-6.

Delhi 5, B-G 0

Singles: Alex Haight (D) def. Jared Prukowski (B) 6-1, 6-0; Danny Rolse (D) def. Dadenn Canfield (B) , 6-2, 6-0; Miles Philion (D) def. Amaya Carlin (B), 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles: Hunter Sanford and Paul Avilia (D) def. Tanner Cliffe and Nate Oliver (B) 6-3, 6-2; Brandon Bodo and Jessica Davis (D) def. Ryan Cooper and Alex Tranvoag (B) 6-0,6-2.

HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD

at Downsville

Boys: Downsville 90, Schenevus-Worcester 75, Andes 33, South Kortight-Cherry Valley 23

100 meters: Michael Milton (SK) 11.47.

200: Michael Milton (SK) 23.88.

400: Andrew Ruiz (D) 59.37.

800: Hugh Gallagher (SW) 2:12.18.

1,600: Ben Gler (SW) 5:34.2.

3,200: James Maley (D) 16:5.

110 hurdles: Haile Helper (D) 22.84.

400 hurdles: Logan Cicio (D) 1:13.81.

400 relay: SW 50.42.

1,600 relay: SW 4:18.87.

3,200 relay: D (Logan Cicio, Andrew Ruiz, Stavros Nifortas, James Maley) 10:44.80.

High jump: Desmonde Lambe (D) 5-10.

Long jump: Desmonde Lambe (D) 17-7.75.

Triple jump: Desmonde Lambe (D) 38-9.

Shot put: James Depierro (A) 36-8.

Discus: James Depierro (A) 89-8.

Girls: Downsville 97, South Kortright-Cherry Valley 62, Schenevus-Worcester 30, Andes 16

100 meters: Sam Severin (D) 14.03.

200: Emily Brown (D) 27.34.

400: Emily Brown (D) 1:03.44

800: Lindsay Parks (D) 2:55.81.

1,500: Madison Pedrick (SK) 6:26.4.

3,000: Lindsay Parks (D) 14:42.44.

100 hurdles: Amber Wyckoff (SW) 20.94.

400 Hurdles: Zelda Adams (D) 1:26.62.

400 relay: D (Emily Brown, Samantha Severin, Zelda Adams, Kailee Young) 55.78.

3,200 relay: D (Kia Haering, Lindsay Parks, Haley Peck, Meg Powsley) 13:45.30.

High jump: Morgan Pierce (SK) 4-0.

Long jump: Sam Severin (D) 12-7.25.

Triple jump: Loureli Magnan (SK) 21-7.25.

Shot put: Kailee Young (D) 28-7.

Discus: Lauryn Werner (A) 89-1.

at Oneonta

Boys: Oneonta 77, Susquehanna Valley 64

100 meters: second, Troy Haskins (O ), 12.0

200: second, Kyle Rowe (O), 25.1

400: Rowe (O ), 55.9

800: Jon Hendley (O), 2:24.0

1,600: Hendley (O), 5:27.8

3,200: Hendley (O), 12:31.0

110 hurdles: second, Andrew Morell, 18.0

400 hurdles: Morell, 62.8

400 relay: Oneonta (Shane Miller, Dylan Breed, Morell, Rowe), 48.8

1,600 relay: Oneonta (Max Orgeron, Rowe, Zach Munson, Omar Nelson), 4:06.9

3,200 relay: Oneonta (Munson, Nelson, Orgeron, Paul Zimmer), 9:29

High jump: second, Alex Russell (O), 5-2

Long jump: N/A

Triple jump: third, Andrew Morell (O), 38-0

Shot put: Aidan Gould (O), 43-1

Discus: Gould (O), 126-3

at Susquehanna Valley

Girls: Oneonta 98, Susquehanna Valley 41

100 meters: Genevieve Cortese (S) 12.9.

200: Genevieve Cortese (S) 28.2.

400: Genevieve Cortese (S) 65.3.

800: Claire Coe (O) 2:57.0.

1,500: Reece Thorsland (O) 6:10.2.

3,000: Reece Thorsland (O) 14:30.10.

100 hurdles: Mary (O) Lynch 17.0.

400 relay: O (Mary Lynch, Morgan Jipson, Erin Stalder, Yuliah Johnson) 56.3.

1,600 relay: O (Dani Basdekis, Erin Stalder, Olivia O'Donnel, Claire Coe) 5:28.5.

3,200 relay: O (M. Getman, Claire Coe. S. Ficano, Reece Thorsland) 12:34.28.

High jump: Willow Sunderland (O) 4-4.

Long jump: Mary Lynch (O) 15-1.25.

Triple jump: Mary Lynch (O) 31-11.

Shot put: Sierra Root (S) 29-2.

Discus: E. Valentine (S) 90-8.

MONDAY'S RESULTS

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS LACROSSE

Oneonta 14, Seton Catholic 13

Seton Catholic ….. 4 4 3 2 0 – 13

Oneonta ….. 2 6 6 1 1 – 14

Seton Catholic: Evan Guizano 7-1, Liam Bertis 3-0, Jonathon Williams 3-3, Wyatt Breese 0-2.

Oneonta (1-1): Parker Adkins 6-0, Nick Dower 3-1, Trystan Jennings 3-0, Hunter Burch 2 -1, Jerry Wells 0-2, Mario Montanti 0-1.

Shots: O, 38-14.

Faceoffs: O, 17-for-30.

Groundballs: O, 46-33.

Goalies: Nick Hacken (S) 5; Anthony Romanelli (O) 10.

HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS

Cooperstown 4, Poland 1

Singles: Will Weldon (C) def. Peter Burrett, 6-0, 6-0; Noah Lifgren (C) def. Parker Morrison, 6-1, 6-0; Kate Trosset (C) def. Kode Vzog, 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles: Reed Porter and Delaney Holohan (C) def. Ryan Kristworte and Jacob Steves, 6-1, 6-2; Austin Wright and Rachel Gauther (P) def. Lindsey Trosset and Josephine Bertram.

HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD

at Cooperstown

Top Cooperstown finishers

Boys: Cooperstown 70, Frankfort-Schuyler 48

100 meters: 3, Brandon Pullyblank 13.10

200: 1, Logan Kantor 26.10

400: 1, Isaiah Johnson 57.50

800: 1, Wriley Nelson 2:24.70

1,600: 2, Thomas Knight 5:27.50

3,200: N/A

110 hurdles: 1, Logan Kantor 18.80

400 hurdles: 1, Logan Kantor 1:07.70

400 relay: 2, (Ryan Burns, Giacamo Gentiles, Rainer Gardner, Jack Odell) 55.40

1,600 relay: 1, (Ward Oles, Brandon Pullyblank, Thomas Knight, Isaiah Johnson) 4:11.50

3,200 relay: 1, (Ward Oles, Wriley Nelson, Brandon Pullyblank, Thomas Knight) 10:03.80

High jump: 1, Griffin Leboffe 5-1

Long jump: 1, Isaiah Johnson 19-11.75

Triple jump: 1, Tyler Colombo 40-1.75

Shot put: 3, Dakota Chase 31-4

Discus: 6, Tim Walker 70-11

Pole vault: N/A

Girls: Cooperstown 100, Frankfort-Schuyler 31

100 meters: 2, Grace LeCates 14.10.

200: 1, Grace LeCates 29.50

400: 1, Baleigh Behan 1:16.50

800: 1, Samantha Fanion 2:36.70

1,500: 1, Heidi Edmonds 5:28.60

3,000: N/A

100 hurdles: 1, Nora Jenson 18.90

400 relay: 1, (Nora Jensen, Sophia Lesko, Grace LeCates, Sam Wehner) 55.30

1,600 relay: 1, (Abby Ford, Heidi Edmonds, Grace LeCates, Samantha Fanion) 5:00.10

3,200 relay: 1, (Ariadne Hodgson, Julie Ratliff, Abby Ford, Samantha Fanion) 12:29.40

High jump: 1, Julie Ford 4-10.

Long jump: 3, Sophia Lesko 12-8.25.

Triple jump: 1, Julie Ford 31-3

Shot put: 2, Riley Jubar 25-0

Discus: 1, Julie Ford 76-3

Pole vault: 1, Heidi Edmonds 5-0

Mount Markam 17, Edmeston 10

Mount Markham..... 815 12 --17

Edmeston …........ 012 07 – 10

Madison Clark (W) and Amber Bryce. Madison Reinert (L), Lizzy Williams (3), Logan Lund (4) and Lexi Williams/Anji Clark.

2B: Layla Ali (M), Miranda Porter (E), Michayla Cummings (E)

3B: Gianna Placanica (M).

Mount Markam 17, Edmeston 10

Mount Markham scored eight in the first inning en route to a five-inning victory over Edmeston in a non-league game at Edmeston on Tuesday. The cold game with several snowflakes flurrying throughout was shortened due to daylight.

It was the first game of the season for Edmeston (0-1), which got out on the field only once this preseason due to weather. That practice was the day prior.

The Panthers are without their “dominating” battery from last season.

“So they were a little nervous going in but we found our stride later in the innings,” head coach Kim Robinson said.

Madison Clark went the complete five for Mt. Markham.

“She was pretty good for an eighth grader,” Robinson said.

Sophomore Madison Reinert started the game for Edmeston. Lizzy Williams took over in the third and Logan Lund in the fourth with catchers Lexi Williams and Anji Clark splitting time.

Edmeston's Michayla Cummings and Miranda Porter and Mt. Markham's Layla Ali all hit doubles. Gianna Placanica had a triple for Mt. Markham.

Edmeston will open its league schedule at Morris at 4:30 p.m. today.

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