Local School Sports Roundup
Published: May 31st, 2021
By: Patrick Newell

Local school sports roundup Sun file photo


Norwich baseball splits games

NORWICH - Norwich’s baseball team salvaged a 1-1 split from last week putting together its best offensive performance of the season on Thursday.

The Tornado snatched the lead against Chenango Valley with a five-run second inning, and poured it on with eight more tallies in the fourth en route to a 17-5 victory.

The win came on the heels of a 7-5 setback to Susquehanna Valley on Tuesday.

In the win over CV, a trio of Purple batsmen collected three RBI on the day.

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Logan Ford and Evan Sylstra each had three-hit and three-ribbie days, while Mike Hagen also drove in three runs.

That offense backed the complete-game pitching performance of winning pitcher Keegan Franklin.

In seven innings of work, Franklin struck out eight Warriors, and scattered nine hits.

Tuesday, Susquehanna Valley broke a 4-4 tie with a single run in the bottom of the fifth, and led the rest of the way.

Logan Haskell and Shane Cook each drove in a pair of runs for the Sabers.

Blaine Orlando paced the NHS offense with a pair of RBI.

Norwich plays at Chenango Forks June 2.

Norwich 17, Chenango Valley 5

Score by innings

CVall      130 100 0   5  9  3

NHS       051 821 x  17 16  2

WP-Keegan Franklin, LP-Montemagno

 Susquehanna Valley 7, Norwich 5

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Score by innings

NHS       112 010 0  5   5  1

SVall      310 111 x   7 11  2

WP-Brendan Hoffman, LP-Torin Lawrence



Chenango Forks 12, Greene  2

GREENE  - Southern Tier Athletic Conference powerhouse, Chenango Forks, handed Greene just its second loss of the season in a non-league victory Friday morning.

Grace Cadden homered, scored three times, and drove in five runs to lead the Blue Devils’ offense.  Winning pitcher Bella Hovancik helped her own cause with four RBI, and Bri Ramstine added three hits and three runs scored.

Greene knotted the game at 2-2 in the first inning after catcher McKenzie Scott lashed a two-run homer.

The game remained tied until the sixth, when, the Blue Devils erupted for seven runs.

CF    200 007 3 -  12 12 1

Greene  200 000 0  2-5-7

Bella Hovancik (W)and Bri Ramstine. Olivia Kennedy  (L)  and Mckenzie Scott.  Doubles:  (G) Payton Yahner (2). Triples: (CF) Hovancik. HR:  (CF) Grace Cadden, (G) Scott.



 Unadilla Valley 245, Sidney 327

SIDNEY - Unadilla Valley-GMU’s golf team improved its perfect spring record to 9-0 winning at Sidney on Friday.

Dominick Hartwell led UV-GMU - and easily claimed match medalist honors - shooting a 3-over-par 39 over Sidney’s par-36 layout.

Gavin Bonczkowski added a 44, and Devin Hartwell rounded out the top three scorers shooting a 46.

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(Par-36 at Sidney Golf Club)

UV-GMU:  Dominick Hartwell 39, Gavin Bonczkowski 44, Devin Hartwell 46, Braden Potter 56, Nate Rumovicz 61.

Sidney:  Kyle Smith 51, Sam Constable 55, Anthony Spinu 68, Cole Goodspeed 70, Ed Hendrickson-Duvall 83.


Bainbridge-Guilford 236, Delhi 279

DELHI - Bainbridge-Guilford’s golf team raised its record to 8-1 on the season  defeating host Delhi at Delhi University Golf Course on Friday.

Carson Benjamin led four B-G players with sub-50 scores. Benjamin came in with a match-low 43.  He was followed by Kevin Killmeir’s 46, Caleb Presley’s 48, and Jon England’s 49.

B-G continues its season on Wednesday when it faces Oxford.


B-G: Carson Benjamin 43, Kevin Killmeir 46, Caleb Presley 48, Jon England 49, Omar Mohammed 50.

Delhi:  Same Lees 50, Libby Lamport 54, Gavin Little 56, Cameron Thompson 58, Sam Davis 61.



Oneonta 5, Norwich 0

ONEONTA ­ - Norwich’s most competitive matchups came in the two doubles clashes, but, the host Yellowjackets still prevailed in all five contests in a shutout of the Tornado on Friday.

In first doubles, Oneonta’s Dylan Schaughnessy and Tobias Carter edged Norwich’s William Lindner and Matthew Hall, 6-4, 6-3, while in second doubles, Makya Morrison and Aiden Feudi needed three sets to beat Norwich’s Alex Newman and Phillip Kraft, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4.


Singles:  1S: Chris Catan (Oneonta) d. Nathan Franklin(Norwich) 6-0, 6-0. 2S: Maximilian Madej (Oneonta) d. Grayson Boyer(Norwich) 6-2, 6-0. 3S: Jayden Zakala (Oneonta) d. Donavan Gillen(Norwich) 6-4, 6-2.

Doubles:  1D: Dylan Schaughnessy & Tobias Carter (Oneonta) d. William Lindner & Matthew Hall (Norwich) 6-4, 6-3. 2D: Makya Morrison & Aiden Feudi (Oneonta) d. Alex Newman & Philip Kraft Norwich) 6-3, 4-6, 6-4.