Oneonta baseball, softball both win against Windsor

Apr. 8—The Oneonta baseball team improved to 3-0 on the season Monday with a 6-4 road win over Windsor.

Bruce Mistler and Britten Zeh combined for eight strikeouts and one walk on the mound while allowing no earned runs.

At the plate, Brady Carr had three hits and two RBI, Nolan Stark notched two hits and two runs and Britten Zeh came up with a key two-run single in the fifth inning that gave OHS a 5-1 cushion.

The Yellowjackets will face Windsor twice more this week beginning with their home opener Wednesday.

Deposit-Hancock 10, Schenevus 0

Schenevus fell to Deposit-Hancock 10-0 Monday as the Eagles threw a combined six-inning one-hit shutout.

Blake Fortunato finished with seven strikeouts in three innings as the winning pitcher.

Ryan Spranger, Jackson Reed and Brayden Poliseno were the pitchers for Schenevus.

The Dragons will visit Gilboa Wednesday.

Oneonta 6, Windsor 4

OHS ... 120 021 0 — 6 10 4

Win ... 100 020 1 — 4 8 4

OHS: Bruce Mistler (W), Britten Zeh (6) and Jameson Brown

Win: Schmidt (L), Flagg (6) and Werner

2B: Brady Carr (OHS), Bruce Mistler (OHS)

Deposit-Hancock 10, Schenevus 0

D-H ... 252 001 X — 10 8 1

SCS ... 000 000 X — 0 1 7

D-H: B. Fortunato (W), N. Bass and L. Barnes, K. Rynearson

SCS: Ryan Spranger (L), Jackson Reed (2), Brayden Poliseno (4) and Tim Green, Owen Green


Oneonta 3, Windsor 2

The Oneonta softball team defeated Windsor 3-2 on the road behind the pitching of Ivy Tice.

Tice struck out five over seven innings while taking a no-hitter into the seventh inning and hit an RBI double in the win.

Logan Jipson went 2-for-4 with two runs scored while Madyson Imperato drove in a run on a bunt single.

Oneonta improves to 2-1 and will host Susquehanna Valley Wednesday.

Oneonta 3, Windsor 2

OHS ... 100 110 0 — 3 4 2

Win ... 100 001 0 — 2 1 2

OHS: Ivy Tice (W) and Emma Burr

Win: Kayla Good (L) and Paige Smith

2B: Ivy Tice


The SUNY Oneonta baseball team won one of three games against Fredonia over the weekend, winning 6-1 on Saturday and falling 8-7 and 7-4 on Sunday.

Joey Dwyer stole home in the ninth inning to tie the first game Sunday at 7-7 before Fredonia won on a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth.

Dwyer tripled and drove in a pair of runs while Sean Liquori doubled and drove in two for Oneonta.

Kyle Roper struck out eight over six innings in the loss.

Dwyer went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run in the second game while Martin Thorsland struck out eight over five innings.

Logan Hutter tripled and drove in two runs in Saturday's win while Liam Kaseta doubled and Josh Gilkey and Franklin Padilla each had two hits for the Red Dragons.

Liquori earned the win, striking out 10 and allowing one run over nine innings.

Oneonta (10-14 overall, 2-7 SUNYAC) will visit Cobleskill Wednesday.


SUNY Cortland 4, SUNY Oneonta 2 SUNY Cortland 8, SUNY Oneonta 3

The SUNY Oneonta softball team dropped a doubleheader to SUNY Cortland Monday at home.

Oneonta fell 4-2 in the first game and 8-3 in the second game.

Ava Thys went 1-for-3 with an RBI in the first game while Adriana Fiori, Sophia Mangone, Ella Stewart and Emily Brown tallied hits in the loss.

Marissa Dionisio and Anna Torgersen combined to strike out three over seven innings.

Thys and Gianna Cancelleri each tallied two hits in the second game. Emily Brown struck out three over two and one third innings in the loss.

The losses came off of a Sunday doubleheader against Oswego State in which the Red Dragons won both games by scores of 7-1 and 11-0.

Oneonta (6-12 overall, 2-2 SUNYAC) will host Hamilton for a doubleheader Wednesday.

Keuka 12, SUNY Delhi 0 Keuka 9, SUNY Delhi 0

SUNY Delhi lost both games of a doubleheader against Keuka Monday, falling by scores of 12-0 in the first game and 9-0 in the second.

Danielle Seymour went 2-for-3 at the plate in the first game. She also pitched all seven innings, finishing with two strikeouts and three walks.

In game two, which went five innings, Kayla Beers and Hannah Caughey had the only hits for the Broncos.

Seymour and Angelina Dickel combined for one strikeout and seven walks in the circle.

Delhi (2-13 overall, 0-3 NAC) will host Wells for another doubleheader Tuesday.


SUNY Oneonta 16, SUNY Plattsburgh 4 (Saturday)

The SUNY Oneonta men's lacrosse team defeated SUNY Plattsburgh 16-4 on the road Saturday.

Jamie O'Neil led the way with five goals while Vincent Tirino scored three goals, Matthew Krieg and Vincent Herbstman each scored two and Stephen Barikyan, Aidan Greene, Brett Deegan, and Matthew Mangels each scored once in the win.

Harrison Boukas tallied nine saves for the Red Dragons.

Oneonta (5-5 overall, 1-2 SUNYAC) will host Brockport Saturday.

SUNY Delhi 16, Thomas (ME) 8 (Sunday)

SUNY Delhi rode a strong third-quarter performance to take down Thomas 16-8 Sunday.

After leading 7-5 at halftime, the Broncos created some breathing room with a 6-1 run in the third.

Benjamin Moscatiello and Chris Lazazzaro scored four goals apiece to lead Delhi's offense, with Lazazzaro adding four assists as well.

Jagger Beachak, meanwhile, netted three goals, Joe Anfuso and Kyle Moore each had two and Matt Castellani added another.

Mike Triolo came up with six saves in net.

Delhi (9-3 overall, 2-2 NAC) is off until April 20 when it hosts Maine Maritime.

St. John Fisher 18, Hartwick 13 (Saturday)

Hartwick couldn't hold on to an early lead in an 18-13 loss to St. John Fisher Saturday.

The Hawks were up 7-5 going into halftime but the Cardinals used a 7-2 third quarter to pull away.

Colin August, Shayne Kerrigan and Tyler Nocito each had hat tricks for Hartwick while Seth Bello and Garrett Frost each scored twice.

Kaiden Johnson came up with 13 saves in the loss.

Hartwick (3-6 overall, 1-1 Empire 8) will visit Alfred this Saturday.


Buffalo State 17, SUNY Oneonta 15 (Saturday)

A late comeback effort fell short as the SUNY Oneonta women's lacrosse team fell to Buffalo State 17-15 Saturday on the road.

The Red Dragons entered the fourth quarter trailing 16-9 and scored six unanswered goals in the final 10 minutes but were unable to complete the comeback.

Lauren Mancini scored four goals while Marissa Evans and Ellie Downey each scored three, Cassidy Moore and Margaret Byrne scored two and Lindsey Townes scored once in the loss.

Courtney Gallagher and Julia Hawkins had three and two saves, respectively, for the Red Dragons.

Oneonta (3-7 overall, 1-3 SUNYAC) will host SUNY Cortland Wednesday in the LaCROSSe Out Cancer game.


SUNY Delhi 9, Lesley 0 (Saturday)

The SUNY Delhi tennis team blanked Lesley 8-0 Saturday in what was supposed to be a doubleheader before the second match was canceled due to weather.

Winning in doubles for the Broncos were the duos of Benjamin Andersen and Hannah Shafer, Moises Saintil and Devin Guerrieri andJT Maccarrone and Jack Madera.

In singles play, Andersen, Guerrieri, Maccarrone and Madera each won without dropping a single game while Saintil and Shafer added wins as well.

Delhi will be at SUNY Oneonta Wednesday.

SUNY Oneonta fell to Farmingdale State 6-3 at home Sunday.

Chris Chippari and Brayden Stuart won 8-4 in second doubles for the Red Dragons.

In singles, Stuart won his fourth singles match 6-3, 6-3 while Noah Khair was triumphant in fifth singles 6-4, 5-7, 6-3.