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April 11, 2013

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Cooperstown 12, Canajoharie 8

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Maggie Hall’s two-hit day included a home run in the fourth inning as visiting Cooperstown won a non-league game 12 to 8 in its opener on Monday.

Jennifer Flynn also had two his for Cooperstown, which received three RBIs from Erin Hascup.

Cooperstown 12, Canajoharie 8

Cooperstown 006 330 0 _ 12 9 2

Canajoharie 021 104 0 _ 8 5 3

Ellen Vibbard (W) and Erin Hascup. Logan (L), Dalfe (6) and Dalfe. 2B _ Dalfe (Can). HR _ Maggie Hall (Coop).

TENNIS

H-P 3, Cooperstown 2

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Jimmy Anania and Jason Cadwalder won in straight sets at first and second singles, respectively, but visiting Cooperstown dropped a match in the Center State Conference.

Holland-Patent earned a point by winning at third singles, then won both doubles events despite getting pushed to three sets in each.

H-P 3, Cooperstown 2

at Holland-Patent

Singles: Jimmy Anania (C) def. Eric Armitage 6-0, 6-1; Jason Cadwalder (C) def. Colton Covich 6-3, 6-4; Nicholas Finn (H) def. Will Cadwalder 6-2, 6-3.

Doubles: John Cushman and Taylor Short (H) def. Max Ofer and Lyman Townsend 2-6, 6-4, 6-3; Andy Haier and Dan Redmond (H) def. Kayla Haggerty and Rene Friedman 6-3, 1-6, 6-2.

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