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October 24, 2013

Coop girls get first at CSC|

Kristin Ratliff placed second Saturday at Poland High’s 2.95-mile course, leading Cooperstown’s girls to their first Center State Conference team championship in program history.

Ratliff crossed in 19:51, marking one of two sub-20-minute times as Hamilton’s Sage Hurta won in 19:08.4.

“This is a big deal,” said Cooperstown coach Jessie Ravage, who earned her first girls conference title in her 20th season as head coach.

Samantha Fanion contributed a fifth in 20:19 for Cooperstown, which got a 12th from Jamie Zoltick (21:50) en route to a winning team total of 54 points. Canastota placed second in the 13-team meet, with 89 points.

CSC All-Star Daniel Francis paced Cooperstown’s 10th-place boys finish. He crossed in 18:38 to finish 30th overall.

Nicholas Spina’s victory in 16:21.3 led Sauquoit Valley to the team title with 53 points. Cooperstown had 262 points.

Cooperstown will visit Jamesville Beach County Park for the Section Three meet Nov. 2.

CSC CHAMPIONSHIPS

Saturday at Poland

Boys scores (14 teams): 1, Sauquoit Valley 53; 10, Cooperstown 262.

Winner (3.1-mile course): Nicholas Spina, Sauquoit Valley 16:21.3.

Cooperstown: 30, Daniel Francis 18:38; 45, Connor Fay 19:30; 58, Jacob Russell 19:42; 77, Kenneth Roberts 21:17; 79, Johnny Zhang 21:19; 84, Joe Peterson 21:47; 93, Alex Greenberg 23:16.

Girls scores (13 teams): 1, Cooperstown 54; 2, Canastota 89.

Winner: Sage Hurta, Hamilton 19:08.4.

Cooperstown: 2, Kristin Ratliff 19:51; 5, Samantha Fanion 20:19; 12, Jamie Zoltick 21:50; 22, Kate O’Handley 22:51; 30, Margie Knight 23:22; 81, Molly Mooney 28:14; 83, Sylvia Johnson 28:35.

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