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September 26, 2013

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Samantha Fanion led the way for Cooperstown, finishing second in 20 minutes, 59 seconds over a 3.0-mile course. Sage Hurta of Hamilton won in a course-record 19:46, beating the previous record of 20:31 set by Fanion last season.

“I was pleased with how well she did,” Cooperstown coach Jessie Ravage said of Fanion.

Kristin Ratliff placed third for Cooperstown in 21:09 and Jaime Zoltick was seventh, running a personal best on her home course of 22:38.

Cooperstown’s boys earned victories over Hamilton (26-31) and Remsen (17-incomplete). Cooperstown fell, 16-43, to Clinton.

Jacob Russell led the way for Cooperstown, finishing seventh in 20:39. Clinton’s Jack Yaworski won in 18:15.

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Boys team scores: Cooperstown 26, Hamilton 31; Cooperstown 17, Remsen incomplete; Clinton 16, Cooperstown 43.

Individual winner: Jack Yaworski (Clinton) 18:15 over 3.0-mile course.

Cooperstown runners: 7, Jacob Russell 20:39; 9, Daniel Francis 21:13; 10, Connor Fay 21:15; 18, Anthony Birch 23:01; 20, Ken Roberts 23:04; 21, Alex Greenberg 23:08; 23, Johnny Zhang 24:16; 28, Joe Peterson 25:36; 29, Hunter Ducey 26:24; 30, Pat Wilson 26:27.

Girls team scores: Cooperstown 20, Hamilton incomplete; Cooperstown 21, Remsen 40; Cooperstown 21, Clinton 39; Cooperstown 15, Sherburne-Earlville incomplete.

Individual winner: Sage Hurta (Hamilton) 19:46 (course record; old record of 20:31 set by Cooperstown’s Samantha Fanion last season).

Cooperstown runners: 2, Samantha Fanion 20:59; 3, Kristin Ratliff 21:09; 7, Jaime Zoltick 22:38; 9, Kate O’Handley 23:40; 10, Margie Knight 24:47; 12, Rebecca Odell 25:42; 16, Mary Kennedy 31:06; 19, Molly Mooney 32:24; 20, Sylvia Johnson 32:25; 21, Maddy Sandler 32:56.


Milford 1, Morris 0


Hannah Saggese scored 1:45 into the second half and Milford held on for a Tri-Valley League road victory over defending co-Section Four Class D champion Morris.

Saggese beat Morris goalie Kaylyn Oliver (five saves) on a shot from halfway between midfield and the 18-yard line. Her high ball found a corner for the go-ahead goal.

“It was a well-played game for both teams,” said Morris coach Rhoda Flint, whose team played Milford to a scoreless tie in the T-V championship game last season before tying Franklin, 1-1, in the Section Four final. Franklin advanced to the state tournament by winning a penalty-kick shootout.

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