LOCAL AUTO RACING
Modified (30 laps): Larry Wight, Ronnie Johnson, Jimmy Davis, Ryan Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Todd Burley, Casey Williams, Stewart Friesen, Jason Rood, Danny Varin, Pat Ward, Alan Johnson, Steve Hulsizer, Alan Barker, Shannon Whaley, Bobby Varin, Mike Mahaney, Chris Busta, Adam Roberts, Jeff Rockefeller, Phil Burkart Jr., Aaron Jacobs, Dave Moyer, Tye-Scott Rood, Todd Thomas, Joe Slawiak, Billy Trexler Jr. DNS: Dan Humes.
Sportsman (20 laps): Jeremy Vunk, Matt Janczuk, Claude Hutchings Jr., A.J. Filbeck, Chris Mackey, Heath Carney, Bobby Heintz, Jim Nagle, Randy Shantel, Mike Stiles, Rocky Warner, Jeff Leslie, Brian Thomas, Stephen Denton, Robert Barker, Jack Miller, Toby Klish, Chris McCoy, Tim Nye, C.J. Castelletti, Steve Way, Craig Pope.
Pro Stock (20 laps): Pete Stefanski, Bret Belden, Tom Denton, Bill Knapp, Chris Carr, Jim Normoyle, Glenn Forward, Jeff Pastorella, Shawn Frost, Ed Ostrander, Dwight Johnson, Jim Money, Dan Lashure, Gus Hollner, Corie Locke, Dana Camenga, Brent Tardy, Andy Lashure, Mark Effner.
Pure Stock (15 laps): Nathan Peckham, Frank Hyatt, Ron Hawker, Rob Thieme, Chris Cunningham, Bill Mason, Tim Janczuk, Phil Norman, Andy Szewczyk, Mark Chrzanowski, Ricky Breed, Bryan Owens, Jim Thomas, Keith Stevenson, Brandon Greene, Chris Watkins, Russ Marsden, Mike Kazlauskas, Dave Bruno, Scott Wheelock. DNS: Yule Cook, Scott Springer.
USPP HILL CLIMB
Results Wednesday of the Upper Susquehanna Pedalers and Paddlers Bicycle Hill Climb, a 2.7-mile climb starting on Winney Hill Road at North Street and ending at the top of Blend Hill.
Results: 1, Kyle Breier 11:57; 2, Gary Toombs 11:59; 3, Paul Bauer 12:06; 4, Loren Graham 13:46; 5, John Saphier 14:17; 6, Doug Hulbert 16:17; 7, Neil Toombs 17:02.
Upcoming USPP bicycling events: Time trials, 6 p.m. Sept. 5 and Sept. 19. This is a 10.2-mile course starting and finishing at the intersection of State Route 205 and City Highway 48, near Exit 13 of Interstate-88.
For more information: Visit the website uspp.pbworks.com.
NENY PGA SENIOR STROKE PLAY
Money-winners Tuesday from the Northeastern New York PGA's Senior Stroke Play Championship at the Wyantenuck Country Club.
1, Tom Sullivan, Wyantenuck CC, 35-32_67 ($650)
1, Peter Gerard, Mill Road Acres GC, 36-33_69 ($320)
2, Paul Jaycox, Cobleskill G&CC, 33-37_70 ($220)
3, Frank Mellet, Colonie G&CC, 34-37_71 ($195)
4, David Strawn, Cranwell R&GC, 37-36_73 ($170)
1, Rick Pohle, Taconic GC, 36-34_70 ($320)
2, John Durcan, Alapaha GC, 36-36_72 ($220)
3, Brian Lowe, Windham CC, 37-40_77 ($182.50)
3, Rick Wolcott, Rolling Hills at Antlers CC, 39-38_77 ($182.50)
1, Ron Choquette, PGA Retired Member, 44-41_85 ($310)
2, Harvey Bostic Sr., PGA Life Member, 50-43_93 ($210)
NENY PGA CLASS A
Money-winners Monday from the Northeastern New York PGA's Class A Championship at Stockbridge Golf Club.
x-1, Josh Hillman Berkshire Hills Country Club 35-34_69 ($1,000)
2, Glenn Davis, Albany CC, 35-34_69 ($800)
3, Tom Sullivan, Wyantenuck CC, 36-34_70 ($700)
4, Frank Mellet, Colonie G&CC, 37-34_71 ($600)
5, Anders Mattson, Saratoga National GC, 39-33_72 ($423.33)
5, Kevin Bennison, Taconic GC, 35-37_72 ($423.33)
5, Paul Jaycox, Cobleskill G&CC, 37-35_72 ($423.33)
x-Won sudden-death playoff
Skins ($100 each)
Hole 2: Glenn Davis, Albany CC, 2
Hole 10: Steve Mazzariello, Stockbridge GC, 3
Hole 13: Ian Breen, Colonie G&CC, 3
Hole 15: Rocky Catalano, AuSable Club, 3
Hole 18: Tom Oppedisano, McGregor Links CC, 3
LATTE LOUNGE SUMMER MEN
NYCM Insurance 5, J&M Auto 2
LATTE LOUNGE SUMMER WOMEN
Tri-County Glass 7, Prolifiq Sign Studio 0
LOCAL AUTO RACING
- Local Sports
HOF Classic canceled
Saturday's wet weather prompted the cancellation of the Hall of Fame Classic game that had been scheduled to begin at 2:15 p.m. today in Cooperstown.
Henderson might steal the show at Classic
There's Rollie's mustache, Niekro's knuckler, Goose's gas … and then there's Rickey. Who knows what Rickey Henderson will bring to the fifth annual Baseball Hall of Fame Classic that will start at 2:15 p.m. Saturday at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown?
Clinton kings looking to extend reign
Two Saturdays ago, Andy Triebold and Steve Lajoie lost a canoe race on the Susquehanna River.
OHS track teams earn Class B titles
Mitchel Couch helped Oneonta High's boys to a narrow victory. Jennifer Jelic paced the Yellowjackets' girls to an easy win. Both OHS track teams earned team victories in the Section Four Class B meet Thursday at Windsor.
Waterfalls are even better when you keep them to yourself
Millions of people flock to see the great waterfalls of the world. They watch the millions of gallons of water wash over Niagara Falls or see the water come out of spectacular mountains to fall hundreds of feet into the valleys below. Waterfalls are truly some of nature's most beautiful sights.
Area Sports Briefs
Clinton Regatta Pro Class Entries
Local Sports Results
OHS' Kelby qualifies for states in tennis
Oneonta High junior Emerson Kelby ran his record to 17-0 and secured a spot in the state tennis tournament with a pair of victories in the Section Four State Qualifier on Friday at the Binghamton Tennis Center.â€©
Thursday's Sectional Class Track Championships
O-State's Bernstein wins heat in 100 at nationals
Senior Sean Bernstein of Oneonta State won his heat in the 100 meters Friday on the second day of the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
Section Four Tournaments
- Friday, May 24, 2013
Mushtare to head OHS football program
Oneonta High has a new football coach, but he's not new to Oneonta nor is new to coaching varsity football. John Mushtare, an assistant varsity football coach at OHS the past six seasons, was recommended to replace Adam Hoover as the Yellowjackets head coach at a school board meeting Wednesday night.
Vega gives OHS baseball a lift
Senior Jonathan Vega's walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning sent Oneonta High's baseball team into the Section Four Class B semifinals Thursday.
C'town escapes with 3-2 triumph
A lefty made everything all right for the Cooperstown softball team Thursday. Christina Noto's RBI triple to left field with one out in the bottom of the seventh gave top-seeded Cooperstown a 3-2 home victory over No. 8 seed Thousand Islands in a Section Three Class C-1 quarterfinal.
Downsville junior doubles up in track
Downsville's Antonio Gomes earned titles in the 100- and 200-meter races during Wednesday's Section Four Class D Track and Field Championships at Marathon.
Section Four Tournaments
Thursday's High School Results
Bernstein starts strong at D-III nationals
Oneonta State senior Sean Bernstein had the fastest time in the 200-meter preliminaries and helped the Red Dragons' 400 relay team to a school record during the first day of the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Thursday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
- HOF Classic canceled