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2018-01-09 / Sports

Walton, S/R Stay Tied for CESRPL Lead


Jake Slobe, of SUNY Delhi, looks to shoot during a game in the Florida National Beach Bash. 
Contributed Photo Jake Slobe, of SUNY Delhi, looks to shoot during a game in the Florida National Beach Bash. Contributed Photo The top two teams in the pistol division of the Central Empire State Rifle and Pistol League both boosted their records to 9-1 on Friday. Walton defeated Rockdale, 1,079 (18X)-1,002 (10X), with Rockdale falling to 2-8. Stamford/Richmondville had a closer challenge, beating Sidney, 1,096 (23X)-1.093 (19X), and Sidney is now 4-6.

In the other match, Oneonta (now 6-4) downed Delhi (Now 0-10), 1,081 (7X)-1,030 (6X).

Dennis Bennett’s 278 (7X) led Walton, while Brian MacRabie and Glenn Bowker were both at 268 (3X), and Kyle Budine shot 265 (5X).

Dave Dewey was high for Rockdale with a 262 (4X), Gerry Palmer shot 250 (2X), J.P. Dewey 247 (2X) and Steve Ingalls 243 (2X).

Also on the firing lines for Walton were Bill McAdams, Kris Bowker, Samantha Bowker, Steve Condon, Gary MacRabie, Will Sulger and Helga Newman. Also shooting for Rockdale were Joe Ocasio, Rick Jaycox and Pat Hawkins.

Jim Hitt of S/R was the high shooter of the night with a 283 (7X), Larry VanDeusen 282 (5X), Harry Wyckoff 274 (6X) and Ric Cammer 257 (5X). Jim Driscoll led Sidney at 279 (4X), followed by Philip Guglielmo 278 (5X), Vinny Guglielmo 272 (4X) and Ernie Griswold 262 (6X.)

Also on the firing lines for S/R were Judy Wyckoff and Bill DeSilva. Also shooting for Sidney were David Short, Erwin Smith IV, Eddie Cotton, Bruce Gerken, Al Schildkraut, Erwin Smith III and Mike Terzo.

Oneonta was topped by Allen Nichols at 276 (1X), Charlie Rose 270 (3X), Scott May 268 (1X) and Don Fleming 267 (3X). For Delhi, Tom Whittaker was high with 267 (2X), Cory Bene 259, Fred Stanton 253 (1X) and Rob Anderson 251 (3X).

Also on the firing line for Oneonta were Grant LaBarr, Ken Soden, Joe Sperry, Tim Donovan, Ian Gallagher, Roland Groppe Jr. and Eric Groh. Also shooting for Delhi were Bob Anderson, Mabel Gutliph and Fred Robertson.

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