Tioga County Sports Report for Penn York Valley


Tioga County Sports Report
TIOGA COUNTY Unbeaten Candor, as well as Owego, Tioga and Waverly, will open the Section IV playoffs at home next week.

The Indians, now 18-0 after winning the IAC Small School championship Thursday, are seeded No. 1 in Class D. On Tuesday, they will host a quarterfinal against the winner of No. 8 Deposit / Hancock (9-9) and No. 9 Unatego (7-10), who meet Monday.

Tioga (14-3) has drawn the three seed and hosts No. 6 Delhi (9-6) Tuesday evening. Defending state champion Bainbridge-Guilford (15-0) is seeded second and entertains No. 7 Moravia (7-10) while No. 5 Unadilla Valley (9-3) is at No. 4 Oxford (10-2).

In Class C, Waverly (12-5) is seeded fourth and hosts No. 5 Edison (11-5) Tuesday.  

IAC Large School champion Trumansburg (16-1) is seeded first and receives a bye into pool play. Dryden (11-3) is No. 2 and hosts No. 7 Lansing (7-9), No. 6 Whitney Point (11-5) is at No. 3 Susquehanna Valley (6-8).

All quarterfinal matches are scheduled for 6 p.m. Winners advance to the pool play semifinals Thursday at the home of the highest remaining seed.

The Class B tournament begins Thursday with semifinal pool play at Owego starting at 4:30 p.m.

The defending state champion Indians are seeded first with a 13-1 record. Windsor (14-0), which handed Owego its only setback this season, is seeded second. Norwich (8-4) is No. 3 and Oneonta (7-7) is No. 4.

The top two pool play teams in each classification advance to the championship matches Nov. 3 at Corning at 6 p.m.

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