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VVS girls open track season with pair of wins

The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill girls track and field team captured two victories at their home-opener by defeating Camden, 74-66, and Clinton, 77-43, on Monday.

The Lady Red Devils scored six first place finishes at the meet with Tammy Beal claiming two wins, in the 100-meter hurdles in 18.1 seconds and the 400 hurdles in 75.8.

Ronnie Judge was also the victor in the 800 run on a time of 2:58.2, while Sam Netzband won the shot put on a heave of 28 feet, 2 inches, Melinda Stanton captured the discus on 72 feet, and Sam Ernest leaped to the win in the triple jump at 30-2.

Camden also scored a win against Clinton, 74-67, and won six events.

Martina Sullivan won the pole vault at 6 feet, as Dallas McHarris finished first in the 1,500 race in 5:46, and Katrina Relyea was victorious in the 3,000 run in 12:50.

The Lady Blue Devils had three relay triumphs as well with Abby Clark, Allison Gerow, Haley Hawkes and Gwen Proper in the 400; Madelyn Vera, Elana Sherwood, Jenna Sherwood and Michela Soules in the 1,600, and Taylor Mastin, Nicole Williams, Karly Keil and Dallas McHarris in the 3,200.

VVS trumps Canastota

The VVS softball team won its home-opener over Canastota, 5-1.

The Lady Red Devils opened up the game with three runs in the first inning then added two in the second while starting pitcher Rebecca Przybylski held the visitors to just one run on four hits with five strikeouts en route to the complete game win.

Allie Szczerba led VVS at the plate with two hits, two runs batted in and a run scored, as Ashley Palmer drove in two runs and scored two of her own, and Przybylski added a RBI also.

Westmoreland racks up win

The Westmoreland boys tennis team opened its season with a 4-1 road win over Little Falls.

Tyler Witter and Ryan Murphy both scored singles wins as the Bulldogs swept the doubles competition with the teams of Ian Dunning and Zachary Dunning as well as Tyler Dunning and Scott Shanley claiming the wins.


April 2014
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