Holland Patent softball team breezes to victory
The Holland Patent softball team pulled out a 9-1 triumph over Whitesboro in a Tri-Valley League matchup on Thursday.
Fallon Reinold, 4-1, gave up only two hits and struck out seven batters through six innings while picking up the winning decision on the mound.
She also contributed with two RBIs at the plate, along with Allison Lockwood and Danielle Sandbrook. Korey Bunal also had two hits and an RBI, while Rebecca Piper and Alexis Sexton each drove in a run.
The Lady Golden Knights’ record moves to 4-1 overall.
Bulldogs down Clinton
The Westmoreland girls track and field squad captured 10 event wins en route to a 86-55 victory over visiting Clinton.
Skyler Zawko led the way for the Lady Bulldogs with four wins, including the 100- and 200-meter dashes, as well as both the long and triple jumps. Emily Gubbins also won both the 800 and 1,500 races, and Alexa McGregor came out ahead in the shot put.
Westmoreland also had three relay wins at the meet with the 3,200 team consisting of Jessica Harper, Morgan Murling, Anne Quirk and Katie Evans; the 400 relay group containing Allyson Smith, Brittany Bonanza, Gabrielle Duell and Kelli Brasie; and the 1,600 squad of Bonanza, Harper, Murling and Allison Brockway.
Wildcats club to pair of wins
The Adirondack boys golf team outlasted both visiting West Canada Valley and Poland to improve to 3-1 in the Center State Conference and 4-1 overall this spring.
The Wildcats finished with 168 points, as West Canada finished with 181 and Poland tallied 213 total points.
Leading the hosts on the links was Josh Howland as he turned in a score of 39.
Westmoreland goes to 7-1
The Westmoreland boys tennis team swung to their seventh victory this season after they fended off hosting Hamilton, 3-2.
Tyler Witter won a singles match for the guests with a 6-2, 7-5 set scores, as the doubles tandem of Ian and Zach Dunning scored a 6-1, 6-1 victory and Tyler Dunning and Scott Shanley claimed a 6-1, 6-1 doubles victory.
The Bulldogs improved to 7-1 overall this year.
VVS falls to New Hartford
The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill boys tennis squad dropped a tough 4-0 Tri-Valley League matchup against hosting New Hartford.
VVS fell to 1-2 overall after the loss.