Black Knights, Camden club out fourth place finishes during TVL golf tournament
Rome Free Academy and Camden tied for fourth place in the 2012 Tri-Valley League Boys Golf Tournament on Tuesday at Rome Country Club while Whitesboro came out as champion.
The Black Knights and the Blue Devils finished with a team tabulated score of 154. Whitesboro tallied 150 points on scores of 73 and 77.
It was Camden’s Seth Adams who was the tournament’s medalist by shooting an even 72 for the Blue Devils. Teammate Austin Chandler added an 82.
RFA was led by Joe Facciolo with a 76 and Mike Vacheresse shot a 78.
Joel Jakubowicz paced Whitesboro with a 73 and Chuck Coppola hit a 77.
Dogs third in golf outing
In more boys golf competition, Westmoreland claimed third place in a Center State Conference tri-meet at Kanon Valley Golf Club.
The Bulldogs tallied a score of 187 for third, as Clinton won the match at 160 and Canastota finished second at 182.
Tyler Krebs and Toby Fitzgerald tied as Westmoreland’s top scorers with each shooting a 46 on the par 36 trek, as Tyler Misiaszek totaled a 47 and Kelley Citrin added a 48.
Canastota’s Ian Campbell shot 1-under-par, and Clinton’s Garrett Drejza shot an even 36.
RFA wins tri-meet
In girls golf action, RFA came out ahead in Camden’s tri-meet at McConnellsville Golf Club.
The Lady Knights finished with a team score of 201 and besting the host’s 232 score and New Hartford’s 211 total.
Lilly Bulawa shot a 46 on the par 36 course to lead Rome, while Nicolette Darois added a 47, Lauren Felice hit a 52 and Sheila Olney recorded a 56.
Camden’s Melissa Kirby and Nora Tucker tied as the Lady Blue Devils’ medalists with 55s.
Rome falls in extra innings
The RFA softball team scored two runs in the top of the sixth inning to tie Syracuse East, but eventually fell, 3-2, when the Central New York Counties League game went into extra innings.
Rome starting pitcher Halie Schoff (4-5) took the loss after giving up a walk-off home run to Syracuse’s lead off hitter, Aliyah Wade, in the bottom of the ninth inning. Schoff struckout 13 batters and gave up three hits in the effort.
Autumn Swavely had three hits at the plate, and Courtney Tasco doubled as RFA’s record falls to 4-6 in the league and 7-12 overall.
Black Knights drop to C-NS
The RFA boys lacrosse team fell victim to a 17-11 defeat on the road from Cicero-North Syracuse.
Randy Linderman fired in five goals to pace the Black Knights, as Mike Mahl chipped in two goals and an assist, and Dylan Sbarglia tallied two goals. Jake Gulla had a goal and three helpers, and Nick Bonanza put in one goal.
Goaltender RJ Ferrucci made 10 saves in net.