17-0 Adirondack claims Sally Page tourney title
The Adirondack softball team improved to 17-0 on the season with a 6-0 victory over Rome Free Academy in the championship game of the Sally Page Tournament on Saturday at the John Kost Memorial Softball Complex.
Arielle Kranbuhl picked up the win in the circle for the Wildcats, tossing a complete game three-hit, shutout. Kranbuhl had nine strikeouts and walked two batters. Sierra Jarosz also threw a complete game for the Black Knights, giving up he six runs on seven hits while walking two and striking out 10.
In RFA’s first game, the Black Knights defeated Oriskany, 10-9.
Sierra Vedder won for RFA in relief, throwing two innings and giving up five hits.
Madisynn Reilley doubled and tripled for the Black Knights and Brianna Kelley went 1-for-2 with a triple and RBI.
Aeron Hamm went 3-for-4 for Oriskany with two RBIs and Angelina Hays and Sofia Tagliaferri both tripled. Hays finished with three RBIs.
In game two, Oriskany defeated Proctor 14-8. Maddelyn Hoehn went 3-for-4 with two doubles and four RBIs, Phelan Shannon had two hits and two RBIs and Cara Waterman had two hits and four RBIs.
Matteson Hoehn earned the victory tossing 6 2/3 innings, walking four and striking out four.
Julia Muller picked up the win for the Westmoreland softball team as the Bulldogs defeated Remsen, 19-2.
Westmoreland put up 12 runs in the first inning. Makayla Pepe doubled for the Bulldogs.
For Remsen, Railey Ehart took the loss and Alexis Tartaglia doubled.
RFA runs to second place
The Rome Free Academy boys track and field team finished in second place at the Oneida Invitational on Saturday with a final score of 79. Fayetteville-Manlius win the invitational with a score of 84.
Camden finished fourth with a score of 62, Vernon-Verona-Sherrill ran to a sixth place finish with 47, Clinton came in eighth place with a score of 33.33, Westmoreland came in ninth with a final score of 33, host Oneida was 10th with a score of 32, Oriskany came in 11th with a score of 13 and Remsen tallied two points for a 14th place finish.
RFA’s Isaha Garner won the long jump and teammates Ryan Swavely and Spencer Pisaneschi won the shot put and discus throws, respectively.
Cory Couture won both the 200 meter dash and 400 for VVS and Westmoreland’s Sam Sill won the 110 and 400 hurdles. Clinton’s Andrew Ford won the 800 run. Camden’s Hunter Keil won the high jump and Oneida’s Luke Lombardi won the pole vault.
Camden finishes in second
In the girls portion of the Oneida Invitational, Camden finished in second place with a score of 68.83 behind winner F-M, which finished with a score of 145.
RFA came in sixth place with a final score of 43.50, Oriskany came in seventh with 38 points, Oneida was eighth with 23 points, Clinton came in ninth with 21.33 points and Remsen was 14th with a score of six.
Winning on the track for Camden were MacKenzie Mix in the 100 and Elizabeth Lucason in the 800.
Clinton’s Shannon Emery won the high jump and Oneida’s Julianna Cavanagh took home a victory in the triple jump.
Oriskany’s Jane Fahy won the shot put and RFA’s Sarah Crockett won the discus throw.