17-0 Oneida girls capture Class B tennis championship
The Oneida girls tennis team captured the Section III Class B title with a 7-0 victory over New Hartford on Saturday.
Lauren Skibitski, Sydney Lusher and Kathryn Brown all won their singles matches.
The doubles pairs that won for the Indians were Emily Marshall and Molly Moyer, Mattie Hicks and Sophia Skinner, Kaylyn Curro and Sophia Docous and Mikah Albro and Hannah Myatt.
The team went 17-0 overall and was 7-0 in the Tri-Valley League Pioneer Division.
HP field hockey team posts shutout
Holland Patent beat Frankfort-Schuyler, 7-0, in field hockey.
Mayle Lupia-Eannace scored three times for the Golden Knights. Also scoring were Anna Dornburgh, Alexis Johnson, Rory Richard and Samantha Rachon. Kendall Sexton collected two assists and Sara Rachon and Hannah Bochniak had one each. Haedyn Roberts made three saves in the win.
Fleck scores twice in RFA win
RFA downed Liverpool, 3-1, in girls soccer.
Jamie Fleck scored two of the Black Knights’ three and Lydia Atwell scored as well. Katharine Balog had two assists, and Amanda Bird and Carmella Mercurio each had one. Kaitlyn Salce made 13 saves for the win.
Corrigan leads HP
Holland Patent outscored Liverpool, 7-0, in girls soccer behind a three-goal hat trick from Hanna Corrigan.
Maja Helmer scored twice for the Golden Knights. Natasia Plunkett had a goal and assist and Haley Acevedo also scored. Madeline Acevedo had three assists and Molly Bathrick had one.
Ella Buchanan made two saves for the clean sheet victory.
CVA tops VVS
Central Valley Academy beat Vernon-Verona Sherrill, 2-0, in the first game of the Poland girls soccer tournament.
Morgan Brewer had nine saves in goal for the Red Devils in the loss.
Remsen gets soccer win
Remsen beat Bolton Landing-Warrensburg 2-1 in girls soccer.
Kylie Singer scored and assisted on the goal by Kendall Decker. Emma Skermont also had an assist. Hailey Jewett made eight saves in the Rams’ win.
Oneida falls in soccer
Cortland beat Oneida, 3-0, in boys soccer.
Alex Tooker stopped seven shots in the loss.
HP loses then ties
The Holland Patent boys soccer team lost to Poland 2-0 Saturday then tied Remsen, 2-2, Sunday.
Jonathan Tolpa made 11 saves in the loss, then the next day made 13 saves in the tie.
Jack Mahanna scored the Golden Knights’ two goals, one assisted by Jack Schroth.
For Remsen, Hunter Jones scored and assisted on the goal by Charlie Appleton.
Ian Long had seven saves for the Rams.