Camden captures TVL field hockey title

Published Oct 11, 2018 at 4:10pm

Camden field hockey won the Tri-Valley League title with a 6-0 win over New Hartford Wednesday.

The team improved to 10-0 in the league and 12-2 overall.

Delaney Alberico had a three-goal hat trick for the Blue Devils. Mackenzie Mix had a goal and two assists. Chloe Hite scored a goal and collected one assist. Ariel Croniser also scored. Abby Walker had two assists and Emily Walker had one.

Kelsey Barbato and Paige Granger each appeared in goal for Camden. Neither faced a shot.

HP gets shut out win

Holland Patent shut out Canastota 3-0 in boys soccer.

Luke Kochan scored two goals and assisted on the other goal. Jack Mahanna scored and had an assist.

Goalie Jonathan Tolpa made eight saves for the win.

Cross country teams compete

Four cross country teams competed Wednesday, including Clinton, Westmoreland and Holland Patent.

In the boys race, Clinton beat Westmoreland 23-36 and HP 24-37 and fell to Sauquoit 16-43. Westmoreland bested HP 27-30. Sauquoit beat Westmoreland 17-44 and HP 19-42.

Austin Canaguier of Sauquoit had the top time of 17:26.7. In third was Dylan Richard of Holland Patent. Anthony Moreland of Westmoreland was fifth. In seventh was Robert Musante of Clinton. Richard Zielenski of Holland Patent was eighth. Andrew Wieder of Clinton finished tenth.

In the girls race, Clinton beat Sauquoit 19-40 and HP 15-48. Sauquoit 18 beat Holland Patent 18-41.

Westmoreland had incomplete results against its opponents.

Madison Luke of Clinton won in 20:01.3. Clinton runners Taylor Harvey, Leah Borton, Emily Hemstrought and Finley Davignon finished second, fourth, fifth and seventh, respectively. Zoe Ward of Holland Patent was eighth and Rebecah Bashant of Clinton was ninth.

South Lewis swimmers fall

South Lewis lost to Thousand Islands 95-83 in Frontier League girls swimming and diving.

Sophia Burd won the diving competition. She also won the 100 breaststroke later in the meet. Patience Rivers won the 100 backstroke for South Lewis.

South Lewis’ 200 medley relay team of Rivers, Burd, Kayley Walsh and Brooklyn Sullivan also won.