Holland Patent girls give Adirondack first soccer defeat
The Holland Patent girls soccer team handed Adirondack its first loss of the season on Friday, 1-0.
Sara Rachon scored the game-winning goal, and Hayden Roberts made three saves for the shutout.
Adirondack’s Belle Kranbuhl had eight saves.
Remsen defeated Owen D. Young, 10-1, in another girls soccer contest.
Remsen was led by Kylie Singer with four goals and two assists. Emma Skermont added two goals and two assists, Kendall Decker had three goals and one assist, Kirsten Waterbury has a goal and Jade Dening had two assists.
Hailey Jewett made four saves for the Rams.
Whitesboro downs Oneida
Oneida fell to Whitesboro, 4-2, in field hockey.
Oneida’s Melina Ball and Courtney Schneider each scored. Goalkeeper Reilly White made 16 saves.
RFA tennis blanked
Oneida beat RFA, 7-0, in girls tennis.
Singles winners were Lauren Skibitski, Sydney Lusher and Kathryn Brown.
The winning pairs in doubles were Molly Moyer and Emily Marshall, Sophia Skinner and Mattie Hicks, Kaylyn Curro and Sophia Docous and Hannah Myatt and Mikah Albro.
VVS beats CVA
Vernon-Verona-Sherrill defeated Central Valley Academy, 4-2, in another girls tennis meet.
VVS second singles player Bailey Simmons won her match, as did doubles teammates Katelyn Lanz and Ryane Freeman, Paige Enos and Shae Blasier and Cadence Smith and Maize Minckler.
Clinton edges HP
The Clinton girls tennis team won all three singles matches and beat Holland Patent, 3-2.
Clinton’s Mei Cassidy-Heekin,Anica Shephard and Emily Smith each won their match.
Holland Patent’s pairs of Ashley Olney and Madison Parks and Jackie Mann and Bella Adamo won their matches.