Oneida wears TVL Pioneer Division softball crown

Published May 15, 2018 at 4:00pm

Kyra Shlotzhauer fired a complete game, three-hit shutout for the Oneida softball team as the Indians clinched the Tri-Valley League Pioneer Division title with a 8-0 win Monday over Camden. Shlotzhauer struck out four and walked two batters.

At the plate, Shlotzhauer went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs, Reilly White had two RBIs, and Bri Laureti also had an RBI for the Indians, who are 16-2 overall and 10-0 in TVL play.

For Camden, Sierra Amo and Aislynn Rose doubled in the loss and Laura VanHoven took the loss in the circle, tossing six innings.

RFA sweeps twin bill

In a TVL softball doubleheader, host Rome Free Academy swept New Hartford, winning the first game 1-0 and the second contest 10-0.

In game one, Madisynn Reilly drove in the game-winning run with an RBI double to score Gia Faraino in the third inning.

Sierra Jarosz tossed five innings, giving up three hits and striking out six.

Game two, RFA’s bats came alive as it pushed across 10 runs. Olivia Guy and Faraino doubled and Kaylei Wood tripled. Isabelle Iannotti had three RBIs, Elana Calicchia had two RBIs and Guy, Wood, Reilley and Williamson each added one. Jarosz picked up the win in the circle for Rome.

VVS takes pair

In another TVL softball doubleheader, Vernon-Verona-Sherrill won both games against Central Valley Academy, winning game one 7-2 and game two, 2-1.

Game details were unavailable.

Bulldogs edged

The Westmoreland softball team dropped a non-league contest, 7-5, losing to Chittenango.

Isabella Ricci took the loss for the Bulldogs and both Makayla Pepe and Julia DePietro doubled in the loss.

Clinton rolls to win

In another non-league softball game, Clinton breezed to a 16-2 victory over Stockbridge Valley.

Abby King won in the circle and Gianna Trunfio tripled for the Warriors.

Oriskany shut out

In a Center State Conference softball game, Oriskany was shut out, 5-0, by Waterville.

Matteson Hoehn suffered the loss in the circle.

Maddelyn Hoehn and Abby Edsall each went 2-for-3 for the Redskins.

Oneida golfs to win

In a boys TVL golf match, Oneida defeated Camden, 242-259.

Mike Hood was the medalist for Oneida, shooting a 43. Camden’s medalist was Greg Lyon with a 53.

VVS earns league victory

In another TVL boys golf match, VVS defeated CVA, 252-275 at Oneida Community Golf Course.

Phoenix Weydig led the Red Devils with a 44.

Evans shoots 45

VVS girls golfer Olivia Evans shot a 45 to lead the Red Devils to TVL tri-match victory over both Camden and Proctor. VVS defeated Camden, 214-236 and Proctor 214-241.

Danielle Caringi led the Blue Devils with a 47.

Proctor’s Victoria Preuss had a hole in one on the par 3 seventh hole. She used a 7-iron from 105 yards out.

Oneida splits tri-match

In another TVL girls golf tri-match held at Camroden Golf Club, Oneida defeated Holland Patent, 235-238, but lost to New Hartford, 201-235.

Gianna Maio was the medalist for Oneida with a 46.

RFA holds on

In a boys lacrosse game, RFA defeated visiting Oswego, 8-7.

Noah Hammon scored three goals and Dylan Gannon had a goal and an assist for the Black Knights. Justin Hoke finished with two assists for RFA.

Michael Walker had 10 saves in the cage for Rome.

VVS falls in 2OT

The VVS boys lacrosse squad fell 9-8 in double overtime to South Jefferson.

Brayden Marchand tallied five points, three goals and two assists for the Red Devils and Alex Oliver and Travis Decker had two goals each. Jevit Cumber made six saves in goal for VVS.

Black Knights cruise

In a girls lacrosse game, RFA cruised to a 20-1 victory over VVS.

Katherine Migliori scored five goals and had an assist, Sydney Stamboly scored four goals and picked up an assist. Jillian Iacovissi had four goals and Kaitlyn Salce scored three goals.

Westmoreland runs to win

In a girls track and field meet, Westmoreland defeated Frankfort-Schuyler, 74-53.

Winning for Westmoreland was the 1,600 meter relay team of Kirstin Bratge, Emily Caswell, Abigail Hansson and Mary Beth Kelsey. Kayla Lenahan won the 400 hurdles, Elizabeth Sill won the high jump and Samantha Sill won the discus and shot put for the Bulldogs. Mia Lazzara won the 800 and Bella Mazur won the 3,000 for Westmoreland and the 3,200 relay team of Julia Cucci, Janessa Rubino, Mia Lazzara and Lenahan won.

RFA blanks Whitesboro

In a boys TVL tennis match, RFA blanked Whitesboro, 7-0.

Winning in singles action were Noah O’Connor, Oliver Dragojevic, Joseph Yoxall and Thomas Paine.

The doubles teams of Christopher Todora-Jeremy Amoroso, Charlie Gilroy-David Salce and Michael Haag-Jackson Sorbello all won for the Black Knights.

Oneida remains unbeaten

The Oneida boys tennis team remained undefeated with two wins, picking up a 7-0 victory over CVA and a 7-0 victory over Camden.

Winning against CVA for the Indians was Kyle Fisher, Seth O’Connell, Jordan Farwell and Josh Muirhead in singles action.

In doubles, the teams of Ajay Hicks-Aidan Hicks won, Noah Savage-Drew Hicks won and Muirhead-Nolan Rush won.

Agaisnt Camden, Fisher, O’Connell, Farwell and Muirhead all won in singles matches. Aidan Hicks and Ajay Hicks, Savage-Drew Hicks and Johnathan Locke-Rush won in doubles contests.

Bulldogs victorious

The Westmoreland boys tennis team won a CSC doubleheader against Mount Markham, winning both matches 4-1.

In the first match, William Carroll and Bryce Daskiewich won in singles action and the doubles teams of Ben Christensen-Collin Kelly and Austin Daskiewich-Arthur Paskovets won.

In the second match, Marcos Colon, Carroll and Bryce Daskiewich won and Westmoreland’s doubles team of Austin Daskiewich-Paskovets won.

VVS suffers setback

The VVS boys tennis squad was edged 4-3 by Proctor in a TVL match.

Winning for the Red Devils were the doubles teams of Richard Shawl-Brennan Hale, Trent Klis-Blane Hale and Jack Mitchell-Tyler Kinne.