Westmoreland/Oriskany boys romp to soccer win over Mount Markham

Published Sep 12, 2017 at 4:10pm

Behind Devon Slaboc’s five-point night, the Westmoreland/Oriskany boys varsity soccer team cruised to a 7-0 victory over Center State Conference foe Mount Markham on Monday night.

Slaboc had four goals and an assist for the winners. John Domenico added two goals and an assists for the Bulldogs while Patrick Amarasinghe scored a goal.

Luke Fredsell and Andrew Pysnik each made four saves in goal for Westmoreland/Oriskany.

The Bulldogs are 1-1 overall and 1-0 in the CSC.

Remsen breezes to third win

In girls soccer, Remsen breezed past Canastota, 4-1, scoring all four goals in the first half.

Kylie Singer scored twice for the Rams while Jade Dening and Emma Skermont added a goal. Skermont also picked up an assist.

In goal, Morgan Jones and Hailey Jewett each made three saves for the 3-1 Rams.

Knights blank Indians

The Holland Patent field hockey team shut out Sauquoit Valley, 7-0 behind Natasia Plunkett’s five goal performance. Madeline Acevedo and Emily Mierek also scored for the Golden Knights.

McKenna Williams, Hanna Corrigan and Anna Healey each were credited with an assist while Ella Buchanan stopped two shots on goal.

Holland Patent is 1-1 on the season.

Red Devils fall to Whitesboro

In a Tri-Valley League field hockey matchup, Vernon-Verona-Sherrill fell 4-1 to Whitesboro.

Samantha Franklin made 12 saves in the cage for the Red Devils.

Golden Knights go to 3-0

In girls tennis, Holland Patent improved to 3-0 with a 5-0 victory over Waterville.

Madison Brown, Skyler Kaelin and Katie Harrison all earned singles victories for the Golden Knights. The teams of Ashley Olney and Sara Mierek and Emily DePasquale and Emma Shoemaker earned doubles wins.

Blue Devils down VVS

In a TVL tennis match, Camden rolled over VVS, 6-1. Earning singles wins for Camden were Danielle Caringi and Kimberly Birmingham while the doubles teams of Haidyn Hawkes and Lydia Houser and Camryn Sullivan and LeRyiah Buckingham earned wins. Camden’s doubles teams of Winnie Zhang and Faith McNett and Raegan Ingalls and Peyton Falk earned forfeit victories.Skylar Watts was the lone winner for VVS.

Westmoreland hangs on

In a CSC tennis match, Westmoreland hung on to defeat Sauquoit Valley, 3-2.

Alexandra Golden earned a singles win for the Bulldogs, while the doubles teams of Issabela Ricci and Mkayla Tierney and Jordan Carroll and Lauren Murphy each earned wins.