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ROUNDUP: Black Knights defeat Warriors; VVS, Westmo, New Hartford soccer and more

Posted 9/17/22

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ROUNDUP: Black Knights defeat Warriors; VVS, Westmo, New Hartford soccer and more


The Rome Free Academy boys soccer won 4-1 at home against Whitesboro in the Tri-Valley League Thursday.

The Knights led 2-1 at the break then extended the lead.

Collin Gannon scored twice and had an assist. Jack Rushton scored and had an assist. Christian Wilcox also scored. Earning an assist each were Paul Zimmerman, Cooper Engelbert and Raheem Taylor.

Matt McCormick stopped seven shots to earn the win.

Whitesboro’s Denis Seferagic scored on an assist from Josh Gorgas.

Warriors goalie Devin Trevisani made seven saves.

RFA hosts Oneida at 1:30 p.m. today in the league.

Whitesboro plays Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at noon today in the TVL.

Spartans shut out Raiders

New Hartford won 2-0 at home over TVL foe Thomas R. Proctor in boys soccer Thursday.

Aly Radwan and Noah Panteza scored for the Spartans. Chase Giambrone earned an assist.

Christopher Suriano made three saves in the shutout for New Hartford.

Asim Gacic made three saves for Proctor.

New Hartford plays a league game at Holland Patent at 10 this morning.

Proctor hosts Holland Patent at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

Spartans get runaway win

The New Hartford girls soccer team won 12-0 against host Proctor Thursday in the TVL, with 10 players notching at least one goal.

Lindsay Ellis scored twice and had an assist. Amanda Graziano also scored twice. Willa Pratt scored and had two assists. Bella Hayes scored and added an assist. Scoring once each were Savannah Cole, Mia Roberts, Lia Fornino, Sophia Vitullo, Talia Vitullo and Erin Cahill. Grace Serafin had two assists and Olivia Vitullo and Meghan Kolb had an assist each.

The Spartans led 7-0 at the half.

Cole and Abby O’Connor split time in goal for New Hartford. Cole faced no shots on target and O’Connor made one save.

Proctor goalkeeper Kavashia Archie stopped 21 shots.

The win extends the Spartans’ unbeaten streak to 43 games. The defending Class A state champs are now 5-0-1 (4-0 in the league) and will host Holland Patent at 10 a.m. today in the league.

Proctor plays a league game at Utica-Notre Dame at 10 a.m. today.

Westmo shuts out Herkimer

Emily Gubbins stopped all three shots she faced in goal for the Westmoreland girls soccer team and the Bulldogs got goals from Victoria Downs and Ella McGregor to beat visiting Herkimer 2-0 Thursday in the Center State Conference.

Ferguson assisted on Downs’ score and Downs assisted on McGregor’s goal.

Statistics for Herkimer were not submitted.

Westmoreland (4-1) hosts league foe Frankfort-Schuyler at 10 a.m. today.

Herkimer (2-2) hosts Frankfort-Schuyler at 7 p.m. Wednesday in league play.

Kiser scores lone goal in VVS soccer win

Laiken Kiser scored on an assist from Julia Carter in Vernon-Verona-Sherrill’s 1-0 girls soccer win against visiting TVL foe Camden Thursday.

Grace Maranville stopped all five shots she faced to record the clean sheet in goal for the Red Devils.

Statistics for Camden were not submitted.

VVS plays a TVL match at Whitesboro today at 10 a.m.

Camden plays a TVL match at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Central Valley Academy.

Clinton battles to a draw at Marcellus

Clinton played host Marcellus to a 1-1 draw in girls soccer Thursday in non-league play.

Paige Luke scored Clinton’s goal on an assist from Lydia DeTraglia.

Deanna Heintz was busy in net for Clinton, stopping 18 shots.

Abby Bianchi scored for Marcellus.

Josephine Leubner made 15 saves for Marcellus.

Clinton plays at Adirondack at 1 p.m. today in the Center State.

Remsen comes up just short against Hamilton

The Remsen girls soccer team lost 2-1 at home against Hamilton Thursday in the Center State.

Logan Langel both goals for Hamilton, one on an assist from Taylor Basher and the other from Autumn Hames.

Emily Neuenschwander stopped 15 shots in net to earn the win.

Julia Dening scored the lone goal for the Rams.

Imagin Aiken made 10 saves in net for Remsen.

Remsen falls to 1-3 and hosts Oriskany at 9:30 a.m. today in the league.


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