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ROUNDUP: Field hockey matchups, girls soccer and tennis

Posted 9/8/22

Camden broke a 1-1 halftime tie with the lone second half goal in a 2-1 non-league field hockey win on the road against Whitesboro Wednesday. Gabby Croniser scored both goals for the Blue Devils, …

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ROUNDUP: Field hockey matchups, girls soccer and tennis

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Camden broke a 1-1 halftime tie with the lone second half goal in a 2-1 non-league field hockey win on the road against Whitesboro Wednesday.

Gabby Croniser scored both goals for the Blue Devils, with Avery Prievo assisting on one.

Abby Henderson made four stops in goal for Camden to earn the win in the team’s first game of the season.

Brianna DeHimer scored for the Warriors.

Isabella Irizarry faced 20 shots in goal for Whitesboro, stopping 18 of them.

Camden will participate in the Huntington Tournament in Baldwinsville Friday and Saturday.

Whitesboro falls to 0-2 and is hosting the sixth annual Fall Classic Friday and Saturday.

Clinton blanks ES-M

The Clinton field hockey team shut out visiting East Syracuse-Minoa 2-0 in a non-league game Wednesday.

Gracen Grimm and Josie Rioux scored the two goals. Gretchen Grimm assisted on both tallies.

In goal for the Warriors, Chloe White made two saves.

Molly Comstock stopped 19 shots for ES-M

Clinton plays a non-league game at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Morrisville-Eaton.

Bialoglaw’s hat trick powers Spartans past Red Devils

Sophia Bialoglaw scored three times in New Hartford’s 6-2 win at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill in non-league field hockey Wednesday.

Ella Greico scored and had two assists for the Spartans. Bella Kolb and Sienna Holmes also scored. Sarah Cleary and Alan Demkowitch each had an assist.

New Hartford led 3-1 at the half.

In goal for New Hartford, Emilee Clarey stopped six shots.

Meredith Guertin and Kyndra Sequin scored once each for the Red Devils. Grace Croft assisted on both scores.

Devyn Balfe stopped 13 shots in goal for VVS.

New Hartford, now 2-0, hosts Oneida at 5 p.m. Friday.

VVS will participate in the Huntington Tournament in Baldwinsville Friday and Saturday.

Bulldogs cruise past Wildcats

Jackie Downs scored twice and Victoria Downs added a goal in the Westmoreland girls soccer team’s 5-0 win at Adirondack Wednesday.

Samantha Ferguson scored and had three assists. Aubrie Bartholomew also scored.

Emily Gubbins made six saves in net for Westmoreland.

Adirondack’s Kaylin Olney made nine saves.

Westmoreland plays at Oriskany in a non-league game at 4:30 p.m. Friday.

Adirondack plays a non-league game at 6 p.m. Monday at Lowville.

Sauquoit soccer beats Clinton

The Sauquoit Valley girls soccer team won 4-1 at Clinton Wednesday.

Kirsten Shepard, Celena Sperbeck, Addison Lazarek and Ella Dischiavo all scored for Sauquoit. Kaitlyn Corr had an assist.

In net, Jadyn Land stopped three shots to earn the win.

Clinton’s Ava Alteri scored the lone Clinton goal.

Deanna Heintz made 20 saves for Clinton.

Sauquoit will participate in the NYSSCOGS Hall of Fame Girls Soccer Tournament in Lake George Saturday and Sunday.

Clinton hosts Skaneateles at 5 today in non-league play.

Jugglers get shut out

The Notre Dame girls soccer team was shut out in a 3-0 loss against host Waterville Wednesday.

Valorie Ford, Kylee Ford and Riley Frost each scored. Alexis Northrop had an assist.

In net for Waterville, Kayle Roberts stopped all nine shots she faced.

Vita Waters made 10 saves for the Jugglers in the loss.

Notre Dame, now 0-3, played host to VVS Thursday in the Tri-Valley League. Results were not available at press time.

Waterville plays at Herkimer at 4:30 p.m. Friday.

Raiders top Black Knights in close tennis match

The Utica-Proctor girls tennis team defeated host Rome Free Academy 4-3 Wednesday in the Tri-Valley League.

Tha Kyet, Ebenezer Sha and Alana Greer each won their singles matches for the Raiders in two sets. Proctor’s winning doubles tandem was Rutha Kyet and Lauren Son.

Winning doubles for RFA were the pairs of Mary Denton and Amya McLeod, Alysa Jackson and Thylia Keoviengsamay and Mary Barrett and Eriyah Johnson.

Proctor, 2-0, visits TVL foe Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 4 p.m. Friday.

RFA visits Oneida for a league match at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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