Collin Gannon tallied a pair of goals and one assist to lead the Rome Free Academy boys soccer team past visiting Tri-Valley League foe Oneida, 3-1, on Tuesday at RFA Stadium.
Steven Storms scored the other goal for the Black Knights, while Kevin Beach added an assist.
RFA goalies Aiden Goodwin and Marco Sganzerla made four saves and one save respectively in net.
Aiden Hicks scored the lone goal for the Indians.
Oneida goalie Alex Tooker collected six saves.
The Black Knights led 2-1 at halftime.
Bulldogs remain unbeaten
In more boys soccer action, Westmoreland-Oriskany remained unbeaten at 3-0 with a 5-2 victory over Center State Conference host Holland Patent.
Anush Saimidinov led the Bulldogs with two goals. Colton Davis tallied one goal and two assist, Isaac Eldridge and Caleb Miller chipped in one goal apiece, Trevor Tamburino had three assists and Patrick Amarasinghe added an assist.
The Golden Knights, who dropped to 0-2, were paced by Colby Germond and Jack Scroth with one goal each and Sawyer Locke added a pair of assists.
Jonathan Tolpa made nine saves in net for HP, while Andrew Pysnik and Davis stopped four and two shots respectively for the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs led 3-1 at halftime.
RFA routs Oneida
In girls soccer, RFA’s Grace Engelbert scored five goals in a TVL game that saw nine different Rome players score goals as the Black Knights rolled to a 16-0 win at Oneida.
RFA’s Lauren Dorfman scored the first of her two goals just 20 seconds into the contest with Jamie Fleck getting the first of her five assists on the play. Fleck, Brynn Furbeck and Dorfman all scored two goals on the night. Single goal scores included Antonia Schillaci, Nicolina Lokker, Paulena Petrelli, Dani D’Aiuto and Caroline D’Aiuto. Engelbert, Lokker, Dani D”Aiuto and Jessica Strzepek also picked up an assist each.
Miranda McCormick made four saves in recording her second shutout on the season.
The Black Knights, who led 10-0 at halftime, improved to 2-1 overall. RFA outshot Oneida 41-8.
VVS blanks Proctor
The VVS girls soccer squad blanked host Proctor High of Utica 3-0 in a TVL contest.
Taylir Doig paced the Red Devils with one goal and one assist. Anna Rossi and Sierra Kinne had one goal apiece and Laken Kiser added one assist.
VVS goalie Morgan Brewer stopped five shots.
Falcons edged in pool
In girls swimming and diving, South Lewis was edged by visiting Lowville 95-90 in a Frontier League match.
Recording individual wins for the Falcons were Patience Rivers in the 50-yard freestyle, Kayley Walsh in the 100 butterfly, Amelia Hoffman in the 100 freestyle and Shaylagh Randall in the 500 freestyle.
Clinton stays perfect
In field hockey, Clinton remained unbeaten at 5-0 with a 2-0 CSC win over visiting Little Falls.
Gianna Trunfio and Finley Davignon scored for the Warriors, and goalie Sydney Blalek made four saves for the shutout. The winners outshot Little Falls 16-4.