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ROUNDUP: Herkimer and Sauquoit Valley battle; field hockey, soccer, Center State Conference

Posted 9/13/22

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ROUNDUP: Herkimer and Sauquoit Valley battle; field hockey, soccer, Center State Conference


A 10-minute overtime wasn’t enough to decide the field hockey game Monday between Herkimer and Sauquoit Valley. The two Center State Conference teams ended with a scoreless tie in Herkimer.

Hannah Minguela made seven saves for the Magicians.

Emily Forbes stopped the only shot on goal she faced.

Herkimer hosts New York Mills in the league at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Sauquoit hosts Morrisville-Eaton in the league at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Garcia and Guertin lead VVS to field hockey win

The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill field hockey team defeated host Whitesboro Monday on the strength of two-goal games from both Meredith Guertin and Carmella Garcia.

Grace Croft tallied an assist in the Tri-Valley League win.

Devyn Balfe saved the lone shot she faced in goal for the Red Devils.

For Whitesboro, Isabella Irizarry made nine saves.

VVS travels to New Hartford for a league matchup at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Whitesboro is at Oneida in the TVL at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday.

Clinton field hockey gets shut out

Canastota earned a 2-0 home win over Clinton Monday in the Center State Conference.

The Raiders’ goal scorers were Makayla Faber and Kory Matteson.

In goal for Clinton, Chloe White made 19 saves.

Canastota’s Alyssa Bonneau stopped seven shots.

Clinton visits Little Falls at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in non-league play.

Tamburino nets hat trick in Bulldogs’ win

Jack Tamburino scored three goals in a 10-minute span in the second half of the Westmoreland-Oriskany boys soccer team’s 4-1 win at Little Falls Monday in the Center State Conference.

With the score tied 1-1 at the break, Tamburino struck three times to power the Bulldogs to a win.

Anthony Sawanec scored in the first half for the Bulldogs. Jack Tagliaferri had a pair of assists and Nick Hays and Tyler Szarek had one each.

A pair of Bulldogs split time in goal, with David Cronauer stopping three shots and allowing one goal and Dave Zinicola stopping the lone shot he faced.

Jack Morotti scored for the Mounties on an assist from Brian Lindsay.

Litte Falls goalkeeper James Longwell had seven saves.

Westmoreland-Oriskany has now won all four of its games and will host league foe Utica Academy of Science at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Little Falls, 1-2-1, travels to Canastota for a league game at 7 Wednesday night.

Sauquoit Valley piles on against Sherburne-Earlville

The Sauquoit Valley boys soccer team beat host Sherburne-Earlville 10-0 Monday in the Center State Conference.

Quincy Stayton scored twice and had an assist in the win. Rocco Femia and Zachary Latino also scored two goals each. Aaron Johnson and Nicholas Giuliano had a goal and an assist each. Also scoring were Allen Brown and Alex Prichard. Alex Keller and Lucian Thompson each tallied an assist.

In goal, Sauquoit’s Prichard (two saves) and Broc Barker (one save) split time.

Sherburne’s Owen Brown had two saves.

Sauquoit hosts Waterville at 6 p.m. Friday in the league.

Rizzo scores four times in two games

Alivia Rizzo scored a hat trick for the Oriskany but the team lost 5-3 at Frankfort-Schuyler Monday in non-league play. On Tuesday, she scored the only goal of the game for a 1-0 Center State Conference win at West Canada Valley.

On Monday, Rachel Daskiewich assisted on two of the goals and Juliet Tagliaferri also earned an assist.

Kaylee Burnop stopped 17 shots in goal for Oriskany.

Statistics for Frankfort-Schuyler were not provided.

In Tuesday’s game, Burnop stopped all 12 shots she faced to earn the shutout.

Oriskany plays league foe Poland on the road at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

Lowville’s Smith records hat trick in win over Adirondack

The Lowville girls soccer team beat visiting Adirondack 7-0 Monday, with Taci Smith scoring three times in the non-league win.

Stephanie Beyer, Mia Hanselman, Tai Nortz and Maya Laribee all had a goal each. Nortz also had an assist. Peyton Cole had two assists. Jenne Weiler and Carli Freeman also recorded an assist each.

Jerika Myers had one save in net for Lowville.

Adirondack goalkeeper Morgan Hutchins made 16 saves.

Adirondack played a Center State game at Canastota Tuesday. Results were not available at press time.


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