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ROUNDUP: Wildcats win; New Hartford, RFA, Clinton and HP soccer; field hockey

Posted 9/3/22

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ROUNDUP: Wildcats win; New Hartford, RFA, Clinton and HP soccer; field hockey


Wildcats’ penalty kick good for 1-0 win

Adirondack’s Alexander Kaun scored on a penalty kick early in the second half in a 1-0 win over Remsen Thursday at home in a non-league game to start the season for both teams.

Wildcat goalkeeper Kaiden Bailey earned a shut out win in his varsity debut, stopping all seven shots he faced.

Owen Long of Remsen stopped four shots.

Adirondack will play at Poland at 6 p.m. Tuesday in a non-league game. Remsen hosts Herkimer at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in non-league play.

 New Hartford girls soccer team extends win streak to 38

The defending Class A state champion New Hartford girls soccer team opened the season with a 6-0 win against Tri-Valley League host Camden Thursday, extending its win streak to 38 games.

The defending Class A state champions led 4-0 at the half.

Willa Pratt netted four goals. Amanda Graziano and Erin Cahill scored once each. Talia Vitullo and Alex Volo collected a pair of assists each.

In net for the Spartans, Savannah Cole started and gave way to Abby O’Conor without a shot on goal. O’Conor stopped the lone shot she faced.

Camden goalkeeper Marjiore Castilla made 13 saves.

New Hartford hosts TVL opponent Whitesboro at 4 p.m. Thursday.

Camden plays at Oneida at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

RFA girls soccer wins at HP

The RFA girls soccer team won 3-1 over host Holland Patent Thursday in the season opener for both TVL teams.

Mikayla McPheron, Mia Mirabelli and Brynn Furbeck each scored for the Black Knights. Ellyza Minicozzi and Amelia Furbeck earned an assist each.

RFA goalkeeper Miranda McCormick stopped seven of eight shots on goal for the win.

For HP, Makenzie Stalker scored on an assist from Sophia Rachon.

Isabella Hobin made four saves in net for the Golden Knights.

RFA hosts West Genesee at noon today in non-league play.

HP hosts VVS at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

Westhill shuts out Clinton

The Clinton girls socccer team couldn’t beat Westhill get a goal against host Westhill Thursday, falling 3-0 in non-league play.

Clinton goalkeeper Deanna Heintz stopped 11 shots.

Statistics for Westhill were not submitted.

Clinton hosts non-league opponent Sauquoit Valley at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

New Hartford edges Canastota in field hockey

Ella Greico scored and assisted on the other goal in New Hartford’s 2-1 win at Canastota Friday. The Spartans broke a 1-1 halftime tie with a third quarter goal to go ahead for good.

The other Spartans’ goal was tallied by Francesca Sardina-Boisen.

In goal for New Hartford, Emilee Clarey stopped 10 shots to earn the win.

Canastota’s Helen Shear scored her team’s lone goal on an assist from Kory Matteson.

Canastota goalie Chloe Curtis had five saves.

New Hartford plays a non-league game at 6 p.m. on Wednesday at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill.

Canastota hosts Sauquoit Valley at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in non-league play.

Grimm sisters score three in Clinton win

The Clinton field hockey got a 5-2 win over host Whitesboro Thursday. Gracen Grimm scored twice in the win.

Gretchen Grimm scored and had two assists for Clinton. Also scoring were Skyler McFadden and Lauren Rey also scored a goal each.

In the cage for Clinton, Chloe White stopped six shots for the win.

Whitesboro’s Addison Cook scored and had an assist on a goal by Casey Clausen.

Whitesboro goalie Isabella Arizarry made 19 saves.

Clinton, now 1-0, hosts non-league opponent East Syracuse-Minoa at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Whitesboro hosts Camden at 6 p.m. Wednesday in non-league play.

Warriors edge out Ballston Spa

The Whitesboro boys soccer team scored a 1-0 win at non-league opponent Ballston Spa Friday.

Joshua Gorgas scored the game’s lone goal on an assist from Denis Seferagic.

Whitesboro goalkeeper Devin Trevisani stopped all four shots for the shut out victory.

Statistics for Ballston Spa were not submitted.

Whitesboro plays next at 6 p.m. Tuesday against TVL host Utica Proctor.

Gannon scores four in RFA soccer rout

Collin Gannon scored four goals and added an assist as Rome Free Academy topped Holland Patent 8-0 Thursday in the Tri-Valley League.

RFA led 3-0 at the half.

Raheem Taylor scored and had two assists. Amanuel Mellace had a goal and an assist. Also scoring were Hack Rushton and Chris Rivas. Gavin Civitelli had an assist.

Max Hilderbran made two saves in net for RFA in the shut out. Andrew Stanley of HP made 10 saves.

RFA, now 1-0, plays at non-league opponent Westhill at noon today. HP, 0-1, plays at TVL opponent Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Whitesboro blanks ES-M in girl tennis

The Whitesboro girls tennis team shut out host East Syracuse-Minoa 6-0 Thursday.

Winning in singles were Emma Kane, Lauren Legation and Katherine Mullen.

The winning doubles pairs were Karina Andronovich and Julia Dzeravenets, Jordyn Howlett and Tessa Nash, Sarah Mullen and Averi Kraeger and Kayla Burt and Samara Giori.

Whitesboro hosts TVL opponent Utica-Notre Dame at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.


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