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SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Oneida, Oriskany, TVL Pioneer title, Camden, Proctor, Division III title, HP, Bulldogs win over Wildcats

Posted 5/23/22

The Section III softball postseason has begun, with Class B two seed Oneida and Class D two seed Oriskany earning the highest spots among local teams. Camden and New Hartford are the third and four …

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SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Oneida, Oriskany, TVL Pioneer title, Camden, Proctor, Division III title, HP, Bulldogs win over Wildcats

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The Section III softball postseason has begun, with Class B two seed Oneida and Class D two seed Oriskany earning the highest spots among local teams. Camden and New Hartford are the third and four seeds in Class A, respectively.

Rome Free Academy (10-8) is the four seed in Class AA, and will play against top seed Liverpool (13-6) at 4 p.m. on Saturday at Onondaga Community College. The two seed Baldwinsville (17-1) and three seed Cicero-North Syracuse (6-12) will play that day at 6:30 p.m. at the college. The winners will play in the championship game at 7 p.m. on June 1 at Carrier Park Field East in East Syracuse.

In Class A, the higher seeds in the opening round will host games at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Nine seed Indian River (8-8) plays eight seed Carthage (10-8). Ten seed Oswego (7-9) plays at seven seed Central Square (11-8). Eleven seed Watertown (8-8) plays six seed Christian Brothers Academy (9-6).

The quarterfinals will take place at 5 p.m. on Thursday. Top seed Jamesville-Dewitt (17-3) will host the winner of the Indian River-Carthage game. Four seed New Hartford (12-4) will host five seed East Syracuse Minoa (13-5). Two seed Auburn (16-4) awaits the winner of Oswego and Central Square. Three seed Camden (16-3) will host the winner of CBA and Watertown.

Class B opening round games are set for 5 p.m. on Tuesday at the higher seed. Eight seed Canastota (15-3) hosts nine seed Mexico (8-9). Four seed South Jefferson (14-5) hosts 13 seed Little Falls (6-12). Five seed Holland Patent (13-3) hosts 12 seed Skaneateles (10-9). Seven seed Westhill (8-6) hosts 10 seed Central Valley Academy (9-7). Three seed Chittenango (15-3) hosts 14 seed Homer (8-9). Six seed Jordan-Elbridge (16-2) hosts 11 seed APW (7-6).

The quarterfinals will be at 5 p.m. Thursday at the higher seed. Top seed Marcellus (14-3) awaits the winner of Canastota and Mexio. Two seed Oneida (14-4) will host the winner of Westhill and CVA. The winners of the 4-13 game and the 5-12 game will square off, as will the winners of the 3-14 game and 6-11 game.

In Class C, 16 seed Adirondack (7-10) hosted 17 seed Utica Notre-Dame (9-9) Monday in the lone first round game. The visiting Jugglers won 5-1.

The second round games in Class C will be at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the higher seed. Top seed Port Byron (18-1) will host Notre Dame. Eight seed Westmoreland (10-4) hosts nine seed Weedsport (12-7). Four seed West Canada Valley (15-2) hosts 13 seed Waterville (9-9). Fifth seed Thousand Islands (15-2) hosts 12 seed Onondaga (10-7). Two seed Cooperstown (16-1) hosts 15 seed Fabius-Pompey (7-10). Seven seed Pulaski (12-3) hosts 10 seed South Lewis (11-6). Three seed Sandy Creek (15-2) hosts 14 seed Sauquoit Valley (7-8). Six seed Mount Markham (12-4) hosts 11 seed Herkimer (10-8).

The Class D opening round games will be played at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the higher seed. Eight seed Hamilton (13-5) hosts nine seed Cincinnatus (5-8). Four seed Poland (10-8) hosts 13 seed Belleville-Henderson (6-10). Five seed DeRuyter (7-4) hosts 12 seed Alexandria (6-9). Seven seed Sackets Harbor (11-8) hosts 10 seed Otselic Valley (6-7). Six seed Lyme (10-6) hosts 11 seed LaFargeville (6-9).

The quarterfinals are at 5 p.m. Thursday at the higher seed. Top seed Stockbridge Valley (14-2) awaits the winner of Hamilton and Cincinnatus. Two seed Oriskany (14-3) will host the winner of Sackets Harbor and Otselic Valley. Three seed Brookfield (11-4) will host the winner of Lyme and LaFargeville. The winners of the 4-13 and 5-12 games will play each other.

Oneida wins two, takes TVL Pioneer title

The Oneida softball teams got Tri-Valley League wins over Central Valley Academy Friday and Utica Notre Dame Saturday to win the Pioneer Division. It’s the 15th year in row the team has had at least a share of the title.

On Friday, Oneida won 12-2 at home. They scored six in the second inning and never looked back.

Those initial six runs were more than enough for Oneida starting pitcher Kerrigan Crysler, who picked up the win. She went six innings and allowed no runs. She allowed four hits and walked two while striking out nine.

Olivia Friend had two hits including a home run, with three runs scored and four RBIs. Kaylin Curro was 3-for-4 with double, three runs and two RBIs. Julianna Caroli was 3-for-3 with an RBI.

CVA’s Peyton Hoffman had three of the team’s five hits. Scout Ludwig had a hit and drove in two runs.

Madison Obreza took the loss, going the first four innings while surrendering 10 runs, five of them earned. She allowed nine hits and walked one.

CVA ended the season at 9-7.

On Saturday, Crysler got another win, striking out 14 as the team won 12-3.

Crysler threw a complete game, allowing six hits and walking no one.

Kaylin Curro was 4-for-4 with three runs and two RBIs. Friend had three hits, five RBIs and a run. Caroli had a single and double with an RBI. Mikah Albro had two hits, scored three times and drove in a run.

For Notre Dame, Ella Trinkaus took the loss, going 4 1/3 innings and allowing six runs, five earned, on 10 hits and a walk. She struck out eight.

Erin Trinkaus had a hit and two RBIs. Bella Roberts had a hit, a run and an RBI.

Oneida was 14-4 in the regular season with an 11-1 league record.

Notre Dame was 9-9 and 5-8 in the TVL.

Prievo holds Raiders to two hits in Camden win

The Camden softball team got a 16-1 win over host Utica Proctor in the TVL Friday. Aveyr Prievo threw a complete game in the win, allowing a run on two hits.

Prievo struck out two and walked three. At the plate she had two hits.

Brooke Musch was 3-for-4 with a triple for Camden, scoring four times and driving in two runs. Jadyn Prievo doubled twice and scored three times with an RBI. Camryn Shenk had two hits including a double, scored twice and had four RBIs. Ryleigh Johnson had two hits including a double with two runs and three RBIs. Katie McCarthy had two hits, two runs and an RBI. Kendall Musch had two hits, a run and an RBI.

Madison Getz had a hit and scored for Proctor.

Grace Simmons took the loss, allowing 16 runs, 14 earned, in six innings. She surrendered 15 hits and walked seven with three strikeouts.

Camden finished the teason 16-3 and 10-2 in the TVL.

Proctor was 1-16 and 0-12 in the league.

Oriskany softball wins to earn a share of division title

The Oriskany softball team’s 5-1 win at home over Poland Saturday helped the team earn a share of the Center State Conference Division III regular season title.

Juliette Tagliaferi was the winning pitcher. She threw a complete game, striking out five and allowing five hits and two walks. At the plate she was 1-for-3. Kaelyn Buehler tripled and drove in two runs for Oriskany.

Shelbi Hagues took the pitching loss for Poland.

Logan Cookingham was 2-for-3 at the plate for Poland.

Oriskany was 14-3 overall and 13-2 in the league.

HP softball scores 26

The Holland Patent softball team scored nine first inning runs in a 26-0 win over Sherburne-Earlville Friday in the Center State. The Golden Knights lost Saturday, 3-0 at Cooperstown.

Maggie Cummings had three doubles, drove in four runs and scored three times for HP. Hannah Rossi had three hits including a triple, with three RBIs. Emery Crossley had three hits including two doubles, with three runs and two RBIs. Michaela Cushman had a single, triple, four runs and five RBIs. Terralyn McLaughlin had a single and double, with three runs and two RBIs. Bella Makarchuk had two hits, two runs and two RBIs. Ella Armitage had a single and double with two runs and four RBIs.

Cushman started for HP in the circle, and went three scoreless innings allowing two hits and a walk. Rossi two scoreless innings of relief, allowing a hit.

Saturday, Cooperstown held HP to four hits and kep the Knights off the scoreboard.

Terralyn McLaughlin had three of HP’s hits, including a double.

Rossi allowed three runs, one of them earned, on five hits with four strikeouts for HP.

Statistics for Cooperstown were not submitted.

The Knights were 13-3 overall and 8-2 in Division I.

Bulldogs get softball win over Wildcats

The Westmoreland softball team scored in each of the first four innings in an 8-3 win over Adirondack in the Center State Friday.

Jenna Tyczynski had two hits, a run and an RBI for Westmoreland. Autumn Millington had two hits and scored a run. Olivia Moore had a hit and two runs batted in.

Moore also got the win, going all seven innings and allowing three unearned runs on two hits and 10 walks. She struck out four.

Statistics for Adirondack were not submitted.

Westmoreland is 10-4.

Adirondack is 7-7.

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