ROUNDUP: Oneida softball wins pair at the Mudville Morabito Tournament ...


The Oneida softball team won two of three games at the Mudville Morabito Tournament over the weekend.

Oneida started out with a 6-1 win over Deposit. The team started with three runs in the first inning. That was all Kerrigan Crysler needed for run support. She went the distance in the circle for the win. She allowed an unearned run on three hits. She struck out four.

Olivia Friend had a hit, scored twice and drove in two runs for Oneida. Kennedy Curro had a hit, two RBIs and a run scored. Kaylin Curro had a hit, an RBI and two runs scored. Grace Davis had two RBIs.

Alaina Smith took the loss, going six innings and allowing six runs, five earned, on five hits and four walks. She struck out seven. At the plate she had two hits including a double with a run batted in.

Later that day, Beth Honness earned her first varsity win in the circle, as the team defeated Susquehanna Valley in a 10-2 game.

Honness went four innings and allowed two unearned runs on a hit and two walks. Crysler went the final inning, allowing a hit while striking out two without surrendering a run.

Kaylin Curro was 3-for-3 with three runs and an RBI.

Kylee Richardson took the loss, allowing nine runs, four earned, in four innings. She gave up four hits and walked seven while striking out five.

Elizabeth Kick had a hit and an RBI for Susquehanna.

The weekend ended with a 6-4 loss to Victor on Sunday. Victor scored five runs in the bottom of the first for a big early lead.

Honness took the loss, going all six innings. She allowed six runs, four of them earned, on eight hits and three walks. She struck out two.

Kaylin Curro was 4-for-4 with a triple, two runs and an RBI. Olivia Friend was 2-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored. Brianna Molter singled and drove in two.

Kylie Bickert threw a complete game in the win, allowing four earned runs on eight hits and four walks. She struck out 13.

Joelle Jay hit a solo home run with two runs scored.

Oneida is now 10-4 on the season and hosts VVS in the league at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday.

RFA softball wins Friday and Saturday

The Rome Free Academy softball team got a 2-0 win over Whitesboro in the Tri-Valley League Saturday at home, a day after the Black Knights defeated Fayetteville-Manlius 10-6 on the road in a non-league contest.

Saturday, the Knights cored a run in the first and one in the fifth. But the first one was all that pitcher Laina Beer needed. She went all seven innings, allowing three hits and four walks without a run. She struck out six.

Shea Larkin had a double and an RBI for RFA. Lauren Dorfman doubled and scored a run. Maggie Closinski doubled. Julianna Huckabone singled and drove in a run.

Statistics for Whitesboro were not submitted.

Friday, RFA came out swinging, scoring three runs in the first, four in the second and another in the third for an early 8-0 lead.

Larkin earned the win as the starter, allowing five earned runs on seven hits with one strikeout. Beer went the last two innings for the save. She allowed an earned run on a hit while striking out four.

Dorfman had a single, double and triple. She drove in one and scored four times. Huckabone had three hits including a triple, with two runs and three RBIs. Kenidee Campbell had two hits and two runs scored.

Statistics for F-M were not submitted.

RFA visits Camden at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

Sauquoit’s big rally comes up just short

The Westmoreland softball team led 11-0 after four innings Saturday at home against Sauquoit Valley.

The visitors scored eight in the sixth and another in the seventh but lost 11-9 in Center State Conference play.

Jenna Tyczynski went the distance in the win, allowing nine unearned runs on five hits and two walks. She struck out eight. At the plate, she had a single and double with two RBIs and a run scored.

Grace Chrysler had two hits, three RBIs and a run for the Bulldogs. Ally Kingwater had two hits and a run.

For Sauquoit, Ella Luczak took the loss, allowing nine runs, six of them earned, on eight hits and four walks over three innings. She struck out three.

Leah Larsen had two hits, two RBIs and a run for Sauquoit. Brooke Bailey had two hits and run.

Westmoreland hosts league foe Frankfort-Schuyler at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Sauquoit hosts Herkimer at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

Holmes allows one run over 14 innings in two wins

New Hartford softball pitcher Sienna Holmes only got two runs of support but it was all she needed in a complete game win, 2-1 over visiting Whitesboro Friday in the TVL. Saturday she shut out host Fayetteville-Manlius in a 5-0 non-league win on the road.

Whitesboro scored once in the first inning but Holmes held them scoreless the rest of the way. In seven innigs she allowed one earned run on four hits while striking out seven.

Taylor Raux had three hits for the Spartans. Savannah Cole had two hits. Holmes and Taylor Scranton each had a hit and an RBI. Hailey Kwiatkowski had a hit and scored a run.

Whitesboro statistics were not submitted.

Saturday, Holmes gave up seven hits and a walk in seven scoreless innings. She struck out six.

Sophia Burynski was 3-for-4 with an RBI for New Hartford. Alex Volo had a single and triple with a run and two RBIs. Cole had two hits and scored a run. Raux had two hits including a triple and scored twice. Holmes had a single and double with an RBI. Olivia Vitullo also had two hits.

Statistics for F-M were not submitted.

New Hartford hosted Homer in non-league play Monday. Results were not available at press time.

Whitesboro plays on the road at 4:30 p.m. Thursday against TVL foe Utica Proctor.

Camden erases early lead in win

The Camden softball team trailed 3-1 after two innings but scored two runs in each of the third, fifth and seventh innings to defeat host South Jefferson 7-3 Saturday in non-league play.

Ryleigh Johnson went the distance in the circle for the Blue Devils, allowing three runs, two of them earned, on three hits and six walks. She struck out four.

Camryn Shenk had two hits, two RBIs and a run for Camden. Jadyn Prievo had two hits, an RBI and three runs. Kaitlyn Findlay hit a solo home run.

Colleen Davis took the loss, throwing a complete game and allowing seven runs, five of them earned. She allowed eight hits and walked three while striking out seven.

Offensively for South Jefferson, Emma Schafer had a hit, a run and an RBI.

Camden improves to 14-2 and hosts RFA at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

Oriskany softball tops Proctor

Oriskany won at Utica Proctor 12-1 Friday in a non-league softball game.

Oriskany scored four in the top of the second to take a commanding 5-0 lead. The team added six in the fifth to make it 12-1, the eventual final.

Juliette Tagliaferri was the winning pitcher. She pitched a complete game striking out 10 and giving up a pair of hits. She did not walk a batter.

At the plate for Oriskany, Kaylee Burnop was 3-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI. Jordan Carlo was 3-for-4 with an RBI. Kaelyn Buhler was 2-for-4.  

Grace Simmons took the pitching loss for Proctor.

Isabel Yatassaye was 2-for-3 for Proctor.  

Oriskany was slated to host Center State Conference foe Poland Monday. Results were not available at press time.

Proctor takes on host New Hartford at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

Spartans lax falls to Indian River

The New Hartford girls lacrosse team lost 17-5 at Indian River Saturday in a non-league contest.

The Spartans trailed 8-3 at the half.

Bella Kolb scored four times for the Spartans. Ilana McCarthy had the other goal and an assist. Sophia Campola added an assist.

In net for New Hartford, Emily Picolla made six saves.

New Hartford drops to 7-7 and played at RFA Monday in the league. Results were not available at press time.

HP tennis sweeps past Little Falls

The Holland Patent boys tennis team won all five matches against host Little Falls in the Center State Friday.

Glen Gaige, Jeffrey Dewar and Carter Williams all won in singles for the Golden Knights.

The winning doubles pairs were Christopher Kelly and Dylan McGuire and William Zimmerman and Sawyer Locke.

HP ends the regular season 13-1 and 6-0 in the league.

Remsen bests Poland and Dolgeville

The Remsen boys golf team had the best score in a tri-match it hosted against Poland and Dolgeville at Alder Creek Golf Course Friday.

Remsen shot a 185. Poland scored a 196 and Dolgeville shot a 228.

Brian Secor was the medalist for Remsen with a two-over 38. Also scoring were Jaden Prosser (47), Ty Bowers (49) and Ellie Secor (51).

Trent Hobin shot a 57 to medal for Poland. Also scoring were Nate Fullem (66) and Hannah Carnright (73).

Dolgeville’s medalists were Aiden Davies and Jay Countryman, who both fired 47s. Also scoring were Ethan Plonka (65) and Talan Jaquay (69).

Remsen hosts another tri-match at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, this time against Adirondack and West Canada Valley.


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