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ROUNDUP: Remsen soccer player reaches 100th-career goal milestone; also, field hockey and Town of Webb Columbus Day Tournament

Posted 10/11/22

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ROUNDUP: Remsen soccer player reaches 100th-career goal milestone; also, field hockey and Town of Webb Columbus Day Tournament


Remsen soccer player Julia Dening scored her 100th career goal as part of a four-goal performance in the Rams’ 4-3 win over visiting West Canada Valley Friday in the Center State Conference.

Grace Shufelt had two assists and Ella Lafave and Grace Hajdasz had one each in the win.

Imigan Aiken made a dozen saves in goal for Remsen.

On Monday, Dening continued her hot streak with both goals in the team’s 2-0 win at West Canada.

Shufelt assisted on one goal.

Aiken stopped all 11 shots she faced.

Remsen is now 8-6 and hosts Poland at 4:30 p.m. today in the league.

West Canada hosts Hamilton in the league at 4:30 p.m. today.

Bulldogs win Town of Webb tournament

The Westmoreland/Oriskany boys soccer team beat Brookfield 10-0 in the championship game of the Town of Webb Columbus Day Tournament.

The Bulldogs led 5-0 at the half.

Tyler Szarek and Anthony Sawanec had a hat trick each. Nathan Clough scored twice. Jack Tamburino scored and added two assists. Carter Tyczynski also scored. Nick Hays and Dean Koenig had a pair of assists each. Also earning an assist each were Jesse Sweet, Jack Tagliagerri and Bryan Doyle.

Szarek and David Cronauer each made two saves in net for Westmoreland in split time.

Brookfield’s Antoni Talarico had 15 saves.

Brookfield (1-9) got to the finals with a 2-1 overtime victory over Indian Lake.

Szarek, a co-captain, earned tournament MVP honors.

On Saturday, the Bulldogs beat Town of Webb 2-0 to get to the final.

Tamburino and Sawanec each scored in the second half. Hays and Tagliaferri had an assist each.

Cronauer made three saves in the shutout. Ryan Madtes had a dozen saves in the loss.

The Bulldogs are now 13-2. They host Clinton in a league game to conclude the regular season at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Jackson’s lone goal gives Clinton the win

Andre Jackson scored on an assist from Alec Emery in Clinton’s 1-0 soccer win at Canastota Saturday in the CSC.

Landon Stilz stopped all four shots he faced in goal for Clinton.

Connor Russell made 15 saves for Canastota.

Clinton plays a league game at Westmoreland/Oriskany at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Canastota plays a league game at Adirondack at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Warriors shut out Spartans

The Clinton field hockey team won 2-0 at New Hartford Friday in non-league play.

Skyler McFadden scored on an assist Gretchen Grimm and also assisted on the other goal, scored by Gracen Grimm.

Chloe White faced no shots on goal for Clinton.

Statistics for New Hartford were not submitted.

Clinton is now 14-1 and hosts Cazenovia in a non-league game to end its regular season at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

New Hartford plays at East Syracuse Minoa in a non-league game at 5 p.m. today.

Canastota field hockey tops Oneida

The Canastota field hockey team beat visitng Oneida 7-0 at home Saturday in non-league play.

Juliana Dimao scored twice and had an assist. Helen Shear also scored twice. Breeah Shaw scored and had an assist. Chloe Curtis and Theresa Warner scored once each. Megan Trujilio had three assists and Kory Matteson had one.

Bethany Honness had 24 saves in goal for Oneida.

Oneida hosts Camden at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday in the Tri-Valley League.

Canastota hosts Mount Markham at 6 p.m. today in the Center State.

HP falls at Liverpool

Liverpool beat Holland Patent 1-0 at home Monday in non-league field hockey.

Mia Berthoff scored in the fourth quarter.

Arialana Webber stopped all six shots she faced for Liverpool.

Holland Patent’s Molly Bathrick stopped the lone shot she faced and Lily Boris made four saves and allowed the goal in split time.

HP plays a TVL game at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 4:30 p.m. today.

RFA girls win Coughlin Invite

The Rome Free Academy girls cross country team won the Bill Coughlin Invitational the school Saturday.

RFA had 46 points. Westmoreland was second with 73 points. Oneonta was third (75), Waterville was fourth (107), Clinton was fifth (110), Remsen/Old Forge was sixth (126), Altmar-Parish-Williamstown was seventh (155) and New York Mills was eighth (176).

The overall wInner was RFA’s Marlo Townsend in 19:52, establishing the course record.

Other local runners in the top 10 were Emma Szarek in second, Ellie Bartlett of Remsen/OF was fifth, Tessie Shafer of Westmoreland was sixth, Marlee Shafer of Westmoreland was seventh and Julissa Luciano of RFA was eighth.

Oneonta won the boys race with 28 points. RFA was second (58), Remsen/OF was third (94), New York Mills was fourth (122), Deruyter was fifth (132), Westmoreland was sixth (160), Oriskany was seventh (163), Canastota was eighth (218) and APW was ninth (222).

RFA’s Carson Campbell won the race in 18:10.5.

The other local runners in the top 10 were Ean Piaschyk of Remsen/OF in seventh, teammate Gavin Nelson in eighth and RFA’s Ethan Baker was ninth.


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