The Rome Free Academy field hockey team fell to Liverpool, 3-2, on the road on Saturday as its record fell to 2-2-1.
RFA goal scorers were Isabelle Matt and Anna Nardslico, and Jace Hunzinger had two assists. Lilianna Ferrucci made four saves in goal.
Liverpool goals were scored by Chloe Muller, Jillian Chilbert and Danielle Wilson, with assists by Chilbert, Olivia Hayden and Ava Canterino. Abbie Bragan had nine saves in the win.
Camden shut out by C-NS
Cicero-North Syracuse shut out Camden in field hockey, 2-0, on the road.
Scoring for CNS were Molly Molchanoff and Allison Bartlett. Emily Colagiovanni had an assist. Ally Wagner made two saves for CNS and Kelsey Barbato made eight for Camden.
HP soccer falls in OT
The Holland Patent boys soccer team lost in overtime, 3-2. Holland Patent’s Shawn Yocum and Chris Biro each scored in the first half. Assists went to Jack Mahanna and Jack Schroth. Carthage goals were scored by Walker LaVancha, Cole Gittins and Aidan Parker with assists by Austin Hamilton and Steven Sullivan.
Jonathan Tolpa made 10 saves for the Golden Knights in the loss. Braeden Dorchester made five saves for Carthage.
Camden wins tournament
Camden defeated Old Forge 2-1 on Saturday then took the title game of the West Canada Valley tournament Sunday.
Old Forge’s Dylan Laporte scored early, then Camden tied it up midway through the first half on Parker Scholl’s penalty kick conversion. Ethan Gerow scored in the second half after the ball bounced around in the 18-yard box to put Camden up for good in the first round. Josh Leos made five saves for Camden and David Ehrensbeck had five saves for Old Forge.
Scholl scored the lone goal in the championship game against West Canada. Leos had four saves. Caden Ludwig of West Canada made 15 saves.
Frankfort blanks Oriskany
Frankfort-Schuyler shut out Oriskany 4-0 on the in girls soccer.
The goals by Frankfort all came in the first half. Scoring were Cassidy Maneen, Hannah Banas, Skye Simmons and Hailey Traut. Oriskany goalie Katie Bowers made 21 saves.
VVS finishes 12th
Vernon-Verona-Sherrill placed 12th out of 16 schools that competed in Saturday’s Chittenango Invitational.
The school’s top finisher was Andrew Wright, who placed 38th in a competitive Varsity Race 2.