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ROUNDUP: E.J. Herrmann Invitational; VVS, New Hartford, HP cross country; soccer and field hockey

Posted 9/27/22

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ROUNDUP: E.J. Herrmann Invitational; VVS, New Hartford, HP cross country; soccer and field hockey


Cora Hinsdill of Adirondack won the girls varsity race at the 79th annual E.J. Herrmann Invitational at Proctor Park in Utica Saturday to help the Wildcats to a second-place finish out of 18 schools. Rome Free Academy took third in the girls race and fourth in the boys race.

Hinsdill finished in 19:58.3 minutes. Emma Szarek of Westmoreland was second. Marlo Townsend of RFA was fourth. Eliana Pitts of Adirondack was 11th and Molly Myatt of Oneida was 12th. Proctor’s Megan Lew was 13th and Ellie Bartlett of Remsen/Old Forge was 15th. Adirondack’s Johannah Northrup was 18th.

Beaver River’s girls team was first overall with 80 points. Adirondack was second (94) and RFA was fourth (121). Other local schools’ overall finishes were: Clinton in sixth, Westmoreland in seventh, Central Valley Academy in ninth, Proctor in 10th, Remsen/Old Forge in 11th, Herkimer in 14th, West Canada Valley in 15th and New York Mills in 17th.

RFA was first out of four large schools, with CVA second and Proctor third.

Townsend of RFA was the top finisher among the large school runners in 20:25.5. Lew was second and RFA’s Julissa Luciano was third. CVA’s Grace Lally was fourth and RFA’s Shannen Calandra was fifth with teammate Gianna Badolato was sixth. Proctor’s Jasmin Gonzalez-River was seventh, CVA’s Marcella Pronti was eighth, Kayleana Vandeusen of RFA was ninth and teammate Shavaia Parry was 10th.

The RFA Girls Varsity & JV took first place in both their races Saturday at Proctor Park as well as the individual titles. The Varsity took 1st place with a score of 24 points, while the JV scored a perfect score of 15 taking the top 5 spots in the race.

In the combined boys race result, Travis Gaffney of St. Mary’s won in 16:23. The top local finisher was Kole Owens of Sauquoit Valley in third. Other locals in the top 20 were: Camden’s Jerome Seidl in 11th, Proctor’s Nico Tidmore in 12th and Owen Sweet in 14th, RFA’s Carson Campell in 18th and Sauquoit’s Matthew Hanna in 19th. Tidmore was first in the large school group.

Fonda-Fultonville won with 88 points. RFA was fourth, Camden fifth, Sauquoit in eighth, Proctor in 10th, Remsen/Old Forge in 13th, New York Mills in 15th, Utica-Notre Dame in 16th, Clinton in 17th, CVA in 21st, Adirondack in 22nd, Westmoreland in 24th and Herkimer in 25th.

VVS, New Hartford and HP run in Baldwinsville

Three local schools competed in the 70th annual Baldwinsville Cross Country Invitational Saturday — Vernon-Verona-Sherrill, New Hartford and Holland Patent.

Fairport won the boys race with 59 points. The top finisher was Nolan McGinn of Fayetteville-Manlius in 15:22.4 minutes. VVS was 11th, New Hartford was 12th and HP was 31st. The top local finisher was Killian Bauer of VVS in 35th.

Cicero-North Syracuse won the girls race with 41 points. The top finisher was WHO in HOW. New Hartford was 10th and VVS was 23rd. The top local finisher was Alexandria French of New Hartford in 16th place.

Bulldogs blank Warriors

The Westmoreland girls soccer team got a 3-0 win at Clinton in the non-league play Friday.

Samantha Ferguson had a goal and an assist. Jacqueline Downs and Ava Geglia also scored.

In goal for Westmoreland, Emily Gubbins made 10 saves for the shutout.

Statistics for Clinton were not submitted.

Westmoreland improves to 6-2 and visited Little Falls Monday in the Center State Conference. Results were not available at press time.

Clinton hosts RFA at 4:30 p.m. today in non-league action.

Magicians get two wins

The Herkimer girls soccer team earned a 3-1 road win over Little Falls Friday in the Center State then beat Utica Academy of Science 5-0 on the road Saturday in the Center State Conference.

Friday, Juleigh Herringshaw had a goal and an assist for Herkimer. Madison Marusic and Katelyn Carney also scored. Leah Bray earned an assist.

Bailey Bray stopped six shots in goal for Herkimer.

Statistics for Little Falls were not submitted.

Saturday, Carney scored a hat trick for the Magicians. Leah Bray had a goal and an assist. Halonna White also scored. Aubrey Lewis had two assists and Herringshaw and Marusic had one each.

Lyndsey Vorhees made one save in net for Herkimer for the win.

Statistics for Utica were not submitted.

Herkimer hosts West Canada Valley at 7 tonight in non-league play.

Little Falls hosted Westmoreland Monday in the league. Results were not available at press time.

UAS hosts Clinton at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the league.

Warriors shut out Fulton

Kaidan Fischer stopped all seven shots he faced in goal to help the Whitesboro boys soccer team to a 3-0 win at Fulton Saturday in non-league play.

Jesse Dutcher scored and had an assist. Denis Seferafic and Daschel Smith also scored. Joshua Gorgas earned an assist.

Fulton statistics were not submitted.

Whitesboro plays a league game at Holland Patent at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

Ingmire’s hat trick leads Oneida to soccer win

Spencer Ingmire scored three times in the Oneida boys soccer team’s 5-1 win at home over Canastota Saturday in non-league play.

Robert Paul had a goal and an assist for Oneida. Ryan Paul also scored. Ryan Hughes had two assists and Cash Kistner and Wade Butler had an assist each.

Kannon Curro made five saves in net for Oneida.

Canastota’s goal was scored by Donovan Schmidt on an assist from Joey Kauzlauskis. Goalie Connor Russell stopped 22 shots for the Raiders.

Oneida played at Stockbridge Valley Monday. Results were not available at press time.

Canastota hosted Sherburne-Earlville Monday. Results were not available at press time.

Sauquoit wins with one goal

Zachary Latino scored the game’s lone goal in a 1-0 win for the Sauquoit boys soccer team at Herkimer Saturday in the Center State.

Aaron Johnson assisted on the goal. Alex Prichards stopped all five shots he faced for the shutout.

Herkimer’s Jayden Crandall made 13 saves.

Sauquoit played at Clinton Monday. Results were not available at press time.

Herkimer hosted Remsen Monday. Results were not available at press time.

RFA field hockey wins one of two weekend games

The Rome Free Academy field hockey lost 2-1 to Shenendehowa Friday then beat Massapequa 3-0 Saturday in a pair of non-league games at Shenendehowa.

On Friday, Isibeal McMahon scored the Black Knights’ lone goal on an assist from Drew Kopek. Jaylene Rodriguez made four saves for RFA in goal.

Statistics for Shenendehowa were not submitted.

Saturday, RFA scored a pair of second quarter goals then added another in the third to pad the lead. Fiona McMahon scored twice and Dani Kopek added a goal. Cara Mecca and Alexa Thompson had an assist each. Rodriguez stopped three shots and Jillian Buczkowski had two stops to combine for the shutout.

RFA played a Tri-Valley League game Monday at Central Valley Academy. Results were not available at press time.

Clinton defeats Port Byron

The Clinton field hockey team defeated host Port Byron 3-1 Friday in a non-league matchup.

Gracen and Gretchen Grimm had a goal and an assist each for the Warriors. Elise Pape also scored and Skyler McFadden earned an assist.

Chloe White allowed one goal on one shot in goal for Clinton, earning the win.

Port Byron’s Mackenzie McDowell scored her team’s goal.

Clinton, 7-1, hosts Oneida at 4:30 p.m. today in non-league play.

HP shuts out New Hartford

Machaela Cushman scored twice and Holland Patent beat host New Hartford 3-0 in Tri-Valley League field hockey Friday.

Maggie Cummings had HP’s other goal and had an assist. Terra McLaughlin also had an assist.

Emilee Clarey made 14 saves for New Hartford.

HP hosted Vernon-Verona-Sherrill in the league Monday. Results were not available at press time.

New Hartford hosted Whitesboro in the league Monday. Results were not available at press time.

Westmo beats Oriskany in modified soccer

The Westmoreland girls modified soccer team beat Oriskany 5-0 on the road Saturday.

Autumn Coffin scored a hat trick. Kylie Young had a goal and an assist. Isabella Smith also scored and Ella Wameling earned an assist.

Holy Bullischeck earned the shutout in goal for the Bulldogs.


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