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ROUNDUP: New Hartford field hockey, VVS, RFA field hockey teams earn wins; soccer, cross country

Posted 9/23/22

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ROUNDUP: New Hartford field hockey, VVS, RFA field hockey teams earn wins; soccer, cross country

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Ella Greico scored a hat trick in the New Hartford field hockey team’s 4-0 win against visiting Central Valley Academy in the Tri-Valley League Wednesday.

Sienna Holmes had a goal and Grace McNamara added an assist.

Emilee Clarey stopped all four shots on goal for the Spartans.

Morgan Russo made 27 saves for CVA.

New Hartford hosts Holland Patent at 5 p.m. today in the league.

CVA hosts Camden at 11 a.m. Saturday in the TVL.

VVS rolls past Oneida

The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill field hockey team posted a 7-0 home victory over Oneida in the TVL Wednesday.

Carmella Garcia had two goals and three assists. Meredith Guertin also had two goals. Aaliyah Sequin had a goal and an assist. Also scoring were Alea Burger and Natalie Herzog. Kyndra Sequin earned an assist.

Devyn Balfe stopped all three shots she faced for VVS.

Bethany Honness had 11 saves for Oneida.

VVS hosts Johnstown at 1 p.m. Saturday in non-league play.

Oneida plays a TVL game at Camden at 4:30 p.m. Monday.

Nardslico has a big game in RFA win

The Rome Free Academy field hockey team won 8-1 at Whitesboro in the TVL Wednesday. Alyssa Nardslico scored and had three assists for the Black Knights.

RFA ran out to a 3-0 first quarter lead and was up 7-0 at the half.

Isibeal McMahon and Cara Mecca both had two-goal efforts. Also adding a goal each were Drew and Dani Kopek and Gracie Paccica. Alexa Thompson and Fiona McMahon earned an assist each.

In goal for RFA, Jaylene Rodriguez stopped four shots.

Antonia DiCesare scored for Whitesboro on an assist for Haley Cornine.

Isabella Irizarry had nine saves in goal for the Warriors.

RFA plays a non-league game at Shenendehowa High School at 5 p.m. today.

Whitesboro plays at 7 p.m. Monday at New Hartford in the league.

Rizzo scores both goals in Oriskany win

Alivia Rizzo scored twice in a 2-1 win for the Oriskany girls soccer team Wednesday on the road against Town of Webb in the Center State Conference.

Addison Fabbio had an assist for Oriskany.

Kaylee Burnop made 12 saves in the win.

Statistics for Town of Webb were not submitted.

Oriskany hosts Frankfort-Schuyler at 4:15 p.m. today in a non-league match.

Bulldogs get road win

Samantha Ferguson’s two goals were the margin of victory as the Westmoreland girls soccer team got a 3-1 road win against Dolgeville Wednesday in the Center State.

Victoria Downs also scored for the Bulldogs. Ava Geglia and Olivia Moore each had an assist in the win. Emily Gubbins made eight saves to earn the win.

Jakyra Miller scored for Dolgeville on an assist from Ally Comstock.

Westmoreland plays at Clinton at 3:15 p.m. today in non-league play.

DeTraglia scored twice in Warriors’ win

Lydia DeTraglia scored a pair of goals to help the Clinton girls soccer team to a 3-2 win at Canastota Wednesday in the Center State.

Paige Luke also scored for the Warriors.

Deanna Heintz stopped 10 shots to earn the win in goal.

Brooke Congden and Cassondra Wood each scored for Canastota.

Mackenzi Stevens made 12 saves in goal for the Raiders.

Clinton hosts Westmoreland at 3:15 p.m. today.

Szarek wins girls cross country race

Westmoreland’s Emma Szarek won the CSC girls cross country race hosted by the Bulldogs Wednesday.

Szarek won in 21:08.9 minutes. Teammates Tessie Shafer (third), Marlee Shafer (fifth) and Juliana Acee (ninth) also placed in the top 10.

Westmoreland defeated Dolgeville 24 to 32 and beat Canastota 21 to 34. Dolgeville beat Canastota 25 to 30. Little Falls and Watertown had incomplete results.

In the boys race, Logan Baker of Waterville won in 18:41.5. Westmoreland’s Anthony Tisi was fifth and teammate Anthony Valenzano was ninth.

Westmoreland defeated Canastota 16 to 20 and Little Falls 13 to 15. Canastota defeated Little Falls 10 to 12 and Waterville 26 to 33.

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