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ROUNDUP: Oneida tennis, RFA soccer, Clinton field hockey and more

Posted 10/8/22

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ROUNDUP: Oneida tennis, RFA soccer, Clinton field hockey and more


Oneida defeats J-D to win Class B girls tennis championship

The Oneida girls tennis team beat Jamesville-DeWitt 4-3 Thursday to win a Section III team title in Class B.

Lilly Gormley won her third singles match for Oneida.

The team also won three of four doubles matches. Winning for Oneida were the pairs of Julianna Caroli and Madelyn Barretta, Kaylee French and Kennedy Curro and Emily French and Claire Vaccaro.

Clinton field hockey shuts out Mustangs

The Clinton field hockey team defeated host Mount Markham 4-0 in the Center State Conference Thursday.

Gracen Grimm scored twice and had an assist. Also scoring were Elise Pape and Alia Graziadei. Gretchen Grimm, Lauren Rey and Sadie Davignon earned an assist each.

Clinton goalie Chloe White faced no shots on goal.

Moun Markham’s Hayley Lee had three saves.

Clinton is now 13-1 and played on the road against non-league opponent New Hartford Friday. Results were not available at press time.

Mount Markham hosted Sauquoit Valley in non-league play Friday. Results were not available at press time.

Mounties win on Stock’s goal

The Little Falls field hockey team got a 1-0 win on the road over Herkimer in the Center State Thursday.

Raegan Stock scored in the first quarter with an assist from Makena Tooley.

Olivia Brand had one save in goal for Little Falls.

Hannah Minguela made four saves in goal for the Magicians.

Little Falls plays at Baldwinsville at 1:30 p.m. Monday in non-league play.

Herkimer travels to Morrisville-Eaton for a league game at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Mirabelli nets two in RFA soccer win

Mia Mirabelli scored twice for the Rome Free Academy girls soccer team in a 3-1 win at home over Vernon-Verona-Sherrill in the Tri-Valley League Thursday.

Amelia Furbeck scored and had an assist for RFA. Arianna Petrelli and Ellyza Minicozzi had an assist each.

In net for RFA, Miranda McCormick stopped a dozen shots.

VVS’ goal was scored by Julia Carter. Grace Maranville stopped four shots in goal and Emma Dam made seven saves in split time.

RFA hosts Whitesboro at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the league.

VVS plays a road league game at Central Valley Academy at 10 a.m. today.

Luke scores twice in Warriors’ win

Paige Luke scored and assisted on Lydia DeTraglia’s goal in Clinton’s 3-1 girls soccer win at Cooperstown Thursday in non-league play.

DeTraglia also earned an assist on one of Luke’s goals.

Deanna Heintz made seven saves in goal to earn the win.

Cooperstown’s lone goal was scored by Sophia Hotaling. Brenna Seamon made 15 saves in goal.

Clinton hosted Canastota Friday in the Center State. Results were not available at press time.

Magicians get soccer win

The Herkimer girls soccer team won 5-1 at home over Utica Academy of Science Thursday in the Center State.

Herkimer’s goals were scored by Bunker, Allen, B. Bray, L. Bray and Carney. Marusic, Herringshaw, Allen, H. White and L. Bray each had an assist.

Voorhees made a save in goal for Herkimer to earn the win.

Statistics for UAS were not submitted.

Herkimer plays at Frankfort-Schuyler at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

UAS played at Adirondack Friday in the league. Results were not available at press time.

Rayhill gets hat trick in Spartans’ win

Anna Rayhill scored a hat trick in the New Hartford girls soccer team’s 6-0 win against Utica-Notre Dame in the TVL at home Thursday.

The win pushes the defending Class A state champs’ unbeaten streak to 50.

Willa Pratt scored and had two assists while Lindsay Ellis scored and had an assist. Meb Kolb also scored. Kate Noonan had two assists and Grace Serafin also had an assist.

In goal for the Spartans, Abby O’Connor made one save.

Vita Waters had 20 saves for the Jugglers.

New Hartford is now 12-0-1 (10-0 in the league) and hosts Fayetteville-Manlius in non-league play at 6 p.m. Monday.

Notre Dame played a TVL game at Camden Friday. Results were not available at press time.

Bulldogs shut out Wildcats

The Westmoreland/Oriskany boys soccer team beat Adirondack 6-0 Thursday on the road in the Center State.

Jack Tamburino scored twice and assisted on another score. Tyler Szarek had a goal and an assist. Also scoring a goal each were Riley Smith, Nathan Clough and Nick Hays. Anthony Sawanec had a pair of assists and Jesse Sweet had one.

David Cronauer made one save and Hays had two in split time.

Kaiden Bailey made 10 saves and Anthony Noti had three in split time in goal for Adirondack.

Westmoreland-Oriskany is now 11-2 and participates in the Town of Webb Columbus Day Tournament with a 5 p.m. game today against Town of Webb.

Adirondack is 1-10 and hosts Lowville at 6 p.m. today in non-league play.

Dutcher’s hat trick powers Whitesboro past Camden

Jesse Dutcher had a hat trick for Whitesboro in the Warriors’ 8-0 win at home in boys soccer over Camden in the TVL Thursday.

Joshua Gorgas and Mason Burge each had two goals and an assist. Evan Putnam scored and had three assists. Michael Olejarik, Daschel Smith and Matt Mues each had an assist.

Kaidan Fischer made five saves in goal to earn the shutout.

Camden statistics were not submitted.

Whitesboro ends its regular season hosting RFA at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

Camden plays at VVS in the league at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Frankfort-Schuyler crushes Sherburne-Earlville

The Frankfort-Schuyler boys soccer team won 7-1 at Sherburne-Earlville Thursday in the Center State.

Roman Harrod had two goals. Luke Harrod and Conner Grates had a goal and an assist each. Also scoring were Roman Kulev, Brayden Hall and Brandon Magana. Joseph Mathlin had an assist.

Braydon Matos made one save in goal to earn the win.

Garret Winton had the hosts’ lone goal. Teammate Owen Brown had 40 saves.

Frankfort plays at Herkimer at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the league.


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