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ROUNDUP: RFA, Oneida; HP, Spartans field hockey; West Canada Valley swimming and more

Posted 9/21/22

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ROUNDUP: RFA, Oneida; HP, Spartans field hockey; West Canada Valley swimming and more

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The Rome Free Academy field hockey team defeated Oneida at home 7-0 Monday in a Tri-Valley League contest.

The Black Knights scored twice in the first quarter and led 4-0 at the half.

Drew Kopek scored twice and assisted on two other goals. Isibeal McMahon scored twice as well.

Alyssa Nardslico and Cara Mecca had a goal and an assist each. Dani Kopek also scored. Fiona McMahon contributed an assist.

RFA’s Jillian Buczkowski stopped the only shot she faced.

Oneida goalkeeper Bethany Honness had six saves.

RFA improves to 4-2 and will play a league game at Whitesboro at 6 tonight.

Oneida visits Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 7:30 tonight in the TVL.

Stalker’s hat trick part of HP’s overwhelming win

Izzy Stalker scored three times in Holland Patent field hockey’s 10-0 road win over Whitesboro in TVL action Monday.

Madison Oliver scored twice and had two assists. Michaela Cushman also scored twice. Nadia Foley, Alivia Alexander and Holly Brown scored a goal each. Terra McLaughlin had an assist.

Isabella Irizarry had 20 saves for Whitesboro.

HP, now 3-3, hosts Camden at 4:30 p.m. today in the league.

Whitesboro, 1-7, hosts RFA at 6 p.m. today in the league.

Greico scores twice in Spartans’ win

Ella Greico’s two goals powered the New Hartford field hockey team to a 3-0 win at home over TVL for Camden Monday.

Sienna Holmes scored the hosts’ other goal.

In goal for New Hartford, Emilee Clarey stopped the lone shot she faced.

Statistics for Camden were not submitted.

New Hartford hosts Central Valley Academy today at 5:30 p.m. in the league.

Camden plays at Holland Patent in the TVL at 4:30 p.m.

Grabowski breaks own school record in pool

Analyce Grabowski, a sophomore at West Canada Valley, broke her own school record that she set on Friday with a one-meter diving score of 202.80 Tuesday against host Proctor.

Proctor’s Deandre Frazier broke a 23-year-old record in the diving with a score of 201.45.

West Canada (2-3) swam to a 74-67 road win against Proctor (0-5).

West Canada hosts Whitesboro in the Center State at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27.

Proctor travels to Cooperstown for a league matchup at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

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