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ROUNDUP: RFA sweeps Proctor in girls volleyball; Clinton girls skate to win

Posted 12/7/22

The Rome Free Academy girls volleyball team got three-set sweep against visiting Thomas R. Proctor Monday in the Tri-Valley League.

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ROUNDUP: RFA sweeps Proctor in girls volleyball; Clinton girls skate to win


The Rome Free Academy girls volleyball team got three-set sweep against visiting Thomas R. Proctor Monday in the Tri-Valley League.

The Black Knights won the first set 25-7 then eked out a 25-23 win before closing out the victory with a 25-14 set win.

Elizabeth Hanba had 11 kills and nine digs for RFA. Jenavieve Cianfrocco had 11 digs. Thylia Keoviengsamay had 19 assists, four aces, three digs and a pair of kills.

For the Raiders, Ebby Sha had five assists and a pair of kills.

RFA plays next at 10 a.m. Saturday at Camden in the league.

Proctor hosts New Hartford at 7 p.m. Thursday in the league.

Whitesboro comes back for volleyball win

Trailed two sets to one, the Whitesboro girls volleyball team won sets four and five for a comeback win at home over New Hartford in the TVL Monday.

The Warriors won the opening set 26-24 but the Spartans took the next two 25-18 and 25-14. But the Warriors rallied to win sets 25-7 and 15-11 to win the match.

Tessa Nash had 25 assists, six kills, three aces and three digs in the win. Kylee Decarr had a dozen kills, seven digs and three aces. Riley Collis had seven kills, five assists, four aces, four blocks and four digs.

New Hartford’s Elise Courto had 16 kills, 18 digs, three aces adn two blocks. Makenzie Desmarais had 14 kills, 15 digs and eight aces. Micaela Magno had 26 digs. Abby O’Connor had 27 assists, 16 digs and three aces.

Whitesboro (3-0) travels to East Syracuse-Minoa for a league match at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

New Hartford plays at Proctor at 7 p.m. Thursday in the TVL.

Oneida shuts out Holland Patent in volleyball

The Oneida girls volleyball team swept past visiting Holland Patent Monday.

Oneida won sets 25-20, 25-15 and 25-10.

Ella McKay had 22 assists, two digs and two kills for Oneida. Katie Kinney had eight kills, five aces and three digs. Saige Meehan had six kills, four aces, three digs and two blocks.

For HP, Emily PAladino had eight digs and two kills. Brianna Mullins had seven digs.

Oneida will participate in a tournament at South Lewis Saturday starting at 10 a.m.

HP hosts Central Valley Academy at 7 p.m. Thursday.

NY Mills volleyball wins in three sets

The New York Mills girls volleyball took all three sets at home against Frankfort-Schuyler Monday.

The Marauders won sets 25-14, 25-18 and 25-22.

Statistics for New York Mills were not submitted.

For Frankfort, Carolyn Roser had four aces and two digs.

New York Mills plays at Waterville at 7 tonight.

Frankfort hosts Little Falls at 7 p.m. Friday in the Center State Conference.

Gladle powers Camden to volleyball win

Hailey Gladle had 16 kills in Camden’s 3-1 win over visiting Pulaski in girls volleyball Monday.

Gladle also has six digs and five aces. Julia Holmes had 17 assists, eight digs and a pair of aces. Leah Runion had 18 digs.

Pulaski statistics were not submitted.

Camden (1-1) plays at TVL opponent Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

Dolgeville ekes out a win over Westmo

The Dogleville girls volleyball team needed a comeback effort to beat visiting Westmoreland Monday.

The Blue Devils won the first two sets 25-23 and 25-22. The Bulldogs then won sets 25-20 and 25-19. Dolgeville won the final set 15-7 to win the match.

Bailee Serianni had 10 assists and two kills for Westmoreland. Tessie Shafer had four kills and six assists. Ava Geglia had five kills and five aces.

Statistics for Dolgeville were not submitted.

Dolgeville plays next at 7 p.m. Friday at Canastota.

Westmoreland plays at Canastota at 6:30 tonight.

HP leads from start to finish

The Holland Patent girls basketball team never trailed in a 32-24 win at home over Camden Monday in the TVL.

Holland Patent led 18-8 at the half.

Jill Enk led HP with a dozen points and grabbed two rebounds. Emily Carlson had eight points, eight boards and a pair of steals.

Camryn Shenk led Camden with eight points.

HP (2-0) will host RFA at 7 p.m. Friday in the league.

Camden hosts New Hartford at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the TVL.

Comstock gets double-double in Dolgeville win

Kamryn Comstock scored 15 and grabbed 18 rebounds to help the Dolgeville boys basketball team to a 73-34 win over visiting Oriskany Monday.

Michael Blaskey led the Blue Devils with 20 points in the win. He had five assists and four teals as well. In addition to the double-double, Comstock also had four assists, four blocks and two steals.

The hosts led 42-21 at the break.

Statistics for Oriskany were not submitted.

Dolgeville (2-0) plays at Canastota at 7 p.m. Friday.

Oriskany (1-1) plays at New York Mills at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Double-double for Lynch in Mt. Markham win

Bryce Lynch scored 13 and had 11 rebounds in Mount Markham’s 83-23 road win over Adirondack Monday.

Lynch also had three steals and a pair of assists. Gio Barletta led the team with 20 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had two steals. Will Lunny scored 12, Kevin Gates aded 11 points and Jake Senko contributed 10 points.

The Mustangs led 39-10 at the break and scored 31 in the third.

Maxim Weiler led the Wildcats with six points.

Mount Markham (1-1) hosts Waterville at 7 p.m Thursday.

Adirondack hosts Herkimer at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Clinton girls skate to win

Drew Kopek’s second period goal proved to be the game winner in the Clinton girls ice hockey team’s 2-1 win at home over Canton Monday at the Nexus Center in Utica in non-league action.

Warriors goaltender Casey Clausen made 18 saves.

Kelsey Fuller had the Warriors’ first goal. Leola Johnson, Abigail Dicks and Mackinley Ronan and Kopek all had assists in the win.

Statistics for Canton were not submitted.

Clinton (3-1) next plays at 8:15 p.m. Friday on the road against Niagara Wheatfield at Cornerstone CFCU Arena in Lockport in a non-league contest.

Camden wins Lucky Shots Bowling tourney

The Camden boys bowling team won the Lucky Shots Bowling Tournament on Saturday in Camden. The tourney was a Baker system event, which is mostly used on the college level. Camden finished first with 2,673 points, followed by RFA, second with 2,435; Fayetteville-Manlius, third with 2,426; Newark, fourth with 2,346; Cicero-North Syracuse, fifth with 2,334; Liverpool, sixth with 2,259; Cooperstown, seventh with 1,908 and Chittenango, eight with 1,835.


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