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ROUNDUP: Soccer, field hockey and cross country

Posted 9/22/22

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ROUNDUP: Soccer, field hockey and cross country


Szarek’s hat trick paces Westmoreland-Oriskany in soccer win

The Westmoreland-Oriskany boys soccer team shut out Adirondack 6-0 Tuesday, with Tyler Szarek’s hat trick accounting for half the goals in the Center State Conference match at home.

The Bulldogs scored three goals in the first half then three more after the break.

Jacob Usyk scored twice for the Bulldogs. Anthony Sawanec had the other goal. Jack Tamburino had three assists. Riley Smith had two. Nick Hays and Jack Tagliaferrri had an assist each.

David Cronauer had a save and Hays had two saves in split time in goal for Westmoreland-Oriskany.

Adirondack goalie statistics were not available.

Westmoreland-Oriskany is now 6-1, and plays at Clinton at 4:30 p.m. today in the league.

Adirondack, 1-6, plays at Canastota tonight at 7 in the league.

Raiders win big behind Somow’s hat trick

The Utica Proctor boys soccer team defeated Holland Patent 9-0 at home Tuesday in the Tri-Valley League. Siidahmed Somow scored three goals and teammate Amir Halilovic had two goals and three assists.

Weya Myint had a goal and an assist. Andrew Dischiavo, La Eh Soe and Hussein Abukar had a goal each. Abdi Mohamed collected a pair of assists. Abdukadir Mohamed, Sharif Ali and Alan Catic had an assist each.

The Raiders built a 6-0 halftime advantage.

Proctor’s Asim Gacic had one save and Nadil Ramic had five in split time.

Holland Patent’s Andrew Stanley had four saves and Joseph McChesney made 10 saves in split time.

Proctor plays a league game at Whitesboro today at 4:30 p.m.

HP hosts Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in league play.

Spartans cruise past CVA

The New Hartford boys soccer team beat Central Valley Academy 4-0 in the TVL Tuesday at home.

Scoring for the Spartans were Pepe Aragon, Ashton Giambrone, Aly Radwan and Chase Giambrone. Noah Partenza had an assist.

Chris Suriano made two saves for the shutout.

Statistics for CVA were not submitted.

New Hartford hosts RFA at 6 p.m. today in the league.

CVA plays a league game at Camden at 4:15 p.m. today.

Mt. Markham tops Sauquoit

The Mount Markham boys soccer team got a 2-0 win against host Sauquoit Valley Tuesday in the Center State Conference.

Ryan Denton and Arjay Piersma scored for the Mustangs. Will Lunny had an assist.

In goal, Nate Pcola had three saves to earn the shutout.

Alex Prichard made 15 saves for the hosts.

Sauquoit hosts Cooperstown at 7 tonight in the league.

RFA soccer shuts out ND

The Rome Free Academy girls soccer team defeated host Utica-Notre Dame 10-0 Tuesday in the TVL.

RFA statistics were not submitted.

Jugglers’ goalkeeper Vita Waters had 15 saves in the game.

RFA hosts New Hartford in the league at 4:15 p.m. today.

Notre Dame hosts Holland Patent at 4:15 p.m. today in the league.

Spartans soccer continues unbeaten streak

The New Hartford girls soccer team’s unbeaten streak is now 45 games after the team’s 3-0 win at CVA Tuesday in the Tri-Valley.

The Spartans scored all their goals in the first half. Biddue Clive, Alex Volo and Anna Rayhill each tallied for the Spartans. Sophia and Talia Vitullo had an assist each.

Savannah Cole made three saves in net for New Hartford.

CVA did not submit statistics.

The defending Class A state champions improve to 7-0-1 overall and 6-0 in the TVL. The team travels to RFA for a 4:15 p.m. game today in the league.

CVA hosts Camden at 4:30 p.m. today in the league.

Red Devils blank CVA

The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill field hockey team defeated visiting Central Valley Academy 3-0 Tuesday in the TVL.

The Red Devils scored all three goals in the second quarter.

Carmella Garcia scored and had an assist. Also scoring a goal each were Meredith Guertin and Grace Croft.

CVA goalkeeper Morgan Russo made 11 saves.

VVS hosted Oneida Wednesday. Results were not available at press time. CVA played at New Hartford Wednesday. Results were not available at press time.

Herkimer blanked in field hockey

The Herkimer field hockey team dropped a 1-0 game to Morrisville-Eaton in the Center State Tuesday at home.

Julie Tomcho scored for Morrisville in the second quarter with an assist from Addison Shantel.

Irene Richardson had two saves in goal for Morrisville.

Hannah Minguela made five saves for the Magicians, who visit Mount Markham at 4:30 p.m. Monday.

HP hosts cross country event

Holland Patent hosted a cross country meet Tuesday, with the Whitesboro girls and VVS boys putting up top results.

In the girls race, Whitesboro outscored VVS 24 to 33, defeated Camden 15 to 50 and put up 15 points against and incomplete result by HP. VVS topped Camden 19 to 26.

The girls race winner was Lacey Simmons of VVS in 22:33. The rest of the top 10 were Catherine Manna of Whitesboro, Maria Stuhlman of Whitesboro, Natalie Hurd of VVS, Courtney Robinson of Whitesboro, Emily Lamore of Whitesboro, VVS’ Kasadee Leonardo and Whitesboro’s Averie Wengert, Kathryn Bauer and Maria Liuzzi.

For the boys, VVS defeated HP 18 to 27, beat out CAmden 18 to 39 and outraced Whitesboro 22 to 33. Whitesboro beat out HP 22 to 36 and Camden 23 to 26. HP beat out Camden 25 to 34.

The boys race winner was Killian Bauer of VVS in 18:57. The rest of the top 10 were Seth Stevens of Whitesboro, Ben Bellinger of VVS, Nathan Geroux of VVS, Andrew Kanclerz of HP, Connor Perrotta of Camden, Justin DiGiorgio of Whitesboro, VVS’ Rowan Planck, David Mathewson of HP and Elijah Jackson of Camden.

RFA’s Townsend wins cross country race

The RFA boys and girls cross country teams posted big performances at the cross country race hosted by Oneida Tuesday. Marlo Townsend won the girls race for RFA and Carson Campbell was second for the Black Knights in the boys race.

Townsend’s top time was 20:51. Her teammates’ finishes were: Julissa Luciano in third, Gianna Badolato in fifth, Shannen Calandra in sixth, Sofia Melone in eighth, Shavaia Parry in 12th and Caitlin Platis in 15th.

RFA topped Oneida 20 to 37 and beat out CVA 18 to 41.

For the boys, RFA beat Oneida 21 to 38 and beat CVA 16 to 43. Oneida was one point better than CVA head to head, 28 to 29.

Tyson Fuller of Oneida won in 18:19. RFA’s other finishers after Campbell were: Karl vanHoesel in third, Ethan Baker in fourth, Grady Engelbert in fifth, Nick Toth - Ratazzi in eighth, Luke Pelton in 12th and Jonathyn Langone in 13th.

NH, ND and Proctor compete in cross country

Nico Tidmore of Proctor won the cross country meet between three TVL schools Tuesday. New Hartford and Utica-Notre Dame also competed in the race hosted by Proctor.

Tidmore, a senior, ran the 3.1-mile race in 18:12.6 minutes.

The rest of the top 10 was: Owen Sweet of Proctor; Notre Dame’s Jake Englehart; Jordan Palmer, Jake Rockford, Hassan Abdelwahed and Jake Dembrow of New Hartford; Thomas Destefano of Notre Dame; David Daley of New Hartford; and Eric Carville of Notre Dame.

New Hartford defeated Proctor 25 to 36. Notre Dame outpointed Proctor 25 to 30. New Hartford beat Notre Dame 21 to 38.


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