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ROUNDUP: Spartans, Proctor, RFA, VVS, Sauquoit, 'Stota soccer

Posted 9/9/22

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ROUNDUP: Spartans, Proctor, RFA, VVS, Sauquoit, 'Stota soccer


The New Hartford girls soccer team scored all of its goals in the second half in a 5-0 win at home over Tri-Valley League foe Whitesboro Thursday. The win extends the defending Class A state champions’ win streak to 40.

Anna Rayhill scored twice, Willa Pratt also scored twice and Amanda Graziano also scored.

Savannah Cole stopped both shots she faced in goal for New Hartford to earn the shutout.

Whitesboro goalkeeper Megan Williams made six saves.

New Hartford, which improved to 2-0, will participate in this weekend’s New York State High School Girls Soccer Hall of Fame Tournament.

Whitesboro, 1-2, travels to league foe Central Valley Academy at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

RFA girls score 10 in win

The Rome Free Academy girls soccer team won 10-0 against visiting Utica Proctor on Thursday at RFA Stadium, with nine players scoring at least a goal each in the TVL match.

Amelia Furbeck scored twice for the Black Knights. Mia Mirabelli scored and two assists. Brooke Frawley and Brynn Furbeck each had a goal and assist. Also scoring a goal each were Mikayla McPheron, Arianna Petrelli, Brooke Egresits, Alexis Failing and Diane Morris. Antonia Schillaci had two assists. Earning an assist each were Ellyza Minicozzi and Danielle D’Aiuto.

McPheron and Miranda McCormick made a save each for RFA in split time in net.

Statistics for Proctor were not provided.

RFA hosts league foe Camden at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Proctor is at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the league.

Red Devils pile on the goals

The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill girls soccer team scored a 9-0 win at Utica-Notre Dame in the Tri-Valley League Thursday.

Laiken Kiser led the way with a hat trick and an assist. Sofia Sherwood and Julia Carter each had a pair of goals. Eva Croft and Anna Petersen had a goal and an assist each.

Emma Dam made one save in net for VVS.

Statistics for Notre Dame were not submitted.

VVS hosts Proctor at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the TVL.

Notre Dame will participate in the Tournament at Waterville Saturday.

Raiders blank RFA in boys soccer

The Utica Proctor boys soccer team broke a scoreless halftime tie with three second half goals to defeat RFA at home on Thursday in the TVL.

Siidahmed Somow tallied two goals for the Raiders and Ervin Ruznic added one as well. Alan Catic and Amir Halilovic had an assist each in the win.

Asim Gacic made 10 saves and Nidal made one to combine for a shut out.

RFA goaltender Matt McCormick made 16 saves.

Proctor, 3-1, hosts non-league opponent Watertown at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

RFA, now 2-2, will place a TVL game at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday at Camden.

Tamburino nets overtime winner for Bulldogs

Jack Tamburino scored 49 seconds into overtime to give the Westmoreland-Oriskany boys soccer team a 2-1 victory over host Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Thursday in a non-league contest.

Jesse Sweet of Westmoreland-Oriskany scored in the first half.

Teammates Anthony Sawanec and Dean Koenig earned assists in the game.

VVS’ Dan Merrill tied the game in the second half with an assist for Ryan Mumford.

David Cronauer made five saves in net to earn the win.

For VVS, Logan Fisher had three saves and Ryan Mitchell had two in split time.

The Bulldogs improved to 2-0 and host Frankfort-Schuyler at 1 p.m. today in non-league play.

VVS, now 2-2, will visit TVL opponent Central Valley Academy at 1 p.m. today.

Giuliano nets four goals in Sauquoit win

Sauquoit Valley soccer player Nicholas Giuliano scored all four of his team’s goals in a 4-1 win at Canastota Thursday in non-league play.

Aaron Johnson, Colin Jones and Lucian Thompson each tallied an assist in the win.

Alex Prichard made 10 saves in goal for Sauquoit to earn the win.

Canastota’s lone goal was scored by Raymond Debruque on an assist from Thomas Gloska.

Connor Russell made 13 saves for Canastota.

Sauquoit will play Center State Conference opponent Sherburne-Earlville on the road at 4:30 p.m. Monday.

Canastota will play host to Little Falls at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Center State.


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