Strong second half leads Westmoreland/Oriskany boys soccer to CSC win


The Westmoreland-Oriskany boys soccer team scored four second half goals en route to a 6-1 win over Holland Patent Monday at home in the Center State Conference.

Jesse Sweet scored twice and had two assists for the Bulldogs. Johann Bratge also scored twice. Tyler Crumb scored once and added an assist. Jack Tamburino also scored. Caleb Miller had two assists and Jack Tagliaferri had one.

Chris Carbone scored HP’s lone goal on an assist from Ethan Paladino.

In goal for Westmoreland, Dave Cronauer made eight saves and then Matt Doyle came in to make three of his own. Daniel Carhart had 13 saves for HP.

Westmoreland improved to 2-1 on the season. The team will travel to Canastota for a 7 p.m. start Wednesday in a league match.

Holland Patent is now 1-1. The Golden Knights host Little Falls at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the league.

Clinton gets two wins

The Clinton boys soccer team defeated General Brown 6-0 Saturday at home in a non-league contest, then topped Canastota 3-0 Monday on the road in the Center State Conference.

On Saturday, Sam Costanzo and Jack Devine each scored twice for the Warriors. Joey Frank and Henry Schweitzer added a goal each. Devine also had two assists. Bill Hart and Cooper Siddon had an assist each.

In goal for Clinton, Owen Saunders stopped the only shot he faced for the clean sheet.

On Monday, Devine, Aiden Wilcox and Talon Jones each scored. Devine also had an assist.

Saunders made five saves to earn a second clean sheet in three days.

Clinton is now 3-1 on the season. The Warriors host Sherburne-Earlville at 4:30 p.m. in a league contest.

RFA falls by a goal

The RFA boys soccer team fell 2-1 to East Syracuse-Minoa at home Saturday in a non-league match.

The teams played a scoreless first half. RFA’s lone goal was scored in the second half by Collin Gannon on an assist from Philip Pociecha.

Aidan Goodwin made nine saves in goal for RFA.

RFA falls to 1-2 on the season. The Black Knights will travel to Oneida for a TVL match at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 14.

One goal enough for RFA girls

Rebecca Redmond scored the game’s lone goal Saturday as the Rome Free Academy’s girls soccer team got a 1-0 road non-league win over Baldwinsville.

Danielle D’Aiuto assisted on the goal for RFA.

In goal for RFA, Miranda McCormick made 11 saves to earn the clean sheet. RFA improves to 2-3 on the season. The Black Knights will host Oneida at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, at RFA Stadium in a Tri-Valley League match.

Westmo soccer cruises to win

The Westmoreland girls soccer team got a 4-1 win over visiting Frankfort-Schuyler Saturday, with goals for four different players. It was a non-league match.

Samantha Dee scored and had an assist for the Bulldogs. Also scoring were Mia Lazzara, Victoria Downs and Ella McGregor. Brooke Frawley and Nya Marsh each earned an assist.

The Bulldogs travel to Cooperstown for a 4:30 p.m. start Tuesday, Sept. 14, in the Center State Conference.

Clinton gets shutout win in field hockey

The Clinton field hockey team beat Herkimer 3-0 on the road in a Center State Conference game Monday.

Scoring a goal each for the Warriors were Jenna Deep, Gracen Grimm and Gabrielle Gemelli.

Clinton hosts Holland Patent at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in a league game.

Halbritter scores twice to lead Camden

Paige Halbritter scored twice for Camden in a 3-0 win over Central Valley Academy Monday at home in the TVL.

Jadyn Prievo also scored for the Blue Devils. Madison Bird and Kassidy Gloude each earned an assist. Abby Henderson made two savesin goal to earn the shutout for Camden. The Blue Devils have a league game against host Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

RFA field hockey falls to B’Ville

The Rome Free Academy field hockey team lost 3-1 to Baldwinsville at home in a non-league game Saturday.

RFA’s lone goal was scored by Adriana Varano on an assist from Maggie Closinski.

Goalkeeper Jaylene Rodriguez made five saves in net for RFA. Alyssa Nardslico was credited with a defensive save as well.

RFA will host Central Valley Academy at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday at RFA Stadium in a TVL matchup.

Canastota routs NYM in field hockey

The Canastota field hockey team beat New York Mills 15-0 Monday at home in the Center State. Hailey Dimao led the way with four goals and an assist.

Chance Jaquin scored a hat trick and added an assist. Ella DiVeronica scored twice and assisted on four goals. Kory Matteson also scored twice and had an assist. Chloe Curtis scored and had an assist. Helen Shear and MacKenzie Snyder also scored a goal each.

The Raider travel to Sauquoit Valley for a league game at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

RFA tennis falls to Proctor

The Utica Proctor girls tennis team beat RFA 6-1 in Rome Monday in the TVL.

The lone win for RFA was the doubles pair of Alysa Jackson and Tailyn Frost. The Black Knights head to Utica Notre Dame for a 4:30 p.m. TVL match Wednesday.

Oneida blanks RFA in tennis

The Oneida girls tennis team shut out RFA 7-0 on the road in the TVL Saturday to stay unbeaten. Winning their singles matches for Oneida were Cara Campanie, Kaylin Curro and Julianna Caroli.

The victorious doubles pairs for Oneida were Mikah Albro and Hannah Myatt, Jenna George and Madelyn Harris, Mya Rainbow and Lilly Gormley and Ella McKay and Jimena Garcia-Rozado.

Oneida stays unbeaten

The Oneida girls tennis team remains unbeaten this season after a 7-0 win at home against VVS Monday in a TVL match.

Winning in singles for Oneida were Campanie, Curro and Caroli.

Winning in doubles for were the tandems of Albro and Myatt, George and Harris, Rainbow and Gormley and Madison Castle and Saige Meehan.

Oneida is now 5-0 on the season, 4-0 in the TVL. The team hosts Utica Proctor at 3:30 p.m. Friday in the league.

VVS was scheduled to host Clinton at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, in a non-league match.

Clinton wins at the net

The Clinton girls tennis team beat host Canastota 4-1 in a Center State Conference match Monday.

Winning singles players for Clinton were Maggie Bailey, Alayna Krom and Leah Borton. The Warriors also took a forfeit win in doubles.

Clinton was scheduled to play on the road against Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 4 p.m. today in a non-league match.

VVS Invitational held Friday

The VVS cross country teams opened their season with the VVS Invitational Friday.

The boys team finished fifth behind strong programs Fayetteville-Manlius, Baldwinsville, Liverpool and West Genesee.

Keegan Bauer started his senior season with a 12th place finish out of 474 runners. Killian Bauer was the top overall freshman finisher in the field — 31st.

The RFA girls team finished second behind Liverpool at the event. RFA’s Emily Toth-Ratazzi won the race in 18:43. Teammates Marlo Townsend and Kayleana VanDeusen were fifth and 11th, respectively.


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