Stuhlman scores five goals to power Whitesboro to win


Maria Stuhlman scored five times and had an assist to help the Whitesboro girls lacrosse team beat East Syracuse-Minoa 12-11 Tuesday at home in non-league play.

Gianna Parise, Brinley Ronan and Kaelyn Barry each had a pair of goals for Whitesboro. Jillian Davis also scored. Abi Dicks added an assist.

In net for the Warriors, Rebecca Thomas made six saves to earn the win.

ES-M, which fell to 0-2, got a hat trick from Maureen Paduano and two goals each from Rylyn Commisso, Mary Grace Godleski and Sara Stark

Arianna Reed made 18 saves in the loss.

Whitesboro improved to 1-1 on the season. The Warriors host Clinton at 6 p.m. today.

RFA girls lacrosse falls

Alyssa Nardslico scored four times and Alexandra Tapia and Drew Kopek each added two goals but the Rome Free Academy girls lacrosse team dropped a 13-9 decision at Central Square on Tuesday.

Danielle D’Aiuto also had a goal and Alana Iacovissi totaled four saves in goal for RFA, which also lost Saturday at Liverpool.

RFA hosts Colonie High School at 4:30 p.m. Friday at RFA Stadium.

HP softball earns win

The Holland Patent softball team scored nine runs in the sixth inning Tuesday and earned a 19-3 win over Mount Markham in the Center State Conference.

Holland Patent was helped by Terra McLaughlin, who was 3-for-3 with a home run and five runs. Emery Crossley added five runs and had a double, triple and a walk while going 3-for-3.

Hanna Rossi and Michaela Cushman each contributed a double, triple and a walk.

Rossi also totaled 13 strikeouts and allowed three hits and three walks in the circle.

Holland Patent (2-0) is scheduled to play at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Adirondack in the league.

CVA wins high scoring affair

The Central Valley Academy softball team scored 15 runs in a comeback win at home against Canajoharie Tuesday.

CVA led 4-3 after an inning but the visitors scored four in the third and three more in the fourth to take a 7-4 lead. But CVA responded with two in the fourth, two more in the fifth and then exploded for seven in the sixth.

Kaylee Beam got the win in the circle. Kirsten Hyney took the loss.

At the plate for CVA, Scout Ludwig had a single and home run with five runs batted in and two runs scored. Madison Obreza had a single and a homer, drove in two and scored two. Morgan Russo had a single, double and triple with three RBIs and two runs. Elanah Elthorp singled twice and drove in two. Bella Kleban singled and scored three times.

CVA improves to 1-1 and plays a Tri-Valley League game at 5 p.m. on April 19 at Camden.

HP tennis opens with a win

The Holland Patent boys tennis team defeated visiting Center State Conference foe Canastota to open its season Tuesday.

Glen Gaige, Jeffrey Dewar and Carter Williams all won singles matches for HP.

The Canastota first doubles pair of Bryson DeMott and Ken Relyea won and the HP second doubles pair of William Zimmerman and Sawyer Locke won their match.

HP has a league match against visiting Clinton at 4:30 p.m. on April 19.

Canastota travels to Little Falls at 4 p.m. on April 19 in the league.

Sauquoit Valley tennis tops visiting Clinton

The Sauquoit Valley boys tennis team topped visiting Center State foe Clinton for its seconds win of the season.

Bryan DeGironimo, Ruvim Petrushenko and Quincy Stayton each won singles matches for Sauquoit Valley.

Zachary Murphy and Lucian Thompson won first doubles for Sauquoit.

Dakota Fedor and Izzy Marcus earned a victory at second doubles for Clinton.

Sauquoit hosts Mount Markham at 4 p.m. on April 19.

Clinton travels to Holland Patent for a league match April 19.


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