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ROUNDUP: RFA and Camden cross country, field hockey, soccer, TVL

Posted 10/13/22

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ROUNDUP: RFA and Camden cross country, field hockey, soccer, TVL


The Rome Free Academy girls cross country team defeated Camden and Utica-Notre Dame at its home course Tuesday, with the Black Knights sweeping the top five spots.

RFA defeated Camden 15 to 48 and Notre Dame 15 to 50. Camden defeated Notre Dame 19 to 36.

Marlo Townsend of RFA won the race in 20:31. Teammates Julissa Luciano, Gianna Badolato, Shannen Calandra and Sofia Melone took second through fifth.

Camden’s Ivy Murphy was sixth. RFA’s Kayleana VanDeusen, Shavaia Parry and Fiona Carey were seventh, eighth and ninth, respectively. Gracie Guliano of Notre Dame rounded out the top 10.

Jerome Seidl of Camden won the boys race in 18:58.21. RFA runners took the next three spots: Carson Campbell in second, Ethan Baker in third and Grady Engelbert in fourth. The rest of the top 10 were (in order) Elijah Jackson of Camden, Jake Engelhart of Notre Dame, Karl vanHoesel of RFA, Ben Rogers of Camden, Andrew Guidera of Notre Dame and Connor Perrotta of Camden.

RFA beat Camden 24 to 31 and beat Notre Dame 18 to 41. Camden defeated Notre Dame 20 to 38.

Black Knights defeat Whitesboro in boys soccer

The Rome Free Academy boys soccer team went to Whitesboro and got a 3-1 Tri-Valley League win Tuesday.

Gavin Civitelli scored and had an assist for RFA. Raheem Taylor and Lucas Yanik also scored. Jack Rushton earned an assist.

Max Hilderbran stopped four shots in goal for RFA.

Whitesboro’s Denis Seferagic scored on an assist from Joshua Gorgas. Kaidan Fischer made nine saves in net for the Warriors.

RFA hosts New Hartford at 6:30 p.m. today in the TVL.

The game was the last for Whitesboro in the regular season.

VVS pulls away in soccer win

The host Vernon-Verona-Sherrill boys soccer team led 2-1 at the half but added two second half goals for a 4-1 TVL win over Camden Tuesday.

Justin Couture scored twice and had an assist for VVS. Dan Merrill scored and had an assist. Ryan Mumford also scored. Lincoln Pelc added an assist.

In net for the Red Devils, Logan Fisher stopped three shots for the win.

Billy Bernabe scored for Camden on an ssist from Avery Tompkins. Teammate Jack Chase made 15 stops in goal.

VVS ends its regular season hosting Oneida at 6:30 p.m. today in the TVL.

Camden played a league game at Central Valley Academy Wednesday. Results were not available at press time.

Raiders shut out Spartans

The Proctor boys soccer team got a 3-0 win over Tri-Valley League foe New Hartford Tuesday at home to end the Raiders’ regular season.

Andre Dischiavo, Siidahmed Somow and Alan Catic each scored in the win. Amir Halilovic had two assists and Ervin Ruznic had one.

Asim Gacic made 11 saves for the shutout.

New Hartford’s Chris Soriano had eight saves.

Proctor improves to 13-2 overall and 9-1 in the league.

New Hartford falls to 10-4-1 overall and 8-1 in the TVL. The Spartans end their regular season at TVL opponent RFA at 6:30 p.m. today.

Sherwood’s goal enough in 1-0 win for VVS

Sofia Sherwood tallied the game’s only goal in a 1-0 win for the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill soccer team’s Tri-Valley League win at Camden Tuesday.

Grace Maranville stopped three shots and Emma Dam stopped two in split time in the VVS goal.

Camden statistics were not submitted.

VVS plays its last regular season game at 4 p.m. Friday at Oneida in the league.

Camden hosts Central Valley Academy at 4:15 p.m. today in the league.

Martin scores twice in Poland soccer win

Lily Martin scored twice to help Poland to a 4-3 soccer win at Remsen Tuesday in the Center State Conference.

Maddison Haver scored and had an assist for Poland. Shelbi Hagues also scored. Logan Cookinham had two assits and Zyanna Irving-Summers had one.

Chloe Roark made two saves to earn the win.

Remsen’s Grace Shufelt scored twice and Julia Dening also scored. Imagin Aiken and Jaydin Corn had an assist each.

Aiken also made a dozen saves in net for Remsen.

Poland ends the regular season hosting Town of Webb at 6 p.m. today in the league.

Remsen hosts Waterville at 4:30 p.m. today in a non-league game to end its regular season.

Oriskany wins behind Rizzo’s two goals

Alivia Rizzo had two goals in Oriskany’s 4-1 soccer win at home over Town of Webb Tuesday on Senior Night in Center State play.

Leah Denison and Addison Fabbio scored a goal each. Juliet Tagliaferri had two assists.

Kaylee Burnop stopped 14 shots in goal to earn the win.

Statistics for Town of Webb were not submitted.

Oriskany ends its regular season with a non-league game at 11 a.m. Saturday.

Westmoreland shuts out Dolgeville

The Westmoreland girls soccer team defeated Center State foe Dolgeville 4-0 at home Tuesday.

Samantha Ferguson scored and also assisted on all three other goals. Victoria Downs, Ava Geglia and Ella McGregor also scored.

Emily Gubbins stopped all four shots she faced in goal for the Bulldogs.

Dolgeville’s Brooke Swartz made six saves and Kerisa Van Olst made five saves in split time.

Westmoreland hosts Clinton at 4:30 p.m. today in a non-league game.

Dolgeville played at Fort Plains in a non-conference game Wednesday. Results were not available at press time.

Lowville blanks Adirondack

Adirondack girls soccer only managed a single shot on goal in a 2-0 loss at home to Lowville Tuesday in a non-league matchup.

Mia Hanselman and Carli Freeman each scored and Jenna Weiler had an assist.

Jerika Myers stopped the lone shot she faced in goal for Lowville.

Morgan Hutchins stopped 23 shots in goal for the Wildcats.

Adirondack plays at 4 p.m. today at Beaver River in a non-league match.

Scialdo’s hat trick powers Frankfort-Schuyler to runaway win

Demi Scialdo scored three times to help the Frankfort-Schuyler girls soccer team to an 8-0 win over visiting Herkimer Tuesday in the Center State.

Ajla Ikeljic had two goals and two assists. Ava Wercznski had two goals and an assist. Madison Kelly scored and added two assists. Victoria Balio had an assist.

Angelina Tangorra stopped all nine shots she faced in goal for the win.

Statistics for Herkimer were not submitted.

Frankfort hosts Cooperstown at 5 p.m. today in a non-league game to end its regular season.

Herkimer hosts Little Falls at 6 p.m. today in the league.

HP holds onto early lead for field hockey win

The Holland Patent field hockey team led 4-0 at the half Wednesday and held on for a 6-3 win at VVS in the TVL.

Maggie Cummings and Madison Oliver each had a pair of goals and an assist for the Golden Knights. Abby Draper and Zoe Kelly scored once each. Machaela Cushman had a pair of assists and Alivia Alexander and Kirsten Lighthall had one each.

Maggie Koenig made one save in goal for the win.

Carmella Garcia scored twice and assisted on the goal by Natalie Herzog for the Red Devils. Meredith Guertin had an assist as well.

HP hosts Oneida at 4:30 p.m. Friday in the TVL.

VVS ends its regular season at Camden at 6 p.m. Friday in the league.


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