Hamil­ton boys soc­cer beats Owen D. Young; Camden’s McPheron gets 200th win

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Tues­day’s Re­sults Girls Soc­cer

SHER­BURNE- EAR­LVILLE 4, CANAS­TOTA 3 » Canas­tota scored three goals in the sec­ond half of Mon­day’s con­test against Sher­burne-Ear­lville, but it was not enough as the S-E tal­lied four goals , two from Ade­line Trass, for the win. Girls Ten­nis CLIN­TON 3, CANAS­TOTA 2 » Kacey Cashel won in sin­gles play and Lo­gan Hood teamed with Skyler Don­ley to de­feat Clin­ton’s Mar­garet Jones and Made­line Wal­ters, but it was not enough as Canas­tota nar­rowly lost to Clin­ton on Tues­day. Boys Soc­cer HAMILTON5, OWEND. YOUNG 1» Hamil­ton cruised to vic­tory over Owen D. Young on Tues­day. Erik Geier and Spencer Thomas each scored two goals apiece to lead the Emer­ald Knights to a con­vinc­ing 5-1 win at

Owen D. Young.

CHITTENANGO 3, TULLY 0 »

Sean Lars­son scored twice to lead Chittenango to vic­tory over vis­it­ing Tully. An­thony Roberts also scored for the hosts and Noah Sch­nauf­fer recorded five saves in the shutout. Boys Cross Coun­try VER­NON-VERONA-SHER­RILL 15, CEN­TRAL VAL­LEY ACADEMY 50, NOTRE DAME 50 » The Ver­non-Verona-Sher­rill boys cross coun­try team posted an im­pres­sive trimeet vic­tory at Proc­tor Park on a hot, hu­mid day. Red Devil Owen Walker posted the fastest time, lead­ing all run­ners with an 18:01. Team­mate Owen Rose was not far be­hind, clock­ing in at 18:11. Spencer Walker, Trevor Kline, and An­drew Wright rounded out the top five and VVS run­ners found their way to the fastest ten times on the day.

Mon­day’s Re­sults Girls Soc­cer

WATERVILLE 1, MORRISVILLE-EA­TON/HAMIL­TON 0 » Af­ter play­ing to a draw in reg­u­lar time, Morrisville-Ea­ton/Hamil­ton fell to a goal by Waterville’s Lexy John­son in over­time. Rachel Scoones made 19 saves in the win­ning ef­fort for Waterville, while coun­ter­part Lau­ren Ro­driguez posted eight saves for the visi­tors. PROC­TOR 2, CAMDEN 1 » Emma Hilts’ lone goal was not enough for the Blue Devils on Mon­day. Ni­cole Casab and Emina Mu­mi­novic each scored for host­ing Proc­tor as Camden fell by a tally of 2-1. Girls Ten­nis MAN­LIUS PEBBLE HILL 5, CHITTENANGO2 » Two Chittenango duos picked up wins in match play, but the Bears fell to vis­it­ing Man­lius Pebble Hill. Co­ralee Everett and Shan­non Koegel downed aMPH pair of Louisa Mor­row and Lily Gre­nis while a tan­dem of Mor­ganShae Gon­deck and Na­dia Can­nis­tra took down MPH’s Genevieve Mor­row & Re­becca Church. CAZENOVIA7, HOMER0 » The Lak­ers were strong at home on Mon­day as they took care of Homer. Cazenovia swept sin­gles and dou­bles play to post an­other shutout. WESTMORELAND 5, CANASTOTA0 » Canas­tota’s Crys­tal Van Or nam bat­tled West more­land’s Alexan­dra Golden to a 10-8 out­come on Mon­day, but that was the clos­est match of the evening as the Raider’s fell on the road. Field Hockey CAMDEN11, ONEIDA0 » Macken­zie Mix led the way for Camden with three goals and an as­sist as the Blue Devils earned coach Shan­non McPheron her 200th ca­reer vic­tory. The Blue Devils im­prove to 7-3 on the sea­son fol­low­ing the 11-0 shutout of Oneida on Mon­day. Boys Golf MEX­ICO 224, CHITTENANGO 231 » Tyrus Kelly shot a match low 40, but Mex­ico edged Chittenango by six strokes at Rogues’ Roost. Cole Dunk­ley, 46, and Bradley Ran­dall, 47, fin­ished sec­ond and third for the Bears be­hind Kelly.

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