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