Weydig, Evans propel VVS to golf wins
Tuesday Results Softball
ONEIDA 14, CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY0 » Oneida struck early and often in Tuesday’s TVL clash with Central Valley Academy, plating runs in each of the first three innings en route to a 14-0 shutout. Lauren Skibitski batted 4-of-5 with four singles and four RBI, and Kyra Shlotzhauer drove in five runs on 5-of-5 hitting with a double and triple. Shlotzhauer was equally impressive from the circle, fanning seven CVA batters in seven innings of two-hit ball.
ONEIDA 14, CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 0
at Oneida CVA 000 000 00-2-3 On 631 001 314-19-1
Pitching: Shlotzhauer (W), Jill Lindig (L)
2B: Shlotzhauer, Courtney Schneider
Records: Oneida 11-0, 17-2; CVA 0-12, 0-15.
BROOKFIELD 9, MADISON 8 » Madison dropped a game to Brookfield in heart-breaking fashion on Tuesday, surrendering four runs in the bottom of seventh to watch the Beavers walk-off with the win. Kayla Usborne plated a pair of runs for Madison in the defeat, while Jaiden Baker was hit with the loss for the Blue Devils.
BROOKFIELD 9, MADISON 8
at Brookfield Mad 130 111 18-6-X Bfield 011 300 49-9-X 2B: Kyleigh Carroll (Mad), Kyleigh Warner (Bfield) 3B: ChaleeWratten (Bfield), Courtney Townsend (Bfield) Records: Madison 4-5, 5-7; Brookfield 6-1, 8-3.
BROOKFIELD 6, MADISON 5 » TheMadison BlueDevils suffered a walk-off defeat at the hands of Brookfield on Tuesday. Madison led 5-4 entering the final frame of play, but Brookfield plated two runs in the bottom of the seventh for the win. Dawson Eckrichwas hit with the loss for Madison on the mound. Tim Strain finished the day 2-for-4 fromthe plate to pace the Blue Devils in the loss.
BROOKFIELD 6, MADISON 5
at Brookfield Mad 202 001 0 5-4-1 Bfield 021 010 2 6-10-2
Pitching: King (W); Eckrich (L) 2B: Bugbee (Bfield), Elliot 2 (Bfield), Farber (Bfield)
3B: VanNort (Bfield)
ONEIDA 229, CAMDEN 248 » Justin Holmes shot amatchlow 42 to lift Oneida over Camden on Tuesday.
ONEIDA 229, CAMDEN 248
Camden (4-6): Colin Ross 45
Oneida (6-4): Justin Holmes 42
Monday Results Boys Lacrosse
SOUTH JEFFERSON 9, VERNON-VERONA-SHERRILL 8 » Though leading South Jefferson 6-3 at the halftime intermission, the VVS Devils were unable to fend off a second half rally, allowing the visitors to tie the contest at 8-8 to force overtime. After a scoreless first overtime period, South Jefferson broke throughfor a goal and thewin in the second free period. VVS - J. Smith 0-2, T. Decker 2-0, B Marchand 3-2, A. Oliver 2-0, R. Geiss 1-0, S. Eberly 0-1. Saves - J. Cumber 6. South Jeff - Z.. Widrick 2-1, D. Barazek 0-1, A. Mesler 2-1, J. Wordan 2-0, S. Tiberend 1-0, C. Pooler 0-1, J. Kealy 1-0, S. Deleel 1-0. Saves - T. Williams 7.
MADISON 9, MCGRAW 1 » Gavin Helmke’s strong performance on the mound helped Madison to a 9-1 win over McGraw on Monday. Helmke yielded one run on three hits and struck out eight to lift Madison to the win. Colton Stone and Eammon Shields each drove in a pair of runs and doubled for Madison in the win. Teammate Ethan Snyder finished with a 3-for-3 performance, including a triple.
MADISON 9, MCGRAW1
at McGraw Mad 001 025 19-13-1 McGraw 001 000 01-3-3 Pitching: Helmke (W); BrendanMay (L), Jaycob White (5), Chris Pickert (5), Matt Leviski (6), Tyler Card (7) 2B: Colton Stone (Mad), Alex Cotter (Mad), Spencer Haviland (Mad), Eamon Shields (Mad)
3B: Ethan Snyder (Mad)
Records: Madison 6-4, 7-5; 2-4, 2-4
ONEIDA 8, CAMDEN 0 » Already guaranteed a portion of the TVL Pioneer title with a 9-0 record in league play heading into Monday’s matchup against Camden, Oneida took down the Blue Devils 8-0 for the outright title. In a near mirror image of her performance in a Friday win over the Blue Devils, Oneida pitcher Kyra Shlotzhauer tossed seven innings, allowing three hits and striking out four in the shutout effort. Reilly White added a pair of RBI for Oneida in the win and Briana Laureti finished 2-for-4 with an RBI. Laura VanHoeven was hit with the loss for Camden.
ONEIDA 8, CAMDEN 0
at Oneida Cam 000 000 0 0-3-2 On 040 013 - 8-12-2
Pitching: Shlotzhauer (W); VanHoeven (L)
2B: Lauren Skibitski (O), Shlotzhauer (O)
Records: Oneida 10-0, 16-2; Camden 6-4 CLINTON 16, STOCKBRIDGE VALLEY 2 » Errors were the undoing of Stockbridge Valley on Monday against Clinton. Stockbridge committed 12 errors in a lopsided 16-2 loss to Clinton.
CLINTON 16, STOCKBRIDGE VALLEY 2
at Clinton SV 001 001 0 2-10-12 Clin 361 123 X 16-11-0
3B: Trunfio (C) Pitching: King (W); Alaina Beane (L), Abby Reed (6) and Jill Jacobs
Records: SV 9-0, 10-2; Clinton 5-8, 6-10
HOLLAND PATENT 15, CANAS
TOTA0 » Reigan Lewis scattered four hits across five and two-thirds inningswhile striking out six in a 15-0 Holland Patent win over Can astota. Taylor Kutzu ba finished Mondaywith two hits for Canastota in the loss.
HOLLAND PATENT 15, CANASTOTA 0
at Canastota HP 113 021 715-11-0 Can 000 000 00-5-3 Pitching: Reigan Lines (W), Cassidy Kotary (5); Kacey Cashel (L), Hayley Patane (6) 2B: Makenna Reinold (HP), Skylar Kaelin (HP), Anna Healey (HP) 3B: Victoria Spoon 2 (HP), Anna Healey (HP)
Records: HP 9-2, 12-3; Canastota 4-15, 2-13 CHITTENANGO 7, WESTMORELAND 5 » Chittenango plated six runs in the bottom of the fifth to complete a come-from-behind win against Westmoreland. ShaylaMuncy went 2-of-3 for the Bears at the plate, driving in a pair of runs, while CassidyKelly earned thewin fromthe circle in a 10-strikeout, four earned run perfor- MADISON 28, MCGRAW 27 » Madisonwatched a 17-0 lead over McGraw quickly evaporate onMonday, but the Blue Devils rallied for a sevenrun seventh inning to retake the lead before McGraw put five runs across in the bottomhalf of the final frame to force extras. In extras, CheyenneBumpus’ BlueDevil side scored three runs in the top of the eighth and then withstood one finalMcGraw rally to hold on for a 28-27 win in a tumultuous affair. Eighth grader Stephanie Dodge earned her first careerwin at the varsity level for Madison.
MADISON 28, MCGRAW27
at McGraw Mad 5 12 0 107 03 - 28 McGraw 0 13 2 505 02 - 27
Pitching: Dodge (W)
2B: Usborne (Mad), Carroll (Mad) Records: Madison 4-4, 5-6; McGraw 0-5, 0-5 mance.
CHITTENANGO 7, WESTMORELAND 5
at Chittenango Pitching: Cassidy Kelly (W), Gabriella Ricci (L) 2B: Makayla Pepe (Westmo), Avree Selce (Chitt), Sydney Pellman (Chitt), Shayla Muncy (Chitt) Records: Chittenango 1-5, 3-5; Westmoreland 4-5, 5-8
TULLY 18, CHITTENANGO 3 » Chittenango trailed Tully by just threegoals at thehalftime inter mission of Monday’ s girls lacrosse OHSL clash. Then, Tully outscored theBears 12-0 in the second half of play to close out the 18-3 win. Tully (6-7, 5-5): E. Byrne 1-0, J. Dietz 1-1, K. Moncada 1-0, G. Swan 1-0, G. Doody 1-0, J. Dillenbeck 3-1, A. Carr 4-0, B. Malchak 1-1, G. Guy 5-5. Saves - S. McNerney 3, A. Quinn 0 Saves. Chittenango (0-10, 1-13): J. Pynn 2-0, T. Glazier 1-1. Saves - H. Watt 10. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY 17, CAZENOVIA6 » Grace Hulsander buried six goals to power CBA to a double-digit win over Cazenovia onMonday. MikayleeWhalen paced the Lakers with three goals in the defeat. CHRISTIAN CAZENOVIA BROTHERS 6 ACADEMY 17,
at Cazenovia CBA: C. Jeschke: 1-2, A. Ziemba 3-1, T. Kohlbrenner 1-1, G. Hulslander 6-0, R. Taylor 1-0, M. Reith 0-1, G. Anthony 2-0, O. Penoyer 3-0. Saves - I. Vinal 5, Q. Kenny 3. Cazenovia: Laura Connor 1-0, Grace Rajkowski 1-0, Mikaylee Whalen 3-1, Chloe Willard 1-1. Saves - Laura Lorraine 5.
VERNON- VERONA-SHE RR ILL252, CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY took home medalist honors in a 275» Phoenix Weydig 23- stroke V VS win over Central Valley Academy onMonday.
VVS(6-3): PhoenixWeydig 44 CVA(2-7): ShivamPatel 47, Jahrett Clapper 47
ONEIDA 242, CAMDEN 259 » Mike Hood’s match-low 43 helped pushed Oneida past Camden by 17 strokes on Monday.
Oneida (5-4): Mike Hood 43
Camden (4-5): Greg Lyon 51
TOTA 249 » New York Mills outpaced Can as tot a in a 209249win courtesy of amatchlow 43 from Jaydon Dietz.
New YorkMills: Jaydon Dietz 43
Canastota: Corey Evans 54
VERNON-VERONA-SHERRILL 214, CAMDEN 236, PROCTOR 241 » The VVS girls golf team improved its record to 9-5 in the TVLwithwins overCamden and Proctor Monday at Eagle Hills Golf Club. Comedalists for the tri-match were Olivia Evans (VVS) and Danielle Carigini (Camden) with 45.
VERNON-VERONA-SHERRILL 214, CAMDEN