Cam­den field hockey keeps rolling

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Tues­day Re­sults

Girls Soc­cer

MADISON2, OTSELIC VAL­LEY 1 >> Madi­son picked up its fourth straight win on Tues­day, tak­ing down Otselic Val­ley 2-1. It was the Jo(u)rdan show for the Blue Dev­ils in the vic­tory as both Jr­dan Mayne and Jourdan Hum­mer scored to pace Madi­son in the win. CEN­TRAL VAL­LEY ACADEMY 5, ONEIDA1 >> Roughly a week re­moved from notch­ing her 100th ca­reer goal, Cen­tral Val­ley Academy’s Reilly Rich added three more tal­lies to her ca­reer to­tal in a 5-1 CVA win over Oneida. VER­NON-VERONA-SHER­RILL 4, CAMDEN1>> Anna Rossi put away a pair of goals to lead VVS to a 4-1 win over Cam­den. Alexa and Laiken Kiser joined Rossi in the scor­ing col­umn for VVS, post­ing one goal each. Ais­lyn Rose tal­lied Cam­den’s lone score.

Field Hockey

CAMDEN10, WHITESBORO0>> Cam­den won its ninth straight Tri-Val­ley League con­test on Tues­day, clob- ber­ing Whites­boro 100. Abby Walker and Delaney Al­berico posted hat tricks, while team­mates Luly Sul­li­van and Ariel Cro­niser added two goals each. Macken­zie Mix col­lected five as­sists for the Blue Dev­ils.

Boys Soc­cer

CAMDEN2, VER­NON-VERONA-SHER­RILL 1 >> Cam­den won the bat­tle of the Dev­ils on Tues­day, tak­ing down VVS 2-1 in dou­ble over­time. Parker Scholl and Ethan Gerow each found the back of the net for Cam­den in the win, while VVS was paced by a Sam Don­nelly score. WESTHILL 1, CHIT­TE­NANGO 0>> Bo Ben Ye­huda’s first half goal was all the dif­fer­ence in Westhill’s 1-0 win over Chit­te­nango. Mon­day.

Boys Cross Coun­try

VVS 28, CAMDEN29; VVS 17, ONEIDA46; CAMDEN17, ONEIDA45>> Ver­non-Verona-Sher­rill swept a meet with Cam­den and Oneida, set­ting the Red Dev­ils up with a shot at a third straight Tri-Val­ley League Pi­o­neer Di­vi­sion ti­tle. VVS sits at 6-2 with Cam­den at 4-4 and Oneida 0-8.

“The new scor­ing sys­tem in TVL XC awards 2 points for each TVL win and 3 points for each team de­feated at the Cham­pi­onship In­vite at VVS on Oct. 19,” VVS coach Mike Dunne said. “It is our first year us­ing this new scor­ing sys­tem and makes for an ex­cit­ing fin­ish to the sea­son. VVS has 12 points ver­sus Cam­den’s 8 points. There­fore, we are hop­ing for our third con­sec­u­tive TVL Pi­o­neer Di­vi­sion ti­tle and need to clinch it with a strong fin­ish at the In­vite”

On Tues­day, Cam­den’s Si­mon Seidl led all run­ners with an 18:18.8. VVS’ An­drew Wright fol­lowed with an 18:25.8 for se­cond, and Cam­den’s Jeremy Plum­ley grabbed third place with an 18:38.0.

In to­tal, VVS placed five run­ners in the top 10 com­pared to Cam­den’s four, and Oneida’s one.

Girls Cross Coun­try

CAMDEN19, ONEIDA42>> In a tri-meet fea­tur­ing some of the Tri-Val­ley League Pi­o­neer Di­vi­sion’s top run­ner, the Lu­ca­son sis­ters stole the show for Cam­den in a sweep of Oneida and VVS. El­iz­a­beth Lu­ca­son closed the 3.1 mile cir­cuit in 19:03.1 for first place, while Morgan Lu­ca­son fol­lowed with a 19:49 for se­cond place. Delaney Brewer led VVS with a third place, 20:11.7 fin­ish. Oneida eighth-grader Madi­son Mack posted a 21:22.7 for fourth place Cam­den’s Cather­ine Seidl rounded out the Top 5 with a 22:14.5.

Mon­day Re­sults Boys Soc­cer

HAMILTON1, UTICA ACADEMY OF SCIENCE 1 >> De­spite hold­ing a 19-5 ad­van­tage in shots, Hamil­ton tied Utica Academy of Science 1-1 on Mon­day. Erik Geier tal­lied off a JD Speer as­sist for the Emer­ald Knights lone goal, while Nedin Grabovic scored to pace UAS. CAMDEN5, WEST CANADA VAL­LEY 0 >> Cam­den pep­pered West Canada Val­ley with more than 20 shots on goal, con­vert­ing five of those tries into scores as the Blue Dev­ils blanked West Canada Val­ley. Parker Scholl scord twice and served up an as­sist for Cam­den in the win.

Field Hockey

CANASTOTA1, ONEIDA 0>> Less than a week af­ter slot­ting the over­time game-win­ner against Sauquoit Val­ley, Lo­ryn Wil­cox scored Canastota’s lone goal for a 1-0 win over Oneida.

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