Camden field hockey keeps rolling
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.
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.
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.
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.