The Oneida Daily Dispatch (Oneida, NY)

The Local Recap

Taking a look at the last few days of local sporting events

- By Joshua Wagner and Oneida Dispatch

2023 has arrived with a purpose. It has been only a couple of weeks, but it feels like so much has already happened. And there has been no exception for our local high school teams. So as we close out the second week of the new year, here is how some of our regional teams have favored in the last few days. Oneida falls to 2-6

It hasn’t been the greatest start to the year for Oneida. The Blue and Orange are currently on a 3 game-losing streak. Their first game of the new year was against Holland Patent, where they had a mixed bag on the offensive side. Austin Degroat netted 20 points for Oneida, but HP got the last laugh with a 70-51 win. And in their latest game on Friday, Oneida faced another formidable opponent in the form of New Hartford. A difficult first half led to Oneida dropping the game 40-60. Gavin Stone scored 11 for Oneida, while Jamison Stockwell hit 4 3-PT shots to lead NH and his teammate Zach Philipkosk­i secured a double-double. However, Oneida is looking to bounce back when they face off against Utica-notre Dame on the 10th.

Madison just keeps on winning

The Blue Devils have always been a force to be reckoned with in the CCL. And this year looks to be the same as Madison now sits with a 9-1 record and an 8-game winning streak. Their Wednesday game against Mcgraw proved challengin­g, but Madison pulled through with a 60-53 win over the Eagles. The three-headed monster unit of Ethan Rivers, Anthony Dodge, and Jacob Burns continues to impress. Rivers had 14 PTS and 5 REB. Burns netted 13, and Anthony Dodge had 13 PTS with 16 REB. Madison looks to continue their streak with a matchup against Morrisvill­e-eaton. More Local Scores Wed-fri

Boys Basketball Adirondack 49, Canastota 58 Mt. Markham 58, Clinton 62 Sauquoit Valley 35, Hamilton 71 Morrisvill­e-eaton 35, Stockbridg­e Valley 48 Rome Free Academy 79, Camden 70 V.V.S. 38, Utica Proctor 81 Camden 62, Oswego 53 Cazenovia 32, CBA 66

Girls Basketball Camden 40, Stockbridg­e Valley 22 Madison 28, Richfield Springs 54 Clinton 28, V.V.S. 42 Lafayette 25, Cazenovia 32 Camden 15, Rome Free Academy 71 Dolgeville 41, Canastota 27 Westmorela­nd 48, Clinton 47 Oneida 34, New Hartford 50 Hamilton 52, Poland 63 Utica Proctor 72, V.V.S. 31

Girls Volleyball Canastota 3, Adirondack 0 Clinton 3, Waterville 2 Oneida 1, East Syracuse Minoa 3 Camden 3, Utica Proctor 1 Stockbridg­e Valley 3, Brookfield 0 Morrisvill­e-eaton 2, Fabius-pompey 3

Dumont named playing captain for 2023 AHL Allstar Classic

American Hockey League President and Chief Executive Officer Scott Howson announced today that Syracuse Crunch forward Gabriel Dumont and Grand Rapids Griffins defenseman Brian Lashoff have been selected as the playing captains for the 2023 AHL Allstar Classic presented by Bell in collaborat­ion with Manulife Bank, to be held February 5-6 in Laval, Que.

Captains for the American Hockey League Allstar teams are selected by the league president each year in recognitio­n of their outstandin­g leadership and service.

A 13th-year pro, Dumont is in his second stint with Syracuse and his third season overall wearing the captain’s “C” for the Crunch. He has appeared in 644 career games in the AHL, recording 172 goals and 222 assists for 394 points, including career highs of 30 goals, 32 assists and 62 points in 202122. Dumont was originally a 2009 draft pick by Montreal and played his first six seasons in the Canadiens organizati­on, serving as their AHL team captain in Hamilton (2014-15) and St. John’s (2015-16). The native of Degelis, Que., has played 90 games in the NHL with Montreal, Tampa Bay, Ottawa and Minnesota. He will be appearing in his second AHL All-star Classic.

Lashoff has played the entirety of his 13-year pro career in the Detroit Red Wings organizati­on, making his debut as an 18-yearold with Grand Rapids in 2009. He has appeared in 605 regular-season games with the Griffins, tied for the third-most by any AHL player who has spent his entire career with one team. Lashoff has accumulate­d 32 goals and 95 assists for 127 points in the regular season and has also skated in 75 postseason games, winning Calder Cup championsh­ips with Grand Rapids in 2013 and 2017. A native of Albany, N.Y., Lashoff, who is in his third year as the Griffins’ captain, has also played 136 games in the NHL with the Red Wings. This will be his first AHL All-star Classic.

Tickets for the 2023 AHL All-star Classic presented by Bell in collaborat­ion with Manulife Bank, which include admission to both the 2023 Rona AHL All-star Skills Competitio­n on Sunday, Feb. 5, and the 2023 Mise-o-jeu AHL All-star Challenge on Monday, Feb. 6, start at only $39 and are available now by visiting rocketlava­

The 2023 AHL Allstar Classic presented by Bell will feature the top young talent in the American Hockey League: since 1995, more than 94 percent of All-star Classic participan­ts have gone on to compete in the National Hockey League, including Cam Atkinson, Drake Batherson, Patrice Bergeron, Jordan Binnington, Jack Campbell, John Carlson, Thatcher Demko, Denis Gurianov, Connor Hellebuyck, Tristan Jarry, Kaapo Kahkonen, Jordan Kyrou, Jonathan Marchessau­lt, Jacob Markstrom, Brandon Montour, William Nylander, Kyle Palmieri, Mikko Rantanen, Dylan Strome, Linus Ullmark, Vitek Vanecek and Mats Zuccarello.

 ?? PHOTO BY JOSHUA WAGNER ?? Gavin Stone (4) attempts a 3-PT shot against New Hartford.
PHOTO BY JOSHUA WAGNER Gavin Stone (4) attempts a 3-PT shot against New Hartford.

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