ROUNDUP: RFA Girls Volleyball Scores Few Wins…

The girls volleyball team of the Rome Free Academy took a 3-1 win against Watertown on the road on Saturday in a non-league game, then defeated Oneida 3-0 at home in the Tri-Valley League on Monday.

On Monday, RFA won the sets 25-20, 25-20 and 25-21.

Alexis Kennedy had eight kills for RFA. Teammate Elizabeth Hanba had five murders and five digs. Thylia Keoviengsamay had 18 assists, five aces and a pair of kills for the Black Knights and Yanielis Rivera had nine aces and six digs.

Oneida was led by Katie Kinne with eight kills and four digs, Kaydence Bouchard with five kills and five blocks and Madison Zehr with 18 assists.

On Saturday, the Black Knights won the first two sets 25-15 and 25-19. Watertown took the next 25-18, but RFA won the final set 25-20.

Kennedy had 13 kills, four digs and two blocks for RFA. Hanbra had 17 digs and nine murders. Rivera had 18 digs and two murders. Keoviengsamay had 24 assists, 13 digs, two aces, two kills and two blocks. Alyce Frost had 10 digs, five assists, four kills and a pair of aces. Jenavive Cianfrocco had 10 digs and three aces.

RFA will host Utica Proctor in the league tonight at 6:45 PM.

Oneida will visit Whitesboro at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the league.

Camden beats Oneida in volleyball

Camden girls volleyball team defeated Oneida 3-0 at home on Saturday in the Tri-Valley League. The Blue Devils won the sets 25-18, 25-20 and 25-22.

Adeline Houser had 15 kills, 13 digs, four aces and a few assists for Camden. Nevaeh Christmas had six murders and six digs. Brooke Musch had 36 assists, four kills, four digs and three aces.

Before Oneida, Kinne had eight murders and five digs. Zehr had 15 assists and four digs.

Whitesboro volleyball triumphs over Camden

Whitesboro’s girls’ volleyball team took a 3-0 win in the TVL over Camden on Monday.

The Warriors won the sets 25-13, 25-22 and 25-9.

Whitesboro’s Riley Collis had eight kills, four aces and two blocks. Teammate Tessa Nash had 13 assists and five digs.

Statistics for Camden have not been submitted.

Remsen wins a pair

Remsen’s women’s volleyball team won 3-0 at home against Town of Webb on Friday and 3-0 at home against Owen D. Young on Saturday. Both were Center State Conference games.

On Friday, Remsen won the sets 27-25, 26-24 and 25-23.

Leading Remsen were Marissa Hefner with eight kills and four aces; Olivia Stanford with 10 digs; Grace Shufelt with six digs, six assists and a pair of aces; and Evelyn Morgan with seven assists, three aces and three digs.

On Saturday, the Rams won the sets 25-12, 25-9 and 25-19.

Before Remsen, Hefner had a dozen kills and three aces. Morgan had 13 assists, four digs and two kills. Remsen was on his way against Owen D. Young on Monday. Results were not available at the time of going to press.

Westmo girls take a narrow win

The Westmoreland girls’ volleyball team won the fifth and deciding set on Friday for a 3-2 road win against Waterville in the Center State.

The teams alternated set wins, with Westmoreland winning the first 25-18 before dropping the next by the same score. The Bulldogs won the next 25-20 and then lost the next set by the same score. But they won the final set 25-23 to win the match.

Sam Dee had seven kills, six aces and five digs for Westmoreland and Madison St. Peter had 10 assists, five kills and two aces.

Statistics for Waterville have not been submitted.

Westmoreland was due to receive Sauquoit Valley on Monday. Results were not available at the time of going to press.

VVS boys volleyball remains undefeated

The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill boys volleyball team defeated Mount Markham 3-0 at home in Section III on Saturday.

The Red Devils won the sets 25-19, 25-17, 25-6 to move up to 6-0 of the season.

Before VVS, Tyler Kinne had 21 digs; Cameron Robinson had 13 digs and a few aces; Ryan Mumford had a dozen assists and Cole Maguire had 11 assists.

For Mount Markham, Alex Arkema had 16 digs, eight kills and four blocks; Jeremiah Boyko had seven digs, three kills and two blocks, and Bryant Denza had eight assists and six digs.

VVS will visit Canastota in the competition tonight at 6.45 pm.

Canastota blanks Westmoreland

Canastota took a 3-0 road win at Westmoreland on Saturday in Section III boys volleyball.

The Raiders won the sets 25-20, 25-22 and 27-25.

For Westmoreland, Carson Nestved had 10 kills, five digs and three aces; Jacob Webster had 15 assists, thee kills and four aces; and Mark VanDeusen had eight digs and four murders.

Canastota’s Aiden Mascareno had 15 assists, five digs, three kills and two blocks.

Westmoreland (2-4) will host Little Falls in the competition tonight at 6:45 PM.

Curro ensures Oneida’s comeback

Oneida trailed six at home to Bishop Grimes at the start of Monday’s fourth, but senior Kaylin Curro scored 14 to put her team on overtime, where she scored all seven Oneida points in a 62-60 non-league win. action.

Curro scored 14 of her career-high 33 points in the fourth quarter. Bishop Grimes equalized the match at 55 to send it to overtime. Curro then went on to score all seven of Oneida’s points in overtime in the win.

Bishop Grimes led 29-20 at halftime.

Curro had 11 rebounds to complete the double-double and added six assists and a couple of steals. Teammate Kennedy Curro also had a double-double, with 17 rebounds and 10 points. Jordan French scored 13 and grabbed four rebounds for Oneida.

Natalie Musolino, whose free throws forced overtime, led Bishop Grimes by 22 points.

Oneida will host East Syracuse-Minoa in a non-competition match at 6:30pm today.

Clinton dominates fourth quarter for victory

The Clinton girls’ basketball team defeated Canastota by seven in the fourth quarter and won 35-28 on the road in the Center State Conference on Saturday.

The Warriors led 18-10 at halftime, but the Raiders defeated them eight in the third to settle the game. But Clinton defeated Canastota 10-3 in the fourth to take the win.

Ella Morse led Clinton by 17 points. Eva Gaetano scored 10, had eight rebounds and three assists. Abby Hemstrogt had eight rebounds, seven steals and added four points.

Canastota’s statistics have not been submitted.

Clinton is now 8-7 this season and will face Sherburne-Earlville in the league on Friday at 6 p.m.

Morse scored 30 in Clinton win

Clinton’s girls basketball team also won 48-45 against host Adirondack on Friday. Morse scored 30 points to lead the Warriors in the non-league victory.

Morse added seven rebounds, two assists and two steals. Gaetano had 10 rebounds, eight points, four steals, two assists and two blocks.

Statistics for Adirondack have not been submitted.

Oriskany falls to Waterville

Oriskany’s girls basketball team fell behind early, losing 52-34 on Waterville Friday in non-league play.

Waterville led 13-7 after fifteen minutes and 27-16 at halftime.

For Oriskany, Ashley Reid had 10 points and Ashley Burnop had nine points.

Natalee Collins had a game-high 23 points for Waterville.

Oriskany is in competition tonight at 7 p.m. at New York Mills.

Clinton girls crush Rockland on the ice

The Clinton girls’ hockey team defeated Rockland 11–0 at home on Saturday at the Kennedy Arena in Rome in non-league play. The Warriors got goals from nine different players.

Drew Kopek scored twice and had an assist. Lauren Rey also scored twice. Alexa Thompson had a goal and two assists. Kelsey Fuller, Hailey Kwiatkowski, Mackinley Ronan, Payton Cronk and Gretchen Grimm all had goals and assists. Riley Constantinetis also scored. Alyssa Nardslico had a couple of assists and Kate Elbrecht, Gracen Grimm and Mia Eisenhut had one each.

In the net before Clinton, Casey Clausen made nine saves before winning the shutout.

The Warriors are now 9-0-1 and will host Skaneateles at the Kennedy Arena at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Oneida swims past HP

The boys’ swimming and diving team Oneida took a 64-37 victory on Holland Patent Monday in the Centrumstaat.

The Oneida 200 medley relay team of Peyton Hoang, Preston Hoang, Ethan Schmitt and Andrew Hicks won in 1:54.77. The school’s 200 freestyle relay team, made up of Hoang, Cayden Shene, Grady Gaudet and Hoang, won in 1:48.33. The 400 freestyle relay team of Capotosto, Gaudet, Schmitt and Hicks won in 3:48.42.

Preston Hoang won the 200 medley in 2:26.99. Paris Hoang won the 100 backstroke in 1:12.44. Hicks won the 50 freestyle in 23.03 and the 100 freestyle in 51.60. Schmitt won the 500 freestyle in 5:36.41. Capotasto won the 200 freestyle in 2:14.64 and the 100 butterfly in 1:10.29.

Dariusz Sargent won the 100 breaststroke for Holland Patent in 1:15.18.

Jacob Jones won diving for HP.

The league championships meet on Friday at 5 p.m. in Sherburne-Earlville.

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