Monticello @ Eldred
Monticello visited Eldred on Monday afternoon, and the Lady Yellowjackets defeated the Lady Panthers 4-2. Jailyn Labuda scored twice in the …
Monticello @ Eldred
Monticello visited Eldred on Monday afternoon, and the Lady Yellowjackets defeated the Lady Panthers 4-2. Jailyn Labuda scored twice in the win, and Dana Donnelly and Annie Davis each added a goal in the effort. This Eldred team continues to grow with each game, and they are making their presence known as they continue to win.
O’Neill @ Fallsburg
Fallsburg hosted O’Neill on October 18, and the Fallsburg girls won 25-30. The Comets were unable to score on the boys team, but Ryan Zempoaltecatl finished first with an even 20 minutes. Adam Mednick, the other Fallsburg harrier, placed 10th with a time of 26:37.
The girls top-10 runners:
1.Gisella King (F), 26:24; 2.Sammie Starling (O), 28:41; 3.Emily Faint (O), 28:47; 4.Meredith Anderman (F), 29:37; 5.Arianna Gonzalez (F), 33:16; 6.Angelina Levner (F), 35:50; 7.Emma Swenson (O), 38:17; 8.Lina Sharifi (O), 38:18; 9.Isabelle Batista (F), 39:30; 10.Ceci Mancia (F), 39:53.
Tri-Valley @ Burnt Hills Invitational
Tri-Valley competed in the Burnt Hills Cross Country Invitational, a race in which the boys placed first overall. Leading the pack, as he has done for most of the year, was Adam Furman. Furman finished first with a time of 15:33.90. Behind Furman, Craig Costa finished 4th with a time of 16:54.80, Van Furman finished 7th with a time of 17:13.70, Caleb Edwards finished 9th with a time of 17:23.40, and Vincent Mingo finished 10th with a time of 17:30.80. Thomas Houghtaling placed 44th with a time of 19:03.50 and Connor Weyant finished 59th with a time of 19:32.40, however only the top five scorers are tallied up for the team score. The race featured 19 schools from all over the state, and Tri-Valley placed first as a team, adding another big win to their season.
Fallsburg @ Liberty
The Liberty boys cross country team hosted Fallsburg on Wednesday. There was no girls match because Liberty does not have a team. Fallsburg’s Ryan Zempoaltecatl had the best time of the seven competitors at 19:19, but Liberty won 15-50 as the Fallsburg boys do not have enough harriers to score.
1.Ryan Zempoaltecatl (F), 19:19; 2.Gabe Desrochers (L), 21:47; 3.Wayne Kratz (L), 24:34; 4.Tanner Ferguson (L), 25:59; 5.Adam Mednick (F), 26:00; 6.Braeden Clarke (L), 28:48; 7.Konnar Williams (L), 32:04.
O’Neill, Seward @ Tri-Valley
The Tri-Valley harriers were back in action on Wednesday, hosting a meet with O’Neill and Seward. There were no team scores for the girls because the three schools do not have enough participants, but the Tri-Valley boys defeated O’Neill 15-50 and Seward 15-50. Tri-Valley dominated the day, finishing with nine runners in the top-10.
The top-10 boys:
1.Adam Furman (TV), 15:58; 2.Van Furman (TV), 17:10; 3.Craig Costa (TV), 17:45; 4.Caleb Edwards (TV), 18:01; 5.Vincent Mingo (TV), 18:16; 6.Connor Weyant (TV), 20:06; 7.Thomas Houghtaling (TV) 20:28; 8.Peter Dacunto (JIO), 21:26; 9.Boe Mueller (TV), 23:06; Stephen Johnson (TV) 24:07.
Girls individual results:
1.Amelia Mickelson (TV), 23:19; 2.Brynn Poley (TV), 24:47; 3.Taylor Vogt (SS), 25:58; 4.Sammie Starling (JIO), 27:13; 5.Chrissy Wachter (TV), 29:43; 6.Delanie Hoffman (TV), 30:12.
Burke @ Liberty
The Liberty boys soccer team has been on a roll lately, winning almost every game of their season so far until a 3-3 tie with Burke in their most recent game. On Tuesday afternoon they hosted Burke Catholic, and Liberty was tested early and often. After an early goal by Burke, Liberty found themselves trailing 1-0, but regrouped and were able to net two goals before the half to take a 2-1 lead. In the second half, Liberty was outscored 2-1, and the two schools tied at 3-3. Yucevin Canales, Edison Ruiz Gonzalez and Norlis Acosta scored for Liberty, and Eduardo Romero recorded six saves in the game. Liberty’s record for the season is now 12-1-1 (5-0-1) after the league match tie.
Burke @ Sullivan West
Sullivan West lost to Burke 3 sets to 0 on Wednesday night. After losing 10-25 in the first set, Sullivan West rallied in the second and third match, scoring 20-25 and 21-25. Although they improved with each set, Burke was ultimately able to win each of the three. Coach Chappell is proud of her young group and their continued improvement and tenacity to battle it out until the end.
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