Black Knights clinch CSC swimming title with undefeated season

The Rome Free Academy boys’ swimming and diving team won the Center State Conference title with an undefeated season after beating Oneida 63-38 on Tuesday.

The Black Knights’ home game took place at Holland Patent High School and the win took the RFA record to 10-0. Oneida is 5-3.

RFA won two relay events. The 200m medley relay team of Cody Madonia, Dominick Gratch, Joseph Keeney and Tanner Brawdy won in 1:52.55. The 400 freestyle relay team of Brawdy, Keeney, Gratch and Jack Anderegg won in 3:54.34.

Oneida won the 200 freestyle relay with a team of Jack Capotosto, Preston Hoang, Ethan Schmitt and Andrew Hicks clocking 1:43.58.

For RFA, Anderegg also won the 200 individual medley in 2:21.84 and the 100 breaststroke in 1:14.54. Keeney also won the 100 butterfly in 59.73. Vincent Klepadlo won the 200 freestyle for RFA in 2:13.77.

Noah Artigiani won the diving event for RFA with a score of 157.75.

For Oneida, Hicks won the 50 freestyle in 23.16 and the 100 freestyle in 51.35. Schmitt won the 500 freestyle in 6:14.81. Paris Hoang won the 100 backstroke in 1:10.49.

The league diving championship meet is Friday at Holland Patent and the swimming championship meet is Friday, January 28, also at Holland Patent.

RFA girls remain undefeated

The FRG women’s bowling team handled New Hartford 11-0 at home at King Pin Lanes on Tuesday to improve to 8-0 this season and extend the program’s winning streak to 56 Tri-Valley League games.

Sophia Iglesias-Tosti led the way for the Black Knights with a game high of 244 and a streak high of 642. McKenzie Pantola had a 592 and Olivia Hluska had a 540.

For New Hartford, Diana Sorenson had the best game of 196 and the best streak of 542.

Next up for RFA is a trip to the CAC Clubhouse for a road game against Vernon-Verona-Sherrill in the league at 4 p.m. Thursday.

HP guys kicked out of Western Canada

The Holland Patent boys’ bowling team defeated West Canada Valley 5-0 in a virtual game Tuesday at the Center State Conference.

HP played at King Pin Lanes in Rome while West Canada was at RD’s Gorge View Lanes.

Dmitry Lukashevich led HP with a high game of 276 and a high streak of 617.

For Canada West, Aidan Monaghan had the team’s best game and streak, 186 and 467.

HP plays Adirondack at 4 p.m. Thursday on the road in the league at the Boonville Bowl.

HP Girls Suffer Bowling Loss

The Holland Patent women’s bowling team lost to West Canada Valley 5-0 on Tuesday. The virtual game in Central State had HP bowling at King Pin Lanes and West Canada at RD’s Gorge View Lanes.

For HP, Avery Carlson had the highest set of 161 and the highest streak of 450.

For Canada West, Jenavieve Lyon had a game high of 217 and a streak high of 492.

HP plays Adirondack at 4 p.m. Thursday on the road in the league at the Boonville Bowl.

CVA exceeds VVS

The Central Valley Academy women’s bowling team defeated VVS 10-1 in the TVL on Tuesday at the CAC Clubhouse.

Emily Ferlo led the Thunder with a game high of 236 and a streak high of 568.

For VVS, Rylee Trunko had the highest play of 158 and the highest streak of 408. Alisha Boice also scored with a 402.

CVA had 3027 total pins compared to 2448 for VVS.

VVS hosts RFA at 4 p.m. Thursday at the CAC.

Oneida volleyball dominates Camden

Oneida won 3-0 at home to Camden in women’s volleyball on Tuesday in the TVL.

Oneida won the sets 25-17, 26-24 and 25-21.

For Oneida, Katie Kinney had eight kills and four digs. Kaydence Bouchard had five kills and five assists. Madison Zehr had 15 assists, seven digs, three aces and a pair of kills.

Statistics for Camden have not been submitted.

Oneida hosts Whitesboro at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the championship.

Camden is at Pulaski at 7 p.m. Thursday in the non-league game.

Clinton volleyball wins big

Clinton’s women’s volleyball team won 3-0 at home to Morrisville-Eaton on Tuesday in a nonleague game.

The Warriors won the sets 25-10, 25-19 and 25-20.

Statistics for Clinton were not submitted.

The Warriors visit Little Falls at 7 a.m. tonight in Center State.

Westmo Volleyball Falls

The Westmoreland boys’ volleyball team lost 3-0 at home to Chittenango in the Section III league game on Tuesday.

The Bears, who improved to 5-0 this season, won the sets 25-15, 25-20 and 25-21.

Leading Westmoreland was Carter McGregor with five kills and three digs; Mark VanDeusen with 13 digs and two aces; and Jacob Webster with six assists, four digs and three kills.

For Chittenango, Josh Boulter had seven kills and six digs. Jake Simmons had 15 assists, nine aces, five kills and five digs. Trevor Cole had 14 digs, four kills and two aces.

Westmoreland, now 2-3, hosts Canastota at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the league.

Blue Devils claim basketball victory

The Camden boys’ basketball team won 58-47 at home against Utica Notre Dame in the TVL.

Camden led 11-8 after a quarter and 28-20 at halftime.

Individual stats have not been submitted for any of the teams.

Camden is at the VVS at 7 p.m. Thursday in the TVL.

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