Here are some local high school varsity sports recaps from Friday’s events:
Varsity Football: Homer vs. Oneida
The Homer Trojans currently hold a 2-0 record after taking down Oneida at home with a final score of 56-30.
Homer’s points were scored by Reid Partis (receiving touchdown), Bryce Hoffmann (receiving touchdown), Hunter Riehlman (rushing touchdown), Sam Sorenson (rushing touchdown), Logan Stauber (rushing touchdown), Gavin Brown (rushing touchdown), Jeffrey Stauber (rushing touchdown), Maddox Johnson (rushing touchdown), Wyatt Wilbur (2 touchdowns thrown), and Laramy Velazquez-Ramires (8 extra point kicks made).
Oneida’s points were scored by Gavin Sweet (2 rushing touchdowns) and Bryson Carinci (2 rushing touchdowns. Oneida also converted on 3 out of 4 two-point conversions.
Up next, Homer will look forward to taking on Chittenango on the road on Friday (September 23rd) at 6:30pm.
Varsity Field Hockey: Cortland vs. Homer
The Cortland Lady Tigers tied 0-0 against the Homer Lady Trojans in an exciting Cortland County matchup at Cortland Jr/Sr High School.
With this result, Cortland now holds a 0-3-1 record, while Homer currently holds a 0-4-1 record.
Homer goalie Aislynn Cobb made 5 saves in the game, while Ella Martin recorded 7 saves for Cortland
Up next, Homer will play Cazenovia on the road this Monday (September 19th) at 4:30pm, while Cortland waits to play against Homer once again on Friday (September 23rd) at 6:30pm. However, the upcoming game between Cortland and Homer will be played at Homer High School.
Varsity Boys Golf: Cortland vs. Central Square (SCAC Central Square Tournament)
The Cortland Purple Tigers defeated Central Square with a close team score of 221-230 at the “SCAC Central Square Tournament” Friday afternoon. (Reminder: lowest score in golf wins).
According to Cortland Head Coach Nolan Sinclair, “Cortland finished tied for first with Oswego with their score of 221. Auburn, ESM, Syracuse, Central Square, and Fulton rounded out the event.
“Andrew Partigianoni won medalist honors with his 38,” added coach Sinclair. “Carter Baum finished tied for sixth with his 42.”
Here are the individual scores of Cortland’s match vs. Central Square:
- Andrew Partigianoni - 38
- Carter Baum - 42
- Finn Thomas - 44
- Benjamin McGrath - 48
- Liam Woodrad - 49
- Matteo Rabusin - 53*
- Aiden Greene - 41
- Matthew Davis - 45
- Shane Berquist - 45
- Zach Overton - 49
- Thai Ryfun - 50
- Vince Bardoun - 50*
Varsity Girls Soccer: Cincinnatus vs. Madison
The Cincinnatus Lady Lions improved to a 3-0 record after beating Madison with a final score of 8-0.
Cincinnatus was led by Kyla Sustad (3 goals & 1 assist), Cassia Schuyler (2 goals & 3 assists), Mandi Waltz (2 goals), and Jarisa Temple (1 goal & 1 assist).
Up next, Cincinnatus is scheduled to play at home against Brookfield on Tuesday (September 20th) at 4:30pm.
Varsity Girls Soccer: McGraw vs. Otselic Valley
The McGraw Lady Eagles lost a close game to Otselic Valley with a score of 1-2 Friday afternoon.
With this loss, McGraw now holds a 2-3-1 record.
McGraw’s only goal of the game was scored by Megan Stull.
Both of Otselic Valley’s goals were scored by Kali Waltz.
McGraw is now scheduled to host Stockbridge Valley on Tuesday (September 20th) at 4:30pm.
Varsity Boys Soccer: Cincinnatus vs. Madison
The Cincinnatus Lions improved to a 2-2 record after winning 4-1 against Madison.
Cincinnatus was led by Dominick Landers (2 goals), Canden Stafford (1 goal), Trevor Shevalier (1 goal), Jack Stafford (2 assists), and Caleb Baker (1 assist).
Madison’s only goal of the game was scored by Logan Scalzo.
Up next, Cincinnatus will take on Brookfield on the road this upcoming Tuesday (September 20th) at 4:30pm.
Varsity Boys Soccer: McGraw vs. Otselic Valley
The McGraw Eagles beat Otselic Valley 7-1 Friday afternoon on the road. With this win, McGraw improved their overall record to 6-1.
McGraw was led by Nathan Stiles (2 goals & 2 assists), Jaydon Bassett (2 goals), Ryan Parks (1 goal & 1 assist), Lucas Monroe (1 goal & 1 assist), and Logan Moffitt (1 goal & 1 assist).
Otselic Valley was led by Owen Davis (1 goal).
McGraw will now play Stockbridge Valley on the road this Tuesday (September 20th) at 4:30pm.
Varsity Field Hockey: Marathon vs. Tioga
The Marathon Lady Olympians improved to a 5-2 record after beating Tioga 6-0 Friday evening.
Marathon was led by Catherine Newkirk (2 goals & 1 assist), Savanna Garfield (2 goals), Delaney Reilly (1 goal), and Ellery Ensign (1 goal).
Up next, Marathon will host Owego on Tuesday (September 20th) at 4:30pm.