The Rome Free Academy girls lacrosse team improved to 5-0 on the season and head coach Doug Rowe picked up his 400th career win on Saturday when the Black Knights defeated visiting Cazenovia, 7-6.
Danielle D’Aiuto added two goals and an assist for the Black Knights. Jace Hunzinger also scored two goals for RFA. Alyssa Nardslico scored a goal and had two assists, Isabella Sanzone also scored a goal and Shannen Calandra also added a goal.
Alana Iacovissi made four saves for RFA, who’s back on the field on Thursday when they travel to Whitesboro.
RFA boys lax falls
The RFA boys lacrosse team trailed Skaneateles 3-2 after a quarter Saturday on the road. But their offense sputtered and they lost 11-4.
Keshawn Clark scored twice for RFA. Jared Hussey scored and had two assists. The other goal was scored by Peter Sciortino.
Treaver Ford made seven saves in net for RFA.
Skaneateles used a 6-1 second quarter for a 9-3 lead.
RFA next plays on Wednesday, May 19, when the Black Knights host Holland Patent at 4:30 p.m. at RFA Stadium.
Whitesboro falls to New Hartford
In another boys lacrosse game, New Hartford rolled past Whitesboro, 20-1, on Monday.
Peter Liotta scored the lone goal for Whitesboro.
Will Hilton tallied four goals and an assist for the Spartans, Peter Colburn scored four goals, Dan Friedel scored three times and assisted on five more goals. Anthony Campola scored twice and had two assists.
In goal, Ryan Quinn made 13 saves for the Warriors and Dash Lamitie made six saves for New Hartford.
Whitesboro plays again on Saturday when they visit Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 11 a.m.
VVS defeated at Chittenango
Logan Vanderhoof scored three goals for the VVS boys lacrosse team, but it fell 16-7 to host Chittenango on Monday.
Keaton Fox and James Wheeler both added a goal for the Red Devils, who play again on Saturday when they host Whitesboro at 11 a.m.
Clinton girls lax falls at New Hartford
The Clinton girls lacrosse team lost 19-11 at New Hartford Saturday.
Mia Lopata scored four times for Clinton and had an assist. Alexis Altera had a hat trick.
Katelynn Deveans and Chelsea Lopata each had a goal and an assist. Claire Baron and Ava Alteri added a goal each.
In net for the Warriors, Angelina Borowiec made nine saves and Elise Mozloom made four.
New Harford was led by Ilana Mccarthy with six goals. Sophia Campola scored four times and added two assists. Maia Herring had a hat trick for the Spartans.
Emily Picolla made eight saves for the Spartans in goal.
Clinton was schedule to travel to Immaculate Heart Central in Watertown Monday.
Whitesboro girls’ big second half powers win
The Whitesboro girls lacrosse team got a 13-4 road win at Chittenango Saturday.
The Warriors held a 6-4 lead at the half but outscored the Bears 7-0 in the second half to pull away.
Gracie Stuhlman had a hat trick and two assists for the Warriors, who improved to