Poland's Carliza Roark scored a three-goal hatrick as the Tornadoes won 6-0 and go back to the Class D girls soccer state final. (Photo courtesy Jeff Pexton, Perfect Game Imaging)Carliza Roark scored a three goal hatrick to help lead Poland to an easy 6-0 win over Moriah in a Class D girls soccer state semifinal game at Homer High School.
Posted November 11, 2017 at 02:22 PM | Updated November 11, 2017 at 08:17 PM race start.JPG Photo courtesy NYSPHSAA Brooke Rauber, F-M, CBA, South Lewis girls, Beaver River boys all champions By Pat Spadafore | email@example.com In frigid weather conditions hundreds of cross country runners from around the state converged on Wayne High School for the state cross country championships. Section III produced five first place winners: Tully's Brooke Rauber won the Class D race. The...
Tully's Brooke Rauber turns in third best time in girls cross country championship. Tully freshman Brooke Rauber turned in the third best time in the girls cross country championship at Wayne High School on Saturday. Despite fridged and muddy conditions, Rauber blazed the trail in 18:51.6, just one minute of behind first place finisher Katelyn Tuohy, a sophomore from North Rockland, who set a new course record with a 17:51.4 finish. Saratoga Springs Kelsey Chmiel was second with a 18:32.2 finish.
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