The Mexico varsity girls soccer team earned a 1-0 victory over host Oswego on Saturday.

Adria Ariola scored the goal for the Tigers on a penalty kick. Goalkeeper Kierstyn Lillie recorded six saves.

Emma Burger tallied five saves for the Buccaneers.

Each team took six shots, and Oswego had a 4-0 advantage on corner kicks.

Mexico faces Skaneateles today at 6:30 p.m.

Oswego hosts East Syracuse-Minoa on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.


J-D 3, Oswego 0: Jamesville-DeWitt swept Oswego 25-13, 25-16, 26-24 on Friday.

For Oswego, Lilyann Mathews and Nicole Pappa each had six digs. Mary Culeton collected seven kills and two digs, and Alyssa Morley added nine assists. Victoria Tripp contributed three kills, two blocks, and an ace. Katie Nettles had six assists.

The Bucs host Auburn on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.


Central Square 48, Fulton 14: Jacob Moran carried 25 times for 206 yards and three touchdowns to propel host Central Square over Fulton on Friday.

Quarterback Brady Godici completed 6-of-10 passes for 89 yards and two TDs, both to wide receiver Cruz Springer.

For Fulton (1-1), Patrick Galvin scored on a 5-yard run, and Samuel May scored on a 5-yard run. Andru Walts kicked both extra points.

Fulton’s next game is scheduled for Sept. 20 at home against Auburn.

Chittenango 32, Mexico 8: Nathan Smith rushed for touchdowns covering 9 and 7 yards to help Chittenango defeat Mexico on Friday.

Also running for touchdowns for the Bears were Robert Connell (50 yards) and Aiden Cavotta (60 yards). Cavotta threw a 10-yard TD pass to Nathan Addison.

Derrick Sciarabba had a 1-yard TD run for Mexico.

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