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Fulton softball team wins three of last four games

by Rob Tetro

The Fulton varsity softball team has won three out of its last four games.

Fulton came away with a hard fought win over Cortland May 9. The Lady Raiders earned one of its more impressive wins of the season when they took on Jamesville-DeWitt the following day. Fulton came through during the fourth and fifth innings to escape with the win.

The Lady Raiders kept it going when they took on Homer May 13. Fulton scored five runs during the final 3 and 1/2 innings to pull away from Homer.

Unfortunately for the Lady Raiders, East Syracuse-Minoa stormed ahead late in the game to come away with the win.

Fulton got off to a decent start when it took on Cortland, jumping out to a 1-0 lead during the first inning.

After a scoreless second inning, Cortland tied the game. The game remained tied after both teams scored two runs each during the fourth inning.

The Lady Raiders pulled ahead during the fifth inning. They outscored Cortland by a run to come away with a 5-4 win.

Leading the way for Fulton was Courtney Parker, who had two hits and an RBI. Anna Guernsey finished with a hit and two RBIs while Maureen McCann and Cheyenne Laun each added a hit.

Laun earned the win on the mound for Fulton. Laun finished with six strikeouts while allowing four runs on seven hits in five innings of action.

In relief of Laun, MiKayla Guernsey allowed only a hit in two innings of play.

The Lady Raiders built off their win against Cortland by upsetting Jamesville-DeWitt.

After two scoreless innings, Jamesville-DeWitt struck first, taking a 2-0 lead during the top of the third inning.

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Fulton tennis team earns first win of the season

by Rob Tetro

The Fulton girls varsity tennis team earned its first win of the season when it defeated East Syracuse-Minoa Tuesday.

Fulton won three out of the four doubles matches to clinch the victory.

In singles play, East Syracuse-Minoa’s Samantha LoBello defeated Fulton’s Katelyn Billings, 6-0, 6-1. The Lady Raiders answered when Savannah Bray defeated East Syracuse-Minoa’s Jenna Wright-Rihinen, 6-1, 6-3.

East Syracuse-Minoa went on to win the rubber singles match when Wan Ying Zhang defeated Fulton’s Jasmine Denson, 6-3,7-6.

Though East Syracuse-Minoa took two out of three singles matches, the Lady Raiders were poised to rally during doubles play.

Fulton’s Anna Guernsey and Kassidy Kearns defeated East Syracuse-Minoa’s Jeanine Koehler and Caitlin Underwood, 6-1, 2-6, 6-4. East Syracuse-Minoa got its only win in doubles play when Adisa Husijnovic and Jackie Moshier defeated Fulton’s Julia Ludington and Casey Shannon, 6-3, 7-6.

Fulton struck back when Sophia Giovannetti and Maureen McCann defeated East Syracuse-Minoa’s Kim Donato and Ashley Downey, 6-4, 2-6, 6-0.

The Lady Raiders clinched the win when Audrey Proto and Krista Vann defeated East Syracuse-Minoa’s Linh Lam and Y Lam, 6-2, 6-3.

With the win, Fulton improves to 1-10 for the season but remains winless in league play. As of today, the Lady Raiders have only one more event left in regular season play.

In Fulton’s season finale, the girls will travel to Christian Brothers Academy for a contest on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

Fulton boys soccer

The Fulton boys varsity soccer team came up short against East Syracuse-Minoa last Thursday. East Syracuse-Minoa scored three goals during the first half which proved to be an insurmountable lead.

East Syracuse-Minoa came away with a 3-1 win.

The Red Raiders were led by Carson Vono, who scored Fulton’s lone goal. An assist was credited to Austin Wilde. Fulton Keeper Robert Borrow saved six shots on goal.

The Red Raiders got back on track when they took on Mexico Tuesday. Fulton jumped out to a 3-0 lead to set the tone for its 6-0 shutout win.

The win marked the Red Raiders second win of the season.

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