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High Schools: Four-team logjam tops Foothills Council ranks

Thursday, October 11, 2012
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With four games left, four teams are tied for the lead in the Foothills Council girls’ soccer race.

Scotia-Glenville used two goals from both Abby O’Connor and

Sophie Constantino to get past Glens Falls, 8-1, the win making the Lady Tartans part of a logjam of 8-2-0 teams.

Gracie Mailey, Grace Marola, Max Culhane and Megan McGillycuddy had the other goals for Scotia.

Miranda Haraughty’s 26th goal of the season, and 123rd of her varsity career, accounted for the Glens Falls score.

Broadalbin-Perth grabbed its share of the lead with a 6-0 win at Gloversville, with Carly Washburn, Kylie Gifford and Katie Herba all getting three goals.

Queensbury beat South Glens Falls, 2-1, to knock the Bulldogs back to the rest of the pack.

Claire Hubbs put the Lady

Spartans up, 2-0, before Sammi Blizzard answered for the Lady Bulldogs.

Each of the four frontrunners has at least two games remaining against the other three 8-2-0 squads.

Johnstown beat Hudson Falls, 1-0, in the other Foothills Council game. Jordyn Hale scored for the Lady Bills.

Delaney Martin scored four goals as Berne-Knox-Westerlo topped Galway, 5-3, in the Western

Athletic Conference. The Lady Bulldogs improved to 7-2-2.

Erica Chase had a goal and an

assist, and Maddy Moore and Fel-icia Snyder got the other goals for the 8-2-0, 9-3-0 Lady Eagles.

Kiera Morgan and Kendra Wood both had a goal and an assist as Middleburgh shut out Northville, 2-0, and the Lady Knights went to 9-2-0 in the league. Joanna Schultes made 17 saves for Northville.

Amanda Barton scored a goal and assisted on Kayla Smalls’ goal as Duanesburg nipped Mayfield, 2-1.

Emily Comrie had the goal for the Lady Panthers.

Hoosick Falls got three goals from Jordyn Haynes to roll past Cambridge, 9-0, and remain

unbeaten (11-0-0) in the Wasaren League.

Allie Martin added a goal and two assists for the reigning state Class C co-champs.

Easton Murray and Maria Patane had the goals as Greenwich downed Stillwater, 2-1. Nicole Soultanian had the goal for Stillwater.

Cassidy Chapko scored in

the first half as Hoosic Valley

edged Schuylerville, 2-1, Tuesday night.

Nicole Kitajewski and Eliz-abeth Kiley-Bergen had the goals as Emma Willard beat Heatly,

2-0, to stay atop the CHVL at

9-0-1.

Maggie Gordon’s three goals got Berlin (8-2-0) past Doan Stuart,

7-0.

Fiona Fittro scored a pair of goals as 7-2-1 Loudonvillle Christian School topped Rensselaer, 5-0.

Ashley Lefebvre had all three goals as Waterford-Half-

moon (7-3-0) got past New Leb-anon, 3-1.

Boys’ soccer

pANTHERS HOT

Dylan Toscano and Jordan Ryder split the scoring as Mayfield beat Daunesburg, 6-0, for its seventh straight WAC win.

Toscano has five straight multiple-goal games for the Panthers, who started the season 0-3-0.

Ryan Pappalau had both goals, lifting Galway past Berne-Knox-Westerlo, 2-0, to move to 8-1-0 in the WAC.

Tyler Henderson scored two minutes into the second half for Northville, and Middleburgh’s Sean Green answered nine minutes later as the Falcons (5-3-2) and Knights (3-6-2) played to a 1-1 draw.

Girls’ volleyball

LADY DUTCH WIN

Allison Van Dorn had seven kills and eight digs, and Jessica Van Dorn contributed eight assists and had six aces among her 14 service points as Guilderland swept Ballston Spa, 25-19, 26-24, 25-7, in the Suburban Council.

Quincy Kinzel had six kills to go with 20 assists and eight digs for the 11-1 Lady Dutch.

Kathy Rimawi had 14 service points for Ballston Spa.

Morgan Papa had 10 kills and 16 digs as Mohonasen swept Colonie, 25-22, 25-19, 25-9, in a match played Tuesday.

Bayley Archinal had a dozen kills and a pair of blocks as Amsterdam beat Catholic Central, 25-21, 25-17, 25-15, in the Big 10.

Jenah Schellbaecher led the Lady Crusaders with four kills and three blocks.

Natalie Pikus had eight kills, Meghan McDonough finished with 10 assists and Myah Ondreyko served for 10 points as Saratoga Central Catholic swept Fort Plain, 25-14, 25-14, 25-19, in the Western Athletic Conference. The Lady Saints are 8-1 in the WAC.

Cheyanne Waters and Shawna Cotton had a combined 17 service points for the Lady Hilltoppers.

Shania Morton served 10 aces, and Jenna Brown had eight aces and seven blocks as Middleburgh beat Mekeel Christian Academy, 23-25, 25-6, 25-16, 25-17. Janie Frank served for six points and had four kills for Middleburgh.

Ali Blyth had 10 kills and a pair of blocks to help Schoharie beat Berne-Knox-Westerlo, 25-16,

25-12, 25-22, in the WAC. Brianna Borst added another nine kills for

Schoharie.

Danielle Hubbard finished with seven kills, Gabrielle Audino had eight assists and Erin McIntyre

totaled six kills and 14 digs for the the Lady Bulldogs.

Emily Orminski accounted for 20 service points (with five aces), and Emily Zawisa had seven kills as Galway swept Canajoharie, 25-12, 25-10, 25-14.

Shyanna Logan had four kills and four digs for Canajoharie.

Nicole Little had six kills, and Karissa Morey served five aces as Mayfield swept Duanesburg, 25-17, 28-26, 25-17. Rebecca Gallup had a strong game for Duanesburg, totaling seven kills, 10 digs and a pair of blocks.

Christina Pavlovsky had six assists for Gloversville in a loss to Queensbury in the Foothills Council.

Waterford-Halfmoon had

Michaela Miller finish with 11 service points and five kills in a

25-14, 25-19, 25-3 win over New Leb-anon in the Central Hudson Valley League.

Boys’ volleyball

NISKAYUNA sweeps

The play of Jordan Whittemore and Josh Miller at the net carried Niskayuna past Saratoga Springs, 25-16, 25-18, 25-20, in the Suburban Council.

Whittemore had five kills and eight blocks. Miller had 10 kills and three blocks.

Andrew Coleman and Jake Sewell had a combined 11 kills and nine blocks.

James Merrill hammered down 25 kills as Columbia beat Colonie, 25-27, 25-18, 25-19, 25-18.

Nick Schwartz finished with 26 assists, and Matt Yankowksi (15 kills) and Jake Dube (10 kills) played well at the net as Guilderland swept Mohonasen, 26-24,

25-23, 25-15.

Bethlehem went to 13-0 in the Suburban, getting 14 kills and seven blocks from John Sica in beating Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 25-23, 25-17, 25-27, 25-19.

Jon Weaver had 10 kills, Aidan Cawley had 13 digs, and Davin Sandmann finished with 28 assists for the 10-3 Spartans.

Shenendehowa moved to 11-2 in the Suburban with a sweep of Shaker. Ryan McSwiggin, Austin Jensen and Josh Olsen gave the Plainsmen 22 kills in a 25-20,

25-19, 25-18 win.

Field hockey

NISKAYUNA STREAK OVER

Maclaine Matties, Emily Petruccione and Megan Leanza scored goals as Saratoga Springs beat Niskayuna, 3-2, to end the Lady Silver Warriors’ 25-game winning streak in the Suburban Council.

Sam Geils made five saves for

9-2 Saratoga, which pulled within a game of 10-1 Niskayuna. The

Silver Warriors got goals from Jackie O’Brien and Ali Frary.

Meghan Largo scored from an Aubrey Kamppila assists in the first half, and Brittany Ryan made 14 saves as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake edged Bethlehem, 1-0, in a Suburban Council game.

The Lady Spartans improved to 7-4 in league play.

Caroline Cady scored off an Anna Branch assist to give Shenendehowa a 1-0 victory over Shaker.

Emily Phillips played well in the Shaker goal, turning aside 14 shots.

Helena Masiello’s goal with 3:46 left in overtime gave Columbia a 1-0 win over Guilderland.

Guilderland goalkeeper Elizabeth Schumacher made 16 saves.

Tennis

sectionals open

The Section II girls’ tennis team tournament opens Friday with Columbia visiting Guilderland in a Class AA play-in.

The winner gets defending champion Emma Willard on Monday.

Shaker plays at Shenendehowa, Saratoga Springs is at Niskayuna and Bethlehem hosts Ballston Spa in the other ‘AA’ quarterfinals.

Defending Class A champ Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake hosts Glens Falls in a Monday quarter, with 2011 runner-up Holy Names at Scotia-Glenville. Averill Park is at Albany Academy, and Amsterdam hosts Queensbury.

Returning Class B champ Ich-abod Crane has a bye, as does Chatham. Schalmont hosts Hudson on Monday, with Catholic Central going to Coxsackie-Athens.

The Class C/D tourney has only four teams. In Monday’s semifinals, Maple Hill hosts North Warren, and Greenwich goes to Schoharie.

 
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