Cougars climb to 11-0, edge Eagles with Logan
Jordyn Logan scored with 1:53 left in regulation Friday as Canajoharie beat Galway, 2-1, to remain unbeaten in Western Athletic Conference girls’ soccer.
Logan, who assisted on Jenelle Dillenbeck’s goal that opened the scoring, got the game-winner following a corner kick.
The win pushed the Central Division champions to 11-0-0 with three games remaining.
Abby Spagnola had tied the game for 8-3-0 Galway, the Northern Division leader, with 7:28 to play.
Reigning Class D champion Northville got over the .500 mark in WAC play, beating Sharon Springs, 1-0, on a Lyndsey Wadsworth goal.
Kelly VanNostrand got the assist, and Joanna Schulte had to make just two saves as the Lady Falcons improved to 5-4-2.
Fort Plain and Mayfield played to a scoreless draw in another WAC game.
Delaney Martin scored two goals, and Makalya McCormick added one as Berne-Knox-Westerlo beat Amsterdam, 3-2, in a non-league game.
Monica Rouse and Diana Constantine had the goals for the Lady Rams.
Broadalbin-Perth remained part of the four-way chase for the Foothills title, going to 9-2-0 with a 6-0 victory over Hudson Falls.
Katie Herba scored three goals and assisted on another for the 2011 Class B finalists, who also got goals form Heather Cheney, Logan Koubek and Cassidy Washburn.
Glens Falls and Gloversville played to a 7-7 draw. St. John’s University-bound senior Miranda Haraughty scored six goals for Glens Falls, giving her 32 for the season and 129 for her career.
Chanel Thomas scored four goals for the Lady Dragons, and Caroline Batyka had the other three. Gloversville had scored just eight goals in its previous12 games this season.
Wasaren League champion Hoosick Falls, last year’s state Class C co-champion, went to 12-0-0 with two league games left by downing Tamarac, 6-1.
Jordyn Haynes and Grace Delurey both scored three goals for the Lady Panthers.
Halle King had the Tamarac goal.
Madaline Nevins had two goals and an assist as Schuylerville beat winless Granville, 7-0, in the Wasaren. Marissa McCarty added a goal and assist for the 7-3-3 Black Horses.
Greenwich got to .500 in the Wasaren by battling Hoosic Valley to a 0-0 draw. Courtney Harrington made 10 saves for the 5-5-2 Witches. Samantha Carlo had 15 saves for the 7-2-2 Lady Indians.
Hannah Brackett scored two goals, and assisted on four others, leading Voorheesville past Fonda-Fultonville, 8-0, in the Colonial Council.
Ashley Lefebvre scored four goals, helping Waterford-Halfmoon beat Heatly, 6-0, in the Central Hudson Valley League/
Alexis McCulloch and Abby Fountain both added a goal and assist.
Caroline Weiss added a pair of goals for the Lady Blackbirds.
Elise Giordano had all of Doane Stuart’s goals in a 3-0 win over Renssealer in the CHVL.
TOSCANO, PANTHERS HOT
Dylan Toscano and Mayfield remained red-hot as Toscano picked up four goals as the Panthers beat Fort Plain, 5-0, in the Western Athletic Conference.
The win was the third this week for the Panthers, who play Catholic Central tonight in the finals of the Mayfield Tournament.
Mayfield is 8-3-0, 9-3-0 after losing its first three games. Toscano has scored 10 goals this week, 13 in his team’s last four.
Matt Chase had the other goal, and Josh Ivancic had three assists. Fort Plain, which could have wrapped up the Central Division title, fell to 7-2-2.
Northern Division leader Galway went to 9-1-0 with a 5-0 victory over Canajoharie.
Casey Mello had a goal and assist, with Taylor Hartman, Andrew Izzo, Zachary Hartman and Josh Bailey all getting a goal.
Tai Aderounmu scored three goals, and Kenny Adournmu added a pair as Mekeel Christian Academy downed St. Johnsville, 6-1.
Sean King had the other goal for the 8-1-0 Lions. Brandon Campione scored for the 5-6-0 Saints.
Tyler Henderson had a pair of goals as Northville topped Sharon Springs, 6-2.
Skyler Bruce, Jimmy Grega, Brad VanNostrand and Nick Jonas had the other goals for the 6-3-2, 8-3-2 Falcons.
Nick Roach and Vernon Kennedy had the Spartans’ goals.
Cody Kostrebski had a pair of goals to lead South Glens Falls past Gloversville, 5-0, in the Foothills Council.
Luke VanDixhorn and Rick Buser both contributed a goal and assist.
Clark Wooley and Heath Armstrong got the goals as Glens Falls edged Johnstown, 2-1, in another Foothills game.
Elijah Hill scored the goal for the Sir Bills.
Anna Torri and Kate Batzinger notched goals, and Emiliy King picked up the shutout in goal as Niskayuna beat Shaker, 2-0, to improve to 11-1 in the Suburban Council and 12-1 overall.
Carrie Hanks picked up an assist for the Silver Warriors.
Saratoga Springs (11-2) stayed one game behind Niskayuna with a 2-1 victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.
Megan Leanza and Maclaine Matties scored the goals for the Blue Streaks. Leanza and Alyssa Williams were credited with assists, and Sam Geills stopped 10 shots in goal.
For 7-5 Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Aubrey Campilla scored the goal on an assist from Amy LaBelle, and Brittany Ryan registered seven saves.
Anna Bottino and Anna Branch tallied two goals apice in Shenendehowa’s 5-2 victory over Columbia.
Nicole daCunha also scored for 10-4 Shenendehowa, while Caroline Cady, Emily Frasier and Morgan Van Epps picked up assists. Jen Scuderi made six saves.
Helena Masiello and Eileen Abbott had a goal each, and Nicole Kirby made eight saves for 3-9 Columbia.
Bethlehem Central crushed Guilderland, 5-0, as Jordan Brazis-Eberle and Erin Landy each notched a pair of goals.
Molly Higgins added a goal and an assist for Bethlehem, while Sydney Shaw picked up two assists for the 6-5, 8-6 Eagles. Guilderland fell to 1-13.
In a non-league match, Mount Anthony defeated Emma Willard, 1-0, in overtime.
Makayla Farrara scored at 3:20 of the extra session on an assist from Amelia Cummings, and Leah Holland turned back seven shots for Mount Anthony (9-5).
Zoe McGuire had six saves for 7-1 Emma Willard.
Chelsea Cucci and Emiliy Orminski combined for 31 service points, and Emily Zawisa added seven kills to lift Galway (9-1, 12-1) over Middleburgh, 25-7, 25-16, 25-17, in the Western Athletic Conference.
Shania Marotta’s four kills and Shyla Hinkley’s four blocks topped the Knights.
Janie Frank produced 12 kills, and Anne Nelson added 16 service points as Mekeel Christian Academy stopped Fort Plain, 20-25, 25-23, 26-24, 25-17.
Fort Plain was led by Emily Potter’s seen kills.
Ali Blyth put down 14 kills to go along with six blocks, and Brianna Borst and Beth Cornell combined for 30 kills as Schoharie outlasted Canajoharie, 18-25, 25-19, 22-25, 25-23, 25-12.
Shyanna Logan had 14 kils and eight aces, and Abby Dearwester produced nine kills and 10 service points for the Cougars.
Bayley Archinal and Jordan Bernardo notched six kills apiece, and Katie Ressel contributed nine assists in Amsterdam’s 25-7, 25-8, 25-9 Big 10 victory over Bishop Maginn.
Troy used 17 combined serivice points and seven kils from Riley Martin and Katelyn Kasmier to beat Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons, 25-19, 25-19, 20-25, 26-28, 25-12.
Siobhan Msucanelli and Cassie Nosal registered nine and eight kills, respectively, for the 7-3, 10-4 Golden Knights. Emily Brown chipped in with 29 assists. Troy improved to 7-1 and 7-3.
Caroline Goffin’s six blocks and Kathrine Aker’s five aces sparked Scotia-Glenville (2-8, 2-9) to a 25-18, 25-20, 26-24 triumph over Glens Falls in the Foothills Council.
In the Colonial Council, freshman Bailey Kross and Micaela Bullis each pounded nine kills, and Katie Boswick produced 23 assists and 18 service points in Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk’s 25-9, 25-2, 25-11 win over Cohoes.
The Indians improved to 13-1 and 16-1.
SPARTANS TOP STREAKS
Ben Keppler registered eight kills, and Cody Pearce added 13 assists as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake stopped Saratoga Springs, 25-11, 25-13, 25-13.
The Spartans are 11-3 in the Suburban Council and 16-4 overall.
Jake Sewell had seven kills and four blocks for 0-14 Saratoga Springs.
Guilderland defeated Colonie, 25-21, 29-27, 25-17.
Behind senior setter Tyler Ostrowski (five kills, four digs, 23 assists), junior outside hitter Logan Suguitan (four aces) and senior outside hitter Austin Jensen (four aces), Shenendehowa bounced Columbia, 25-17, 25-19, 25-15.