Bailey scores four for Galway in WAC win
Josh Bailey scored all four goals for the Galway boys’ soccer team in a 4-1 Western Athletic Conference win over Mayfield on Wednesday.
Bailey had three unassisted goals by halftime, then added another on a direct kick in the 55th minute. Mayfield’s Jordan Ryder scored in the 75th minute to help the Panthers avoid the shutout.
Sam Abbot’s first varsity goal was the eventual winner as Berne-Knox-Westerlo beat Duanesburg, 3-0.
Abbott scored with 13:11 left in the game to put the Bulldogs ahead, 1-0. He then assisted on Tate Repsher’s goal. Nick Nagengast also scored, and Trevor Hack had two saves for 1-0 BKW. Zach Wissenbach made 12 saves for the Eagles (0-1).
Schoharie topped Middleburgh, 2-0, on goals from James Sacket and William Vedder. Sacket finished off a ball young Middleburgh keeper Austin Smith couldn’t corral after a save in the 14th minute. Vedder scored on a header to finish a cross from Tanner Stone.
St. Johnsville topped Sharon Springs, 7-0, with two goals apiece from Tristan Engle and Johnny Vicciarelli, Vicciarelli adding an assist.
Kyle Smith and Kody Brown both had a goal and two assists. Rickey Jasewicz made 13 saves for the shutout.
Scotia-Glenville beat Queensbury, 1-0, with 5:11 left in the second overtime of their Foothills Council matchup. Connor Flaherty sent a through ball to Country Moran for the finish.
Broadalbin-Perth and South Glens Falls tied, 1-1, thanks to the Patriots’ Ben Bellandi scoring in the closing seconds of regulation. Kyle Ogden scored for South Glens Falls, and Joshua Hay had nine saves for the Bulldogs.
Glens Falls got goals from Nate Didio and Heath Armstrong to beat Gloversville, 2-1, in their league-opener.
The Dragons got a goal from Adam Sleezer.
A hat trick of hat tricks lifted Albany Academy past Cobleskill-Richmondville, 12-3, in a Colonial Council match. John Moutopoulos and Jordan Newton both had three goals, while Dami Osofisan added another four. Cobleskill’s Zack Haskin, Kurtis Jannson and Chris Conrad scored in the loss.
Voorheesville’s Kevin Clark and Manny Wiest scored in the second half to lift the Blackbirds past Fonda-Fultonville, 3-2. Luke Gorka scored in the first half for Voorheesville. The Braves got goals from Tom Dwyer and Joe Fox, while Tyler Folmsbee made 19 saves.
In the Adirondack League, Fort Ann posted a 7-0 win over Hadley-Luzerne, getting three goals and a pair of assists from George Lehoisky.
Nick Lehoisky added two goals and an assist, and goalkeeper Zack White earned his first varsity shutout with five saves. Nick Lehoisky and Garrett Bailey scored their first career goals.
In non-league action, Tamarac shut out Saratoga Central Cath-olic, 4-0, with five saves from Brady McMurtry. Aidan Glynn scored twice.
Martin leads BKW
Berne-Knox-Westerlo scored a 3-1 Western Athletic Conference win over Duanesburg, getting a pair of goals from Delaney Martin.
Sarah Abbot also scored for the Bulldogs, while the Eagles’ tally came from Stephanie Rice.
Galway’s Maddy Moore set up both her team’s goals with crosses in a 2-0 win over Mayfield. She set up Erica Chase with 18 minutes to play in the first half, then Kelly Phillips with 14:41 left in the game. Rebekah Reichard made 16 saves for the shutout.
Jennifer Little made 19 saves for the Panthers.
Mekeel Christian Academy tied Northville, 1-1, with the Lions getting an unassisted goal from Macie Holmes and the Falcons scoring on Mary Ryan’s direct kick.
St. Johnsville’s Meghan Clarke scored twice as the Saints beat Sharon Springs, 2-0.
Leann Knapp made five saves in the shutout, while Sharon Springs got 10 saves from Alexis VanArsdale.
Canajoharie won a back-and-forth matchup with Fort Plain, 4-3. Fort Plain’s Makaila Bates answered each of the Cougars’ first three goals, but found no answer for the last, Bri Slater’s second strike of the game, which came with 10:05 left to play.
Kara Schwab and Jenelle Dillenbeck both scored for Canajoharie.
Jenna Barnynt made 13 saves for Fort Plain.
Hoosic Valley beat Lake George, 7-1, in the Hoosic Valley Tourn-ament, getting a pair of goals apiece from Cassidy Chapko, Sydney Fitzpatrick and Lauren Madigan.
Chapko added two assists, and Fitzpatrick had one.
Molly Shaw scored for Lake George.
Also in the Hoosic Valley Tourn-ament, Catholic Central’s Madison Purcell and Alexis Riffelbach both scored twice in a 5-2 win over Middleburgh.
Middleburgh’s Taylor Cater scored twice, and Meghan Hag-adorn made 16 saves.
Cobleskill-Richmondville beat Albany Academy, 4-1, in a Colonial Council game on Tuesday, getting a pair of goals from both Maggie Tryon and Morgan Loder, Loder adding an assist.
Albany Academy’s goal came from Gabriel Guzman.
Tanaia Medley’s 13 service points and four kills lifted Schenectady over Bishop Maginn, 25-7, 25-13, 25-6, in a girls’ Big 10 match.
Tara Riley contributed 12 service points, and Kristen St. Andrews and Nicole St. Onge added six each for the Patriots.
In another Big 10 match, Brayleigh Hanlon dominated the net with five kills as Troy beat Catholic Central, 25-15, 25-19, 25-15.
Rachel Eaton (seven assists, three kills) and Riley Martin (six aces) pitched in for the Flying Horses, while Claire Herubin (four kills, nine digs) and Taylor Wilk (10 digs) led the Crusaders.
Cassie Nosal’s 11 kills and five blocks led the way in Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons’ 25-19, 25-16, 25-16 win over Albany.
Kim Fox contributed 14 service points, and Ejada Montgomery produced 10 service points and six digs for the Golden Knights, who also got 16 assists and four digs from Emily Brown.
In the Foothills Council, Jenna Putnam’s 17 assists, five kills and seven aces led Gloversville over Scotia-Glenville, 25-18, 25-12, 25-7.
Christina Pavlosky (15 assists), Alex Bielli (nine kills) and Katlyn Pierce (eight kills, four blocks) also excelled for Gloversville.
Annie Stock put down 26 kills to go along with 10 digs and 14 service points as Johnstown surged past Broadalbin-Perth, 22-25, 25-19, 25-19, 25-14.
Zara Hyde and Jerica Holland combined for 40 assists, 12 kills and 15 digs, while Elizabeth Hayward chipped in with 16 digs and six kills for the Lady Bills.
Jake Dube produced 13 kills, 10 assists and eight aces to help Guilderland defeat Columbia, 25-19, 25-8, 25-18, in a Suburban Council match.
Nick Schwartz (five kills, 14 assists, five aces) and Jake Groezinger (13 aces) were other top players for the Dutchmen.
Bethlehem stopped Niskayuna, 25-14, 25-8, 25-21, behind Kevin Mahar’s 15 assists.
John Sica and Drew Duguid combined for 11 kills for the 2-0 Eagles. The Silver Warriors dropped to 0-2.
Shaker rallied past Mohonasen, 21-25, 25-23, 21-25, 26-24, 25-13.
Behind Javar Burch’s eight kills and two blocks, Colonie beat Sar-atoga Springs, 25-17, 25-23, 28-26.
John Torino handed out 10 assists, and Zach Lasky produced three kills and 17 digs for the Garnet Raiders.
Setter Devin Sandman had 26 assists and two blocks, Dan Symer contributed 12 kills and two blocks, and Geoff Putman combined with Jon Weaver for 18 kills to propel Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake past Shenendehowa, 25-17, 25-23, 24-26, 25-20.
Senior Ryan McSwiggin had 11 kills, Josh Olsen put down seven kills and Tyler Ostrowski had 30 assists for Shenendehowa.