Girls’ soccer: Burnt Hills rolls
Morgan Burchhardt scored a pair of goals, and Emily Ankabrandt had a goal and assist as Burnt Hills beat Colonie, 6-1, in its biggest offensive output of the season.
Skye Kaler, Krissy Bikowicz and Alyssa Hughes also scored goals for the 3-3-0 Lady Spartans. Emma VanVorst and Carly Finn both assisted on two goals.
Meaghan Doyle continued to put the ball in the net for Niskayuna, getting three more goals in a 6-0 win over Averill Park. The 11th-grader has scored in every game for the 6-0-0 Lady Silver Warriors, and has a dozen for the season.
Anka Parzych added a goal and two assists, and Liz Farley had two goals for Niskayuna. Parzych also has scored in all six games for Niskayuna.
Five different players had goals as Guilderland (3-2-1) shut out Ballston Spa, 5-0.
Jess Capone, Michaela Bianca, Rebecca Goldermann, Emma Oliver and Lizzy Gareau all had a goal, and Jenna Cubello had eight saves for the Lady Dutch.
Shenendehowa posted its fifth straight shutout since a season-opening 3-1 loss to Niskayuna, beating Mohonasen, 2-0.
Kristen Connors and Nicole Forchelli came up with the goals as the Lady Plainsmen improved to 4-1-1.
Ellery Bianco scored a goal, then assisted on a Taylor Camoin score` as Saratoga Springs knocked off Bethlehem, 2-0.
Carley Slade made nine saves for the Lady Blue Streaks. Katie Nickles came up with 10 saves for the 5-2-0 Lady Eagles, who lost for the second time in as many days.
Julia Lennon’s goal got Shaker a 1-0 win over Columbia. Gabby Cotugno made five saves to get the shutout.
Tori Marotta ripped home a free kick eight minutes into the second half as Broadalbin-Perth edged South Glens Falls, 1-0, in the Foothills Council.
Rachel Orapello had to make only two saves as the Lady Patriots, last fall’s Class B runner-up, beat the 2011 Class A runner-up. Both teams are 4-1-0 in the league.
Unbeaten Scotia-Glenville took over the Foothills lead, going to 5-0 with a 7-0 victory at Gloversville.
Sophie Constantino had two goals and two assists, giving her nine goals for the season. Max Culhane added a goal and assist, and Morgan Bailey, Grace Marola, freshman Abby O’Connor and Alaina Adams all had a goal. Constantino and Culhane have scored in all five games for the Lady Tartans.
Schalmont conceded its first goal of the season, but remained unbeaten with an 11-1 victory over Cohoes in the Colonial Council.
Alexandra Cardinal led the way with three goals, with both Diana DiCocco and Rachael Gac added two goals. Rachel Cardinal, Ciara Vitallo, Madeline Saccocio and Allie Gallo had the other goals for the reigning state Class B champions.
Megan Loiselle scored for Cohoes.
Kristine Bianchi scored the winner in OT as Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk edged Fonda-Fultonville, 2-1, in the Colonial Council.
Kendra Leonardo of the Lady Indians, and Fonda’s Cassie Egelston scored goals in regulation.
Lexi Fredricks, Dory Fitzpatrck, Kait Nadeau and Meg Finnen had the goals as Lansingburgh (4-1-1) doubled up Watervliet, 4-2.
Shelby Dugan and Ailayia Demand had the Lady Cannoneers’ goals.
Grace DeLurey and Jordyn Haynes had the goals as Hoosick Falls got past Tamarac, 2-1, in the Wasaren League.
Halle King scored for the Lady Bengals.
Corrina Collins, Nicole Soultanian and Erin Foley came up with goals as Stillwater beat Cambridge, 3-1. Lillian Snyder had the Cambridge goal.
Abby Fountain had four goals to lead Waterford-Halfmoon past Heatly, 7-1, in the Central Hudson Valley League. Ashley Lefebvre added a pair of goals for the Lady Fordians.
Nicole Kitajewski and Natalie Kiley-Bergen scored goals as Emma Willard edged New Lebanon, 2-1, in the CHVL. Demery Weeks scored the New Lebanon goal.