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High schools: Daly's overtime goal sparks Blue Streaks

Wednesday, September 25, 2013
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Ethan Daly’s overtime goal gave Saratoga Springs a 3-2 win over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake in a boys’ Suburban Council soccer game Tuesday.

The Blue Streaks picked up their second win of the season as Will Turner and Chris Perez also scored goals. Matt Nocito had both goals for the 3-4-1 Spartans.

Niskayuna and Shenendehowa, the top two teams in the Suburban North, played to a 1-1 draw. Tyler Hanft scored for 5-1-1 Niskayuna before the 6-0-1 Plainsmen pulled even on a Niskayuna own goal.

Shaker beat Ballston Spa, 6-0, in the other SC North game.

Kledis Capollari, Keegan Ciaschetti and Jack Hanlon came up with goals as Guilderland (5-2-0) downed Averill Park, 3-1, in an SC South contest.

Josh Lionarons had the Warriors’ goal.

Bethlehem remained atop the SC South with a 5-0 victory over Columbia. Eamonn Conway and Matt Henning both had two goals for the 6-1-0 Eagles.

Paolino Curto, Matteo Curto and Selmir Sasic all scored a goal to give Colonie a 3-0 win over Mohonasen.

Dami Osofisan had two goals in each half as Albany Academy rolled past Fonda-Fultonville, 10-0, in the Colonial Council. The Cadets have won four in a row to get to 4-2-0.

Vince Grecco’s three second half goals lifted Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk past Mechanicville, 4-1. Miles Lukens gave the Indians an early lead, with Mechanicville tying it on a Colby DeMarco goal.

Nial Coughlin’s goal in the first overtime gave LaSalle a 1-0 win over Schenectady in the Big 10.

Ryan Heslin’s pair of goals helped Catholic Central double up CBA, 4-2, in the Big 10.

Andrew Comiskey, Connor McCrea, Zach Michaud and Quintin Cahrenger all contributed a goal as Waterford-Halfmoon beat Berlin, 4-1, to get to 5-0-0 in the Central Hudson Valley League.

Blake Rock’s three goals pushed Loudonville Christian School past Heatly, 6-0, in the CHVL.

Girls’ soccer

BH WINS

Morgan Burchhardt assisted on goals by Casey Doherty and Meghan Malone as Burnt Hills edged Saratoga, 2-1, to square its Suburban record at 4-4-0 after a 1-3-0 start.

Saratoga (3-3-1) saw its winning streak end at three.

Katie Becker’s goal with 14 minutes to play gave Guilderland a 1-0 success at Averill Park. The Lady Dutch improved to 7-1-0.

Kate Essepian and Julia Lennon both scored goals as Shaker got past Ballston Spa, 2-1. Katie Smith had the Ballston Spa goal.

Olivia Miranda and Autumn Fetterolf had goals as Bethlehem topped Columbia, 2-1. The Lady Eagles had lost their two previous games.

Keara LaFountain had two goals, and McKenzie Bowie added another, as Mechanicville shut out Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, 3-0, in the Colonial Council.

Mechanicville which started

2-0, then lost three in a row, is

5-3-0. Teller Wood made 15 saves for Ravena.

Eighth-grader Molly Older fired in four goals as unbeaten Schalmont topped Voorheesville, 6-1.

Bianca Mascitelli and Rachel Strijek also added goals, and both Madeline Saccocio and Julie Rossi had a pair of assists.

Kylie Gifford scored two goals, and Katie Herba added a goal and set up one of Gifford’s scores, as Broadalbin-Perth opened a 3-0 lead and beat Scotia-Glenville, 3-1, in the Foothills Council.

Maddy Carroll got the Lady Tartans’ goal.

Gabrielle Kappein’s three goals helped South Glens Falls top Glens Falls, 5-1; and Brittany LaPlant scored four goals, giving the 10th-grader 31 on the season and 105 for her career, as FC leader Queensbury beat Gloversville, 6-0.

Alexis Riffelbach’s two goals helped Catholic Central blank Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville, 5-0, in a non-league game.

Girls’ volleyball

spartans beat streaks

Jessica Dillon assisted on 29 points and added a pair of aces to lift Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake past Saratoga Springs in a Suburban Council match pitting top North Division teams.

Natalie Schurman had seven kills and 10 digs in the Spartans’ 25-17, 25-15, 25-17 win, which left them 8-0 in the SC and 11-2 overall.

Sophie Levine totaled 11 kills for the Blue Streaks (6-2, 7-3), and Nora Peppel contributed four kills and two aces.

Jackie Kindlon served five aces and led Averill Park’s defense with 38 digs in a 25-17, 25-23, 18-25, 25-14 victory over Guilderland.

Katie Ludder had six kills and 24 digs for Averill Park (4-3, 5-3), and Hannah Middleton also had six kills with three aces. Becca Strawbel had seven kills for Guilderland (2-6), and Jess VanDoren had 12 assists.

Haley Hindes delivered 10 kills, and Aimee Spilman had 34 assists and nine digs in Columbia’s 25-16, 23-25, 25-20, 25-17 triumph over Bethlehem.

Justine Torre had seven kills, six blocks and four aces as the Blue Devils (6-3) continued their bid for the SC South Division title.

Sarah Del Vecchio collected seven kills, and Paris Garrell had five kills and four blocks as Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons improved to 5-1 in the Big 10 with a 25-23, 25-22, 25-15 win at Schenectady.

Emily Brown had 18 assists for the Golden Knights, and Caroline Bouchard came away with 14 points and nine digs. Tanaia Medley paced Schenectady (4-2) with nine points, three aces and 13 digs.

Shyanna Logan served 11 aces among her 23 points, and Logan and Frankie Nare shared team honors with seven kills apiece in Canajoharie’s 25-18, 25-17, 25-20 Western Athletic Conference win over Mekeel Christian Academy.

Madeline Cole served four aces and Abbey Dearwester had 14 assists for the Cougars (8-1). Jacqueline Cummings and Mackenzie Islip both had 11 points and Clare Nelson added nine for the Lions.

Gloversville beat Mayfield in a non-league match, 33-31, 22-25, 26-24, 25-11.

For Gloversville (5-1 Foothills, 7-1 overall), Jenna Putnam had 26 assists, nine kills, and three aces. while Katlyn Pierce and Ana Kroup added 16 and nine kills, respectively.

Field hockey

jesters rally

Emma Willard scored four unanswered goals in the second half to upend Germantown, 4-1, and remain unbeaten in the Patroon Conference.

Olivia Gundrum sparked the second-half rally with two goals and two assists, Sarah Rapoport and Hannah Christian both notched a goal for the Jesters (4-0, 6-2), and Emaan Effendi and Katie Williams both added an assist.

Alex Braidt scored in the first half for Germantown.

 
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