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High schools: McKenna, Stuart lead Scotia to 14-0 win

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
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Alyssa McKenna hit her second home run of the season, and Ali Stuart belted a three-run triple as unbeaten Scotia-Glenville blanked Gloversville, 14-0, in a Foothills Council softball game Tuesday.

Zoe Purvis threw a three-hitter, struck out 12 and went 4-for-4 for 6-0, 7-0 Scotia. Lauren Melanson added three hits and two RBI, and Ashley O’Neill hit a double and single.

Mallory Baldwin had a triple among her three hits as Johnstown beat Broadalbin-Perth, 13-9, for its first win of the season.

Lauren Mahar threw a three-hitter and went over 400 career strikeouts by whiffing 12, as Schalmont beat Cobleskill-Richmondville, 7-4, in the Colonial Council.

Mahar also hit a two-run double as Schalmont went to 7-1, 8-2.

Kristina Auty and Sydney Benton both hit a triple and drove in a run to help Mayfield get past Galway, 7-5, in the Western Athletic Conference,

Shelby Suits knocked in two of the Galway runs.

Bailey Wood had a pair of hits, and Middleburgh got out to a 7-0 lead in beating Berne-Knox-Westerlo, 11-2, in the WAC.

Emma Downing went 6-for-6 with a pair of doubles, and both Meagan Sullivan and Addison Myers had three hits and drove in two runs as Bethlehem bested Shaker, 20-9, in the Suburban Council.

Troy clinched a tie for the Big 10 title with an 11-1 victory over Albany, as Alina Germinerio hit a solo homer and finished with three RBI. Kaitlin DelSignore finished with a single, double and triple, Destiny Weirzbiecki drove in two runs and Jennie Heyward had two hits for 8-0, 10-1 Troy.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 14,

GLOVERSVILLE 0

Scotia 143 213 0 — 14 14 0

Gloversville 000 000 0 —  0  3 0

Z.Purvis and Melanson; Stuart, Washburn (6) and Pierce.

JOHNSTOWN 13,

BROADALBIN-PERTH 9

Broad,-Perth 700 2 —  9 4 4

Johnstown 215 33 — 13 8 1

COLONIAL COUNCIL

SCHALMONT 7,

COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE 4

Schalmont 300 030 1 — 7 5 4

Coble.-Rich. 001 030 0 — 4 3 1

Mahar and Dillenbeck; Weingarten and Roberts.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

MAYFIELD 7, GALWAY 5

Mayfield 010 040 2 — 7 5 2

Galway 101 110 1 — 5 9 4

Costa and Benton; Snyder, Schwab (6) and Larocca.

MIDDLEBURGH 11,

BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 2

Middleburgh 340 040 0 — 11 5

BKW 001 001 0 —  2 7

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

BETHLEHEM 20, SHAKER 9

Bethlehem 465 111 2 — 20 21 2

Shaker 323 001 0 —  9 10 3

Sullivan, Downing (3) and Rarick; LaMarche, Scott (1), Greene (4) and Didio.

BIG 10

TROY 11, ALBANY 1

Albany 000 010 0 —  1  5 2

Troy 611 120 x — 11 14 0

Miller and Andrews; Bowen and Hallett.

Boys’ lacrosse

Plainsmen prevail

Pat Coll registered four goals and a pair of assists as Shenendehowa got past Shaker, 11-5, in a Suburban Council game.

Pete Sacks added a pair of goals for the Plainsmen. Liam King had four goals for Shaker.

Reed Avedutti had three goals, and Lucas Quinn finished with a pair of goals and two assists as Niskayuna ran past Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 19-2. The Silver Warriors are 7-0 in the league and 9-1 overall.

Aidan Murphy scored three goals and assisted on two more to get CBA past Schenectady, 15-4, in the Big 10.

Erick Aldas had three of Schenedctady’s goals, and James Schnepf made 17 saves for the Patriots.

Matt Balter’s four goals helped Albany Academy edge Queesbury, 8-7, in a non-league contest.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

NISKAYUNA 19,

BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 2

Niskayuna 8 6 2 3 — 19

Burnt Hills 0 1 1 0 —  1

Niskayuna scoring: Aiden O’Brien 1-3, Ryan Lawson 1-2, Reed Avedutti 3-0, Lucas Quinn 2-2, Jon Prendergast 2-0, Dylan Pantelone 1-0, Evan Maloney 1-0, Will Materk 1-0, Tom Horan 2-0, Evan Maloney 1-0, Aiden Byrne 1-0, Sam Kaplan 2-0, Mike D’Amario 1-1. Burnt Hills scoring: Will Clark 2-0.

Goaltenders: Niskayuna, Nick Testa, 6 saves; Jake Lynch, 3 saves; Dustin Goldstock, 3 saves. Burnt Hills, Jake Henk, 19 saves.

SHENENDEHOWA 11, SHAKER 5

Shenendehowa 2 1 7 1 — 11

Shaker 0 2 1 2 —  5

Shenendehowa scoring: Pat Coll 4-2, Pete Sacks 2-0, Matt Taft 1-1, Rob Morrissey 1-0, Dakota Rainville 1-0, Kyle Marr 1-0, Mitch Turiel 1-0. Shaker scoring: Liam King 4-0, Brendan Shields 1-2, Mark Calicchia 0-2.

Goaltenders: Shenendehowa, Ben Robbins, 7 saves. Shaker: Christian Schupp, 12 saves.

BIG 10

CBA 15, SCHENECTADY 4

Schenectady 1 1 0 2 —  4

CBA 4 5 5 1 — 15

Schenectady scoring: Erick Aldas 3-0, Kevin Canty 1-1, Mike Moore 0-1. CBA scoring: Ryan O’Hagan 3-0, Dan Vivian 2-3, Aidan Murphy 2-3, Jack Zilgme 3-0, Jack Ladd 2-1, Sean Messick 1-0, Chris Willox 1-1, Greh Discipio 0-1.

Goaltenders: Schenectady, James Schnepf, 17 saves. CBA, Tim O’Connell, 5 saves; Wacksman, 6 saves.

NON-LEAGUE

ALBANY ACADEMY 8, QUEENSBURY 7

Albany Academy 1 4 2 1 — 8

Queensbury 3 1 2 1 — 7

Albany Academy scoring: Matt Balter 4-0, Maurice Tessier 2-2, Josh Egan 1-0, Niko Szelest 1-0, Shawn Knowlton 0-1, Sean Phillips 0-1. Queensbury scoring: Ben Willows 3-0, Mike Carpenter 2-0, Aidan Switzer 1-0, Kolin Kristel 1-0, Braden Keitzman 0-3, Rob Pollaro 0-1.

Goaltenders: Albany Academy, Sasha Muldowney, 9 saves. Queensbury, Ted Nolan, 18 saves.

Girls’ lacrosse

Niskayuna posts win

Catherine Sexton’s three goals led a balanced attack as Niskayuna edged Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 12-10, in the Suburban Council.

Nicole Beardsley of Burnt Hills was the game’s high scorer with six goals.

Emily Conway (four goals) and Kaylee Rickert (three goals, three assists) powered Bethlehem past Colonie, 13-0.

Gabby Childrose struck for eight goals, and Helena Masiello and Shannon Ryan had a hand in 15 goals between them, as Columbia bested Averill Park, 19-9.

GIRLS

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

NISKAYUNA 12,

BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 10

Niskayuna 3 7 — 10

Burnt Hills 5 7 — 12

Niskayuna scoring: Catherine Sexton 2-0. Ellie Petraccione 2-0, Brianna Sacks 2-0, Jillian Macri 2-0, Anna Picardi 2-0, Alexa Franze 1-0. Burnt Hills scoring: Nicole Beardsley 6-1, Mackenzie LeVan 2-1, Emliy Ankabrandt 1-0, Haly Schultz 1-0.

Goaltenders: Niskayuna, Asa Goldstock, 5 saves. Burnt Hills, Lexie Ball, 12 saves.

BETHLEHEM 13, COLONIE 0

Colonie 0 0 —  0

Bethlehem 8 5 — 13

Bethlehem scoring: Emily Conway 4-0, Kaylkee Rickert 3-3, Natalie Cook 3-2, Sophia Calabrese 1-0, Maeve Owens 1-0, Kathryn Sancilio 1-0.

Goaltenders: Colonie, not reported. Bethlehem, SienaMarcelle, 4 saves; Mary Kate McDonough, 4 saves.

COLUMBIA 19, AVERILL PARK 9

Columbia 11 8 —19

Averill Park 3 6 — 9

Columbia scoring: Gabby Childrose 8-1, Helena Masiello 5-3, Shannon Ryan 3-4, Caroline Hirt 1-0, Jackie McGlynn 1-0, Molly Tesoriero 1-0. Averill Park scoring: Caitlin O’Shea 4-2, Megan Lettko 2-0, Mckenzie Milkin 1-0, Sofi Sorriento 1-0, Emma Reitano 1-0.

Goaltenders: Columbia, Samantha Gladd, 11 saves. Averill Park, Taylor Clement, 3 saves. Moggan Minkler, 4 saves.

Baseball

Hall tosses one-hitter

Baylee Hall threw a one-hitter as Fonda-Fultonville blanked Voorheesville, 6-0, in a five-inning, rain-shortened Colonial Council game.

Zak Shaw tripled, singled and drove in a pair of runs for the 3-3, 5-3 Braves, who also got a 3-for-3 effort from Brandon Baker.

Mike Hennessy singled for the 5-4 Blackbirds, who were one-hit for the second straight day.

Trevor Franseconi went 2-for-4 with a double and pair of RBI to get Albany Academy past Cobleskill-Richmondville, 9-2.

Sean Dempsey added a 2-for-3 game for the 5-1, 6-1 Cadets.

Kyle Pentak threw a four-hitter with 14 strikeouts and drove in five runs, leading Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk past Watervliet, 16-2.

Andrew Rouse tripled and doubled, and Ben Cranker hit three singles as Amsterdam beat Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons, 19-4, in the Big 10. Joe Dobkowski hit a pair of doubles for the Knights.

Sean Egan led off the bottom of the ninth inning with a double, and scored the winning run as Shaker edged Bethlehem, 4-3, in the Suburban Council.

Dave Maurio had four hits and four RBI, and A.J. Wells drove in three runs, leading Glens Falls past Gloversville, 16-8, in the Foothills Council.

Austin Lucci and Ben Chase both had two RBI for Gloversville.

Taylor Hartman drove in Tyler Goergen with a base hit to tie the game in the seventh inning, and Zach Hartman scored on a wild pitch to give Galway a 5-4, win over Mayfield in the Western Athletic Conference.

Galway freshman Nathan Schrader needed one pitch to strand two Mayfield runners in the top of the seventh.

COLONIAL COUNCIL

FONDA0-FULTONVILLE 6,

VOORHEESVILLE 0

Fonda 032 10 — 6 7 1

Voorheesville 000 00 — 0 1 3

Hall and Sinocropi; Hennessy, Payne (2), Conway (3), Foley (4) and Minnick.

ALBANY ACADEMY 9,

COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE 2

Coble.-Rich. 000 100 1 — 2 4 5

Albany Academy 210 213 x — 9 7 1

Consalvo and Campbell; Hartigan, Knapek (7) and Dempsey, Pasquini.

RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 16,

WATERVLIET 2

Ravena 102 714 1 — 16 13 0

Watervliet 020 000 0 —  2  4 4

Pentak and Ducatte; McComber, Guadette (4) and Sierra.

BIG 10

AMSTERDAM 19,

NOTRE DAME-BISHOP GIBBONS 3

Amsterdam 341 56 — 19 15 1

Bishop Gibbons 000 22 —  4  4 3

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

SHAKER 4, BETHLEHEM 3

Bethlehem 100 200 000 — 3 5 2

Shaker 000 210 001 — 4 4 2

Costello and Rooney; Gavin, Polsinello (8) and Cassillo.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

GLENS FALLS 16, GLOVERSVILLE 8

Gloversville 300 050 0 —  8  6 3

Glens Falls 401 137 x — 16 15 4

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

GALWAY 5, MAYFIELD 4

Mayfield 110 002 0 — 4 9 3

Galway 200 000 3 — 5 7 2

Gates and Yager; T.Hartman and Goergen.

NON-LEAGUE

WATERFORD-HALFMOON 9,

COHOES 6

Cohoes 101 100 3 — 6 4 5

Waterford 050 310 x — 9 4 4

 
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