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Sunday, January 5, 2014
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Freddy Pechette of Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk went 3-0 with three pins to win the 145-pound weight class in the Jamie Mormile Memorial Tournament to help the host team win the tournament with 174 points.

Pechette pinned Catskill’s Caleb Davies in the finals in 3:59. The middleweight most outstanding wrestler, he was one of three

champions and six finalists for Ravena.

Logan Kunkle won at 220, pinning Red Hook’s Ben Zitz in 1:27. He also went 3-0 with three pins. At 285, Kyle Powell won a 3-0 decision over Colonie’s Noah Fyan to finish 3-0 on the day with two pins. John Rue (113), Naphtali Steward (182) and Patrick Peters (195) were runners-up.

Tamarac was second in the team standings with 161 points and two champions, Logan Brunick (138) and Connor Tuttle (160).

Anthony Sgorrano of South Glens Falls was the lightweight MOW, going 3-0 with three pins, each of them coming in under a minute.

The trio of wins took Sgorrano a grand total of 1:37 of work. South Glens Falls finished third in the standings, also getting a championship from Zack Morris (132).

The heavyweight MOW was Maple Hill’s Jeremy Morris (182), who totaled three pins on the day, the last coming at 5:57 in the finals against Steward.

Schalmont runner-up

Schalmont sent six grapplers to the finals at the Greg Rockwood Memorial Tournament, collecting three championships and finishing second in the team rankings to

Adirondack.

Nick Gallo (182) pinned Johnstown’s Austin Brand in 5:57, Tim Flower (195) scored a 4-1 decision over Adirondack’s Tyler DeLaura, and Dom Friello (220) edged Adirondack’s Connor Hamilton, 4-3.

Galway’s Dillan Palaszewski (99) pinned Schalmont’s Alex Lambert in 1:42 to claim a championship for the hosts, and his teammate Steven Culbert took the title at 145 with a 12-5 decision over Dustin Humphrey of Salem.

Lansingburgh’s Arsilan Zihad was champion at 106, and Nick Scott of Cohoes took the 285 crown and the heavyweight MOW. Adirondack’s Derek Spann (113) was the lightweight MOW.

St. John in OT

Duanesburg’s Jason St. John won the 182-pound championship at the Hancock/Deposit Tournament with a 4-3 overtime decision over Cornwall’s Matt Masterson, helping the Eagles to a fifth-place team finish.

The Eagles had two others in the finals, four wrestlers finished fourth and one sixth.

At 145, Andy Mollevik suffered a 4-0 setback to Trevor Hoffmier of Newark Valley. Connor Lawrence entered the 160 finals at 23-0, but took his first loss of the season when he dropped a major decision to Chris Weller of Wyoming Seminary, who is ranked nationally.

Bulldogs second

Though they did not have a champion, the Cobleskill-Richmondville wrestlers posted a second-place finish at the 25th Oneonta Rotary Tournament.

Three Bulldogs made the finals: Lane Pleickhardt at 106, Brandon Merchant at 120 and Zac Cooper at 152.

Cooper scored a pair of pins before earning a 5-2 decision over Sam Sherrill of Oneonta to reach the finals, where he finished on the short end of a 3-1 decision to Jamie Griswold of Bainbridge-Guilford-Afton-Harpursville, the tournament’s team champion with 182.5 points.

Cobleskill amassed 155, getting third-place finishes from Devin Lampron (113) and Devon Cooper (132). Other place-winners included A.J. Fletcher (138) and Taylor Epting (145) in fourth place, Dan Hotaling (99) in fifth and Jack Brown (220) in sixth.

Schoharie’s Zach Thorington (160) was fifth.

five finalists

Queensbury sent five to the finals at the Saratoga Invitational, finishing with two champions. General Brown won the tournament with 232 points, and the Spartans were second with 185.5.

Queensbury, Guilderland and Bethlehem each had two champ­ions.

JAMIE MORMILE MEMORIAL

TOURNAMENT

Ravena 174, Tamarac 161, South Glens Falls 126, Red Hook 117.5, Onteora 93.5, Cairo-Durham 92, Catskill 86, Albany 80, Maple Hill 75.5, Colonie 68, CBA 38, Coxsackie-Athens 16, Voorheesville 16.

Lightweight MOW: 99, Anthony Sgorrano (SGF).

Middleweight MOW: 145, Freddy Pechette (RCS).

Heavyweight MOW: 182, Jeremy Morris (MH).

Championship round

99: Anthony Sgorrano (SGF) pinned Tyler Peterson (Tam), :57; 106: Dylan Ross (Ont) pinned Noah Winchester (RH), 4:34; 113: Taylor Benson (RH) major dec. John Rue (RCS), 10-0; 120: Eli Kilgerman (Alb) major dec. Bryan Kern (MH), 12-2; 126: Matt Rauch (RH), pinned Matt Saville (SGF), 3:38; 132: Zack Morris (SGF) pinned Anthony Grab (Tam), 4:52; 138: Logan Brunick (Tam) dec. Ridge Sulkey (CD), 5-0; 145: Freddy Pechette (RCS) pinned Caleb Davies (Cat), 3:59; 152: Matt Davis (Cat) dec. Brandon Bruttomesso (SGF), 3-2 (ot); 160: Connor Tuttle (Tam) pinned Liam Gleason (CD), :34; 170: George Pooters (CD) pinned Bob Bogan (Tam), 3:36; 182: Jeremy Morris (MH) pinned Naphtali Steward (RCS), 5:57; 195: Dustin Mackenzie (Ont) dec. Patrick Peters (RCS), 8-5; 220: Logan Kunkle (RCS) pinned Ben Zitz (RH), 1:27; 285: Kyle Powell (RCS) dec. Noah Fyan (Col), 3-0.

Consolation round

99: Ryan Allman (RCS) tech fall Jack Kimble (Col), 15-0; 106: Phillip Warren (MH) dec. Derek Holden (SGF), 7-6; 113: Fritz Scheffler (Tam) dec. Finbar Stuart (Ont), 6-0; 120: Brandyn Hart-Grasse (CD) dec. Matt Fox (Tam), 5-0; 126: Shafi Traeger-Payne (Ont) dec.. Ben D’Alioa (Tam), 4-1; 132: Aaron Calabrese (RH) dec. Vincent Visone (RCS), 5-0; 138: Caleb Tolleson (Col) pinned Nick Saccocio (Voor), 4:28; 145: Dennis Riley (CBA) dec. Bon Fils Dunia (Alb), 8-6; 152: Matt McCauliffe (CBA) pinned Justin Lee (Voor), 1:20; 160: Mykael Farris (Cat) dec. Xavier Deluke (SGF), 8-6 (ot); 170: Dave Ingraham (RCS) major dec. Gerson Murillo (Col), 17-4; 182: Austin Becker (Ont) pinned tommy Alfredo (CD), 2:18; 195: Lamar Grady (Alb) pinned Peter Demarco (SGF), :30; 220: Matt Roden (Tam) pinned Tyson Jones (Alb), 2:14; 285: Travis Coon (RH) dec. Dan Chewins (Cat), 3-2.

GREG ROCKWOOD MEMORIAL

TOURNAMENT

Adirondack 214.5, Schalmont 201, Galway 130, Salem 129.5, Schenectady 122.5, Lansingburgh 110.5, Corinth 106, Granville 104, Greenville 83, Cohoes 66, Johnstown 60, Green Tech 53.5, Scotia-Glenville 39, Fonda-Fultonville 29.

Lightweight MOW: 113, Derek Spann (Adk).

Heavyweight MOW: 285, Nick Scott (Coh).

Championship round

99: Dillan Palaszewski (Gal) pinned Alex Lambert (Schal), 1:42; 106: Arsilan Zihad (Lan) pinned Devin Cohan (Gran), 3:45; 113: Derek Spann (Adk) pinned Cassidy White (Cor), 2:30; 120: Ryan O’Rourke (Adk) pinned Jordan Sartin (Gal), :50; 126: Daniel VanDyk (Sal) dec. Garon LeClair (Cor), 9-7; 132: Carter Merecki (Sal) tech fall Tyler Mulcahy (Cor), 15-0; 138: Nathaniel Palmer (Gran) dec. Luke Fronhofer (Sal), 4-0; 145: Steven Culbert (Gal) dec. Dustin Humphrey (Sal), 12-5; 152: Joe Hennessey (Adk) pinned Antonio Zamora (Schen), :35; 160: Josh McIlhenny (Green) pinned Kelvin Wood (Lan), 5:59; 170: Brad Perry (Gran) dec. Kevin Paskavich (Schal), 5-1; 182: Nick Gallo (Schal) pinned Austin Brand (John), 5:57; 195: Tim Flower (Schal) dec. Tyler DeLaura (Adk), 4-1; 220: Dom Friello (Schal) dec. Connor Hamilton (Adk), 4-3; 285: Nick Scott (Coh) dec. Marcus Ramundo (Schal), 3-2.

Consolation round

99: Haniley Finn (SG) pinned Kevin Spann (Adk), 3:20; 106: Stone Lutz (Adk) pinned Austyn Armbruster (Cor), 3:19; 113: Nick Cioffi (Lan) pinned Kyle Gray (FF), :32; 120: Josh Reed (Schen) pinned Paul Lambert (Schal), 4:46; 126: John Mendez (Lan) pinned Harry Roberts (Adk), 2:29; 132: Isaiah Papol (Green) pinned Austin Scheeren (Gal), 2:45; 138: Nick Webb-Horvath (Gal) major dec. Bayley Kuykendall (Green), 15-6; 145: A.J. Melendez (Schen) dec. Ryan Sencer (Coh), 9-5; 152: J.T. Heller (Schal) dec. Kyle Merritt (SG), 8-3; 160: Coty Lutz (Adk) pinned Cam Brooks (Schal), :59; 170: Ditaye Douglas (Schen) dec. Najee Collins-Coleman (GT), 6-2; 182: Collin Derboghossian (Schen) dec. Tyler McCarty (Cor), 10-6; 195: no match; 220: Parker McPhee (Sal) dec. Ethan Hale (John), 3-1; 285: Jordan Keys (Sal) by forfeit over Keanu Cordova (Schen).

Boys’ basketball

guilderland wins

Andrew Playtech scored 29 points to lead Guilderland to an 81-70 Suburban Council win over Niskayuna.

Vin Simione added 16 points for the Dutchmen (5-0 Suburban, 6-0 overall), Bill Floyd chipped in 13, and Marc DuMoulin finished with 12.

The Silver Warriors (1-4) got 27 points from Aaron Gordon, and Michael Sise scored 12.

Despite 30 points from Shenendehowa’s Thomas Huerter, Columbia beat the Plainsmen, 74-65.

The Blue Devils got 24 points from Elijah Lott and 21 from Jahlil Nails. Columbia was 27-for-35 from the free-throw line.

Shenendehowa also got 14 points from Brandon Fischer and 11 from Jake Hicks.

Averill Park and Ballston Spa both entered the weekend with 4-1 records in the league, but the Warriors pulled away for a 54-37 win over the Scotties, led by Myles Joyce with 18 points and Isaiah Moak with 12. The Scotties got 15 points from Andre Edgerton.

In the Foothills Council, Joe Cremo scored a game-high 29 points to lead Scotia-Glenville to a 103-32 win over South Glens Falls. Schuyler Sayles contributed a career-high 17 points for the Tartans (4-0 Foothills, 8-0 overall), who had five players in double-figures.

Alex Sausville added 15 points, while Mike Palleschi and Dan Clune also both hit for 12 points, a career-high for Clune.

South Glens Falls was led by Dean Kohanek with eight points.

Gloversville got past Queensbury, 62-45, with 18 points from Keyshawn Arnold and 14 from Asa Barnhill. Barceem Dukes had 12 points and 11 rebounds. Gloversville was 13-for-17 from the free-throw line, while the Spartans didn’t make it to the charity stripe too often, going 4-for-6.

Queensbury’s Keeghan O’Leary led the way with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

Johnstown’s Jamal Vazquez and Austin Riska both finished with 16 points, scoring most of their points from the free-throw line, in the Sir Bills’ 55-44 win over Hudson Falls. Vazquez was 9-for-9 from the stripe, while Riska was 10-for-16.

Hudson Falls got 18 points from Christian Henkel.

Fort Plain beat Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville, 65-53, for a Western Athletic Conference win. Jon Calbet scored 15 points for the Hilltoppers, both Eric Orlagio and Xavier Lanier had 11, and Kiernan Briggs finished with 10.

Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johns­ville got 15 points from Dylan Klock, while both Payton Johnson and Joey D’Antinito added 12.

In a non-leaguer, Mount Anthony of Vermont beat Hoosick Falls, 70-56, with 14 points from Tyler Champagne. Alec Little scored seven of his 11 in the third period, in which Mount Anthony outscored the Panthers, 26-18.

Hoosick Falls was led by Mark Hackett with 18 points, and Austin Pitt scored 12. Hackett scored 13 of his points after halftime.

Green Tech got 11 points from Jamil Hood Jr. in a 70-36 win over Naigara Catholic. The scoring came from 13 different players in the non-league win.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

GUILDERLAND 81, NISKAYUNA 70

NISKAYUNA

Byrne 3-2-8, Dane 1-0-2, Gordon 11-0-27, Flores 2-1-7, Sise 5-0-12, Kelly 2-0-4, Diethrich 1-0-2, O’Brien 1-0-2, Fragnoli 3-0-6. Totals: 29-3-70.

GUILDERLAND

Floyd 5-2-13, Vin Simione 6-2-16, Playtech 10-5-29, R. Simione 1-2-4, DuMoulin 6-0-12, Cerutti 1-5-7. Totals: 29-16-81.

Niskayuna 15 15 23 17 — 70

Guilderland 26 15 16 24 — 81

Three-point goals: Gordon 5, Flores 2, Sise 2, Playtech 4, V. Siminone 2, Floyd.

COLUMBIA 74, SHENENDEHOWA 65

SHENENDEHOWA

K. Huerter 1-5-8, Lewis 1-0-2, T. Huerter 10-5-30, Hicks 5-1-11, Fischer 6-2-14. Totals: 23-13-65.

COLUMBIA

Nails 6-9-21, Lott 8-7-24, Luther 1-4-7, Hart 3-3-9, J. Palmer 0-2-2, Schwenzfeier 2-0-4, Janowski 2-2-7. Totals: 22-27-74.

Shenendehowa 20  7 22 16 — 65

Columbia 13 19 21 21 — 74

Three-point goals: K. Huerter, T. Huerter 5, Lott, Luther, Janowski.

AVERILL PARK 54, BALLSTON SPA 37

BALLSTON SPA

Mendrick 1-1-3, Fitzgerald 1-1-4, Gentile 1-0-3, Edgerton 5-5-15, Stevens 4-1-9, Walsh 0-2-2, Lindeman 0-1-1. Totals: 12-11-37.

AVERILL PARK

Brown 2-0-5, Fahrenkopf 2-2-7, Regan 0-2-2, Moak 4-2-12, Rollins 2-0-6, Joyce 4-8-18, Yetto 1-0-2, Sears 1-0-2. Totals: 16-14-54.

Ballston Spa  6 12  8 11 — 37

Averill Park 10 16 17 11 — 54

Three-point goals: Fitzgerald, Gentile, Brown, Fahrenkopf, Moak 2, Rollins 2, Joyce 2.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 103, SOUTH GLENS FALLS 32

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE

Almond 2-0-5, Clune 6-0-12, Cremo 11-6-29, LeMorta 3-0-8, Palleschi 6-0-12, Sausville 7-0-15, Sayles 5-3-17, Teneyke 1-2-5. Totals: 41-11-103.

SOUTH GLENS FALLS

Anastasia 1-0-2, Fish 1-0-2, Greenlaw 1-0-2, Kohanek 4-0-8, Kuebler 2-0-6, Lajeunesse 2-0-4, Legac 1-0-2, Ramsey 1-2-4, Touse 1-0-2. Totals: 14-2-32.

Scotia-Glenville 15 31 30 27 — 103

South Glens Falls  6  4 10 12 —  32

Three-point goals: Almond, Cremo, LeMorta 2, Sausville, Sayles 4, Teneyke, Kuebler 2.

GLOVERSVILLE 62, QUEENSBURY 45

GLOVERSVILLE

Scholl 1-5-8, Barnhill 4-4-14, Dukes 5-2-12, Goodwin 4-0-8, K. Arnold 7-2-18. Totals: 21-13-62.

QUEENSBURY

Daley 3-0-7, Troelstra 4-0-9, Morasco 1-2-4, O’Leary 5-2-12, Rodriguez 1-0-2, Minot 1-0-2, Donnett 2-0-4, Ross 1-0-3. Totals: 18-4-45.

Gloversville  7 19 20 16 — 62

Queensbury  8 14 14  9 — 45

Three-point goals: Scholl, Barnhill 2, K. Arnold 2, Daley, Troelstra, Ross.

JOHNSTOWN 55, HUDSON FALLS 44

HUDSON FALLS

McGuire 2-0-4, Hogan 1-2-5, Henkel 5-5-18, Strong 3-0-8, Connolly 3-3-9. Totals: 14-10-44.

JOHNSTOWN

Auty 2-0-4, Vazquez 3-9-16, Hornidge 1-0-2, Szurek 3-0-6, Heroth 4-1-9, Lee 1-0-2, Riska 3-10-16. Totals: 17-20-55.

Hudson Falls  3  6 10 25 — 44

Johnstown  7  8 16 24 — 55

Three-point goals: Hogan, Henkel 3, Strong 2, Vazquez.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

FORT PLAIN 65,

OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH-ST. JOHNSVILLE 53

FORT PLAIN

VanLoan 3-1-7, Briggs 3-3-10, Calbet 6-2-15, Orlagio 4-3-11, Florian 3-0-6, Lanier 4-3-11, Empie 1-0-3. Totals: 25-12-65.

OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH-ST. JOHNSVILLE

Vicciarelli 2-2-6, Klock 5-3-15, Blair 1-2-4, Hart 2-0-4, Johnson 5-2-12, J. D’Antinito 4-0-12. Totals: 19-9-53.

Fort Plain 16 22  9 18 — 65

OESJ 16 12  7 18 — 53

Three-point goals: Briggs, Calbet, Empie, Klock 2, J. D’Antinito 4.

NON-LEAGUE

MOUNT ANTHONY (Vt.) 70,

HOOSICK FALLS 56

MOUNT ANTHONY (Vt.)

Awair 1-0-2, Champagne 7-0-14, Guo 3-2-8, Sparta 1-2-5, Levin 1-4-6, Cushman 1-0-2, Brundage 3-0-7, Anderson 1-2-5, Redden 2-1-5, Little 3-2-11, D. Burgess 1-0-3, J. Burgess 1-0-2. Totals: 25-13-70.

HOOSICK FALLS

Chani 3-0-9, Hoag 2-0-4, Bradley 3-1-9, Brewster 3-1-9, Wood 0-1-1, Pitt 5-2-12, Hackett 8-0-18. Totals: 22-5-56.

Mount Anthony 14 14 26 16 — 70

Hoosick Falls 11 14 18 13 — 56

Three-point goals: Sparta, Brundage, Anderson, Little 3, D. Burgess, Chani 3, Bradley 2, Hackett 2.

GREEN TECH 70, NIAGARA CATHOLIC 36

GREEN TECH

Burt 4-0-8, Carr 0-1-1, Clark 3-0-7, Davis 3-2-8, Hood 5-0-11, John 3-0-6, McClean 3-1-7, McCraith 1-1-3, McGill 3-1-7, Pryor 1-0-2, Simon 1-0-2, Ward 3-0-6, Warner 1-0-2. Totals: 31-6-70.

NIAGARA CATHOLIC

Jackson 2-0-5, Jameson 3-1-7, Socha 2-0-5, Sottia 1-0-2, Thomas 2-0-5, Williams 3-4-12. Totals: 13-5-36.

Green Tech 15 17 19 19 — 70

Niagara Catholic  7 10  9 10 — 36

Three-point goals: Clark, Hood, Jackson, Socha, Thomas, Williams 2.

Girls’ basketball

Shen gets it done at line

Shenendehowa got past Columbia, 52-40, in a Suburban Council matchup, outscoring the Blue Devils, 21-7, at the free-throw line.

Carly Boland led the Lady Plainsmen with 18 points, netting 10 of 14 at the foul line. As a team, Shenendehowa hit 21 of 35. Madi Shea added 10 points in the win.

Columbia was led by Sarah Jar­omin and Selena Lott with eight points apiece.

Kelley Donnelly scored 18 points to lead Averill Park to a 70-37 win over Ballston Spa. Lauren Van Roy added 12 points in the win, and Rachael Apfel had 11. Ballston

Spa got 12 points from Paige Gallo.

In the Foothills Council, Johnstown got 14 points from Hope Cerasuolo and 12 from Annie Stock for a 42-30 win over Hudson Falls.

Tanner Barton scored nine points in the loss.

Fort Plain scored a 53-19 Western Athletic Conference win over Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville as Haley Kilmartin and Abby Boyer scored 19 points apiece.

OESJ was led by Rylie Smith with 12 points.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

SHENENDEHOWA 52, COLUMBIA 40

COLUMBIA

Mulligan 1-0-2, Moore 1-3-5, S. Jaromin 2-2-8, Brown 2-1-6, Johnston 2-1-5, Lott 4-0-8. Totals: 12-7-40.

SHENENDEHOWA

Shea 3-3-10, O’Brien 2-1-5, Brown 2-4-8, Quinn 1-0-2, Acker 1-2-4, Sangare 2-1-5, Boland 4-10-18. Totals: 15-21-52.

Columbia  9  5 12 14 — 40

Shenendehowa 17  7 16 12 — 52

Three-point goals: S. Jaromin 2, Brown, Shea.

AVERILL PARK 70, BALLSTON SPA 37

AVERILL PARK

Anthony 3-0-7, Miner 2-2-7, Donnelly 8-2-18, Van Roy 4-4-12, O’Shea 1-0-2, Hacker 1-0-2, Laranjo 1-1-3, Wood 2-4-8, Apfel 4-3-11. Totals: 25-16-60.

BALLSTON SPA

Devizzio 1-0-2, Groat 3-0-6, McMahon 1-0-2, Hipwell 1-4-6, Gallo 5-2-12, Allrich 2-0-4, McDowell 1-3-5. Totals: 14-9-37.

Averill Park 23 13 17 17 — 70

Ballston Spa  8  6 11 12 — 37

Three-point goals: Anthony, Miner.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

JOHNSTOWN 42, HUDSON FALLS 30

JOHNSTOWN

Barnholt 3-0-9, Cerasuolo 5-4-14, McCoy 0-3-3, O’Rourke 1-2-4, Stock 4-3-12. Totals: 13-12-42.

HUDSON FALLS

Barton 4-1-9, Gallagher 1-2-5, Goodbred 1-2-5, Kitchner 1-0-2, LaBrun 0-4-4, McKinney 1-0-3, Scarselletta 0-2-2. Totals: 8-11-30.

Johnstown 13  7 15  7 — 42

Hudson Falls 10  4  7  9 — 30

Three-point goals: Barnholt 3, Stock, Gallagher, Goodbred, McKinney.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

FORT PLAIN 53,

OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH-ST. JOHNSVILLE 19

OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH-ST. JOHNSVILLE

Smith 4-1-12, Raux 1-1-3, Freeman 1-0-2, Perry 1-0-2. Totals: 7-2-19.

FORT PLAIN

Trembley 1-0-2, Florian 4-0-8, Kilmartin 7-3-19, Boyer 6-7-19, Porter 1-0-2, Bridgewater 1-1-3. Totals: 20-11-53.

OESJ  4  2  2 11 — 19

Fort Plain 16 16 15  6 — 53

Three-point goals: Kilmartin 2, Smith 3.

Hockey

Glennon leads rally

Sean Glennon scored twice in the final five minutes to give Christian Brothers Academy a 2-1 win over Shaker/Colonie in Capital District High School Hockey League action. The 3-4 Brothers’ Kyle Stockman made 22 saves in the win.

Shaker/Colonie took a 1-0 lead at 13:53 of the first period on Kevin Egan’s goal. Zach Dignum made 14 saves.

CBA 2, SHAKER/COLONIE 1

Shaker/Colonie 1 0 0 — 1

CBA 0 0 2 — 2

First Period — 1, Shaker/Colonie, Kevin Egan (Brendan Closs, Mark Matson), 13:53.

Second Period — None.

Third Period — 2, CBA, Sean Glennon (Cody Nylor, Nick Makarowsky), 10:39. 3, CBA, Glennon (Sean Messick, Makarowsky), 13:57.

Goalies — Shaker/Colonie, Zach Dignum, 14 saves. CBA, Kyle Stockman, 22 saves.

Indoor track

Brown wins 400

Amsterdam’s Izaiah Brown won the 400-meter dash invitational in 48.46 at the Hispanic Games at the Armory in New York City, beating out Richard Rose of Boys & Girls, who ran a 48.62.

Colonie junior Meaghan Podlaski set a Section II indoor record in the 1,500-meter racewalk in finishing fifth at the Hispanic Games.

Her time was 7:27.13 to knock off a 22-year-old record of 7:34.9 set by Averill Park’s Jessica Shea in 1991.

 
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