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Viscusi scores three; Thursday's high school roundup

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Bob Keach of Catholic Central defends RJ Hayden of Schalmont at Schalmont High School Thursday. Schalmont won 8-0.
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Bob Keach of Catholic Central defends RJ Hayden of Schalmont at Schalmont High School Thursday. Schalmont won 8-0.
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Antonio Viscusi collected three goals and an assist, and four other Schalmont soccer players scored goals, in an

8-0 Colonial Council win over Catholic Central Thursday.

Dan DiCocco came away with two goals and an assist, Gabe Comenzo had a goal and an assist, and Ryan Older and Alex Diana added goals for the defending Section II Class B champions.

Ryan Uccellini scored two goals and assisted on another, and Alex Loupessis made three saves to lift Albany Academy over Watervliet 4-0.

Niko Moutopoulos and Chris Moutopoulos had the other goals for Academy.

John Moreau clicked for a pair of goals, and Sean Nolan and Alex Ruhren added goals to help Voorheesville top Lansingburgh 4-0.

Jerry Oliver assisted on two goals by Cam Bourgeois, and Nate Laughlin’s shutout was a nine-save effort as Cohoes beat Cobleskill-Richmondville 3-0.

Ryan Frangie scored the Tigers’ other goal.

John Gordon scored two first-half goals for LaSalle, Nicholas Johnston scored two second-half goals for Ichabod Crane, and the Cadets and Riders played to a 2-2 tie.

Kevin Piccolino scored two first-half goals and assisted on David Bell’s second-half clincher as Bethlehem beat Albany 4-0 in a Suburban Council game.

Pat Hynes scored on a penalty kick and set up one of Piccolino’s goals.

Jeremy Ciprioni scored and Columbia also had an own-goal in a 2-1 win over CBA.

Dylan Bogden accounted for CBA’s goal.

Danny Varsames, Konstantinos Tsitos, Ben Crandall and Jose Garcia had the goals, and Gabe Olsen picked up two assists, in Saratoga Springs’ 4-0 victory over Averill Park.

Glen Ramos and Kason Snyder scored second-half goals 10 minutes apart, and Alex Gigliotti made four saves as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Niskayuna 2-0.

David Benson scored twice, and Brendan Carl had a goal and an assist on a Nick Rossi goal, in Shenendehowa’s 5-1 win over Mohonasen.

Aiden May rounded out the Shenendehowa goal scorers. Steven Avery scored for Mohonasen.

Two first-half goals by Zach Turnbull stood up as Colonie clipped Schenectady 2-1.

Yusif Okine scored for the Patriots in the second half.

Shaker defeated Ballston Spa 3-2 in double overtime in a rematch from last year’s Section II Class AA final that saw the teams play to a draw before the Scotties advanced on penalty kicks.

Seamus Carroll, Thomas Jelstrom and Matthew Riccio scored for Shaker. Ryan Blair and Schuyler Mann scored for Ballston Spa.

Guilderland beat Troy 1-0 on a goal by Brandon Ford.

Willy Herrmann broke up a scoreless Foothills Council game in the 75th minute, and Glens Falls edged South Glens Falls by a 1-0 margin for the second time this season.

Brandon Sherman assisted on Herrmann’s goal and saved a goal with a block on the goal line.

Aaron Willis and Addison Colin scored three goals apiece, and Berlin beat Hudson 10-3 in Central Hudson Valley League action.


Ava Sullivan scored a first-half goal and set up Kendra Harbinger’s goal with an assist, and Shenendehowa held off Mohonasen 2-1 in a Suburban Council game.

Isabella O’Clair scored for the Mighty Warriors in the second frame on a feed from Alexandra Skoda.

Olivia Piraino had two goals and an assist, and Alana

McNulty had two goals to propel Niskayuna over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 4-0.

Izzy Lynch had two assists for Niskayuna, and Morgan Kelleher made four saves.

Erin Valente assisted on Shaker’s first goal by Cait Wood and later made it a

3-0 game with her own tally as the Blue Bison beat Ballston Spa 4-0.

Hannah Guidi also scored for Shaker, which got an own-goal.

Kerry Gerety of Guilderland and Abby Burns of Troy traded first-half goals, and the teams played to a 1-1 tie.

Kiersten Becker made six saves for the Dutchmen. Lauren Paravella made 14 stops for the Flying Horses.

Bethlehem beat Albany 7-0 on goals by Jensen Bononno, Sophia Calabrese, Grace Hotaling, Beatrice Jones, Holly Moore, Kacie Oliver and Brianna Price.

Gabrielle Rodriguez got the shutout with four saves.

Saratoga Springs and Averill Park played to a 0-0 tie.

Goals by Kathleen Harris, Hannah Loder and Kate

McCarthy carried Holy Names to a 3-1 Colonial Council win over Ichabod Crane.

Gabby Cox scored for Ichabod Crane.

Stillwater produced all of its goals in the second half to beat Hoosic Valley 4-0 in a Wasaren League game.

Brooke Pickett scored three of the Stillwater goals and assisted on Devon Wagner’s tally, and Danika Svendsen made 12 saves. Lauren Paul made 23 stops for Hoosic Valley.

Mackenzie Bowie was involved in all of Mechanicville’s goals in a 5-1 win over Hoosick Falls, scoring three and assisting on goals by Michalena

DePasquale and Brynn Murphy.

Darian Morgan scored for the Panthers.

Lauren Berry and Mae Burris-Wells notched first-half goals to lift Emma Willard past Doane Stuart 2-0 in a Central Hudson Valley League game.


Heidi Zahnleuter scored with 18:01 left in the second half to give Emma Willard a 2-1 comeback win over Taconic Hills in a game pitting Patroon Conference leaders.

Emma Willard’s Charlotte Kershaw scored shortly before Zahnleuter, and Sasha Bonesteel made 10 saves as the Jesters went to 3-0 in the league (4-1 overall).

Alex Colwell scored in the first half for the Titans, which dipped to 3-1 in the Patroon.

Mattie Benway opened the scoring, Katelyn Mello knocked in three straight goals, and Felicity Williams had the last two as Glens Falls rolled to a 6-0 Foothills Council win over Gloversville.

Jazmyn Blair had three assists for the Indians.

Anna Heroth assisted on first-half goals by Paige Stewart and Chelsea Rodecker and scored an insurance goal early in the second half as part of Johnstown’s 3-0 win over South Glens Falls.

Queensbury dealt Scotia-Glenville its first Foothills loss 2-1.

Emilee Rosenberg scored for the Tartans, assisted by Emily McCarthy.

Meagan Henry, Ally Burdick, Breanna Schnackenberg and Liz Ryan had goals as Hoosick Falls beat Columbia 4-0 in a non-league game.

Columbia’s Suzanne Clarke made 31 saves.


Nicole Adams delivered 11 kills, and Julia Paliwodzinski had 30 assists, leading Shenendehowa to a 25-14, 25-21, 25-20 Suburban Council win over Columbia.

Meghan Greene had eight kills and four blocks for the 8-0 Plainsmen, and Rachel Millington had six kills. Selena Lott sparked Columbia with 20 kills, three aces and seven digs, while Sam Brown added five kills, six digs and three blocks.

Kelsey Neff had eight kills, Ellie Cepiel had five kills, and Sydney Neff had five aces and eight assists as Holy Names swept Ichabod Crane 26-24, 25-10, 25-19 in the Colonial Council.

Dell Potts led the Riders with three kills, three aces and seven digs.

Treasa Kozakiewicz served five aces to go with eight kills and 12 digs, and Julie Nichols had team highs with 11 kills and 17 digs, as Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons beat Fonda-Fultonville 25-22, 25-14, 21-25, 25-12 in a non-league match.

Shaniah Maxwell had five kills and five blocks for the Golden Knights (7-0). Anne Sinicropi had seven kills and six digs for the Braves

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