Saratoga Springs football coach Terry Jones knew the road would be bumpy this year, with so many new faces, but some pot holes he never could have seen coming.
Lorenzo Kwolek had nine kills and three blocks as part of a strong defensive effort, and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake remained perfect in the Suburban Council with a 25-6, 25-8, 25-14 win over Columbia Monday.
Taryn Marra and Tegan Robinson knocked in second-half goals, and Shenendehowa beat Saratoga Springs 2-0 in a game matching the Suburban Council’s top two teams Monday.
Drew Murphy scored on a header with 45 seconds left, and Mechanicville kept its Wasaren League record clean with a 2-1 win over Saratoga Central Catholic Monday.
Davia Rossi scored the goal last fall that ended the Schuylerville girls’ soccer team’s season in the Section II Class B semifinals.
Joe Grasso, who did great things with small numbers in a long run with Bishop Maginn’s football program, passed away Sunday at the age of 66.
Even within Section II, soccer is an international game.
Albany notched a football win at Schenectady Saturday that could have been so much sweeter.
Everyone on the Shenendehowa girls’ soccer team calls sophomore Isabella Guarracino “Bella” for short.
How did your football team do Saturday?
Olivia Skylstad and Whitney Wright of Ballston Spa took the first two spots, and the Scotties won the girls’ team title at their invitational meet Saturday.
In the days leading up to Friday’s matchup with their archrival, senior Nick Cosgrove said the members of the Shenendehowa football team kept a simple message in their minds.
Mohonasen had things well in hand when Green Tech tried a late onside kick in an attempt to gain one final possession.
Carl Nitz scored on a 2-yard touchdown run in the third quarter Friday, giving Averill Park a 19-16 Class A Southeast Division victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.
Sara Phillips scored on an assist from Erin McCarthy in the first half as Saratoga Springs defeated Niskayuna 1-0 in Suburban Council field hockey.
David McKenzie, Jason Crandall and Dan Clune had two goals and an assist apiece to power Scotia-Glenville to a 9-0 Foothills Council boys’ soccer victory over Amsterdam.
How did your team do?
Soccer, field hockey and volleyball
From the gridiron to the pool
Game moved to Saturday again; safety cited
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Football team to play crossover game Thursday; Great Danes notes