High school sports roundup


Wil Lawson scored four goals and added an assist as Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons beat Fort Plain 6-3 in Western Athletic Conference boys’ soccer Friday. James Kim added a goal and three assists for the Golden Knights. Josh Nellis had a pair of goals for Fort Plain.

Fonda-Fultonville topped Berne-Knox-Westerlo 3-1. Evan Wieczenski guided the Braves with a goal and an assist, while Kiernan Hanley scored for the Bulldogs.
Trent Barker’s two goals propelled Oppenheim-

Ephratah-St. Johnsville to a 3-0 win over Middleburgh. Jack Brundage also scored for the Wolves.

Drew Snyder’s overtime goal was the eventual game-winner as Mayfield beat Northville 2-1. Snyder also tallied an assist, while Alex Ringer scored the other Panther goal.

Noah Fagnani and Matthew Loubier each put in two-goal performances to lead Schoharie over Mekeel Christian Academy 6-2. Fagnani also had an assist. For the Lions, Lens Lima scored both goals.

Scotia won its Foothills Council matchup with Hudson Falls 1-0. David Currie had the game’s only goal, assisted by Chris Aldi.
Glens Falls defeated 

Amsterdam 6-4. Hogan Fox scored twice for the Indians, while Kevin Vargas had two goals for the Rams.

Greg Maccharulo scored four times in Queensbury’s 9-0 win over Johnstown. Maccharulo also had two assists, while Teddy Borgos added two goals and two assists.

South Glens Falls and Broadalbin-Perth played to a 1-1 draw. Thomas Linehan (SGF) and Will Austin (B-P) had the goals.

Albany erased a 1-0 halftime deficit to earn a 2-1 non-league win over Albany Academy. Kevin Kampula and Harrison Leon had the Falcon goals.

Girls’ soccer

In the Western Athletic Conference, Fonda-Fultonville edged Berne-Knox-Westerlo 4-3. Alyssa Duval guided the Braves with three goals and an assist, while Emma Rhodes added a goal and an assist.

Canajoharie topped Fort Plain 2-1. Madison Crouse’s goal three minutes into the second half but the Cougars in the lead for good. Rhyonn Ford scored for the Hilltoppers.

Alexis Klock scored two goals, including one with just 23 seconds remaining in the second overtime period, to lift Oppenheim-Ephratah-

St. Johnsville over Middleburgh 2-1. For the Knights, Ruby Acker saved 23 of the 25 shots she faced.

Northville scored three second-half goals in a 3-1 win over Mayfield. Hannah Coupas’ penalty-kick goal in the 67th minute put the Falcons up for good.

Katie Krohn had a hat trick in Schoharie’s 10-0 win over Mekeel Christian Academy. Carissa Palmatier and Carrie Krohn each chipped in two goals and an assist.

Galway defeated Duanesburg 8-1. Leah Vanderhorst recorded a hat trick for the Golden Eagles, while Izzy Mancini added a goal and four assists.

Two goals and an assist from Mackenzie Bowie led Mechanicville over Greenwich 5-0 in the Wasaren League. Hannah Garone and Jada Brown each added a goal and an assist.

Helen Mooney assisted on a pair of Grace Snyder goals as Cambridge topped Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 5-0 fo for a non-league win. Mooney scored a goal as well.

Boys’ volleyball

Bethlehem won its Suburban Council match against Saratoga Springs 25-11, 25-21, 25-10. The Eagles were led by Caleb Federman (20 assists) and Michael Ortale (10 kills).

Girls’ Volleyball

Broadalbin-Perth defeated Scotia-Glenville 25-6, 25-14, 25-11 in Foothills Council play. Lily Mitchell compiled 10 assists, five aces and 17 service points for the Patriots.

Mackenzie Ward (27 assists) propelled Johnstown to victory against Amsterdam 25-27, 25-13, 25-21, 26-24. Janay Douglas contributed 11 kills in the win.

Queensbury topped Gloversville 25-18, 25-16, 25-14. Macey Salvione had 11 digs and three kills for the Dragons.

In the Wasaren League, Saratoga Catholic beat Hoosic Valley 20-25, 25-13, 25-20, 25-21. Grace Fornabia recorded 14 service points, four aces, 17 kills and 25 digs for the Saints. Elise Browell added 13 service points and 20 assists.

Field hockey

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Shaker 4-1 in a Suburban Council game. Lauren Buthfer, Christina Pedone, Erin McClernan and Caroline Muller each scored once for the Spartans.

Saratoga Springs used five goals from five different players to top Bethlehem 5-2. Lindsay Frank recorded a goal and an assist for the Blue Streaks.

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