High school sports roundup


Mikayla Bechtel’s goal was the difference in Niskayuna’s 1-0 Suburban Council girls’ soccer victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Thursday. Alana McNulty assisted on the goal. Morgan

Kelleher recorded a seven-save shutout.

Averill Park and Saratoga Springs played to a 1-1 draw. Julia DiMenna had the Sara­toga goal, while Morgan Caitlin scored for the Warriors.

Columbia doubled up Albany 4-2. Madeline Gibney scored twice for the Blue Devils, while Alaina Guidetti accounted for both Albany goals.

Bethlehem beat Troy 2-1. Piper Gregory and Grace Hotaling each had goals for the Eagles. Heather Moss scored a penalty-kick goal for Troy.

Lily Urban had a goal and an assist, including the game-winner, in Ballston Spa’s 2-1 defeat of Guilderland. Lauren Conti scored for the Eagles.

Shenendehowa topped Mohonasen 2-1. Jen Kirker and Ava Sullivan had goals for the Plainsmen, while Alex Skoda scored for the Warriors.

Kate Wood recorded a hat trick to guide Shaker over Schenectady 6-0. Julia Roemer, Hannah Guidi and Isa Provost eached scored once.

In the Foothills Council, Schuylerville defeated Johnstown 2-0. Amy Moreau opened the game’s scoring in the second half with a goal, while the other Schuylerville tally came on an own-goal.

Amya Naja scored four goals to lead South Glens Falls over Gloversville 5-1. Aly Fish added a goal and an assist for the Bulldogs.

Scotia remained undefeated (7-0) with an 8-3 win over Queensbury. Tanya Leggiero and Sydnee Smith each recorded hat tricks for the Tartans. Leggiero also tallied an assist.

Boys’ Soccer

CBA beat Colonie 3-1 in Suburban Council action. Josh Huckans, Eli D’Onofrio and Brady Van Epps all recorded goals for the Brothers.

Marcelo Fazio’s two goals propelled Albany over Columbia 5-2. Harrison Leon and Emmanuel Mugabo also scored for the Falcons, while Christian Palmer assisted on a pair of Columbia goals.

Evan Farr scored twice in the first 21 minutes as Saratoga Springs defeated Averill Park 4-1. Aidan Rice and 

Logan Biewalski also got in on the scoring for the Blue Streaks, whoimproved to 5-0-1.

Jeff Luce had two goals and two assists as Mechanicville shut out Hoosick Valley 6-0 in Wasaren League play. Chris Ciccarelli also recorded two goals.

Stillwater edged Hoosick Falls 3-2 behind two goals from Grant Baker. John Reynolds and Anthony Amidon had goals for the Panthers.

On Wednesday, Mekeel Christian Academy and Middleburgh tied in a scoreless Western Athletic Conference affair. Daniel McCarty had the shutout in net for the Lions.

Boys’ Volleyball

Shenendehowa defeated Colonie 25-4, 25-16, 25-23. Douglas Ngo-Hatchie had four kills for the Plainsmen, while Colonie was led by John Fuller, who had five kills and three blocks.

Shenendehowa defeated Guilderland in a three-set match on Wednesday. Brendan Spulnick tallied 13 kills and Dylan Urbanski added 20 assists.

Girls’ Volleyball

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake topped Niskayuna 25-17, 25-9, 25-17 in a Suburban Council match. Avery Pollard had 29 assists and four aces for the Spartans, while Myla Dobson added eight kills.

Kara Vamvalis had 10 kills to lead Averill Park over Saratoga Springs 25-20, 25-17, 25-14. For the Warriors, Maddie Dunigan tallied 15 kills.

Guilderland defeated Ballston Spa 25-23, 25-16, 25-21. For the Eagles, Morgan Manning had 14 service points, two aces and 11 assists, while Angelina Stile had 28 service points and 10 digs for the Scotties.

In the Colonial Council, Cobleskill-Richmondville topped Cohoes 25-13, 25-14, 25-15. 

Marigrace Gerhardt recorded two aces, three kills and seven assists for the Bulldogs.

Mekeel Christian Academy beat Fort Plain 25-7, 25-18, 25-19, moving to 3-0 in Western Athletic Conference play. 

Sophia Armao had 18 service points, 12 aces, eight digs and two assists for the Lions.

Duanesburg defeated Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville 25-10, 19-25, 25-19, 25-17. Olivia Dykstra tallied 22 service points, 10 aces and nine kills in the win.

Field Hockey

Johnstown topped Glens Falls 6-2 in a Foothills Council match behind a pair of goals from Maddie Etherton. Anna Lee, Isabella Caruso, Taryn Ringer and Paige Stewart each chipped in a goal for the Lady Bills.

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