ONTARIO — Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake captured the boys’ Class B state cross country championship Saturday. Aidan Gillooley finished in third place for the Spartans (16:19.0), just ahead of teammate Tyler Berg (16:20.1), who placed fourth.
The Spartans claimed their seventh state title.
In the Class A championships, Niskayuna came in third. Niskayuna’s highest-placed individual was Colin Ross (16:42.6) in 13th. Jack Huber of Bethlehem finished 10th.
Chris Hughes (16:52.7) of Glens Falls scored a win in the Class C individual competition. Alex Foyt (17:18.5) finished sixth and paced Albany Academy to seventh place in the team competition.
Maple Hill took fifth in the Class D team championships.
Teams: Corning 38, Fayetteville-Manlius 40, Niskayuna 88, Smithtown 103, Fairport 106, Monroe-Woodbury 157, Clarence 187, Arlington 190, Manhasset 220. Individuals: Silas Derfel (Ithaca), 16:00.2; Behailu Bekele-Arcuri (Warwick Valley), 16:19.7; Quinn Nicholson (Co), 16:21.9; Ben Otis (F-M), 16:24.1; Payton Gleason (Churchville-Chili), 16:27.4; Garrett Brennan (F-M), 16:35.6; Patrick Tuohy (North Rockland), 16:36.6; Dan Gahagan (Co), 16:36.8; Torrey Jacobson-Evans (Co), 16:37.7; Jack Huber (Bethlehem), 16:38.2; Shea Weilbaker (Saratoga Springs), 16:41.2; Maazin Ahmed (Schenectady), 16:41.4; Colin Ross (N), 16:42.6; Abel Hagos (McQuaid Jesuit), 16:45.6; Donnovan Tucker (N), 16:46.0; Tom Gardiner (Warwick Valley), 16:47.0; Sean Henretta (F), 16:49.8; Carlos Santos (Patchogue-Medford), 16:52.1; Jack Duncanson (F-M), 16:54.1; Ryan Thompson (Irondequoit), 16:54.6.
Teams: Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 25, Pittsford-Mendon 91, Cornwall 96, Owego 112, Pearl River 120, East Aurora 137, North Shore 147, Westhill 203, East Hampton 264, Franklin Academy 290, Peru 308. Individuals: Nathan Lawler (P-R), 15:58.2; Parker Stokes (Maine-Endwell), 16:06.4; Aidan Gillooley (B), 16:19.0; Tyler Berg (B), 16:20.1. Ryan Buzby 16:35.4 (Grand Island), 16:35.4; Liam Higgins (Goshen), 16:40.9; Ryan Guerci (Nanuet), 16:42.9; Nicholas Andrews (Brockport), 16:51.1; Josh Farmer (New Hartford), 16:51.8; Matthew Fusco (Somers), 16:52.3; Ian Russ (EA), 16:59.5; David Metacarpa (B), 17:00.3; Greg Fusco (Somers), 17:02.4; Sam Lawler (P-M), 17:02.8; Francisco Beltran (Schalmont), 17:03.2; Evan Brennan (B), 17:04.3; Michael Messere (B), 17:05.4; Dillon VanDemortel (Newark), 17:07.0; Jack Rosencrans (N), 17:08.4; Jason Linzer (Seaford), 17:11.8.
Teams: Mount Academy 50, Watkins Glen 67, Newfane 79, Marcus Whitman 120, Saranc Lake 131, Pleasantville 151, Albany Academy 153, Vernon-Verona-Sherrill 180, Port Jefferson 185, Canton-HC Williams 308, Oyster Bay 321. Individuals: Chris Hughes (Glens Falls), 16:52.7; Matt Rizzo (Bronxville), 17:03.0; Lucas Carmosino (Irvington), 17:05.8; Samuel Auernhamer (N), 17:16.0; Alex Rizzo (Bronxville), 17:15.0; Alex Foyt (AA), 17:18.5; Travis Meier (MA), 17:26.8; Dagon Bryant (Southwestern), 17:27.7; James McPherson (Cazenovia), 17:27.9; Nate McNally (Ogdensburg Free Academy), 17:28.6; Aaron Planty (W), 17:30.3; Joe Riccardi (Marcellus), 17:31.5; Gabe Planty (W), 17:31.6; Tristan Moody (MA), 17:34.5; Ben Dennison (Hannibal), 17:35.2; Sean Gardiner (Croton Harmon), 17:38.0: Darren Baird (MA), 17:38.2; Evan Ensslin (Voorheesville), 17:38.7; Andrew Ford (Clinton), 17:38.7; Tony Njoga (James I. O’Neill), 17:39.5.
Teams: Beaver River 48, Maple Grove 73, Addison 78, Shelter Island 114, Maple Hill 119, Lake Placid 126, Delhi 168, Haldane 222, Tri-Valley 225, Norwood-Norfolk 259. Individuals: Kal Lewis (S), 16:44.6; Michael Peppy (MG), 16:59.9; Dylan Canarelli (Sauquoit Valley), 17:12.0; Colton Kempney (BR), 17:19.0; Richard Moore (Groton), 17:20.6; Matthew Evans (Randolph), 17:23.9; Evan Whittaker (Trumansburg), 17:24.6; Sam Sharlow (Oriskany), 17:26.2; Jacob Appleton (Lima Christian), 17:27.5; Ryan Lansing (Cooperstown), 17:31.9; Ryan English (A), 17:32.2; Evan McIlwain (A), 17:32.6; Henry Goca (Rensselaer), 17:34.3; Taylor Philpotts (Sauquoit Valley), 17:34.5; Brandon Olden (North Warren-Johnsburg), 17:35.2; Connor Demo (BR), 17:35.7; Aaron Vivlamore (Red Creek), 17:36.4; Daniel Bort (Tully), 17:37.2; John Swabik (Clymer-Sherman-Panama), 17:44.4; Scotty Schulz (Lake Placid), 17:45.5.
GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY
Kelsey Chmiel (18:32.2) of Saratoga Springs came in second in the Class A championships, while Shenendehowa finished second in the team competition. Hannah Reale (19:24.8) led Shenendehowa with a seventh place finish.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake came in sixth in the Class B team championships, anchored by a 13th place finish from Rory Graham (21:04.2). Olivia Lazarou (20:52.2) of Amsterdam finished 10th.
In Class C, Sunni Labounty (21:19.9) paced Schuylerville to an eighth place finish, coming in 12th in the individual competition.
Greenwich placed second in the Class D championships. Brynne Wright (20:00.1) led the Witches as the individual runner-up.
Teams: Fayetteville-Manlius 24, Shenendehowa 79, North Rockland 83, Monroe-Woodbury 95, Ithaca 112, Syosset 169, Sachem East 182, West Seneca West 185, Canandaigua 202. Individuals: Katelyn Tuohy (NR), 17:51.4; Kelsey Chmiel (Saratoga Springs), 18:32.2; Claire Walters (F-M), 19:11.6; Rebecca Walters (F-M), 19:18.1; Sophie Ryan (F-M), 19:19.0; Phoebe White (F-M), 19:22.8; Hannah Reale (Sh), 19:24.8; Jenna Schulz (Liverpool), 19:33.8; Madison Nuener (Liverpool), 19:45.1; Dana Lynch (Middletown), 19:53.3; Haleigh Morales (NR), 19:59.6; Sydney Nowicki (Lockport), 20:03.02; Jessica Pidgeon (M-W); 20:07.5; Justus Holden-Betts (Baldwinsville), 20:10.7; Abigail Spiers (Niskayuna), 20:16.3; Mary Hennelly (Suffern), 20:23.0; Reilly Siebert (Sy), 20:23.0; Rachel Hodge (Bethlehem), 20:23.5; Madison Klein (Horseheads), 20:26.0.
Teams: John Jay-Cross River 57, East Aurora 90, Mount Sinai 92, Cornwall 107, Pittsford-Mendon 137, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 144, Maine-Endwell 158, Jamesville-Dewitt 168, South Side 176, Peru 283, Franklin Academy 348. Individuals: Katherine Lee (Shoreham Wading River), 20:07.9; Noreen Guilfoyle (MS), 20:21.6; Sarah Connelly (MS), 20:21.7; Pippa Nuttall (JJ-CR), 20:30.0; Alison Otis (M-E), 20:31.9; Molly McLaughlin (EA), 20:41.4; Megan McLaughlin (EA), 20:45.4; Caroline Timm (Our Lady Of Lourdes), 20:48.3; Carly Woelfel (SS), 20:49.9; Olivia Lazarou (Amsterdam), 20:52.2; Kayla Schramm (Goshen), 20:59.3; Samantha Law (Great Neck North), 21:00.6; Rory Graham (B), 21:04.2; Molly Fitzgibbons (Oswego), 21:04.3; Meredith Hickman (C), 21:05.8; Madeline Foss (J-D), 21:10.0; Lauren Pollack (JJ-CR), 21:11.0; Cameron Crawford (JJ-CR), 21:12.4; Elizabeth Lucason (Camden), 21:15.9; Kelsey Crawford (JJ-CR), 21:17.7.
Teams: CBA-Syracuse 62, Newfane 83, Bronxville 87, Canton-HC Williams 95, Newark Valley 129, Harley-Allendale-Columbia 150, Saranac 17, Schuylerville 195, Mattituck 215, Onteora 222, Oyster Bay 244. Individuals: Hayleigh Palotti (Livonia), 19:24.6; Eva Borton (Clinton), 19:45.4; Olivia Morganti (C-S), 20:44.2; Kimberly Goerss (Newf), 20:48.8; Taylor Harvey (Clinton), 20:57.6; Cory Knox (C-S), 21:09.6; Deja Jones (C-S), 21:10.7; Jennifer Skeeter (Duanesburg), 21:12.4; Delaney Brewer (Vernon-Verona-Sherrill), 21:15.2; Julia Sarullo (Johnstown), 21:15.6; Natalie Weiner (Bronxville), 21:18.5; Sunni Labounty (Sc), 21:19.9; Elaine Atanasova (Duanesburg), 21:21.3; Rachael Woodruff (Sa), 21:23.0; Renee Riegel (NV), 21:24.9; Alia Moustafa (Dobbs Ferry), 21:25.3; Margo Henley (Akron), 21:25.7; Marissa Silba (NV), 21:25.8; Eva Demarco (Dobbs Ferry), 21:26.8; Phoebe Ward (Dobbs Ferry), 21:29.2.
Teams: South Lewis 62, Greenwich 65, Maple Grove 69, Addison 102, Delhi 112, Norwood-Norfolk 147, Seton Plattsburgh 188, Shelter Island 193, Millbrook 263. Individuals: Brooke Rauber (Tully), 18:51.6; Brynne Wright (G), 20:00.1; Hannah Ielfield (SL), 20:22.2; Christina Peppy (MG), 20:28.3; Hali Ielfield (SL), 20:31.5; Kelsy Hastings (Letchworth), 20:39.3; Madison Relyea (Mayfield), 20:40.7; Sydney Levison (N-N), 20:41.8; Lexi Bernard (SL), 20:42.5; Kylee Odell (Cylmer-Sherman-Panama), 20:43.0; Ava Crist (MG), 20:47.9; Abbey Copperwheat (New York Mills), 21:00.2; Bailey Gostomski (Cattaraugus-Little Valley), 21:03.3; Abby Gotomski (Cattaraugus-Little Valley), 21:04.1; Madelyn Dinneen (N-N), 21:11.9; Jade Dening (Remsen), 21:13.4; Lindsey Gallagher (SI), 21:13.4; Jaylah Cossin (Silver Creek), 21:15.6; Kelsey Young (Deposit-Hancock), 21:16.3; Sienna Dorr (D), 21:17.2
STATE SOCCER: Shen eliminated on PKs; Stillwater wins in OT
MIDDLETOWN — Half Hollow Hills West topped Shenendehowa 2-1 in a boys’ soccer Class AA semifinal game decided on penalty kicks Saturday. Jaylin Sykes scored the Plainsmen’s goal. Half Hollow held a 3-2 edge in penalty kicks.
Queensbury defeated Garden City 2-0 in a Class A state semifinal. Peter Crawford put the Spartans ahead with 6:42 remaining before Greg Maccharulo provided an insurance goal late. Queensbury will play Vestal for the Class A state title at 3 p.m. today.
In a Class B semifinal, Logan Groat scored a pair of goals, including one with 3.1 seconds remaining in overtime to push Ichabod Crane past Lackawanna 2-1.
HOMER — Brooke Pickett scored a pair of goals in overtime in Stillwater’s 4-2 Class C state semifinal win over Notre Dame. Pickett also scored one in the first half. Stillwater advances to today’s Class C state title game.
STATE VOLLEYBALL: Shen, BH-BL boys and girls teams to state semis
Shenendehowa rallied for a 24-26, 25-10, 25-15, 25-23 win in a boys’ volleyball Division I regional title game over Clarkstown South.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Eastchester in a Division II regional championship 25-15, 25-8, 25-16. Both the Plainsmen and the Spartans advance to state semifinal pool play next Saturday at 10 a.m. at Suffolk County Community College.
Shenendehowa captured a Class AA regional title in its 25-21, 26-24, 25-17 victory over Baldwinsville. The Plainsmen advance to semifinal pool play next Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at Cool Insuring Arena.
Nicole Adams has 17 kills and 7 blocks, while Mary Talty added 11 kills and four blocks. Hannah Feit recorded 32 assists. This is the fourth year in a row Shen has made the state semis.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Oswego 25-11, 25-18, 25-20 in a Class A regional final. For the Spartans, Avery Pollard recorded 27 assists and three aces. Grace Isaksen added 17 digs.
Hudson Falls swept Beekmantown 25-12, 25-11, 25-15 in a Class B regional title match. The Tigers advance to semifinal pool play next Saturday at 3 p.m. at Cool Insuring Arena.
Voorheesville beat Saranac Lake 25-18, 25-11, 25-12 in a Class C regional title game. Katy Bablin guided the Blackbirds with 20 assists, 20 service points, seven aces and five kills. Voorheesville will compete in semifinal pool play next Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at Cool Insuring Arena.
Argyle topped Northern Adirondack 25-14, 25-15, 25-11 in a Class D regional final, progressing to semifinal pool play next Saturday at 3 p.m. at Cool Insuring Arena.
STATE FIELD HOCKEY: BH-BL, Schuylerville knocked out
ENDWELL — Both local teams still standing in the the state tournament were knocked out Saturday.
Perennial state power Lakeland shut out Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 3-0 in a Class B state semifinal.
Carle Place edged Schuylerville 1-0 on Giana McKeough’s overtime game-winner in a Class C state semifinal. The Black Horses finish the season with a 20-1 record.
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