Lindsey Frank scored twice, once unassisted at the beginning of the game and once with the help of Kylie Folts in overtime Friday to lead Saratoga Springs to a 3-2 Suburban Council field hockey win over Bethlehem.
Danielle Geils also scored for Saratoga. Kate Davenport and Courtney Cea scored for Bethlehem.
Lea Morlock and Rachel Sterle had two goals and Olivia Howard and Maddy Dune had a goal apiece to lead Shenendehowa over Columbia 6-0.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake beat Shaker 2-0 with Molly Rochobradsky and Paige Thowe scoring the two goals.
In the Foothills Council, South Glens Falls boys’ soccer beat Glens Falls 5-0.
South Glens Falls scored first in the 19th minute on a loose ball in the box with Andrew King taking advantage and burying it in the net. Nine minutes later Bobby Bruschini hit a ball in from 18 yards out and in the 71st minute by dribbling through the defense on the right side. Culverhouse scored a goal off a corner kick at 76:30 and Bruschini got his third and the hat trick by again dribbling through the defense for the goal.
In non-league action, Schalmont beat Albany Academy 2-0. Ryan Edwards scored first for the Sabres scoring a free kick seven minutes into the game. Hazma Noor scored the second goal of the game off a cross from Matt Horewedel to score his first varsity goal.
Bethlehem beat Liverpool 3-2. Liverpool scored in the first two minutes from outside the box. Bethlehem answered 23 minutes later with Gabe Kaprielian scoring on a scramble in front of the goal. Nilaan Nigam hit a corner kick in to Ryan Doyle who hit it into the back of the net and scored again on Kenan Kanic’s shot across the box into the top left post. Liverpool answered back with one on the outside the box which was deflected in on the second attempt.
Hudson Falls beat Colonie 2-1 with Alex Varney getting on the end of the corner kick with 13 second remaining in the second overtime.
Ballston Spa beat Utica-Proctor 2-1 behind Brayden Box’s two goals, who got an assist from Ethan Waters and Ethan Cook.
Mayfield beat Waterford 3-2 in overtime with goals from Colby Brandow, Daniel Leach and Evan Lehr, the goalie. Waterford got its goals from Hunter Guertin and Nick Rich.
Shaker fell to Whitesboro 4-2 with the only goals from Jack Acquario and Stephen Guidi on Shaker.
In the Wasaren League, Sam Lanoue scored the lone goal of the game to give Hoosic Valley a 1-0 win over Cambridge.
Tamarac beat Waterford-Halfmoon 10-3. Tamarac’s Haley Honsinger scored four goals, Brean Eversten scored two and Sophie Champagne, Jenna Hunt, Isabella Bisceglia and Shannon Ryan all had one goal. For Waterford, Annelise Rebel had a hat trick.
Mechanicville beat Hoosick Falls 2-0 with Brynn Murphy and Mikayla Nadler getting a goal a piece.
Chatham beat Coxsackie Athens 3-0 behind Caroline Paolucci’s one goal and Abby Hoag’s two.
In the Scott J. Retersdorf Memorial Tournament, Ballston Spa beat Northville 4-1 behind Sarah Rule, Maddy Barnum, Sarah Sierzenga and Gabriella Payant.
Brooke Pickett scored a hat trick to lead Stillwater 8-1 over Greenwich. Kate McEvoy added two goals of her own for Stillwater.
Germantown beat Galway 2-1 behind Riley Gibbons’ and Julia Howard’s goals.
Garret Myers’ 11 kills and three blocks and Mike Rogan’s 11 kills, and five blocks led Saratoga Springs to a 19-25, 25-21, 8-25, 25-18, 15-8 Suburban Council boys’ win over Columbia.
Shenendehowa beat Guilderland 25-19, 25-15, 25-18 behind Devin Colon’s 15 kills and four digs. Thomas Miller had 17 digs, Doug Ngo-Hatchie added nine kills and Jehvani Palmer had five kills and five blocks.
Senior Setter Caleb Federman had 24 assists to lead Bethlehem over Shaker 25-23, 25-26, 25-9. Erick Salo had 12 kills and Jackson Howe added 10 more for Bethlehem.
In girls’ action, Canajoharie beat Corinth 25-19, 25-20, 25-23 behind Sara Paradiso’s six aces, eight service points and 12 assists and McKayla Hayner’s four aces, eight service points and two kills.
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