High Schools: Mekeel edges Fonda in WAC boys’ soccer

Lens Lima and Daniel McCarty each scored for the Lions, while Myles Anderson tallied the Braves' goal
Amsterdam’s Nicole Rose, right, tries to block a shot by Queensbury’s Gillian Canavan in Foothills Council volleyball Wednesday.
Amsterdam’s Nicole Rose, right, tries to block a shot by Queensbury’s Gillian Canavan in Foothills Council volleyball Wednesday.

Categories: High School Sports, Sports

In a Western Athletic Conference boys’ soccer matchup on Wednesday, Mekeel Christian Academy beat Fonda-Fultonville 2-1. Lens Lima and Daniel McCarty each contributed a goal for the Lions, while Myles Anderson contributed the lone goal for the Braves.

Schoharie beat Berne-Knox-Westerlo 3-1. Noah Fagnani scored one goal and contributed two assists, while Derek Dietz and Skyler Jankowski each added a goal for Schoharie.   

In a Colonial Council game, Schalmont defeated Cobleskill-Richmondville 4-0. Jared Smith had two goals for Schalmont, and Ryan Edwards and Dom Scalice each scored for the Sabres. Matt Horwedel added two assists for Schalmont, which has won nine straight to move to 9-1 overall and 8-1 in the Colonial. 

Albany Academy defeated Catholic Central 2-0. Baltazar Diaz had a goal while Nico Moutopoulos contributed a goal and assist. 


In a Suburban Council game, Saratoga Springs beat Troy 6-0.  

In the Western Athletic Conference, Schoharie beat Berne-Knox-Westerlo 6-0. Katie Krohn had three goals, Haley Drinon scored twice and contributed an assist, Mackenzie Barton had one goal, Megan Krohn had three assists and Maddy Phelan had an assist. Schoharie improves to 6-0 in WAC play and 6-2 overall. 

Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville defeated Duanesburg 7-2. Ashley Engle scored three goals, Magdelena Pellerito added two goals and an assist and Alexis Klock tallied two goals for OESJ, while Allison McLaughlin and Sam Kornbreck scored for Duanesburg. With the win, OESJ improves to 5-1 in and 6-2-3. 

Fonda-Fultonville and Mekeel Christian Academy tied 3-3. Alyssa Duval had two goals for Fonda, while Stella Williams contributed a goal. Jo Galarneau scored two goals for Mekeel while Bella Biscossi scored one goal. 

In a Colonial Council matchup, Holy Names defeated Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 12-0. Bella Tronco scored four goals and had an assist, Ava Panto contributed three goals and an assist, Megan Marini scored three goals and had two assists, Nikita Granich scored two goals and Riley Taylor had three assists for Holy Names.

Schalmont defeated Cobleskill-Richmondville 10-0. Sofia Cassano scored three goals and had an assist, Ashley Cirilla scored three goals and had an assist, Jules Monlea scored a goal, Gianna Viscusi scored two goals and Simone Cassano scored a goal and had an assist for the Sabres. 

A Wasaren League game between Stillwater and Tamarac was postponed as the fields were deemed unplayable by the referees.

Elsewhere in the Wasaren, Mechanicville beat Greenwich 6-1. Brynn Murphy had four goals and an assist, Jada Brown had a goal and two assists, Ryleigh Hopeck had a goal and Makayla Nadler, Nevaeh D’Aloia, and Michalena DePasquale each had an assist for Mechanicville, 7-1 in the league and 8-2 overall. Tess Merrill had the lone goal for Greenwich.  


In a Suburban Council game, Columbia defeated Bethlehem 28-26, 25-14, 24-26, 20-25, 25-20. Emily Powell had 22 kills, five aces, and 25 digs; Chesney Romer had 17 kills and 28 digs; and Emma Rainville had 56 assists and nine digs for Columbia, 6-3 in the Suburban.

In the Wasaren League, Tamarac defeated Cambridge 25-17, 25-18, 25-21. Bella Realbuto had six digs, nine service points and three kills; Catrina Murphy had two blocks, four digs and 12 service points; and Giuliana DiCarlo had 14 assists and 10 service points for the Bengals. Jojo Griffith had eight service points, two kills and six digs, while Adrianna Roarke had nine service points and six assists for Cambridge. 

In a Colonial Council game, Voorheesville defeated Schalmont 25-11, 25-14, 25-6. 

Holy Names defeated Cobleskill-Richmondville 19-25, 26-24, 22-25, 25-8, 25-14. Sydney Neff had 17 kills and 23 digs, Eleanor Cepiel had 11 kills and 18 digs and Claire Myers had 23 assists and 14 digs for Holy Names. Allie Walters had six aces and three kills, Samantha Marasciulo had 21 digs, Maggie Huntno had eight kills and Grace Hadsell had 13 assists for the Bulldogs. 

In a Foothills Council match, South Glens Falls defeated Johnstown 25-21, 25-18, 25-18. Grace Taylor had nine kills, three blocks and five digs; Sadie Clough had five kills; Madison Corso had 12 points and 10 digs; and Haylee Scarincio had 23 digs for South Glens Falls. Jordyn Stoutner had two aces, eight points, two blocks, four kills and a dig; Janay Douglas had one ace, nine points, one assist, eight kills and 12 digs; Macenzie Ward had one ace, three points, five kills, 18 assists and five digs for Johnstown.

Schuylerville defeated Scotia-Glenville 25-6, 25-8, 25-10. Averi Doyle had 24 assists, Eva Drohobycky had four kills and four digs, Jada Clarke had four kills and one block, Skylar Sisson had seven digs and four aces, Colette Stone had five aces and Makylee Haviland had four kills for Schuylerville. Shanna Ludovici had 19 assists, Lorelei Herrera had seven digs, Maya Bellamy had one ace, six digs and one kill, and Erica Ventrice had eight digs for the Tartans.  

Gloversville beat Glens Falls 25-20, 25-18, 25-11. Brooke Vassar had seven digs, Anna Bayle and Emily Barber each had four kills for Glens Falls. Aireana Muhlberger had 17 assists and seven digs; Alivia Wilson had 15 assists; Alana Biasini had 13 service points; Macey Salvione had seven aces, 14 kills and 13 digs; Maddy Avery had 10 kills and nine digs; and Hailee Thompson had six kills for Gloversville. 


In a Suburban Council matchup, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Niskayuna 25-9, 25-10, 25-14. Jake Baker had 14 kills and three aces, Derek Haughey had 14 assists and four kills, Aidan Calhoun had 18 assists, and Cedric Sirianni had three kills and three blocks for the Spartans. Nick Budka had eight assists; Bryce Berhof had two kills, one ace and one assist; Jack Grossman had three kills and one block; and Angelo Hermino had eight digs. BH-BL improves to 7-1 in the league and 9-1 overall. 

Shenendehowa defeated Saratoga Springs 25-19, 25-13, 25-12. Chris Bae had eight kills and five digs, Doug Ngo-Hatchie had 11 kills and six digs and Rohan Gangaraju had 21 kills for the Plainsmen. Garret Myers had four kills and five blocks and Quinn Montgomery had six assists for the Streaks.  

Bethlehem defeated Columbia 25-9, 25-17, 25-11. Caleb Federman had 24 assists, Erik Salo had seven kills and Zack Essex had seven kills for Bethlehem, 7-1 in the league. Chase Durivage had six kills, Hayden Butterfield had seven assists for Columbia. 

Field Hockey 

In a Suburban Council matchup, Niskayuna defeated Guilderland 1-0. The lone goal was scored by Claire Skumurski and assisted by Lauren Moran.  

Saratoga Springs topped Bethlehem 5-0. Lindsey Frank scored two goals, while Kylie Folts and Molly Russell each contributed a goal for 8-2 Saratoga. 

Shenendehowa beat Columbia 5-0. Kendall Eggleston scored a goal, Rachel Sterle contributed two goals and an assist, Olivia Howard had a goal and two assists and Lea Morlock contributed a goal for the Plainsmen.

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Shaker 4-0. Emma Mitchell, Erin McClernan, Isabel Adams and Emily Rabbitt each scored a goal for BH-BL. Grace Todd and Paige Thowe added an assist for BH-BL. 

In a Wasaren League matchup suspended by inclement weather five minutes into the second half, Hoosick Falls leads Greenwich 5-0. Lilian Hickey scored two goals and contributed two assists, and Emma McCart, Jayda Stell-Gulley and Madelyn Kasulinous each scored a goal for the Panthers. 

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