High schools: Amsterdam girls’ basketball beats Schuylerville

Amsterdam's Ashley DiCarlo takes a shot between Schuylerville's Lauren King, left, and Sadie Tavares on Thursday.
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Amsterdam's Ashley DiCarlo takes a shot between Schuylerville's Lauren King, left, and Sadie Tavares on Thursday.

Sydney Hoefs scored 17 points, and Ashley DiCarlo scored 12 that included a key 3-pointer inside the final minute as Amsterdam beat Schuylerville 53-45 in a girls’ Foothills Council basketball game Thursday night.

Macey Koval scored 16 points for the Black Horses.

Molly Russom led eight Broadalbin-Perth scorers with 11 points, and the Patriots turned back Scotia-Glenville 53-22.

Jill Sassanella had 10 points for Broadalbin-Perth, and Brooke Bush and Mairead Marsden both finished with eight. The Patriots took charge early in their season opener with a 21-8 run in the first quarter. Karaline McCarthy led Scotia-Glenville with 11 points, and Keeley Kristel had nine.

Brigid Duffy led a trio of double-digit Queensbury scorers with 22 points, and the Spartans used a 30-7 third-quarter burst to put Johnstown away in a 71-41 Foothills Council win. Jaden Wilson scored 21 for Johnstown.

Maggie Putvin scored 15 points in Hudson Falls’ 57-30 win over Gloversville. Shiasia Williams scored nine points and Lucia Bouchard had eight for Gloversville. The Tigers decided the game with a 40-14 run in the middle quarters.

KENYON, LOVELASS LIFT GALWAY
Zach Kenyon scored 14 points and took down 10 rebounds to lead Galway past Loudonville Christian 44-31 in a boys’ non-league basketball game. Josh Lovelass had nine points and five steals for Galway, which raced to a 16-5 first-quarter lead. Kenyon sparked the quick start with a pair of 3-point baskets. Elija Woods and Mike Marshall had 14 and 11 points, respectively, for Loudonville Christian.

Mayfield opened up a 32-5 lead after the first quarter and beat Wells 75-24 for its first victory of the season. Hunter Jones scored 14 points for the Panthers, Britain Goodemote had 13 points and eight rebounds, and Jake Petoff had 10 points, five rebounds and four assists.

Gage Calitri had 23 points and eight rebounds, and Troy Cammer had 16 points, nine rebounds and five steals as Middleburgh beat Gilbertsville Mount Upton 58-52.

RAMS BOWLING SWEEPS S-G
Amsterdam’s Matt Sawitzki rolled a 647 triple, and Mekhi Curry had the high single for the Rams with a 268 in a 4-0 Foothills Council boys’ bowling win over Scotia-Glenville. Sawitzki finished with a 647 triple, Kai Brennan put together a 228-642 series for the Rams, and Curry closed with a 620 three-game set. Savannah Swiatocha paced Scotia-Glenville with a 241-659, and Nick Auspelmyer had a 204-527.

Schuylerville beat Gloversville 3-1 as Micah Grant rolled a 213-527 for the Black Horses. Tyler Earley’s 177-470 was best for Gloversville.

Glens Falls and Johnstown tied 2-2, with Steven Hulbert rolling a 252-648, Mick Winton turning in a 225-581 and Darynn Fallis delivering a 209-538 for the Sir Bills. Jocelyn Smith had a 237-616 for Glens Falls.

Hudson Falls got a 267-631 from Atrayu Wallach in its 4-0 sweep of Broadalbin-Perth. Braden Wells had a 563 and Kody Edwards had a 552 to back Wallach. Jennah Graham had a 193-505 for the Patriots.

Dereck Mereness rolled a 255-655, Tanner Ackernecht had a 233-642, and Canajoharie totaled 2,796 pins in a 4-0 Western Athletic Conference win over Fort Plain. Henry Yerdon added a 200-518 for the Cougars. Fort Plain was led by Ian Zuppardi with a 205-524.

Ryan Monty had a 623 triple, and Mohonasen knocked down 3,737 pins in a 26-6 Colonial Council win over Catholic Central.

Canajoharie posted a 4-0 Western Athletic Conference girls’ win over Fort Plain behind Maura DiMezza’s 183-487, Avery Merchant’s 152-426 and Maya Evans’ 158-420. Shantel Kretser led the Hilltoppers with a 194-501, and Emma Oldrick had a 152-449.

Mechanicville defeated Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 20-12 in a Colonial Council match. Taylor Masterson had a 164-455 for Mechanicville, and Julia Bub had a 167-453. Kayla Standon had a 190-502 for Ravena.

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