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High Schools: Schuylerville football falls in state title game

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For the second time in three years, Schuylerville fell to Section IV champion Chenango Forks 21-0 in the NYSPHSAA Class C football championship game at the Syracuse Carrier Dome.

Chenango Forks running back Dubbs Haqq scored a pair of touchdowns in the second half to seal the second-consecutive state champion for the Blue Devils seventh New York state title.

Schuylerville gained just 10 yards on 20 carries against the Chenango Forks defense while the Blue Devils racked up 263 yards on 49 carries including all three scores on the ground and did not punt the ball in the contest.

Black Horses quarterback Owen Sherman was 12-for-28 for 117 passing yards Friday night.

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE TOPS B-P IN OPENER
Broadalbin-Perth’s Mariano DiCaterino scored a game-high 30 points including eight three-pointers in the Patriots 67-46 Foothills Council loss to Scotia-Glenville. The Tartans were led by Ben Kline’s 23-point night with Griffin Fratterigo dropping in 16 and Aaron Corker adding 14.

Ben Swartz finished with 20 points to lead Hudson Falls to a 63-37 victory over Gloversville in a Foothills Council contest at Hudson Falls. The Tigers led 18-9 after one quarter and 38-16 at the half on their way to the win. Peyton Smith added 18 points for Hudson Falls. Gio Glionna scored 10 points to lead Gloversville.

Deondre Guinard scored 16 points and nine rebounds to lead four players in double figures as Queensbury posted a 57-41 Foothills Council victory over Johnstown. Trevon Bailey had 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Spartans, Zion Freeman netted 12 points and five steals, and Aiden Bleibrey added 10 points and four assists. Steve VanNostrand finished with 10 points for Johnstown.

Lansingburgh outscored Schalmont 21-12 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 49-45 Colonial Council victory. James Oliver netted 16 points for the Knights, while Logan Hardt added 12.

Paulie Brosius scored 11 points to pace Schalmont, which led 33-28 heading into the final quarter.

Royal Brown scored 36 points, including six three-pointers as Cohoes defeated Ichabod Crane 69-56 in Colonial Council action. Ramere Brown added 18 points for the Tigers. Ichabod Crane was led by Alex Schmidt’s 15-point night with Brett Richards adding 13 for the Riders.

Brandon Gordon scored 13 points to lift Colonie to a 69-32 non-league victory at Mohonasen.

Stephen Tenney and Ras Elijah Godbold each had nine points for the Garnet Raiders. Kyle Cornell scored 14 points to lead Mohonasen.

Logan Reilly and Isiah Eckler each scored 16 points in Hoosic Valley’s 81-14 win over Berlin/New Lebanon in Wasaren League action.

Christian Brother Academy ran out to a 12-2 first quarter lead and didn’t look back, dropping Bethlehem 56-38 in Suburban Council action. Aidan Ryan led CBA with 13 points with Len Buddington added 12.

Liam Teague netted 15 points to lift Guilderland to a 55-53 win over Columbia in a Suburban Council contest. Mitchell Mackissack had 14 points for the Dutchmen and Ben Fiori added 13. Justin Sapienza finished with 15 points for Columbia.

Jake Sparks scored 26 points for Hoosick Falls in a 71-40 win over St. Lawrence in the opening round of the Lake George Tournament. Miles Smith added 10 points for the Panthers, who will face Lake George in today’s championship game.

MULHERN LEADS DUANESBURG GIRLS’ TO WIN
Sophia Bologna scored 23 points to power Holy Names to a 57-33 victory over Voorheesville in a Colonial Council contest. Riley Good (12 points) and Ryan Carroll (10) also hit double digits for Holy Names. Mia Carmody scored 12 points to pace Voorheesville.

Alex Leonard led the way with 22 points to lift Albany Academy for Girls to a 76-29 victory over Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk in a Colonial Council game. Bella Vincent had 18 points for Albany Academy, Meleena Ottati posted 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Stylianna Mantzouris added 11 points.

Ashley Ames led Ichabod Crane with 19 points in the Riders’ 58-31 Colonial Council win over Cohoes. Delaney More dropped in 15 points along with pulling down eight rebounds in the win. Carolina Williams added 14 points for Ichabod Crane.

Hannah Mulhern led Duanesburg with 15-points in the Eagles 73-40 non-league win over Cambridge. Allison O’Hanlon added 14 points with Alex Moses and Madison Meyer each chipping in 11 points. Stasia Epher led Cambridge with 17 points in the loss.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo jumped out to a 22-2 lead after one quarter on its way to a 56-27 non-league victory over Mekeel Christian Academy. Alexis Wright scored 26 points for the Bulldogs, while Ashlee Stevens added 13. Promise Mitchell finished with 10 points to lead Mekeel Christian.

In the Averill Park Tournament, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake posted a 55-20 victory over Troy in the opening round.

Callie Chevalier finished with 17 points to pace the Spartans.

Carlie Rzeszotarski netted 15 points for Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake and Grace O’Connor added 13. Solaris Nunez scored eight points to lead Troy.

Averill Park exploded in the second half outscoring South Glens Falls 45-14 and cruising to an 81-38 non-league win.

Amelia Wood led the Warriors with 18 points followed by Michelina Lombardi with 15 and Taylor Holohan with 14.

SHEN SWIMMERS TOP QUEENSBURY
Shenendehowa won eight of 11 events on its way to a non-league boys’ swimming victory at Queensbury on Friday.

Jaden Homan won the 100-yard butterfly and 200-yard freestyle for the Plainsmen, while Xavier Silaika (200 individual medley), Brian Miller (50 freestyle), Danny Killian (100 freestyle) and Trevor Goodwill (500 freestyle) also posted wins.

Ethan Langford (100 backstroke) and Noah Crandall (100 breaststoke) notched wins for Queensbury.

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