School roundup: Broadalbin-Perth girls basketball wins in 4 OTs

Amsterdam's Kasia Derrico looks to hold onto the ball between Scotia-Glenville's Abby Snyder, left, and Tori Nardini during girls' basketball non-league action Monday at Scotia-Glenville High School. Amsterdam won 49-28.
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Amsterdam's Kasia Derrico looks to hold onto the ball between Scotia-Glenville's Abby Snyder, left, and Tori Nardini during girls' basketball non-league action Monday at Scotia-Glenville High School. Amsterdam won 49-28.

Broadalbin-Perth outlasted Schuylerville in four overtimes 54-51 in a girls’ Foothills Council basketball game Monday night.

Broadalbin-Perth outscored Schuylerville 18-15 in the extra sessions, including a 4-1 margin in the last one when Emma Goebel had the lone bucket. Molly Russom had 16 points for the Patriots, and Goebel finished with 13. Lauren King led the Black Horses with 14 points.

Amsterdam used a 15-0 run spanning the second and third quarters to gain the upper hand in what ended as a 49-28 win over Scotia-Glenville.

Sydney Hoefs collected 14 points, eight rebounds and five assists for the Rams. Ashley DeCarlo chipped in with 12 points for the Rams. Karaline McCarthy had 11 points for the Tartans, and Keeley Kristel had nine.

Jaidyn Chest scored 26 points, Jaden Wilson had 22, and Johnstown limited rival Gloversville to single digits in three quarters as part of a 71-27 win. Angelina Christman led Gloversville with eight points.

Lansingburgh edged Cohoes in a Colonial Council game 34-32. Tyina scored 14 points for the Knights. Quincy Hytko and Julia Marcil both scored 10 for the Tigers.

Julie Lehoe scored six of her nine points in a 16-5 fourth-quarter run as Schoharie defeated Cairo-Durham 53-42 in a girls’ non-league game. Jessica Meade and Abby Fagnani both scored four points in the last quarter when the Indians broke away from a 37-37 tie. Meade finished with 16 points, and McKayla Mudge had 17 for Cairo-Durham.

PATRIOTS ROLL PAST RAMS

Broadalbin-Perth got three 600 triples and generated a 3,432 pinfall in beating Amsterdam 3-1 in a boys’ Foothills Council bowling match. Jake Pavone had a 236-667 for the Patriots, Derek Goebel had a 255-663, and Joe Simonds had a 279-627. Amsterdam, which totaled 3,345 pins, was led by Patrick Hyam with a 235-630, Kia Brennan with a 230-594, and Matt Sawitzki with a 222-627.

Scotia-Glenville totaled 3,172 points and beat Schuylerville 4-0. Savannah Swiatocha anchored the Tartans’ victory with a 246-687, while Josh Allen had a 206-583 and Nick Auspelmyer had a 215-548. Schuylerville was led by Micah Grant with a 181-515, and Lucas Fitzgerald with a 182-505.

Jocelyn Smith fired a 245-652 to lift Glens Falls past Gloversville 4-0 in a Foothills Council match. Michael Blockburger had a 203-532 for the Indians, and Sean Derrick had a 191-511. Jeremy Wilson had a 171-425 for Gloversville.

Matt Rogers came away with a 237-625, Gino Palleshi was three back at 223-622, and Mohonasen beat Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 28-4 in the Colonial Council. Mohonasen finished with a 3,528 pinfall. Konnor Kramer had a 203-586 for Ravena, and Ian Brisco had a 211-584.

Elijah Gillick rolled a 236-660, Jackson Felt had a 205-567, and Jakob Kushnick had a 225-525 in Cohoes’ 29-3 win over La Salle. Zach Bombard had a 190-532 for the Cadets.

Canajoharie got a 247-626 from Tanner Ackernecht, a 189-523 from Dereck Mereness, and collected 2,555 points in beating Mayfield 4-0 in Western Athletic Conference action. RJ Jackson paced Mayfield with a 222-522, and Logan Vanostrand added a 199-510.

Anthony Paradiso had single games of 258 and 248 as part of a 681 triple, and Ian Zuppardi rolled a 231-574 to key Fort Plain’s 4-0 win over Duanesburg. Vic Sylva had the high single (176) and triple (455) for the Eagles.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo beat Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 4-0 behind Ryan Feliciano’s 252-559 and Sam Lawler’s 194-522. Cameron Bergeron had a 225-608 for Bishop Gibbons.

BEEHM LEADS SCHENECTADY

The Schenectady girls topped Ballston Spa 25-7 in a Suburban Council bowling match as Kiara Beehm put together a 199-548, Shane Terry recorded a 200-538 and Selena Wolf notched a 185-514 for the Patriots. Taylor Russell led the Scotties with a 246-613, and Kennedy Barker had a 192-542.

Madi Robbins spun a 233-668, and Amanda Burek delivered a 258-650 to spark Bethlehem’s 23-9 win over Niskayuna. Kate Makrin had a 162-415 for Niskayuna.

Colonie’s 23-9 win over Averill Park included a 224-593 by Lily Rogers, a 573 by Amy Chrzanowski and a 569 by Teagan DeVoe. Laney Brown led Averill Park with a 215-544.

Columbia showed its in a 32-0 win over Saratoga Springs. Columbia subbed for its starters and did not have a player roll three games, yet knocked down 3,110 pins. Emma Hart had the high Columbia single with a 227, and Kara Barcher added a 219. Ellie Ripchik had a 191-448 for the Blue Streaks.

Gia Fowler tallied a 229-665, and Mohonasen piled up 3,118 pins in a 4-0 Colonial Council win over Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk. Briannan Matteo had a 206-571 for Mohonasen, Kat Gaudio had a 224-552, and Kianna Macapinlac had a 201-530. Kayla Stanton had a 191-545 for Ravena.

Cohoes beat Mechanicville 24-8 as Ellen Spence rolled a 188-521 and Lillie Garneau turned in a 182-504 for the Tigers. Taylor Masterson had a 159-471 for Mechanicville.

Canajoharie and Mayfield tied 2-2 in WAC play, with Maura DiMezza rolling a 172-485 for the Cougars, and Madison Dann rolling a 179-518 for the Panthers.

Dylan Becker had eight kills, Lorenzo Harris assisted on 13 points, and Mike Lent served for 15 points as Cobleskill-Richmondville beat Cairo-Durham 25-21, 25-10, 25-13 in a boys’ Patroon Conference volleyball match.

PATRIOTS RELAY WINS TWICE

Schenectady runners placed first in the boys’ 4×200-meter relay at the North Shore Invitational Friday at The Armory in New York City, and again at the Bomber Invitational Sunday at Ithaca College.

Che Samuel, Dior Roberts, Jelani Wells and Deron Davis joined for a 1:36.79 at the North Shore event, and the same foursome went 1:35.45 at the Bomber Invitational for the third-fastest time in the state this season. Schenectady won that race by more than six seconds over a team from Ithaca High School (1:41.79), while Guilderland (1:42.55) and Shaker (1:47.22) placed third and fourth, respectively.

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