High Schools: Burnt Hills/Scotia swims to victory in Suburban Council meet


Sam Brown won the 50 and 100-yard freestyle races, and was part of Burnt Hills/Scotia’s first-place 200 medley and 200 free relays in a 92-76 Suburban Council boys’ swimming victory over Guilderland/Voorheesville Thursday.

Eli Willett won the 200 individual medley and 500 free and was on the first-place 200 free relay, Ryan Karaca won the 200 free, and  Keegan Stafford won the 100 backstroke and was on the first-place 200 medley relay for 9-0 Burnt Hills/Scotia.

Burnt Hills/Scotia has won all of its meets by double digits and handed Shenendehowa its only loss Tuesday.

Eric Ryan won the 100 butterfly, An Nguyen won the 100 breaststroke, and both of the Guilderland/Voorheesville swimmers were on a first-place 400 free relay.


Brigid Duffy delivered 19 points and Shea Canavan added 11 to lift Queensbury past Broadalbin-Perth 49-23 in a girls’ Foothills Council basketball game. Queensbury pulled away in the second half with a 33-12 scoring flurry. Molly Russom had eight points and Mairead Marsden totaled seven for the Patriots.

Sydney Hart scored 18 points, Alivia Killian scored 11, and both juniors put in five in a tone-setting 19-7 first-quarter run that pointed South Glens Falls toward a 61-20 win over Gloversville. Lucia Bouchard scored nine points for Gloversville.

Macey Koval and Amanda Pflieger scored 16 and 11 points, respectively, and Schuylerville edged Johnstown 51-48. Johnstown led at the half 30-29, and Schuylerville held a 40-39 advantage after three quarters. Jayden Wilson led the Lady Bills with 21 points and Abby Chest had 10. 

Qua’nire Greene scored 19 points for the Bishop Maginn boys’ basketball team in a 78-36 Central Hudson Valley League win over Heatly.

Ben Marra led 10 Maple Hill scorers with 21 points in a 62-38 Patroon Conference win over Cairo-Durham.


Mohonasen topped La Salle 27-5 in a Colonial Council boys’ bowling match. Chris Ryan’s 210 single was among the Mohonasen highlights. Zach Bombard had a 506 triple for the Cadets.

Troy defeated Columbia 20-12 in a match that saw Olivia DeCitise roll a 246-695 for the Flying Horses. Mason McDowell paced Columbia with a 259-679.

Bethlehem out pinned Saratoga Springs by 10, 2,458-2,448, and beat the Blue Streaks 18-14 in a Suburban Council girls’ bowling match. Madi Robbins had a 224-607 for Bethlehem. Sierra Borden had a 172-487 and Isabel Byrnes had a 193-479 for Saratoga.


Cobleskill-Richmondville defeated Mohonasen in a Colonial Council wrestling match 45-21, with Kyber Henry (152), Jace Rehberg (160), Luke Pryor (189), Aaron Henry (215) and Masen Cooper (285) notching pins for the Bulldogs, and Luke Yorke (145) winning by decision. Clayton O’Connor (126) and Landon Payton (172) pinned for Mohonasen, and Nico Rivera (132) won by decision.

Frank  Broadhurst recorded a 30-second pin at 126 as part of  Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk’s 72-6 Colonial Council wrestling win over Ichabod Crane. Matt Krambeck pinned at 285 for the Riders’ points

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake got a pin from Gabriel Goss (132), a tech fall from Colin Carlin (145), and decisions from Joshua Warland (160), Thomas Pawlinga (172) and Danny Casey (215) in a 36-24 Suburban Council win over Ballston Spa. Tristan Hinchcliff (118) and Darrien Insogna (285) pinned for the Scotties, and Ralph Keeney (110) and Connor Gregory (152) won by decision.

Averill Park defeated Columbia 50-21.Jacob Morgans (118), John Welcome (126), Jacob White (138), Elias Goosmann (189) and Edward Marcus (215) pinned for Averill Park, and Jamie Bartlett (132) and Nick Tempel (152) won by major decision. William Inman (102), Noah Smith (145) and Michael Bishop (285)  pinned for Columbia.

Guilderland defeated Niskayuna 46-24. Logan Collin (118), Myles White (132), Daniel Ralston (145), Andrew Daigler (160) and Dillon Blanchard (189) recorded pins for the Dutchmen, and Dillon O’Brien (172), Vincent Morisio (215) and Zack Harrison (285) won by decision. Brody Johnson (138) pinned for Niskayuna.


Dylan Becker had nine kills, Kole Wayman had seven kills and Lorenzo Harris had 16 assists in Cobleskill-Richmondville’s 25-7, 25-8, 26-24 Patroon Conference boys’ volleyball win over Cairo-Durham. Lucas Myers had 16 service points and 13 digs for the Bulldogs, and Wayman added 14 service points.

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