School roundup: Jones fires 300-686, leads Mohonasen girls to Colonial bowling title

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Madyson Jones rolled a 300 game as part of 686 triple in leading Mohonasen to the girls’ team title at the Colonial Council bowling tournament Monday at Boulevard Bowl.

Kianna Macapinlac rolled a 205-608 and Giovanna Fowler put together a 212-586 to back Jones and help the Mighty Warriors amass 3,379 pins.

Schalmont got a 222-590 from Marisa Phillips and placed second among the teams with 3,125 pins, followed by Cohoes (3,104), Lansingburgh (2,965), Mechanicville (2,586) and Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk (2,431).

Ace Verin of Lansingburgh had the second-best single at 268 and triple at 626 behind Jones, who was selected the league most valuable player.

Schalmont won the boys’ team title with 3,838 pins, followed by Mohonasen (3,776), Lansingburgh (3,416), Cohoes (3,375), Catholic Central (3,064), Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk (2,993), Voorheesville (2,927) and Cobleskill-Richmondville (2,602). Gino Palleschi of Mohonasen had the high single and triple with a 279-746. David Pitsas of Schalmont rolled a 247 single.

GRABER, ANTOINE LIFT SABRES

Payton Graber scored 29 points and Karissa Antoine netted 26 to spark Schalmont’s 78-37 Colonial Council girls’ basketball win over Holy Names.

Schalmont raced to a 44-29 halftime lead, with Graber delivering 22 of the 44 points. Ryan Carroll scored 13 points for Holy Names.

Voorheesville got 15 points from Mia Carmody in a 47-40 win over Cohoes. Teagan McGinn scored all nine of her points for Voorheesville in a 19-9 first-quarter run. Madison Huneau scored 12 points for the Tigers.

Grace O’Brien scored 18 points, Julia Reed had nine and Emma Spadaro contributed eight as Galway turned back Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 46-28 in the Western Athletic Conference. Jenna Nelson led ND-BG with 10 points and Angelina Dietz had nine.

Cloey Dopp totaled 20 points and Kelsey Meca registered 17 in Mayfield’s 53-26 win over Canajoharie. Mayfield held Canajoharie to single digit points in every quarter. Kaijah Fowler scored 12 points for the Cougars.

In the Foothills Council, Sydney Hoefs had 13 points, Ashley DiCarlo had 12 and eight other Amsterdam players scored in a 72-19 win over Gloversville. Amsterdam connected on 11 3-pointers, with Hoefs sinking a trio of them in a 20-3 first-quarter flurry. Layla Chapin scored seven points for Gloversville.

Emma Goebel scored 11 points for Broadalbin-Perth in a 41-33 win over Glens Falls.

Stasia Epler scored 11 points, and Sammi Crandall and Schuylar Nolan both scored nine as Cambridge logged a 43-31 Wasaren League win over Hoosick Falls. Olivia Estes led the Panthers with 17 points.

Alex Wright poured in 42 points — one point shy of her season high — to propel Berne-Knox-Westerlo past Heartly 73-28 in a non-league game. Wright had 25 points by the half. Grace Tymchyn added 15 points for the Bulldogs.

BRAVES PREVAIL IN BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Nick Hastings scored 17 points and Colin Kowalski nailed five 3s to account for his 15 in Fonda-Fultonville’s 71-43 Western Athletic Conference boys’ basketball win over Schoharie. Jackson Cusack had 12 points for the Braves. Dan Bernhardt and Quin Barton scored 10 points apiece for Schoharie. Kowalski sank four 3s in a 22-8 second-quarter run.

Nate Wylie scored 26 points, Josh Pigliavento came away with 21 and Esiasyn Starr put in 20 as Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons topped Galway 81-64. Josh Lovelass scored 19 points for Galway.

Nick Verdile went 11-for-13 from the line and sank three 3s in a 30-point outing that helped Ballston Spa get past Albany 74-63 in the Suburban Council. Andrew Haight had 19 points and Ben Phillips had 13 for the Scotties. Isaiah Austin had 22 points and four steals for the Falcons, and Frailin Marrero De La Rosa had 16 points and nine rebounds.

Bethlehem beat Columbia 64-33. Ali Weatherly scored 16 points for the Eagles, and Ryan Reynolds and Caden Bernardo both had 10.

Owen Sherman scored 23 points as part of Schuylerville’s 74-52 Foothills Council win over Johnstown. Lukas Sherman and Ryan Dow chipped in with 15 and 11 points, respectively, for the Black Horses. Steve VanNostrand paced Johnstown with 22 points.

Tamarac dealt Mechanicville a 63-55 Wasaren League defeat. Colin Richardson scored 19 points for Mechanicville, and Joe DeVito and Cruz Goverski both had 10. Tamarac outscored Mechanicville in the second half 32-23 to rally for the win..

Gage Calitri collected 35 points and eight rebounds in Middleburgh’s 60-43 non-league victory over Sharon Springs, which got 18 points from Brady Law.

Northville beat Heatly 57-27 behind Daniel VanNostrand’s 15 points and Jacob Frank’s 14. Frank hit four 3-point baskets.

Maple Hill got 19 points from Brady Rogers and double-digit scoring from three others in a 60-48 win over Duanesburg. Ethan Thompson had 13 points for the Eagles, who were outscored 28-15 in the middle quarters.

Levi Thomas connected on five 3s and generated 23 points, and Robert Jordan had 17 points for Fort Plain in a 65-47 win over Watervliet. Clayton Welch had 13 points for the Hilltoppers. Jay Chaplin had 14 for the Cannoneers.

Jake Sparks scored 15 points and Connor Jones made all four of his foul shots in the last quarter as Hoosick Falls edged Mount Anthony 42-40. The win was coach Mike Lilac’s 399th with the Panthers. Dylan Baker had 11 points and Tucker Thane had 10 for the Panthers.

DOCHAT, SALTSMAN WEIGHT CHAMPS

Alexa Dochat of Shenendehowa won the girls’ weight throw at the Section II state qualifier with a 41-9 1/4 effort, and Cadence Brewer of Guilderland was second with a 41-0. Uchenna Uba of Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk had the best shot put distance at 34-8 1/4, followed by Brewer at 33-11.

Alessandro Saltsman of Fonda-Fultonville won the boys weight throw at 58-2 1/4 and Tate Lehman of Shenendehowa was second at 51-1. Shot put honors went to Jack Foster of Saratoga Springs after the senior went 54-0, and Saltsman was second at 49-7 ahead of Amsterdam’s Garrett McHeard at 47-1.

Louie Cassella won the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly, Carson Engstrom won the 50 free and 500 free, and both juniors swam on first-place 200 medley and 200 free relays to lead Albany’s 93-55 non-league boys’ swimming and diving win over Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk. Also for Albany, Luke Carroll won the 200 individual medley, Jasaun Myers won the diving and Ben Viggiani won the 100 free. Max Deyo won the 100 backstroke for Ravena.

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