HIGH SCHOOLS – Dylan Bzdell scored in overtime from an assist by Nick Coons as Scotia-Glenville defeated Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth 8-7 in Foothills Council boys’ lacrosse action Thursday. Dante Bianchi scored three times. Bzdell and Coons each finished with a pair of goals in the game.
Amsterdam was led by Brady Naish’s three goals and two assists.
Davey Carroll tallied five goals and an assist in Niskayuna’s 14-9 Suburban Council win against Saratoga Springs. Lucas Klokiw scored three goals and had four assists, with Dillon Licht adding three goals. Kyle Griskowitz led the Blue Streaks with three goals and an assist.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake’s Kevin Carney dished out nine assists to go with his two goals as the Spartans dropped Averill Park 21-2. Shane McCleman, Nick Bailey and Lucas Donahue each tallied four goals.
Shenendehowa shut out Colonie 16-0 in Suburban Council action led by Colin Palmer and Nathan Wolfe with three goals each. Goalies Brandon Stocker and Brady Leska combined to make nine saves for the shutout.
Guilderland scored four fourth quarter goals to edge CBA 11-10. Guilderland’s Michael Mackissock tallied three goals with three assists, Tommy Tykinski had three goals and two assists, with Danny Machiarella adding two goals and two assists. Logan Murphy led CBA with three goals and an assist, Shea Hogan had two goals.
South Glens Falls edged Queensbury 9-8 in Foothills Council action. Trey Marcil scored three goals and had two assists. Jack Walter scored three goals and Hudson DeLisle had three assists. Dan Collins and Lucas Longhitano each scored two goals for Queensbury.
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MK Lescault scored five goals and had three assists as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake rolled past Averill Park 17-2 in Suburban Council girls’ lacrosse action. Emma Winslow added three goals and an assist for the Spartans. Five other Burnt Hills players scored two goals.
Kelly Augeri scored four goals in Shenendehowa’s 12-9 win over Colonie. Paige Adams scored three goals, and Bridget Bailey and Cam Wilders each scored a goal and had two assists. Shannon Coyle scored three goals and had two assists for Colonie.
Mae Conway and Caroline Marotta each scored five goals in Bethlehem’s 21-1 win over Albany.
Sydney Morrison scored four goals and had an assist as Albany Academy dropped Emma Willard 15-2 in Colonial Council action. Ava Sperling and Lily Giombetti each had two goals and two assists for Emma Willard.
Lauren McCulloch scored five goals and had an assist in Shaker’s 19-12 non-league win over National Cathedral Bladensburg (Maryland). Lindsey McCulloch had three goals and two assists for the Blue Bison.
RODRIGUEZ’S FIVE HITS POWER SARATOGA BASEBALL
Saratoga Springs belted out 16 hits as Raul Rodriguez went 5 for 5, hitting two doubles and scoring five runs as the Blue Streaks routed Albany 23-2 in Suburban Council baseball action. Christian Mello went 2 for 4 hitting a home run and a double with three RBI.
Derek Robinson had three singles in Scotia-Glenville’s 5-0 Foothills Council victory over Johnstown. Aidan Streeter had a double and single, and Luke Brandow added two singles. Micah Forgette pitched six scoreless innings. For the Sir Bills, Antonio DeMarco had a single, double and struck out seven Tartans through
6 2-3 innings.
In the Foothills Council, Schuylerville scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh to edge South Glens Falls 4-3. Carson Patrick went 1 for 3 with a double and an RBI and Owen Sherman was 1 for 3 with an RBI. Dan Cohen led the Bulldogs, going 3 for 3 with a double and three RBIs.
Mason Snell went 2 for 3 with a home run, finishing with four RBIs as OESJ defeated Mayfield 17-4 in Western Athletic Conference play. Owen Feagles went 2 for 3 with two RBIs for OESJ.
Columbia fell behind early and couldn’t catch Ichabod Crane 3-2 in the first game of a non-league doubleheader. Gunnar Grethen-Laughlin led the Riders, going 2 for 4. Topher Pelesz earned the win, going 6 1-3 innings, giving up two runs, striking out six and walking three.
One run was all Ichabod Crane needed to shut out Columbia 1-0 in the second game of the doubleheader. Starter Alex Schmidt gave up three hits in his six innings of work, striking out four and walking four. Kyle Bartlett pitched the final inning for the Riders. Steven Heller went 2 for 3 for the Blue Devils.
HOOSICK FALLS’ BOISVERT STRIKES OUT 19 IN WIN
Hoosick Falls pitcher Kennedy Boisvert struck out 19 Cambridge batters, earning a 1-0 Wasaren League softball victory. Kai Jones went 2 for 3 for the Panthers. Cambridge pitcher Lauren Archambault was solid, giving up a run on five hits, striking out 11 and walking two.
Greenwich scored eight runs in the final two innings to outpace Stillwater 11-7. Eden Resch hit a home run and had three RBI for Stillwater.
Kaylee LaForest went 3 for 4 with a double and two RBI as Cohoes defeated Cobleskill-Richmondville 9-1 in Colonial Council action. Shelby Dawe went 2 for 3 with 3 RBI for Cohoes. Kendall Roberts and Sam Rogers each went 1 for 3 for C-R.
Shenendehowa’s Breanna Hayes threw a two-hit shutout, striking out 12 Columbia batters in a 4-0 non-league win. Emily Baumes went 3 for 4, scored three runs and hit a solo home run for the Plainsmen, and Jada Lambright went 2 for 2 with a double.
In a morning non-league tilt, Columbia edged Guilderland 6-4 as Natalie Faas went 1 for 3, hitting her first varsity home run, a two-run shot. Abbie Silliman went 2 for 4 with two RBIs. Guilderland’s Lillie Teague and Skyler VanWormer both went 2 for 4.
Monroe-Woodbury’s lone run in the bottom of the seventh inning was enough to drop Ballston Spa 1-0. Monroe-Woodbury’s Brianna Roberts gave up just one hit — to Ballston Spa’s Taylor Russell — striking out 11.
BETHLEHEM BOYS’ TENNIS SWEEPS CBA
Bethlehem swept CBA 9-0 in a Suburban Council boys’ tennis match. Will Bievenue, Aden Haas, Emi Torlasco and Nate Koplick each earned 6-0, 6-0 singles wins. Derek Clark with Michael Xie and Howie Vargas and Zach Harbinger captured 6-0, 6-0 doubles victories.