High schools: Scotia-Glenville boys’ lacrosse rolls to Foothills Council win

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Jake Dariano contributed six goals and two assists, and Dante Bianchi produced five goals and three assists in Scotia-Glenville’s 17-6 Foothills Council boys’ lacrosse win Tuesday against Hudson Falls.

Dylan Bzdell had three goals and two assists, while Nick Coons added one goal and five assists in the victory. Bryce Layton made a dozen saves.

Scotia-Glenville led 10-2 at halftime.

For Hudson Falls, Mason Watson had two goals and Logan Suprenant made 22 saves.

Queensbury outscored Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth 11-2 in the middle quarters en route to a 17-2 win. Stephen Deutsch led Queensbury with eight goals and three assists. John Carbone and Chris Tilley scored for Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth.

Dane Jones registered six goals and one assist in Bethlehem’s 16-3 Suburban Council win against Averill Park. George Rhatigan and Danny Johnson each added two goals and two assists in the victory, and Tyler Novak made eight saves. Luke Hempel had two goals for Averill Park, which received 21 saves from Aubrey Loucks.

Sean Bruno had four goals and four assists in Voorheesville’s 17-0 Colonial Council win against Catholic Central. Bryce Jones added three goals and two assists, Jack Barringer had three goals and one assist, and Joey Tomlin contributed four assists.

DESCHAINE GUIDES SARATOGA SPRINGS

Patrick Deschaine struck out six batters and allowed one earned run in a complete-game pitching effort as part of Saratoga Springs’ 6-2 Suburban Council win against Shaker. Nathan Rodriguez had three hits in the victory, while Paul Rodriguez, Noah Joly, Owen Redick and Charles DeRizzo each had two. Joly and Redick each had an RBI. For Shaker, Joe Karpierz had a double and an RBI. 

CBA topped Niskayuna 7-1. Joe Gold struck out 10 batters in five innings to record the win. Luke Szepek had two hits and two RBIs to lead the CBA offense. For Niskayuna, Dan Quinn, Dylan Mennillo and Zach Mravlja each had two hits. 

Troy won 6-4 against Shenendehowa. Tyler Spenard struck out seven batters and allowed two runs in 5 2-3 innings for Troy, while Davin Keddell-Tuckey and Nick Degiorgio each had a hit and an RBI. For Shenendehowa, Alex Sandberg had two doubles and two RBIs, while Ethan Farina and Colin Maloney each had two hits.

Kyle DeCresce, Timothy Venditti and John Wells each hit a home run as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake collected a 5-1 win against Ballston Spa. Wells added a double and DeCresce had a single. Shane Bonney contributed two hits in the win, while Matthew Arnold and Brody Keneston each had two hits for Ballston Spa. In the win, Ben Yerina allowed one run in four innings and Logan McNeal pitched three scoreless innings.

Michael Gage led Mohonasen to an 8-2 Colonial Council win against Ichabod Crane. Gage struck out seven batters and allowed one earned run in five innings, and had two hits, two runs scored and an RBI. Also for Mohonasen, Michael Friello had two hits, an RBI and a run scored.

Gianni DiCerbo had three hits, an RBI and a run scored in Albany Academy’s 8-1 win against Voorheesville. Tiege Kimbler hit a home run and had two RBIs.

Connor King struck out nine batters and allowed three hits in a complete-game shutout to lead Hoosic Valley to a Wasaren League 1-0 win against Saratoga Catholic. Ronan Rowe struck out 18 batters and allowed an unearned run in a complete-game pitching effort for Saratoga Catholic. Jeff Finkle had the game’s RBI, while Mike Lancaster scored the run. Hoosic Valley’s Lucas Cates and Saratoga Catholic’s Kihl Kelly each had two hits.

Schoharie defeated Mayfield 10-7 in a wild Western Athletic Conference baseball game that required extra innings. The teams were tied 3-3 after seven innings, then both scored two runs in the ninth before Schoharie scored five in the 10th and Mayfield  produced two. For Mayfield, Jared Johnson had three singles and a double, and Cameron Abdella and Brody Page each contributed two singles and a double.

Tucker Thayne had a single, two doubles, a triple and seven RBIs to lead Hoosick Falls to a 16-3 non-league victory over Salem. Jake Sparks added a single, two doubles, two RBIs and four runs for the Panthers. Lucas Martindale had a solo home run for Salem.

LAMONT LIFTS AMSTERDAM

Shelby LaMont delivered a three-run, walk-off home run to rally Amsterdam past Johnstown 21-20 in a Foothills Council softball showdown Tuesday at Shuttleworth Park.

With Amsterdam down four runs in its final at-bat, senior Lyanis Cintron reached on an infield hit and Gabriella Kelly walked before two flyouts to left field. OJ Cruzado reached on a catcher’s interference call, then Carolyn Sculco hit a two-run double to center field to set the stage for LaMont’s heroics.

A senior playing on senior day, LaMont went 4 for 6 with a double and two home runs. Her first home run was an inside-the-park home run.

Columbia defeated Ballston Spa 9-2. Gianna Lenartz and Miranda King each hit a home run in the victory, and King had four RBIs. In all, Lenartz had three hits, two RBIs and two runs scored. For Ballston Spa, Taylor Russell had a hit and two RBIs.

Troy earned a 2-1 win against Shenendehowa. Olivia Decitise struck out 13 batters in the complete-game win, while Katie Pryor had a hit and an RBI. For Shenendehowa, Becca Zawistowski struck out seven batters in six innings without allowing an earned run. Shenendehowa had five hits to Troy’s two. Katie Pryor had the go-ahead RBI single in the fifth inning for Troy.

Cobleskill-Richmondville defeated Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 21-3 in Colonial Council action. Ainsley Mummenthey had three hits and five RBIs, Natalie Meyre had a hit and four RBIs, and Sam Rogers had a double and scored three runs in the win.

Kiera Rogers and Sara Toukatly combined on a shutout as Mohonasen beat Voorheesville 3-0. Toukatly and Maritza Gonzalez had two hits each for the Mighty Warriors.

Margaret McDade was 4 for 4 with a home run and four RBIs to carry Catholic Central past Schalmont 8-6.

Cohoes won 11-3 against Lansingburgh. Kaylee Laforest had four RBIs, two runs scored and a hit, while Shelby Dawe struck out 13 batters in the complete-game win. Lansingburgh’s Mary Doyle contributed two hits, an RBI and a run scored.

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons scored six runs in the fifth inning to top Duanesburg 10-8 in Western Athletic Conference action. Emery Sawitzki went 3 for 4 with three RBIs and two runs to lead the offense. She also struck out nine in earning the pitching win. Allison Mienaltowski went 3 for 3 with an RBI and two runs to lead Duanesburg.

Alexis Broderick produced a home run, single and two RBIs in Mayfield’s 11-2 win against Schoharie. Marissa Wille had nine strikeouts in the win, while Katarina Agerter had two doubles and two runs scored, Heather Ginter contributed a triple, Emily Senese had two hits and Kaylee Klymkow had two RBIs. For Schoharie, Maddy Bland and Arabella Donzelli each had two hits, with a triple among Donzelli’s hits.

Brenna Jahn and Keeley Kristel starred in Scotia-Glenville’s 12-0 Foothills Council softball win against Broadalbin-Perth. Jahn produced two home runs and a single, six RBIs and three runs scored, while Kristel hit a home run and struck out five batters in a five-inning shutout. Also for Scotia-Glenville, Bella Herold had two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored, and Arianna Stark contributed two hits and two RBIs.

Queensbury won 4-3 against South Glens Falls, as the Spartans snapped a 12-game road losing streak in the teams’ series. Alexis Rogers, Cassidy Ray and Sedona Jones each had two hits in the win, while Emma Martens had two hits for South Glens Falls. Ray and Rachel Beth Mannix each had an RBI and a run scored for Queensbury, and Haley Corso had two RBIs for South Glens Falls.

Tamarac topped Hoosick Falls 9-6 in the first game of  a Wasaren League doubleheader. Abby Buckley had a double, triple and two RBIs in the win, while Jaelyn Stemp had two hits and three RBIs, and Sydney Phillips contributed two hits and two RBIs. Taylor Myers had four hits and scored twice for Hoosick Falls, which received two hits and two RBIs from Marissa Landry.

In the second game, Bella Stefanovich had three hits and two RBIs to help lead Hoosick Falls to an 11-6 win. Landry and MacKenna Roberson also had two RBIs apiece for Hoosick Falls.

In a non-league game, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake’s Lily Haluska hit three home runs and had five RBIs, but Schuylerville won 8-7. Gracelyn Kilburn had two doubles and three RBIs in the win.

WISE LEADS WAY

Carly Wise scored six goals in Saratoga Springs’ 19-10 Suburban Council win against Colonie. Isabel Burke produced three goals and two assists in the win, while Allison Shamberger, Morgan Brooking and Clare Wendell each scored two goals. Shamberger also had an assist, while Sydney Closinski produced one goal and three assists. For Colonie, Avery Connolly had three goals and one assist, and Kate Boardman added two goals and one assist.

MK Lescault scored eight goals in Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake’s 17-5 victory over Ballston Spa. Ella Blesi had four goals and one assist for the Spartans, and Grace Tullock added three goals. Emily Robbie led the Scotties with three goals.

Ashlyn McPartlon and Natalie Zhu each scored three goals in leading Niskayuna to a 13-3 victory over Columbia. Emma Batko made 11 saves in the win. Allison Beattie’s two goals paced Columbia.

Julia Weinert had five goals and two assists to lead Bethlehem to a 21-4 win against Averill Park. Kait Tietjen and Maeve Conway each added four goals and an assist, while Addison Daggett had three goals, and Sophia Klein and Caroline Marotta each produced two goals and two assists. For Averill Park, Gwen Jamsion scored three goals.

Shaker raced out to a 13-3 halftime lead as it topped Guilderland 16-5. Lauren McCulloch’s six goals led the Blue Bison. Jamie Martino added three goals and an assist, while Jenna Pollicino contributed five assists in the win. Elizabeth Shaffer had two goals and two assists for Guilderland.

BROWN STARS FOR MOHONASEN

Alexis Brown won four events to help Mohonasen beat Schlamont 96-40 in a Colonial Council dual track and field meet. Brown won the 100 relay in 16.7 seconds and the 400 hurdles in 1:11.4. In the field, Brown captured the long jump (16-10 1/2) and triple jump (33-8). Zionna Perez-Tucker won the 100 (12.2) and 200 (26.0) for Mohonasen.

South Glens Falls had a pair of double-winners, as the Bulldogs topped Schuylerville 87-53 in a Foothills Council dual meet.

Delaney McDaniel won the 100 (13.79) and 400 (1:08.07), and Abby Seaman captured the triple jump (36-0) and high jump (4-9). Schuylerville had three double-winners, as Nikki Stark took the 100 hurdles (18.08) and 400 hurdles (1:13.40); Ryan Stark won the pole vault (8-0) and long jump (16-0); and Elizabeth Goodspeed won the shot put (26-8 1/2) and discus (81-4).

Hannah Hoffman won three events, and Jordan Miller captured two as Mayfield/Northville beat Duanesburg 95-49 in the Western Athletic Conference. Hoffman was victorious in the 100 (13.6), the 200 (27.9) and long jump (16-1). Miller took the triple jump (31-5) and the pole vault (9-6). Duanesburg had two multiple winners — Morgan Knouse in the 100 hurdles (19.9) and 400 hurdles (1:22.9), and Stella Hyde in the 800 (2:48.2) and 1,500 (5:32.5).

Erica Lin was a triple-winner for the Broadalbin-Perth girls’ team in the Patriots’ 125-16 Foothills Council win over Glens Falls. Lin captured the 100 meters in 13.80 seconds, the 200 in 29.08 and the 400 in 1:00.49.

B-P had two double-winners also. Emma Fraser won the 800 (2:39.17) and 1500 (5:41.33), while Macie Perry took the high jump (4-6) and 3,000 (14:51.58).

Scotia-Glenville topped Amsterdam 83-53 behind triple-winner Abigayle Snyder. She took the 100 hurdles (18.3), 400 hurdles (1:17.6) and pole vault (6-0). Lina Jo Mustico won the shot put (24-8 ½) and discus (83-10 ½). Stephanie James won the 800 (2:31) and 1500 (5:11.2).

Talia Anderson matched her season best with a height of 4-6 in the high jump to help lead Fonda-Fultonville to a 91.5-37.5 win over Canajoharie in a Western Athletic Conference dual meet.

Hannah Hoffman won three events, and Jordan Miller captured two as Mayfield/Northville beat Duanesburg 95-49 in the Western Athletic Conference. Hoffman was victorious in the 100 (13.6), the 200 (27.9) and long jump (16-1). Miller took the triple jump (31-5) and the pole vault (9-6). Duanesburg had two multiple winners — Morgan Knouse in the 100 hurdles (19.9) and 400 hurdles (1:22.9), and Stella Hyde in the 800 (2:48.2) and 1,500 (5:32.5).

RIVALS TIE

In a Suburban Council matchup, rivals Saratoga Springs and Shenendehowa tied 86-86. Winning multiple solo events were Shenendehowa’s Sean Mercurio (100, 200) and Saratoga Springs’ Ethan Straughter (high jump, long jump, 200).

Timothy Stephenson and Nicholas Wright were double-winners, as South Glens Falls defeated Schuylerville 102-37 in a Foothills Council dual meet. Stephenson took the 110 hurdles (20.51) and 400 hurdles (1:11.24), while Wright won the shot put (33-6 1/2) and discus (111-2). Daryl Headen won three events for Schuylerville: the 800 (2:06.40), high jump (5-6) and long jump (18-11).

Isaac Nevin D’Allaird won four events for Mohonasen in its 101-31 win over Schalmont in a Colonial Council dual meet. He captured the 110 hurdles (15.9), 400 hurdles (1:03.6), long jump (20-6 ¼) and triple jump (43-2 ¼). The Mighty Warriors also had double-winners in Ben Pochobradsky, who took the 100 (11.7) and 400 (54.2), and Kylie Willey, who won the shot put (39-3) and discus (115-0).

Carter Petersen won three events to help lead Fonda-Fultonville to a 121-18 win over Canajoharie in a Western Athletic Conference meet. Petersen captured the 200 (23.4), 110 hurdles (15.3) and pole vault (13-6). The Braves also had a trio of double-winners. Landon Rose took the 100 (11.5) and long jump (18-6). Brady Melious won the high jump (5-8) and triple jump (37-9 ½), and Alessandro Saltsman won the shot put (52-9) and discus (184).

Mayfield/Northville had three multiple winners in its 85-31 win over Duanesburg. Michael Smiden took the 400 (56.5), long jump (19-1) and high jump (5-10). Braydon Jourden and Jake Petoff were double winners. Jourden won the 800 (2:15) and 1,600 (4:49), while Petoff  won the 110 hurdles (17.8) and the shot put (39-0 1/2).

Broadalbin-Perth had four individual double-winners in its 118-23 Foothills Council dual-meet victory over Glens Falls. Rylee VanAlstine captured the 400 (55.88) and 800 (2:19.48). Sam Hotaling won the 200 (24.23) and high jump (6-1). Dylan Tyler took the 100 (12.03) and pole vault (10-6), and Michael Parry won the shot put (35-0) and discus (112-5).

Scotia-Glenville had three double-winners in taking a 94-39 dual meet over Amsterdam. Aaron Corker won the triple jump (34-10 ½) and high jump (5-6). Tyler Greene captured the 800 (2:10.4) and 1600 (4:42.3), and Kofi Jack won the 100 (11.5) and 400 (55.2). Garrett McHeard was a double-winner for Amsterdam, taking the shot put (51-5 ½) and discus (132-8).

TENNIS RESULTS

Masami Surisawa was a 6-0, 6-0 winner at No. 1 singles in Albany’s 8-1 Suburban Council boys’ tennis win against Columbia. EJ Cabahug, Aerick Gonzales and Kevin McLeod also won singles matchups for Albany.

Ashrith Rao, Hayden Brown and Ian Jin each won 6-1, 6-0 for Bethlehem in its 9-0 win against Colonie, while Will Bievenue was a 6-0, 6-0 winner. Derek Clark and Andrew Cerf also won singles matches.

Shaker won 5-4 against Saratoga Springs. Roshan Mehta, Sreeram Vudayagiri, Devraj Singh and Renat Gosmanov all won singles matches for Shaker.

Mahen Bitkuri won at No. 1 singles to lead Guilderland to a 5-4 win against Niskayuna. Bitkuri won 6-1, 6-1. Other singles winners for Guilderland were Michael Cheng and Zexi Wang.

Andrew Hwang, at sixth singles, and the second doubles team of Andrew Mayott and Taarak Ramamurthi each won their matches without dropping a game in Shenendehowa’s 9-0 win over Averill Park.

Ichabod Crane won 4-3 against Schenectady/Mohonasen in a Colonial Council matchup. Ean Lantzy won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1 singles.

Schoharie won 6-1 against Middleburgh. John Bruno of Middleburgh won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 singles. Claiming singles wins for Schoharie were Justice Amos, William Bond, Clark Skinner and Zachary Zinzow.

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