High Schools: Mayfield/Northville girls’ track wins Marsh Galotta


The Mayfield/Northville girls won the team championship at the 54th annual Marsh Galotta Invitational track and field meet hosted by Middleburgh on Saturday.

M/N’s Alissa was named Outstanding Female Fielder after winning the triple jump at 31-9.75.

Also for M/N, Hannah Hoffman swept the 100 (13.33) and 200 (27.20) and also won the long jump at 15-8.5, and Kaylinn Ginter and Carla Hill took the top two spots in the high jump.

Fort Plain’s Sarah Florian won the shot put (30-3.75) and discus (107-10); the Hilltoppers’ Jordan DeNinno won the 400 intermediate hurdles (1:14.77); and Duanesburg eighth-grader Estella Hyde won the 1,500 in 5:14.20.

On the boys’ side, Mayfield/Northville’s Britain Goodemote was named Outstanding Male Fielder with a 40-2.5 in the triple jump and a third to Middleburgh’s Kaurice Bell (19-9) in the long jump, but M/N was edged for the team title by Maple Hill 141.5-137.

Besides the long jump, Bell’s big day included wins in the 100 (11.29) and 200 (23.29) and a second in the high jump.

M/N’s Brody Deal won the 110 high hurdles (15.81), and Michael Smigen won the high jump at 5-10.

Fort Plain’s Clayton Welch was first in the 400 (51.94); Duanesburg’s Dalton Cooper won the discus (114-2).


The Saratoga Springs boys’ tennis team squeaked out a 5-4 victory over Guilderland in the Section II Class AA quarterfinals on Saturday.

Ian Hill, Ryan Clancy, Declan Ladd and Kevin Rosas won singles matches for the Blue Streaks, and Noah Friedmand and Hutton Sawyer needed three sets to win their doubles matches. Two of the singles matches went to a tiebreaker in the first set, including Hill’s win.


In a non-league baseball game, Johnstown shut out Mayfield 21-0, as Vinnie Rizzo, Mick Winton and Evan Baker each had three basehits for the Sir Bills. Danny Brown, Jared Stewart and Ben Krempa each had two hits for Johnstown.

Cohoes blanked Albany Academy 1-0 in a Colonial Council game on Sunday, as Shelby Dawe threw a four-hitter with nine strikeouts for the Tigers. Kaylee LaForest and Lily Breannan each had two hits for Cohoes.

In a Western Athletic Conference softball game played Friday, Galway defeated Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 14-1, as Alaina Aschmutat hit a home run and Amber Kolpakas hit a triple for the Eagles.

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