Girls’ lacrosse: Nichter leads Scotia-Glenville to Class C quarterfinal win in OT

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Scotia-Glenville’s Morgan Nichter put up six goals and four assists as No. 3 seed Scotia-Glenville triumphed 15-14 over No. 6 South Glens Falls in the quarterfinals of the Section II Class C girls’ lacrosse tournament. 

Karaline McCarthy added seven goals and an assist, Lucy Crounse scored twice and goalie Maya Westbrook made 15 saves for the Tartans, who led 9-7 at the half, only for South Glens Falls to rally and force overtime. 

Lillian Willis and Jillian Willis each scored five goals for South Glens Falls, and Veronica King added a goal and five assists.

No. 5 Glens Falls beat No. 4 Holy Names 13-12 in double overtime, with Clara Avery scoring five goals and Brooke Eggleston scoring four to lead the win. Holy Names’ Anna Nichols scored her 100th career goal as part of a five-goal, three-assist performance, and Suzie Smith added four goals and three assists.

No. 2 Albany Academy came away with a 13-9 win over No. 7 Averill Park. Gianna Geraci led Averill Park with three goals.

In the Class D quarterfinals, MacKenzie Dixson’s seven goals and 17 saves from goalie Ryan Skiff led No. 4 Greenwich in its 11-3 win over No. 5 Voorheesville. Allie Giglio scored twice for Voorheesville.

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