High schools: Scotia-Glenville boys’ soccer opens with non-league win; BH-BL sweeps in girls’ volleyball


SCOTIA-GLENVILLE Kofi Jack had a hat trick to go with one assist in leading Scotia-Glenville’s boys’ soccer team to a non-league 5-1 win over Glens Falls in the Foothills Cup tournament Thursday.

Xavier DeLuca added two goals and an assist for the Tartans, while Noah Murdock and Quinn Fascuiglion each had an assist. Zachary Place made five saves. Landan Phipps scored Glens Falls’ goal, and Ayden Grieve saved five shots.

In the other Foothills Cup contest, Schuylerville topped Broadalbin-Perth 2-0. The Black Horses got goals in the last five minutes of each half, from Connor Battle and Sam Tyler. Griffin Brophy made six saves for Schuylerville, including a breakaway.


Sophomore Alina Lagace had three goals to lead Shaker to a 5-2 non-league win over St. Mary’s in girls’ soccer action.

Micaela Tahoes had two assists, while Lauren Foglia and Eleanor Keough also scored. Genevieve Austin and Lizzy Myers combined to make 11 saves for the Blue Bison.

Stillwater jumped out to a 3-0 halftime lead en route to a 4-2 win over Chatham. Ellie Patenaude, Karissa Mitchell, Bella Estill and Bridget Coon scored for Stillwater. Miranda Price made eight saves in the victory. Addison Perry and Karina Lezama struck for Chatham. 

All the game’s goals were scored in a 12-minute span in the first half, but in the end, OESJ topped Canajoharie 2-1 in a Western Athletic Conference contest.

OESJ’s Anderson Eggleston got the scoring started at 27:28. Canajoharie’s Giana Murphy found Korynn Kretser for the tying goal in the 33rd minute, but OESJ’s Jordan DeNinno got the go-ahead goal in the 39th minute.

Tori Blakeslee made nine saves for Canajoharie, while Jade Bonneau saved four for OESJ.


Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake swept Columbia 25-13, 25-13, 25-15 in Suburban Council girls’ volleyball action. Danielle Debonis led the Spartans with 28 assists. McKenna Law added 10 kills, while Sophie Chevalier had seven digs and three aces. Columbia was paced by Arricca Silliman’s six digs and five kills. Sarah Bayly added nine digs, and Lauren Forand had 14 assists.

Layla Shipley had eight aces, eight kills and 11 assists to lead Shaker to a sweep of Niskayuna, 25-17, 25-13, 25-19. Geena Fratangelo contributed five aces and 12 digs, while Cara Calicchia had six kills and 10 digs.

Niskayuna was led by Anjana Kurian’s nine assists, four digs and three kills. Julia Mason added 13 digs. Ava Schewe had 10 kills and 10 digs.

In Colonial Council action, Schalmont swept Cobleskill-Richmondville, 25-9, 27-25, 25-14. Senior Alexa Knapik had 25 assists for the Sabres. Junior Haley Rider had six kills and five blocks, while sophomore Keira Noga contributed eight kills. Claudia Walrath’s three kills led Cobleskill-Richmondville.

Alexis Haley had 26 assists and two aces, as Mohonasen topped Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, 25-14, 25-13, 23-25, 25-14. Shealyn Whipple added 13 digs and two aces for the Mighty Warriors, while Sara Duell totaled 10 kills, five digs and nine aces. Ava Quenville finished with nine kills and two blocks.

Delaney More had five aces, six kills and 11 assist to lead Ichabod Crane to a 25-16, 25-6, 25-14 sweep of Albany Academy. Sophomore Ally Flint contributed six aces, seven kills and four digs. Senior Emma Scheitinger had eight aces, four kills and five digs. Abby Millar’s four assists paced Albany Academy.

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