School sports roundup: Mullin leads Mohonasen girls’ soccer to win


ROTTERDAM – Ella Mullin registered three goals in Mohonasen’s 5-2 Colonial Council girls’ soccer win Wednesday against Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk.

Hannah Bachorik and Kaitlyn Pelts each scored a goal in the win. Bachorik, Sarah Leclerc and Mullin each had one assist, and Olivia Andriola produced two assists.

Trinity Gulbrandsen made five saves in the win.

For R-C-S, Hannah Vanderzee scored two goals.

Voorheesville won 5-3 against Cohoes after leading 1-0 at halftime. In the victory, Lily Farrell had two goals and one assist in the win, while Marleigh Delisle had a goal and an assist, and Alexa Voland and Jordyn Chrylser each scored one goal. For Cohoes, Claire D’Angelico produced two goals, Jaclyn Benedetti contributed a goal and an assist, and Quincy Hytko had two assists.

Jaclyn Codi had a goal and an assist in Fonda-Fultonville’s 3-2 win against Schoharie in a Western Athletic Conference girls’ soccer matchup. Kamiasha Myles and Quincy Lake each had a goal in the win, while Jill Sandel had an assist and Emma Crahan registered 12 saves. For Schoharie, Haley Drinon produced a goal and an assist, Morgan Phelan scored a goal and Bella Donzelli had an assist. The teams were tied 1-1 at halftime.

Jaidyn Chest and Cloey Dopp each had three goals in Mayfield’s 8-0 win against Fort Plain. Kaylee Klymkow registered a goal and an assist, Katarina Agerter scored a goal and Abigail Chest had one assist. In goal, Sallyann Agerter and Emilie Machattie combined for the shutout.

Northville won 7-0 against Middleburgh. Leah Valovic had three goals, while Kaelin Thompson, Ciara Thompson, Ryann Morgan and Adrianna Vanallen each scored one. Sophia Reidell registered two assists. Hailey Monroe made four saves in the shutout. 

Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville and Berne-Knox-Westerlo tied 1-1. Jordan DeNinno scored off an assist from Taylor Hayes for OESJ and Claire Scram scored for B-K-W. Jade Bonneau made eight saves for OESJ and Claire Curvin had a dozen for B-K-W.


Jake Trendell scored all of Cobleskill-Richmondville’s goals in a 3-1 Colonial Council boys’ soccer win against Schalmont. Brody Becker had an assist and Kole Wayman made eight saves in the win, while Schalmont received a goal from Aidyn Soehl and five saves from Caleb Mathurin.

Jacob Frank scored two goals in Northville’s 3-0 Western Athletic Conference win against Middleburgh. Miles Weaver made six saves in the shutout, while Landon Ginter had a goal and an assist. For Middleburgh, Ben Crood made nine saves.

Mekeel Christian Academy received two goals apiece from Eli Lilienthal and Joseph Graff in a 4-0 win against Canajoharie. In goal, Will Douglass made 13 saves for Canajoharie and Justin Davidson had four in the shutout.

Fort Plain and Mayfield entered halftime tied at 0, then Mayfield scored five times in the second half on its way to a 5-0 win. Brice Williams had a goal and an assist, Aiden Pierce had two assists, and Masen Valachovic, Brody Page, Nate Fetrow and Christian Scunziano each scored a goal. Sean Foreman made two saves in the shutout and Paul Grassel made 14 saves for Fort Plain.

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons won 3-1 against Schoharie. Hsar K’Pru had two goals and D’Anthony DeLoreto added one goal and one assist, while Andrew Baaki made nine saves in the win. For Schoharie, Connor Dietz scored a goal.

Broadalbin-Perth and Schuylerville tied 1-1 in a Foothills Council matchup. Landon Russom scored for Broadalbin-Perth and Aston Morris scored for Schuylerville. Ethan Brott assisted Russom’s goal.

Glens Falls topped Scotia-Glenville 2-1. The teams were tied at 0 at halftime. Kofi Jack scored Scotia-Glenville’s goal off an assist from Liam Chase, but Glens Falls received goals from Landan Phipps and Amari Morrison in the final minutes to record the win. Ayden Grieve made six saves in the win and Zachary Place had seven for Scotia-Glenville.

Queensbury won 9-1 against Gloversville. Ian Rathbun had three goals, while six other Queensbury players each produced one. Rathbun also had an assist, while Gavin Kelly registered three assists. Producing one goal and one assist apiece were Luke Eichin and Jack Grant. For Gloversville, Angel Perez scored off an assist from Jordan Yanno. 

In a rematch of last year’s Class B area championship game, Mechanicville secured a 3-1 non-league boys’ soccer win against Greenville. Scotty Lynch, Joey Devito and Colin McNutt each scored in the win, while Joey Davis made a penalty kick for Greenville. Lynch and McNutt each added an assist. Mechanicville led 1-0 at halftime. Dylan Raucci had three saves in the victory.


A goal from Skyler Van Wormer lifted Guilderland to a 1-0 Suburban Council field hockey win against Columbia. Laila Smith had the assist. Malie Waigacki made 18 saves for Columbia, while Sofia Cannistraci made one save in the shutout.

After a scoreless opening quarter, Saratoga Springs scored a goal in each of the remaining periods to pick up a 3-0 win against Niskayuna. Nicole LaFarr had two goals and Allie Shamberger scored one, while Viviana Nicastro, Emma Landers and Aubrey Ide each recorded an assist. Julia Cropsy made 16 saves for Niskayuna and Alexis Georgeadis made one save in the win.

Haley Backlund scored two goals in Bethlehem’s 3-1 win against Shaker. Olivia Lovly made 10 saves for Shaker and Teagan Rosencranse made three for Bethlehem. The teams were tied 1-1 heading to the final stanza. Scoring one goal in the contest were Bethlehem’s Natalie DeSanti and Shaker’s Karleigh Mirabile.


Jenna Tesoriero had 10 assists, seven aces and six kills in Mechanicville’s 25-18, 25-13, 25-12 Wasaren League girls’ volleyball win against Saratoga Catholic. Also for Mechanicville, Jazzelle McLean registered six kills and nine service points. For Saratoga Catholic, Jacqueline Fornabia produced three kills.

Maggie Seymour had 14 digs and 12 kills in Holy Names’ 25-20, 25-14, 25-14 Colonial Council win against Catholic Central. Kyle McLaughlin had 13 digs and 13 assists, and Abby LaPlante added 13 digs in the win.

Cobleskill-Richmondville won 25-14, 21-25, 25-17, 23-25, 15-9 against Cohoes. Claudia Walrath had seven kills in the win, Caris Hill had five aces and Sam Rogers contributed 13 service points.

In a non-league matchup, Mayfield defeated Johnstown 25-17, 20-25, 25-14, 25-5. In the win, Madison King had 11 aces, six kills and 21 digs, while Meara Fitzgerald had 20 assists and 11 digs, Brooke Long produced 18 digs and 10 kills, Morgan Ashline contributed 20 digs and nine kills, Lilia White added 10 assists and Kiarah Levine had six digs. For Johnstown, Daphne McGann contributed 18 digs and 14 assists, Alandra Oddy added 15 digs, Hannah Maxson produced 14 digs and Camille Gray had a dozen digs.


Bethlehem topped Colonie 25-17, 25-16, 25-17 in Suburban Council boys’ volleyball. Alex Schalk and Jonah Negris each had nine kills in the win, Danny Battista had 14 digs and six aces, Joe Monserrat contributed 22 assists and Ben Sorrentino added 14 assists.

Shenendehowa won 25-11, 25-20, 25-21 against Niskayuna. In the win, Ryan Connors had 26 assists, Bennett Wilson contributed 13 kills, Bryce Bonville had seven kills and Cade Bernardi had 11 digs. For Niskayuna, Gian Stabler had 10 digs, Tyler Laing had nine digs, Caleb Goldberg had seven assists and Noah Castle contributed five kills.

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