High schools: Layton’s three TD passes lead Scotia-Glenville football to win


HIGH SCHOOLS Bryce Layton threw three touchdown passes Saturday as Scotia-Glenville defeated Hudson Falls 27-22 in a s Class B football game.

Layton threw TD passes of 7 and 19 yards to Paul Marotta and 58 yards to Kevin Green.

Nick Coons returned an interception 40 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter.

In another Class B game, Glens Falls beat Lansingrbugh 33-7, with Caden Wilkinson running for 110 yards and two touchdowns and Skyler Sturdevant adding 86 rushing yards and two scores for Glens Falls. Lansingburgh’s Nazareth Lozada ran for 115 yards, including an 80-yard score.

Kyle Yusuf gained 109 on just four carries and scored two touchdowns as Shaker defeated Queensbury 54-16 in a non-classification game.

The Blue Bison (1-1) had 411 rushing yards among their 508 total yards. Donovan Deguire and Mitch Bower each scored two touchdowns. Quarterback Jake Iacobaccio threw a pair of TD passes and ran for another.

Trevon Bailey scored twice for Queensbury.

Canajoharie/Fort Plain scored all of its points in the second half to pull out a close 18-15 win over Helderberg Valley in Section II Class D play. Aiden Bowerman ran for a team-high 78 yards and scored a touchdown for Canajoharie/Fort Plain, which also got touchdowns from Zac Herget and Jayden Johnson. Both of Helderberg Valley’s touchdowns came on passes from Jeffrey Mulhern to Dayne Coates.


Saratoga Springs won the Girls Varsity 3 division at the Verona-Verona-Sherrill Pre-State Invitational, led by Emily Bush running the fastest time of any female runner at the event of 18 minutes, 23.1 seconds. The Blue Streaks finished with 15 points, beating runner-up Monroe-Woodbury by a 44-point margin. In addition to Bush, Anya Belisle was fourth, Sheridan Wheeler was fifth, Alycia Hart was sixth and Heidi Berglund was seventh.

At the Voorheesville Blackbird Invitational, the team titles in the boys’ Division I and Division II races were both decided by single digits. Christian Brothers Academy won the Division I title with 54 points, four points better than runner-up Guilderland. Albany, which had the top two finishers in Graham Richard (16:44.46) and Neel Chittur (16:49.85) finished sixth with Bethlehem, Queensbury and Averill Park in the top five.

Albany Academy won the Division II race with 57 points, two better than runner-up Schalmont. Cooperstown’s Carter Stevens won the race in 17:21.46, followed by Stillwater’s Anthony Zazzaro (17:31.38), Lansingburgh’s Trae McIntyre (17:59.08), Schalmont’s Carter Flowers (17:59.08) and Berlin’s Gabe Kalisz (18:07.08).

Bethlehem had six of the top eight finishers in the girls’ Division I race, led by winner Charlotte O’Mera (19:00.43) to take the team race with 19 points, 26 clear of runner-up Ballston Spa, which was paced by second-place Harriet Healey (19:08.05). Amsterdam’s Emma Miller in seventh (20:48.96) was the only non-Bethlehem or Ballston Spa runner in the top 11.

Host Voorheesville won the Division II girls’ title with 23 points, 46 ahead of runner-up Albany Academy, which was led by Erin Boler taking the individual win in 18:37.08.


Flagg Taylor had a goal and an assist in Saratoga Springs’ 3-2 non-conference win over Woodbury-Monroe. Ryan Farr and Manasseh Turenne also scored for the Blue Streaks (3-0).

In the Foothills Council, Keegan Elston had two goals and an assist in Johnstown’s 5-1 win over Hudson Falls. Caleb Sanjuro added a goal and an assist for the Sir Bills, who also got goals from Braeden Fennessey and Elijah Jones. Shawn Thompson scored for Hudson Falls.

Luke Micklas led Mechanicville to a 5-0 non-league victory over Schalmont with a goal and an assist. Scott Lynch, Colin McNutt, Joe DeVito and Logan Starks also scored for Mechanicville.


Olivia Rogers scored three goals, and Jillian Sassanella added two to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a 12-0 Foothills Council girls’ soccer victory over Johnstown. Alex Brown had a goal and an assist. Mianna Barboza, Aubrey Fisher, Carissa Calderone, Gianna Abel, Bella Cowan and Paige Fields also scored. Chase Tyler and Macy Perry had two assists each. Johnstown goalie Jordyn Tarbox made 11 saves.

Bella Raccuci scored twice as Mechanicville beat La Salle 8-0 in a non-league game. Allie Kenyon had a goal and and assist. Also scoring goals were Marissa Krosky, Emma Andrews, Maddy Hopeck, Tanner Eisman and Anna Izzo.

Jordyn Chrysler had two goals and an assist, and Lily Farrell also scored twice as Voorheesville beat Poland 4-0 in the New York State Hall of Fame Tournament. Carolin Dolin had two assists.

In other tournament games, goals by Kaylee Klymkow, Katarina Agerter and Jaidyn Chest helped Mayfield beat Arkport 3-1. Goalie Sallyann Agerter made seven saves.

Leah Valovic had two goals and an assist to power Northville to a 5-2 triumph over Parishville. Kaelin Thompson and Ciara Thompson added a goal and an assist each. Sophia Reidell also scored for Northville.

Canajoharie dropped a 2-0 decision to Marcellus. Canajoharie goalie Tori Blakeslee made seven saves. Corrine Aldrich and Lexie Fragnito scored for Marcellus.

Shaker was a 4-0 victor against North Rockland behind goals from Lauren Foglia, Julianna Mirabile, Alina Lagace and Olivia Pardo. Foglia and Lagace also added assists, and goalie Genny Austin made 14 saves.


Kaia Dake had two goals and an assist, and Mia Benincasa, Isabella Iorio and Hannah Revell each scored twice as South Glens Falls cruised to an 11-0 Foothills Council win over Gloversville. Also scoring for South Glens Falls were Lauren Willis, Nora Trimarchi and Kari Gage. Gloversville goalie Larissa Sheffield made 34 saves.


Jaxon Mueller scored three touchdowns, two rushing and one on a fumble return, to lead Stillwater to a 56-6 Class C football victory over Watervliet on Friday. Mueller gained 177 yards on eight carries. Trevor Cowin caught touchdown passes of 37 and 35 yards from quarterback Colby Paffen, who finished with three TD passes.

Josh Delancy had three goals, and Jake Thompson added a goal and an assist in South Glens Falls’ 6-0 Foothills Council boys’ soccer win over Gloversville.

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