High schools: Jack’s two goals lead Scotia-Glenville boys’ soccer over Amsterdam


SCOTIA-GLENVILLE Scotia-Glenville scored four unanswered goals in the second half to beat Amsterdam 5-1 in a boys’ Foothills Council soccer game Monday.

Kofi Jack paced the Tartans’ offense with two goals and an assist, and Zach Place made four saves. Xavier DeLuca had a goal and an assist for Tartans, and Saif AbuZahra and Quinn Fasciglione added goals, with Fasciglione connecting on a penalty kick.

Marco Bottisti scored for the Rams, and Alex Jabloncki made 11 saves.

Darin Mosher and Antonio Daniello both clicked for three goals, and Broadalbin-Perth amassed eight of them in the first half of a 9-0 win over Johnstown. Landon Russom, Alex Rogers and Jake Holland had the Patriots’ other goals. Daniello, Russom and Rogers each had an assist.

Bergen Caprood scored in the 70th minute off a feed from Max Roca, enabling Queensbury to tie Glens Falls 1-1. Glens Falls also got its goal in the second half, with Landon Phills setting up Tim Motsiff for the tally.

Casey Clarke registered three goals, Joe DeVellis picked up two assists, and Ryan Pudney stopped five shots including a penalty kick to lead Galway past Fort Plain 6-0 in a Western Athletic Conference game. Sam Neahr, Tyler Friedman and Eli Montague each added a goal for the Eagles.

Jacob Frank had three goals and two assists, and Landon Ginter had two goals and an assist for Northville in a 7-0 WAC victory over Fonda-Fultonville. Garrett Shepard and Miles Weaver both added goals, and Landon Frasier made two saves for the Falcons.

Andrew Johns scored two goals including the game-winner on a penalty kick with 10 seconds left, and Nate Wood had Middleburgh’s other goal on an assist from Johns in a 3-2 win over OESJ. Ben Croote made six saves for the Knights. Andrew Snell scored both goals for OESJ.

Mayfield got goals from Christian Scunziano, Aiden Pierce and Neil Wicklund in a 3-2 win over Mekeel Christian Academy. Wicklund’s goal in the 60th minute gave Mayfield a 3-1 advantage. Jadin Zoller and Caleb Hussey had the Mekeel goals.


Tom Wendel scored four goals, Luke Micklas had two goals and an assist, and Mechanicville extended its Wasaren League win streak to 70 games with a 9-0 triumph over Cambridge. Colin McNutt had three assists for Mechanicville in its league opener, Logan Starks had a goal and two assists, and Scotty Lynch and Ethan Raucci both contributed a goal.

Josh Catanzarita scored four goals, two in each half, and Matt Soden, Tristan Carutasu and Logan Sheehan had assists for Waterford-Halfmoon n a 4-0 win over Berlin/New Lebanon. Werkie Hayes and Nate Griner shared the shutout with a combined 13 saves.Griner’s eight saves featured two on point-blank attempts.

Justin Heinrichs and Nevin Wilkie both recorded a hat trick, and Jack Roseberger and Owen Blakesley added goals for Tamarac/Hoosick Falls in an 8-1 win over Saratoga Central Catholic.

Patrick Monthie scored two goals including a late tie-breaker on a header, William Schaffer assisted twice, and Caleb Mathurin made six saves for Schalmont in a 3-2 Colonial Council win over Cohoes. Jason Natalie had Schalmont’s other goal, and Conall Stynes and Luca Grestini accounted for the Cohoes goals.

Grace Soukup and Liana Williams collected two goals apiece, and Kira Ostovar assisted three times to propel Albany Academy past Catholic Central 4-0 in a Colonial Council girls’ soccer game. Gigi Sitzer and MacKenzie Pavelka made one save apiece to share the shutout.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo topped Duanesburg 2-0 on goals by Claire Scram and Alanna Yandon in a non-league soccer game matching Western Athletic Conference opponents.


Annika Schermerhown scored a fourth-quarter goal assisted by Sydney Burns as Shenendehowa edged Niskayuna 1-0 in a Suburban Council field hockey game. Evelyn Noakes made one save for the Plainmen and Julia Cropsey made 16 stops for the Silver Warriors.

Lily Mastrella scored in the opening quarter on a Grace Kogut assist, and reigning state Class B champ Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake edged Shaker 1-0 for its third straight win to start the season. Katherine Jensen of Burnt Hills and Olivia Lovely of Shaker both finished with four saves.

Aubrey Ide sparked a three-goal second quarter with a pair of goals assisted by Emma Landers and Olivia Allen, respectively, and Saratoga Springs knocked off Columbia 4-0. Allie Shamberger also scored in the Blue Streaks’ big second quarter assisted by Charlotte Drabek, and Landers scored in the fourth assisted by Viviana Nicastro.

Lily Durivage and Anna DeBoom scored for Guilderland in an overtime shootout as the Dutchmen recorded a 1-0 win over Bethlehem.

Hoosick Falls raced to a 5-0, first-quarter lead and beat Emma Willard 7-0 in a Wasaren-Adirondack League game. Megan Marcoux scored three goals for the Panthers, and Emma McCart, Tatum Hickey, Kelly Ann Lohnes and Brooke Johnsen added single goals.


Shealyn Whipple and Alexis Haley piled up 28 digs and 25 assists, respectively, and Emily Lindemann and Mikaylah Kosloski both delivered eight kills as Mohonasen rallied for a 23-25, 25-22, 18-25, 26-24, 15-8 comeback Colonial Council girls’ volleyball win over Schalmont.

Lindemann added five aces and Kosloski had nine digs. For the Sabres, Alexa Knapik had 20 assists and four aces, Kallissa Vassello had eight kills and four assists, and Elena Lybrand had eight kills and 15 digs.

Sara Allen served for 27 points and led Guilderland with 13 digs in a 25-13, 25-22, 18-25, 25-19 Suburban Council win over Columbia. Emily Norgrove had five kills for Guilderland, Ella Wickham had 17 service points and eight assists, and Kailey Lockwood had 14 service points and five blocks.

Ella Zecca served for 11 points with five aces, Kooper Baliff served for seven points with three aces, and Jenna Tesoriero had six service points, four kills and four assists for the Mechanicville girls in a 25-10, 27-25, 25-17 Wasaren League volleyball win over Emma Willard.

Breona Donisthorpe served seven aces, and Alexis Austin and Anna Bailey had four kills apiece for Cambridge in a 28-26, 25-19, 19-25, 20-25, 15-11 win over Saratoga Catholic. Arden Buhrmaster served for six aces, Jacqueline Fornabia had seven kills, and Gianna Fiordimondo had 12 digs for the Saints.

Brooke Long made her mark all over the court with seven aces, five kills and seven digs to anchor Mayfield’s 25-17, 25-23, 25-11 non-league win over Corinth. Madison King had seven kills for Mayfield, Morgan Ashline had five kills, Lilia White had 10 assists, and Meara Fitzgerald had eight assists and six digs.

Desiree Neville had four kills for Corinth, Samantha Petteys had four aces and eight assists, and Erin Ward had 10 digs.

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