HIGH SCHOOLS – Ella Blesi scored in the 32nd minute and Anya Kotkoskie scored in the 63rd minute to lead Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake in a 2-1 Suburban Council girls’ soccer win over Niskayuna. For Niskayuna, Gabby Kedik scored off a Kaleigh West assist, and the Silver Warriors got eight saves from Maddie Mills and six from Anna Joyce.
Micaela Tahoe had two goals and two assists for Shaker in a 7-0 win over Troy. Alina Lagace also scored twice for Shaker, while Hannah Bouchard, Eleanor Keough and Lindsey McCulloch added a goal apiece. Genny Austin and Lizzy Myers combined on the shutout, making two saves apiece.
In Wasaren League action, Stillwater defeated Hoosick Falls 3-0 behind goals from Bridget Coon, Bella Estil and Elliott Patenaude. Kylie Peacock and Brooke Coon provided assists, and Miranda Price recorded the shutout in goal with a pair of saves. Hoosick Falls goalie Hope Granger made 12 saves.
Mechanicville beat Cambridge 8-0, with Maddy Hopeck putting up two goals and two assists. Also scoring for Mechanicville were Madison Daley, Marissa Krosky, Abby Pugliese, Bella Raucci, Bella Fogarty and Meghan DiSiena. Cambridge was led by goalie Lexi Pederson’s 12 saves.
Jillian Sassanella scored five goals in Broadalbin-Perth’s 11-0 Foothills Council win over Gloversville. Chase Tyler added two goals for the Patriots, Olivia Rogers added a goal and an assist, Mianna Barboza and Aubrey Fisher each had a goal and an assist and Molly Russom rounded out the scoring. Gloversville goalie Jalyn Smith made 17 saves.
Madi Meca scored twice in Amsterdam’s 4-0 win over Johnstown. Also for Amsterdam, Kaijah Fowler and Shasha Cooper scored a goal apiece, while Nikki Turney and Felise Fowler each had an assist.
In a Suburban Council boys’ soccer match, Saratoga Springs and Bethlehem played to a 1-1 draw. Both teams scored late in regulation, with Saratoga Springs’ Lucas Varghese getting the Blue Streaks on the board in the 77th minute and Ryan Fenlon answering for Bethlehem in the 78th minute.
In Foothills Council field hockey play, Ava Barker’s three goals and a goal and an assist from Cole Krempa led Johnstown in a 4-0 win over Scotia-Glenville. Goalie Maya Westbrook made 16 saves for Scotia-Glenville.