High schools: Broadalbin-Perth football beats Hudson

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Zach Laconte scored on a run and catch, and Broadalbin-Perth limited Hudson to 65 yards of offense in a 40-0 Class B football win Friday night.

Sam Hotaling ran five times for a team-high 102 yards and a touchdown, while Laconte ran eight times for 93 yards. Kole Dominique and Colin Cotter both had a touchdown run for the Patriots.

Caelan Porter threw scoring passes to Nicholas Bradt and Dom Dorman, and Logan Oathout sealed Gloversville’s 22-6 Class B win over Lansingburgh with a 75-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Oathout’s return, and Jordan Yanno’s second PAT, gave Gloversville a 22-0 lead. Porter was 9-for-20 passing for 114 yards, with Dorman making three catches for 66 yards including his 42-yard touchdown play. Kyle Robare paced Gloversville’s ground attack with 60 yards on 17 carries.

Lansingburgh avoided a shutout loss when Logan Hartd scored on a 92-yard kickoff return. 

Caiden Wilkinson ran for two touchdowns, Carson Rath threw a scoring pass to Peyton McClenning and Glens Falls avenged last season’s Section II Class B title-game loss to Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk with a 21-13 win.

Luke Zoller ran for three touchdowns, all in the second half, to help Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake forge a 21-0 Class A win over Averill Park. Zoller ran 22 times for 130 yards.

Donald Jones ran for three touchdowns and passed for two, his second scoring toss coming in overtime, as CBA beat Shaker 35-34 in Class AA action.

Jones found Chuck Volans with a 9-yard TD pass in OT and Lorenzo Lanni kicked an extra point. Shaker answered on a 1-yard TD run by Jake Iacobaccio, yet missed on a two-point attempt.

Dante Scuzzarella ran for a trio of touchdowns to lift Guilderland over Colonie 35-7.

Luke McAuliffe scored on two touchdown catches when Shenendehowa outscored Schenectady 21-0 in the second quarter to go up 34-0, and the Plainsmen prevailed 47-12.

Christian Mello scored on a reception and on an interception return as part of Saratoga Springs’ 27-8 win over Bethlehem.

Jayden Johnson and Jaxon O’Neil scored late touchdowns for Canajoharie/Fort Plain in a 47-12 Class D loss to Cambridge/Salem.

SNELL SPARKS OESJ

Andrew Snell factored in all of the scoring with four goals and an assist in OESJ’s 5-2 Western Athletic Conference boys’ soccer win over Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons. Snell set up Colton Christensen’s goal, and OESJ netminder Colin Eakin made five stops. Jake Della Villa and Anthony Dobkowski scored for the Golden Knights.

Austin Johns connected for three goals, Luke Shaw had a goal, and Nate Wood and Billy Martinez both had an assist in Middleburgh’s 4-0 win over Fort Plain, which got a 26-save performance from Paul Grassel. Ben Croote made two stops for the shutout.

Casey Clark turned in his second hat trick of the season and Sam Neahr contributed a goal for Galway in a 4-1 win over Canajoharie. Noah Colburn scored for the Cougars.

Northville got two goals from Miles Weaver in a 3-0 win over Schoharie.

Ichabod Crane struck for three goals in each half and downed Schalmont 6-0 in a Colonial Council game. Brian Bravo and Alexis Cintron both scored twice for the Riders, and Nathan Gallo had a goal and an assist.

Brice Williams and Brody Page scored goals late in the second half as Mayfield beat Greenwich 5-3 at the Mayfield Tournament. Mayfield led 3-0 before Greenwich rallied to tie the contest.

Lake George scored four unanswered goals after James Collar tallied for Gloversville in a 4-1 Mayfield Tournament win.

MOHONASEN, SCHALMONT ROLL

Ella Mullin, Hannah Bachovik and Olivia Andriola scored two goals apiece, and Jordyn Edwards added a goal in Mohonasen’s 7-1 Colonial Council girls’ soccer win at Cohoes. Mullin and Bachovik both had two assists. Quincy Hytko scored for the Tigers.

Gianna Cirilla clicked for four goals, Annalise Tyler scored two goals and Meg Lasher picked up two assists in Schalmont’s 7-1 win over Ichabod Crane. Caelyn Eiser had Schalmont’s other goal, and Kiley Melanson tallied for the Riders.

Lily Farrell scored four goals, and Marleigh Delisle, Alexa Voland and Sofia Bouplon each added a goal as Voorheesville topped Catholic Central 7-1.

Morgan Phelan scored a goal and assisted on Bella Donzelli’s goal to help Schoharie beat Northville 2-0 in a Western Athletic Conference soccer game. Julianna Slater and Lily Courtright made five saves apiece to share the shutout.

Canajoharie edged Galway 3-2 on goals by Soren Veit Scott, Sofia Haider and Marian Hazzard, and Tori Blakeslee’s five-save effort. Stephanie Martin and Alaina Aschmutat both had a goal and an assist for Galway.

Jill Sandel’s first-half goal stood up as Fonda-Fultonville clipped Duanesburg 1-0.

Sydney Carracci recorded a hat trick, Allison Fuller scored twice, and Morgan O’Ryan notched a goal for Saratoga Central Catholic in a 6-2 non-league win over North Warren. The Saints built a 5-1 halftime lead.

EAGLES, SPARTANS POST SC FIELD HOCKEY WINS

Elizabeth Austin scored a goal and assisted on another by Ruriks Suzuki as part of Bethlehem’s 3-1 Suburban Council field hockey win over Niskayuna. Avery Eick had the other goal for Bethlehem, and Caitlin McInerney assisted on Austin’s goal. Ella Lovegrove tallied for Niskayuna.

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake went to 5-0 in the SC with a 6-1 victory over Guilderland. Maggie Lansley, Lily Mastrella and Maddy Connelie scored two goals apiece, and Grace Kogut had two assists, for the Spartans. Skyler VanWormer scored for Guiderland. 

Lilyauna Hazelton scored two goals, and Gianna Marcantonio and Kendal Kelsey both had a goal and an assist to lead Queensbury past Glens Falls 9-0 in a Foothills Council game. Queensbury put three goals on the board in the first and second quarters to gain control.

PATRIOTS WIN CHIP AWAY EVENT

Broadalbin-Perth (302) beat Queensbury (323) and Johnstown (332) for team honors at the first Chip Away at Childhood Cancer Girls Golf Tournament at Fox Run Golf Club. Tekla Fine-Lease of Queensbury was the medalist with an 87. Mairead Marsden of Broadalbin-Perth carded a 97. 

NISKAYUNA BOYS TOP BH-BL

Niskayuna boys’ volleyball beat Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 25-20, 25-23, 24-26, 25-20, with Tyler Laing collecting 13 kills and 26 digs for the Silver Warriors. Caleb Goldberg had six kills and 21 assists, Gian Stabler had 27 digs, and Noah Castle had six kills and 10 digs for Niskayuna. Liam Calhoun paced Burnt Hills with 18 kills and 15 digs, Noah Bocksitti had six kills, and Reid Bacasrion had 14 digs.

Jonah Negris delivered 15 kills, Joe Monserrat had 21 assists and five aces and Danny Battista came away with 21 digs to lead Bethlehem past Shaker 25-18, 26-24, 25-7. Luke Saubier had five kills and five blocks for the Eagles, Alex Schalk had 15 digs, Cade Allen had eight kills and four blocks and Ben Sorrentino had 14 assists.

Shenendehowa beat Guilderland in four sets. Bennett Wilson had 12 kills and seven digs for Shenendehowa, Ryan Connors had 29 assists and five kills and Cade Bernardi had nine digs.

MAYFIELD WINS

In a Western Athletic Conference girls’ volleyball match Thursday, Brooke Long served seven aces to go with four kills, Madison King had five kills, and Lilia White served four aces to go with 11 assists in unbeaten Mayfield’s 25-18, 25-9, 25-19  win over Canajoharie/Fort Plain.

In Foothills Council action Thursday, Schuylerville defeated Johnstown 25-23, 2826, 25-13, and Hudson Falls swept Amsterdam 25-16, 28-26, 25-19.

Lauren Kinh had five kills, Kyerra Garmley had 10 assists, and Sophia Wahl totaled 13 service points, six aces and four kills to spark Schuylerville. Camille Gray had 25 digs for Johnstown, Daphne McGann had 17 assists and 15 digs, and Hannah Maxon and Alandra Oddy had five and four kills, respectively.

Amsterdam’s Lia Oviedo served for 13 points with eight aces, and Annie Fedullo collected 16 points, eight digs and seven blocks.

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