HIGH SCHOOLS – Amsterdam pulled out a 1-0 Foothills Council girls’ soccer victory over Scotia-Glenville, with Nikki Turney scoring the lone goal for the Lady Rams in overtime.
Carolyn Sculco backstopped the shutout for Amsterdam with nine saves.
Olivia Rogers and Macy Perry each scored twice in Broadalbin-Perth’s 8-0 win over Johnstown. Jillian Sassanella added a goal and two assists, while Aubrey Fisher, Jules Huckans and Adrianna Sheckton also scored. Mairead Marsden and Ally Bogusz each made one save to secure the shutout.
Queensbury got four goals from Ava Stewart in a 6-0 win over Glens Falls. Ava Stewart added a goal and an assist in the win.
Macey Koval scored a hat trick and Victoria Piteri added a goal in Schuylerville’s 4-2 victory against South Glens Falls. Rachel Jorgensen and Ashlyn Fish tallied goals for South Glens Falls.
In the Suburban Council, Sofia Sanzo scored twice and Bella Franchi had a goal and two assists for Colonie in its 7-0 win over Schenectady. Also scoring in the win were Julia Bancheri, Brooke DuFour, Lorena Freire and Gioia Archina.
Shenendehowa picked up a 2-0 win over Guilderland behind goals from Emily Baumes and Ella McDonald, with goalie Eva Pflomm recording a seven-save shutout. Guilderland was led by goalie Victoria Rollins’ nine-save effort.
Albany beat Troy 2-1 and Danica Fish assisted on Kselektra Shimbilko’s goal that opened the scoring for Albany, and scored the game’s deciding goal. Courtney Fish made nine saves for Albany.
Shaker was a 3-0 winner against Albany behind goals from Micaela Tahoe, Alyssa Camilli and Lindsey McCulloch.
Bethlehem and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake played to a 1-1 draw, with Casey Holstein scoring for Bethlehem and Samantha Torres finding the back of the net for Burnt Hills.
In the Colonial Council, Schalmont rolled to a 9-3 win over Albany Academy behind four goals from Gianna Cirilla and two goals and four assists from Simone Cassano. Abigail Hughes also had two goals for Schalmont, and Annalise Tyler rounded out the Sabres’ scoring. Grace Soukup scored twice and Liana Williams scored once for Albany Academy.
Kaitlyn Pelts scored two goals and Ella Mullin scored one in Mohonasen’s 3-0 win over Catholic Central. Hannah Bachorik assisted on two of Mohonasen’s goals, with Trinity Gulbrandsen recording the shutout in goal with three saves.
Quincy Hytko scored the game’s lone goal off an assist from Claire D’Angelico, and Lily Brennan made six saves for a shutout in Cohoes’ 1-0 win over Holy Names. Sofia Pantoja finished with five saves for Holy Names.
Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk beat Cobleskill-Richmondville 5-2 behind two goals and an assist from Patricia Dorrance, and a goal and an assist from Katie McFerran. Abby Batchler scored both goals for Cobleskill-Richmondville.
Waterford-Halfmoon got two goals from Mia O’Brien, and a goal apiece from Payton Galuski and Addyson Galuski in a 4-3 win over Mechanicville. Maddie Hopeck scored twice and Marissa Krosky tallied a goal and two assists for Mechanicville.
BH-BL VOLLEYBALL WINS BATTLE OF UNBEATENS
In a battle of Suburban Council girls’ volleyball teams that entered Tuesday unbeaten, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake dispatched Bethlehem 25-5, 25-17, 25-17. Danielle Debonis led the Spartans with 33 assists and 11 digs, Leah Scalise had 13 kills, and both McKenna Law and Sophia Tassone finished with nine kills. For Bethlehem, Caroline Davis posted six kills, six digs and a block.
Shaker beat Averill Park 25-20, 24-26, 25-20, 25-21, with Laila Shipley providing 16 kills and 22 digs to lead the victory. Cara Callichia added seven kills and 22 digs for the Blue Bison. Mackena Carter had 11 kills and five blocks, and Emily Prest added nine kills to lead Averill Park.
Troy beat Albany 23-25, 25-17, 25-20, 23-25, 18-16, with Sophia Jabour putting up 13 kills and 18 assists in the win. Albany’s Quayvianna Timmons compiled nine kills and 12 digs.
Columbia got 19 kills and nine digs from Arrica Silliman in its 25-13, 25-21, 24-26, 25-17 win over Saratoga Springs. Natalie Litrell added 14 kills and 15 digs in the win, and Lauryn Forand passed out 40 assists. For Saratoga Springs, Noelle Slye had nine kills and Kaidyn Castillo provided 16 digs.
Shenendehowa swept Guilderland 25-13, 25-13, 25-11, led by 12 kills and four blocks from Reagan Ennist, seven kills and five blocks from Sabrina Kinkaid, and 25 assists from Emma Paliwodzinski. Guilderland’s Kailey Lockwood had five kills and Katie Dickerson added five assists, six digs and eight service points.
In Foothills Council action, after dropping the first set, Broadalbin-Perth won three straight to beat Schuylerville 19-25, 25-12, 25-22, 25-16 behind 13 kills, six aces and three blocks from Sami Westfall. Ellie Mitchell served up 11 aces among her 23 points and added 23 assists for the Patriots. Lauren King led Schuylerville with six kills and four blocks.
Hudson Falls beat Gloversville in a five-set match, 26-28, 26-24, 20-25, 25-22, 15-11. For Gloversville, Allie Salvione had 42 assists, Zoie Tesi chipped in 23 kills and 18 digs, and Marisa Dygon drove home 12 kills.
South Glens Falls beat Scotia-Glenville 25-19, 25-15, 25-13. Haley Coro had 12 assists and Jillian Capozucca had 14 service points and five aces for Sotuh Glens Falls. Kelley Kristel led Scotia-Glenville with five kills and four digs, Molly Juedes added three blocks and Grace Letterman provided seven assists.
Schalmont was a 24-18, 25-20, 24-26, 25-14 winner against Albany Academy in a Colonial Council match. Alexa Knapik provided 17 assists, Haley Rider had 11 kills and two blocks, and Keira Noga chipped in six kills for the Sabres.
Ichabod Crane collected a 25-15, 27-25, 25-17 win over Lansingburgh, led by seven kills and 11 assists from Delaney More. Mackenzie O’Brien’s six kills topped the scoresheet for Lansingburgh.
Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk beat Cobleskill-Richmondville in four sets, 25-21, 25-21, 21-25, 25-17. In defeat, Cobleskill-Richmondville got five aces from Samantha Rogers, eight kills from Claudia Walrath and six digs from Hayden Johnson.
In the Western Athletic Conference, OESJ scored its first league win, beating Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 25-13, 29-27, 25-19, with Brooke Trumble putting up seven kills and four aces in the win. Lily O’Callaghan added six aces and a pair of blocks in the win. Rylee Van Auken had a team-high six kills for Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons, which also got 12 serivce points, four aces and 12 digs from Julia Dobkowski.
Middleburgh collected a 28-26, 25-19, 25-10 win over Mayfield, with Payton Yung totaling nine kills and eight digs, Megan Bramer serving up 17 points and Halle Haemmerle providing seven aces and seven digs for Middleburgh. Brooke Long led the way for Mayfield with nine digs and three kills.
Galway beat Schoharie 25-16, 25-14, 25-18, led by Kailey Jankowski’s 10 kills and 10 blocks. Taylor Garrison added five kills and five blocks for Galway, with Sophia Fasolino contributing 14 assists. Schoharie’s Savannah Traverse had five kills and seven assists.
ALBANY ACADEMY EDGES SCHALMONT
In Colonial Council boys’ soccer play, Finn Conway scored from a penalty kick and Brayden Henkel scored from open play as Albany Academy beat Schalmont 2-1. Aidyn Soehl scored Schalmont’s goal, with Aiden Lawrence providing the assist, and Sabres goalie Caleb Mathurin made eight saves.
In Suburban Council action, Owen Brant scored twice in Shaker’s 3-0 win over Averill Park. Lesedi Sekhobo added two assists and Nate Fesel also chipped in a goal for the Blue Bison, while PJ Strand posted the shutout with four saves.
CBA rolled to a 9-1 win over Ballston Spa, with Hunter Bulich scoring twice. Seven other players — Owen Everett, Chris Murphy, Ryan Scholz, Will German, Dixon Van Epps, Erik Najtellari and Cole Thompson — also scored for CBA, and Evertt had four assists.
Saratoga Springs beat Columbia 3-1. Ryan Farr had a goal and an assist for the Blue Streaks, with Xavier Ruscio and Lucas Varghese also scoring. Kejhaune Lester scored Columbia’s goal.
GLENS FALLS FIELD HOCKEY BESTS GLOVERSVILLE
Natalie Frasier and Hayley Stafford each scored twice in Glens Falls’ 5-0 win over Gloversville. Abigail Comstock also scored for Glens Falls. Gloversville got four saves each from Felix Clo and Larissa Sheffield.