High schools: Zoller’s 4 TDs lead Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake football in win

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HIGH SCHOOLS Luke Zoller ran for 173 yards and four touchdowns on 15 carries, leading Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake in a 45-14 win over Albany in a Section II Class A Grasso Division football gameo n Saturday.

Quarterback Myles Yanuzzi was 10 of 12 through the air for 104 yards, and added 69 rushing yards and a touchdown for the Spartans. Jake Paulsey also ran for a touchdown as Burnt Hills piled up 298 rushing yards on 31 carries.

South Glens Falls snapped a 13-game losing streak to Queensbury by topping the Spartans 12-6. Brandin Luman scored on a 43-yard run for the Bulldogs, and Cody Touse added a 3-yard run in the fourth quarter, made possible by a fumble recovery in Queensbury territory. Ian Reynolds’ 66-yard kickoff return was the Spartans’ lone score.

BECKMANN LEADS NISKAYUNA TO WIN

Jackson Beckmann had a hat trick to lead Niskayuna to a 3-1 victory over Colonie in a Suburban Council boys’ soccer game.

Claire Hutton, Andrew Hopper and Ned Reynolds all scored, and Colin NeJame had two assists in Bethlehem’s 3-0 win over Ballston Spa.

Averill Park and CBA played to a 1-1 draw, as Aiden Fedorwicz scored in the first half for Averill Park and Erik Najtellari equalized after halftime for CBA. Averill Park preserved the draw thanks to 17 saves from Brady Mazzeo.

In the Wasaren League, Ben Rubenstein scored 15 seconds into the second overtime to lift Stillwater to a 1-0 win over Greenwich.

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE NOTCHES 5-0 WIN

Lily Dempsey, Mia Cooper and Myah Getter each had a goal and an assist as Scotia-Glenville shut out Gloversville 5-0 in Foothills Council girls’ soccer action.

Ella Drake added the other goal for the Tartans.

Jillian Sassanella scored three goals and assisted on another to lead Broadalbin-Perth in a 4-0 win over Amsterdam. Olivia Rogers also scored for the Patriots, Molly Russom added two assists and Mairead Marsden earned a shutout with five saves. Amsterdam was led by Carolyn Sculco’s seven saves.

In Schuylerville’s 7-0 win over Hudson Falls, Anna Armstrong scored a hat trick and Kiera Roga added two goals and an assist. Amanda Pflieger and Annika Buff also scred for Schuylerville, and Alexis Hewitt provided a pair of assists.

Talor Ferrucci and Lindsey Marotta each scored twice to lead Fonda-Fultonville to a 5-1 win over Middleburgh in a Western Athletic Conference matchup. Quincy Lake also tallied. Jackie Codi contributed three assists.

Brooke DuFour and Ella Irons scored to give Colonie a 2-0 win over Niskayuna in a Suburban Council game. Julia Bancheri assisted both goals. Hailey Blake made seven saves for the shutout. Maddie Mills made two saves for Niskayuna.

Olivia Pardo scored twice as Shaker downed Albany 7-0. Lyndsay McCulloch and Micaela Tahoe each added a goal and an assist.

Kaelin Thompson scored twice to lead Northville to a 3-1 non-league win over Cobleskill-Richmondville. Leah Valovic also scored for the Falcons. Sophia Reidell and Lily Klippel each had an assist.

Kylie Mussaw had a hat trick to lead Unatego to a 7-2 win over Schoharie. Haley Drinon had a goal and an assist for Schoharie, while Morgan Phelan also scored. Lily Courtright made 10 saves, and Julianna Slater saved four.

SASAKI’S GOAL LIFTS JOHNSTOWN

Ayaka Sasaki’s rebound goal with 12:49 left gave Johnstown a 1-0 win over Queensbury in a Foothills Council field hockey game. Emilia Haverly made five saves for the shutout.

Alexa Prouty’s goal in the third quarter stood as the game-winner in Schuylerville’s 1-0 decision against Glens Falls. Katie Elder assisted on the goal, and Petra Gamage made two saves to record the shutout. Glens Falls’ Maggie Goodwin stopped 13 shots.

SARATOGA SPRINGS TAKES TITLE

At the Averill Park Homecoming Tournament, Saratoga Springs girls’ volleyball defeated Bethlehem 25-20, 25-20 in the finals, with Blue Streaks libero Kaydn Castillo earning tournament MVP honors. Guilderland defeated Troy 25-10, 25-19 in the third-place match.

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