Trey Jasenski had a hand in three goals as Mohonasen beat Averill Park, 4-1, Thursday night to wrap up its most successful Suburban Council boys’ season since 1980.
Jasenski set up two goals by Taylor Ralbovsky and had one of his own as the Mighty Warriors finished 7-8-1 in league play, the most SC wins for the program since a
9-6-3 effort in 1980.
Mohonasen did not play a Suburban Council schedule from 1990-99. The seven league wins also match the program’s total from the previous five years combined.
Aaron Parisi had the other goal, assisted by Ralbovsky, as the Mighty Warriors moved to 8-8-1 overall. Mohonasen finishes its regular season Monday night, hosting Rotterdam rival — and Colonial Council champion — Schalmont.
Shenendehowa finished SC play with a 2-0 win over Niskayuna, as Bobby Buchanan and Luke Popolizio had the goals.
The Plainsmen ended with a 13-1-2
league record, their most SC wins since posting an identical mark in 1996. Shenendehowa will take a
14-2-2 overall record into the Class AA sectionals.
The win was the 489th for coach Mike Campisi, who moved past
retired Guilderland coach Don Snyder for second place on the Section II coaching wins list.
Guilderland is one win away from a perfect 18-0-0 regular season after posting a 2-0 win at Bethlehem.
Tony Campagnano and Rory Nunamacher had the goals for the 15-0-0, 17-0-0 Dutchmen, who play at Niskayuna on Saturday.
Bethlehem finished league play at 10-4-2.
Tom Greene had two goals and an assist, twins Will and Tom
Plowinske had a goal each and Brad Schulde picked up three assists as Colonie downed Columbia, 4-1. Matt Vooris had the Columbia goal.
Matt Rickard’s two goals gave Saratoga Springs a 2-0 win over Ballston Spa.
Cody Sargood and Cory Loveday both had two goals as Tamarac nailed down the Wasaren League title with a 5-0 win over Hoosic Valley. The 13-0-1 Bengals edged Greenwich (12-1-1) in the standings.
Ken Ikeya had three goals as the Witches closed with a 5-0 victory over Cambridge.
Andrew Knight scored and set up Joey Van Allen’s winner as Chatham edged Maple Hill, 4-3, a result that left both teams atop the Patroon Conference at 13-2-0.
Kylah Rodd and Mandy Lindsay had two goals each as Scotia-Glenville blanked Hudson Falls, 8-0, in a Foothills Council girls’ game.
Amanda Sweeney, Caitlin Hoey, Alyssa Woodworth and Macee Maddock also scored for the Tartans, 10-0-2 in the FC and 12-1-3
(11-0-2 last 13) overall. Scotia can clinch the league title with a tie or win Saturday at Broadalbin-Perth.
Gianna DeLilli and Kelly Tisinger had the goals as Gloversville upset Queensbury, 2-1, eliminating the Spartans from title contention. The Dragons are 6-6-1 in the league, 9-7-1 overall.
South Glens Falls is 9-1-3 after beating Glens Falls, 3-0, on goals by Chelsea Carruthers, Erin Fish and Sarah Hutchinson.
Broadalbin-Perth’s Sara Cope and Johnstown’s Jamie Murrey traded OT goals as their teams played to a 1-1 draw.
Karly DeSimone and Katie Trainor both had a goal and an assist as Shenendehowa beat Niskayuna, 3-1, in the Suburban Council final for both.
North Division champ Niskayuna had its 11-game unbeaten streak end, but will take a 12-4-2 record into the postseason. Shenendehowa finished SC play at 10-5-1 and is
11-5-2 after a 4-3-0 start.
Waterford-Halfmoon used three Meg Clemente goals to top Rensselaer, 8-0, and take the Central Hudson Valley League championship. The Fordians take an 11-2-0 CHVL mark into tonight’s league finale at New Lebanon.
Berlin’s 3-2 win over Emma Willard knocked the 10-3-1 Jesters from the league title picture.
Maria Foglia’s late first-half goal got Catholic Central past Albany, 1-0; and Rebecca Link scored three times as Troy stopped Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons, 7-0, in the Big 10.