With Kristina Maksuti scoring two goals and assisting on two others, the Bethlehem girls’ soccer team completed an undefeated regular season with a 5-0 victory over Guilderland Friday in a Suburban Council game.
Megan Olson, Marjana Maksuti and Kaitlyn Martin also scored for the Eagles (16-0-0, 18-0-0), and
Kiersten Swete made five saves. Erin Kelly was credited with 10 saves for the Lady Dutch (6-8-2, 8-8-2).
Annie Czelunsiak scored off an assist from Dee Koenig in the second half as Ballston Spa surprised Saratoga Spings, 2-1, in another SC game. The Streaks (7-7-2) had taken the lead on a goal by Jenna Cottrell, but the Scotties (5-10-3) pulled even on a goal by Alex Kambourelis. Renae Cairns had 10 saves for the Scotties, and Lix Rogan made eight saves for the Blue Streaks.
Amanda Malone scored off an assist from Maria Malone as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake earned a 1-1 tie with Shaker. Teegan Kelly and Emily McNutt each finished with five saves for the Spartans (9-5-2, 11-5-2) and Emily Johnson made 22 saves for the Blue Bison (5-10, 7-10).
Averill Park used first-half goals by Lydia Rebehr and Melissa Gentile to turn back Mohonasen, 2-0. Averill Park (6-8-2, 8-8-2) finished second in the SC South.
Britany Smith and Danielle Baum each scored two goals to lead Tamarac to a 7-1 Wasaren League win over Hoosic Valley. Erica Derby and Nicol Conrad chipped in with a goal and an assist each for the Bengals (10-2-2, 12-2-2), and Amanda Konieczny also scored a goal.
Hoosic Valley (3-10-1, 5-11-2) avoided the shutout when Molly Gilchrist scored on a penalty kick.
Mechanicville cranked up its offense in a 6-1 Colonial Council win over Watervliet. Alysa Russell found the back of the net twice for the Red Raiders (12-2), and Nicole Manupella, Danielle Manupella, Bobbi Longton and Val Sullivan each had single goals. MacKenzie Manning scored for the Cannoneers.
Megan Rozumalski scored both goals as WAC South champion Middleburgh held off Schoharie, 2-1. Courtney Richmond assisted on one of Rozumalski’s goals, and Beth Cleveland scored for Schoharie.
Kelsey Logan knocked in a pair of goals for Fort Plain as the Hilltoppers turned back Fonda-Fultonville, 3-1, in the WAC. Tory Stella also picked up a goal, and Kaitlyn Tremblay, Jenna Stever, Ashley Crews and Ashley Smith had single assists as the Hilltoppers improved to 12-3 in the league. Hillary Habla scored for the Braves (3-11-2).
Francesca Robinson scored twice, one off an assist from Crystal Pertell, to lead Northville (8-6-1, 10-6-1) to a 2-1 WAC victory over Galway. Shelby Parker scored for the Eagles.
Rachel Bornt, Samantha Hart and Eviza Nikolaji each scored a goal, and Rebecca Graudans made seven saves to lead Mayfield to a 3-1 victory over St. Johnsville. Whitney Masi scored the Saints’ goal.
Two first-half goals by Sonni Pank carried Canajoharie to a 2-1 victory over Berne-Knox-Westerlo. Melanie DeLong and Kelsey Aldi assisted on Pang’s goals, and Samantha Kuhne came up with 18 saves. Marion Bates had the only goal for the Bulldogs.
Courtney Pierce set up a goal by Laura Hanehan, and then scored an insurance goal as Schuylerville blanked Granville, 2-0, in the Wasaren League. Sarah Palmer made five saves to earn the shutout for the Black Horses (10-4).
Five different players scored goals for Maple Hill in a 5-2 Patroon Conference win over Hudson. Ashley Cross, Alyssa Annmcin and
Sierra Legge all had a goal and an assist for the Wildcats (12-3-1, 14-3-1), and Chelsea Turley and Meeghan Arno had the other goals. Paige Graziano and Haley Hollenbeck did the scoring for the Bluehawks.
Schenectady defeated Emma Willard, 2-1, in a non-league game on goals by Leah Van Buren and Gan Santorio. Kia Ference was tough in goal for the Patriots, making 11 saves. Hannah Bower scored for the Jesters (10-5-1), and Liz Wells finished with 16 saves.
Tigers surprise Sabres
Chris Rizzo scored all three goals as Cohoes knocked off Colonial Council regular-season champion Schalmont, 3-1. Brian Hume picked up two assists for the Tigers (9-4-1, 10-4-1). Josh Correra scored off an Adam Gray assist for the Sabres (12-2 league).
Zach Fane banged in the first three goals of the game to lead Lansingburgh to a 5-0 victory over Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk. Tony Fruscio and Brian Gardner also scored for the Knights (3-10-0).
Joey Naparstek scored a pair of goals, the second on a penalty kick, as Albany Academy defeated
Mechanicville, 3-1, in another Colonial game. Naparstek also assisted on Amadou Geuye’s second half goal. George Feathersonhaug had seven saves for the Cadets, and Chris Hunt made 10 saves for the Red Raiders (2-12, 2-15).
Josh Krajcir scored just three minutes into the game, and Jarred Antonucci scored an insurance goal four minutes later as Gloversville blanked rival Johnstown, 2-0, in the Foothills Council. The Dragons finish at 11-3 in the league, while the Sir Bills are 1-11-2.
Sam Caruso’s goal proved to be the game-winner as Glens Falls held off Hudson Falls, 2-1, in the Fothills Council. Matt Connell had the first goal for the Indians (5-9, 8-10) and Elijah Kassie scored off a scramble following a free kick by Dan Archambault for the Tigers
Jeff Hajek and Jack Bouchard each scored a goal as South Glens Falls held off Queensbury in another Foothills game. Mark Leeson picked up an assist, and Chase Brooks made nine saves for the Bulldogs (7-5-2, 11-5-2). Mike
Majewski scored for the Spartans (9-4-1, 10-7-1).
Steve Wilday and Kyle Koubek each finished with a goal and an assist as WAC North champion Galway turned back Northville, 2-1. Josh Ostrander scored for the Falcons (11-4, 13-4-1). Reinhold Schaperjahn of Galway (15-1, 16-2) and Mike Van Nostrand of Northville each made 11 saves.
Middleburgh ran its WAC South record to 13-2-1 with a 1-0 victory over Schoharie. Kyle Roney scored the only goal for the Knights
(14-3-1 overall) and Adam Hoerz made six saves to earn the shutout. Sean Lawyer made seven saves for Schoharie (9-5-1).
Matt DiBlasi, R.J. Gallup and Matt Gallup accounted for the goals as Schenectady Christian defeated Duanesburg, 3-1, in another WAC game. Sean McNullen scored for the Eagles.
New Lebanon wrapped up the Central Hudson Valley League title with a 2-0 victory over Waterford-Halfmoon. R.J. Walsh scored both goals for the unbeaten Tigers, who improved to 11-0-1 in the league and 16-0-1 overall. The Fordians finished the regular season at 10-2 in the CHVL and 15-3 overall.
Dillon King scored all three goals for Loudonville Christian in a 3-1 CHVL win over Berlin. Koury Deeb, Eric Hudspath and Elijah Bovenzi assisted on King’s goals for the Falcons (8-5-2). Tyler Pomakay scored off a Matt Tanner assist for Berlin (6-6).