<> Dutchmen wrap up a perfect SC soccer season | The Daily Gazette
 

Subscriber login

High School

Dutchmen wrap up a perfect SC soccer season

Dutchmen wrap up a perfect SC soccer season

Guilderland wrapped up a perfect regular season Saturday, becoming just the second boys’ team to pos

Guilderland wrapped up a perfect regular season Saturday, becoming just the second boys’ team to post a 16-0-0 Suburban Council record with a 2-0 win at Niskayuna.

Sahr Nyuma scored off a Kip Stillman assist in the first half, and Caleb Ciaschetti added a second-half goal as the Dutchmen, 18-0-0 overall, matched the league record for wins in a season set by Shenendehowa in 1988.

The win also locks up a top seed for the Dutchmen, the league’s overall and South Div­ision champion, in the upcoming Class AA sectionals.

Since taking over for Don Snyder in 2003, Mike Kinnally has had his team increase its number of wins every season.

Shaker, second to North Division champ Shenendehowa, closed its regular season with a 1-0 win over Saratoga Springs, as Jackson McCarthy headed home a cross from Sean Murphy early in the second half.

The Blue Bison finished 10-5-1 in the SC, 12-5-1 overall. Saratoga, 7-7-2 in the league, takes an 8-8-2 record into sectionals.

Elliott Gordon’s goal seven minutes into the game gave Scotia-Glenville a 1-0 win at Broadalbin-Perth and the Foothills Council championship.

Nick Hlat had the assist on Gordon’s goal, as the Tartans finished league play at 12-2-0, one game better than Gloversville. Since leaving the Suburban Council after the 1994 season, Scotia has won nine league titles outright (including the last five) and shared another. Scotia has lost just 18 league games in that span, and has not dropped more than two league decisions since 1997.

Broadalbin-Perth finished league play at 7-5-2 and is 10-6-2 overall.

Dane Slocum’s three goals helped Stillwater beat Hoosick Falls, 4-1, to finish 7-7-0 .

Scotia-Glenvillle shut out Broadalbin-Perth,

3-0, to win the Foothills girls’ title. The Tartans are 11-0-2 (14-1-3 overall), with a home game Monday night against Queensbury.

South Glens Falls claimed second place in the Foothills, finishing 10-1-3 with a 3-2 overtime win over Queensbury. Ashley Abrams and Erin Fish scored in OT for the Bulldogs.

Miranda Haraughty had thee goals and a pair of assists as Glens Falls defeated Hudson Falls, 7-1.

Division champs Mechanicville and Schalmont played to a scoreless tie, and will share the overall Colonial Council title.

Michelle Cuomo made nine saves for the

11-1-2, 11-3-1 Sabres. Mechanicville, 11-2-1, got a 20-save effort from Kelsey Desadore.

Quinn Massaroni and Kiera Moore had the goals as Holy Names edged Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, 2-1, in the matchup of second-place Colonial teams. Ashley Wilson had the Ravena goal.

Aerica Fredericks and Jenna Retell had the goals as Lansingburgh (8-5-1, 10-6-1) beat

Cohoes, 2-1. Sarah Kusaywa’s goal had pulled the Tigers into a tie.

Emily Downie, Kaitlyn Mulvaney and Alexa Kurchner teamed for seven goals as Albany Academy beat Watervliet, 10-1. Rachel Meyer had the Cannoneers’ goal.

Stillwater got goals from Abbey Hanehan and Nicola Gerasia to beat Hoosick Falls, 2-0, and completed an unbeaten Wasaren League season at 13-0-1.

View Comments
Hide Comments