Meghan Doyle scored in the 70th minute to break a tie, and Anka Parzych notched her second goal soon after as Niskayuna defeated Bethlehem, 3-1, in a Suburban Council girls’ soccer game Tuesday matching division leaders.
Doyle assisted on Parzych’s first-half goal, and Tara Teal answered for the South Division-leading Eagles (6-3-1) in the 68th minute. Liz Farley assisted on Doyle’s tie-breaking tally, and Sophia Constantine set up Parzych’s insurance goal in the 72nd minute.
Kristen Hartlage made four saves for Niskayuna (10-0-0), the North Division leader. Katie Nickels made three saves for the Eagles.
Meghan Malone scored two goals, Morgan Burchardt had three assists, and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake beat Mohonasen, 5-0, to run its winning streak to six games.
Jenna Retell, Carley Finn and Krissy Bikawicz also scored for 7-3-0 BH-BL, which has four shutouts and 27 goals in its last six games.
Sophia DiNinni struck for two goals, and Kelsie Moinzadeh and Makala Foley also tallied as Shenendehowa defeated Columbia, 4-0.
Foley made three saves in the first half, and scored on a penalty kick in the second half after Maveve Fletcher took over the netminding chores.
Rebecca Golderman’s goal with 4:25 left in the second half, set up by Jessica Capone, gave Guilderland a 1-0 victory over Saratoga Springs.
Morgan Lionarons and Savannah Mason had the goals in Averill Park’s 2-0 triumph over Ballston Spa.
Rachel Gac scored two goals, Taylor Gould and Gabby Juers combined for five saves, and Schalmont went to 10-0 in the Colonial Council with a 6-0 triumph at Lansingburgh.
Alexandra Cardinal, Diana DiCocco, Allie Gallo and Madeline Sacoccio also scored for Schalmont.
Mikayla Gowett scored three first-half goals, and Courtney Pingelski and Aubrey Zecca added tack-on goals as Mechanicville beat Fonda-Fultonville, 5-0, and improved to 5-3-1 in the Colonial Council.
Chelsea Duncan and Laura Patak scored goals, and Emily Cole made seven saves, as Voorheesville edged Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk in overtime, 2-1. Kim Bianchi scored for the Indians.
Jen Van Alphen piled up three goals, Volante Penzabene had two goals and an assist, and Jessie Mink had a goal and three assists as Ichabod Crane overpowered Watervliet, 8-0.
Kaci Aschenbrenner and Emily Phillips also scored for the 9-1 Riders, and Katie Grace made three saves for the Continental Division leaders.
Liz Babson collected a pair of goals, Grace Delurey and Mackensie Hinchliffe both had a goal and two assists, and Hoosick Falls went to 9-0 in the Wasaren League (10-1 overall) with a 7-2 victory over Greenwich.
Alice Hayden had a goal and an assist for the Panthers, and Casie Mann and Allie Martin also connected. Alexis Case and Maria Patane scored for the Witches (3-5-1, 4-5-1).
Bridget Alber scored two goals, Jordyn Rousselle had a goal and an assist, and eighth-grader Madaline Nevins also provided a goal to back M.C. Aston’s four-save effort in Schuylerville’s 4-0 win over Cambridge.
Goals by Sabrina Sepowski, Lindsay Mannian and Sarah Friess gave Maple Hill a 3-2 Patroon Conference win over Taconic Hills. Nicole Hallenbeck and Julia Skoda scored for the Titans.
Brittany LaPlante scored two goals and assisted on Catherine Hand’s goal to lift Queensbury over Troy, 3-0, in non-league action.
Dona rattles cage
Ashley Dona scored five times to lead Johnstown to an 11-0 Foothills Council win over Hudson Falls.
Dona scored twice in the first half, then tallied three times in the span of 3:47 in the second half. Lindsay Brandt scored twice for the Lady Bills, and other goals came from Emma Heroth, Alexis Swatt, Nicole Bailey and Hope Cerasuolo. Hudson Falls got 19 saves from Nicole Wojtowecz.
Queensbury topped Gloversville, 5-2, with two goals from Olivia Paolano. Other goals came from Maddie Nelson, Christie Raymond and Aisling McAllister, while Christina Galatioto made nine saves for the Spartans (6-1, 7-1).
Gloversville (2-6, 2-9) got goals from Nicole DiMarco and Sarah LeBel.
Olivia Gundrum and Annica Wells scored for Emma Willard in a 2-0 Patroon Conference win over Coxsackie-Athens. Zoe McGuire made three saves for the Jesters (6-0, 7-3), while Makayla Rebusmen made five saves for the Indians (0-5).