Liz Farley scored in the 63rd minute Saturday, giving Niskayuna a 2-1 win over Shaker in the final game of their Suburban Council girls’ soccer schedule.
Meaghan Doyle’s 20th goal of the season put 15-1-0 Niskayuna ahead 24 minutes into the game. Julia Lennon got Shaker early in the second half.
Niskayuna will be the No.1 seed when the Class AA pairings are drawn up on Tuesday.
Shaker takes an 8-8-0 record into the Class AA tournament.
Megan Nash scored four goals, and Saratoga Springs beat Ballston Spa, 5-3, to finish 10-5-1 in the Suburban Council.
Taylor Camoin had the other Saratoga goal. Yanique VanNess had a goal and assist for Ballston Spa.
Macie Holmes had a goal and assist as Mekeel Christian Academy beat Schoharie, 3-0, in the Western Athletic Conference to lock up its first sectional berth.
The Lady Lions also got goals from Lexie Holmes and Lindsey McCarty to get to 6-5-2, with a home game Monday against Schoharie.
Mekeel, then known as Schenectady Christian School, won only one game each of the past two seasons, and was winless in 2009, as the program resumed after a five-year hiatus.
Kelly VanNostrand scored in the first overtime, and Northville edged Galway, 4-3, in the WAC.
Lyndsey Wadsworth and Mary Ryan also scored, and Katie Dickey was credited with a goal Galway knocked into its own goal, as the reigning Class D champs finished WAC play 7-5-2.
Erica Chase had a pair of goals, and Kelly Phillips also had a goal for the 10-4-0 Lady Eagles.
Mikayla Gowett scored three goals as Mechanicville beat Watervliet, 4-0, in the Colonial Council. Inghild Stafseng also scored as the 11-3-1 Lady Raiders won their seventh straight game.
Megan Finnen and Kaitlin Nadeau came up with goals as Lansingburgh shut out Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, 2-0.
Lansingburgh is 9-4-2. Ravena finished league play at 5-10-1.
Morgan Loder upped her season total to 39 goals by scoring twice, as Cobleskill-Richmondville beat Voorheesville, 2-0, to end the reg-ular season 10-6-0.
Katie Billington and Dani Rapplyea had the other goals.
Chanel Thomas’ three goals got Gloversville past Hudson Falls, 4-0, in the Foothills Council.
Caroline Baktya had the other goal.
Lady Spartans win
Maddie Nelson and Christie Raymond had the goals as Queensbury shut out Hudson Falls, 2-0, in a Foothills Council contest.
Queensbury finished 9-3-0 in league play, and is 11-3-0 overall.
Silver Warriors win
Joe Repicky’s 30-yard strike caught net in overtime, giving Niskayuna a 2-1 win over Guilderland in the Suburban Council.
Early in the first OT, Guilderland’s Kledis Capollari hit the crossbar.
Niskayuna defender Ian Cutting got to the ball and played it ahead to Repicky.
Tom Winegar got the goal in regulation for 10-3-2 Niskayuna, which finishes the regular season Monday against Shaker.
Guilderland’s goal was off a Niskayuna misplay, as the Dutchmen are 10-3-2 with a game remaining at Colonie/
Galway and Mekeel Christian Academy both picked up WAC wins, and will meet Monday in Galway for the Northern Division title.
Kyle Moffatt’s goal in the second OT gave 12-1-0 Galway a 3-2 victory over Northville.
Josh Bailey gave the Eagles a lead with three seconds remaining in the first half. Northville (6-6-2) fought back with goals by Nate Edwards and David Onzo, but Jay Oakes scored in the final seven seconds of regulation to make it 2-2.
The Lions went to 11-2-0 with a 2-1 win under the lights at 9-5-0 Mayfield.
Tyler Stempsey scored a pair of goals as Albany beat Amsterdam, 5-2, to go to 8-1-2 in the Big 10.
Andrew DiSalvi had the goal for the Rams.
Alex Frost scored in OT to give CBA a 2-1 victory over Catholic Central.
Frost also assisted on Michael Merecki’s goal for the Brothers. Andrew Helenek had the Crusaders’ goal.
Vincent Grecco scored twice, both times set up by Christian Hodson, as Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk edged Lansingburgh, 2-1, in the Colonial Council. Lansingburgh’s goal came from Brandon Bombard.
Nick Lehoisky’s goal in the first OT gave Fort Ann a 3-1 win at Corinth in the Adirondack League. The Cardinals finished 12-3-1 in the league.