Last year’s Foothills Council boys’ soccer co-champions renewed acquaintances Monday night and played to their 11th consecutive one-goal final.
Broadalbin-Perth came away with the 1-0 win over Scotia-Glenville, getting the winner from Joe Zarecki with about 12 minutes left in regulation. Logan Ackley threaded the pass through to Zarecki.
The Patriots (3-0-0 Foothills Council, 3-0-0 overall) outshot the Tartans, 20-10, and had seven corners to Scotia’s one. Devin Page made five saves for the shutout.
B-P has not yet allowed a goal this season.
The Tartans (2-1-0, 2-2-0) got 14 saves from Adam Ashcroft.
Queensbury posted a 4-0 Foothills win over Gloversville, with Tyler Raymond asked to make just one save. Liam Mulshine, Cole Crotty, Alliston McFarlane and Jayson Mullen provided the goals, and assists came from Eric Paige, Preston Hendrick and Greg Weeks.
South Glens Falls scored five times in the first half en route to a 7-0 win over Hudson Falls. Danny Hazewski had two goals, while Collin Farry, Tristan Morey, Richard Morgan, Andrew Nygard and Alec Potter each scored once. Jace Lennon had two assists, and Evan Brooks made two saves for the shutout.
In a Colonial Council game, Lansingburgh got a goal from Cameron Delisle, assisted by Dakota Franklin, to beat Cohoes, 1-0.
Three times in Galway’s 3-1 Western Athletic Conference win over Canajoharie, Casey Mello set up a goal by Zach Hartman. Robbie Baron (three saves) and Brendon Kondrat (two saves) combined for the win in goal.
Canajoharie’s Zachary Young made six saves, and Logan Sala had the goal.
Liam Rice scored five goals for Saratoga Central Catholic in a 6-3 win over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville. Nicholas Cavorta added a goal, Joe Schmidt made eight saves and Tom Fornabia made one.
Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville got goals from Tristian Engle, Andrew Hart and an own goal. Jonny Vicciarelli and Devan Battisti provided assists, and Nate Trumble made eight saves.
Maclin Norray scored twice in the first five minutes of the second half to give Berne-Knox-Westerlo a 2-0 win over Mekeel Christian Academy, and Trevor Haack made two saves for the shutout for the
1-1-1 Bulldogs. The Lions (0-2-1) got five saves from Jacob Kahler.
Wolfgang Reinke scored twice to help Northville to a 4-1 win over Fort Plain. Jacob Junquera and David Onzo also scored for the Falcons (3-0-0, 3-0-0), who led, 3-0, at the half, and assists came from Tyler Henderson, Danny Reidell and Kalob Russell. Tim Monette made seven saves.
Aiden VanLoan scored an unassisted goal for Fort Plain (1-2-0 WAC), and James May made 10 saves.
A Joey Stier corner kick in the closing minutes deflected in off a defender to give Germantown a 3-2 Central Hudson Valley League win over Loudonville Christian School. Stier also assisted on a Scott Scrodin goal, Tyler Fuchs scored once, and Rowan Dubois made six saves. LCS got goals from Jacob Film and Greg Zaloom.
Waterford-Halfmoon (1-0, 2-2) scored a 4-1 win over Doane Stuart in the CHVL, getting a pair of goals from Alec Barna. Austin Duffney and Nick Castle also tallied, and Bill Matin had an assist. Anthony Burris stopped five shots in goal.
Doane Stuart (0-1, 0-1) got a goal from Patrick Gorman and seven saves from Deshawn Speights.
Erick Kwizera had two goals and two assists to lift Albany past Greenville in a non-leaguer.
Khalid Holtzclaw also had two goals, and Jaheem Lawitz added a tally. Greenville’s Matthew Snow made 13 saves.
LaSalle topped Tamarac, 4-0, with Alexi Brosnihan turning in three of those goals. Niall Coughlin had the other, and assists came from Chris Skiba, Mike Blauuboer and Ben Beaury. Beaury also had two saves in goal.
Lions earn draw
Marcie Holmes scored on a penalty kick for Mekeel Christian Academy in a 1-1 Western Athletic Conference draw with Berne-Knox-Westerlo. Rebekkah Dean had 12 saves for the Lions.
The Bulldogs got a goal from Delaney Martin and nine saves from Juiliana Martin.
Sharon Springs beat Fort Plain, 2-1, with goals from Renee Handy and Morgan Daignault. Kendra Trembley scored for Fort Plain.
Morgan Gray scored three times as Canajoharie topped Northville, 8-1. Jenelle Dillenbeck added a pair of goals, and Lauren Balfe made six saves for the Cougars. Other goals for Canajoharie came from Brianna Slater, Morgan Koebl and Ariannah Logan.
The Falcons (1-2) got a goal from Meghan LaPort and 15 saves from Mallory Hook.
Abby Mosher scored twice to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to a 7-1 win over Mayfield. Addie Brundage had a goal and an assist, and other tallies came from Alexis Romeyn, Rylie Smith, Skyler Viveros and Jessi Hagadorn. Hannah Taylor dished out three assists, and Leanne Clark had four saves for O-ESJ (2-1).
Mayfield (0-2) got a goal from Julie Hampton, while Megan Frasier and Maria Messina combined for 19 saves.
Sarah Friess scored twice in the second half to give Maple Hill a 2-1 Patroon Conference win over Greenville. Anna Pulver made six saves in the win. Greenville’s Carly Johnson scored once, and Juliana Rauf made four stops in goal.
Cairo-Durham’s Victoria Juliano scored twice in a 2-1 win over Hudson, and Giovanni DeCamp made eight saves. Hudson got a goal from Abby Weinman, an assist from Ali Bartolotta and nine saves from Alexis Peters.
Eighth-grader Karrie Krohn had three goals and two assists for Schoharie (3-0) in a 5-1 non-league win over Middleburgh. Seana Cleveland and McKenzie Phelan both added a goal and an assist, and Kaitlyn Kendle had an assist. Sydney Stanley made eight saves for the win.
Middleburgh’s Amanda Roney scored an unassisted goal, and Kiera Morgan made 14 saves.
Schuylerville (1-1) got goals from Lacey Stangle, Marissa McCarthy and Madeline Nevins in a 3-0 win over Albany. Bridget Alber, Samantha Marko and Natasha Capobianca turned in assists, and Sara Baker made four saves for the shutout.
Emily Andrews made 11 saves for 0-1 Albany.
Galway’s Erica Chase scored both goals in a 2-1 win over Lake George, the second coming on an assist from Signy Killingmo early in the second half to break a 1-1 tie. Haleigh Podrazik made 10 saves in the win.
Lake George got a goal from Carly Vreugde and seven saves from Kerry Walker.
PATRIOTS WIN OPENER
Schenectady opened up the Big 10 season with a 25-16, 25-18, 25-20 sweep of Troy.
Nicole Donadio contributed 10 service points, Tanaia Medley made 16 digs, Sara Defruscio put down three kills and Tammara Brandon recorded two blocks for the Patriots.
For Troy, Christy Gordon had six kills, and Jessica Marsh made three aces.
In the Western Athletic Conference, Abbey Dearwester and Shelby Mead combined for 37 service points and 14 aces to lift Canajoharie (2-1) over Mekeel Christian Academy, 25-18, 25-7, 25-9.
Mayfield improved to 3-0 with a 25-9, 25-20, 22-25, 25-11 win over Saratoga Central Catholic.
Kaylee Bumpus was a perfect 14-for-14 serving and added 12 kills for the Panthers. Miranda Egan (13 service points, five kills), Bailey Ward (six kills, 10-for-10 serving) and Jordan Marshall (12 service points) were other top players for Mayfield.
Grace Gathen’s all-around solid game of seven kills, 25 service points and eight aces paced Schoharie (2-0) over Duanesburg, 25-22, 11-25, 25-23, 15-25, 25-23.
Angela Simone (15 service points), Emily Pieniazek (15 assists) and Victoria Mueller (four kills, five blocks) also had a productive match for Schoharie. Duanesburg was led by Rachel Gamache (eight kills, two blocks), Tori Dykstra (four kills, 22 service points, two aces), Taylor Martineau (20 service points, five assists) and Brittany Adams (16 service points, three assists).
Anna White’s 24 digs and eight aces carried Berne-Knox-Westerlo over Middleburgh, 25-13, 25-20, 17-25, 25-20.
Michaela Horlacher added 22 assists, Shannon Stone produced 10 kills, eight blocks and 15 digs, and Sierra Hubberad had 16 digs for the Bulldogs.
Kyla Garen and Sonny Dickerson tallied seven kills each for the Knights.
In a non-league match, Albany defeated Holy Names, 25-22, 25-13, 17-25, 17-25, 25-18.
Megan Williams had six kills, and Kerry Losert blocked five shots for 0-3 Holy Names.
Bree Nichols’ six kills, Aimee Spilman’s 21 assists and Leah Gould’s 11 digs led Columbia over Ichabod Crane, 25-11, 17-25, 25-13,
25-12, in another non-league match.
PELTON LEADS BH
Sam Pelton put down 13 kills to lead Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake over Bethlehem, 16-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-16.
Dan Symer and Austin Nydegger combined for 12 kills and six blocks, and Cody Pearce contributed 27 assists for the Spartans.
Bethlehem was led by John Sica and Aaron Carrk with 13 and 12 kills, respectively. That duo also combined for 12 blocks, while Kevin Mahar registered 35 assists for the Eagles.
Junior Liam Stewart produced 18 kills and four blocks, senior setter Luc Cienfarani added 25 assists and senior Jake Dewell and senior Andy Marotta combined for 15 kills to propel Saratoga Springs over Niskayuna, 25-23, 25-22, 25-15.
Guilderland swept Columbia, 25-20, 25-18, 25-18, as Marc duMoulin and Trevor Laicha combined for 12 kills and nine blocks.
Mark Fyvie added four kills, 12 assists and five blocks for the 1-1 Dutchmen.
Nick Donato’s 16 kills and 12 digs powered Colonie over Mohonasen, 25-21, 21-25, 25-23, 25-22.
Matt LaJoy chipped in with 27 digs, and John Tirino added 28 assists for the 2-1 Garnet Raiders. Jordan Cotton (15 assists), Kyle Hauplin (five blocks) and Austin Laverty (seven kills) topped 1-1 Mohonasen.
Scott Grable (13 kills, eight digs), Reid Hartl (10 kills, 19 assists),
Kolin Krebbs (11 kills, seven aces) and Logan Suguitan (12 kills, 26 assists) sparked Shenendehowa over Shaker, 20-25, 25-20, 25-23, 22-25, 27-25.
Jarrod Parowar’s 14 kills and six blocks led the Blue Bison.
Nicole daCunha recorded a hat trick to help Shenendehowa crush Columbia, 7-0, in a Suburban Council match.
Anna Bottino added a goal and three assists for 3-0, 4-0 Shenendehowa. Also scoring for Shen were Anna Branch, Katelyn Cook and Mckenna Robinson. Melissa Nealson made two saves in goal.
For 0-2, 1-3 Columbia, Emily Dick stopped 25 shots.
Ali Wells scored on a feed from Ali Frary in the first half to push Niskayuna over Guilderland, 1-0.
Emily King stopped two shots for the 2-1 Silver Warriors. Emily Schumacher made nine saves for the 1-2 Lady Dutch.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake tripped Shaker, 3-0.
Nicole Beardsley, Meghan Largo and Elise Zwicklbauer scored goals, and Zwicklbauer also notched a pair of assists for the 2-1 Spartans. Brittany Ryan and Shauna Ryan combined for 12 saves.
Kirstyn Watson made 12 saves for 0-2 Shaker.