The Scotia-Glenville’s girls’ soccer team started the season with a loss to Queensbury, one of the three teams the Tartans shared last year’s Foothills Council title with, but the Tartans registered a win over another of those co-champions Friday afternoon.
Scotia-Glenville got goals from Maddy Carroll and Dom Puglisi to recover from a 1-0 deficit and beat South Glens Falls, 2-1. The Tartans (3-1-0 Foothills Council, 3-1-0 overall) got four saves from Carina Moran.
South Glens Falls (2-2-0, 4-2-0) got seven saves from Elyse Green. Gabrielle Kreppein’s goal gave the Bulldogs a 1-0 lead.
Brittany LaPlant scored nine goals and had two assists as Queensbury beat Hudson Falls, 13-0. Emily Chester and Claire Hubbs both had a goal and an assist, and both Taylor Clarke and Tess Fagle had a goal. Midge Loiselle dished three assists.
Hudson Falls got 16 saves from Maddie DeRidder.
Johnstown’s Morganne Dick had three goals and an assist in a 7-3 win over rival Gloversville. Kendra McCoy added a pair of goals, and Jordyn Hale had a goal and two assists. Tatum Sardella also scored, Megan Anagnostopoulos had two assists and Briana Espositi made 13 saves.
Gloversville’s Chanel Thomas scored three times, and Emily Washburn had 14 saves.
Niskayuna got three goals from Meghan Doyle to top Sectional finalist Guilderland, 6-3. Rachel Walsh added two goals for the Silver Warriors, while both Hannah Munro and Maddie Karafanda had two assists. Marika Contompasis scored once, and Madison McPartlon had an assist. Kristen Hartlage made 11 saves for the win.
Guilderland got a goal apiece from Alyssa Kogelman, Rebecca Golderman and Breanne Ford. Lauren Kogelman and Emma Oliver both set up a goal, and Carlie Weinberg and Taylor Dorado both had seven saves.
Columbia’s Kylie Arno scored twice in overtime to lead the Blue Devils to a 4-2 win over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.
Arno also scored once in regulation and assisted on a regulation goal by Lindsay Mulligan. Jessica Schafer made 18 saves for the win.
The Spartans (1-3-0) got goals from Morgan Burchardt and Michaela Hitt, while Haley Schultz made four saves and Erin Petrillose made five.
Mekeel Christian Academy raced out to a 3-0 halftime lead, then held on for a 4-2 Western Athletic Conference win over Galway.
Lindsay McCarty scored the first two goals for the Lions (2-0-1 WAC, 2-0-1 overall), Macie Holmes scored the last two, and Rebecca Dean made seven saves. Holmes also assisted on a goal, and Elainna Taplin had an assist.
Galway’s Molly Mancini scored twice in the second half to try to rally the Golden Eagles, assisted on her second goal by Erica Chase. Lindsey Naughton made seven saves.
Jenelle Dillenbeck scored four goals for Canajoharie in a 4-1 win over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville. Assists came from Jordyn Logan and Lauren Balfe, and Balfe also had a save in goal, splitting time with Andrea Dingman, who had two stops.
Addie Brundage scored in the loss, and Leann Clark made six saves for OESJ.
Berne-Knox-Westerlo got two goals from Delaney Martin to beat Sharon Springs, 2-1. Monique Britton made six saves for the Bulldogs (2-1-1, 2-1-1).
Sharon Springs (1-1-0, 1-1-0) got a goal from Rory Byrnes and 11 saves from Kara Van Arsdal.
Nicole Cassale made 12 saves as Duanesburg (1-0-1, 1-1-1) shut out Northville, 4-0, and Maeve McKeeby had a pair of goals and an assist. Andrea Barton added a goal and an assist, and Elizabeth Schmidt scored once.
Northville (1-3) got seven saves from Mallory Hook.
In non-league action, Coxsackie-Athens beat Schenectady, 6-0, on four goals and an assist from Lizzie Morehouse and four saves from Ashley Donovan. Lexi Pascuzzi added a goal and three assists, and Kaitlin Hair scored once.
The Patriots got 12 saves from Nikki DiGregorio.
Ichabod Crane scored a 10-0 Colonial Council win over Fonda-Fultonville, getting three goals and an assist from Mariela Jacome. Jaycee Volkmann and Jessie Mink both had a goal and an assist, and Caroline Halpin made two saves. Fonda’s Ashley Hulbert made 10 saves, and Alexis Halpin made eight.
In the Wasaren League, Madeline Nevins set up a pair of goals for Schuylerville (1-0-0, 2-1-0) in a 2-1 win over Stillwater. Jordyn Rouselle and Gabriello Capobianco scored the goals, and Sara Baker made four saves.
Stillwater (0-1-0, 1-1-0) got a goal from Alexis Lockrow and 13 saves from Katelynn Brewster.
Hoosick Falls bested Tamarac, 3-2, with two goals from Dana O’Malley. Kolumbia Cook also scored, and Hannah Fricke had nine saves. Tamarac’s Mackenzie Flaherty had two goals, and Courtney Dreher made 12 saves.
Hoosic Valley got goals from nine different players while beating Granville, 10-0. Sydney Fitzpatrick had two goals and an assist, while both Samantha Carlo and Lauren Madigan had a goal and two assists. Carlo and L’Rae Brundige both had four saves. Granville’s Gabby Hilder made 24 saves.
Loudonville Christian School got a pair of goals from Courtney McGrath in a 4-1 Central Hudson Valley League win over Rensselaer. Rachel Gehr had two assists, and other goals came from Anna Arcodia and Angela Moroz. Cassidy Allen made four saves.
Rensselaer’s goal came from Moo Law Eh, and Eternity Coons made 11 saves.
Autum Vanlderstine scored to lift Greenville past Cairo-Durham, 1-0. Juliana Rauf made six saves in the win, and Gloria Kleinmeier had eight saves for Cairo-Durham.
SGF beats B-P
Cody Kostrzebski scored twice, helping South Glens Falls to a 2-0 Foothills Council win over defending league co-champion Broadalbin-Perth.
Goalie Evan Brooks made three saves for the Patriots (3-1 FC, 3-3 overall). Alec Porter and Levi Ahl had an assist each.
Goalie Devin Page stopped six shots for the Bulldogs (3-1, 3-1).
In Suburban Council games, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake and Columbia played to a 2-2 tie. Ryan Capron and Matt Nocito scored for the Spartans, while Luke Cameron and Jacob Vanvorst had an assist each.
Nick Crouse scored both of Columbia’s goals.
Paolino Curto had two goals and an assist to lead Colonie won for the first time this season, beating Ballston Spa, 4-1. Luke Fowler scored a goal, and Colonie’s other tally was an own goal. Elidon Bardhollari had two assists.
Nick Cominsky scored for the Scotties.
In the Western Athletic Conference, first-half goals by Don Reidell and Will Wilson helped Northville edge Saratoga Central Catholic, 2-1.
Liam Rice scored for the Saints.
James Sackett scored three goals to power Schoharie (3-0) past Sharon Springs (0-2), 9-0. Richie Martino and Chris O’Neill added two goals apiece, and Cam Schultz had one. The other tally was an own goal.
Todd Briggs had a goal and an assist to help Mayfield to a 3-2 win over Galway. Jack Albertin and Josh Ivancic also scored for Mayfield.
Taylor Hartman and Quinn Smith scored for Galway.
Anthony Dillenbeck and Dylan Klock scored to lift Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to a 2-0 victory over Fort Plain.
Goalie Nate Trumbull made seven saves for OESJ. Devan Battisti had an assist.
James May stopped 12 shots for the Hilltoppers.
In the CVHL, Blake Rock scored in overtime to give Loudonville Christian a 1-0 victory over Berlin. LC goalie Johnny Dariano made 10 saves, while his Berlin counterpart Jackson Burhans stopped 13 shots.
Austin Duffney’s goal gave Waterford-Halfmoon a 1-0 win over Germantown. Anthony Burns made five saves for Waterford (2-0, 3-2).
In a non-league contest, CBA beat Lansingburgh, 2-1. Matt Crisafulli and Jerry Lewandowski scored for the Brothers. Anwar Addailam had the Lansingburgh goal.
Niskayuna wins again
Carrie Hanks had a goal and an assist, Emily King made six saves, and Niskayuna topped Columbia for its third straight Suburban Council victory, 4-1.
Ali Frary, Maura McCann and Kate Batzinger scored the other goals for Niskayuna (3-1), Ali Wells picked up an assist and Elena Granda made a save in a late-game stint.
Helena Massiello scored Col-umbia’s goal off a feed from Ellen Abbott.
In the Patroon Conference, Hannah Christian scored on an assist from Marybeth Zahnleuter, and Zoe McGuire made eight saves to help Emma Willard defeat Taconic Hills, 1-0, in overtime.
The Jesters are 2-0 in the league and 3-1 overall. Kiersten Duncan stopped 15 shots for the Titans.
Emily Brown was credited with 13 service points and 15 assists to carry Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons to a 25-12, 25-12, 25-11 non-league victory over Mohonasen.
Caroline Bouchard chipped in with 13 service points, including four aces, and seven digs for the 3-1 Golden Knights. Sarah DelVecchio added four kills, Julie Nichols had 10 digs and three kills, and Paris Jarrell had three blocks.
Mohonasen (0-5) was led by Arianna Christou’s five kills and two digs.
Johnstown swept Glens Falls, 25-7, 25-7, 25-11, as Jerrica Holland, Annie Stock and Bri O’Rourke combined for five kills, nine aces and six service points.
Queensbury stopped Scotia-Glenville, 25-12, 25-15, 25-12, in another Foothills Council match.
In another Foothills match, Gloversville beat South Glens Falls, 25-18, 25-20, 25-21.
Jenna Putnam (10 assists, seven kills) and Katlyn Pierce (12 kills) led Gloversville (4-0, 5-0).
In the Colonial Council, Holy Names improved to 2-4 with a 25-23, 25-20, 25-12 decision over Cohoes.
Miranda Hethaway’s seven kills and two blocks, and Shawna Triggs’s 25 service points, including five aces, powered 3-1 Fonda-Fultonville over Ichabod Crane.
Jordan Dormandy’s six aces and Paige Niemeyer’s five kills were best for the Raiders.
Cheyann Walters produced 18 service points in Fort Plain’s 25-15, 25-15, 25-15 sweep of Berne-Knox-Westerlo.
Shannon Stone topped the 1-3 Bulldogs with six kills.
Bailey Ward’s season-high 10 kills and Mackenzie Biggers’ nine service points sparked 4-0 Mayfield to a 25-13, 25-20, 25-16 victory over Duanesburg.
Rachel Gamache topped the Eagles with 10 kills and two blocks.
Shyanna Logan and Shelby Mead combined for 14 kills and 28 service points to propel Canajoharie over Saratoga Central Catholic, 26-24, 25-13, 18-25, 25-14.
Abbey Dearwater added 11 assists and six kills, and Emma Stortecky had 11 assists for the 4-1 Cougars.
Elle Valentine, Emilie Browell and Kaylie Fish combined for 24 service points to lead Saratoga Catholic.