Justin Estremele scored a pair of goals Tuesday to help Schenectady beat Catholic Central, 4-2, in a Big 10 boys’ soccer win, as the Patriots picked up their first win of the season.
Jhon Rojas and Zebbie Popalazi also had goals, and Andrew Cyr made four saves as the Patriots improved to 1-2-1 in the league.
Peter Hamlin had a pair of goals as LaSalle topped Albany, 3-2, in the Big 10. Emmanuel Ishiwe and Erick Kwizon scored for Albany.
Nick Comiskey converted a penalty kick in the first overtime, as Ballston Spa downed Bethlehem, 1-0, in the Suburban Council. The win was the first of the year for the Scotties, who got strong play from their back four of Jesse Bush, Noah Grenier, Meyer Aviles and Jon Blake.
Lee Esposito and Christian
Koudal scored goals, and Niskayuna also benefited from a Mohonasen own goal in beating the Mighty Warriors, 3-1, to remain undefeated.
Nick Lehning was credited with the Mohonasen goal.
Matt Nocito scored off a Ryan Capron assist in the 12th minute as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake took Averill Park, 1-0, in the Suburban.
Mike Cannizzo scored a pair of goals, and Colby DeMarco added one, as Mechanicville topped
Cobleskill-Richmondville, 3-1, for its first Colonial Council victory of the season.
Curtis Tironi made six saves for the Red Raiders.
Unbeaten Schalmont got a goal from Cameron LaVallee, assisted by Gino Rossi, nine minutes into the second half to edge Lansingburgh, 1-0. Knights’ goalkeeper Jarred Jarosz made 21 saves.
Carlos Reuter had a pair of goals, and Donovan Varney picked up the other, as Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk got past Watervliet, 3-0, in the Colonial.
COLONIE TIES SHENENDEHOWA
Ashley Abel scored early in the second half as Colonie held Shenendehowa to a 1-1 draw in the Suburban Council. Sara Nassr Elgrgawi rescued one point for the Lady Plainsmen when she scored the tying goal.
Meghan Doyle’s three goals led Niskayuna past Mohonasen, 4-0. Rachel Walsh contributed a goal and assist for Niskayuna.
Morgan Burchhardt scored a goal and assisted on two more as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake downed Averill Park, 4-1, in the SC.
Meghan Malone, Maria Jehle and Kylee Babcock also scored goals for Burnt Hills.
Rebecca Golderman and Emma Oliver came up with goals as Guilderland handed Shaker its first loss, 2-0. Julia Maloney made seven saves to get the shutout for the 4-1-0 Lady Dutch.
Ellery Bianco had two goals and one assist, pacing Saratoga Springs to a 4-0 shut out win over Columbia.
Autumn Fetterolf and Selin Gumustop scored the goals as Bethlehem got past Ballston Spa, 2-1. Yanique VanNess had the Ballston Spa goal.
Adrianna Guidetti scored two goals as Albany blanked Schenectady, 4-0, in the Big 10.
Lily Regan and Mollie Kather added goals. Nikki DeGregorio made 11 saves for Schenectady.
Gracie Mailey and Kelsey Martin both had two goals, and both Maddy Carroll and Abby O’Connor added one as Scotia-Glenville shut out Gloversville, 6-0, in the Foothills Council.
Brittany LaPlant had both goals as Queensbury topped Broadalbin-Perth, 2-0. Both teams were unbeaten in the Foothills going into the game.
Morgan Loder and Hanna Almy had the goals as Cobleskill-Richmondville edged Mechanicville, 2-1, in the Colonial Council. Mackenzie Bowie had the Mechanicville score.
Ann Risler scored a goal and set up Ali Allen’s goal as Holy Names got past Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, 2-1, in the Colonial. Samantha Filkins scored for Ravena.
Jenn Van Alphen’s pair of goals allowed Ichabod Crane to get past Voorheesville, 3-2. Chelsea and Veda Hensel scored for Voorheesville.
Natalie Ricci and Miranda Charette both finished with two goals to help Cohoes defeat Fonda-Fultonville, 7-1. Skyler Hesch had the goal for Fonda.
Tessa Hadland and Mary Ryan scored goals as Northville blanked Galway, 2-0, in the Western Athletic Conference. Lyndsey Wads-worth assisted on both goals.
Kaitlyn Congdon got the goal as Schuylerville knocked off reigning state Class C champion Hoosick Falls, 1-0, in a Wasaren League contest.
Emma Cohen and Nicole Soultanian scored the goals as Stillwater beat Greenwich, 2-1.
Ashley Lefebvre struck for four goals as Waterford-Halfmoon stayed perfect with a 5-1 win over Heatly in the Central Hudson Valley League.
GALWAY EXTENDS STREAK
Emily Zawisa came away with 10 kills and five stuff blocks, and Rachel Sherman had seven kills as Galway rallied past Mayfield in a match pitting unbeaten Western Athletic Conference teams.
Rachel Jones and Brittany Orminski both contributed six kills, and Sherman had nine points in Galway’s 10-25, 25-17, 25-16, 25-15 triumph.
Jones had a team-best 10 points for Galway (5-0), and Orminski was tops with 12 digs. Kaylee Bumpus sparked Mayfield (4-1) with 14 kills and six blocks, Bailey Ward had five kills and Mackenzie Biggers had 15 assists and seven points.
Emily Pieniazek served for 20 points, and Angela Simone had three kills as Schoharie (4-1) turned back Mekeel Christian Academy, 25-15, 25-15, 25-14.
Mekeel’s Clare Nelson and Mackenzie Islip combined for 13 service points.
Emilie Brownell had five aces among her 16 points, and Liza Orsini had five aces among her 10 points with nine kills in Saratoga Catholic’s 16-25, 25-22, 26-16, 25-17 WAC win over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville.
Kaylie Fish had eight points, four aces and six assists for the Saints. Shelbey McCumber had eight assists, four aces and four digs for the Wolves, and Brittany Ambrosino and Katie Pabis joined for seven aces.
Berne-Knox-Westerlo defeated Duanesburg, 27-25, 25-23, 16-25, 17-25, 25-22.
Shannon Stone had 10 kills and 10 blocks for the Bulldogs, Michaela Horlacher had 20 assists, Kathryn Salo had 34 digs and Anna White served two aces.
Haley Macken had 20 assists, 13 service points and four kills for Shenendehowa in a three-set Suburban Council sweep of Colonie.
Gabby Agresta collected 16 service points and six kills, and Taylor Murphy also delivered six kills, in Shenendehowa’s 25-14, 25-10, 25-9 victory.
Taylor Bannister and Danielle Spitzer both had four kills for Colonie, and Casey Schreiner added 10 assists.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake went to 6-0 in the league with a 25-9, 25-16, 25-7 win over Averill Park. Jessica Dillon had 19 assists and four kills for the Spartans (7-1 overall), and Lindsay Bynon anchored the defense with 12 digs.
Nina Peppel had 10 kills, Kristi Burgess totaled 21 assists, and both served five aces as Saratoga Springs outlasted Columbia, 25-21, 22-25, 19-25, 25-22, 25-16.
Rienne Burgess led the Blue Streaks (5-1, 6-2) with seven kills. Aimee Spilman amassed 35 assists for the Blue Devils (4-2, 5-2), Bree Nichols had 27 digs and eight kills, and Leah Gould finished with 19 digs.
Lauren Litz assisted on 20 points, DeAnna Whittemore had nine kills, and Julie Wagner worked for seven kills as Niskayuna (4-3) defeated Mohonasen, 25-14, 25-19, 23-25,
Hannah Willey had 19 assists and six aces for Mohonasen, Arianna Christou had 16 kills and 15 digs, and Dominique Nardacci had nine digs.
Andrea DeBoli piled up 20 digs for Averill Park (3-3), and Alyssa Clairmont had five kills.
Gabby Giacone had 16 kills, Jenna Giacone was another factor at the net with six kills and four blocks, and Alexis Young had 18 assists to lift Bethlehem (4-2) over Ballston Spa, 25-20, 25-14, 25-23.
Cassie Campion paced the Scotties with seven kills and 11 blocks, Jennifer Groat had seven blocks, and Ashlyn Kersch had eight service points with a pair of aces.
Cassidy Orocho, Brittanie Brown and Yari Laboy served five, four and three aces, respectively, as part of Amsterdam’s 27-25, 25-14, 21-25, 25-17 Big 10 win over Troy.
Laboy had four kills, and Orocho and Brown both notched three kills. Christy Gordon led Troy with six kills, Bethany Dudley had five kills, and Victoria Hailet had five aces.
Angela Stephano served eight aces, Victoria Twombly served five aces, and the tandem combined for 32 points in Loudonville Christian’s 25-4, 25-20, 25-18 Central Hudson Valley League win over Berlin.
LADY BILLS RALLY
Johnstown spotted Glens Falls a goal early in the first half before roaring back for a 5-1 Foothills Council win.
Hope Cerasuolo scored three goals for the Lady Bills, Nicole Bentley knocked in two goals, including the game-winner, and
Mikaela Etherton and Kelsi Barnholt both had an assist.
Hayley Coons scored for Glens Falls, and Indians netminder Hayley Mello made 36 saves.
Sarah Rapoport and Katie Williams scored the goals in Emma Willard’s 4-2 non-league loss to Mt. Anthony of Vermont.
Hannah Christian and Olivia Gundrum both had an assist for the Jesters (3-2), and Zoe McGuire made 15 saves. Four players scored for Mt. Anthony (3-1).