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Kogelmann lifts Guilderland girls' soccer to win

Kogelmann lifts Guilderland girls' soccer to win

Lauren Kogelmann’s first-half score was enough for Suburban Council South leader Guilderland to post

Lauren Kogelmann’s first-half score was enough for Suburban Council South leader Guilderland to post a 1-0 win at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake in a girls’ soccer game Thursday.

The Lady Dutch moved to 5-1-0. Burnt Hills is now 2-4-0.

Kelly Hartlege converted a Megan Doyle cross in the 15th minute, and Niskayuna made the goal stand up for a 1-0 win over Bethlehem.

The North Division leaders got six saves from Kristen Hartlege in improving to 5-1-0. Bethlehem dropped to 3-2-0.

Shenendehowa bounced back from a 1-1 draw with Colonie with a 4-1 victory Columbia. Audrey Meany, Jaclyn Romano, Meghan Merritt and Kelsie Moinzadeh had the goals for 4-0-1 Shenendehowa.

Cassidy Driscoll had two goals and an assist as Saratoga Springs defeated Mohonasen, 4-0. Delaney Dyer and Ellery Bianco had the other goals for 2-2-1 Saratoga.

Katelyn Frodema finished with three goals as Shaker shut out Colonie, 6-0; and Caitlin O’Shea’s three goals carried Averill Park past Ballston Spa, 4-1.

Lauren Drake had two goals and an assists as Troy topped Schenectady, 5-2, in the Big 10.

Emily Brown and Samantha Surino scored the Schenectady goals.

Schalmont moved to 5-0-0 in the Colonial Council with a 6-0 victory at Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk.

Six different players scored goals, with Rachel Cardinal getting a goal and assist.

Keara LaFountain, Madison Gowett and McKenzie Bowie had the goals as Mechanicville edged Voorheesville, to even its Colonial record at 3-3-0.

Seven different players recorded goals as Lansingburgh blanked Fonda-Fultonville, 7-0.

Hailey Puckett, Volante Penzabene and Jen Van Alphen all had two goals as Ichabod Crane downed Watervliet, 11-1.

Valerie Taylor had a pair of goals as Albany Academy topped Cohoes, 3-1.

Kaitlyn McCarthy, Madeline Nevins and Gabriello Capobianco all had two goals as Schuylerville downed Granville, 10-0, in the Wasaren League.

Ashley Lefebvre’s two goals and one assist helped Waterford-Halfmoon defeat Berlin, 4-2, in the Central Hudson Valley League.

Boys’ soccer

mohonasen wins

Paul Egan put away a Bailey Petrocci pass in the first half, and C.J. Dean knocked home a penalty kick in the second half as Mohonasen beat Saratoga Springs, 2-0, for its first win of the season.

Pat Annunziata made six saves to record the shutout.

Ethan Strauss and Matt Henning had the goals as Bethlehem handed Niskayuna its first loss of the season, 2-0.

James Homan and Chris Schmid both had a goal and assist, as Shenendehowa took Columbia, 5-0, leaving the Plainsmen the only unbeaten team in the Suburban Council.

Tucker Marvin, Kyle Clemens and Maurizio Magnoli also scored for the Plainsmen, who led, 4-0, at the half.

Chris Connelly’s goal in the 68th minute got Guilderland past Burnt Hills, 2-1.

Kledis Capollari’s early PK gave the Dutchmen the lead, and the Spartans evened the score on a Ryan Capron goal, assisted by Alex Glowa.

Ballston Spa and Averill Park played to a 2-2 draw. Joshua Soden and Anders Trestick scored for the visiting Scotties. Owen Nuss and Wes Clayton had the AP goals.

Shaker overcame an early Colonie goal, as Patrick Mahoney and Daniel Brandt came up with goals. Paolino Curto scored 18 seconds into the game for the Garnet Raiders.

Cameron LaVallee’s three goals sparked a Schalmont offense that knocked off Ravena, 7-1, in the

Colonial Council.

The unbeaten Sabres got single scores from Devin Murphy, Zach Ericson, R.J. Hayden and Gino Rossi. Vincent Grecco had the Indians’ goal.

Alex Chan and Billy Melchionni both had a pair of goals in Albany Academy’s 8-0 victory over Cohoes. John Moutopoulos added a goal and two assists for the Cadets.

Dakota Franklin scored from a Noah Cipperly assist in the second overtime to give Lansingburgh a 2-1 win at Fonda-Fultonville. Luke Fane had the other Knights’ goal, while Ian Coyne scored for the Braves.

Dylan Hansel scored twice to help Voorheesville beat Mechanicville, 6-2. Eric Krasuski and Colby Colby DeMarco scored for Mechanicville.

Cole Crotty scored a first-half goal, and Queensbury went up two on a Hudson Falls own goal as the Spartans blanked the Tigers, 2-0, in the Foothills Council.

Queensbury had suffered its first loss in its previous game, and Hudson Falls was coming off its first league win since 2006.

Erick Kwizera, Emmanuel Ishimwe, Pa Reh, Khalid Holtzclaw and Dan Lacetti all had a goal as Albany downed CBA, 5-1, in the Big 10.

Akrum Mezza scored off an Adam Karstaad free kick in the final minute of the second OT, giving Troy a 1-0 win over LaSalle.

Girls’ volleyball

STREAKS SWEEP

Kristi Burgess served four aces and assisted on 25 points, and Sophy Levine had nine kills to lift Saratoga Springs over Mohonasen, 25-23, 25-18, 25-13, in a Suburban Council match.

Bailey Montgomery had seven digs and two aces to help the Blue Streaks improve to 6-1 in the league and 7-2 overall.

Arianna Christeu paced Mohonasen with five kills and three aces, and Damini Nardacci had eight digs.

Meghan Keyes delivered seven kills, and Jessica Dillon collected five aces and 19 assists to help propel Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (7-0, 8-1) past Guilderland, 25-4, 25-10, 25-12.

Shenendehowa (5-1, 5-2) got five kills and seven blocks from Michelle Paulsen in a 25-22, 25-12, 25-8 sweep of Columbia.

Taylor Murphy had five kills, four aces and 11 points for the Lady Plainsmen, and Mallory Helfin had four kills, six digs and 11 points. Sarah Jaromin had six kills for the Blue Devils, and Aimee Soilman had 14 assists.

Emily Zawisa totaled 13 service points, seven aces and 11 kills, and Galway went to 6-0 in the Western Athletic Conference with a 25-11, 25-11, 21-25, 25-11 victory over Saratoga Central Catholic.

Emily Orminski had 15 assists and 12 points for the Eagles, and Brittany Orminski and Rachel Jones both had five kills with a combined 17 points. Jaimie Delaney topped the Saints (3-3) with four kills, and Elle Valentine and Kaylie Fish both came away with nine points.

Emily Pieniazek and Brittany Burnham both served for 11 points, and Victoria Mueller had five blocks and three aces as Schoharie (5-1, 5-2) defeated Berne-Knox-Westerlo, 25-17, 25-23, 25-22.

Kathryn Salo had 10 kills for the Bulldogs (2-4, 5-5), Shannon Stone had six kills, five blocks and nine digs and Christina Grippin had nine points and eight digs.

Kaylee Bumpus slugged down 12 kills, Jordan Marshall and Bailey Ward both added seven kills and Mayfield went to 5-1 in the WAC with a 25-8, 20-25, 25-11, 25-23 triumph over Fort Plain.

Mackenzie Biggers had nine assists and six points for the Panthers. Emily Miller led the Hilltoppers (3-3) with seven kills, and Shawna Cotton had nine points and 10 assists.

Shyanna Logan had 13 kills, 17 points, five aces and 13 digs, and Shelby Mead had 13 kills and 14 points as Canajoharie outlasted Duanesburg, 22-25, 25-22, 23-25, 25-17, 25-11.

Emma Stortecky had 20 assists for the Cougars, Ashley Darling had 18 points and six aces and Frankie Nare had six kills. Alyssa Potter had 18 digs for the Eagles, Tori Dykstra had 15 points and Rachel Gamache had 13 points, six kills and 10 digs.

Megan Phelan 14 service points in a row, and Allie Gregory strung together seven as part of Loudonville Christian School’s 25-2, 25-16, 25-7 Central Hudson Valley League win over New Lebanon.

Phelan finished with seven aces and Emily Rifenburgh served six aces.

Field hockey

INDIANS WIN

Monica Harvey, Jill Rizzo and Cheyenne Randall scored in an overtime shootout as Glens Falls edged Scotia-Glenville, 3-2, in a Foothills Council game.

The shootout being used this year for the first time replaces overtime penalty strokes, and has five players from each team going one-on-one with the goalkeeper. Players start from the 25-yard line and have 10 seconds to score.

Glens Falls (3-2 league) and Scotia-Glenville (0-4) were scoreless through regulation and two 10-minute, seven-player overtimes.

Olivia Gundrum scored in the first half and in the second overtime to lift Emma Willard past Ichabod Crane, 2-1, in the Patroon Conference.

Zoe McGuire made 10 saves for Emma Willard (3-0, 4-2). Katie Burke scored a second-half goal for the Riders.

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