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High schools: WAC's Northville, Schoharie stay unbeaten

High schools: WAC's Northville, Schoharie stay unbeaten

Western Athletic Conference boys’ soccer division leaders Northville and Schoharie both remained unb

Western Athletic Conference boys’ soccer division leaders Northville and Schoharie both remained unbeaten with wins on Wednesday.

Northern Division leader Northville got to 7-0-2 with a 1-0 win over Mekeel Christian Academy. Will Wilson got the goal off a Skyler Buyce cross. Tim Monette made six saves in getting the shutout. Lions goalkeeper Jacob Kahler made four saves.

Schoharie got a pair of goals from James Sackett in beating Fort Plain, 5-0. Devon Brooks and Richie Martino both added a goal and assist. and Chris O’Neill also scored a goal as the Southern Division leaders moved to 7-0-1.

Nico Podros’ goal in the second overtime got Berne-Knox-Westerlo a 2-1 win at Saratoga Central Catholic. Jimmy McDill gave the 6-1-1 Bulldogs the lead at the half.

Alessandro Parisi evened the score for the Saints (4-2-1).

Brody Smith scored two goals, and both Mark Camp and Austin Roney added a score as Middleburgh (4-3-0) blanked 2-6-0 Galway, 4-0, in the WAC.

Devan Battisti’s three goals helped Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville defeat Sharon Springs, 6-1.

Dylan Klock, Tristian Engle and Andrew Hart all added a goal for the 3-3-1 Wolves. Tyler Blanchine had the goal for the Spartans.

Canajoharie picked up its first WAC win of the season as Logan Sale made good on a penalty kick in overtime, his second PK of the game, to beat Duanesburg, 3-2.

Zachary Beam had the other goal for the Cougars. Mikkel Roade’s second goal of the game allowed the Eagles tie the game in the final 10 seconds of regulation.

Reigning state Class B champ Ichabod Crane went to 6-0-0 in the Colonial Council by knocking off Cohoes, 5-0.

Seth Scarano, Luykas Van Alstyne, Heirberto Gomez, Alex Niemann and Tyler Suchosky had the goals for the Riders, who held the Tigers to one shot.

Girls’ soccer


Janelle Dillenbeck, Jordyn Logan and Dainara Veeder all had two goals as Canajoharie shut out Duanesburg, 9-0. Canajoharie improved ti 5-1-0.

Caitlyn Mattice scored in the first time, and Galway held off Fort Plain, 2-1.

Felicia Snyder also scored for 5-1-0 Canajoharie. Kendra Trem-bley had the Fort Plain goal.

Macie Holmes, Lexy Rychik and Lindsay McCarty had the goals as Mekeel Christian Academy downed Northville, 3-1. Mary Ryan scored for Northville.

WAC Southern leader Schoharie beat Chatham, 4-0, in a non-league game.

Kaitlyn Kendall had two goals and an assist, and Schoharie also got goals from Caroline Krohn and Seana Cleveland.

Caitlyn Mahoney scored off a Taylor Welcome assist as Lansingburgh edged Holy Names, 1-0, in the Colonial Council.

Jordyn Haynes scored twice as Hoosick Falls topped Stillwater, 4-0, in the Wasaren League,

Dana O’Malley and Rachel Pine had the other Hoosick Falls goals.

Girls’ volleyball


Alayna Fredenburg, Julianna Mastroianni and Lauren Mahar combined for 15 kills, and Emma Soltis teamed up with Savanna Liverio for 25 assists in Schalmont’s 25-17, 25-20, 25-14 Colonial Council victory over Cobleskill-Richmondville.

The Sabres are 8-1 in the Colonial Council and 9-2 overall.

Alaina Thaxter had four blocks and two kills for the 4-5 Bulldogs.

Strong at the net, Haley Irvis produced 16 kills and four blocks to pace Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk past Cohoes, 25-13, 25-20, 25-11.

Bailey Kross put down nine kills, and Mykala Shear assisted on 16 points for the Indians.

Megan Williams recorded nine kills, and Mary O’Toole contributed 11 assists to lift 3-5 Holy Names over Mechanicville, 22-25, 25-15, 25-20, 25-13.

Watervliet lost the first game, 20-25, but came back to beat Alb-any Academy for Girls, 25-17, 25-19, 21-25, 25-19.

Ichabod Crane (3-6, 3-7) used 11 aces, seven kills and nine digs from Sarah-Quinn Dempsey to beat Lansingburgh, 19-25, 25-17, 25-20, 25-15.

Annie Stock’s 15 kills and seven digs pushed unbeaten Johnstown over Gloversville, 25-22, 25-21, 25-18, in the Foothills Council

Bri O’Rourke chipped in with eight kills and six blocks, while Jerica Holland contributed 15 assists, three kills and three digs for the 7-0 Lady Bills.

Katlyn Pierce (10 kills, seven digs) and Jenna Putnam (seven kills, nine assists, eight digs) led 5-2, 7-2 Gloversville.

Chelsae LeBlanc and Maddie Gurga recorded nine and eight kills, respectively, and Kanyana Fariello chipped in with 17 digs to lead Broadalbin-Perth past Scotia-Glenville, 25-6, 25-12, 25-9.

Jena Samson (seven service points, three kills) and Nicholle Teerlinck (20 digs) excelled for the Tartans.

Kaylee Bumpus (11 kills) paced Mayfield over Saratoga Central Catholic, 25-13, 25-22, 25-18, in the Western Athletic Conference.

Miranda Eagan and Bailey Ward combined for nine kills and 11 service points for the 7-1, 7-2 Panthers. Elle Valentine and Emile Browell totaled 14 service points, including seven aces, for the 3-4 Saints.

Outside hitter Kathryn Salo (18 assists, 11 digs, seven aces) and sophomore setter Michaela Horlacher (10 digs, six kills, five blocks) paced Berne-Knox-Westerlo over Middleburgh, 25-13, 25-23, 25-13.

The 3-5, 6-6 Lady Bulldogs also got six kills and four blocks from middle hitter Shannon Stone.

Sonny Dickerson’s five kills and five aces led Middleburgh.

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johns-ville got 10 kills from Katie Pabis and six kills from Kyleigh Hayner en route to a 25-22, 25-13, 18-25, 25-16 win over Fort Plain.

Shauna Cotton’s eight aces and five assists led the Hilltoppers.

Rachel Gamache put down 12 kills, Tori Dykstra compiled 11 kills to go along with 12 service points, and Katie Dunn served for 10 points as Duanesburg (3-5, 3-5) outlasted Schoharie, 21-25, 25-15, 25-18, 24-26, 25-20.

Grace Gathen contributed nine kills and two aces, and Emily Picniazek had 17 service points to pace 6-2, 6-3 Schoharie.

Kasey Hannah’s 12 kills, 11 service points and eight digs carried Loudonville Christian School over Germantown, 23-25, 25-11, 25-13, 27-25, in the Central Hudson Valley League.

Ashley West chipped in with 11 service points and nine digs, while Angela Stephano had four kills, seven digs and 10 service points for 3-1, 5-1 LCS.

Unbeaten Waterford-Halfmoon (5-0, 7-0) swept Emma Willard, 25-12, 25-22, 25-9, in another CHVL match.

Michaela Miller’s 10 kills and five digs led the Fordians. Alexa Caruso recorded 15 service points, and Carly Howe contributed eight kills, 12 service points and five aces.

Boys’ volleyball

Dan Symer posted seven kills, and Cody Pearce added 24 assists, five aces and three blocks to pace Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake over Columbia, 25-14, 25-11, 25-19.

The Spartans improved to 8-1. The Blue Devils fell to 0-8.

Bethlehem stopped Saratoga Springs, 25-17, 25-14, 25-16.

Liam Stewart’s 10 kills and six blocks topped the 4-5 Blue Streaks.

Shaker rode Jarod Parower’s 17 kills, 12 assists and four blocks to a 24-26, 27-25, 25-18, 25-18 win over Colonie.

Colin McLean added 22 assists, six kills and five aces, and Keyshawn Gomes had 10 kills and four blocks for the 3-4 Blue Bison.

Javar Burch produced 15 kills, and Matt LaJoy added eight kills and seven assists for the 5-4 Garnet Raiders.

Field hockey

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Nicole Beardsley scored a first-half goal and set up two in the second period as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake beat Guilderland, 3-1, in a Suburban Council game.

Taylor Safford and Amanda Daniels boosted the Burnt Hills (4-3, 6-3) lead to 3-0, and Brittany and Shauna Ryan made three saves apiece.

Michelle Burmistrova scored for Guilderland off a feed from Julia Sanford.

Marina Skrabalak and Laure Morelli scored goals, and Sydney Shaw and Ash Shaver picked up assists in Bethlehem’s 2-1 win over Shaker.

Giovanna Ciavardoni had the Shaker goal, assisted by Katlin Foster.

Kelsey Briddell scored two goals and added an assist to propel Saratoga Springs over Columbia, 3-1.

The Blue Streaks took a 3-0 halftime lead. Carley Barnes scored the other goal, and Sam Geils stopped nine shots for Saratoga Springs

(4-2). Carolyn Cimo scored for the Blue Devils (3-4), who got seven saves from keeper Emily Dick.

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