Jordan Lockridge scored early in the second half, and Max Faltow turned in a strong game in goal as Albany Academy edged Schalmont, 1-0, Friday in a Colonial Council boys’ soccer game.
Dami Osofisan assisted on the goal, and Faltow made 12 saves in becoming the second goalkeeper to blank the 7-2-0 Sabres this season.
The Cadets improved to 7-3-0 in avenging a 6-0 loss earlier in the season.
Sean Nolan and Luke Gorka had goals to help Voorheesville stop Cobleskill-Richmondville, 3-0, in the Colonial Council.
Brett Gaughan, Daniel Brant and Josh Catrine all had a goal as Shaker topped Mohonasen, 3-1, in the Suburban Council. The 9-2-0 Blue Bison are on a 7-1-0 run,
C.J. Dean had the Mohonasen goal.
Todd Briggs scored two minutes from the end of the first 10-minute sudden death overtime period, giving Mayfield a 3-2 victory over Saratoga Central Catholic in the Western Athletic Conference.
Liam Rice and Ryan Czarnecki gave the Saints a two-goal lead before the Panthers responded with scores from Tyler Yacano and Jordan VanNostrand to force OT.
Justin Akin scored three goals, and John Lucas added a pair as Hoosic Valley beat Cambridge, 9-0 in the Wasaren League.
Eighth-grader Molly Older scored three goals and Madeline Saccocio added three, leading unbeaten Schalmont past Lansingburgh, 7-1, in a Colonial Council game.
Emily Culbert and Rachel DiCocco had the other goals for the 12-0-0 Lady Sabres, and Kennedy Cronk had three assists. Alexis Fredericks scored the Lansingburgh goal.
Valerie Taylor and Maura Mulligan had the goals as Albany Academy stopped Holy Names, 2-1, in a Colonial Council game.
Ellie Davy made six saves for the 9-3-0 Bears. Hannah Loder had the goal for Holy Names.
Veda Hensel scored twice, and Cobleskill-Richmondville held high-scoring Morgan Loder to one score in a 3-1 win over the Lady Bulldogs.
Queensbury sophomore Brittany LaPlant ran her season goal total to 44 and her career output to 118 with a six-goal effort in a 7-0 win over Glens Falls in the Foothills Council,
Claire Hubbs has three assists for the unbeaten Foothills co-leader.
Broadalbin-Perth kept pace at the top of the league standings with an 11-0 win over Hudson Falls.
Gabrielle Kreppein finished with a pair of goals, and Felicia Buser had a goal and assist to lead South Glens Falls past Hudson Falls, 4-0, in the Foothills.
Lauren Vetter had the other South High goal.
Carolyn Krohn had a pair of goals as Schoharie kept Fort Plain winless with a 4-0 win in the Western Athletic Conference.
Seana Cleveland contributed a goal and two assists for the Cougars.
Tabia Salumann had a pair of goals, and Rylie Smith had a goal and assist as Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville beat Northville, 3-1, in the WAC.
Sarah Dickey scored for Northville.
Kate Essepian and Anna-Lisa MacPhee both had a goal to lead Shaker past Mohonasen. 2-0, in the Suburban Council.
WELLS PACES NISKY
Ali Wells registered a hat trick, and Carrie Hanks added a goal and an assist as Niskayuna thumped Guilderland, 4-0, in a Suburban Council match.
Jackie O’Brien and Mia DiRienzo added assists, and Emily King made five saves in goal for the 8-1, 9-1 Silver Warriors. Elizabeth Schumacher stopped 10 shots for 2-7, 4-7 Guilderland.
Ann Mahoney and Kate Dennett connected for goals to lift Saratoga Springs past Bethlehem, 2-1.
Mahoney also had an assist, as did Marissa Folts, for the 7-3, 8-3 Blue Streaks. Sam Geils had three saves in goal.
For 2-8, 4-8 Bethlehem, Elena Kreinberg scored on an assist from Kenzi Ruetz.
Taylor Safford and Aubrey Kamppila notched goal as Burnt Hills shut Shaker, 2-0.
Shauna Ryan and Brittany Ryan each stopped two shots in goal for the 5-4, 7-4 Spartans, who also got assists from Elise Zwicklbauer and Carly Grant. Kirstyn Watson made 12 saves for the 3-6 Blue Bison.
Casey Stata scored a goal and added an assist, and Caroline Cady also connected for a goal as Shenendehowa topped Columbia, 2-0.
Melissa Nealon made one save for 9-1 Shenendehowa. Emily Dick turned away 19 shots for 3-7 Columbia.
Alison Stuart and Zoe Purvis each collected a goal and an assist, and Megan Murdock chipped in with a goal to carry Scotia-Glenville to a 3-1 non-league win over Emma Willard.
Olivia Gundrum scored for Emma Willard. Naudia Smith made 11 saves for the 3-5, 4-7 Tartans.
Taynaya Medley produced seven kills and eight service points, and Nicole Donadio added 12 service points, including seven aces, to fuel Schenectady’s 26-24, 25-12, 25-22 Big 10 win over Bishop Maginn.
Camille Nowak tacked on five kills for the 6-3 Patriots.
Natalee Schurmann and Kathleen Schurmann combined for 19 kills and five aces to propel Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake to a 25-11, 25-16, 25-16 win over Shaker.
Lindsey Bynon added 23 digs for the 12-0, 16-3 Spartans. The Blue Bison fell to 4-7.
Jessica Powers’ nine kills and Chelsea Mullen’s 33 assists helped Averill Park sweep Mohonasen, 25-19, 25-17, 25-14.
Averill Park improves to 7-5. Adrianna Christou’s 10 kills and Hannah Willey’s 22 assists topped Mohonasen.
Sophy Levine’s 13 kills and three blocks sparked Saratoga Springs over Niskayuna, 25-12, 25-11, 15-25, 25-21.
Nicoette Bonaquist produced eight kills and three blocks, and Nina Peppel chipped in with 20 service points, six digs and six kills for the 10-2 Blue Streaks.
For 5-7 Niskayuna, DeAnna Whittemore put down 18 kills, and Lauren Litz contributed 19 assists.
Sarah Jaromin and Casey Brown recorded nine and seven kills, respectively, and Aimee Spilman distributed the ball for 35 assists in Columbia’s 25-22, 21-25, 25-20, 25-23 win over Colonie.
The Blue Devils improved to 9-3 and 12-4. Taylor Bannister had seven kills, and Casey Schreiner totaled 16 assists for the Garnet Raiders.
Annie Stock produced 20 kills, 25 digs and five blocks to power unbeaten Johnstown (10-0) over Queensbury, 25-21, 25-23, 16-25, 18-25, 25-23.
Bri O’Rourke compiled 10 kills and five blocks, Jerica Holland contributed 22 assists, six kills and 10 digs and Alyssa Nellis had seven kills, 23 digs and five blocks for the Lady Bills.
Christina Pavlovsky had eight asissts and served five aces, and Jenna Putnam had seven assists, four kills and seven aces as Gloversville (7-3) swept Glens Falls, 25-14, 25-17, 25-14 in the Foothills Council.
Albany Academy for Girls edged Holy Names, 25-22, 19-25, 15-25, 27-25, 26-24.
Galway (11-0, 12-0) remained unbeaten with a 25-9, 25-13, 25-13 sweep of Schoharie in the Western Athletic Conference.
Rachel Jones and Emily Zawisa posted seven and six kills, respectively, and Emily Orminski and Brittany Orminski added five kills apiece for the Eagles.
Rebecca Stevens had three kills, five service points and three blocks for Schoharie.
In the Central Hudson Valley League, Katie Yan and Stacy Falaleeva combined for 25 aces in Emma Willard’s 25-22, 25-13, 25-10 win over New Lebanon.
Khalan Fish had three kills, and Brianna Springstead added 10 service points for New Lebanon.
Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons defeated Amsterdam, 25-10, 25-11, 25-13, Thursday behind 14 service points from Jennifer Cerutti and 11 service points from Annie Riley, who combined with Emily Brown, Paris Jarrell and Sarah Del Vecchio for 17 kills.
The Knights are 7-1 in the Big 10 and 9-2 overall. Amsterdam dropped to 2-6 in the Big 10.