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High Schools: Schenectady boys top Saugerties in OT

High Schools: Schenectady boys top Saugerties in OT

Mike Moore and Alex Rod­riguez both scored twice, and the Schenectady boys’ lacrosse team won a non-

Mike Moore and Alex Rod­riguez both scored twice, and the Schenectady boys’ lacrosse team won a non-league game over Section IX’s Saugerties, 6-5, in overtime.

James Schnepf made 19 saves for the Patriots (2-2), and Erick Aldas had a goal and three assists.

For Saugerties (1-2), both Darrius Edwards and Billy Kirchner scored twice. Mitch Lindenbaum made 14 saves.

Troy’s Woellmer David had three goals and an assist in an 8-2 non-league win over Maple Hill, and Trayvon Johnson made 14 saves for the win.

Both Matt Woods and Jahsiere Graham scored twice, with Graham adding an assist.

Maple Hill’s Cole Cioffi had a goal and an assist, and J.D. Dorward made nine saves.

In Suburban Council action, Saratoga Springs topped Col­umbia, 15-5, after leading, 10-0, at the half.

Trevor Honis and Justin Ross both scored three times for the Blue Streaks, Honis adding two assists. Evan Strock, Asa Connell and Neil Murphy each had two goals in the win, and Austin Degener made eight saves.

The Blue Devils got two goals apiece from Brendan Pursel and David Klee, and Tyler Heppelle made 23 saves.


Schenectady 6, Saugerties 5 (OT)

Saugerties 1 3 0 1 0 — 5

Schenectady 2 3 0 0 1 — 6

Saugerties scoring: Darrius Edwards 2-0, Billy Kirchner 2-0, Nick Slate 1-0. Schenectady scoring: Mike Moore 2-0, Alex Rodriguez 2-0, Erick Aldas 1-3, Felix Rodriguez 1-0, James Blanchfield 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Saugerties, Mitch Lindenbaum, 14 saves. Schenectady, James Schnepf, 19 saves.

Troy 8, Maple Hill 2

Maple Hill 0 0 1 1 — 2

Troy 2 2 3 1 — 8

Maple Hill scoring: Cole Cioffi 1-1, Nathan Bryda 1-0, Kyler Randall 0-1. Troy scoring: Woellmer David 3-1, Jahsiere Graham 2-1, Matt Woods 2-0, Ryan Bruno 1-0, Connor Berry 0-1, S.Russman 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Maple Hill, J.D. Dorward, 9 saves. Troy, Trayvon Johnson, 14 saves.


Saratoga Springs 15, Columbia 5

Saratoga Springs 5 5 3 2 — 15

Columbia 0 0 2 3 —  5

Saratoga Springs scoring: Trevor Honis 3-2, Justin Ross 3-0, Evan Strock 2-0, Asa Connell 2-0, Neil Murphy 2-0, Noah Scannell 1-1, Justin Degener 1-0, Jack Hardy 0-1, Dylan Honis 0-1. Columbia scoring: Brendan Pursel 2-0, David Klee 2-0, Liam Murtagh 1-0, Peter Herrick 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Saratoga Springs, Austin Degener, 8 saves. Columbia, Tyler Heppelle, 23 saves.

Girls’ lacrosse

Blue Devils roll

Columbia got five goals apiece from Helena Masiello and Gabby Childrose, with Masiello adding four assists, in a 21-6 win over Averill Park.

Caroline Hirt had four goals and two assists, Jackie McGlynn added four goals and one assist, and Shannon Ryan rounded out the multi-goal scorers with two goals and an assist.

Samantha Gladd made six saves for the Blue Devils (3-1), who held a 12-5 halftime advantage.

Averill Park (0-2) got five goals from Caitlin O’Shea.



Averill Park  5 1 —  6

Columbia 12 9 — 21

Averill Park scoring: Caitlin O’Shea 5-0, Sofi Sorriento 1-0, Emily Halpin 0-1. Columbia scoring: Helena Masiello 5-4, Gabby Childrose 5-0, Caroline Hirt 4-2, Jackie McGlynn 4-1, Shannon Ryan 2-1, Molly Tesoriero 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Averill Park, Morgan Minkler, 5 saves; Taylor Clement, 1 save. Columbia, Samantha Gladd, 6 saves.


Warriors win

Dmitri Aldershoff and Justin Cullum both drove in first-inning runs for Mohonasen, and pitchers Nelson Travis and Jeff Wicks made those runs hold up in a 2-1 non-league win over Broadalbin-Perth.

Travis also scored a run and stole a base. Jordan Cotton was 1-for-2 with a walk, a stolen base and a run.

Tyler Graham drove in Connor Pingitore for the Patriots’ run. On the mound, Graham struck out 11, allowing a pair of unearned runs in his first varsity start.

Luigi Magliocca was 1-for-3 with a stolen base.

Bethlehem posted four runs in the sixth inning to top Christian Brothers Academy, 8-6.

Zach Mendleson was 3-for-3 with two RBI, and Kevin Weber also drove in two runs for the Eagles (1-0).

CBA got two RBI from Justin Decker on a 2-for-4 day, and Dom Herald was 2-for-3 with a double.

The Brothers fell to 0-2 to start the season.


Mohonasen 2, Broadalbin-Perth 1

Broadalbin-Perth 000 100 0 — 1 4 2

Mohonasen 200 000 x — 2 5 4

Graham and Morreale; Travis, Wicks (6) and Cotton.

Bethlehem 8, CBA 6

Bethlehem 310 004 0 — 8  9 2

CBA 200 301 0 — 6 11 4

Ostroff, Cahill, Smith and Politi; Wilson, Fallon and Horvath.


No-hitter shared

Tori Powers and Sydney Foland combined to open the season with a no-hitter for Duanesburg in a 6-1 Western Athletic Conference win over Middleburgh.

Rachel Gamache and Tess Bloom were both 2-for-3 for the Eagles (1-0), Gamache smacking a triple.


Duanesburg 6, Middleburgh 1

Duanesburg 021 102 0 — 6 11 1

Middleburgh 000 001 0 — 1  0 4

Powers, Foland (6) and Schettine; Risch and Wood.

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