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Soccer roundup: Mohon girls blank AP in opener

Soccer roundup: Mohon girls blank AP in opener

Freshman Alexis Canavally scored three goals Tuesday as Mohonasen beat Averill Park, 6-0, in the sea

Freshman Alexis Canavally scored three goals Tuesday as Mohonasen beat Averill Park, 6-0, in the season opener for both teams.

Sophomores Beth Poch­obradsky and Samantha Schmitt added single goals, as did senior Maddie Egan, and Saeeda Abdul-Aziz made six saves for Mohonasen, which won its third straight season opener.

Reigning Class AA champion Niskayuna scored four goals in the first 22 minutes and went on to beat Saratoga Springs, 6-0, in their Suburban Council opener.

Marika Contompasis, Mimi Curro, Sophia Constantine and Katie Ogden scored goals to provide the early lead, and Contompasis struck twice more in the second half.

Erin Doyle and Nicole Feldman both played one half in the Niskayuna goal.

Lizzi Guidi got the winner in overtime as Shaker edged Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 2-1.

Claire Shields and Cameron Careccia had the other Shaker goals. Maria Malone and Madison Adams had the Burnt Hills goals.

Kylee Arno scored a pair of goals to help Columbia to a 5-1 win over Colonie. Lindsay Mulligan, Caroline Hirt and Bridgit Austin added goals. Ashley Abel scored for Col­onie.

Miranda Charette and Nat­alie Ricci had the goals as

Cohoes stopped Holy Names, 2-0, in the Colonial Council. Sam Dayter recorded the shutout.

Kaitlyn Coletti’s first-half goal got Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk past Ichabod, 1-0, in the Colonial. Teller Wood made the goal stand with six saves.

Rebecca Claire’s goals sparked Voorheesville past Cobleskill-Richmondville, 6-1, in another Colonial game. Hannah Almy got the Lady Bulldogs’ goal.

Sarah Erno and Madison Gowett scored as Mechanicville topped Lansingburgh, 2-0, in a non-leaguer. Lauren Claeys made six saves to get the shutout for the Lady Raiders, who will be playing the Wasaren League this season.


Silver Warriors win

Tyler Hanfft had a pair of goals, and both Eric Hearer and Lee Esposito added one to help Niskayuna top Saratoga Springs, 4-1, in the season opener for both teams.

Stephen Klimek had the goal for the Blue Streaks.

Sean Larkin scored a pair of goals as Shaker blanked Burnt Hills, 3-0. Carter Haydock had the other goal for the Blue Bison.

J.T. Murray, Connor Willsie and Zach Ruschmeyer all scored a goals as Averill Park stopped Mohonasen, 3-0.

Matt Schiller headed home a Matt Mesiti free kick with 4:30 left in regulation as 2013 Class AA champ Guilderland edged Bethlehem, 1-0.

Justin Estremera scored a goal and set up a pair as Schen­ectady beat Amsterdam, 4-0, in a non-league match between former Big 10 teams.

Jamal Aladwar, Eddie Sichilongo and Ander Roman had the other goals as the Patriots, playing an independent schedule this season, went to 2-1.

Garett Wysocki’s late goal helped Schuylerville nip LaSalle, 2-1, in another non-league contest.

Matt Saddelmire also scored for Schuylerville, now a member of the Foothills Council.

Alexi Brosnihan has the LaSalle goal.

Ben Diamond’s goal in the closing seconds of regulation gave Albany Academy a 4-3 win over Schalmont in the Colonial Council.

Billy Melchionni’s second assist of the game set up the winner for the Cadets, who got a pair of goals form Dami Osofisan.

Chris Hamilton had a pair of goals for the Sabres, 1-2 overall.

Jake LaGreca came up with a pair of goals as Fonda-Fultonville shut out Watervliet, 3-0, in another Colonial opener.

Stiven Florez had the other Braves’ goal, and Travis Geniti made three saves in goal.

Luke Gorka, Braden Racey and Ben MacKay all registered a goal as Voorheesville got past Cobleskill-Richmondville, 3-0.

Jimmy Hollister fired in five goals as Ichabod Crane outscored Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, 9-3, in another Col­onial opener.

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