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High school roundup: Schalmont boys hand Riders first loss

High school roundup: Schalmont boys hand Riders first loss

Senior striker Chris Hamilton scored the only goal of the game Tuesday as the Schalmont boys’ soccer
High school roundup: Schalmont boys hand Riders first loss
Joe Werner of Ichabod Crane and Chris Hamilton of Schalmont go after the loose ball at Schalmont High School Tuesday, September 22, 2015.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber

Senior striker Chris Hamilton scored the only goal of the game Tuesday as the Schalmont boys’ soccer team handed Ichabod Crane its first loss of the season in a Colonial Council game.

Hamilton now has 21 goals for the Sabres (6-0) and is six shy of reaching the century mark. The loss dropped the Riders to 6-1.

Tom Van Vorst scored off an assist from John Gordan as LaSalle defeated Albany Academy 1-0. Brian Fiset recorded three saves for LaSalle.

Fonda-Fultonville pulled out a 1-0 victory over Cobleskill-Richmondville. Evan Wieczenski scored the only goal, assisted by Zach Guffree, in the second half.

Brenden Tracy recorded 15 saves for the Bulldogs.

Cohoes broke out of a close game with three consecutive goals in the second half on its way to a 5-1 win over Lansingburgh. Cam Bourgeois scored two goals to go along with an assist for the Tigers. Also contributing goals for Cohoes were Tyler Dion, Jarron Frangie and Ryan Frangie.

Junnie Nunez had 11 saves for the Knights.

In the Suburban Council, Phil Harabovici, Zach Mcharg and Kevin Lika all scored a goal for Colonie in its 3-0 win against Columbia. Marco Curto had two saves for the Garnet Raiders.

Nick Nadereski had six saves in a losing effort for the Blue Devils.

In the Central Hudson Valley League, Ryan Willis recorded a hat trick for Berlin as they routed Heatly 10-0. Jackson Burhans started the game as the goalie for Berlin before playing in the field and scoring two goals and adding two assists.

Heatly goalie Ryan Jordan had 28 saves.

GIrls’ soccer

In the Colonial Council, Julia Voss recorded a hat trick and Talia Crisafulli and Veda Hensil added two goals a piece in Voorheesville’s 8-1 win over Ravena. Laura Patak contributed three assists for the Blackbirds.

Taylor Jarosz, Lea Simmons and McKayla Criscione each recorded a goal in Lansingburgh’s 3-1 victory over Cohoes. Natalie Tidings made eight saves for the Knights, and Kimmy Rifenburg had 10 saves for the Tigers.

Allie Pacatte, Hana Almy, Hana Bradley and Kennedy Church all had a goal for Cobleskill-Richmondville in its 4-2 win against Fonda-Fultonville. Almy also contributed two assists for the Bulldogs.

Zariah Hentnik and Alysa Duval scored for the Braves.

Schalmont stayed undefeated and improved its record to 8-0 with a 5-0 win over Ichabod Crane. Rachel Strijek led all scorers with two goals. Vanessa Wainright, Brook Haviland and Davia Rossi added a goal each for the Sabres.

Kaitlyn Colletti scored the lone goal for the Indians.

In the Foothills Council, Natahsa Capobianca and Madeline Nevins both had a goal and an assist in Schuylerville’s 3-1 win against Gloversville. Amy Moreau also added a goal for the Black Horses.

Sierra Fancher scored a goal, and Alex Benfatti had 12 saves for the Dragons.

Queensbury rallied in the second half and beat Amsterdam 4-3. Brittany LaPlant was the leading scorer for the Spartans with two goals, and Ashley Rasario and Emily Vetter both had a goal.

Emma Petrie scored two goals, and Kaitlyn Devine added another for the Rams.

Gabrielle Kreppien scored two goals and an assist for South Glens Falls in a 6-0 win over Johnstown. The Bulldogs had six different players with an assist.

Kalia Fisher recorded 16 saves for the Lady Bills.

In the Wasaren League, Mackenzie Bowie scored three goes to lead Mechanicville to a 6-1 win over Cambridge. Lea Hickey, Keara LaFountain and Mariah Kowalchyzk also contributed a goal for the Red Raiders.

Abigail Tironi scored the only goal for the Indians.

In non-league action, Abby O’Connor and Paige Bailey both scored two goals for Scotia-Glenville in its 4-0 win over Mohonasen. Kelcey Morgan contributed two assists for the Tartans.

Field Hockey

In non-league action, Emily Fraser, Carly Pelletier, Kelly Quinn and Kelly Barkevich all recorded a goal in Shenendehowa’s 4-0 non-league win over Kingston. Sheridan Messier had three saves in the shutout for the Plainsmen.

In the Foothills Council, Queensbury remained undefeated (6-0, 8-0) with a 3-1 win over Scotia-Glenville. The Spartans’ win was led by two assists by Mallory Perry and a goal each from Amanda Guide and Stephanie Hand.

Lili Forth recorded the lone goal for Scotia, and Naudia Smith had seven saves.

Katelynn Mello recorded a hat trick for Glens Falls as the Indians topped Gloversville 6-1. Ellie Gohn added two goals and an assist for the Indians.

Willow Carey had 27 saves for the Huskies.

Maddie Etherton scored two goals in Johnstown’s 3-0 win over South Glens Falls. Anna Heroth had the other goal for the Lady Bills, who had 22 shots on goal.

Brittany Bushey recorded 13 saves for the Bulldogs.

In the Patroon Conference, Sam Marrish, Lily Watson and Kili Eaton all contributed a goal in Germantown’s 3-2 defeat of Emma Willard.

Girls’ volleyball

In the Colonial Council, Makayla Shear had 26 kills to go along with Bailey Kross’ 18 digs and six kills for Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk in a 25-12, 25-15, 25-10 win over Voorheesville. Hailey Irvis added 14 kills and four blocks for the Indians.

Lansingburgh won its first match of the season, beating Cohoes 25-11, 25-19, 20-25, 25-19. Katie Rafferty recorded five aces to go along with 16 assists, and Serena D’Amico added 17 points and seven kills for the Knights.

Mary Bartkus recorded 10 aces and four kills to go along with 22 assists for Ichabod Crane in its 17-25, 25-8, 25-17, 25-22 win over Schalmont. Jill Smollar added eight aces and as many kills for the Riders.

Megan Rumenapp had 10 assists, five aces and two kills, and Giuliana Bruno had eight kills and two aces for Catholic Central in its 25-19, 25-11, 25-20 win over Watervliet.

In the Western Athletic Conference, Emma Stortecky posted 22 points, six aces and 17 assists for Canajoharie as the Cougars defeated Schoharie 25-16, 25-13, 25-23. Alexis Danthin put up 14 points, two aces and eight kills for the Indians.

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