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High school roundup: Shen field hockey downs Burnt Hills

High school roundup: Shen field hockey downs Burnt Hills

Battle of sectional powers won by Plainsmen 2-0
High school roundup: Shen field hockey downs Burnt Hills
Shenendehowa forward Maddy Dunne gets past Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake goalie Rachel Kamppila for a first-half goal Monday night.
Photographer: Marc Schultz

Shenendehowa used a pair of first-half goals to beat Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 2-0 Monday in a Suburban Council field hockey game matching defending Section II champions.

Julia Chang and Maddy Dunne knocked in Shenendehowa’s goals, and Hannah Crounse and Kelli Russo 
collected assists.

The two-time defending Section II Class A champion and 2016 state titlist Plainsmen got two saves from Sheridan Messier and four stops from Abby Danson. Shenendehowa (4-0) extended its win streak to 25 games.

Rachel Kamppila made 10 saves for Burnt Hills (4-1), which has won five straight Section II Class B crowns.

In another game, Eliza Whitman scored a goal and set up Madelyn Kasulinous for goal, and Hoosick Falls went to 4-0 with a 3-0 Wasaren-Adirondack League win over Greenwich.

Mackenzie Sprague had the other Hoosick Falls goal.


Jaylin Sykes scored in each half, and Greg Monroe made 10 stops, as Shenendehowa beat Niskayuna 3-1 in a Suburban Council game.

Noah Faro had the other Shenendehowa goal. Alex Koudal scored for Niskayuna after Shenendehowa built a 3-0 lead.

Evan Wieczenski scored two goals, his second coming in overtime off a Brett Kneeskem assist, to lift Fonda-Fultonville past Schoharie 2-1 in a Western Athletic Conference game.

Matthew Loubier gave Schoharie the lead in the second half before Wieczenski answered with his first goal.

Galway beat Northville 2-0 on an own goal and another by Jake Restivo, assisted by Charlie Clarke.

Northville keeper Andrew Klingbeil piled up 23 saves.

Dan Ryan’s second-half goal off a Tony Marin feed, and an 11-save performance by Will Bankston, gave Middleburgh a 1-0 win over Berne-Knox-Westerlo.

Jaxson Yacowenia picked up two goals, and Joch Nellis set one up and scored a goal, as part of Fort Plain’s 4-2 win over Mekeel Christian Academy.

Jacob Hisert also scored for the Hilltoppers. Lens Lima produced both goals for Mekeel.

Luca Santabarbara scored 13 minutes in to kick-start the Schalmont offense in a 9-0 Colonial Council win over Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk.

Santabarbara finished with three goals and an assist for the 5-1-0 Sabres, Gabe Comenzo had two goals and two assists, Will Britton delivered two goals, Ryan Edwards had a goal and two assists, and Alex Diana had a goal and an assist.

Brandon Charette and Joshua Cioffi scored the goals as Cohoes beat Watervliet 2-1 in overtime.

Nathan Mills tallied for the Cannoneers

Albany Academy defeated Cobleskill-Richmondville 7-0, with George Ware and Caleb Phelan both scoring a pair of goals to lead the Cadets.

Niko Moutopoulos and Owen Connally also had goals for Academy, and Phelan had two assists.

South Glens Falls beat Glens Falls in the Foothills Council 6-0 on goals by Colin Parker, Thomas Linehan, Ben Stimpson, Justin Whittington, Vincent Santilli and Brian 

Sebastian Maynard made four saves for the shutout.


Sofia Casso scored four goals and assisted on two, and eight Schalmont players registered points in a 9-1 Colonial Council win over Ravena-

Jules Mohlea had two goals and an assist for the 4-0-0 Sabres, and Vanessa Wainwright, Davia Rossi and Isabella Almodovar each had a goal and an assist. Olivia Newkirk scored for the Indians.

Natalie Ricci and Hannah Ragule both notched three goals, and Madeline Stallmer and Samantha Dayter both added one, for Cohoes in an 8-0 win over Watervliet.

Holy Names beat Lansingburgh 2-1 on goals by Marissa DeMartino and Ava Panto.

Madison Teta scored for the Knights.

Britney Moore scored off a Carina Oare assist, and Emily Shepard made seven saves as Northville edged Galway 1-0 in a Western Athletic Conference game.

Fort Plain beat Mekeel Christian Academy 3-0 on two goals by Gabby Jenks and another by Rhyonn Ford.

Meghan Dingman scored twice, and Taya Yacobucci added a goal, as Canajoharie defeated Duanesburg 3-1.

Emily Schaeffer had the Eagles’ goal.

Katelyn Krohn amassed five goals to spark Schoharie’s 9-0 win over Fonda-Fultonville.

Megan Krohn had a goal and three assists for the Indians, Carolyn Krohn had a goal and two assists, and Madeleine Phelane and Denise Woodman both added a goal.

Nikki Filkins made 13 saves for Berne-Knox-Westerlo, and Ruby Acker made four saves for Middleburgh, in a 0-0 tie.

Lindey Hampton and Syd Sheldon scored early goals for Mayfield before Dolgeville answered in a 2-2 non-league tie.

Sheldon assisted on Hampton’s goal.


Brendan Spulnick had 19 kills, Dylan Urbanski had 42 assists, and Shenendehowa moved to 4-0 in the Suburban Council with a 26-28, 25-18, 
25-13, 25-18 comeback win against Bethlehem.

Cameron Severance had eight kills for the Plainsmen, and John Kean contributed seven aces and five blocks. Michael Ortale and Caleb Federman paced the Eagles with 14 kills and 26 assists, respectively.

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake got 19 assists and three aces from Derek Haughey in a 25-10, 25-9, 25-16 sweep of Colonie.

Jake Baker had six kills for 5-0 BH-BL, Zac Cabral had five kills, and Brad Albright had four kills and seven digs.

Saratoga Springs let a two-set lead get away in a 25-22, 25-22, 22-25, 25-27, 15-8 win over Guilderland.

Matt Myers had 10 kills in the Blue Streaks first SC win, Justin Geils had six kills, and Aidan Reynolds had seven assists.


Ani Crocker had nine aces among her 17 service points and was a defensive factor with 13 digs as Saratoga Central Catholic beat Mechanicville 19-25, 25-15, 25-10, 25-10 in a Wasaren League match.

Grace Fornabia had 11 kills, 14 service points and 14 digs for the Saints, and Elise Brownell had 12 service points and 16 assists. Lyndsay Robens had five kills for the Red Raiders, and Aryanna Carter had four aces and nine service points.

Lexi Myers had seven aces among 12 service points, and Jacqui Gerstenberger and Raquel Gerstenberger combined for nine kills and 15 service points as Schoharie beat Fort Plain 25-19, 25-13, 25-15 in the Western Athletic Conference.

Lauren Weinberger and Bella Page both served three aces for Fort Plain.

Angelina Ferritto assisted on 36 points, Liana Greenberg had 13 digs, and Katie Bennorth had five kills in Emma Willard’s |25-9, 25-14, 25-14 non-league win over Tamarac.

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