Michael Avramidis recorded a 15-save shutout to guide Schenectady over Niskayuna 1-0 in a Suburban Council boys’ soccer match Tuesday. Gahad Fettah had the game’s only goal, assisted by Abuss Mohammad-Ali.
Jaylin Sykes’ first-half goal was the difference in Shenendehowa’s 2-1 win over Averill Park. Craig Miller also scored for Shenendehowa. Logan Blelauski had the Averill Park goal.
Brady Van Epps accounted for all goals in CBA’s 2-0 win over Guilderland. Dylan Bogdon and Rafael Enrique-Holguin contributed assists on the two goals.
Leading 1-0 at halftime, Saratoga Springs scored four times in the first 11 minutes of the second half on its way to a 5-0 win over Mohonasen. Aidan Rice and Luke Clark each scored twice.
Shaker edged Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 2-1. Ian Wu and Ryan Eagan scored for the Blue Bison, while Tyler Doherty had the lone goal for the Spartans.
Jared Calbrese had the only goal in Bethlehem’s 1-0 defeat of Albany. Ryan Henning made four saves and recorded a shutout for the Eagles.
Mike Robyck scored late in the second half to push Ballston Spa past Colonie 1-0. Ryan Blair assisted on the goal for the Scotties.
Kevin Vargas scored four goals as Troy topped Columbia 7-0. Abdel Osman tallied a pair of goals, while John Stinson collected two assists.
Mechanicville scored five times in the first half en route to a 6-1 Wasaren League victory over Hoosick Falls. Jeff Luce tallied two goals and two assists, while Marcus Tobin added a goal and three assists.
Hoosic Valley defeated Cambridge 2-1. Frank Able and Chris Hallam scored for the Hoosic Valley, while Isaac Carlo kept Cambridge in the game with 12 saves.
Ryan Willis scored a first-half hat trick as Berlin earned a 4-0 win over Saratoga Catholic. Viktor German recorded an 18-save shutout for the Mountaineers.
On Monday, Jack Brundage scored twice to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville to a 3-2 Western Athletic Conference win over Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons.
Teddy Borgos and Matt Ricciardelli each scored in Queensbury’s 2-0 Foothills Council win over Schuylerville.
Saratoga Springs topped Mohonasen 1-0 in Suburban Council action. Julia DiMenna and Emma Eldrid assisted on Emily Turner’s goal.
Ballston Spa beat Colonie 1-0. Caitlin Wania’s goal in the 27th minute was the difference in the game.
Holly Moore had two goals and an assist in Bethlehem’s 4-0 win over Albany. Olivia Miranda and Piper Gregory also scored for the Eagles.
Madeline Gibney’s two goals propelled Columbia to a 3-2 win over Troy. Abby Burns and Heather Moss scored for the Flying Horses.
Alana McNulty had a hat trick in Niskayuna’s 9-0 win over Schenectady. Izzy lynch added two goals and two assists.
Shenendehowa topped Averill Park 3-0. Dani Casey, Stephanie Burkhammer and Sarah Monroe scored for the Plainsmen.
In the Foothills Council, Schuylerville shut out Hudson Falls 8-0. Amy Moreau recorded a hat trick and two assists, while Emily Vallee added two goals and three assists.
Aly Fish scored four times as South Glens Falls defeated Glens Falls 9-1. Amya Naja added a goal and three assists, while Kate Barclay had the Indians’ only goal.
Annabelle Rieseler accounted for nearly a third of Duanesburg’s points with 16 aces and eight kills in the Eagles’ 25-13, 25-9, 25-16 Western Athletic Conference win over Schoharie.
Sophia Loukidas had 11 aces and seven kills for the Eagles, and Olivia Dykstra and Grace Sexton had nine and five kills, respectively.
Mikayla Myers totaled 10 kills, nine service points and eight digs, and Emily Mormando collected 14 assists and nine points to lift Mayfield past Fonda-Fultonville 25-19, 25-16, 25-23.
Samantha Kent added six kills for Mayfield. Jillian Wilder served five aces for the Braves, and Hanna Moore had 13 assists.
Fontana LaCoppola delivered nine aces, Meadow Arduini had six kills, and Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville recovered in the last set for a 25-17, 25-20, 18-25, 20-25, 25-17 win over Canajoharie.
Kayla Mastin had 12 kills and five blocks for Canajoharie, and Sydney Shepard had 21 service points, 12 coming on aces.
Emma Smith was a factor at the net with eight kills and on the back line with 24 points and 10 aces in Galway’s 25-9, 25-10, 25-9 win over Fort Plain.
Carlee Horstmann had seven kills, 12 points and four aces for Galway, Samantha Grant had five kills and four blocks, and Hannah Bramer had 16 assists.
Cheyenne Haemmerle’s 19 assists and seven digs helped Middleburgh defeat Berne-Knox-Westerlo 25-12, 21-25, 25-20, 25-13.
Camryn Leggett had 11 kills and eight digs for Middleburgh, and Megan Brown had five kills.
Madi Amico had nine aces among her 20 service points and contributed nine kills to lead Ballston Spa past Colonie 25-19, 25-5, 25-20 in a Suburban Council match.
Megan McMahon and Riley O’Donnell both had 10 assists for the Scotties, and Ang Stiles finished with 10 digs and nine service points. Madison Marshall paced Colonie with nine digs, three kills and three blocks.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake got a combined 18 kills from Hannah Shell and Lindsey DeBonis in a 25-16, 25-16, 25-11 sweep of Shaker.
Samantha Hardwick had seven service points, seven digs and four kills for the Blue Bison.
Niskayuna topped Schenectady 25-12, 25-9, 25-14 behind Stefana Stan’s seven kills, 19 service points and seven aces, and Kate Christie’s 10 kills.
Casey Sims had 16 assists for Niskayuna, and Christie Brown had seven kills. Jaclyn Dickson had four kills for the Patriots.
Nicole Adams piled up 19 kills and eight blocks, and Mary Talty’s 18th kill finished off Shenendehowa’s 25-20, 25-23, 25-20 win over Averill Park.
Hannah Feit had 21 assists for the Plainsmen, and Charlotte Macken had 16 digs.
Maggie Hantho had five kills, and Lauren Hill had four kills, in Cobleskill-Richmondville’s 25-15, 25-14, 25-22 Colonial Council win over Albany Academy.
Rebecca Abel had four kills and 13 digs for Academy, and Emma Davis had 14 digs.
Elizabeth Dewsbury had nine assists, seven aces and five digs as part of Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk’s 25-13, 25-15, 25-17 win over Schalmont.
Grace Bullard served five aces for the Indians. Erin Mahuf had six assists for the Sabres.
Morgan Gunter scored in the first half and assisted on Alison Burnham’s goal in the first 7-on-7 overtime as Schuylerville edged Glens Falls 3-2 in a Foothills Council game.
The teams played to a 2-2 halftime tie, with Brooke Thomas also scoring for Schuylerville, and Katelynn Mello knocking in both goals for Glens Falls.
Anna Lee’s unassisted goal in the first half stood up as Johnstown beat Queensbury 1-0 for its third league win in four outings.
Abby VanValkenburgh made four saves for Johnstown.
Delana Bonci scored with five seconds left in the second 7-on-7 overtime as Taconic Hills beat Emma Willard 2-1 in a Patroon Conference game.
Andrea Printz scored for Emma Willard in the second half, and Makenzie Cox answered for the Titans.