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High school roundup: Glens Falls rallies to get past Queensbury

High school roundup: Glens Falls rallies to get past Queensbury

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High school roundup: Glens Falls rallies to get past Queensbury

GLENS FALLS — Freshman Aalijah Sampson ran 43 yards for a third-quarter touchdown, and Glens Falls rallied to beat Queensbury 10-6 in a non-league game pitting state-ranked teams.
Joe Girard III had two interceptions, one in the end zone, for Glens Falls (5-0), and Sam Hogan booted a 32-yard field goal.

Nico Mattia hauled in a 19-yard touchdown pass from Nathan Angell to give Queensbury (3-2) a 6-3 led in the second quarter.

Glens Falls, the defending Class B state champ, extended its win streak to 18 games. The Indians are No. 1 in the state, and the Spartans are No. 14 in New York among Class A teams.

Glens Falls’ closest game before Saturday was a 48-20 win against Broadalbin-Perth.

Queensbury 0 6 0 0 —  6
Glens Falls 3 0 7 0 — 10

GF — Hogan 32 FG
Q — Mattia 19 pass from Angell (run failed)
GF — Aa. Sampson 43 run (Hogan kick)

Class A

GLOVERSVILLE 35, GREEN TECH 22

GLOVERSVILLE — Buck Galster ran for a touchdown and threw scoring passes to Korey Cotugno and Julien Deumaga to lift the Huskies.

Jared Malagisi paced the Gloversville ground attack with 104 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries, and Trevor Mee contributed 86 yards and a touchdown on 17 attempts.

Galster was 6-for-14 passing for 129 yards.

Rahsier Chandler threw two touchdown passes, and Dupri McWhite ran 16 times for 104 yards to spark Green Tech.

Green Tech  0  8 6 8 — 22
Gloversville 7 14 7 7 — 35

Gl — Cotugno 15 pass from Galster (Muhlberger kick)
Gl — Mee 5 run (Muhlberger kick)
GT — Duncan 1 run (McWhite run)
Gl — Deumaga 70 pass from Galster (Muhlberger kick)
GT — Crumble 41 pass from Chandler (run failed)
Gl — Galster 1 run (Muhlberger kick)
GT — Ahmed 43 pass from Chandler (Chandler run)
Gl — Malagisi 8 run (Muhlberger kick)

Class B

HUDSON FALLS 44, JOHNSTOWN 28

HUDSON FALLS — Riley Maddison scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns and Schuyler Russell added another as Hudson Falls rallied to win the West Division game.

Russell ran 32 times for 128 yards and three touchdowns.

Trevor Porter threw two touchdown passes for Johnstown, one to Tanner Fahr, who also ran for a touchdown.

Johnstown 14 6 8  0 — 28
Hudson Falls  8 6 8 22 — 44

J — Fahr 50 run (Soler kick)
J — Fullington 4 pass from Porter (Soler kick)
HF — Russell 1 run (Russell run)
HF — Prevost 14 run (run failed)
J — Stover 1 run (kick failed)
HF — Russell 1 run (Prevost run)
J — Fahr 2 pass from Porter (Wilson pass from Porter)
HF — Maddison 1 run (Maddison run)
HF — Maddison 7 run (Russell run)
HF — Russell 1 run (Prevost pass from Maddison)

Class C

VOORHEESVILLE 27, COXSACKIE-ATHENS 6

VOORHEESVILLE — Ian Owens caught three touchdown passes, and Voorheesville won for the fourth time in five games after spotting the Indians an early touchdown.

Owens caught four passes from Jimmy Conley covering 148 yards, and Jake Palmer had 85 rushing yards for the Blackbirds.

CA 6 0 0 0 —  6
Voorheesville 7 6 7 7 ­— 27

CA — Middaugh 3 run (kick failed)
V — Owens 64 pass from Conley (Parker kick)
V — Owens 41 pass from Conley (kick failed)
V — Conley 1 run (Parker kick)
V — Owens 18 pass from Conley (Parker kick)

Class D

GREENWICH 43, CAMBRIDGE 38

CAMBRIDGE — Cole Burgess ran 20 times for 219 yards and three touchdowns, and also passed for a score, as Greenwich ended Cambridge’s 17-game win streak.

Cambridge (4-1) came in ranked No. 1 in the state and Greenwich (5-0) was No. 4.

Jonas Butz and Tommy English scored two touchdowns apiece for Cambridge, and ran for 151 and 108 yards, respectively.

Greenwich 14 7  0 22 — 43
Cambridge  0 8 14 16 — 38
G — Cristaldi 10 run (Albrecht kick)
G — Burgess 5 run (Albrecht kick)
C — Butz 15 run (English run)
G — Smith 5 pass from Burgess (Albrecht kick)
C — English 1 run (run failed)
C — English 3 run (English run)
G — Cristaldi 5 run (Cristaldi run)
G — Burgess 22 run (Albrecht kick)
C — Z. Rowland 7 run (English run)
G — Burgess 61 run (Albrecht run)
C — B. Rowland 29 pass from Z. Rowland (Linendoll run)

HOOSIC VALLEY 49, RENSSELAER 7

SCHAGHTICOKE — Dan Giordano ran nine times for 84 yards and four touchdowns, and Hoosic Valley won its second straight game after an 0-3 start.

Rensselaer  0  0 0 7 —  7
Hoosic Valley 21 14 7 7 — 49

HV — Scofield 15 run (Fusco kick)
HV — Giordano 3 run (Fusco kick)
HV — Scofield 29 run (Fusco kick)
HV — Giordano 1 run (Fusco kick)
HV — Giordano 35 run (Fusco kick)
HV — Giordano 7 run (Fusco kick)
R — Rider 1 run (Garcia kick)
HV — Burden 45 run (Fusco kick)

CROSS COUNTRY

Tyler Berg placed fourth (14:57), Evan Brennan ran 10th (15:09), and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake won the AAA boys’ seeded race with 78 points at the 3-mile McQuaid Cross Country Invitational at Genesee Valley Park in Rochester.

The invitation win was Burnt Hills’ fourth this season. The Spartans beat out St. Xavier of Ohio, which finihed with 117 points.

“It was a great field with a lot of bigger schools, and we really ran well,” BH-BL coach Chip Button said.

Aidan Gillooley placed 13th (15:13) for BH-BL, David Metacarpa was 24th (15:36) and Nick Hunziker was 27th (15:40).

SOCCER

Carrie Krohn scored two goals, and Maddie Phelan had a goal and two assists as host Schoharie beat Unatego 5-0 in the opening round of the Kyle Sharpe Tournament.

Katie Krohn had a goal and an assist for 10-0-0 Schoharie, MacKenzie Barton notched a goal, and Abby Wetsel made six saves.

Schoharie will play Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville in Saturday’s noon final after the Wolves beat Johnstown 2-0.

Brigid Duffy scored two goals for Queensbury, and Mack Slattery and Brigid Clark scored for Averill Park, in a 2-2 non-league tie.

OESJ advanced on the boys side of the Kyle Sharpe Tournament with a 3-1 win over Johnstown.

Jack Brundage, Braden Fredrick and Zach Mosher scored for 10-1-0 OESJ. Charlie Brown scored for Johnstown.

In the other tournament opener, Schoharie beat Coxsackie-Athens in a shootout after the teams played to 2-2 overtime tie. Saturday’s title game is at 2 p.m.

Mayfield came back from a two-goal deficit tie Greenwich 2-2 in a non-league game.

Alex Ringer and Colbey Hime had the Mayfield goals, Hime’s coming in the 72nd minute. Henry Hansen and Charlie Gartner scored for Greenwich.

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