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High schools: Holy Trinity beats Fonda

High schools: Holy Trinity beats Fonda

Saturday's high school roundup
High schools: Holy Trinity beats Fonda
Holy Trinity's’ Ja-Del Whitfield eludes Fonda-Fultonville’s Massimo DiCaprio during Saturday's game.
Photographer: Erica Miller/Gazette Photographer

Holy Trinity shut out Fonda-Fultonville 44-0 in a Class C football game on Saturday.

Joe Tortello tossed five touchdowns and ran in for a score to lead Holy Trinity. 

Nacier Hundley and Noah Foster were each on the receiving end of two scores. Nelon Priest added a 74-yard touchdown reception. 

Fonda    0  0 0  0 —  0
Holy Trinity    7 20 7 10 — 44

HT — Hundley 9 pass from Tortello (Lawson kick)
HT — Hundley 14 pass from Tortello (Lawson kick)
HT — Tortello 6 run (Lawson kick)
HT — Priest 74 pass from Tortello (kick failed)
HT — Foster 13 pass from Tortello (Lawson kick)
HT — Foster 60 pass from Tortello (Lawson kick)
HT — Lawson 18 FG


Chatham 40, Helderberg Valley 7
Kaleb Taylor had two passing and two rushing touchdowns for Chatham in a win over Helderberg Valley.

Taylor connected with Triston Schermerhorn on two passing touchdowns while Schermerhorn also had a rushing score for the Panthers. Hunter Scheriff also contributed a rushing touchdown.

Chatham    0 18 8 14 — 40
Helderberg    0  0 7  0 —  7

C — Schermerhorn 18 pass from Taylor (run failed)
C — Scheriff 15 run (pass failed)
C — Schermerhorn 15 pass from Taylor (run failed)
C — Taylor 38 run (Schermerhorn run)
HV — Stahl 45 pass from Waddell (Greco kick)
C — Schermerhorn 6 run (Knight kick)
C — Taylor 54 run (Knight kick)

Cambridge 62, Corinth 6
Thomas English had three touchdowns, including a 75-yard opening kickoff return, to pace Cambridge over Corinth.

English ran in two scores for the Indians. 

Cambridge scored 35 points in the first quarter and also had six rushing touchdowns. Tyler Linendoll had two touchdowns on a 27-yard run and a 5-yard fumble recovery. 

Corinth    0  0  0  6 —  6
Cambridge    35 13 14  0 — 62

Cam — English 75 kick return (Hackman kick)
Cam — English 1 run (Hackman kick)
Cam — Linendoll 27 run (Hackman kick)
Cam — Linendoll 5 fumble return (Hackman kick)
Cam — English 9 run (Hackman kick)
Cam — Terry 13 run (Hackman kick)
Cam — Peters 16 pass from Truehart (kick failed) 
Cam — Pennington 13 run (Hackman kick)
Cam — Oglivie 13 run (Hackman kick)
Cor — Allen 27 run (kick failed)

Class AA
CBA 47, Schenectady 28

Mike Barber led CBA to a win over Schenectady with 121 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Barber’s longest run of the day was a 58-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter. 

Dylan Jones caught five passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns for CBA. For Schenectady, Jeremiah Davis hauled in two receiving scores on 61- and 49-yard receptions. 

CBA    14 12 7 14 — 47
Schenectady     0 14 6  8 — 28

C — Jones 19 pass from Smith (Naef kick)
C — Jones 30 pass from Curro (Naef kick)
C — Barber 58 run (kick failed)
C — Dodson 50 pass from Smith (kick failed)
S — Yopp 16 pass from Terry (Davis pass from Cruz)
S — Davis 61 pass from Cruz (run failed)
C — Isaiah Scarlett 1 run (Naef kick)
S — James 10 pass from Cruz (run failed)
C — Barber 5 run (Jones pass from Barber)
C — Scarlett 1 run (kick failed)
S — Davis 49 pass from Cruz (Terry pass from Cruz) 

Class B
Hudson Falls 33, Broadalbin-Perth 26

Caleb Condon ran for three touchdowns and threw for one in a Hudson Falls victory against Broadalbin-Perth.

Condon’s two-yard touchdown run in the third quarter gave Hudson Falls a lead it would not relinquish. Condon finished with 117 rushing yards.

Brennan Provost added 164 yards on five carries for the Tigers. Nick Geren led Broadalbin-Perth with 115 yards receiving and a touchdown. 

B-P    6 14  6 0 — 26
Hudson Falls    0 19 14 0 — 33

BP — Benton 1 run (kick blocked)
HF — Condon 42 run (Hermanson kick)
BP — Calderone 6 run (Marsden kick)
HF — Prevost 7 run (kick failed)
BP — Geren 63 pass from Benton (Marsden kick)
HF — Hogan 54 pass from Condon (pass failed)
HF — Condon 15 run (pass failed)
BP — Benton 9 run (pass failed)
HF — Condon 2 run (Condon run)

Hoosic Valley 49, Cohoes 6

Hoosic Valley defeated Cohoes as Jacob White rushed for 148 yards and three touchdowns. 

William Scofield also had three rushing touchdowns and 141 yards rushing. His 76-yard touchdown run opened the scoring for Hoosic Valley. White and Scofield ran for a combined 289 yards and six touchdowns. 

Hoosic Valley    7 21 21 0 — 49
Cohoes    0  6  0 0 —  6

HV — Scofield 76 run (Carlo kick)
HV — White 13 run (kick failed)
HV — Scofield 10 run (Caiazza run)
HV — White 3 run (Carlo kick)
C — Williams 45 interception return (conversion failed)
HV — Scofield 7 run (Carlo kick)
HV — White 48 run (Carlo kick) 
HV — Smith 58 run (Carlo kick)

New England Prep
New Hampton 35, Albany Academy 7

New Hampton beat Albany Academy, with Jake Dulac finished with two rushing touchdowns and a passing touchdown. 

Thomas Evans and Luke Romanek had a rushing score each and Marcus Peterson had a receiving touchdown for New Hampton. Michael Grandinetti scored on a 1-yard run for Albany Academy. He finished with nine carries for 37 yards. 

Albany Academy     0  7 0 0 — 7
New Hampton    13 15 0 7 — 35

NH — Evans 10 run (Devlin kick)
NH — Romanek 2 run (kick failed)
AA — Grandinetti 1 run (Fitzgerald kick)
NH — Dulac 28 run (Healey run)
NH — Peterson 23 pass from Dulac (Devlin kick)
NH — Dulac 9 run (Devlin kick) 

Boys’ soccer
Evan Farr scored a hat trick and had an assist for Saratoga Springs in a 7-1 Suburban Council win against Troy. Aidan Rice also finished with a hat trick for the Blue Streaks. 

Tamarac edged Stillwater 2-1 in Wasaren League action. Alex Bassey and Xander Gliosco each had a goal for Tamarac. Jack Rubinstein scored for Stillwater. 

Schalmont and Mohonasen played to a 0-0 tie in a Colonial Council game. Tyson Hallberg made three saves for Mohonasen. Ryan Taylor made four stops for Schalmont. 

Amsterdam beat Fonda-Fultonville 4-1 in a non-league game. Dwight Rose scored a hat trick and Kevin Vargas had a goal for the Rams. Tyler Sweet scored for Fonda-Fultonville. 

Glens Falls edged Galway 1-0. Seth Davis scored the game-deciding goal in the 29th minute off an assist from Mitchell Skellie. 

Bay Lar, Eh Pwe Soe and Hay Htoo all scored two goals for Bishop Maginn in a 6-3 win over Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons. Connor Barber finished with a hat trick for Bishop Gibbons. 

Girls’ soccer
Schoharie defeated Johnstown 4-1 in non-league action. Katie Krohn scored three times and Meghan Krohn had three assists for Schoharie. Jacquelyn Sullivan also added her first varsity goal. Jenna Thompson scored for Johnstown. 

Field hockey
Alyssa Fitzgerald led Queensbury with two goals in a 3-0 Foothills Council win against Glens Falls. Christina Hand also scored while Emily Korniak contributed two assists for Queensbury. 

Taryn Ringer scored four goals and tallied two assists for Johnstown in an 8-0 non-league win over Emma Willard. Maddie Etherton added two goals and Emma Fiore and Kalena Eaton both scored a goal and had an assist. 

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake beat Section III’s Liverpool 3-0. Izzy Adams, Erin McClernan and Emma Mitchell scored for Burnt Hills. 

Cross country
Saratoga Springs’ Noah Flanders finished first at the Galway Cross Country Invitational with a time of 15:38. With three finishers in the top 10, including Dawson Tooker in third place, Saratoga won the boys event at Bob’s Tree Farm. 

Colonie finished in second place and Albany Academy took third place. Nick Graziano finished in second place for Albany Academy with a time of 15:42.

Colonie placed four in the top 10 to win the girls’ race at the Galway Cross Country Invitational. Kathryn Tenney finished second, Sophia Bisognano finished third, Lillian Moran finished fourth and Madison Stealey finished sixth. 

Greenville’s Tess Fitzmaurice had the fastest individual time at 17:48. Greenville took second place at the invitational. 

Evan Ensslin took home individual honors in the boys’ 4,828-meter run at the South Glens Falls Killian Invitational at Moreau Recreational Park.

Saranac Lake had four runners in the top 10 to win the event. Shenendehowa finished second and Guilderland finished third. 

Kaleigh Higgins and Leoni Griffin of Shaker finished in first and second place in the Girls 4828 Meter Run at the South Glens Falls Killian Invitational. Shaker finished in first place. 

Burnt Hills boys’ cross country finished third at the McQuaid Invitational. Saratoga finished sixth, Shenedehowa finished eighth and Niskayuna finished 10th. Marty Dolan set a school record for Niskayuna with a final time of 14:59.0. 

The Niskayuna and Shenendehowa girls’ cross country teams finished fourth and fifth respectively at the McQuaid invitational. Liyat Kebbede had the highest finish at sixth place for Niskayuna with a time of 17:50.8. 

La Salle Institute finished third in the small school division of the EJ Hermman Invitational in Utica. Gitch Hayes finished in sixth place with a time of 18:01. 


Teams: Saratoga 44, Colonie 74, Albany Academy 90, Stillwater 100, Greenville 123, Fonda-Fultonville 136, Galway 186, Corinth 221, Granville/Whitehall 236, Schoharie 236.
Individuals: Flanders (Sara), 15:38; Graziano (AA), 15:42; Tooker (Sara), 15:52; Yusaitis (Still), 16:02; Hada (AA), 16:22. 
Teams: Colonie 26, Greenville 64, Albany Academy 84, Corinth 102, Fonda-Fultonville 135, Galwa 145, Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 204, Schoharie 204, Granville/Whitehall 219. 
Individuals: Fitzmaurice (Green), 17:48; Tenney (Colo), 17:49; Bisognano (Colo), 18:38; Moran (Colo), 19:21; Parnell (Cor), 19:26. 


Teams: Saranac Lake 41, Shenendehowa 58, Guilderland 110, Schuylerville 137, South Glens Falls 155, Broadalbin-Perth 181, Albany 208, Voorheesville 230, Lake George 234, Hadley-Luzerne 234, North Warren-Johnsburg 267, Rensselaer 289. 
Individuals: Ensslin (V), 15:46.02; Olden (NW), 15:46.65; Catania (SL), 16:12.20; Gray (SL), 16:13.94; Leininger (SGF), 16:18.14.
Teams: Shaker 41, Guilderland 53, Albany 109, Columbia 113, South Glens Falls 170, Emma Willard 180, Saranac Lake 186, Broadalbin-Perth 202, Voorheesville 206, Lake George 265, North Warren-Johnsburg 281, Ekmw 309. 
Individuals: Higgins (Shak), 18:14.28; Griffin (Shak), 18:23.09; Moxon (C), 18:58.36; Penna (A), 19:03.08; Cusato (G), 19:04.94. 

Coaches: To report scores and highlights from high school games, send results to [email protected] Submissions accepted daily until 10:30 p.m.

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