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High schools: Burnt Hills beats Albany in girls' soccer

High schools: Burnt Hills beats Albany in girls' soccer

Thursday's high school roundup
High schools: Burnt Hills beats Albany in girls' soccer
Burnt Hill-Ballston Lake’s Annabelle Morrison, right, and Albany’s Uwamahoro Muhorakeye battle for the ball Thursday.
Photographer: Erica Miller/Gazette Photographer

In a Suburban Council girls’ soccer matchup, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Albany 1-0.

Annabella Morrison scored the first-half goal for Burnt Hills. Sophia Goldsmith had eight saves for Albany. 

Niskayuna defeated Saratoga Springs 3-0. Olivia Piraino scored two goals and contributed an assist for Niskayuna, while Mikayla Bechtel scored the other goal for Niskayuna. Maddy Hesler also contributed an assist for Niskayuna.  

Columbia defeated Schenectady 3-0. Goals were scored by Shayna Lenney, Alexa Dean-Banks,  and Meghan Sambrook. Stefanie Simkins and Kaiden Ring each contributed assists for Columbia.

Grace Hotaling scored twice in Bethlehem’s 3-0 triumph over Ballston Spa. Katie Hotaling had the other Bethlehem goal.

In a Colonial Council matchup, Albany Academy defeated Cobleskill-Richmondville 4-2 in overtime. Albany Academy led 2-0 at halftime and ended regulation in a 2-2 tie. Albany Academy had three goals from Mia Milliken and one from Sarah Richardson. 

Schalmont defeated Ichabod Crane 9-0. Sofia Cassano, Davia Rossi, and Jules Monlea each contributed a goal and an assist, Eden Messener, Isabella Amoroso, Kasey Dillenbeck, Isabella Almodovar, and Teghan Older all scored a goal for Schalmont. Kelly Sanders, Ashley Cirilla, Sophia Pasquarella, and Simone Cassano all contributed an assist for Schalmont.  

In a Foothills Council matchup, Broadalbin-Perth defeated Amsterdam 4-1. Brooke Bush had two goals, Alayna Preston had a goal and an assist, Kacie Corcuera scored a goal and Rose Barnhart contributed two assists for B-P. Deli Figeuroa scored for Amsterdam. 

Boys’ Soccer 
In a Suburban Council game, Saratoga Springs defeated Niskayuna 2-0. Evan Farr scored off a penalty kick, and Aidan Rice scored the other goal for Saratoga. 

Albany defeated Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 2-1 in overtime. Marcelo Fazio scored the regulation goal for Albany, while Ethan VanVorst scored for Burnt Hills. Mohammed Yehia scored the overtime goal for Albany.

Noah Fagnani had a hat trick as the Schoharie beat Canajoharie 6-3 in the Western Athletic Conference. Skyler Jankowski contributed a goal and assist, and Ethan Drinon had three assists. Jacob Nowalk scored twice for Canajoharie.

Girls’ Volleyball 
In a Suburban Council match, Niskayuna beat Saratoga Springs 25-11, 25-15, 25-19. Stefana Stan had 18 kills, Sophie Sacco had four blocks, and two kills, Katie Atchinson had 23 assists, and Molly Mason had 14 digs for Niskayuna. Emmy Krum had 15 assists, Summer Schumacher had four kills and two blocks, Kaylie McKissick had four kills and three digs, and Abby Claeson had five digs for Saratoga.

Averill Park defeated Troy 25-20, 25-18, 25-14. Kelsey Wood led Averill Park with eight kills, and Jackie Borland contributed seven kills. Jenna Miler had 25 digs and three aces for Averill Park. For Troy Jenalyse Alarcon had five kills and five digs, while Nadia Brown had 12 digs. Sophia DiNova had 15 digs and two kills. 

Shenendehowa defeated Colonie 25-13, 25-9, 25-9. Ashley Lavigne had seven service points and 26 assists, Olivia DeBortoli had five service points, two aces, 11 kills and four blocks, Izzy Burns had 15 service points, five aces and eight digs and Payton Zophy had four service points, four kills and eight digs for Shen. Jenny

Mueller had six kills and two blocks, Hailey Wood had 13 digs, one kill and an ace for Colonie. With the win. Shen improves to 13-3 overall, and 13-1 in the Suburban Council. 

Guilderland defeated Shaker 25-13, 25-19, 25-20. Nicole McGrath had seven kills, five digs, and three blocks, Amber Nunziato had six kills, and two blocks, Morgan Manning had 16 assists, one ace, and three digs, and Peyton Legg had four aces and 10 assists for Guilderland. Samantha Hardwick had eight kills and nine digs, Marissa Burke had 12 assists and six digs, and Tia Snyder had 16 digs and six points for Shaker. 

Columbia defeated Schenectady 25-14, 25-14, 25-10. Kendra Lavenia had 15 digs, Thalia Maynor had five digs, Marisa Gannon had eight assists and five digs, Gelmajony Marrero Martinez had seven kills and five digs, and Savannah Petersen had 10 digs for Schenectady.

Ballston Spa beat Bethlehem 25-17, 24-26, 25-20, 25-22. Anna Pikey had eight blocks and 10 kills, Megan McMahon had five aces, nine kills, 26 assists, Paige Davis had 13 digs and Trinity Kelsey had 15 kills for Ballston Spa. 

In a Colonial Council game, Mohonasen defeated Schalmont 25-9, 25-22, 25-17. Breanna Lott had six kills, one block and four aces, while Bryannah Green had four kills, eight aces and 17 assists for Mohonasen. With the win Mohonasen improves to 13-0. 

Lansingburgh defeated Ichabod Crane 25-19, 25-23, 22-25, 25-19. Camryn O’Hara had seven aces and 24 assists, Monica Kownack had 12 kills and Katie Jerominek had 16 digs for Lansingburgh.  

In a Western Athletic Conference game, Duanesburg beat Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville 25-14, 25-21, 25-23. Kenidee Oare had one ace, four kills, three assists, and one dig, Shaina Golladay had four aces, four kills, four assists, and three digs, Fontana LaCoppola had five aces, five kills, one block, and two digs, Meadow Arduini had three aces and an assist, and Hannah Ouderkirk had three aces for OESJ. Sophia Loukides had four kills and four service points for Duanesburg, Victoria Passonno had 11 service points, six aces, five kills, and three blocks, and Annabelle Rieseler had 10 service points, six aces, and three kills. 

Galway defeated Mekeel Christian Academy 25-10, 25-19, 25-17. Lindsay Zawisa had 13 kills, 15 points and four aces, Emma Smith had eight kills and 10 assists and Katy Kurtzner had 10 points and 22 digs for Galway. Sophia Armao had six service points, two aces, three kills, seven assists and five digs and Keely Lagon had three service points, three aces and four kills for Mekeel. With the win, Galway captured the WAC league title by going 10-0 in the league and improving to 11-0 overall. 

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons beat Canajoharie/Fort Plain 25-15, 25-18, 25-13. Anna Dobkowski had seven service points and 15 digs, Cassy Ryan had six service points, four digs and four kills, Jailene Santiago had seven service points and four kills and Sarah Malinowski had 10 service points and three kills for NDBG. 

Field Hockey 
In a Foothills Council matchup, Scotia-Glenville beat Queensbury 2-0. Lia Dicarlo had a goal and an assist, Emma Malone scored a goal and Sage Plemenik contributed an assist for Scotia-Glenville. With the win, Scotia-Glenville has officially finished second in the Foothills Council. 

Glens Falls defeated Gloversville 5-1. Haylee Girard scored two goals, and Lexi Cutter and Felicity Williams each scored a goal and contributed two assists for Glens Falls. Mattie Benway scored the other goal for Glens Falls. Sidney DeMagistris scored the lone goal for Gloversvile. 

Johnstown defeated South Glens Falls 6-0. Emily Fleming had two goals one assist, Taryn Ringer and Maddie Etherton each contributed a goal and an assist, Kalena Eaton scored the remaining goal for Johnstown. Abbey Hollister also contributed an assist for Johnstown. With the win, Johnstown finished the regular season 12-0 in the Foothills and 16-0 overall. 

In an Adirondack/Wasaren League game, Hoosick Falls defeated Corinth 6-0. Lillian Hickey scored three goals and contributed an assist, Catherine Kennedy scored two goals and Emma McCart scored the final goal for Hoosick Falls. Ayla Fauler and Emily Schnoop each contributed an assist for Hoosick Falls. 

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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