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High schools: Schalmont boys' soccer downs Cohoes

High schools: Schalmont boys' soccer downs Cohoes

Wednesday's high school sports roundup
High schools: Schalmont boys' soccer downs Cohoes
Schalmont’s Ryan Edwards collides with Cohoes goalkeeper Jordan Prouty during Wednesday’s Section II Class B boys’ soccer game.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber/Gazette Photographer

In a Section II Class B boys’ soccer game, Schalmont defeated Cohoes 4-0.

Dom Scalice scored two goals, Zach Metzold scored a goal, Dylan Martin scored a goal, and Matt Horwedel contributed an assist for Schalmont. 

Cobleskill-Richmondville defeated Hudson Falls 2-0. Jack Pryor and Gregor Hotaling each scored a goal for Cobleskill. 

Schuylerville defeated Hudson 4-1. Jared Everleth scored two goals, and Mike Lanfear and Ian Winchell each scored a goal for Schuylerville. Abid Ali scored the goal for Hudson. Schuylerville will host Voorheesville on Friday night. 

Anthony Carlucci scored three times, and Giovanni Gomez added two goals as Ichabod Crane defeated Glens Falls 5-0.

Jack Pryor had a goal and an assists as Cobleskill-Richmondville beat Hudson Falls 2-0. Greg Hotaling had the other Cobleskill-Richmondville goal.

In a Class A, Ballston Spa defeated Troy 4-2. Ethan Waters scored two goals, Michael Robyck scored a goal and contributed an assist, Ian DeFilippis scored a goal, while Liam O’Connell and Devin Duttine contributed an assist for Ballston Spa. 

Scotia-Glenville defeated Lansingburgh 4-0. Jared O’Connor scored all four goals for Scotia-Glenville. Julian Aldi, Aidan Nichter, and Dylan Lonergan had one assist apiece for Scotia-Glenville. With the victory, Scotia-Glenville advances to play Queensbury on Friday. 

Girls’ Soccer 
Stefanie Simkins scored in overtime to give Columbia a 2-1 victory over Albany in the Section II Class AA tournament. Emma Boyagian had the other Blue Devils’ goal.

In a Class D play, Mekeel Christian Academy defeated Heatly 6-2. Michaela Van Slyck scored three goals, and Mia Biscossi, Bella Biscossi and Madison Show each scored a goal for Mekeel. Bella Harrigan, Olivia Bowman, Bella Biscossi, Jo Galarneau and Michaela Van Slyck each contributed an assist for Mekeel. 

Girls’ Volleyball  
In a Suburban Council matchup, Niskayuna beat Troy 25-21, 25-13, 25-15. Molly Mason had 14 digs, four aces, Katie Atchinson had 16 assists, four aces, Stefana Stan had nine kills, one block, Cat Schiavi had three kills and four aces for Niskayuna. Nadia Brown had 15 digs, Sophia DiNova had 11 digs, two kills, one block, and Jenalyse Alarcon had five kills and two aces for Troy. 

Shenendehowa defeated Albany 25-4, 25-11, 25-10. Maddy Frutchey had 14 kills, Ashley Lavigne had 17 service points, five aces, 23 assists, Olivia DeBortoli had 10 kills, five blocks, Izzy Burns had nine service points, three aces, 20 digs, and Katie Greene had eight kills for Shen. With the win Shen improves to 13-1 in the Suburban Council and 16-3 overall. 

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Colonie 25-12, 25-9, 25-10. Carlie Rzeszotarski had 11 kills and five aces, Grace Isaksen had 13 digs, and Claire Isaksen had 22 assists for Burnt Hills. Paige Canter had two kills, Izzy Carosi had two kills, and Hailey Wood had seven digs and a kill for Colonie. With the win Burnt Hills improves to 14-0 in the Suburban Council and 21-1 overall. 

Guilderland defeated Ballston Spa 25-16, 18-25, 25-16, 25-18. Katherine Psoinos had five kills, two assists, and a block, Peyton Legg had 17 assists, four aces, four digs, 16 service points, Nicole McGrath had eight kills, three blocks, two aces, Sandy Eldeiry had six digs, 11 service points, two aces, Anna Davidson had six kills and a block, Kendra LeBel had four kills and five blocks, Amber Nunziato had 12 kills, Morgan Manning had 16 assists, and Gabby Gallacchi had 15 digs and an ace for Guilderland. Megan McMahan had 22 assists, Anna Pilkey had seven kills, 10 blocks, three aces, and Angelina Stile had six digs for Ballston Spa. 

Averill Park defeated Saratoga 25-16, 25-19, 25-14. Emma Burdick had six kills, and Kelsey Wood had eight kills and three aces for Averill Park. Marley Hawthorne had five digs, and Emmy Krum had eight assists and a dig for Saratoga. 

In a Foothills Council matchup, Broadalbin-Perth defeated Amsterdam 25-10, 25-7, 25-16. Casey Brown had 11 kills, two aces, and 11 service points, Lily Mitchell had 20 assists, one block, and an ace, and Kassey Cassella had five digs, seven service points, and an ace for Broadalbin-Perth. Leidy Ortiz-Rivera had five kills and four blocks, and Adriana Santiago had five assists for Amsterdam. 

Johnstown defeated Gloversville 25-21, 25-22, 25-18. Janay Douglas had 13 kills, 13 digs, and two blocks, Macenzie Ward had seven kills, 10 digs, five points, five aces, and three blocks, Zoe Petrie had 15 digs, 14 points, and four aces, Amber Tesi had nine kills, and Sadie Blowers had 13 digs for Johnstown. Aireana Muhlberger had 11 assists, 10 digs, and three kills, Maddy Avery had 15 digs and four kills, and Macey Salvione had nine kills and nine digs for Gloversville. With the win Johnstown improves to 8-4 in the Foothills Council and 9-4 overall. 

In a Wasaren League matchup, Tamarac defeated Mechanicville 25-14, 25-10, 25-18. Francesca DiScanio had nine digs, two kills, Brionnna Daniels had six digs, Bella Realbuto had 14 service points and five aces, and Kerianne Bugbee had 16 service points and four kills for Tamarac. Taylor Grayson had five points and six kills, and Cialeigh Lyons had five points and nine assists for Mechanicville. With the win Tamarac improves to 8-6 in the Wasaren League and 9-6 overall, while Mechanicville falls to 8-5 in the Wasaren League and 10-5 overall. 

Stillwater defeated Saratoga Central Catholic 23-25, 27-25, 25-19, 25-21. Kyleigh Frank had six blocks and eight kills, Chloe Farr had 11 kills, 13 service points, and five digs, and Skylar Brennan had 16 assists and 18 service points for Stillwater. Elise Browell had seven service points, 19 assists, Kennedy Murphy had six service points, nine kills, and five digs, MaryClare Pikus had two kills, seven digs, and a block, and Grace O’ Reilly had 15 service points, seven aces, and nine kills. With the win Stillwater improves to 12-2 in the Wasaren League, 14-2 overall, while Saratoga Central Catholic falls to 12-2 in the Wasaren League and 13-3 overall.  

Field Hockey
In a Class C Quarterfinal matchup Johnstown defeated Salem-Cambridge 9-1. Taryn Ringer had three goals and an assist, Maddie Etherton had two goals and two assists, Kalena Eaton had one goal and two assists, while Emily Fleming and Sarah Pratt each scored a goal, and Anna Lee scored a goal and contributed an assist. Blake Riche scored the lone goal for Salem. With her first goal of the second half Taryn Ringer broke Johnstown’s single season goal record which previously stood at 39 goals. The previous record was held by Ashley Dona set in 2012. Taryn now has 41 goals on the season. With the win Johnstown improves to 17-0 overall and will face Schuylerville in the semifinals next Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Knox Field. 

Hoosick Falls defeated Granville 6-0. Catherine Kennedy scored two goals, Lillian Hickey scored two goals, Emma McCart scored a goal, Dezah Weierbach scored a goal, and Emily Schoop contributed an assist for Hoosick Falls. With the win Hoosick Falls remains unbeaten at 17-0 overall and 12-0 in the Wasaren League. 

In a Class C sectional quarterfinal game Schuylerville defeated North Warren 2-0. Chloe Kapsa and Izzy Reitano Stayer each scored a goal, while Brooke Thomas and Lainey Koval each contributed an assist for Schuylerville. 

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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