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High School Roundup: Patriots prevail in girls' lacrosse

High School Roundup: Patriots prevail in girls' lacrosse

Schafer scores four goals, Ortiz records nine saves for Schenectady/Mohonasen
High School Roundup: Patriots prevail in girls' lacrosse
CCHS' Adrianna Scaringe, left, and Schenectady/Mohonasen's Matti Swan battle for the ball on Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber

Samantha Schafer scored four goals, and Angelica Ortiz made nine saves to lift Schenectady/Mohonasen over Catholic Central 10-7 in a non-league girls’ lacrosse game Friday.

Anna Blanchfield and Elizabeth Tchako both notched three goals for the first-year merged Schenectady/Mohonasen team, which bounced back from Tuesday’s 8-7 loss at Amsterdam. Claudia Fountain scored three goals for the Crusaders.

Taryn Ringer had five goals and six points, and Ally Queeney had four goals and five points as Johnstown beat Amsterdam 21-4 in a Foothills Council game. Queeney reached 100 career points, and Johnstown went to 5-0.

NON-LEAGUE

SCHENECTADY/MOHONASEN 10, CATHOLIC CENTRAL 7
CCHS    3 4— 7
S/M    5 5—10
CCHS scoring: Fountain 3-0, Casale 1-0, Doemel 1-0, Scaringe 1-0, Koberger 1-0. Schenectady/Mohonasen scoring: Shafer 4-0, Blanchfield 3-0, Tchako 3-0.
Goalkeepers: CCHS, Pratt, 9 saves. Sch’dy/Mohon, Ortiz, 9 saves.


FOOTHILLS COUNCIL


JOHNSTOWN 21, AMSTERDAM 4
Johnstown    12 9—21
Amsterdam     1 3— 4
Johnstown scoring: Hollister 4-0, Lee 2-0, Etherton 2-3, Fleming 2-0, Ringer 5-1, Tesi 2-1, Queeney 4-1, Fitzgerald 0-1, Memrick 0-2. Amsterdam scoring: K. Hoefs 2-0,
S. Hoefs 2-0, Troche 0-1.
Goalkeepers: Johnstown, Manchester, 12 saves. Amsterdam, Kilgallen, 11 saves.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

Jake Palmer clicked for five goals, and Ian Owens contributed four goals and two assists to help Voorheesville beat Maple Hill/Ichabod Crane 12-2 in a Wasaren League game.

Tai Ryan scored both goals for MH/IC.

Voorheesville    2 3 6 1 — 12
MH/IC    0 1 0 1 —  2
Voorheesville scoring: Palmer 5-0, Owens 4-2, Hanlon 0-4, Jones 1-2, Jekis 1-0, Barringer 1-0. Maple Hill/Ichabod Crane scoring: Ryan 2-0.
Goalkeepers: Voorheesville, O’Connor, 5 saves, Feck, 3 saves. Maple Hill/Ichabod Crane, Randall, 8 saves.

BASEBALL

Dylan Custer went 3-for-3 with four runs scored, Ross Garrow went 2-for-2 with a home run and four runs scored and Nick Winslow added a double and single with an RBI as Saratoga Central Catholic beat Stillwater 11-0 in a Wasaren League game. Caden Awad got the win with six innings of two-hit ball.

Jacob Popiel went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBI, and Matt Wertman went 3-for-5 with three runs scored and an RBI in Mechanicville’s 15-11 Wasaren League win over Tamarac. Jacob LaFountain and Chris Ciccarelli both had two hits and an RBI for the Red Raiders. Dalton Maxon, Jake Danaher and Tristan Nemjo homered for Tamarac and combined for eight hits.

Waterford-Halfmoon scored all of its runs in the sixth inning, and Michael Talavera hurled a six-hitter in a 3-0 victory over Hoosic Valley. Mike Castracani had a double and single for the Fordians, and Jake Houle and Hunter Guertin had RBIs.

Robert Erno pitched a one-hitter with seven strikeouts, and Kyle Fortin’s first-inning RBI single stood up as Columbia edged Shaker 1-0 in a Suburban Council game. TJ Strevell had three hits for Columbia and Erno added two. Julian Thompson doubled for Shaker.

Ryan McKenna pitched a three-hitter, and Paul Montesanti had two singles to lift Colonie over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 7-1.

Christian Kondo went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI, and Nate Chudy went 2-for-3 with two RBI as Saratoga Springs topped Albany 9-5.

Tim Schaffer picked up two hits and two RBI, and Jacob Hand delivered three hits as part of Niskayuna’s 13-11 win over Troy. Tom Harkin had two hits for Troy, which scored nine times in its final at-bat after Sam Morra went the first six innings without allowing an earned run.

Mason Steward’s eighth-inning sacrifice fly gave Guilderland a 3-2 win over Ballston Spa. Evan Fox hit an RBI single for the Scotties.

Avery Pascucci allowed four hits over seven innings, drove in a run, scored a run and stole a base to lead Averill Park over CBA 3-0.

Derek Hotzler went 4-for-4 with a double and two RBI, and Donovan Pacatte went 3-for-3 with four RBI to spearhead Cobleskill-Richmondville’s 12-0 Colonial Council win over Watervliet. Tyler Bouregard had two of Watervliet’s three hits, including a double.

Ethan Drinon and Quin Barton both had two hits, and Drinon knocked in three runs as Schoharie beat Mayfield 17-4 in a Western Athletic Conference game.

Joey Matala gave up two hits, and Christian Baaki went 3-for-3 with a double, an RBI and three runs as Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons beat Duanesburg in five innings 13-0 to improve to 4-0 in the WAC (6-1 overall). Nick Kownack had four RBI for ND-BG, and Anthony Vicinanzo and Jacob Trombley both had three RBI.

Grant Laustrup hit a two-run home run, and Cooper Danskin hit a solo homer in Lansingburgh’s 12-2 non-league win against Holy Trinity. 

WASAREN LEAGUE

SARATOGA CATHOLIC 11, STILLWATER 0
SCC    302 303 — 11 9 5
Stillwater    000 000 —  0 2 2

MECHANICVILLE 15, TAMARAC 11
Mechanicville    021 020 (10) — 15 10 3
Tamarac    200 500   4 — 11 13 1

WATERFORD-HALFMOON 3, HOOSIC VALLEY 0
Hoosic Valley    000 000 0 — 0 6 2
W-H    000 003 x — 3 3 1

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

COLONIE 7, BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 1
BH-BL    001 000 0 — 1 3 2
Colonie    101 041 x — 7 6 0

SARATOGA SPRINGS 9, ALBANY 5
Albany    000 032 - — 5  8 0
Saratoga    205 110 x — 9 12 4

NISKAYUNA 13, TROY 11
Troy    020 000 9 — 11  7 4
Niskayuna    113 233 x — 13 12 5

GUILDERLAND 3, BALLSTON SPA 2 (8)
Ballston Spa    000 010 20 — 2 3 0
Guilderland    000 002 01 — 3 8 3

COLUMBIA 1, SHAKER 0
Columbia    100 000 0 — 1 9 1
Shaker    000 000 0 — 0 1 3

AVERILL PARK 3, CBA 0
Averill Park    200 100 0 — 3 5 1
CBA    000 000 0 — 0 4 3

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

SCHOHARIE 17, MAYFIELD 4
Schoharie    (10)52 00 — 17 8 2
Mayfield    310   00 —  4 2 4

NOTRE DAME-BISHOP GIBBONS 13, DUANESBURG 0
Duanesburg    000 00 —  0  2 3
ND-BG    553 0x — 13 10 3

NON-LEAGUE

LANSINGBURGH 12, HOLY TRINITY 2
Holy Trinity    020 000 x —  2 8 6
Lansingburgh    411 222 x — 12 3 1

SOFTBALL

Alexa Junco went 2-for-4 with four RBI, Lindsey Dobbs went 2-for-4 with two RBI, and Myaisha Kelly went 2-for-4 with a home run as Colonie defeated Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 9-1 and improved to 3-0 in the Suburban Council. Kristen Langdon went 3-for-4 with a double to pace the Spartans.

Megan McMahon drove in three runs with a triple and double, and Ang Stile drove in three runs with a homer and single as Ballston Spa beat Guilderland 11-6. Ana Gold also had three RBI after hitting a double and single for the Scotties, and Julia Russell had three hits and an RBI. Kendall Rafferty had a pair of three-run homers for Guilderland.

Karley Duda had three hits and two RBI, and Ryleigh Haynes had two hits and two RBI to carry Troy past Niskayuna 8-4. 

Haley Nash homered, and Aurora Lagace collected two doubles and two singles as part of Bethlehem’s 25-1 win over Schenectady.

Lily McCauliffe struck out 10 and hit a three-run home run, and Eliza Jordan hit a grand slam to power Greenwich past Hoosick Falls 15-3 in a Wasaren League game. Marissa Landry had two singles for Hoosick Falls.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

TROY 8, NISKAYUNA 4
Troy    100 052 0 — 8 11 2
Niskayuna    000 130 0 — 4  8 3

COLONIE 9, BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 1
BH-BL    000 001 0 — 1 5 4
Colonie    005 103 x — 9 9 2

BALLSTON SPA 11, GUILDERLAND 6
Ballston Spa    002 045 0 — 11 16 2
Guilderland    003 003 0 —  6  9 1

WASAREN LEAGUE

GREENWICH 15, HOOSICK FALLS 3
Hoosick Falls    000   030 —  3  5 6
Greenwich    10(10) 004 — 15 10 3

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