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High schools: Schenectady, Shenendehowa win Warrior Track titles

High schools: Schenectady, Shenendehowa win Warrior Track titles

Saturday's high school sports roundup
High schools: Schenectady, Shenendehowa win Warrior Track titles
Amsterdam’s Antonio Reyes competes in the high jump during the Warrior Track and Field Classics Saturday.
Photographer: Erica Miller

Schenectady won the boys’ team championship and Shenendehowa secured the girls’ title at Saturday’s Warrior Track and Field Classic at Niskayuna High School.

Schenectady’s Adrian Sanders won the boys’ field athlete of the meet on the strength of winning the discus throw and shot put, while New Rochelle’s Jesse Parson was track athlete of the meet after winning the 200 dash and 110 hurdles.

Amsterdam’s Lauren Santiago was named the girls’ track athlete of the meet after winning the 200 and 400 dashes, while Shenendehowa’s Chidera Anameze and Chidalu Anameze shared the field athlete of the meet honor. Chidera Anameze won the shot put and came in second in the discus throw, while Chidalu Anameze won the discus and came in second in the shot.

Schenectady edged second-place Columbia 65-63 for the boys’ championship, while Shenendehowa totaled 114 points to outpace second-place New Rochelle’s 96.5 for the girls’ team victory.

WARRIOR TRACK AND FIELD CHALLENGE
BOYS

Team scores: Schenectady 65, Columbia 63, Colonie 59, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 54, New Rochelle 37, Scotia-Glenville 35, Niskayuna 30, Bethlehem 30, New Hartford 28, Mohonasen 24, Guilderland 24, Taconic Hills 20, Saranac 20, Queensbury 17, Amsterdam 14, Pittsfield 6, Wahconah 1.
100 — Hermance (Colo) 10.82; 200 — Parson (NR) 22.13; 400 — Jeffes (SG) 50.86; 800 — Gobel (BHBL) 1:59.11; 1,500 — Ragone (Nisk) 4:06.23; 3,000 — Berg (BHBL) 8:4690; 110 hurdles — Parson (NR) 14.27; 400 hurdles — Duffield (Sara) 56.06; 400 relay — Colonie (Hubbard, Kemp, Hermance, Young) 42.98; 1,600 relay — Guilderland (Tingle, Soldevere, Igweike, Nieves) 3:26.57; 3,200 relay — Columbia (Donohue, Kromer, Nova, Chambers) 8:17.89; High jump — Harris (Mohon) 6-4; Pole vault — Levasalmi (Beth) 12-10; Long jump — Wheeler (Colu) 21-0.25; Triple jump — Weinstein (Colu) 44-7.75; Shot put — Sanders (Sche) 48-7; Discus throw — Sanders (Sche) 139-6.
GIRLS
Team scores: Shenendehowa 114, New Rochelle 96.5, Niskayuna 95, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 54, Amsterdam 46.5, Mohonasen 41.5, Mount Greylock 23, Bethlehem 21, Queensbury 12, South Glens Falls 10, Taconic Hills 4, Scotia-Glenville 3, Schenectady 3, Wahconah 2, Ausable Valley 1, New Hartford  0.5.
100 — Genus (NR) 12.24; 200 — Santiago (Amst) 25.69; 400 — Santiago (Amst) 57.41; 800 — Jada Dennis (Shen) 2:16.66; 1,500 — Graham (BHBL) 4:46.61; 3,000 — Jade Dennis (Shen) 10:28.36; 100 hurdles — Odenigbo (NR) 14.92; 400 hurdles — Wise (Nisk) 66.33; 400 relay — Niskayuna (Doriski, Wise, Koes, West) 49.52; 1,600 relay — Burnt Hills (Graham, Vendetti, Torres, Paolino) 4:05.61; 3,200 relay — Niskayuna (O’Connell, Shiang, Smith, Hesler) 9:51.44; High jump — Seaman (SGF) 5-0; Pole vault — Racana (Mohon) 10-6; Long jump — Ross (MG) 17-4; Triple jump — Schaffer (Shen) 35-10.5; Shot put — Chidera Anameze (Shen) 37-2.5; Discus throw — Chidalu Anameze (Shen) 126-3.
CBA/LA SALLE RELAYS
BOYS

Team scores: Ballston Spa 102.5, Colonie 102, Johnstown 72, Green Tech 71, CBA 63.5, Albany 56, La Salle 54, Catholic Central 28, Galway 27, Voorheesville 25, Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 22.
200 — Garcia-Gonzales (GT) 23.63; Mile — Hayes (L) 4:33.54; 2,000 steeplechase — Anderson (BS) 6:47.38; 400 relay — Green Tech (Johnson, Garcia-Gonzales, Barry, Musa) 45.84; 800 relay — Green Tech (Barry, Drew, Musa, Garcia-Gonzales) 1:34.84; 1,600 relay — Johnstown (Mills, Hayes, Boyle, Stover) 3:39.19; 3,200 relay — Albany (Eveleth, Bayewu, Martinelli, Gallagher) 8:46.44; 6,400 relay — Ballston Spa (Anderson, Garland, Hansen, Guerin) 19:02.27; Sprint medley — Ballston Spa (Gibson, Fletcher, Hughes, Washington) 3:54.48; Distance medley — Ballston Spa (Halbohm, Hansen, Anderson, Garland) 11:50.74; 440 hurdles — La Salle (Wainman, Whalen, O’Leary, Bourgault) 1:17.51; 1,200 hurdles — Ballston Spa (Hansen, Mull, Gaudin) 3:27.35.
High jump — Colonie (Flanagan, Canty, Robinson), 16-8; Pole vault — Colonie (Cardone, Kemp, Robinson) 28-9; Long jump — Colonie (Gansle, Davis, Francis) 51-2 3/4; Triple jump — Colonie (Siding, Akuoko, Davis) 114-3; Shot put — Johnstown (VanAernam, Orsell, Warner) 106-1; Discus — Johnstown (VanAernam, Orsell, Warner) 293-0.
GIRLS
Team scores: Saratoga Springs 150, Albany 77, Colonie 67, Ballston Spa 58, Holy Names 52, Galway 48, Johnstown 47, Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 46, Voorheesville 36, Catholic Central 30.
200 — Duchaussee (SS) 26.56; 1,500 — DeMars (BS) 4:48.85; 2,000 steeplechase — DeMars (BS) 7:01.20; 400 relay — Saratoga Springs (Anderson, Clarke, Carmenucci, Duchaussee) 51.1; 800 relay — Holy Names. (Bell, McCarthy, Vogel, Stallmer) 1:52.47; 1,600 relay — Colonie (Masse, Fields, Frankenfield, Duffy) 4:19.65; 3,200 relay — Saratoga Springs (von Ahn, Knott, Tesla, Vishneowski) 10:51.99; 6,400 relay — Saratoga Springs (Knott, Tesla, M. Wheeler, S. Wheeler) 21:40.51; Sprint medley — Holy Names (Stallmer, McCarthy, C. Vogel, I. Vogel) 4:23.31; Distance medley — Saratoga Springs (Kurtz, Chmiel, Mongan, Rando) 11:44.02; 400 hurdles — Saratoga Springs (Anderson, Clarke, Joyce, Powers) 1:13.76; 1,200 hurdles — Saratoga Springs (Harchenski, Levy, Powers) 3:53.66.
High jump — Saratoga Springs (Evans, Anderson, Joyce) 14-0; Pole vault — Saratoga Springs (Ryan, DeMeo, Vanhorne) 24-6; Long jump — Ravena (Jones, Anderson, Hotaling) 40-1.25; Triple jump — Saratoga Springs (Ryan, Evans, Clarke) 91-2; Shot put — Saratoga Springs (Duchaussee, Wilson-Barrow, Park) 78-5; Discus — Saratoga Springs (Duchaussee, Wilson-Barrow, Park) 242-1.
MAPLE HILL INVITATIONAL
BOYS

Team scores: Maple Hill 138, New Paltz 125, Broadalbin-Perth 74, Ichabod Crane 53, Rensselaer 31, Fort Plain/OESJ 27, Cobleskill-Richmondville 25, Tamarac 22, Cambridge 15, Schoharie 8, Salem5, Duanesburg 2, Middleburgh 2.
100 — Seabury (IC) 11.6; 200 — Roberts (MH) 23.3; 400 — Yorke (C-R) 52.27; 800 — Goca (R) 2:00.9; 1,600 — Goca (R) 4:29.1; 3,200 — Linares (NP) 10:29.1; 110 hurdles — Jacobs (MH) 15.5; 400 hurdles — Gooden (NP) 58.4; 400 relay — Maple Hill (Kulpa, Roberts, Pomykaj, Steffeck) 45.8; 1,600 relay — New Paltz (Fariello, Meluso, Altman, Gooden) 3:35.9; 3,200 relay — New Paltz (Tamarchenko, Kniffen, Linares, Ayala) 8:44.3.
High jump — Bellenchia (IC) 5-6; Pole vault — Brown (NP) 12-0; Long jump — Kulpa (MH) 19-11; Triple jump — Baker-Porazinski (Cam) 40-8 3/4; Shot put — Coddington (B-P) 47-11; Discus — DeJong (B-P) 126-11.
GIRLS
Team scores: Maple Hill 107, Broadalbin-Perth 65, Ichabod Crane 57, Rensselaer 55, Duanesburg 38, Cobleskill-Richmondville 35, Cambridge 34, Cairo-Durham 32. New Lebanaon/Berlin 30, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 29, Albany Academy 21, Tamarac 15, Schoharie 4, Salem 2, Middleburgh 2, Fort Plain/OESJ 1.
100 — Benn (IC) 12.6; 200 — Benn (IC) 26.8; 400 — Pearsall (MH) 1:04.3; 800 — Headwell (Cam) 2:29.5; 1,500 — Atanasova (D) 5:04.1; 3,000 — Atanasova (D) 11:22.6; 100 hurdles — Boham (IC) 15.2; 400 hurdles — Boham (IC) 1:10.1; 400 relay — Rensselaer (Davies, Graham, Brown, Nelson) 53.3; 1,600 relay — Maple Hill (Tuttle, Bennett, Malchow, Pearsall) 4:30.6; 3,200 relay —Maple Hill (Misiaszek, Pusateri, Basile, Tuttle) 10:49.9.
High jump — Pearsall (MH) 5-0; Pole vault — Tyler (B-P) 10-0; Long jump — Chamberlain (C-R) 17-6 1/2; Triple jump — Pugliese (MH) 35-6 1/4; Shot put — Ryder (NL/B) 30-0; Discus — Ryder (NL/B) 120-3.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

Drew Collins scored six goals in a 17-14 non-league win for Niskayuna against Lakeland, while Griffin King added three goals and six assists. Finn McCullough added a goal and three assists, while Dan Brownell, Jurgen Bach and Gabe Nish each added two scores.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake scored a 21-2 Suburban Council win against Albany with JD Townsend leading the way with six goals. In victory, Caden LaPietro had three goals and an assist, Ty McHerron registered two goals and four assists, and Gordy Adams, Jackson Bach and Ryan Salisbury each added two goals apiece.
Liam Ferris had three goals and an assist in Bethlehem’s 13-5 victory over Guilderland.

NON-LEAGUE
NISKAYUNA 17, LAKELAND 14

Lakeland    5 2 3 4 — 14
Niskayuna    3 3 5 6 — 17
Lakeland scoring: Mason 1-1, Nolan 3-1, Bryan 1-1, Lavicaitis 2-1, Thompson 1-1, Davoli 3-1, Cummins 1-0, Macar 0-1, Walsin 2-0. Niskayuna scoring: McCullough 1-3, Brownell 2-0, King 3-6, Collins 6-0, Bach 2-0, Nish 2-0, Behrman 1-1.
Goalies: Lakeland, Verririo, 9 saves. Niskayuna, D’Alliard, 12 saves.
SUBURBAN COUNCIL
BURNT HILLS-BALSLTON LAKE 21, ALBANY 2

Albany    1  1 0 0 —  2
Burnt Hills    9 10 2 0 — 21
Albany scoring: Eligberg 1-0, Delaney 1-0. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake scoring: Comely 1-0, Townsend 6-0, McHerron 2-4, LaPietro 3-1, Adams 2-0, Agoney 1-0, Salisbury 2-1, Bach 2-2, Grasso 1-0, Criscone 1-0, Manning 0-1, Sheedy 0-1.
Goalies: Albany, Trippone, 7 saves. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lak, Serafini, 2 saves; DiMichele, 4 saves.
BETHLEHEM 11, GUILDERLAND 5
Bethlehem    1 1 5 4 — 11
Guilderland    1 2 1 1 —  5
Bethlehem scoring: L. Ferris 3-1, Riley 2-2, Roang 2-0, Camol 2-0, Barnes 1-0, D. Ferris 1-0, Canova 0-1, Cariton 0-1, Carrol 0-1. Guilderland scoring: Macchiarella 2-0, Jacobson- 1-1, Tyksinski 1-0, Broomhall 1-0, Lia 0-1, Cardinal 0-1.
Goalies: Bethlehem, Stento, 12 saves. Guilderland, Partick Kelty, 13 saves.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Lindsay Ayres scored six goals to lead Bethlehem to an 18-14 Suburban Council win against Guilderland. Mae Healy added three goals in the win. For Guilderland, Amanda Nieman and Lauren Thompson each had five goals.
MK Lescault had five goals and three assists in a 26-1 win for Burnt Hills against Albany. Allie Connelly had six goals.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
BETHLEHEM 18, GUILDERLAND 14

Guilderland    6 8 — 14
Bethlehem    11 7 — 18
Guilderland scoring: Thompson 5-0, Miller 1-0, A. Nieman 5-0, J. Golderman 3-0. Bethlehem scoring: Wise 2-2, Healy 3-0, Ayres 6-0, Gregory 1-0, Halliday 1-0, Riker 1-0, Jones 0-2, McGrath 2-0, Burdick 1-1, Murray 1-0.
Goalies: Guilderland, Mooney, 10 saves. Bethlehem, Koch, 2 saves; Isenberg, 5 saves.
BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 26, ALBANY 1
Burnt Hills    18 8 — 26
Albany    0  1 —  1
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake scoring: Blesi 4-2, Fitzgerald 4-1, Szczepaniak 2-1, Lescault 5-3, Connelly 6-1, McClernan 0-2, Adams 1-3, Boone 1-0, Comley 2-1, Sullivan 0-1, Rabbit 1-0. Albany scoring: Powell 1-0.
Goalies: Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Stone, 1 save. Albany, Cassella, 5 saves; Serrano, 2 saves.

BASEBALL

Ballston Spa cruised to a 16-2 Suburban Council win against Columbia as both Evan Fox and Donovan Rhoden hit home runs, with Rhoden’s blast coming with the bases loaded. Fox added a pair of doubles and had three total RBIs. For Columbia, Ryan Strevell hit a home run.

In the Western Athletic Conference, Schoharie won 18-6 against Canajoharie. Shane Helmstadt slugged two home runs for Schoharie and struck out a dozen batters while allowing two earned runs in six innings.

Jack Mardsen had two doubles among his four hits as Broadalbin-Perth beat Duanesburg 11-3. B-P also won a non-league game over Hoosic Valley 9-8 in eight innings. Brodryk Benton had a triple, double, two singles and three RBIs for B-P.

In non-league action, Queensbury topped Schalmont 9-4. Queensbury’s Jason Rodriguez had two hits and two RBIs, while Jack Sylvia tripled and walked three times. Ryan Brown had two hits and an RBI for Schalmont.

Fort Plain won 15-3 against Herkimer. Troy Butler had four singles, three RBIs and scored three runs to lead Fort Plain, while each of Brady Fureno and Taylor Gifford had two hits and two RBIs. Zach Reid and Bryce Thibodeau each had a single and two RBIs.

Voorheesville won 14-2 against Fonda-Fultonville. Kellen Chowenhill and Joey Saia each had two hits for Voorheesville, while Nick Angelo, Chowenhill and Mason Wight each had two RBIs. For Fonda, Cade Kearns and Brady Myles each had two hits.

Holy Trinity won 8-5 against Berne-Knox-Westerlo to secure coach Dave Bestle’s 300th career win. Paul Barber had a two-run home run and earned the win, while Caiden Larsen had a double, two singles and two RBIs for BKW, and Jacob Flower had two doubles.

Dante Marin had three hits and two RBIs to help Saratoga Central Catholic beat Schuylerville 9-3 in the championship game of the Phil Waring Memorial Tournament. In the first round, Schuylerville won 12-2 against Corinth. Schuylerville’s Paul Harshbarger had three hits and two RBIs, Ryan Yandow had a pair of hits and three RBIs. Spa Catholic won 12-5 over Glens Falls behind four RBIs each from Dylan Custer and Terel Tillman.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
BALLSTON SPA 16, COLUMBIA 2

Columbia    000 200 0 —  2  6 6
Ballston Spa    153 403 x — 16 14 1
WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
SCHOHARIE 18, CANAJOHARIE 6

Schoharie    301 383 — 18 17 1
Canajoharie    050 010 —  6  8 4
BROADALBIN-PERTH 11, DUANESBURG 3
Duanesburg    000 111 0 —  3  5 6
B-P    100 262 x — 11 10 0
NON-LEAGUE
QUEENSBURY 9, SCHALMONT 4

Schalmont    000 201 1 — 4 3 3
Queensbury    322 200 x — 9 7 1
FORT PLAIN 15, HERKIMER 3
Herkimer    020 01 —  3  9 0 
Fort Plain    603 6x — 15 14 0
VOORHEESVILLE 14, FONDA-FULTONVILLE 2
Voorheesville    410 405 — 14 10 1
Fonda    101 000 —  2  7 4
HOLY TRINITY 8, BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 5
HT    201 200 3 — 8 11 2
BKW    310 001 0 — 5  8 4
BROADALBIN-PERTH 9, HOOSIC VALLEY 8 (8)
Hoosic Val.    300 203 00 — 8 12 3
B-P    102 122 01 — 9 12 2
PHIL WARING MEMORIAL
TOURNAMENT
Championship
SARATOGA CENTRAL CATHOLIC 9, SCHUYLERVILLE 3

Schuylerville    100 100 1 — 3 11 2
Spa Catholic    520 002 x — 9 12 0
Semifinals
SCHUYLERVILLE 12, CORINTH 2

Schuylerville    126 03 — 12 11 0
Corinth    000 02 —  2  1 3
SARATOGA CENTRAL CATHOLIC 12, GLENS FALLS 5
Glens Falls    000 110 3 —  5 11 3
Spa Catholic    220 332 x — 12 14 0

SOFTBALL

Kylee Rickard secured MVP honors as Canajoharie won the Mudville Tournament with a 7-6 win against Unatego in eight innings that followed an 8-1 win against Lansing. Against Unatego, Mackenzie Bowerman and Sam Keaney each had two hits, while Bowerman had two RBIs. Against Lansing, Rickard had three hits and two RBIs, and Bowerman had three hits. 

Shenendehowa won a pair of non-league games. Sophia Caputo and Jenna Rivers each two-run homers in the Plainsmen’s 7-4 win over Kellenberg Memorial. Caputo and Payton Zophy each belted three-run shots in a 12-0 triumph over Archbishop Molloy.

MUDVILLE TOURNAMENT
CANAJOHARIE 8, LANSING 1

Canajoharie    022 004 0 — 8 12 0
Lansing    001 000 0 — 1  4 2
CANAJOHARIE 7, UNATEGO 6 (8)
Canajoharie    102 000 22 — 7 8 2
Unatego    010 121 01 — 6 8 0
NON-LEAGUE
SHENENDEHOWA 7, KELLENBERG MEMORIAL 4

Shenendehowa    110 021 2 — 7 10 3
KM    202 000 0 — 4  8 3
SHENENDEHOWA 12, ARCHBISHOP MOLLOY 0
AM    000 000 —  0  5 3
Shenendehowa    303 204 — 12 13 2

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