Friday, May 14, 2010

'Burgh boys finish perfect season in Colonial Council

ALBANY -- The Lansingburgh High boys track and field team reached perfection on Thursday.
Alney Tobias, Aaron Fuller and Terrance Kemp each won two individual events to spark the Knights to victories over Cohoes and Ravena in a Colonial Council meet to finish unbeaten in league dual-meet competition.
Lansingburgh, which concludes its dual meet schedule at 9-0, improves to 58-2 over six seasons.
Tobias won the 800- and 1,600 meter runs to spark the Knights, finishing in 2:04.5 and 4:34, respectively. He also anchored the winning 1,600 and 3,200 relay teams.
Fuller prevailed in the 110 high hurdles (16.71 seconds) and the 400 intermediate hurdles (1:06.6), while Kemp won in the long jump (19 feet-5¼ inches) and the triple jump (41-2).
Lansingburgh out-distanced Cohoes, 108-33 and Ravena, 85-56.
Albany Academy sweeps Colonial meet: Jelani Currie won four events to pace the host Cadets to Colonial Council victories over Schalmont and Cohoes.
Currie won the 110 high hurdles (16.49), the long jump (20-5¼), triple jump (46-1½) and the high jump (6-0).
Academy bested Schalmont, 99-41, and Cohoes, 99-42.
Andrew McMillan won the 200 dash (24.1) and 400 (52.93) to pace Cohoes, which defeated Schalmont, 72-62.
Schenectady takes two in Big 10: Colby Peterson (shot put, discus) and Korey Tillman (long jump, triple jump) each won two individual events to pace the Patriots to victories over host CBA and Bishop Gibbons in a Big 10 meet.
Tyler Banks (110 high hurdles, 400 hurdles) and Derrick Pitts (200, 400) each won two events for Gibbons.
Schenectady out distanced CBA, 103-70, and Bishop Gibbons, 90-78; while Bishop Gibbons beat CBA, 109-70.

Girls Track and Field
Suburban Council meet at Averill Park: Averill Park’s 4x100 meter relay team (Emily Rebehn, Meghan Harrington, Ashlee Scofield and Eden Zietler) set a school record of 51.12 seconds, but Saratoga Springs posted team victories over the Lady Warriors and Ballston Spa.

Boys Lacrosse
Troy 12, Lansingburgh 5: Nic Capano scored five goals for the Flying Horses in a non-league victory over the Knights.
CBA 17, Schenectady 7:
Zach Baron fired in seven goals to propel the Brothers to victory to claim their seven consecutive Big 10 championship.
Carter Sherman and Andrew Jensen each tallied three goals and an assist for CBA (7-0, 10-4) and Vince Medici scored three goals.
Goalie Shane Hans made 10 saves to secure the win for the Brothers.
Sam Hartz paced the Patriots (4-2, 6-8) with five goals.

Girls Lacrosse
Schuylerville 20, Emma Willard 8: Courtney Pierce scored seven goals to lead the Black Horses to the victory.
Francesca Gundrum scored four goals and Sarah Ohanesian added three for the Jesters.

Tamarac 14, Hoosic Valley 4: Tegan Fox singled three times and drove in five runs to spark the Bengals to a Wasaren League win to provide coach Sam Fitzgerald with his 200th coaching victory.
Kayla VanAlystne tripled and singled and Missy Urkevich chipped in with a double and single for Tamarac (3-8, 6-10).
This is the second season at Tamarac for Fitzgerald, who coached the previous 11 campaigns at Wasaren League foe Schuylerville.
Morgan Anderson tripled and singled for the Indians (6-6, 8-7).
Schuylerville 1, Stillwater 0: Megan McEachron drove home Stephanie Ostrander with the game-winning run for the Black Horses.
Mikayla Wells struck out 13 for Schuylerville.
Mikayla Moore struck out nine in the loss for the Warriors.
Catholic Central 12, Amsterdam 1: Maddie Coneys spun a one-hitter as the Crusaders rolled to a Big 10 victory.
Coneys recorded her fourth one-hitter of the season for Catholic Central (8-1, 13-3).
The Crusaders broke through by scoring 11 runs in the first inning as the Rams walked 12 batters in the opening frame.
Hannah Kutny paced CCHS by singling twice and driving in two runs and Kirstan Buchan singled twice and doubled.
Lansingburgh 8, Holy Names 7 (8): Sarah Cipperly’s sacrifice fly drove home Meg Volz as the Knights (7-4, 9-6) posted the victory.
Cipperly finished with three hits and three RBI for Lansingburgh and Volz had three hits and scored three runs.
Jackie Murphy had three hits for Holy Names.
Columbia 7, Guilderland 0: Jena Servidone struck out six and scattered just five hits in the circle for the Blue Devils (11-3, 15-3).
Brittany Hart had two hits and three RBI for Columbia.
Cari Balough had two hits for the Dutchmen (6-8, 7-10).
Averill Park 1, Mohonasen 0: Lauren Hagerty tossed a no-hitter, while striking out 13 for the Warriors (5-9).
Molly Fryer tripled home the game’s only run in the second inning.
Bethlehem 3, Colonie 0: Toni Edwards struck out 10 and knocked in a run for the Eagles (11-3, 15-3).
Shelbie Ballard went 2-for-2 with a RBI for Bethlehem.
Casey Rowland struck out 12 in the circle for the Garnet Raiders.
Shenendehowa 8, Ballston Spa 1: The Plainsmen (14-0, 18-0) remained unbeaten with a solo home run from Marlin Solano.
Waterford 10, Emma Willard 8: Andrea Strohmeier had three hits and drove in two runs and Katie McGreevy and Alex Vincent each drove in a run for the Fordians (11-2, 11-3).
Hannah Bower hit a home run and drove in five runs for the Jesters (3-9).


Troy 5, Catholic Central 2: Steve Ziter doubled, singled and drove in two runs for the Flying Horses (10-3, 10-4) in a Big 10 baseball victory over the Crusaders (6-6, 8-6).
Troy’s Mason Duncan added two singles and an RBI, while Matt Krogh chipped in with an RBI double.
CCHS’ Bradley Adams’ RBI single in the fifth inning was the Crusaders’ first hit. Mike McFerran, who pitched for CCHS, added an RBI double at the plate.
Watervliet 8, Ravena 3: Pat Ebenhoch doubled, singled and knocked in three runs to pace the Cannoneers (4-9, 4-12) to victory in the Colonial Council.
Will McMullen belted a two-run home run for the Indians (2-10, 2-12).
Voorheesville 8, Cohoes 1: Anthony Scaccia pitched a complete game for the Blackbirds (6-6, 9-7) and added a two-run double in the first inning.
Mike Chiseri hit a RBI single in the first inning and a two-run single in the second inning, while Colin McVee had two hits and stole four bases for Voorheesville.
Schalmont 1, Cobleskill 0: Joe Amorosi’s no-hitter was broken up in the seventh inning, but he did finish with eight strikeouts for the Sabres (12-1, 14-3).
Shaker 7, Saratoga 5: Connor Mahan was 4-for-5 with a RBI and Derek Gardella added two hits and two RBI for the Blue Bison (11-3, 13-3).
Matt Coleman drove in two runs for the Blue Streaks (9-5, 10-7).
Guilderland 16, Columbia 13: Matt Zanotta hit two home runs for the Dutchmen (8-6, 9-8), who slugged their way to a Suburban Council victory over the Blue Devils (6-8, 6-10).
Nick Keefe and John Stanley hit home runs for Columbia.
Averill Park 9, Mohonasen 0: Greg Hotaling had three hits for the Warriors (7-7, 8-9) in the victory.
George Beaudoin finished with a double for the Mighty Warriors (0-14, 0-15).
Colonie 3, Bethlehem 0: The Garnet Raiders (9-5, 12-6) got a complete game, two-hitter and 12 strikeouts from Chris Kalica in the victory.
Shenendehowa 20, Ballston Spa 4: Brandon Galluppi doubled, singled and drove in five runs to pace the Plainsmen to a Suburban Council triumph.
Branden Cogswell slugged a two-run home run, doubled and singled for Shen (13-1, 13-1). Brian Guilder homered and singled twice for the Scotties (2-12, 2-14).
Greenwich 3, Hoosick Falls 2: Tony Giroux singled home pinch runner Derek Rogers in the top of the seventh to give the Witches (8-3, 12-4) the victory over the Panthers (8-3, 10-4).
Ryan Beck had led off the inning with a single.

Boys Tennis
Class AA
Queensbury 5, Shaker 4: The Blue Bison got victories from doubles team of Brian Enright and Youchan Cho and Anthony Cosgrove and Zach Burke, but it wasn’t enough.
Class A quarterfinals
Albany Academy 5, Glens Falls 2: Stefan Kuhar and Chris Savo won at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, respectively, to lead the Cadets to victory to advance to the Class A sectional semifinals.
Burnt Hills 7, Averill Park 0: The Spartans swept the Warriors to advance to the Section II Class A semifinals.
Ichabod Crane 6, La Salle 1: Bryan McGovern won in three sets at No. 1 singles to spark the Riders to victory in a Class A quarterfinal match. Taylor McGowan recorded the lone victory for the Cadets.
Class B quarterfinals
Granville 4, Schalmont 3: Joey Lea won at No. 2 singles to spark the Golden Horde to a first-round victory in Class B.
Class C/D semifinals
Maple Hill 7, Lake George 0: The Wildcats won easily to advance to the finals Friday at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maple Hill Boys also finished a perfect season in the Patroon conference.

May 14, 2010 at 12:16 PM 

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