Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Saratoga girls top Colonie at Suburban champs; local roundup

Kyle Plant lifts off during competition in the long jump at the 2010 Suburban Council girls track and field championships at South Colonie High School Wednesday. (Photos by Mike McMahon - The Record).

COLONIE -- Sophomore Kyle Plante won three events (100-meter dash, 400 hurdles, long jump) to spark host Colonie High to a second-place finish. Saratoga Springs finished first in the team competition for the seventh straight season.

Also for the Garnet Raiders, junior Tehresa Coles won two individual events (discus, shot put) and sophomore Cassidy Keane won three events to win the pentathlon competition.

For all the results, please click here to read them on the fantastic:

Saratoga Springs senior Madalayne Smith runs the 100 meter dash during Wednesday's Suburban Council championships. She led the Blue Streaks to the team title.

Mechanicville 8, Ravena 2: The Mechanicville softball team just continues to win.The Red Raiders remained unbeaten in the Colonial Council with an 8-2 victory over Ravena on Wednesday.
Mechanicville (13-0, 17-2), the champion of the Patriot Division, travels to Cohoes (12-1, 13-3), the Liberty Division champs, for the Colonial title game on Friday at 4 p.m.
Anna Arceneaux hit a home run and two singles for the Red Raiders, while Alysa Russell had three singles and a triple. Catie Vishneowski hit a two-run double for the Indians (6-7, 9-9) in the seventh inning.
Voorheesville 5, Lansingburgh 3: Amanda Gatt and Kelsey DeZalia each had two singles and scored twice for the Blackbirds (6-7 league).
Meg Volz knocked a double for the Knights (8-5, 11-8).
Maple Hill 8, Greenville 2: Maggie Miller tossed a complete game for the Wildcats (7-7, 9-8) and went 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored at the plate.
Lauren Aitken and Bri Roe each added two hits and Aitken drove in three runs for Maple Hill.
Loudonville Christian 13, Waterford 2: Alex Rollis struck out 10 in the circle as the Eagles (13-2) posted an impressive CHVL victory.
Katherine English drove in three runs for Loudonville Christian and Stephanie Zaloom added three singles and two RBI. Katie McGreevy drove in one run for the Fordians (12-3, 12-4).
Bethlehem 4, Guilderland 3: Sammy Smaldone drove in Mikayla Shade with the game-winning run in the seventh inning to give the Eagles (13-3, 17-3) the Suburban Council South Division title.
Smaldone finished 2-for-3 with two RBI.
Schenectady 12, Bishop Gibbons 2: Sophomore Samantha Mahoski hit a home run in her first career varsity game for the Patriots, who also got two singles and a triple from catcher Alexa Lawyer. Amanda Methe hit a triple and a double for the Knights.


Watervliet 8, Lansingburgh 3: Dan Nittinger tossed a complete game and struck out eight for the Cannoneers (7-9, 7-12).
Brandon Legault had two hits and three RBI for Watervliet, while Ryan Manning hit three singles. The Knights (12-3, 12-7) have lost back-to-back Colonial games.
Mechanicville 7, Ravena 3: Josh Coreno hit a solo home run and Andrew Morizio drove in two runs with a single for the Red Raiders (11-4, 13-5).
Sam DeCelle also had two hits for Mechanicville.
Andrew Brozowski drove in two runs for the Indians (2-13, 2-17).
Albany Academy 3, Cohoes 1 (8): Albee Daley went 2-for-3, including the game-winning double in the top of the eighth for the Cadets (9-6, 11-6).
Ted Smallwood struck out 10 on the mound for Academy.Tyler Giller, Paul Billings and Kyle Derepentigny all had two hits for the Tigers (3-12, 4-13).
Voorheesville 9, Cobleskill 3 (5): Ryan Duncan pitched the Blackbirds (8-7, 11-8) to the rain-shortened victory and also drove in three runs, while Mike Young had three hits, scored three runs and drove in a run.
Shaker 7, Burnt Hills 6: Rich Hendrickson tripled in two runs in the top of the seventh inning to lead the Blue Bison to a come-from-behind Suburban Council victory over the Spartans (8-8, 12-8).Andrew Lasky added a triple for Shaker (13-3, 15-4).
Niskayuna 8, Ballston Spa 5: Alex Melius hit a home run and both Brandon Lamar and Pat Zilberman each had two hits in the victory for the Silver Warriors (9-6, 11-6).
Bethlehem 3, Guilderland 1: John Morrill pitched a complete game and struck out nine as the Eagles (4-12, 5-13).
Saratoga 9, Shenendehowa 5 (8): Luke Fauler and Kyle Wilmont each had two hits as the Blue Streaks (10-6, 11-8) posted the victory. Colin Grande and Brandon Galluppi each drove in two runs for the Plainsmen (14-2, 15-3), who clinched Suburban North Division.
Albany 4, Bishop Maginn 1: Steve Richards pitched a two-hitter, striking out 14 Golden Griffins in a Big 10 Conference victory for the Falcons.

Girls Lacrosse
Niskayuna 23, South Glens Falls 3: The Silver Warriors cruised back into the Class B championship game with a big victory.
Richie Assini and Emily Ryan each scored four goals and Kayla Treanor finished with three goals and six assists for Niskayuna.

Boys Lacrosse
Cambridge 9, Schuylerville 5: Kyle Thomas, Thomas Hemmerling, Schuyler Saunders and Brady LaBarron scored two goals apiece for the Indians (1-5, 3-12) in to post their first Wasaren League victory.

From Tuesday
Boys Lacrosse
CBA 7, La Salle 5: Andrew Jensen tallied two goals and an assist and Cameron Fisher scored twice as the Brothers finished undefeated in the Big 10.
Goalie Shane Hans made 11 saves for CBA (8-0, 12-4). Shawn Quinn finished with 10 stops for the Cadets (5-3, 8-7).
Shenendehowa 14, Saratoga 3: Tim Coll scored four goals and added an assist and goalie Bobby Wardwell made 19 saves as the Plainsmen won to wrap up their Suburban Council campaign.
Connor Arnold chipped in with three goals and an assist and Mike Jenkins contributed a goal and three assists as Shen (12-1, 15-1) secured at least a share of the North Division title.

Track and Field
Colonial Council Championships: The Albany Academies swept the boys and girls Colonial Council championships held at Lansingburgh.
The Lansingburgh boys finished in second place, 13 points behind the Cadets.
Watervliet’s Melique Garcia won the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.66 and he also won the 200 meter dash in 22.94.
In girls action, Lansingburgh’s Aziza Gamble won the 200 meter dash (26.95). Cohoes’ Meisha Lewis won the 400 meter hurdles (1:08.68) and the 100 meter hurdles (16.54).

Shenendehowa's Sarah Osaheni competes in the triple jump Wednesday afternoon at South Colonie High School. The Lady Plainsmen placed third as a team.

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