Sunday, October 31, 2010

Local roundup, Sat., Oct. 30

STILLWATER -- Chatham received 204 rushing yards on 17 carries from Josh Keyes, who scored four total touchdowns in the Panthers (9-0) 48-14 Section II Class C semifinal victory at Stillwater High School.
Chatham, the South Division’s No. 1 seed, owned a plus-five differential in turnovers, recovering four Greenwich fumbles and intercepting one pass.
Ian McGrath added four receptions and 89 receiving yards for Chatham. Three of McGrath’s catches found him in the end zone.

Class D
Rensselaer 33, Whitehall 22: The Rams overcame an early 7-0 deficit to claim a quarterfinal round victory at Schuylerville High School. Tom Collins returned a 65 yard punt for a score to put Rensselaer on the board. Phil Sayers followed that with an 80 yard touchdown run before catching a 17 yard touchdown pass from Tim Foust.
Josh Hoagland rushed for three Whitehall touchdowns.
Cambridge 33, Fort Edward 6: The No. 1 seeded Indians clinched a Super Bowl berth against No. 2 Rensselaer with a victory over No. 4 Fort Edward Saturday at Schuylerville.
The Class D Super Bowl will be played Friday at Schuylerville at 7 p.m.

Coxsackie-Athens 48, Cairo-Durham 34: Cairo quarterback Kevin Hunt completed 18 of 40 passes for 354 yards and five touchdowns in a crossover loss.
Indians quarterback Kyle Humphrey was 12 of 18 passing for 297 and three touchdowns. Cairo’s Andrew Dreste gained 217 yards receiving.
Granville 23, Mechanicville 0: The Golden Horde compiled 325 yards of total offense behind Codi Scribner’s 164 yards on 30 carries and one touchdown in a crossover win. Jamie Hicks rushed for scores from nine and eight yards out for Granville.
The Red Raiders were held to just 17 yards rushing in the first half.

Girls Soccer
Class B
Chatham 5, Mechanicville 4: The No. 7 seeded Panthers stunned defending Section II champion Mechanicville, the No. 2 seed, in a Section II Class B quarterfinal round game. Cailey Nieto scored two goals and set up another while Caroline Connor added a goal and two assists for the Tigers. Abby Maiello accounted for three Mechanicville goals.
Mechanicville held leads of 3-2 and 4-3 in the second half, but Chatham roared back for the upset.
Hoosick Falls 2, Broadalbin-Perth 1: Grace Delurey and Meg McKee scored goals for the No. 4 seeded Lady Panthers in a Section II quarterfinal victory over the Patriots.
Maple Hill 3, Greenville 0: Meegan Arno contin¬ued her torrid goal scoring pace with all three goals for the unbeaten No. 1 seed Wildcats (18-0) in a Section II quarterfinal victory over the Spartans. Arno’s hat trick extended her school-record goal total to 55 this season.
Maple Hill goalie Elizabeth Briggs made three saves. Greenville keeper finished with four stops.
The Wildcats will play No. 4 Hoosick Falls in a Section II Class B semifinal game Wednesday at Stillwater High School at 7 p.m.
Schuylerville 2, Hoosic Valley 0: Courtney Pierce set up both goals with assists to lead the Black Horses, who lost to Hoosic Valley twice in the regular-season, in the Class C semifinals.
Marissa McCarthy and Gabby Capobianco scored for Schuylerville, which lost to Hoosic Valley, 5-4 and 3-1 in Wasaren League games.
Schuylerville goalie Brianna Miller made nine saves. Samatha Carlo finished with nine saves for Hoosic Valley (14-3-1).

Class A
Burnt Hills 2, Ichabod Crane 0: Jillian Beatty and Emily Nikolski scored a goal each for the Spartans (13-4-0) in a quarterfinal round tilt. Alicia Mink made 22 saves in net for the Jesters.
Scotia-Glenville 1, Lansingburgh 0: The No. 5 Lady Knights were eliminated in a Section II Class A quarterfinal game at No. 4 Scotia-Glenville.
South Glens Falls 6, Glens Falls 0: The Bulldogs topped their rival in a Section II Class A quarterfinal.
Schalmont 3, Queensbury 0: The Sabres advanced to the Class A semifinals against South High with a victory over the Spartans.

A South Glens Falls soccer player attempts to corral the ball during Saturday's victory over archrival Glens Falls in sectional competition. (Photo courtsey The Saratogian).

Class D
Northville 3, Bolton 0: No. 1 Northville advanced to the Section II championship game.
Fort Ann 3, Heatly 0: The No. 3 seeded Hornets were eliminated by No. 2 Fort Ann.

Boys Soccer
Class A
Ichabod Crane 1, Burnt Hills 0: The No. 1S Riders won a quarterfinal round contest.
Scotia-Glenville 2, Mohonasen 0: The No. 1N Tartans advanced.
South Glens Falls 3, Schalmont 2: The No. 3N Bulldogs advanced to a Class A semifinal against Foothills Council rival Scotia.

Class B
Chatham 1, Cohoes 0 (OT): Ryan Mackerer scored the game-winning goal in overtime on a crossing pass from Will McEachern as the No. 12 seeded Panthers upset No. 4 Cohoes.
Hoosick Falls 1, Cairo-Durham 0: P.J. Priore registered the only goal to lead No. 11 Hoosick Falls in a stunning quarterfinal upset over No. 3 Cairo-Durham.

Class C
Fort Plain 2, Waterford 1: The No. 8 Toppers advanced to the semifinal round on penalty kicks, 4-2 after upsetting Class C’s No. 1 Fordians. The match was tied at one and was decided by penalty kicks after two scoreless overtime periods.

Class D
New Lebanon 1, Northville 0: Mike Gavrity scored off a feed from Ben Cassavaugh for New Lebanon in the quarterfinal round victory.

Cross Country
Suburban Council Championships: Burnt Hills senior Otis Ubriaco completed Saratoga State Park’s 3.04-mile course in 14:55.82 for first place. The Spartans finished with 82 team points for second place.
Sam Place was second in 14:58.65 for Saratoga, which finished third with 89 team points. Christian Delago finished in third place in 15:06.67 for Shaker, which was first with 41 team points. Columbia freshman Kyle Gronostaj came in fourth in a time of 15:21.48 and Marshall Pagano of Niskayuna rounded out the top five, posting a time of 15:22.72.
Shenendehowa’s Lizzie Predmore won the girls race in 17:08.15 while Saratoga captured six of the top ten spots led by Keelin Hollowood’s second place finish (17:10.18) and Sydney King’s third place finish (17:33.45). The Blue Streaks compiled 20 team points for first place and the Plainsmen were second with 74 team points.

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