Thursday, October 14, 2010

Local roundup, Thurs., Oct. 14

(Throughout the fall season, I'll be posting the local roundup as soon as it starts to trickle in every night. It will be updated as we received more scores).

ALBANY — Add another championship banner to the Maple Hill High School gymnasium.
The Maple Hill girls tennis team posted a 5-2 victory over Voorheesville Thursday afternoon in the Section II Class C/D title match at Albany Academy.
Erin Duffy, Katherine Zink, Caitlin Beebe and Nikki Cassidy won singles matches and Taylor Wood and Heather Dugan combined to win a doubles match for the Wildcats.
The Section II individual tennis tournament begins Tuesday morning at Central Park in Schenectady.
#1 Erin Duffy (MH) def Armine Kurkjan (V) - 6-3, 6-2
#2 Katherine Zink (MH) def Jill Clarke (V) - 6-3, 6-4
#3 Caitlin Beebe (MH) def Veronica Peltz (V) - 6-2, 6-2
#4 Farrell Brenna (V) def Seema Bhaskar (MH) - 3-6, 7-5, 16-14 (super tie breaker)
#5 Nikki Cassidy (MH) def Malarie McGinnis (V) - 6-3, 6-1
#1 Taylor Wood/Heather Dugan (MH) def Jorie Mcleod/Jen Brosseau (V) - 6-4, 3-6, 6-3
#2 Chloe Siegel/Mackensie Karlsfeld (V) def Emily Bonin/Hope Tobin (MH) - 6-3, 6-1

Class AA
Shaker 5½, Guilderland 3½: Cat Crummey won at No. 1 singles 6-4, 6-4 to help lead the Blue Bison to the Class AA semifinal victory.
Class B
Ichabod Crane 6, Schalmont 1: The Riders swept all five singles matches en route to a Section II team title.

Girls Volleyball
Voorheesville 3, Fonda 0: The Blackbirds (12-0) remained unbeaten with a three-game sweep.
Ellier Wagner had 11 service points and Mariel McGinnis added nine kills and eight digs for Voorheesville.
Ichabod Crane 3, Lansingburgh 0: The Riders (7-4) got nine kills from Jenna Smith and six more from Alicia Raznousky.
Alisse McGrath had four service points and three kills for the Knights.
Schalmont 3, Albany Academy 1: Emily Matuszak, Katie Desmond and Christine McBride combined for a whopping 51 service points as the Sabres (7-5) posted the victory.
Juliann Heigel added seven kills for Schalmont.
J’vanay Santos and Alexis Gould combined for seven kills for the Bears (1-11).
Bethlehem 3, Mohonasen 1: The Eagles (11-2, 12-2) topped the Mighty Warriors in Suburban Council action by games scores of 25-16, 25-8, 27-29 and 25-11.
Jaci Oskam paced Bethlehem with four service aces, 13 kills and two blocks.
Guilderland 3, Colonie 1: The Lady Dutch (8-5) dropped the first game, but won the next three to drop the Garnet Raiders (4-9).
Quincy Kinzel 15 kills for Guilderland.
Stephanie Reinhardt had six kills for Colonie.

Girls Soccer
Columbia 0, Averill Park 0 (OT): No goals in this Suburban Council matchup as the Blue Devils and Warriors played to a draw.
Shenendehowa 3, Burnt Hills 1: The Plainsmen scored twice in the first half, enough to hold off the Spartans in a Suburban Council matchup.
Bethlehem 5, Mohonasen 0: Tara Teal had two goals and two assists and Kristina Maksuti added two tallies to lead the Eagles to the shutout win.
Albany Academy 3, Fonda 0: Emily Lloyd, Lizzy Robinson and Talia Rockmore each scored for the Bears (9-3-0) in the Colonial Council victory.
Bridget Malicki and Emily Downie added assists.
Ashley McDuffey made 15 saves for the Braves.
Ravena 5, Cohoes 1: Lindsey Millett scored three goals to lead the Indians to a win in the Colonial Council.
Amber DellaRocco scored the lone goal for the Tigers.
Cobleskill 7, Watervliet 0: Ali Thompson scored four goals and Morgan Loder added two for the Bulldogs.
Beatrice Lease made 18 stops in goal for the Cannoneers.
Ichabod Crane 4, Holy Names 0: Alex Armstrong scored twice and Mariela Jacome added a goal and an assist for the Riders (5-4-0).
Berlin 7, Rensselaer 1: Tegan Shumway scored four goals and Maria Gordon added two more as the Mountaineers cruised to victory.
Katie Kopaskie scored for the Rams.
Troy 3, Amsterdam 0: Liisi Vink-Lainis assisted on all three goals by Morgan Avery in a Big 10 victory for the Flying Horses.
Briana Sorriento made six saves in net for Troy.

Boys Soccer
Cambridge 6, Granville 0: Barry Linendoll recorded a hat trick to lead the Indians (5-4-2) to the Wasaren win.
Zack Bates, Greg Goldstone and Robert Wojtkun also scored for Cambridge.
Waterford 2, Loudonville Christian 1: Joe DelGuidice went upper 90 late in the second half to give the Fordians (10-0-0, 11-2-0) the victory and keep them unbeaten in CHVL play.
Peter Guenette also scored for Waterford.
Eric Hudspath scored the lone goal for the Eagles (4-4-0, 7-4-0).
Troy 5, Amsterdam 0: The Flying Horses did it again, posting their 11th straight shutout to open the 2010 season.
Brandon Wilson scored three goals and assisted on another for Troy (10-0-0, 11-0-0), which has yet to allow a single goal this season.
Bobby Strang made two saves in net to preserve the shutout for Troy.
Catholic Central 5, La Salle 2: Giacomo Giglio scored two goals and added two assists for the Crusaders in the Big 10 victory.
Justin O’Brien also scored twice and Tyler Hickey added a goal and two assists for Catholic Central.
Kyle Reilly scored both goals for the Cadets and Ben Beaury made eight saves in goal.
Bishop Gibbons 3, CBA 0: Kevin Ly scored all three goals in the game to give the Knights the shutout victory.
Guilderland 1, Colonie 0: Nick Luorno scored his first goal of the season and it proved to be the game-winner on this night for the Dutchmen.
Bethlehem 5, Mohonasen 0: Dan Carillo scored twice for the Eagles (10-2-0).
Niskayuna 3, Shaker 1: Andrew Downey scored 15 minutes into the game for the Silver Warriors in a Suburban Council victory over the Blue Bison.
Lansingburgh 0, Ravena 0 (OT) : The Knights (3-5-3, 4-6-3) played to a Colonial Council draw with the Indians.
Cairo-Durham 2, Chatham 2 (OT): The Mustangs and the Panthers played to a draw in Patroon Conference action Thursday night.

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