Thursday, October 7, 2010

Local roundup, Thurs., Oct. 7

(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).

 Colonie and Saratoga Springs players tussle for control of the ball during Thursday's Suburban Council game, which Saratoga won, 3-0. (Photo courtsey The Saratogian).

The Record

RENSSELAER -- Matt Bertiaume scored two goals as the Waterford boys’ soccer team continued to roll along in the CHVL with a 6-0 victory over Doane Staurt on Wednesday.
Zac Lennon put the Fordians (9-0-0, 10-2-0) on the board in the seventh minute on a feed from Connor Noel and Waterford never looked back.
Lennon finished with two assists and Noel also scored a goal for the Fordians, as did David Fletcher and Joe Chiera.
Shaker 4, Averill Park 1: Austin Britt scored twice for the Blue Bison in the Suburban victory, while Mike Whitcomb added a goal and an assist.
Owen Nuss put the Warriors in the lead in the 29th minute on a pass from Dyllon Larkin.
Bethlehem 7, Ballston Spa 3: Ethan Gunty, Brian Spina and Zach Rockmore scored two goals apiece for the Eagles (8-2) in a victory over the Scotties.
Sean Maruscsak scored a goal for Ballston Spa.
Niskayuna 1, Columbia 1 (OT): The Silver Warriors and the Blue Devils, who received a goal from Logan Murphy, played to a Suburban Council draw Thursday afternoon.
Colonie 2, Saratoga Springs 1: Matt Ancona and Edin Hadjimuratovic scored goals for the Garnet Raiders in a Suburban Council victory over the Blue Streaks.
Albany Academy 5, Lansingburgh 0: Jordan Newton tallied a hat trick to lead the Cadets to the victory.
Jarrod Jarosz made 10 stops for the Knights (2-5-2, 2-6-2).
Cohoes 3, Ravena 0: Brandon LaForest scored two goals and Ibrahim Abdalla added a single tally for the Tigers in a Colonial Council victory over the Indians. Joe Sorel, Kevin Hume and Connor Laughlin contributed with assists, while Ryan Laughlin made two saves to record the shutout.
Ichabod Crane 1, Mechanicville 0 (2 OT): Justyn Verbraska scored an unassisted goal two minutes into the second overtime period to lift the Riders to a Colonial Council victory.
Girls Soccer
Troy 2, Catholic Central 2 (OT): Catholic Central’s Kelsey Moss scored the equalizing goal with seconds to spare in regulation, forcing a Big 10 Conference draw between the Collar City rivals.
Casey O’Brien scored an earlier goal. Julie McNeff and Madison Purcell provided assists for the Crusaders (2-1-1, 6-2-1).
Liisi Vink-Lainas and Morgan Avery scored goals for the Flying Horses (1-2-1, 6-5-1).
Lilly Regan made six saves for CCHS, while Troy’s Brianna Sorriento made a dozen stops for the Flying Horses.
Voorheesville 4, Watervliet 0: Caitlin Abelseth and Emma Simpson each scored twice for the Blackbirds.
Beatrice Lease and Lyric Artis combined for 14 saves for the Cannoneers.
Albany Academy 3, Ravena 2: Emma Malicki scored one goal, Bridget Malicki added one goal and one assist and Talia Rockmore also scored one goal to push the Bears past the Indians in Colonial action. Emily Downie provided two assists for Academy.
Lindsey Millett scored twice for Ravena.
Mechanicville 8, Ichabod Crane 2: Abby Maiello scored four goals for the Red Raiders (7-1-0) in a Colonial Council victory over the Riders (4-3-0).
Maple Hill 3, Chatham 1: Taylor Czajkowski scored all three goals for Maple Hill (10-0, 10-0) in a Patroon Conference victory over the Panthers (7-2, 7-2).
Meeghan Arno added an assist for Maple Hill while Elizabeth Briggs made five saves in goal for the Wildcats.
Emma Willard 2, New Lebanon 0: Keegan McDonald scored both goals for the Jesters in the victory.
Burnt Hills 2, Guilderland 1: Bryony Striffler scored two goals, including the game-winner in the second half for the Spartans (9-2-0).
Niskayuna 6, Columbia 1: Maddie Karafanda and Stacey Sylvetsky scored two goals apiece for the Silver Warriors in a Suburban Council victory over the Blue Devils.
Maria Morrison scored the lone goal for Columbia.
Schuylerville 6, Greenwich 0: Courtney Pierce scored four goals for the Black Horses (7-3-1) in a Wasaren League victory.
Girls Volleyball
Maple Hill 3, Hudson 2: The Wildcats (10-0, 10-1) with a Patroon Conference victory over the Bluehawks by game scores of 25-12, 25-8, 16-25, 21-25 and25-12.
Voorheesville 3, Mechanicville 0: The Blackbirds improved to a perfect 10-0 with a sweep of the Red Raiders (4-7) by scores of 25-7, 25-14 and 25-8.
Sarah Dykstra and Ellie Wagner combined for 20 kills and 12 aces and Morgan Vandervort finished with five kills for Voorheesville.
Anna Arceneaux had three kills for Mechanicville.
Bethlehem 3, Ballston Spa 2: Paced by 15 blocks and three kills from Jaci Oskam, the Eagles (9-2) won a Suburban Council match by scores of 26-24, 25-19, 24-26, 26-28 and 25-16.
Niskayuna 3, Columbia 0: The Silver Warriors won a Suburban Council match by scores of 25-12,25-12 and 25-13.
Bridget LeMon provided 11 service points and 10 digs for Niskayuna (8-3).
Field Hockey
Emma Willard 4, Germantown 0: Francesca Gundrum scored twice as the Jesters (5-0, 6-2) went on for the Patroon Conference victory.
Catherine Maloney and Olivia Gundrum also scored for Emma Willard, which got two saves from goalie Nastacia Pereira.
Shaker 9, Mohonasen 0: Catherine Jenkins won 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 singles as the Blue Bison continued to roll.
Shenendehowa 9, Bethlehem 0: Jessica Macaluso won in straight sets at No. 1 singles to lead the Plainsmen into the victory column.
Voorheesville 7, Ravena 0: The Blackbirds swept a Colonial Council match against the Indians.
Girls Swimming
Albany Academy 103, Ravena 69: Sydney Walsh swam a time of 2:33.39 in the 200 meters individual medley, leading the Bears to victory in the pool.
Mohonasen-Schalmont 90, Albany 74: Mohonasen-Schalmont’s Michelle LaFay swam a 28.46 in the 50 meter freestyle.

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