Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Local roundup, Tues., Oct. 19

This is Tuesday night's roundup with a few pictures from Monday night. Catholic Central girls soccer team defeated Schenectady, 3-1. The Crusaders (4-1-1, 10-3-1) kept pace with the Patriots (6-1-0, 9-4-0) in the Big 10 Conference standings.

At bottom, current Penn State head wrestling coach Cael Sanderson, who is the only wrestler to complete four years of NCAA action with four individual titles and not a single defeat, also appeared at a clinic at Shenendehowa High School Monday afternoon.

All photos were taken by Mike McMahon - The Record.

SCHUYLERVILLE -- Mollie Gilchrist scored two goals and added an assist for the Hoosic Valley High School girls soccer team in a 3-1 Wasaren League victory over Schuylerville Tuesday night.
Janelle Stannard tallied the Indians’ other goal.
Laura Capobianco scored the Horses’ (7-4-0, 8-4-1) lone goal.
Samantha Carlo made 15 saves in net for Hoosic Valley (10-2-0, 12-2-0).
Burnt Hills 4, Niskayuna 0: Jess Lyden paced the Lady Spartans (11-3) with two goals and an assist while Bryony Striffler added a goal and two helpers in a Suburban Council tilt. Nicole DeCresente chipped in with a goal and an assist for Burnt Hills.
Shenendehowa 6, Ballston Spa 1: The Plainsmen cruised to a Suburban Council win behind two goals and an assist from Shannon McMillan. Kristin Connors, Madeline Mylod, Ali Lewis and Danielle Rizzicone added single goals for the Lady Plainsmen.
Sarah Chandler tallied a goal for the Scotties.
Heatly 6, Rensselaer 1: Alexi Anderson, Angelica DeCianni, Melissa Heffern and Jessica Strizzi notched single goals for Heatly in a CHVL win. Elora Repula scored Rensselaer’s only goal.
Berlin 5, New Lebanon 0: Maria Gordon and Brianna Stowell sparked the Mountaineer offense with two goals each. Rachel Ferries accounted for Berlin’s other goal. Lauren Sears stopped 15 shots for New Lebanon in the loss.
CCHS 4, Amsterdam 0: The Lady Crusaders improved to 5-1-1 in the Big 10 and 10-3-1 overall after a league victory. Gia Sergovich, Gabby Maninfilo, Kelsey Moss and Julie McNeff registered single goals for CCHS.
Hoosick Falls 5, Salem 0: Samantha Scott tallied a goal and two assists to lead the Panthers, who had five different players score in a non-league romp. Ashley Constantino, Karley Morin, Alyssa Schneider and Emily Hoag added single goals for Hoosick Falls (7-1, 15-1).
Mackenzie Dumas made 30 saves in net for Salem (0-7).
Troy 2, Lake George 1: Morgan Avery and Lissi Vink-Lanias scored a goal each for the Flying Horses in a non league victory. Caroline Murphy scored the lone goal for Lake George.

Boys Soccer
CCHS 2, Amsterdam 0: Edwin Asena put the Crusaders on the board on a goal set up by Giacomo Giglio. The Crusaders second score came on an Amsterdam own goal. Charlie Farrell stopped four shots to earn the shutout while Jon Toper made 11 saves for Amsterdam.
Cairo-Durham 2, Greenville 1 (2 OT): Andy Fishman’s shot trickled into the net with one second remaining in the second overtime to give the Mustangs a thrilling victory over its cross-town rival. James Tschinkel put the Spartans up 20 minutes into the match before Fishman tied it at one off a corner kick.
Albany Academy 3, Fonda 2: Peter Lobel and Nick Abel scored goals four minutes apart to secure a Colonial Council victory for the Cadets. Jordan Newton put Academy on the board in the 16th minute. Erik Franklin and Tom Lyons kept Fonda in the game with a goal each.
Mechanicville 2, Ravena 2 (OT): Mark Gaetano notched two goals to pace the Red Raiders in a Colonial Council draw. Danny Benvenutti and Kenny Fuqua tallied single goals for Ravena. Caleb Foard stopped nine shots in net for Mechanicville.
Ichabod Crane 5, Cohoes 1: The Riders soundly defeated the Tigers in a Colonial Council match on two goals by Bernie Watts and a goal each by Tyler Jablanski, Ricardo Cruz and Mitchell Niemeyer. Mohammed Rasoully tallied the Tigers only goal while Ryan Laughlin made six saves in net.
Schalmont 2, Voorheesville 1: Zack Saccocio scored the game-winning goal for the Sabres in a Colonial Council victory over the Blackbirds.
Mohonasen 6, Averill Park 1: Attilio Tebano, Chris Parisi, Connor McDermott, Shane Connell and Keith Park registered singles goals for the Mighty Warriors in a Suburban Council rout. Nick Hess scored Averill Park’s lone goa.
Bethlehem 3, Colonie 2: The Eagles held on for a Suburban Council victory to bring its season mark to 11-1. Pat Gunty tallied two goals and Zach Rockmore scored the Eagles final goal. Tommy Osipitan and Mossimo Smiroldo accounted for Colonie’s two scores.
Niskayuna 2, Burnt Hills 0: Ryan Tauss scored on a drive from ten yards out in the 22nd minute to put the Silver Warriors on top in a Suburban Council match. Monil Patel tallied Niskayuna’s second goal and Ahmad Salamah stopped five shots in net.
Matt Horan made seven saves in goal for the Spartans.

Girls Volleyball
Troy High 4, Bishop Gibbons 1: The Flying Horses (9-1, 12-1) dropped the first set 23-25, before rallying to post scores of 25-15, 25-15, and 25-21 in the final three sets. Rachel Martin had seven kills while Lauren Cooney added four kills and five digs. Vanessa Addo chipped in with three blocks and three kills for Troy.
Gibbons was led by Caroline Bouchard’s 11 service points, three aces and 14 digs while Alexandra Gosh dished out 16 assists and smashed 13 digs.
Berlin 3, New Lebanon 0: Sarah Bentley scored eight service points, 12 aces and five kills in a CHVL victory for the Moutaineers (2-7, 3-12) by scores of 25-10, 25-11 and 25-10. Brandy Morine added five service points, four aces and two digs for Berlin. Sarah Eaton led New Lebanon with two kills and three digs.
Maple Hill 3, Catskill 0: Maple Hill remains unbeaten in the Patroon Conference at 13-0 after a three game sweep of Catskill by scores of 25-12, 25-17 and 25-8.
Bethlehem 3, Colonie 0: The Lady Eagles (12-2, 13-2) swept Colonie with scores of 25-11, 25-9 and 25-20 in a Suburban Council match. Kat Rice registered 10 kills, four service aces and one block while Lydia Loy-Santelli dished out 25 assists for Bethlehem.
Stephanie Reinhart led Colonie with two service aces and six assists and Emily Finlan added five kills.

Boys Cross Country
Lansingburgh 24, Cohoes 34: The Knights captured a Colonial Council 2.5 mile race at Lansingburgh High with C.J. Sousis crossing the line first in 13:26. Johnny SotoMoya was second for Cohoes in 14:15. Lansingburgh’s Albert Scardera was third in 14:18.
Hudson 23, Maple Hill 34: Hudson’s Brendan Connor came in first in 17:34 while teammate Patrick LaChance was second in 17:54 and Zac Sohotra was third in 18:08.
Shaker wins Suburban dual: Jon Vallacorsa finished Colonie Town Park’s 3.1 mile course in 15:33.90 for Shaker, who defeated Shenenedehowa 16-45 and Ballston Spa 15-50. Christian Delago was second in 15:54.70 and Mike Libruk was third in 15:55.30 for the Blue Bison.
Suburban dual at Colonie: Columbia’s Kyle Gronostaj completed the 4860-meter course at the Crossings of Colonie in 15:58.84 for first place. Andrew Coy was second in 16:16.41 for Guilderland, who beat Colonie 25-31 and Columbia 24-37. Colonie’s Ed Bronn was third in 20.81.
Colonial Council dual: Cobleskill’s Mike Lape captured a top time of 13:46 at Schalmont High’s 2.25 mile course. Xavier Baggetta finished just one second behind to lead Schuylerville. Mike Suchacki was third in 13:53 for Cobleskill. Albany Academy’s top finisher was Peter Schmitz-Morfe who was fourth in 13:55.

Girls Cross Country
Cohoes 22, Lansingburgh 37: Jessica Ayotte and Lydia Dawes finished 21 seconds apart in a Colonial Council victory for Cohoes at Lansingburgh’s 2.5 mile course. Blair Meeson finished third in 16:59 for the Lady Knights.
Maple Hill 19, Hudson inc: Hannah Riordan finished in first place in a time of 20:53 to lead Maple Hill while Kelsey Oglesby was second in 21:07. McKenzie Colwell was Hudson’s top finisher in third with a time of 21:50.
Blue Bison take dual meet: Christine Coughlin was the top finisher in a Suburban Council dual meet at Colonie Town Park. She completed the 3.1 mile course in 19:52.30 while Marianna Lansing was second in 19:53.20 and Shannon Lavender third in 19:55.00 for Shaker.
Colonie wins division: Colonie’s Kaylee Scott completed the 4860-meter course at the Crossings of Colonie in 18:51.75 for a first place finish. The Lady Red Raiders defeated Columbia 26-33 and Guilderland 25-30 to capture the Southern Division with an 8-3 mark.
Columbia’s Anna Boughtwood was second in 18:53.84 and Guilderland’s Jenna Robinson finished third in 18:58.96.
Colonial Council dual: Larissa Melendez was first in the 2.25 mile race in a time of 15:19 while teammate Marisa Hitchcock was second with a time of 15:37 for Cobleskill. Morgan Waitosik was third in 16:05 to pace Albany Academy.

Girls Swimming
Guilderland 88, Bethlehem 98: Jenna Bickel paced the Lady Dutch with first place victories in the 50 freestyle in a time of 24.81 and the 100 backstroke in 57.38. Bethany Powhida was the Lady Eagles top swimmer, winning the 200 individual medley in 2:13.29 and the 100 butterfly in 1:01.08.
Burnt Hills 90, Saratoga Springs 72: Kelly Ludeke was tops in the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:07.57 and the 500 freestyle in 5:50.75 to pace the Lady Spartans. Mary Katherine Rice won the 100 backstroke in 1:08.31 while Sabrina Daoui captured the 100 breastroke in 1:23.84 to lead Saratoga.
Shenendehowa 112, Niskayuna 74: Olivia Samson finished first in the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:55.17 and the 100 freestyle in 53.26 for the Lady Plainsmen. Kina Zhou paced Niskayuna with first place finishes in the 200 individual medley in 2:08.32 and the 100 butterfly in 59.19.
Gloversville-Mayfield 110, Scotia-Glenville 66: Justine Woodend completed the 100 freestyle in 55.83 and the 50 freestyle in 26.00 for first place for Gloversville-Mayfield. Gabriana Beckford took the top spot in the 200 individual medley in a time of 2:18.07 and was second in the 100 freestyle with a time of 55.88 to lead the Lady Tartans.

Cael Sanderson addresses a group of young wrestlers at a clinic Monday afternoon at Shenendehowa High School.

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