Local roundup, Weds., Oct. 13
Lansingburgh 2, Voorheesville 0: The Knights (7-3-0) scored a goal in each half to take a big Colonial matchup with the Blackbirds (7-3-0).
Jenna Retell scored a goal and added an assist to Meghan Strube. Julia Retell added an assist for Lansingburgh.
Maple Hill 4, Greenville 2: Meeghan Arno scored all four goals in a Patroon Conference match to keep the Wildcats unbeaten at 11-0 in the league and 13-0 overall. The senior tied a school record for most goals in a season with 41.
Heatly 5, Waterford 1: Alexi Anderson and Angelica Decianni scored two goals each in a CHVL match. Melissa Heffern tallied a single goal and Stasha Cudzey made 16 saves in net for Heatly.
Alex Vincent accounted for the Fordians lone goal while Courtney Gardner made nine saves in net.
Emma Willard 5, Berlin 2: Keegan McDonald netted two goals while Julia Doyle, Antonia Williams and Sarah Bower added single goals to pace the Jesters in a CHVL contest. Maria Gordon and Brittany Spaniol accounted for Berlin’s goals.
Holy Names 3, Cohoes 1: Sarah Agan had a goal and dished out an assist for Holy Names in a Colonial Council triumph. Michalea Dollar and Bearnie Jordan tallied the other two goals for Holy Names.
Carey Taylor added a goal and Danielle Beauchamp made 16 saves in net for Cohoes.
Chatham 4, Taconic Hills 0: Cailey Nieto registered two goals while Regina Behn and Alyssa Keeler netted single goals to pace the Tigers.
Ichabod Crane 4, Schalmont 2: The Riders made a 3-1 halftime lead stand as two of the top teams in the Colonial Council battled. Will Poetzsch notched a goal and an assist with Justyn Verbraska, Seth Scarano and Mitchell Niemeyer scoring single goals for Ichabod.
AJ Metzold and Drake Sichack had goals for the Sabres.
Cohoes 3, Albany Academy 2: Kevin Hume, Connor Laughlin and Brandon Laforest scored goals for the Tigers in a Colonial Council tilt. Nick Abel tallied the Cadets lone goal and Hugh Fisher had eight saves in net.
Shenendehowa 8, Bethlehem 1: The Plainsmen’s strong singles players Jessica Macaluso, Fallon Etkin and Jen Lucius won 6-0, 6-1, 6-0, 6-0 and 6-1, 6-0, respectively, as Shen breezed in their Section II Class AA Tournament quarterfinals.
The Eagles’ doubles team of Kristen Brayden-Laurene Burton averted a shutout with a 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 victory over Cyialy Harder-Rebecca Lang.
Shaker 9, Ballston Spa 0: The Lady Blue Bison carried their dominating singles play into Class AA team sectionals, sweeping all six singles matches. Cat Crummey, Catherine Jenkins, Shannon Mukerji, Molly O’Connor, Elena Wolner and Mariah Kitner notched victories for Shaker.
Maple Hill 6, Schoharie 1: The Wildcats swept singles matches on wins by Erin Duffy, Katherine Zink, Caitlin Beebe, Seema Bhaskar and Nikki Cassidy in a Sectionals victory. Megan Kalkz and Sierra Ludewig won at No. 2 doubles match for Schoharie 7-5, 6-4.
Emma Willard 7, Saratoga 2: The Jesters won a Class AA sectionals quarterfinals match.
Niskayuna 1, Saratoga 0: The Lady Silver Warriors (9-2) gave the Blue Streaks (9-1) their first Suburban Council loss of the season. Sydney Bowker put Niskayuna ahead in the first half on a goal assisted by Ali Frary. Haley McDougall made four saves in net for Saratoga.
Shenedehowa 3, Shaker 1: Mark Kate Cusack notched two goals and Hope Andrasick added one to lift the Lady Plainsmen to a Suburban Council triumph.
Bethlehem 3, Loudonville Christian 1: The smaller Eagles gave the bigger Eagles all they could handle, as Class AA Bethlehem won 25-22, 26-24 before dropping game three (25-18) and rallying back in a 28-26 marathon.
Hattie Burgher was a workhorse for Loudonville Christian (10-2 overall), charting 26 digs and 10 kills, while Chelsea Brown added 11 kills and 16 digs and Julia Brown had 23 assists.
Bethlehem (10-2) was led by Kat Rice’s 16 kills and two blocks, while Jaci Oskam had seven kills and five blocks and Lydia Loy-Santelli serviced 21 points.
Hoosic Valley 3, Cambridge 0: The Indians (5-3, 7-6) won a Wasaren League match by scores of 25-16, 25-20 and 25-16. Alex Gurney had 13 service points, eight aces and five kills while Rayn Nigro contributed 11 service points, eight aces, eight kills and 3 blocks for Hoosic Valley.
Cambridge (2-6, 5-9) was led by Patrice Herrington’s three aces, seven assists and Jessica Gregory added seven kills.
Schenectady 3, Amsterdam 1: The Lady Patriots (5-3, 7-4) rallied after dropping the first set 25-23 to post a Big 10 victory with scores of 25-17, 25-18 and 25-13 in the final three sets. Sabrina Kristel finished with 14 kills, 11 points and Denia Galliard added eight kills, six blocks for Schenectady.
Tina Francisco had four kills, five aces and seven assists while Bayley Archinal added two blocks, three aces and two kills for Amsterdam.
Glens Falls 96, Scotia 73: Erin Murphy led the Indians to victory by winning the 200 freestyle in 2:17.12 and the 500 freestyle in 6:12.32. Glens Falls’ Lydia Knapp was tops in the 100 breaststroke in a time of 1:18.93 while Emily Parent’s fourth place finish in 1:29.04 in the 100 breastroke qualified her for her first ever sectionals.
The Lady Tartans’ high finisher was Kiersten Beckford who won the 200 individual medley in 2:22.32 and the 100 backstroke in 1:03.00.
Gloversville-Mayfield 88, Queensbury 98: Gloversville-Mayfield’s Justine Woodend was first in the 50 and 100 freestyle in times of 25.83 and 55.99, respectively. Jade Woodend finished first in the 100 butterfly and 100 breastroke with times of 1:00.71 and 1:09.58, respectively.
Hillary Chocko won the 200 freestyle in 2:06.80 and was second in the 100 butterfly in a time of 1:03.96 to pace the Spartans.
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