Warriors volleyball rallies past Horses
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. » Troy High’s girls volleyball team jumped out to a 2-1 set lead but Mohonasen rallied to take the Suburban Council match 25-19, 19-25, 2225, 25-15, 25-14.
Karlie Ullman led the Warriors with 11 kills while Nataliie Blackstone finished with 10 kills.
Jenalyse Alarcon finished with seven kills, one block for the Flying Horses, Melissa Mannis had five kills, five aces and three blocks, Sarah Bourgault had 11 assists, four blocks and seven kills and Bella Bevevino tallied nine kills. COLUMBIA 3, SARATOGA SPRINGS 0 » Columbia’s girls volleyball team swept Saratoga Springs 23-25, 1925, 27-29 Tuesday in a Suburban Council contest.
Chesney Romer led the Blue Devils with eight kills, Emily Powell added eight kills, 10 digs and Katie Hayes finished with 18 digs. Saratoga’s Briann Barringer finished with seven kills, Emmy Krum had 15 assists and Goldie Hellman tallied six kills, two digs in the loss.
SHAKER 3, GUILDERLAND
0» The Blue Bison swept the Dutchmen 25-16, 25-17, 25-16. Sam Hardwick led Shaker with 18 kills, four aces and five digs while hannah Malicki added 15 assists and nine digs. Peyton Legg tallied eight digs, 10 assists and two aces for Guilderland. BALLSTON SPA 3, SCHENECTADY0» Ballston Spa girls varsity volleyball beat Schenectady 25-8, 25-12, and 25-14. For the Scotties, Lauren Kersch had 12 assists, Megan McMahon had 10 kills, five digs and two blocks and Paige Davis added five digs.
EMMA WILLARD 3, MECHANICVILLE 0 » The Jesters won 25-19, 25-15, 25-18 in a Wasaren League. Katie Bennorth and Khakirat Raji both finished with seven kills and Angelina Ferritto had 18 assists to lead Emma Willard. Lyndsay Robens finished with five kills for the Red Raiders (1-10).
SHAKER 2, GUILDERLAND 1 » Guilderland took a 1-0 lead when Evan Locke received a perfectly placed through ball and found the back of the net. A few minutes before the half, Shaker’s
Evan Austin headed the ball down to Ryan Watson who scored to make it 1-1 at the break. Shaker’s defense, especially Addison Bunkoff, Jack Cheney, and Timmy O’Connor, played well the rest of the way and with about 15 minutes to go Zaheer Irani took a corner that Ryan Eagan volleyed into the net to give Shaker the 2-1 road victory. SARATOGA SPRINGS 8, COLUMBIA 1 » Aidan Rice and Evan Farr both tallied two goals and an assist for the Blue Streaks in a Suburban Council win. Conor Murphy, Aidan O’Mally, Simon Smith and Peter Moller also scored for Saratoga Springs. BALLSTON SPA 1, SCHENECTADY0» Ballston Spa visited Schenectady Tuesday evening and came away with a 1-0 victory. The only goal of the night came with 18:50 left in the 1st half, when Thomas Gentile scored a header on a cross from Nevin Grenier.
Cameron Prowinskee scored as Columbia avoided the shutout.
CBA 3, BURNT HILLSBALLSTON LAKE 2 » Rob Amore Brady Van Epps and Gustavo Rigatos scoored for the Brothers to edge the Spartans. Eli D’Onofrio and Rigatos provided the assists.
BETHLEHEM 2, SHENENDEHOWA 1 » After Bethlehem’s Killian Ryan opened the scoring Shen’s Ethan Behan tied it up on an assist from Nick Kokkinides. However, Ryan added an unassisted tally in the second half to earn the Eagles the win. Bethlehem goalkeeper Ryan Henning made 12 saves and Greg Monroe made three for Shen. ALBANY 3, AVERILL PARK 1 » Logan Bielawski scored to put the Warriors up 1-0 but the Falcons got two goals from marcelo Fazio and one from Harrison Leon in the Suburban Council match.
SHENENDEHOWA 5, BETHLEHEM 1 » Michelle Clarkin bagged a hat trick and Ava Sullivan added two goals for Shen in a Suburban Council win. Grace Hotaling scored to ensure the Eagles avoided the shutout. BALLSTON SPA 7, SCHENECTADY 1 » Ballston Spa’s senior night scoring started off with captain Caitlin Wania and continued with Lily Urban, Maura Smith, Julia Barnum, Mikayla Kelly, Abby Yettru and Sarah Rule with an assist from Jordyn Ostrander. The goal for Schenectady came from Alexis Maye. The Scotties finish up regular season play on Thursday at Burnt Hills.
EMMA WILLARD 1, HOOSIC
VALLEY 0 » Lauren Berry scored an unassisted goal in the second half as the Jesters earned the win. Delaney Piper made nine saves in goal for Emma Willard and Lauren Paul made 10 for Valley. MECHANICVILLE 2, SCHUYLERVILLE 1 » Mechanicville’s Mackenzie Bowie scored with less than eight minutes left to earn a nonleague win over Schuylerville in a matchup of stateranked squads.
Nevaeh D’Aloia scored off an assist from Brynn Murphy to put the Red Raiders (12-0-1, 13-0-1) ahead but Amy Moreau scored for the Black Horses (10-2 Foothills, 11-3-1) in the 57th minute to make it 1-1 before
Bowie’s winning goal.
Caitlin Kelleher made a match-high eight saves for Schuylerville and Savannah Bowie stopped three shots for the visitors.
EMMA WILLARD 8, GEORGETOWN 0 » Andrea-Prinz scored a hat trick as the Jesters improved to 6-1 in Patroon Conference play and 8-3 overall. Kat Fousek added two goals for Emma Willard and Zian Taylor made one save in the cage to earn the shutout.
HOLY NAMES 6, AVERILL PARK 1 » Heidi Schyuman provided the Warriors’ only point with a win in first singles. Holy Names players swept the rest of the contests.
NENY PGA TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP » Anders Mattson, Director of Instruction at Saratoga National, shot a 69-74 for a total score of 1-over 143 at Shaker Ridge Country Club to edge Hiland Park assistant pro Scott Birliner who shot 2-over 72-72-144. Mattson took home a $1,250 first place prize while Berliner got $1,050 as runner-up.
Normanside CC’s Justin Hearly was four back of the winner in third place while Dal Daily of Windham CC was fourth and Golf Galaxy’s John Neet and Hiland Park’s Jim Jeffers tied for fifth.