War­riors vol­ley­ball ral­lies past Horses

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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.


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).

Boys soc­cer

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.

Girls soc­cer

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.


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.

Field hockey

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.

Girls ten­nis

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.

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