It took three goals in the second half for Scotia-Glenville to get past Amsterdam 3-0 Friday, Sept. 21, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.
Aidan Nichter and Jared O’Connor tallied two minutes apart over the final 10 minutes of regulation to give the Tartans (7-2) a comfortable lead. Nichter was also responsible for Scotia-Glenville’s first goal at the 52-minute mark.
Scotia-Glenville goalkeeper Dominick Jack had four saves, while Amsterdam netminder Ian Healy had the same number of stops.
Elsewhere in the Foothills Council, South Glens Falls pulled away in the second half for a 4-0 victory over Glens Falls, while first-place Queensbury escaped with a 2-1 victory over Schuylerville.
Gavin Parker gave South High (5-3) a 1-0 lead in the 34th minute off a failed clearing attempt by the Glens Falls defense. Bobby Bruschini, Colin Parker and Andrew King added second-half goals for the Bulldogs.
Goalie Ben Difiore made 10 saves for Glens Falls (2-6).
Mike Lanfear tallied on a direct kick early in the first half to give Schuylerville (6-2 league, 7-3 overall) a 1-0 lead. Peter Crawford scored off a rebound less than 10 minutes into the second half to pull Queensbury (8-0, 10-1) even, and Teddy Borgos notched the game winner near the midway point of the half.
Queensbury goalie Ethan Willis had nine saves, while Schuylerville netminder Drew Phillips stopped 11 shots.