Warrensburg remained the only undefeated Adirondack League girls basketball team with a 69-30 victory over Hadley-Luzerne Wednesday, Jan. 16.
The Eagles led the Burghers by one point after the first quarter, but Warrensburg (10-0 league, 14-0 overall) outscored Hadley-Luzerne 56-16 over the final three quarters to pull away.
Abigail Ranous poured in 23 points, and Megan Hughes contributed 20 points for Warrensburg, which entered the game ranked 10th in the New York State Sportswriters Association’s Class C poll. The Burghers are one of four Section 2 teams ranked in the top 10, with Hoosic Valley (No. 5), Cambridge (No. 6) and Maple Hill (No. 8) ahead of them.
Kassidy Plummer netted 13 points for Hadley-Luzerne Continue reading “Adirondack League girls basketball: Warrensburg remains undefeated with victory over Hadley-Luzerne”
After scoring one point in the first quarter, Whitehall outscored Granville 36-10 over the final three quarters to defeat the Golden Horde 37-20 Friday, Jan. 11, in an Adirondack League girls basketball game.
Zoe Eggleston and Ashlyn Groesbeck each scored nine points for the Railroaders. Groesbeck hit three shots from behind the three-point arc.
Haley Corlew had seven points for Granville, including a pair of three-pointers. Continue reading “Adirondack League girls basketball: Whitehall rebounds from rough start to defeat Granville”
Three wrestlers won their weight classes to lead Queensbury to a first-place finish at its own holiday tournament Friday, Dec. 28.
Ryan Sleezer (113 pounds), Trevor Robbins (126) and Luke Little (145) earned individual titles for the Spartans, who cruised to the team championship with 218.5 points. Ryan defeated his identical twin brother, Dylan, 7-5 in the finals, while Robbins posted the same score in defeating Vincent Santilli of South Glens Falls. Little pinned Corinth’s Sam Tromblee 48 seconds into the second period of their championship bout.
Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George also had three individual champions, as heavyweights Cody York (182 pounds, Cameron Duers (195) and William Mitcham (285) won in the finals. York needed 14 seconds to pin Corinth’s Ray Procter, while Duers scored a late pin to defeat Queensbury’s Seth Guay. Mitcham edged New Hartford’s Austin Bullock 2-0 to win his championship match. Continue reading “Section 2 holiday wrestling tournament recap: Queensbury wins its own tourney, while Granville places second in Vermont”
ROTTERDAM – Corinth swept its five opponents to win the Sabre Duals wrestling tournament Saturday, Dec. 15, at Schalmont High School.
The Tomahawks edged Schalmont 42-36 in the fourth round to turn aside their closest competitor at the six-team tournament. Schalmont finished second with a 4-1 record after defeating Albany, Lansingburgh, Berlin/New Lebanon and Rensselaer. Continue reading “Scenes from Section 2 wrestling: Corinth wins Sabre Duals at Schalmont”
Lake George’s Sarah Kohls was named the Player of the Year when the Adirondack League girls soccer coaches unveiled their all-star teams for the 2018 season Monday, Nov. 12.
Kohls scored 24 goals and added eight assists to lead Lake George to the league title and a Section 2 Class C semifinal appearance.
The rest of the Adirondack League all-stars are as follows: Continue reading “Adirondack League reveals girls soccer Player of the Year and all-star teams”
By ROB JONAS
SARATOGA SPRINGS – One race lived up to its pre-event billing, while another showdown never materialized at Friday’s Section 2 Cross Country Championships at a soggy Saratoga Spa State Park.
The Class A boys race turned into a battle royale between Shenendehowa and Saratoga Springs, with the Plainsmen pulling out a three-point victory over the Blue Streaks, 60-63. Saratoga had two of the top four runners in the race, but Shen’s pack mentality proved to be the deciding factor.
“Our sixth and seventh runners beat Saratoga’s fifth runner. That was the game right there,” said Shen boys head coach Lance Jordan. Continue reading “A look back at the Section 2 Cross Country Championships”
Five players had multi-goal games for No. 2 Schalmont in a 15-0 victory over No. 15 Corinth in the opening round of the Section 2 Class B girls soccer playoffs Thursday, Oct. 18.
Isabella Amoroso recorded a hat trick and two assists, while Sofia Cassano contributed two goals and two assists for the Sabres (15-1-1), ranked No. 4 among Class B teams in the New York State Sportswriters Association poll. Jules Monlea, Ashley Cirilla and Chloe Schaffer all tallied twice, and Isabella Almodovar added three assists. Continue reading “Section 2 Class B girls soccer playoffs: Schalmont, Voorheesville among opening round winners”
Sarah Kohls set a new school record for most varsity career goals in Lake George’s 4-0 victory over Corinth Thursday, Oct. 4, in an Adirondack League girls soccer game.
Kohls netted her 73rd varsity goal less than three minutes into the first half to give the Warriors a 1-0 lead. She surpassed the school record of 72 career goals set by Lacey Cormie in 2016.
Nicole Kingsley tallied 18 seconds after Kohls’ record-setting goal to put Lake George ahead 2-0. Rowan Metivier scored off a pass from Gabby Marchello late in the first half, and Alena Goodman added a second-half goal off Gabby Weidner’s assist.
Corinth goalkeeper Caitlin Person had 15 saves.
LAKE GEORGE – After getting past Hudson Falls in four sets the previous day, the Lake George girls volleyball team defeated Adirondack League opponent Corinth 25-2, 25-2 and 25-8 Friday, Sept. 28.
Alli Zilm recorded 16 service points and 17 assists to lead the Warriors. Alysia Kane, Jade Baker and Sam Henry all had five kills, and Baker contributed 10 service points. Elaina Bieber had six digs to lead the defensive effort.
Lake George dominated time of possession and shots on goal on its way to a 10-0 victory over Corinth Tuesday, Sept. 11, in an Adirondack League girls soccer game.
The Warriors scored six goals in the first 20 minutes and held a 19-4 advantage in shots on goal against the Tomahawks. Corinth goalkeeper Caitlyn Peterson made six saves against the deluge.
Katie O’Donnell and Sarah Kohls each had a hat trick and an assist for Lake George. Rachel Jaeger contributed two goals and an assist, and Gabby Marchello also tallied.