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”
No. 2 seed Lake George fended off No. 15 Waterford-Halfmoon 3-1 Saturday, Oct. 20, in the opening round of the Section 2 Class C girls soccer tournament.
Stephanie Dickinson-Frevola scored off a pass from Sarah Kohls 15:02 into the first half to give the Lady Warriors a 1-0 lead. However, Waterford-Halfmoon goalkeeper Caer Burns stopped several shots after that to keep the Fordians close at halftime.
Rebecca Kohls doubled Lake George’s lead less than five minutes into the second half off another Sarah Kohls assist. Annelise Rebel tallied less than a minute later to get Waterford-Halfmoon on the scoreboard, but Gabby Marchello provided an insurance goal at 65:14 to give Lake George some breathing room. Continue reading “Section 2 Class C girls soccer playoffs: Lake George tested by Waterford-Halfmoon; Stillwater rolls”
No. 17 Catholic Central and No. 13 Schoharie were among six teams advancing through the preliminary round of the Section 2 Class C boys soccer playoffs Tuesday, Oct. 16.
Lucas Kania had a hat trick to lead Catholic Central (5-12-0) to a 7-1 victory over No. 16 Saratoga Central Catholic. Liam McDonald contributed a pair of goals, and Joe Piperata added a goal and two assists for the Crusaders, who will meet top-seeded Lake George Thursday, Oct. 18.
Luke Apy tallied for Spa Catholic (5-11-1), and goalkeeper Preston Famiglietti made six saves. Continue reading “Section 2 Class C boys soccer playoffs: Catholic Central, Schoharie among teams advancing past preliminary round”
Brackets for the Section 2 girls soccer playoffs were announced Monday, Oct. 15, and two Suburban Council teams were among the five No. 1 seeds.
Bethlehem received the No. 1 seed in Class AA after winning the Blue Division title, while Averill Park claimed the No. 1 seed in Class A after finishing first in the Gray Division. Colonial Council champion Academy of the Holy Names (Class B), Wasaren League champion Stillwater (Class C) and Adirondack League runner-up Fort Ann (Class D) were the other three No. 1 seeds.
Here are the match-ups for the first two rounds: Continue reading “Section 2 girls soccer playoffs: Bethlehem, Averill Park, Holy Names, Stillwater and Fort Ann are top seeds”
By ROB JONAS
Christian Brothers Academy (Class AA), Queensbury (A), Schalmont (B), Lake George (C) and Fort Ann (D) are the No. 1 seeds in this year’s Section 2 boys soccer playoffs.
CBA earned the No. 1 seed after posting the best record in the Suburban Council (12-1-1 league, 13-1-1 overall). The Brothers – along with No. 2 Albany (11-2-1, 12-2-1), No. 3 Bethlehem (10-3-1, 12-3-1) and No. 4 Shenendehowa (10-3-1, 10-3-1) – received byes through the first round.
Queensbury (15-1-0), No. 2 Albany Academy (11-5-0), No. 3 Averill Park (6-8-2), No. 4 South Glens Falls (10-6-0) and No. 5 Mohonasen (9-5-2) all received byes in Class A.
Here are all of the match-ups for the first two rounds of Sectionals: Continue reading “Section 2 boys soccer playoff seedings are set”
GRANVILLE – Lake George defeated Granville 25-3, 25-9, 25-17 Friday, Oct. 5, in an Adirondack League girls volleyball match.
Jazzy Burke had seven kills, 21 service points and 10 assists for the Warriors. Alysia Kane recorded nine kills, while Mikayla Duffy chipped in with six kills. Cassie Wagemann contributed 14 service points, and Alli Zilm added 14 assists. Adrianna Eigo led the defensive effort with six digs.
The Lake George girls soccer team continued its dominance over its Adirondack League competition with a 9-0 victory over Granville Thursday, Sept. 20.
The Warriors scored early and often, and didn’t allow a Golden Horde shot in response. Gabby Marchello put Lake George on the scoreboard 1:36 into the match, and Gabby Weidner added a goal approximately six minutes later to give the Warriors a 2-0 lead.
Marchello, Sarah Kohls and Rachel Jaeger all scored a pair of goals for Lake George, which remained undefeated in league play. Nicole Kingsley and Katie O’Donnell also tallied.
Goalkeeper Lyndsy Hilder had 15 saves for Granville.
Lake George eased to a 3-0 sweep against Granville in an Adirondack League girls volleyball match Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Adrianna Eigo recorded 27 service points on 29 attempts to lead the Warriors, who won by scores of 25-7, 25-7 and 25-6. Eigo also led Lake George in service receptions with five and contributed six defensive digs.
Jazzy Burke had six service points and 11 assists, while Jade Baker recorded five kills for Lake George. Alysia Kane chipped in with four kills, and Alli Zilm added five assists.
The Granville football team jumped out to a 16-0 lead in the first quarter and cruised to a 32-6 victory over Corinth in a Class C North Division game Friday, Sept. 7.
Cody Rice caught a 66-yard touchdown pass to put the Golden Horde on the scoreboard. Taylor Bourn then capped another Granville scoring drive with a 1-yard run. Continue reading “Class C football: Granville defeats Corinth in North Country battle; Watervliet shuts out Rensselaer in non-league contest”