CLIFTON PARK – Shenendehowa (Division 1) and Queensbury (Division 2) eased to the team titles at the Section 2 Girls Swimming and Diving Championships Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Shenendehowa Aquatic Center.
Shen dethroned defending Division 1 champion Niskayuna with a commanding total of 441 points. Niskayuna placed second with 407 points, and Bethlehem finished third with 254 points.
Mohonasen-Schalmont’s Mary Kate Conway and Bethlehem’s Sydney Sorbello each won a pair of individual events at the Division 1 meet. Conway claimed first place in the 200-yard freestyle and the 100-yard butterfly, while Sorbello finished first in the 200-yard individual medley and the 100-yard freestyle.
Niskayuna’s Lillian Bushway (500-yard freestyle) and Yunfan Dong (100-yard backstroke) also won individual events Saturday, as did Albany Academy’s Claire Gerdeman (50-yard freestyle), and Guilderville’s Kasey Keaney (100-yard breaststroke). Continue reading “Shenendehowa, Queensbury win team titles at Section 2 Girls Swimming and Diving Championships”
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”
Shenendehowa (AA), Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (A), Broadalbin-Perth (B), Voorheesville (C) and Galway (D) are the No. 1 seeds in their respective classes for the 2018 Section 2 girls volleyball tournament.
Brackets were released Tuesday, Oct. 23, with first round matches scheduled to begin Wednesday, Oct. 24. The match-ups are as follows: Continue reading “Section 2 girls volleyball seedings are announced”
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Schuylerville finished on top of a competitive field in the girls race, and Scotia-Glenville won the boys team title at Monday’s Foothills Council Cross Country Championships at Saratoga Spa State Park.
In a race where the top five girls teams were separated by 23 points, Schuylerville prevailed by placing three runners in the top 15 to finish with 76 points. Sunni LaBounty claimed the individual title for the Black Horses by finishing in a time of 19:10.73, while teammates Anya Vautrin (seventh place, 20:23.98) and Megan Vianese (11th, 20:45.51) were among 14 runners who posted sub 21-minute times. Continue reading “Schuylerville girls, Scotia-Glenville boys win team titles at Foothills Council Cross Country Championships”
Liv Raucci scored a pair of goals and assisted on another to lead No. 6 Mohonasen to a 3-0 victory over No. 11 Gloversville in the opening round of the Section 2 Class A girls soccer playoffs Tuesday, Oct. 16, in Rotterdam.
Matti Muller also tallied for the Mighty Warriors, and Hailey Dunsmore contributed an assist.
Mohonasen advances to the Sectional quarterfinals Thursday, Oct. 18, against No. 3 Queensbury. Continue reading “Section 2 Class A girls soccer playoffs: Mohonasen shuts out Gloversville in opening round; Lansingburgh, Scotia-Glenville and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake advance”
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”
Scotia-Glenville clinched fourth place in the Grasso Division and a Section 2 Class A football playoff berth with a 40-21 victory over Gloversville Friday, Oct. 12.
The Tartans (3-3 division, 3-4 overall) scored four touchdowns in the third quarter to pull away from the visiting Huskies (1-5, 1-6). Continue reading “Section 2 Class A football: Scotia-Glenville clinches a playoff berth with a victory over Gloversville”
Teddy Borgos followed up his seven-goal performance against Scotia-Glenville with a four-goal afternoon in Queensbury’s 7-1 victory over Glens Falls Wednesday, Oct. 10, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.
Queensbury’s seniors also performed well in their final home game of the regular season. Lorenzo Cicogna had a goal and an assist, Aidan Jordi-Donnelly contributed three assists and Ray Jones added a goal for the Spartans (12-0-0 league, 14-1-0 overall). Sam Rowley also tallied, and Alex Roca chipped in with two assists. Continue reading “Foothills Council boys soccer: Teddy Borgos adds to his goal total in Queensbury’s win over Glens Falls; Gloversville edges Amsterdam”
Gloversville overcame a 20-14 halftime deficit to defeat Mohonasen 34-26 Friday, Oct. 5, in a Section 2 Class A football game.
Petey Raldiris’ 43-yard touchdown run in the third quarter gave the Huskies (1-5) a 21-20 lead. Gloversville added an 8-yard touchdown pass later in the period for some insurance. Continue reading “Section 2 Class A football: Gloversville rallies past Mohonasen for first win of the season”
Glens Falls jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead and held on for a 3-2 victory over Gloversville Friday, Oct. 5, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.
Mitchell Riopelle tallied less than 11 minutes into the game, and Avery Wiggins scored midway through the first half to put Glens Falls (3-8-0) in front. Damian Bruce got Gloversville (2-9-0) on the scoreboard a little more than 10 minutes into the second half, but Nick West struck two minutes later to help the Indians regain their two-goal cushion.
Emran Abbas tallied in the final two minutes to draw Gloversville within a goal, but that was as close as Glens Falls would allow the Huskies to get.
Goalkeeper Ben Difiore had four saves for Glens Falls, while Cayden King and Jacob Kataneksza stopped a combined total of six shots for Gloversville.