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Soccer: Bethlehem boys edge Shaker in Suburban Council showdown

The Bethlehem boys soccer team made an early goal stand up in a 1-0 Suburban Council victory over Shaker Thursday, Sept. 5, in Latham.

Bethlehem received a corner kick one minute into the contest after Shaker’s defense cleared the ball over its own end line. On the corner itself, the ball bounced around the penalty box until Salko Kanic knocked it into the back of the net to give the Eagles the lead.

Both teams had numerous scoring chances throughout the rest of the game, but neither could finish their opportunities. Bethlehem finished the afternoon with 15 shots on goal and six corners, while Shaker registered 17 shots on frame and five corners.

Elsewhere in the Suburban Council, Paul Abatiello scored two minutes into extra time to give Christian Brothers Academy a 3-2 victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.

Abatiello struck in the seventh minute off an assist from Alejandro Torres to put the Brothers ahead 1-0. Jacob Scott converted a penalty kick five minutes later to tie the score at 1-1, but Wyatt Leto tallied in the 29th minute off a feed from Abatiello to give CBA a 2-1 halftime advantage.

Scott scored again two minutes into the second half to knot the score at 2-2 for BH-BL. The game remained deadlocked through the remained of regulation before Abatiello netted the game winner in overtime.

In the Foothills Council, Queensbury tallied four times in the second half to pull away for a 5-0 victory over Hudson Falls. Teddy Borgos scored two goals and added two assists for the Spartans. Peter Crawford, Asa Edwards and Brendan Duffy also recorded goals for Queensbury. Goaltender Joey Lapan made 15 saves for Hudson Falls.

In the Colonial Council, LaSalle edged Schalmont 1-0 on a first-half goal by Bennett Beaulieu. Anthony Rotello had 10 saves in goal to earn the shutout for the Cadets. Ryan Taylor made six saves for Schalmont.

In the Western Athletic Conference, Schoharie downed an undermanned Duanesburg squad 17-0. Noah Fagnani led the Indians with eight goals and two assists. The Eagles dressed only nine players due to low numbers and minimum practice regulations.

In non-league action, Greenwich edged Doane Stuart 4-3. Charlie Gartner and Tommy Abate each scored a goal in the first 12 minutes of the second half to give the Witches a 3-1 lead. AJ Rymph tallied twice for the Witches, while Nelson and Lwel Htoo scored for the Thunder Chickens.

Waterford-Halfmoon shut out Corinth 6-0 in another non-league contest. Nate Powell and Jason Cordts each netted two goals for the Fordians, and goaltender Jake Houle made five saves for the shutout, including one on a penalty kick.

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Scenes from Section 2 boys soccer playoffs: Queensbury reigns supreme in Class A with a convincing win in the finals

COLONIE – Top-seeded Queensbury scored three times in the second half to pull away for a 4-0 victory over Ballston Spa in the Section 2 Class A boys soccer final Tuesday, Oct. 30, at Colonie Central High School.

Teddy Borgos gave the Spartans – New York State’s top-ranked Class A team – a 1-0 lead late in the first half when he converted a penalty kick. Ray Jones headed in a pass from Aidan Jordi-Donnelly eight minutes into the second half to double Queensbury’s advantage, and then Jordi-Donnelly finished a give-and-go with Borgos with a goal to make the score 3-0.

Asa Edwards finished the scoring for Queensbury with a goal off a pass from Borgos, who finished the evening with three points (one goal, two assists).

Queensbury takes on Section 3 champion Fulton in the Class A regional finals Saturday, Nov. 3. Continue reading “Scenes from Section 2 boys soccer playoffs: Queensbury reigns supreme in Class A with a convincing win in the finals”

Foothills Council boys soccer: Six quick goals clinches league title for Queensbury

The Queensbury boys soccer team clinched the Foothills Council regular season title with an 11-0 victory over Scotia-Glenville Tuesday, Oct. 9.

The North Division-leading Spartans (11-0-0 league, 13-1-0 overall) scored six goals in the first 14 minutes of the game, and they never looked back as they cruised past the South Division-leading Tartans (6-5-0, 8-6-0).

Teddy Borgos struck for seven goals, and Peter Crawford contributed three assists to lead Queensbury’s offense. Aidan Jordi-Donnelly, Drew Crawford, Sam Rowley and Asa Edwards also tallied for the Spartans, and Alex Roca chipped in with two assists.

Scotia-Glenville goalkeeper Dominic Jack had eight saves.

Foothills Council boys soccer: Two early goals by Aidan Jordi-Donnelly kickstart Queensbury against Hudson Falls

HUDSON FALLS – Aidan Jordi-Donnelly struck twice within the first 18 minutes of the game to help Queensbury defeat Hudson Falls 7-0 Wednesday, Oct. 3, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.

Jordi-Donnelly scored unassisted at the 12:49 mark to get the Spartans (9-0-0 league, 11-1-0 overall) on the scoreboard. Less than five minutes later, Jordi-Donnelly received a pass from Jared Osika and tallied to make the score 2-0.

Peter Crawford and Teddy Borgos scored goals in the final three minutes of the first half to give Queensbury – the state’s No. 1-ranked Class B boys soccer team – a 4-0 advantage at halftime. Lorenzo Cicogna, Riley Grant and Asa Edwards added goals in the second half.

Goalkeepers Justin Fenton and Joey Potvin stopped a combined total of 11 shots for Hudson Falls (4-6-0, 6-7-0).

Foothills Council boys soccer: Scotia-Glenville outlasts Hudson Falls; Glens Falls edges Amsterdam

Julian Aldi’s goal in the 61st minute proved to be the game winner for Scotia-Glenville in a 4-3 victory over Hudson Falls Friday, Sept. 14, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.

Hudson Falls took a 3-2 lead early in the second half when Shane Grimes scored on a penalty kick, but Jared O’Connor netted the equalizer two minutes later for Scotia-Glenville on a direct kick. Aldi added the go-ahead goal for the Tartans on an individual effort. Continue reading “Foothills Council boys soccer: Scotia-Glenville outlasts Hudson Falls; Glens Falls edges Amsterdam”