Tag: Catholic Central boys soccer

Section 2 Class C boys soccer round-up: Greenwich downs Canajoharie; Waterford-Halfmoon advances on penalty kicks

The quarterfinal field is set in the Section 2 Class C boys soccer playoffs following Thursday’s opening round.

No. 6 Greenwich (9-6-2) dispatched No. 22 Canajoharie 8-2 in Greenwich. The Cougars (2-14-2) got on the scoreboard first on Walfre Vasquez’s goal three minutes into the first half, but the Witches scored eight unanswered goals to end Canajoharie’s upset bid.

Charlie Gartner recorded a hat trick, and Liam Kelleher contributed a goal and an assist for Greenwich. AJ Rymph, Bill Bink, Hunter Dixson and Connor Smith also tallied for the Witches. Continue reading “Section 2 Class C boys soccer round-up: Greenwich downs Canajoharie; Waterford-Halfmoon advances on penalty kicks”

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Section 2 Class C boys soccer playoffs: Catholic Central, Schoharie among teams advancing past preliminary round

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”

Colonial Council boys soccer: Catholic Central squeaks past Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk; Mohonasen and Schalmont play to a scoreless tie

Catholic Central hung on for a 3-2 victory over Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk in a Colonial Council boys soccer game Friday, Oct. 5, in Troy.

Lucas Kania and Liam McDonald each had a goal and an assist to lead the Crusaders’ balanced attack. Joe Piperata also scored for Catholic Central, and goalkeeper Noah Miller made two saves.

Bryan Schwabrow tallied for RCS, and goalie Shane Racey stopped seven shots.

Elsewhere in the Colonial Council, Mohonasen and Schalmont played to another scoreless tie. Mohonasen goalie Tyson Hallberg stopped four shots, while Schalmont netminder Ryan Taylor made five saves.

It was Schalmont’s fourth consecutive overtime game and its second tie during the stretch.

Waterford-Halfmoon shuts out Catholic Central in non-league boys soccer game

Hunter Guertin had a hat trick before halftime to lead Waterford-Halfmoon to a 4-0 victory over Catholic Central in a non-league boys soccer game Monday, Oct. 1, in Troy.

Guertin’s first goal came on a penalty kick midway through the first half. On his second goal, Guertin received a 30-yard pass from Tyler Galarneau and dribbled it around the Catholic Central goalkeeper before putting it into the open net. The Fordians received another penalty kick in the final minute of the half, and Guertin capitalized on it for a 3-0 lead.

Catholic Central started strong in the second half, but Waterford-Halfmoon weathered the pressure. Galarneau then tallied on a rebound in the 51st minute to extend the Fordians’ lead to 4-0.

Bobby Valigorsky made six saves in goal for Waterford-Halfmoon, while Noah Miller had nine saves for Catholic Central.

Colonial Council boys soccer: Rotterdam rivals play to scoreless tie; Catholic Central edges Cohoes

The first Colonial Council boys soccer battle between Rotterdam rivals Mohonasen and Schalmont ended in a scoreless draw Saturday, Sept. 29.

Most of the action was in the midfield, as neither side generated many quality shots on goal. Schalmont goalkeeper Ryan Taylor had four saves, while his Mohonasen counterpart, Tyson Hallberg, stopped three shots to keep a clean ledger.

Elsewhere, Catholic Central pulled out a 3-2 victory over Cohoes. Lucas Kania tallied twice, Joe Piperata contributed a goal and Noah Miller had six saves between the posts for the Crusaders.

Jarron Frangie and Adrian Sherman scored Cohoes’ goals, and goalies Paul Jewett and Jordan Prouty had a combined total of seven saves.

Colonial Council boys soccer: Schalmont pulls away from Catholic Central

ROTTERDAM – Schalmont scored three goals in the second half to pull away for a 4-0 victory over Catholic Central Monday, Sept. 24, in a Colonial Council boys soccer game.

Ryan Edwards scored twice in the first 20 minutes of the second half to lead the Sabres (7-1-0 league, 8-1-0 overall). Edwards’ first goal was shot near the back line and curled off the back post into the Catholic Central goal. The sophomore then tallied off a through ball from Matt Horwedel for his 12th goal of the season.

Edwards also assisted on Dom Scalice’s first-half goal for Schalmont. A corner kick that deflected off a Catholic Central defender for an own goal finished the scoring.

Catholic Central goalkeeper Noah Miller made nine saves.

Colonial Council boys soccer: Ichabod Crane defeats Catholic Central

TROY – Ichabod Crane got back to its winning ways with a 3-1 victory over Catholic Central Friday, Sept. 14, in a Colonial Council boys soccer game.

Giovanni Gomez, Anthony Lopez and Logan Groat tallied for the Riders, who were coming off their first league loss in nearly two years when they fell to Schalmont 4-1 on Sept. 12.

Lucas Kania scored a goal for Catholic Central, and goalkeeper Noah Miller made six saves.

Colonial Council boys soccer: LaSalle upends Schalmont on the road; Catholic Central cruises past Cohoes

LaSalle began its Colonial Council season by pulling away for a 3-1 road victory at Schalmont Thursday, Aug. 30.

Colin Giombetti scored off an assist from Sam Haita less than 10 minutes into the first half to put the Cadets in front. Giombetti then fed Tyler Trahan for LaSalle’s second goal early in the second half. Trahan tallied again by intercepting a back pass to the Schalmont goalkeeper.

Ryan Edwards scored of a Luca Santabarbara assist with 17 minutes left in the game for Schalmont.

LaSalle goaltender Anthony Rotello made 11 saves, while Schalmont netminder Ryan Taylor stopped eight shots.

In another Colonial Council contest, Catholic Central downed Cohoes 5-1. Liam McDonald led the Crusaders with two goals and two assists, while Lucas Kania added a goal and two helpers. Devon Harrigan and Daniel Callaghan each added a goal.

Jarron Frangie tallied for Cohoes, and goalkeepers Paul Jewett and Jordan Prouly combined to stop eight shots.

Tuesday roundup: Voorheesville girls soccer shuts out Cobleskill-Richmondville; Catholic Central boys soccer handles Hoosic Valley

The Voorheesville girls soccer team began its Colonial Council season by shutting out Cobleskill-Richmondville 5-0 Tuesday, Aug. 28.

After taking a 1-0 lead on Rebecca Gregg’s first-half goal, the Blackbirds broke things open with a four-goal second half. Jayden Kelly netted two of the goals, while Kaelyn Lawson and Morgan Keith tallied the other two.

Voorheesville outshot Cobleskill-Richmondville 21-2. Bulldogs’ goaltender Sydney Dymes made 16 saves.

Elsewhere in the Colonial Council, Schalmont scored three straight goals to defeat Catholic Central 5-3, and Academy of Holy Names defeated Ichabod Crane 5-0. Five different players scored goals for Holy Names in its victory.

In the Foothills Council, South Glens Falls defeated Johnstown 5-1, Scotia-Glenville shut out Schuylerville 7-0, Queensbury handled Amsterdam 5-0, Broadalbin-Perth defeated Hudson Falls 3-0 and Gloversville downed Glens Falls 8-1.

Greenville defeated Taconic Hills 3-0 in a Patroon Conference contest. Meghan Misuraca, Morgan Whitbeck and Isabella Trostle scored the Spartans’ goals, and Bailie Kappel added an assist.

Boys soccer

Catholic Central eased past Hoosic Valley 8-0 in a non-league boys soccer game in Troy.

Lucas Kania and Aidan Brown each scored two goals for the Crusaders. Joe Piperata, Peter Manly, Liam McDonald and Colby Beach also tallied, and Daniel Callaghan added a pair of assists.

Hoosic Valley goalkeepers James Robert and Isaac Carco combined to stop six CCHS shots.

Girls volleyball

Greenville began the girls volleyball season with a 3-0 sweep against Albany Leadership Academy. The Spartans won their three sets by scores of 25-13, 25-12 and 25-8.