Whitehall limited Crown Point (Section 7) to nine points in the first half on its way to a 48-35 victory Monday, Feb. 4, in a non-league girls basketball game.
Zoe Eggleston had 17 points for the Railroaders, who built a 21-9 lead at halftime and increased their advantage to 19 points in the third quarter. Kyrie Smith contributed 11 points, and Jessica Moore added nine points and 10 rebounds.
Shawna McIntosh scored 16 points, and Hannah Palmer chipped in with 14 points for Crown Point. Continue reading “Non-league girls basketball: Whitehall eases past Crown Point”
Albany Academy for Girls built an eight-point halftime lead and held on for a 49-42 victory over Madrid-Waddington (Section 10) in a non-league girls basketball game Friday, Dec. 7.
Aaliyah Juste netted 17 points to lead Albany Academy for Girls. Mianna Jackson contributed eight points, while Cydney Owens and Sarah Richardson each added seven points.
Morgan Burns scored 12 points, and Emma Plumley chipped in with 11 points for Madrid-Waddington.
The Mohonasen girls basketball team made a successful Colonial Council debut by defeating Lansingburgh 62-46 Friday, Nov. 30, in Rotterdam.
Breanna Lott poured in 32 points to lead the Mighty Warriors. Patience Riley scored 12 points for Lansingburgh.
In other Colonial Council action, Albany Academy for Girls defeated Watervliet 51-38, and Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk won a defensive battle with Cohoes 34-26. Continue reading “Colonial Council girls basketball round-up: Mohonasen wins league opener; Albany Academy for Girls defeats Watervliet”
LOUDONVILLE – Albany Academy for Girls went on a 21-4 run in the first quarter on its way to a 62-35 road victory over Loudonville Christian in a non-league girls basketball game Wednesday, Nov. 28.
Three players reached double digits for Albany Academy, led by Mianna Jackson’s 14 points. Cydney Owens and Aaliyah Juste each chipped in with 12 points, while Sarah Richardson and Meleena Ottati added nine points apiece.
Sky Householder netted 11 points, and Victoria Ralston contributed nine points for Loudonville Christian.
Academy of the Holy Names junior Ava Panto was named the Player of the Year when the Colonial Council announced its girls soccer all-stars Wednesday, Nov. 7.
Panto scored a team-high 38 goals and added eight assists to help Holy Names win the Colonial Council Liberty Division and the Section 2 Class B titles.
Four more Holy Names players – Megan Marini, Bella Tronco, Marissa DeMartino and Grace Field – were named first team all-stars. Schalmont, Voorheesville and Mohonasen also had four players selected to the first team. Continue reading “Colonial Council girls soccer coaches name Ava Panto Player of the Year”
Academy of the Holy Names jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 4-1 victory over Albany Academy for Girls Monday, Sept. 17, in a Colonial Council girls soccer game.
Libby Harris and Marissa DeMartino scored off Megan Marini assists in the first half for Holy Names. Ava Panto tallied twice in the second half – one off an assist from Sam Germano, and the other off a pass by DeMartino. Continue reading “Colonial Council girls soccer: Holy Names pulls away from Albany Academy; Mohonasen shuts out Cobleskill-Richmondville”