Top-seeded Queensbury (16-1-0) pulled out a 3-0 victory over No. 8 Scotia-Glenville in the Section 2 Class B boys soccer quarterfinals Friday, Oct. 19. The Tartans (10-8-0)… Read more “Section 2 Class A boys soccer: Queensbury gets past stubborn Scotia-Glenville; Ballston Spa edges Averill Park”
The Queensbury boys soccer team capped a perfect run through the Foothills Council with a 2-1 victory over South Glens Falls Friday, Oct. 12. Brendan Duffy scored… Read more “Foothills Council boys soccer: Queensbury wraps up perfect league season with win over South Glens Falls; Hudson Falls prevails over Glens Falls”
It took three goals in the second half for Scotia-Glenville to get past Amsterdam 3-0 Friday, Sept. 21, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game. Aidan Nichter… Read more “Foothills Council boys soccer: Three late goals propel Scotia-Glenville past Amsterdam; South Glens Falls blanks Glens Falls”
Queensbury remained the only undefeated boys soccer team in the Foothills Council with a 2-0 victory over South Glens Falls Wednesday, Sept. 19. The state’s top-ranked Class… Read more “Foothills Council boys soccer: Queensbury remains unbeaten in the league with victory over South Glens Falls”
The Queensbury boys soccer team took over sole possession of first place in the Foothills Council with a 5-0 victory over Hudson Falls Monday, Sept. 10.
Aidan Jordan-Donnelly notched the first two goals for the Spartans (4-0 league, 6-1 overall) off assists from Lorenzo Cicagno. Brendan Duffy then headed home a corner kick from Teddy Borgos to put Queensbury ahead 3-0 before halftime.
Drew Crawford and Lucas McCane added goals in the second half, and goalkeeper Ethan Willis made five saves to pick up a combined shutout with Jack Sylvia for Queensbury. Justin Fenton and Joe Potvin had a combined total of 13 saves for Hudson Falls (3-1, 4-2).
The Scotia-Glenville boys soccer team scored twice in the first 20 minutes of the game on its way to defeating Amsterdam 3-0 Friday, Aug. 31, in a… Read more “Foothills Council boys soccer report: Scotia-Glenville shuts out Amsterdam; South Glens Falls downs Glens Falls”