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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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Six Queensbury players selected as first team all-stars by the Foothills Council boys soccer coaches

Six Queensbury players – including league MVP Ray Jones – were selected as first-team all-stars by the Foothills Council boys soccer coaches.

Jones anchored a Queensbury defense that allowed a total of 10 goals during its run to the Class A state semifinals. Along the way, the Spartans posted a seven-game shutout streak against Foothills Council opponents and allowed league opponents a total of four goals during the regular season.

Four Schuylerville players and three South Glens Falls players made the first team, with the rest coming from Scotia-Glenville and Hudson Falls.

The Foothills Council boys soccer all-stars are as follows: Continue reading “Six Queensbury players selected as first team all-stars by the Foothills Council boys soccer coaches”

Section 2 Class B boys soccer playoffs: Schalmont, Ichabod Crane among first round winners

Quarterfinal match-ups are now set in Class B, as eight boys soccer teams advanced to the next round of the Section 2 playoffs Wednesday, Oct. 17.

Top-seeded Schalmont (14-1-2) shut out Colonial Council rival Cohoes 4-0 in Rotterdam. Dom Scalice tallied twice for the Sabres, who shook off a slow start to pull away with three second-half goals. Zach Metzold and Dylan Martin also scored goals.

Goalkeeper Jordan Prouty made 12 saves for No. 16 Cohoes (3-15-0). Continue reading “Section 2 Class B boys soccer playoffs: Schalmont, Ichabod Crane among first round winners”

Foothills Council boys soccer: Queensbury wraps up perfect league season with win over South Glens Falls; Hudson Falls prevails over Glens Falls

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 off a pass from Teddy Borgos and added an unassisted goal to give the Spartans (13-0 league, 15-1 overall) a 2-0 lead in the first half. Lanning Torebka followed his own missed shot with a goal in the 56th minute to draw the Bulldogs (9-4, 10-6) within striking distance, but Queensbury held on for the victory. Continue reading “Foothills Council boys soccer: Queensbury wraps up perfect league season with win over South Glens Falls; Hudson Falls prevails over Glens Falls”

Foothills Council boys soccer: Queensbury remains perfect in league with win over Amsterdam; Hudson Falls ends skid with victory over Broadalbin-Perth

League-leading Queensbury withstood Amsterdam goalkeeper Ian Healy’s outstanding performance to defeat the Rugged Rams 3-1 Thursday, Oct. 4, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.

Healy kept the Spartans (10-0-0 league, 12-1-0 overall) off the scoreboard in the first half and finished the game with 19 saves. However, he couldn’t stem the tide forever, as Queensbury pulled ahead on goals by Peter Crawford and Teddy Borgos in the final 21 minutes. Continue reading “Foothills Council boys soccer: Queensbury remains perfect in league with win over Amsterdam; Hudson Falls ends skid with victory over Broadalbin-Perth”

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: Amsterdam survives Johnstown’s late rally; South Glens Falls shuts out Hudson Falls

A potential blowout turned into a shootout, as Amsterdam hung on for a 7-6 victory over Johnstown Friday, Sept. 28, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.

The Rugged Rams (4-6) took a 7-1 lead on Raul Cruz’s goal in the 53rd minute before the Sir Bills (1-8) closed the game on a 5-0 run. Matt Boyle and Charlie Brown each scored a pair of goals during Johnstown’s furious rally. Continue reading “Foothills Council boys soccer: Amsterdam survives Johnstown’s late rally; South Glens Falls shuts out Hudson Falls”

Foothills Council boys soccer: Broadalbin-Perth defeats Glens Falls; Amsterdam surprises Hudson Falls

Broadalbin-Perth pulled out a 2-0 victory over Glens Falls in a Foothills Council boys soccer game Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Brady Goodemote scored in the 14th minute, and Ian Dingman tallied less than 11 minutes into the second half for the Patriots (5-3-0). Hunter Marks assisted on both Broadalbin-Perth goals.

John Marsden had four saves in goal for Broadalbin-Perth, while Ben Difiore stopped seven shots for Glens Falls (2-7-0).

Elsewhere in the Foothills Council, Amsterdam (3-6-0) surprised Hudson Falls 1-0. Rico Reyes scored on a penalty kick in the 72nd minute for the game’s lone goal.

Amsterdam goalkeeper Ian Healy had six saves to earn the shutout, while goalie Justin Fenton stopped five shots for Hudson Falls (6-5-0).

Hudson Falls boys soccer fends off Lansingburgh rally

LANSINGBURGH – Nik Heasley’s two second-half goals helped Hudson Falls edge Lansingburgh 3-2 Friday, Sept. 21, in a non-league boys soccer game.

Heasley scored off an assist from Shane Grimes in the 51st minute to give the visiting Tigers (6-4) a 2-0 lead. Andrew Trolio trimmed Hudson Falls’ advantage to 2-1 on a goal seven minutes later, but Heasley struck again off a Carter Lewis pass to put the Tigers up a pair of goals.

Michael Palermo tallied in the 71st minute to draw Lansingburgh (3-5) close once again, but Hudson Falls was able to hang on for the victory,

Lewis had a first-half goal, and goalkeeper Justin Fenton had 11 saves for Hudson Falls.

Foothills Council boys soccer: Queensbury remains unbeaten in the league with victory over South 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 A squad overcame a shaky start against South High (4-3 league, 5-5 overall) and got the game’s first goal when Peter Crawford scored off a feed from Aidan Jordi-Donnelly a little more than two minutes before halftime. Brendan Duffy added an insurance goal with less than 14 minutes left in regulation for the Spartans (7-0, 9-1). Continue reading “Foothills Council boys soccer: Queensbury remains unbeaten in the league with victory over South Glens Falls”