Tag: Jacob Kataneksza

Foothills Council boys soccer: Teddy Borgos adds to his goal total in Queensbury’s win over Glens Falls; Gloversville edges Amsterdam

Teddy Borgos followed up his seven-goal performance against Scotia-Glenville with a four-goal afternoon in Queensbury’s 7-1 victory over Glens Falls Wednesday, Oct. 10, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.

Queensbury’s seniors also performed well in their final home game of the regular season. Lorenzo Cicogna had a goal and an assist, Aidan Jordi-Donnelly contributed three assists and Ray Jones added a goal for the Spartans (12-0-0 league, 14-1-0 overall). Sam Rowley also tallied, and Alex Roca chipped in with two assists. Continue reading “Foothills Council boys soccer: Teddy Borgos adds to his goal total in Queensbury’s win over Glens Falls; Gloversville edges Amsterdam”

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Foothills Council boys soccer: Glens Falls fends off Gloversville’s second-half rally

Glens Falls jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead and held on for a 3-2 victory over Gloversville Friday, Oct. 5, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.

Mitchell Riopelle tallied less than 11 minutes into the game, and Avery Wiggins scored midway through the first half to put Glens Falls (3-8-0) in front. Damian Bruce got Gloversville (2-9-0) on the scoreboard a little more than 10 minutes into the second half, but Nick West struck two minutes later to help the Indians regain their two-goal cushion.

Emran Abbas tallied in the final two minutes to draw Gloversville within a goal, but that was as close as Glens Falls would allow the Huskies to get.

Goalkeeper Ben Difiore had four saves for Glens Falls, while Cayden King and Jacob Kataneksza stopped a combined total of six shots for Gloversville.

Foothills Council boys soccer: Ryan Melucci’s hat trick leads Hudson Falls past Johnstown

Hudson Falls scored three consecutive goals in the second half to pull away for a 4-2 victory over Johnstown Thursday, Sept. 6, in a Foothills Council boys soccer game.

Ryan Melucci broke a 1-1 tie four minutes into the second half, and then he struck in the 53rd minute to give the Tigers (3-0 league, 4-0 overall) some breathing room. Continue reading “Foothills Council boys soccer: Ryan Melucci’s hat trick leads Hudson Falls past Johnstown”