Tag: Taconic Hills girls soccer

Patroon Conference girls soccer: Taconic Hills edges Cairo-Durham on Senior Night

Taconic Hills avenged an earlier 3-0 loss to Cairo-Durham by defeating the Mustangs 1-0 Thursday, Oct. 11, in a Patroon Conference girls soccer game.

The Titans held possession for much of the match, but they didn’t get on the scoreboard until Chandler Hoose scored with 18:41 left in the second half off a pass from Macayla Sparacino.

Cairo-Durham goalkeeper Amber Powell stopped 14 shots.

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Patroon Conference girls soccer: Taconic Hills handles Hudson

Alexandra Skabowski’s two-goal, one-assist evening led Taconic Hills to a 6-1 victory over Hudson in a Patroon Conference girls soccer game Monday, Oct. 1.

Chandler Hoose, Jaclynn Boyd and Katelyn Hotaling all contributed a goal and an assist for the Titans, who out-shot Hudson 16-2. Hailee West had the other Taconic Hills goal.

Rahqeil Lebon tallied for Hudson.

Patroon Conference girls soccer: Catskill shuts out Taconic Hills

Catskill defeated Taconic Hills 4-0 in a Patroon Conference girls soccer game Wednesday, Sept. 12.

Jenna Quick had two goals and an assist for the Cats. Katie Bulich contributed a goal.

Patroon Conference girls soccer: Taconic Hills shuts down Hudson

Chandler Hoose’s hat trick helped Taconic Hills defeat Hudson 6-0 Tuesday, Sept. 11, in a Patroon Conference girls soccer game.

Ally Skabowski chipped in with a pair of goals, and Katelyn Hotaling added another for the Titans, who earned their first league win of the season. Six different players contributed assists – Isabelle Hamann, Macayla Sparacino, Hailee West, Marleah Perry, Amanda Rustick and Marissa Kernan.

Taconic Hills outshot Hudson 31-2.

Non-league girls soccer: Lake George ties Sauquoit Valley; Taconic Hills edges Berlin

The Lake George girls team settled for a 1-1 tie against Section 3’s Sauquoit Valley at the Hall of Fame Tournament Sunday, Sept. 9, at Herkimer County Community College.

Sarah Kohls scored off a Gabby Marchello assist in the 12th minute to give Lake George a 1-0 lead. However, Alyssa Shepherd tallied three minutes into the second half for Sauquoit Valley, and neither team could pull ahead. Continue reading “Non-league girls soccer: Lake George ties Sauquoit Valley; Taconic Hills edges Berlin”

Patroon Conference girls soccer: Chatham edges Taconic Hills on a late goal

Chatham edged Taconic Hills 1-0 Thursday, Aug. 30, in a Patroon Conference game on a goal by Julia Rose late in the second half.

Taconic Hills had the better of play in the first half, but Chatham goalkeeper Sophia Martino kept the game scoreless by making several saves. The Panthers applied pressure on the Titans’ back line in the second half before Rose broke the scoreless tie with 2:38 left in regulation off a pass from Abby Hoag.

Lauren Adamo stopped 10 shots between the posts for Taconic Hills.

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.

Taconic Hills girls soccer has an ambitious plan for 2018

Taconic Hills

Head coach: Patrick McDonald

Last year’s record: 2-13-1

Playoff result: N/A

Returning starters: Alexandra Skabowski (senior center back), Chandler Hoose (forward/midfielder), Jaclynn Boyd (senior left back), Amanda Rustick (senior midfielder), Marleah Perry (junior midfielder/center back), Clare Howard (sophomore forward/midfielder), Macayla Sparacino (sophomore center back)

Graduated: Catherine Shadic (goalkeeper), Ella Wolfe (midfielder/defensive back), Nicole Kernan (defensive back), Katie Prack (midfielder/forward), Lexi Schiable (midfielder/forward), Carolee Depuy (transferred to Catskill)

Newcomers: Katelyn Hotaling (junior right back/forward), Julianna Carrasquillo (junior midfielder/goalkeeper), Hannah Wolfe (junior midfielder/forward), Marissa Kernan (sophomore midfielder/forward /defender), Hailee West (sophomore midfielder/forward), Isabelle Hamann (freshman midfielder/forward/center back), Lauren Adamo (freshman goalkeeper/midfielder), Imogen Drake (freshman midfielder/forward), Cecilia Gitt-Henderson (midfielder/forward), Violet Middlebrook (freshman defensive back/midfielder)

Outlook for season: Despite losing five key players to graduation, including a first team Patroon Conference All-Star goalkeeper (Shadic), and another to a transfer, McDonald said he believes Taconic Hills is ready for a strong 2018 season.

[The] team has good varsity experience at important positions,” said McDonald. “Our team speed is going to be hard to keep pace with. Our possession and movement off the ball have improved dramatically.”

Ultimately, Taconic Hills wants to be a contender for the Patroon Conference title.

They really want to win games while representing Taconic Hills with pride and respect,” said McDonald. “If we continue to practice hard and hold solid possession with a means of going forward and finishing, we will have success.”