Tag: Troy girls soccer

Section 2 Class A girls soccer playoffs: Mohonasen shuts out Gloversville in opening round; Lansingburgh, Scotia-Glenville and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake advance

Liv Raucci scored a pair of goals and assisted on another to lead No. 6 Mohonasen to a 3-0 victory over No. 11 Gloversville in the opening round of the Section 2 Class A girls soccer playoffs Tuesday, Oct. 16, in Rotterdam.

Matti Muller also tallied for the Mighty Warriors, and Hailey Dunsmore contributed an assist.

Mohonasen advances to the Sectional quarterfinals Thursday, Oct. 18, against No. 3 Queensbury. Continue reading “Section 2 Class A girls soccer playoffs: Mohonasen shuts out Gloversville in opening round; Lansingburgh, Scotia-Glenville and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake advance”

Suburban Council girls soccer: Troy shuts out Albany

An Abby Burns goal was all Troy needed to edge Albany 1-0 Thursday, Oct. 4, in a Suburban Council girls soccer game.

Burns scored off of Kristen Paravella’s assist in the first half to put the Flying Horses in front, and goalkeeper Maddie Rifenberick made it stand by stopping three shots for the shutout.

Albany goalies Sophia Goldsmith and Polina Cassella had a combined total of six saves.

Suburban Council girls soccer: Shenendehowa defeats Saratoga Springs; Bethlehem knocks off Guilderland

The Shenendehowa and Bethlehem girls soccer teams kept pace with each other in the pursuit of the Suburban Council Blue Division title with victories Thursday, Sept. 27.

Shen (6-1-2 league, 7-2-2 overall) shut out Saratoga Springs 1-0, while Bethlehem (7-1-0) defeated Guilderland 2-0.

Sophia DeMura tallied late in the first half to give Shen its lead, and goalkeeper Jen Kirker stopped six shots for the shutout. Natalie Jillson had nine saves for Saratoga Springs. Continue reading “Suburban Council girls soccer: Shenendehowa defeats Saratoga Springs; Bethlehem knocks off Guilderland”

Suburban Council girls soccer: Saratoga Springs shuts out Troy

Saratoga Springs scored four times in the second half to pull away for a 6-0 victory over Troy Wednesday, Sept. 26, in a Suburban Council girls soccer game.

Liz Herman scored two goals in the first 15 minutes, and Mia DiBlasi tallied twice in the final 13 minutes to lead Saratoga’s offense. Julia DiMenna and Schuyler Eddy each contributed a goal and an assist.

Maddie Rifenberick had 19 saves in goal for Troy.

Suburban Council girls soccer: Ballston Spa upends Guilderland; Saratoga Springs and Averill Park play to a draw

Ballston Spa shut out Guilderland 2-0 Saturday, Sept. 22, in a Suburban Council girls soccer game.

Caitlin Wania and Sarah Siergenza struck for goals early in the first half to give the Scotties (4-3-1) the lead, and goalkeeper Shayla Andress made them stand by stopping six Guilderland shots.

Goalie Kiersten Becker had three saves for the Lady Dutch (5-3-2). Continue reading “Suburban Council girls soccer: Ballston Spa upends Guilderland; Saratoga Springs and Averill Park play to a draw”

Suburban Council girls soccer: Saratoga Springs hands Bethlehem its first loss; Shenendehowa and Guilderland play to a tie

The race for the Suburban Council Blue Division girls soccer title became tighter Thursday, Sept. 20.

Saratoga Springs (3-1-2 league, 4-1-2 overall) handed Bethlehem (5-1-0, 6-1-0) its first loss of the season by beating the Lady Eagles 2-0. Meanwhile, Shenendehowa (4-1-2, 5-2-2) tied Guilderland (5-2-2, 6-2-2) to a 2-2 tie in Clifton Park. Continue reading “Suburban Council girls soccer: Saratoga Springs hands Bethlehem its first loss; Shenendehowa and Guilderland play to a tie”

Catholic Central defeats Troy in battle of two city girls soccer teams

TROY – Catholic Central pulled away for a 3-0 victory over Troy in a battle of two of the city’s girls high school soccer teams Tuesday, Sept. 18.

Emily Drake tallied in the first half to give Catholic Central a 1-0 lead. She later assisted on Madison Clermont’s second-half marker, and Claudia Fountain tallied on a second-half penalty kick for the Crusaders.

Goalkeeper Maddie Finn had 12 saves for Catholic Central, while Troy netminder Maddie Rifenberick stopped 14 shots.

Suburban Council girls soccer: Shaker hands Guilderland its first loss; Averill Park shuts out Troy

Shaker used a balanced attack to defeat Guilderland 4-0 in a Suburban Council girls soccer game Saturday, Sept. 15, in Guilderland Center.

Hannah Guidi and Olivia Martuscello tallied in the first half to give the Blue Bison (4-1-3) a 2-0 lead. Julia Roemer and Moe Robinson scored in the second half, and goalkeeper Carina Johnson stopped seven shots to pick up the shutout. Continue reading “Suburban Council girls soccer: Shaker hands Guilderland its first loss; Averill Park shuts out Troy”

Suburban Council girls soccer: Guilderland remains unbeaten with victory over Colonie, while Troy defeats Schenectady

The Guilderland girls soccer team improved its record to 6-0-1 with a 5-1 Suburban Council victory over Colonie Thursday, Sept. 13.

Margot Nezaj and Marissa Gordon tallied in the first half to stake the Lady Dutch to a 2-1 halftime lead. Cara Mortati, Alex Gavigan and Riley Grimm added second half goals. Mortati and Gavigan also had assists, as did Jamie Golderman, Lauren Conti and Maddie Sullivan. Continue reading “Suburban Council girls soccer: Guilderland remains unbeaten with victory over Colonie, while Troy defeats Schenectady”

Suburban Council girls soccer: Saratoga Springs defeats Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake; Shenendehowa pulls away from Troy

Three goals in the final 15 minutes of regulation helped Saratoga Springs defeat Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 5-1 in a Suburban Council girls soccer game Tuesday, Sept. 11.

After Katie Ramos pulled the Spartans within a goal midway through the second half, Ainsley Cumming struck for two goals in a six-minute time span to push the Blue Streaks’ lead to 4-1. Rory Taylor added an insurance goal with less than two minutes left in regulation for Saratoga Springs (2-0-2 league, 3-0-2 overall). Continue reading “Suburban Council girls soccer: Saratoga Springs defeats Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake; Shenendehowa pulls away from Troy”