JOHNSTOWN - Kaitlyn Pica scored two goals, leading the Lady Bills to their second straight league win, a 5-0 victory over Hudson Falls.
Diana Horning, Megan Anagnostopulos and Jocelyn Foster each added a goal for Johnstown (2-2-0 overall, 2-1-0 Foothills Council). Ellen Praught made 10 saves.
Nicole Sheloski made 21 saves for Hudson Falls (0-3-0 Foothills Council).
South Glens Falls 4, Queensbury 3
SOUTH GLENS FALLS Sam Blizzard scored two goals, including the game-winner as the Lady Bulldogs pulled out a win over Queensbury.
Shannon Curley had a goal and an assist for South High (3-0-0 Foothills Council), while Paige Howk had a goal and an assist. Sami Hubinsky had an assist. Amy Jagareski made five saves.
Brittany LaPlant scored two goals and had an assist for Queensbury (2-1-0 Foothills Council). Catherine Hand scored the other goal. Sarah O'Brien made nine saves.
Glens Falls 1
QUEENSBURY - Sophie Constantino scored three goals and had one assist, and Maddy Carroll and Max Culhane had two goals apiece as the Lady Tartans pounded Queensbury.
Morgan Bailey had a goal and two assists for Scotia-Glenville (3-0-0 Foothills Council). Rachael Cox, Gracie Mailey and Grace Marola each had a goal and an assist. Megan McGillycuddy scored a goal and Carina Moran had an assist and three saves. Cox also made three saves. Morgan Bailey scored a goal and had two assists.
Miranda Haraughty scored the lone goal for Glens Falls (0-3-0 Foothills Council).
FONDA - Abby Kortz and Meghan Loiselle scored a goal each, and Cohoes defeated Fonda-Fultonville.
Maddie Dupuis made 12 saves for the Lady Tigers.
Cassandra Egelston scored the lone goal for Fonda-Fultonville (0-4-0 overall, 0-3-0 Colonial Council). Guilyan Okosky made 14 saves.
Center State Conference
Mohawk 3, Dolgeville 1
DOLGEVILLE - Mohawk got two second-half goals to defeat Dolgeville.
Mia Lopez, Noel Newkirk and Johna Cusworth each had a goal for the Mohicans (2-1-2 overall, 1-0-1 CSC). Alicia Ceneviva made four saves.
Ashley Mettler scored for Dolgeville (0-3-0 overall, 0-2-0 CSC). Kaylie Darling made 12 saves.