JOHNSTOWN - Hope Cerasuolo connected for a pair of second-half goals to help lift the Johnstown Lady Bills to a 3-1 victory over Glens Falls in Foothills Council field hockey action Thursday at Knox Field.
Kelsi Barnholt finished an assist from Mikaela Etherton to give Johnstown an early lead.
However, the Lady Indians answered with Stephanie Eddy scoring off an assist from Minica Harvy.
Johnstown’s Emily Havlicek battles Glens Falls’ Olivia Southworth during Thursday’s Foothills Council field hockey game at Knox Field in Johnstown. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)
Cerasuolo has two unassisted goals in the second half including a one-on-one fast break.
For the match, Johnstown outshot Glens Falls 10-1, while both teams had five penalty corners. Haylee Mello had five saves in the cage for Glens Falls.
Gloversville 1, Hudson Falls 0, OT
GLOVERSVILLE - Whitney Stover came through with the game-winner with one second left in the first 10-minute overtime to give the Huskies the Foothills Council win.
Stover came out of a scramble in front of the goal on a penalty corner and pushed the ball home for the win.
For the match, Gloversville held an 11-6 edge in shots on goal, while leading the Tigers 12-4 in penalty corners.
Queensbury 4, Scotia-Glenville 1
SCOTIA - Katie Zilka and Christie Raymond each scored twice for Queensbury in a win over Scotia-Glenville.
Aisling McAllister had three assists for the Spartans, and Maddie Nelson had one assist.
Zoe Purvis scored the lone goal for Scotia-Glenville on an assist from Alison Stuart.
Lauren DeLor made four saves for Queensbury, while Naudia Smith had 10 stops for Scotia-Glenville (4-9 overall, 3-7 Foothills).