Tartans deal Johnstown 4-0 Foothills defeat
JOHNSTOWN — On a wet, rainy afternoon, the Johnstown boys soccer team dropped a 4-0 decision to Scotia-Glenville in a Foothills Council South Division contest Thursday at Johnstown High School
Jared O’Connor netted a hat trick and had an assist for Scotia-Glenville.
Julian Aldi also scored for the Tartans, while Dominic Jack added an assist.
Jack finished with three saves to post the shutout for Scotia-Glenville.
Josh Hoyt made 12 saves for the Sir Bills.
Johnstown (3-12 overall, 2-11 Foothills) is scheduled to host Galway today at 7 p.m. in a non-league contest.
Scotia-Glenville (9-6 overall, 7-5 Foothills) is scheduled to travel to Gloversville today for a 4:30 p.m. contest.
Schoharie 6, Canajoharie 3
CANAJOHARIE — Noah Fagnani netted a hat trick to lead Schoharie to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Canajoharie.
Nathaniel Simmons, Skyler Jankowski and Daniel Bernhardt also scored for the Indians.
Jacob Nowalk scored twice for Canajoharie, while Cody Haig scored once.
Bailey Smart made eight saves for Schoharie, while Jared Bentz made 11 saves for Canajoharie.
Lady Patriots get past Amsterdam, 4-1.
BROADALBIN — Brooke Bush scored two goal to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a 4-1 victory over Amsterdam in a Foothills Council South Division girls soccer contest at Patriot Field on Thursday.
Alayna Preston had a goal and an assist for the Lady Patriots, while Kacie Corcuera also scored. Rose Barnhart added two assists for B-P.
Deliana Figueroa scored the lone goal for Amsterdam.
Morgan Rossi (9 saves) and Lauralie Grainer (2 saves) shared the win in goal for the Lady Patriots, while Jarey Aponte made nine stops for the Lady Rams.
Center State Conference
Dolgeville 3, Sherburne-Earlville 0
DOLGEVILLE — Emma Bilinski, Alexis Smith and Gabby Kenyon scored to lead Dolgeville to a shutout victory over Sherburne-Earlville.
The game was called at halftime due to field conditions and player safety.
Rylee Lamphere had an assist for Dolgeville (11-4-1 overall).
Ryanne Williams made one save to post the shutout for Dolgeville, which outshot Sherburne-Earlville, 11-3.
Makayla Cornelius made eight saves for Sherburne-Earlville.