Boys Soccer Roundup: Goodemote’s goal sends B-P past Johnstown, 3-2

Johnstown's Angel Zapata, left, sends the ball upfield as Broadalbin-Perth's Blake Leonard defends during Wednesday's Foothills Council contest at Johnstown High School. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)

JOHNSTOWN — Brady Goodemote scored with 4:12 remaining to lift Broadalbin-Perth to a 3-2 victory over Johnstown in a Foothills Council boys soccer contest at Johnstown High School on Wednesday.

“I’m happy with the win,” Broadalbin-Perth coach Billy Eipp said. “Every time we come to Johnstown, we know it’s going to be a battle and it was again tonight.”

Jared Eipp and Kyle Denman also scored for the Patriots, while Charlie Brown and Spencer Kotwasinski scored for Johnstown.

“We probably played some of the best, if not the best, soccer we’ve played to date,” Johnstown coach Tommy Horning said.

Jared Eipp struck first for B-P, scoring 28 minutes into the game to make it 1-0.

Early in the second half, Denman scored on an assist from Sam Rogers to make it 2-0.

Johnstown clawed its way back into the game, thanks to a pair of penalty kicks.

Brown converted the first with 34 minutes to play, while Kotwasinski converted the second to tie the game at 2-2 with 11:29 remaining.

“We definitely got lucky with the penalty kicks,” Horning said.

Kotwasinski’s penalty kick also saw Quinten Boehme earn his second yellow card of the night, resulting in a red card, meaning B-P would play a man down for the rest of the game.

“The game got a little chippy, which added to the emotions of the game,” Horning said.

Despite having just 10 players on the field, B-P pushed forward in an effort to regain the lead.

The Patriots’ efforts were rewarded when Goodemote scored on a Denman assist with just 4:12 to play.

From there, B-P was able to hang on to its advantage to earn the victory.

Jack Marsden made five saves for the Patriots, while Josh Hoyt finished with six saves for the Sir Bills.

“I think my team played quality soccer.” coach Eipp said. “This was a good win for us.”

Broadalbin-Perth (3-2 overall, 3-2 Foothills) is scheduled to travel to South Glens Falls on Friday for a 4:30 p.m. contest, while Johnstown (1-5 overall, 1-5 Foothills) is slated to travel to Queensbury on Friday for a 4:30 p.m. contest.

Schuylerville 5, Hudson Falls 1

HUDSON FALLS — Mike Lanfear scored three goals to lead Schuylerville to a Foothills Council victory over Hudson Falls.

Matt McCarthy and Jared Everleth each had two assists for the Black Horses, who improved to 6-2 overall and 5-1 in Foothills play.

Carter Lewis scored the lone goal for Hudson Falls (4-3 overall, 3-2 Foothills).

Drew Phillips made three saves for Schuylerville.

Justin Fenton (10 saves and Joe Potvin (4 saves) split time in goal for the Tigers.

Queensbury 7, Glens Falls 0

GLENS FALLS — Queensbury posted is fifth consecutive shutout with its 7-0 victory over the Indians.

Teddy Borgos led the way with three goals for Queensbury. Aidan Jordi-Donnelly had a pair of goals, while Lorenzo Cicogna and Drew Crawford had one goal apiece.

Borgos and Lucas McCane had two assists each, while Jordi-Donnelly and Peter Crawford both had assists.

The Spartans out shot Glens Falls 41-1 and held a 12-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Ben Difore made 25 saves in goal for Glens Falls, while Ethan Willis has one save for Queensbury.


Mayfield 2, Northville 1

JOHNSTOWN — Garret Delaney scored the game-winning goal for Mayfield in a Western Athletic Conference victory over Northville at Fulton-Montgomery Community College.

Anthony Yuret assisted on the goal for the Panthers, who also benefitted from an own goal by the Falcons.

Camron Morehouse scored the lone goal for Northville on an assist from Nate Reidell.

Evan Lehr made four saves for Mayfield (4-0 overall, 2-0 WAC), while Chase Wood made seven stops for Northville (1-4 overall, 1-2 WAC).

Fort Plain 3, Bishop Gibbons 2, OT

SCHENECTADY — Troy Butler scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift Fort Plain to WAC victory over Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons.

Jaxson Yacowenia scored twice and assisted on the game-winning goal for the Hilltoppers, while Ethan Reese had an assist.

Connor Barber and Joseph Matala scored for Bishop Gibbons, while Wil Lawson and Nicholas Gosh each had an assist.

OESJ 4, Middleburgh 3, OT

MIDDLEBURGH — Jack Brundage netted a hat trick, including the game-winning goal in overtime, to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to a WAC victory over Middleburgh.

Zach Mosher had a goal and an assist for the Wolves, while Andrew Snell finished with two assists.

Mason Snell added an assist for OESJ (4-0 overall, 2-0 WAC).

Kaurice Bell, Eoin Delaney and Andrew Johns scored for Middleburgh (1-2 WAC).

Adan Vasquez made four saves for the Wolves.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo 6, Fonda-Fultonville 0

BERNE — Andrew Drescher finished with a hat trick to lead Berne-Knox-Westerlo to a WAC victory over Fonda-Fultonville.

Ezeke Pulliam, Dylan Mosbey and Jovan Afzali also scored for the Bulldogs, who outshot the Braves, 15-2.

Mekeel Christian 4, Schoharie 2

SCOTIA — Daniel McCarty scored twice to lead Mekeel Christian Academy to a WAC victory over Schoharie at Maalwyck Park.

Lens Lima had a goal and an assist for the Lions, while Brian Dean also scored.

Quin Barton scored twice for Schoharie, while Noah Fagnani had two assists.

Ilan Martuscello made 15 saves for Mekeel Christian, while Eddie Bond made seven stops for Schoharie.


Sharon Springs 5, Canajoharie 0

SHARON SPRINGS — Marco Santoro scored twice to lead Sharon Springs to a victory over Canajoharie.

Connor Mickel and Jayden Kendle each had a goal and an assist for the Spartans (1-3 overall), while Isaac VanArsdale also scored.

Canajoharie (1-3-1 overall) is scheduled to host Dolgeville in a non-league contest Monday at 4:30 p.m.