Girls Soccer Roundup: Johnstown blanks Broadalbin-Perth, 2-0

Johnstown's Taylor Vose (19) and Broadalbin-Perth's Kacie Corcuera (5) chase down a loose ball during Tuesday's Foothills Council contest at Johnstown High School. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)

JOHNSTOWN — In its final regular-season game, the Johnstown girls soccer team sent it six seniors off with a victory on senior night.

The Lady Bills scored twice in the first half on their way to a 2-0 Foothills Council South Division victory over Broadalbin-Perth at Johnstown High School on Tuesday.

“This was the way we wanted it to go,” Johnstown coach Erica Fitzgerald said of her team’s senior night effort. “We played well.”

Jenna Thompson scored both goals for the Lady Bills and Grace Fitzgerald assisted on both.

“They scored a couple of nice goals in the beginning and it was too much for us to recover from,” Broadalbin-Perth coach Rob Klug said.

Johnstown's Abby Gottung (12) and Broadalbin-Perth's Ava Naple (8) chase down a loose ball during Tuesday's Foothills Council contest at Johnstown High School. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)

Johnstown outshot B-P by an 18-6 margin for the game and a 10-5 margin in the first half.

“I’m very proud of our level of play,” coach Fitzgerald said. “We were definitely more physical than we have been. The first time we played them, the knocked us off the ball and beat us to the ball.”

Hope Buboltz made four saves to post the shutout for Johnstown, which finished with a 5-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Morgan Rossi made 11 saves for the Lady Patriots.

Broadalbin-Perth (6-7-1 overall, 4-7-1 Foothills) is scheduled to host Amsterdam on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Johnstown (6-7-2 overall, 6-5-2 Foothills) now awaits the pairings for the Section II Class B Tournament, which will be announced Monday.

“We should be in good shape for sectionals,” coach Fitzgerald said. “This was a big win for us.”

It was the final regular home game for Johnstown seniors Abby Gottung, Jade VanDuesen, Taylor Vose, Olivia Weiderman, Thompson and Fitzgerald.

Foothills Council

Gloversville 5, Amsterdam 2

AMSTERDAM — Sydney Loux scored twice to lead Gloversville to a Foothills Council South Division victory over Amsterdam at Lynch Literacy Academy on Tuesday.

Angel Anderson had a goal and an assist for the Lady Dragons, while Kendra Lavery and Sierra Roy also scored.

Harmony Philo, Katie Callen and Josie Wood each had an assist for Gloversville, which outshot the Lady Rams by a 16-8 margin.

Deliana Figueroa had a goal and an assist for Amsterdam, while Lydia Iorio also scored.

Katie Hastings made six saves for Gloversville (6-9 overall, 4-8 Foothills), while Jarey Aponte made 11 stops for Amsterdam (2-8-4 overall, 2-7-2 Foothills).

Northern Soccer League

Crown Point 4, Wells 0

CROWN POINT — Shawna McIntosh led Crown Point with a pair of goals against Wells in Norther Soccer League action Tuesday.

Swade Potter and Hannah Palmer added a goal apiece for Crown Point, while Eleanor Harmon collected 11 saves on 12 shots in goal.

Sierra Mauro made 21 stops on 30 shots in net for Wells (4-5-1 overall, 4-5-1 NSL).

On Monday, Joy Trezise connected for the Lady Indians lone goal in a 2-1 home loss to Willsboro.

Center State Conference

Dolgeville 5, Frankfort-Schuyler 2

DOLGEVILLE — Alexis Smith scored twice to lead Dolgeville to a victory over Frankfort-Schuyler.

Gabby Kenyon had a goal and an assist for the Blue Devils, while Isabella Nichols and Kaitlyn LaGrange also scored. Paige Crum, Brianna Lamphere and Riley Lamphere all assists for Dolgeville (10-4-1 overall).

Courtney Madia had a goal and an assist for Frankfort-Schuyler, while Haley Traut also scored. Jamilla Merdanovic added an assist for the Maroon Knights.

Ryanne Williams made 10 saves for Dolgeville, while Charlotte Rodio had 10 saves for Frankfort-Schuyler.


Canajoharie 3, Chatham 3, OT

CANAJOHARIE — Abby Smith scored in the second overtime to help Canajoharie earn a non-league draw with Chatham on Tuesday.

Caitlyn Baker and Allison Lamb scored second-half goals for the Lady Cougars, who rallied from a 2-0 deficit to force overtime.

Alexz Lathers and Smith each had an assist for Canajoharie (12-0-1 overall).

Caroline Paulucci scored twice for Chatham, while Sophia Martino also scored.

Hunter Pitcher made 12 saves for the Lady Cougars, while Summerpreet Kaur made six stops for the Panthers.