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Johnstown gets past Gloversville, 4-1

Gloversville's Anna Murphy (13), Brooke Dutcher (8) and Johnstown's Grace Giarrizzo (5) battle for control of the ball during a brief snow shower during Wednesday's Foothills Council game at Gloversville High School. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

GLOVERSVILLE — Four different players scored to lead Johnstown to a 4-1 victory over Gloversville in a Foothills Council South Division contest Wednesday at Gloversville High School.

After a scoreless first half, Grace Giarrizzo, Abby Chest, Jaidyn Chest and Chelsea Johnson all scored second-half goalfor the Lady Bills. Jaidyn Chest also assisted on Johnson’s goal.

Taylor Mee scored the lone goal for Gloversville.

Johnstown (4-5 overall, 4-5 Foothills) is scheduled to host Broadalbin-Perth today at Knox Field at 4:30 p.m.

Gloversville (0-10 overall, 0-8 Foothills) is slated to travel to Glens Falls on Saturday for a 10 a.m. contest.

Johnstown's Jaidyn Chest (6) gets a shot off as Gloversville's Anna Murphy (13) challenges the play during foothills Council action Wednesday at Gloversville High School. (The Leader-Hreald/James A. Ellis)

Queensbury 4, Hudson Falls 0

HUDSON FALLS — Brigid Duffy scored three goals to lead Queensbury to a Foothills Council North Division victory over Hudson Falls.

Sarah Sassman also scored for the Spartans, while Christina Cummings had three assists.

Meredith Montgomery added an assist for Queensbury.

Emma Lemery didn’t need to make a save to post the shutout in goal for the Spartans.

Johnstown's Abby Chest (8) and Gloversville's Taylor Mee (19) battle for control of the ball during Foothills Council action Wednesday at Gloversville High School. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

Mikayla Varney made eight stops for Hudson Falls.

The game was called at halftime due to unplayable field conditions.

Non-league

Bethlehem 12, Scotia-Glenville 3

SCOTIA — Katie Sellers finished with five goals and an assist to power Bethlehem to a non-league victory over Scotia-Glenville.

The Eagles scored eight first-half goals on their way to the win.

Marissa Mastracco had two goals and three assists for Bethlehem, Ruth Hotaling posted two goals and two assists, and Joanna VanRoyen scored twice. Katie Hotaling recored a goal and two assists for the Eagles, while Maia Lemov, Chase Livesy and Casey Holstein each had an assist.

Lucy Crounse scored twice for Scotia-Glenville, while Sage Luke had a goal and two assists.

Bella Fuierer had two saves for Bethlehem. Kortney Clark made 12 saves for the Tartans.

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