Lady Dragons finish season with victory
GLOVERSVILLE — Taylor Mee scored four goals to lead Gloversville to a 6-0 victory over Hudson Falls in a Foothills Council crossover contest Saturday at Gloversville High School.
With her four-goal effort, Mee finished her career with 42 goals for the Lady Dragons.
Katie Callen and Alexandra Albanese also scored for Gloversville, which led 5-0 at the half. Melia Stoller had four assists for the Lady Dragons, while Anna Murphy and Meredith Dennie each had an assist.
Dennie and Airianna Brown shared the shutout win in goal for Gloversville.
Scotia-Glenville 2, Queensbury 0
SCOTIA — Rylee O’Connor and Lucy Crounse scored to lead Scotia-Glenville to a 2-0 victory over Queensbury in a Foothills COuncil crossover contest between the South and North Division winners.
Kortney Clark made three saves to post the shutout for the South Division-winning Tartans.
Emma Lemery finished with 11 saves for Queensbury, which won the North Division.
By PAUL WAGER
SCHUYLERVILLE — Matt Stampfli and Sam Tyler scored to lift Schuylerville to a 2-1 victory over Gloversville in a Foothills Council boys soccer crossover contest Saturday at Schuylerville High School.
Liam Armstrong and Reid Rockhill each had an assist for the Black Horses.
Doug Cook scored the lone goal for Gloversville on an assist from Emran Abbas.
Griffin Brophy made two saves for Schuylerville (7-6-1 overall).
Justin Kemmet made seven saves for the Dragons, who were outshot by a 6-4 margin.
Gloversville posted a 5-8 overall record during the Fall II season.
Broadalbin-Perth 4, South Glens Falls 2
SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Sam Rogers netted a hat trick and had an assist to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a victory over South Glens Falls in a Foothills Council crossover contest Saturday.
Alex Rogers also scored for the Patriots, while Nick Bianco added two assists.
Christian Paris and Xander Novack scored for South Glens Falls, which finished with the Fall II season with an 8-6 overall record.
Ian Schwartz made eight saves for B-P, which finished its Fall II season with a 9-5 overall record.
Hudson Falls 12,
HUDSON FALLS — Tyler Cook and Brayden Becker each finished with three goals four assists to power Hudson Falls to a 12-0 victory over Johnstown in a Foothills Council crossover contest Saturday.
James Prakelt and John Gomez each had a goal and an assist for the Tigers, while Carter White, Chris Petteys, Isaac Krasniewski and Joe Lapan also scored. It was Lapan’s first varsity goal. Dillon Kilmartin added an assist for Hudson Falls.
Lapan (7 saves) and Mitchell Harrington (1 save) shared the shutout in goal for the Tigers, who finished the season with a 3-10 overall record.
Cam Sweet made eight saves for Johnstown, which lost 4-0 at home to Hudson Falls on March 19.
The Sir Bills finished the season with an 0-14 overall record.
Scotia-Glenville 1, Queensbury 0, OT
SCOTIA — Kofi Jack scored the only goal of the game six minutes into overtime to lead Scotia-Glenville to a victory over Queensbury in the Foothills Council championship game.
Micah Hughes assisted on the goal for the Tartans, who also won the Foothills South Division title.
Zach Place made five saves to post the shutout in goal for Scotia-Glenville (11-3 overall).
Kyle Fitzgerald and Sean Seeley combined to make four saves for Queensbury (8-5-1 overall).
C-FP defeated Cohoes, 22-0
Dolgeville won 40-14 over Frankfort-Schuyler
HERKIMER — Rylee Lamphere recorded 15 digs, 10 assists, eight kills and four aces to lead Dolgeville to a 3-1 victory over Herkimer in a Center State Conference victory Saturday.
The Blue Devils lost the first set 25-21 before winning the final three sets by scores of 25-17, 25-22 and 25-13.
Mackenzie Farquhar had 13 assists, four aces, three digs and a kill for Dolgeville (8-0 overall), while Ashlynne Seeley posted 12 digs, 11 kills and two aces.
Brianna Bruce registed six kills, two aces and a block for the Blue Devils, Morgan Beaulieu had four digs and four aces, and Maighen Ehrle had eight digs. Laikyn Cramer-Snowman posted seven digs for Dolgeville, Annaliese Davies had three digs and Charlie Davies added two kills.
The Blue Devils are scheduled to host Herkimer on today at 6:30 p.m.