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Trevor Junquera/Recorder staff Amsterdam's Maria Lomanto unleashes a shot against Schenectady during a non-league volleyball match on Tuesday.

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Schenectady sweeps AHS

Wednesday, September 03, 2014 - Updated: 10:23 AM

TOWN OF AMSTERDAM -- Jennifer Laven led the way with 13 service points, six aces and 10 assists to lead the Schenectady High School volleyball team past Amsterdam in a three-game sweep Tuesday by scores of 25-19, 25-13 and 25-21.

Cy'Anne Frazier, Josmarie Marrero and Camille Nowak had six kills apiece and Ruverlyn Marrero contributed nine assists for Schenectady.

Amsterdam was led by three kills from Maria Lomanto and three aces and five assists from Brittanie Brown.

The Lady Rams return to action for their Foothills Council opener tonight at Broadalbin-Perth at 6 p.m.

GIRLS TENNIS

Foothills Council

Amsterdam 7, South Glens Falls 0

The Amsterdam High School girls tennis team made a strong first impression in its Foothills Council debut, winning all seven matches in straight sets and dropping just five games as a team.

Kristie Kaczmarek, Caitlin Gannon and Tessa Filiberto all scored 6-0, 6-0 singles victories for Amsterdam. Ella Dybas and Audrey Flint also picked up singles wins in straight sets, as did Amsterdam's doubles teams of Gianna Quatrini and Gabby DiSalvi and Molly Monge and Prabha Singh.

The Lady Rams have another road match today at Hudson Falls before their home opener Friday at 4 p.m. against Glens Falls.

GOLF

Non-league

Amsterdam 166, Schenectady 174

James Phelps and Marc LaBahn led all golfers with matching 38s, as their Amsterdam Rams collected a non-league victory against Schenectady at Schenectady Municipal Golf Course.

Kevin Ottati and Corey Tambasco each had 45s on the par 36 course, while Jon LaBahn had a 46 and Andy Madej needed 47 shots.

Calvin Cleworth led Schenectady with a 39.

     

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