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Trevor Junquera/Recorder staff Alex Bond of Broadalbin-Perth drives the ball during a match Wednesday at Holland Meadows Golf Course.

Trevor Junquera/Recorder staff Broadalbin-Perth's Noah Scott watches his ball flight during a Foothills Council match Wednesday at Holland Meadows Golf Course.


Local roundup: Getman, Bond lead B-P golf

Thursday, September 04, 2014 - Updated: 1:39 PM

GLOVERSVILLE — Brett Getman fired a 33 and Alex Bond added a 35 to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a 150-194 victory over Gloversville in a Foothills Council boys golf match Wednesday at Holland Meadowns.

Noah Scott helped the Patriots (5-1) with a 40 and Trevor Hemstreet added a 42.

Kyle Jonston led Gloversville with a 45.

Scotia-Glenville 171, Johnstown 174

Mike Dwyer’s medalist round of 40 led the Tartans to a narrow victory.

Scott Stopera added a 43 for Scotia-Glenville, which also got rounds of 44 from Tyler Popp and Matt Gonzalez.

Ben Wager’s nine-hole score of 41 led the Sir Bills. Chris Geleta shot 42, while Ethan Wager logged a 45 and Ben Russo carded a 46.

Western Athletic Conference

Duanesburg 11.5, Fort Plain 3.5

Nick Loukides took medalist honors with a 49 to lead Duanesburg to victory.

Tom Cassale added a round of 50 for the Eagles.

McKay Nare’s 50 and Kenny Travis’ 55 topped the scorecard for Fort Plain.


Western Athletic Conference

Northville 7, Canajoharie 0

Dustin Buyce and Danny Reidell each collected two goals to lead the Falcons to their season-opening victory.

Reidell also had a pair of assists, while Buyce had one.

Northville scored five of its goals in the first half before adding two more after the intermission.

Also scoring for Northville were Skyler Buyce, Michael Intelisano and Wolfgang Reinke.

Northville’s Dylan Moore made two saves in the shutout.

Saratoga Central Catholic 3, Mayfield 2

Todd Brigs scored twice in the first half for the Panthers, but SCC struck twice after halftime to erase the Panthers’ lead.

Liam Rice scored all three of the Saints’ goals, as SCC rallied for the win.

Jack Albertin had assists on both of Briggs’ goals.


Western Athletic Conference

Middleburgh 2, OESJ 1

Marilyn Hanley scored the game-winning goal with 35 seconds to play as Middleburgh won a thriller over defending Section II Class D champion Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville.

Carley Ryan also scored for Middleburgh, while Kiera Morgan made 12 saves to backstop the victory.

Alexis Romeyn scored the lone goal for the Lady Wolves, who got six saves from keeper Leann Clark.

Mayfield 8, Saratoga Central Catholic 0

The Lady Panthers scored three goals in the first half before breaking the game fully open in the second half.

Julie Hampton assisted on the first two Mayfield scores of the game, and scored a pair of goals later in the contest to help lead the Lady Panthers.

Alyssa Davis scored three goals for Mayfield, while Stacia Sakadolsky had two and Shelby Dopp opened the game with her only goal.

Jill Chase, Taylor Fancher and Janessa Smith each had an assist for Mayfield.

Fancher made two saves in net, while Megan Frasier had one stop to combine for the shutout.

Foothills Council

Scotia-Glenville 8, Broadalbin-Perth 0

Gracie Mailey scored three times to lead the Tartans to the victory.


Foothills Council

The Amsterdam High School girls tennis team continued its strong opening week of action, as the Lady Rams topped Hudson Falls, 7-0, in Foothills Council action.

Each of the Lady Rams’ singles players and doubles teams won in straight sets. Now 2-0 in the Foothills Council, the Lady Rams have not lost a set of action in their new league.

No. 1 singles player Kristie Kaczmarek scored a 6-2, 6-0 victory; No. 2 singles player Ella Dybas won a 6-1, 6-0 decision; No. 3 singles player Audrey Flint went 6-2, 7-5; No. 4 singles player Caitlin Gannon was a 6-0, 6-2 winner; and, No. 5 singles player Tessa Filiberto was a 6-0, 6-0 winner.

In doubles action, the Lady Rams’ top team of Gianna Quatrini and Gabby DiSalvi was a 6-0, 6-1 winner, while the duo of Molly Monge and Prabha Singh won 6-0, 6-0.

Scotia-Glenville 7, Johnstown 0

The Tartans won each match in straight sets, including four matches with 6-0, 6-0 scores.

Johnstown No. 1 singles player Angelee Smith had the most competitive match of the day for the Lady Bills, losing to S-G’s Sam Montague, 6-2, 6-1.


Western Athletic Conference

Galway 3, Saratoga Catholic 0

Rachel Sherman led the way with 12 points, seven kills and six aces as the Golden Eagles swept their way to a 25-9, 25-11, 25-20 win in their season opener.

Rachel Jones added 15 points, three aces and a kill for Galway. Brittany Orminski chipped in 12 points, six kills and two aces and Emily Zawisa had six kills and four blocks.

Liza Orsini led Saratoga Catholic with six points, two aces and a kill. Bridget Naughton and Grace Fornabia also had two aces apiece for the Lady Saints, while Kaylie Fish had two assists.

Canajoharie 3, Middleburgh 1

Gracie Adams had eight kills, eight aces and 21 service points as Canajoharie rallied from dropping the first game to pick up a 23-25, 25-16, 27-25, 25-18 victory.

Brittani Nestle added seven kills, seven aces and 11 digs for Canajoharie. Emma Stortecky added 15 assists and 14 service points, while Ashley Darling had eight kills for the Lady Cougars.

Sunny Dickerson’s 11 kills, five aces and 12 digs led Middleburgh. Saige Burton chipped in five kills and eight assists, Deana Keller added nine assists and Courtney Wright contributed seven digs.

Fort Plain 3, OESJ 0

The Lady Hilltoppers collected the season-opening league win with scores of 25-20, 25-15 and 25-22.

Ang Gomez had eight aces and four kills to lead Fort Plain, while Cheyann Walters collected seven kills. Catherine Subik added seven assists to help the Fort Plain offense, and Brandy Walters had six assists.

For OESJ, Katie Pabis had seven digs, while Kendell Sweeney had five assists and five digs.

Foothills Council

Johnstown 3, Gloversville 0

Annie Stock racked up 13 kills, 14 digs and an ace as the Lady Bills cruised to a 25-10, 25-13, 25-15 sweep of Gloversville.

Morgan Catania added 19 assists, four kills, 12 service points and three digs for Johnstown. Jerica Holland chipped in nine kills, eight assists and four digs, while Madison Smrtic had nine digs and drilled four aces among her 15 service points.

For Gloversville, Jenna Putnam had four assists and five kills, while Christina Pavlovsky had seven assists.


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