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Local roundup: Lady Falcons ease past Fort Plain

Saturday, September 21, 2013 - Updated: 4:08 AM

NORTHVILLE -- The Northville Lady Falcons used multi-goal games from three players to down Fort Plain, 7-0, in a Western Athletic Conference girls soccer match Friday.

Northville's (4-3) Lyndsey Wadsworth had three goals, while Taylor Fancher and Veronica Arceri each had a pair of scores.

Wadsworth also had an assist, while Meghan LaPort had a pair of helpers. Sarah Dickey and Mary Ryan also contributed assists. Keeper Mallory Hook made one save in the shutout.

MacKenzie Stevens made four saves for Fort Plain.

Schoharie 4, Mayfield 0

Seana Cleveland scored a pair of goals and registered an assist, as the Indians pushed past the Lady Panthers. Carrie Krohn and Desiree Palmatier also scored for Schoharie (5-0, 3-0).

Mayfield's (0-5), 0-4) Maria Messina made nine saves in net.


Western Athletic Conference

Northville 1, Middleburgh 0

Nick Jonas scored midway through the second half off a pass from Dan Reidell to provide the only scoring in the Falcons' victory.

Northville (4-0-2) keeper Tim Monette had five saves in the shutout.

Northville's next match comes at home, Monday, against Sharon Springs.

Schoharie 3, Mayfield 2

In overtime, the Indians prevailed in Mayfield on a goal from Richie Martino in the 95th minute of action.

For Mayfield, James Winsman and Todd Briggs scored goals, with Briggs also picking up an assists.

Other goals for Schoharie came from Will Vedder and Morgan Horry.


Big 10

Amsterdam 9, Catholic Central 0

No. 6 singles player Gabby DiSalvi posted a 6-0, 6-1 victory to lead the Lady Rams to another team victory.

Amsterdam (7-1, 5-0) received straight-set singles victories from Kristie Kaczmarek, Ella Dybas, Audrey Flint, Arizona Santiago and Caitlin Gannon. In doubles, the teams of Molly Monge and Maddie Janetsky, and Gianna Quatrini and Amber Richardson were also straight-set winners, while the team of Tessa Filiberto and Prabha Singh needed three sets to win its match.


Big 10

Catholic Central 3, Amsterdam 0

The Lady Crusaders rode 12 kills from Jenah Schnellnacher to the victory in three sets: 25-20, 25-15, 25-18.

Amsterdam's Yari Laboy had four kills, while Cassidy Arocho had two aces and a kill.

Colonial Council

Fonda-Fultonville 3, Mechanicville 2

The Lady Braves continued to roll in league play, as F-F won a hard-fought match: 25-16, 24-26, 25-10, 23-25, 25-16.

Miranda Nethaway had 15 kills for F-F (6-1), while Cory Lais added seven kills and three aces. Abby Oliver had five aces and 16 service points.

For Mechanicville (3-4), Alydia Zecca had 20 assists and Paige Phelan had 11 kills.


Colonial Council Championships

Fonda-Fultonville's Adam DeSorbo took second place with a 79 to help the Braves log a third-place team finish in the Colonial Council Championships at the Fairways of Halfmoon.

DeSorbo finished four shots behind medalist Sean Puleo of Albany Academy, who led his team to an overall championship with a team score of 319. F-F's Tony Angioli finished fourth behind Puleo, DeSorbo and Albany Academy's Tom Sneeringer with an 81 as the Braves finished behind Albany Academy and Ichabod Crane in the team race.


Gloversville-Mayfield 114, Amsterdam 60 (Thursday)

Desiree Ives had two individual wins and contributed to a pair of winning relay teams for G-M. Ives was a member of the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams, and was a solo winner in the 200 individual medley and the 100 backstroke.

Kayla Dzikowicz was the AHS' lone winner, taking first place in the 500 freestyle.

-- Staff report


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