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F-J outswims Amsterdam

Thursday, October 11, 2012 - Updated: 7:49 PM

Staff report

Erica Askew, Hannah Palsgraf, Cecelia Mowrey and Meghan Bartlett each recorded a pair of individual wins, and the Fonda-Johnstown girls swim team won all 11 events Wednesday to post a 103-53 win over Amsterdam.

Bartlett won the 50-yard freestyle and the diving competition, Askew won the 100-yard freestyle and 100 breaststroke and Palsgraf collected wins in the 200 free and 100 fly, while Cecelia Mowrey won the 200 individual medley and the 500 free. Fonda-Johnstown also got a victory from Kayla Woodman in the 100 backstroke and swept the three relay events.

Amsterdam got a pair of second-place finishes from Justine Youngs in the 100 breaststroke and 500 freestyle.

BOYS SOCCER

Mayfield 6, Duanesburg 0

Jordan Ryder and Dylan Toscano each recorded a hat trick as the Panthers cruised to a rout of Duanesburg.

Josh Ivancic provided three assists for Mayfield, while Toscano and James Winsman also provided helpers. Ryan Hennessy and Luke VanNostrand combined to make three saves and post the shutout win.

Duanesburg got 14 saves from keeper Zach Wissenbach.

Northville 1, Middleburgh 1

Tyler Henderson scored on an assist from Jimmy Grega early in the second half to help Northville tie Middleburgh.

Sean Green scored the lone goal for Middleburgh.

Northville (5-3-2, 7-3-2) outshot Middleburgh 23-14.

Tim Monette and Dylan Spencer combined for eight saves for Northville.

GIRLS SOCCER

Western Athletic Conference

Middleburgh 2, Northville 0

Keira Morgan and Kendra Wood each scored in the first half to lead Middleburgh past Northville.

Megan Hagadorn made eight saves to record the shutout for Middleburgh, while Northville goalkeeper Joanna Schulte stopped 17 of Middleburgh's 21 shots.

Duanesburg 2, Mayfield 1

Duanesburg's Andrea Barton scored Duanesburg's opening goal and assisted on Kayla Smalls' game-winner as the Eagles edged Mayfield.

Amanda Goodwin and Nicole Cassale combined for 11 saves to earn the victory for Duanesburg.

Emily Cromie scored for Mayfield off an assist from Mariah Monroe, while Lady Panthers keeper Jennifer Little recorded 17 saves.

VOLLEYBALL

Foothills Council

Broadalbin-Perth 3,

Glens Falls 0

Chelsea LeBlanc notched five kills, four aces and three blocks as the Lady Patriots dominated in a 25-9, 25-13, 25-9 sweep of Glens Falls.

Caitlin Rasfeske added eight assists, two kills and two digs for B-P (8-4, 7-4 Foothills), which also got six assists, two aces and a dig from Keyana Fariello.

Western Athletic Conference

Galway 3, Canajoharie 0

Emily Orminski racked up 20 service points -- including five aces -- 15 assists and four kills as the Lady Eagles powered to a 25-12, 25-10, 25-14 sweep.

Emily Zawisa posted a team-high seven kills for Galway, which also got four kills from Chelsea Cucci.

Shyanna Logan led Canajoharie with four kills, four digs and two aces, while Emma Stortecky contributed eight assists.

Saratoga Central Catholic 3, Fort Plain 0

Megan McDonough's 10 assists and Natalie Pikus' eight kills and five digs paced the Saints to a 25-14, 25-14, 25-19 sweep.

Myah Ondreko had a team-high 10 points for Spa Catholic.

Cheyanne Walters had nine points and Shawna Cotton added eight service points for the Lady Hilltoppers.

MEN'S COLLEGE

SOCCER

Clinton Community College 2, Fulton-Montgomery College 1

Jordan Knight scored his second goal of the game on an 83rd minute penalty kick to give Clinton CC a hard-fought win over F-MCC.

After F-MCC went ahead on Jeahoon Chun's strike from just outside the box in the 60th minute, Knight tied the game in the 81st when he headed in a corner kick from Jaime Davison. Two minutes later, F-MCC's Ben Morey was called for a foul in the corner of the Raiders' penalty area and Knight converted from the penalty spot to give the Cougars the winning goal.

F-MCC nearly tied the game with two minutes left when Khala Yaya Al Hassan -- who assisted on Chun's opening goal -- sent a cross into the box that Shane Raymond got on the end of, but headed inches wide of the goal.

Austin Lee made six saves for F-MCC (3-10-0), while Clinton's Travis Agoney stopped four shots.

     

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