QUEENSBURY — The Amsterdam High School girls soccer team had a two-game win streak snapped Tuesday as the Lady Rams dropped an 11-1 decision on the road to Queensbury.
Grace Clark scored the lone goal for Amsterdam (6-4, 4-4 Foothills Council).
The Lady Rams will return to action with a non-league home game against Northville today at 6 p.m.
Hudson Falls 4,
Broadalbin-Perth 1
Ashleigh Lacy scored two of her three goals in the second half to send the Lady Tigers past B-P.
Kayleigh Lacy added a goal and an assist for Hudson Falls, which also got assists from Annie Kiernan and Taylor Ringer and eight saves from goalie Abra LaFontaine.
Meghan O’Connor scored for B-P, while goalie Morgan Rossi made 14 saves.
Western Athletic Conference
Galway 3,
Fonda-Fultonville 0
Lindsay Zawisa’s 10 kills, three aces and 10 service points helped the Golden Eagles claim a 27-25, 25-10, 25-18 win.
Schuyler Arnold added six aces among her 18 service points for Galway (5-1, 5-1 WAC), which also got six blocks from Sam Grant.
Fonda-Fultonville (2-4, -24) was led by Jillian Wilder’s 19 digs and four aces. Peyton Zilles contributed four kills and four digs, and Hanna Moore distributed 17 assists.
Foothills Council
Queensbury 5, Amsterdam 2
Prabha Singh and Natalie Flint recorded singles wins for Amsterdam in the Lady Rams’ loss to Queensbury.
Singh won the No. 2 singles match over Julia Milza, 6-4, 6-0. In the No. 3 singles match, Flint was a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 winner over over Deanna Lebel.
Western Athletic Conference
Fort Plain-Canajoharie 21, Galway 40
Galway 20, Bishop Gibbons inc.
Fort Plain-Canajoharie 17, Bishop Gibbons inc.
FP-C’s Andrew Yacobucci captured the win by 18 seconds over Galway’s Ryan Ingle in Tuesday’s tri-meet at Galway High School.
Ty Perue and Mike Hoffman took third and fourth for FP-C.
Western Athletic Conference
Fort Plain-Canajoharie 20, Galway 35
Galway 20, Bishop Gibbons inc.
Fort Plain-Canajoharie 16, Bishop Gibbons inc.
Samantha Field, Eliza Cechnicki and Michaela Stockwell swept the top three places to lead Fort Plain-Canajoharie in a sweep of the tri-meet.
Galway was led by Natalie Zembsch in fourth and Ella Decker in fifth.