The Recorder

Canajoharie cruises past Whitehall

CANAJOHARIE — The Canajoharie-Fort Plain football team exorcised a few demons Friday night, powering to a 32-0 victory over recent nemesis Whitehall in a Section II Class D contest to remain undefeated on the season.
Nick Kocjan threw touchdown passes to Joe Nare and Isaiah Logan, while Logan added a short touchdown run in addition to his touchdown catch, and C-FP (5-0) forced a legion of turnovers to power to victory.
Christian Herget recovered a pair of fumbles to lead the Cougars’ defense, taking one in for a touchdown after a botched punt snap by the Railroaders (3-2).
Sam Terwilliger added a touchdown run for C-FP as the team increasing its impressive scoring margin on the season to 191-25.
Schuylerville 49,
Broadalbin-Perth 10
After B-P took a 3-0 lead through one quarter on Jack Marsden’s field goal, the Horses responded with three second-quarter touchdowns and three more in the third to pull away in the Class B North Division contest and remain perfect on the season.
B-P (2-3, 0-2 Class B North) will host Hudson Falls this Friday night and travel to Johnstown in Week 7, needing at least a split of those games to lock up a playoff spot.
Hoosick Falls 33,
Fonda-Fultonville 13
Sam Richard ran for three touchdowns and threw for another to lead Hoosick Falls to a win over Fonda-Fultonville.
For F-F, quarterback John Mancini scored on a 3-yard run and tossed a 5-yard touchdown pass to Jon Flander.
BOYS SOCCER
Foothills Council
Scotia-Glenville 5, Amsterdam 0
Nathan Cieszynski, Ryan Marhafer, Conor McLaughlin, Jared O’Connor and Jacob Rousseau each scored a goal to lead Scotia-Glenville to win over Amsterdam.
Scotia-Glenville (7-0-2) outshot Amsterdam, 12-6.
Yony Batres stopped seven shots in goal for Amsterdam (2-0-9).
GIRLS SOCCER
Non-league
Fonda-Fultonville 3, Broadalbin-Perth 2 (OT)
Alyssa Duval tallied two goals and an assist and Emma Rhodes added a goal and an assist to lead Fonda-Fultonville to an overtime win over Broadalbin-Perth.
Naomi Fraser and Halley Parrotti each scored a goal for B-P.
Both teams fired seven shots on goal.
Ryleigh Hesch had seven saves for F-F while Morgan Rossi stopped seven shots in the net for B-P.
Dolgeville 4, Canajoharie 2
Rylee Lamphere ended up with two goals and one assist and Emma Balinski and Alexis Smith added a goal apiece to lead Dolgeville to a win over Canajoharie.
Madison Koelbl scored by goals for Canajoharie. Meghan Dingman and Madison Crouse each added an assist.
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Foothills Council
Amsterdam 3, Schuylerville 0
Madi Carmona compiled 10 service points, nine assists and three kills and Alyssa Kuchis added nine kills and one ace to lead Amsterdam to a victory over Schuylerville.
Amsterdam (2-6) won by scores of 25-22, 25-18, 25-14.
Adriana Santiago contributed to the win with seven kills and one ace and Alex Iglesia chipped in with 11 assists.
Western Athletic Conference
Mekeel Christian 3, OESJ 0
Clare Nelson tallied 14 digs, seven kills and five service points to lead unbeaten Mekeel Christian to a victory over Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville.
Mekeel Christian (7-0) won by scores of 25-10, 25-9, 25-22.
OESJ falls to 3-4 on the season.
Non-league
Fonda-Fultonville 3, Gloversville 0
Taylor Etherton finished with seven digs and five kills and Emilia Vardai-Davidson chipped in with six kills and two aces to help Fonda-Fultonville defeat Gloversville.
F-F (2-5, 3-5) won by scores of 25-15, 25-18, 25-18.
Allison Codi added five kills and three aces and Hanna Moore finished with 17 assists to help the Lady Braves.
GIRLS TENNIS
Schoharie 4, Amsterdam 3
Amsterdam won the top three singles matches, but could not gain a win in the fourth and fifth singles and two doubles matches in a loss to Schoharie.
Amsterdam’s number-one seed Molly Monge was impressive, posting a solid 6-2, 6-1 victory over Belle Antonvich. Also, Amsterdam’s number two player Prabha Singh won 6-2, 6-3 and Lady Rams’ number three singles player Natalie Flint was victorious 6-7 (2-7), 6-1, 6-3.