Staff Report

TOWN OF AMSTERDAM — Molly Monge and Natalie Flint recorded singles wins, but that was all the Amsterdam High School girls tennis team could muster Monday in dropping a 5-2 decision to Scotia-Glenville in a Foothills Council match at the AHS tennis courts.

Monge posted a 6-0, 6-2 win in No. 1 singles over Scotia’s Sophia Schaub, while Flint was a 6-1, 6-2 winner in No. 3 singles over Mia Traficante to lead the way for Amsterdam (9-6, 8-4 Foothills).

Natalie Bean, Gabriella Therrien and Cassie Rumfelt picked up singles wins for Scotia-Glenville (11-2, 10-2). The Tartans also swept both doubles matches.

BOYS SOCCER

Foothills Council

Queensbury 1, Broadalbin-Perth 0

Greg Maccharulo’s goal eight minutes into the second half proved to be the difference as Foothills North Division leader Queensbury edged B-P.

Alex Roca assisted on Maccharulo’s goal, and Queensbury got a combined shutout from goalies Ethan Willis and Charles Vergneres.

Ian Halloran turned in a strong performance in goal for B-P, making eight saves.

Western Athletic Conference

Northville 1, Canajoharie 0

Curtis Arnold’s goal in the second half off an assist from Nate Reidell gave the Falcons the win in a tightly-contested battle with Canajoharie.

Northville goalie Andrew Klingbeil recorded the shutout with four saves.

Jared Bentz turned away five shots for Canajoharie.

Galway 3, Schoharie 2

Erik Matthews and Jake Restivo each had a goal and an assist to send the Golden Eagles to victory.

Justin Matthews also scored for Galway, and goalie Henry Flint made 12 saves.

Mitch Barton and Matt Loubier had the goals for Schoharie. The Indians also got an assist from Nathaniel Simmons and six saves from Jake Fagnani.

Middleburgh 2, Fort Plain 1

Antonio Marin and Peyton Olsen scored in the second half to lift Middleburgh to the win.

Ben Healy provided an assist and Will Bankston made six saves in order to preserve the shutout for Middleburgh.

Fort Plain got a dozen saves from goalie Adan Vazquez.

GIRLS SOCCER

Western Athletic Conference

Northville 2, Canajoharie 1

Goals from Jessica Miller and Brytney Moore provided the difference for the Lady Falcons in their win over Canajoharie.

Karlie Foster and Jill Hadland contributed to the winning effort with assists.

Canajoharie got on the board thanks to a goal from Meghan Dingman.

Fonda-Fultonville 7, Duanesburg 0

Alyssa Duval piled up four goals as the Lady Braves rolled to a victory on their Senior Night at John G. Boshart Field.

Sierra Rose added two goals and Emma Rhodes also scored for Fonda-Fultonville.

Mayfield 2, OESJ 1

Cam Meca and Taryn LaFontaine scored eight minutes after in the first half to help the Lady Panthers record the victory.

Bri Hubiak added an assist for Mayfield.

Abby Johnson scored 11 minutes into the second half for OESJ, but Mayfield’s Sydney Benton totaled three saves to preserve the win.

Ashley Shelmandine saved seven shots for OESJ.

Schoharie 3, Galway 1

Goals from Caroline Krohn, Katelyn Krohn and Adrianna Cornell provided Schoharie with the win over Galway.

Abby Wetsel made seven saves in goal for Schoharie.

Leah Vanderhorst scored for Galway, with Izzy Mancini providing the assist. Goalie Grace Montague was credited with 16 saves.

GIRLS SWIMMING

Fonda/Johnstown 92, Emma Willard 

Emily Miles had invidiual wins in the 200-yard individual medley and 100-yard freestyle to lead Fo/Jo to the victory.

Also picking up individual wins for Fonda-Johnstown were Emma Rizzo in the 50 freestyle and Sophia Frenyea in the 100-yard breaststroke. Miles, Frenyea, Emma Rizzo and Abigail Rizzo teamed up for a win in the 400 freestyle relay.