Broadalbin-Perth’s Adrienne Morreale (11) and Cassy Bown (5) go up to block during Tuesday’s match against Amsterdam at Broadalbin-Perth High School. (Adam Shinder/Recorder staff)

Staff Report

BROADALBIN — In bouncing back from their first loss of the season, the Broadalbin-Perth volleyball team wasted little time taking care of business Tuesday night against Amsterdam.

Cassy Bown had nine kills and 16 service points, leading the Lady Patriots in a 3-0 sweep of Amsterdam by scores of 25-4, 25-7 and 25-13.

“I thought we served really well, and when you can keep a team off-balance with your serve, they’re not gonna be able to run an offense,” B-P coach Mike Calvello said. “I thought we did that pretty well tonight. Our passing was pretty good, and we finished well. That’s what we need.”

Olivia Casey and Eliana Fraser added five kills apiece for B-P (7-1, 7-1 Foothills Council), as the Lady Patriots bounced back from Thursday’s loss to South Glens Falls. Lily Mitchell chipped in 13 service points, including a match-best five aces.

Amsterdam (2-7, 2-6) was coming off a 3-0 win Friday against Schuylerville, but head coach Christine Sherlock left Tuesday’s match disappointed with what she saw from her team.

“Every team in the Foothills is a tough team,” Sherlock said. “We just came off a tough run up north, playing those teams up there is running a gauntlet, and we played a lot better against those teams. I don’t know what happened today. It just wasn’t there today at all.”

Alyssa Kuchis led the Lady Rams with three kills, two digs and two blocks. Madison Carmona added three digs and two assists.

Both teams will be back in action tonight. B-P visits Gloversville, while Amsterdam will try to repeat an early-season win when the Lady Rams travel to Scotia-Glenville.

“We’re gonna have to turn the page and hope we can bring our ‘A’ game against Scotia, instead of our ‘Z’ game,” Sherlock said.

Western Athletic Conference

Fonda-Fultonville 3,

Fort Plain 0

Hanna Moore led the Lady Braves with five kills and 15 assists in their 25-15, 25-16, 25-23 win over Fort Plain.

Emilia Vardai-Davidson added four kills and four aces for Fonda-Fultonville.

Sarah Paradiso had three kills, Vikki Wilday finished with eight digs, Lauren Weinberger had five assists and Bela Page served up five aces for Fort Plain.

GOLF

Section II Class B Championships

Broadalbin-Perth finished third behind champion South Glens Falls and Johnstown in the team competition at McGregor Links.

Stuart Bond’s 95 was the low round of the day for the Patriots, but wasn’t enough to advance to next week’s state qualifier.

Ethan Wager of Johnstown tied for the low score of the day with Ichabod Crane’s Trevor Wolfe, shooting an 84.

Section II Class C-D Championships

Fonda-Fultonville’s Adam DeSorbo won the Class C-D title by shooting the low round of the day for all players in Classes B, C and D with a 76.

DeSorbo qualified for the state tournament last season and will head to next week’s qualifying events looking to repeat. He was the lone area golfer to advance to next week.

GIRLS SWIMMING

Amsterdam 96, Gloversville/Mayfield 84

Paige Bertuch, Anastacia Montalvo and Tessa Conti picked up two individual wins apiece as the Lady Rams completed a season sweep of Glovesrville/Mayfield.

Bertuch won the 200-yard individual medley and 100 breaststroke, Montalvo won the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke and Conti was victorious in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle.

Amsterdam also swept all three relay events. Montalvo, Bertuch, Coni and Julianna Busseno won the 200 medley relay, the team of Conti, Montalvo, Azia Aldi and Kelly Kilgallen won the 200 free relay and the foursome of Aldi, Bertuch, Busseno and Kilgallen won the 400 free relay.

Isabelle Willis scored wins in the 200 and 500 freestyles for Glovesrville-Mayfield, and Libbie Sturgess-Mansell won the diving competition.

GIRLS SOCCER

Foothills Council

Schuylerville 3, Amsterdam 0

Cass Cooper, Amy Moreau and Myranda Gale all scored for the Black Horses, who notched all three of their goals in the first half and claimed the victory.

Caitlin Kelleher recorded her 11th shutout of the season for Schuylerville.

Amsterdam got 14 saves from goalie Jarey Aponte.

Queensbury 7, Broadalbin-Perth 0

Izzy Dennison had a goal and two assists, and Cara Parker scored twice to lead the Spartans past B-P.

Queensbury also got goals from Christina Cummings, Rachel Spaulding, Allie Basila and Brigid Duffy.

Morgan Rossi made 14 saves for B-P.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Western Athletic Conference

Fonda-Fultonville 15, Bishop Gibbons inc.

Duanesburg 24, Fonda-Fultonville 31

The Braves’ Aidan Zenzen took third behind the Duanesburg duo of Andy Drescher and Boone Lynch as Fonda-Fultonville pulled out a split during the tri-meet.

F-F also had solid efforts from Myles Andersen in fifth, Shane Viscosi in sixth and Trevor Cline in 10th.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Western Athletic Conference

Fonda-Fultonville 15, Bishop Gibbons inc.

Duanesburg 22, Fonda-Fultonville 34

Hailie LaPratt finished third overall for the Lady Braves, coming in behind Duanesburg’s Elaine Atanasova and Jen Skeeter, as F-F came away from the meet with a split.

Three other Fonda-Fultonville runners finished inside the top 10 overall with Katie Dunham in fifth, Haley Clear in sixth and Hannah Lewis in ninth.