Staff Report

Sydnee Smith had a hat trick, leading the undefeated Scotia-Glenville girls soccer team to a 7-0 win over Amsterdam in Foothills Council South Division action Wednesday at Lynch Literacy Academy.

Alexis Zatlokowicz, Annika Nielsen and Lauren Zeglen added a goal an assist each for the Tartans. Tanya Leggiero also scored, while Peyton Culhane and Annamarie Piccirillo provided two assists each.

Goalies Gwen Currie and Lauren Hosner made four combined saves to post the shutout.

Amsterdam goalie Jarey Aponte made 12 saves.

Western Athletic Conference

Fonda-Fultonville 4, Fort Plain 3

Emma Rhodes exploded for three goals and Alyssa Duval added a goal and three assists to lead Fonda-Fultonville to a win over Fort Plain.

Stella Williams chipped in with an assist for the winners.

Ryleigh Hesch stopped 12 shots in the net for F-F.

Emile Swank, Kendra Przestrelski and Faith Rende each scored a goal for Fort Plain.

Jayden Cotton recorded 15 saves for Fort Plain.

Mayfield 3, B-K-W 0

Lindsey Hampton scored twice and Cam Meca had a goal and an assist in the Lady Panthers’ win.

Anna Gates and Sydney Sheldon added assists for Mayfield, and goalie Syd Benton needed just one save to notch the shutout.

Nikki Filkins made nine saves for B-K-W.

OESJ 5, Mekeel Christian 1

Alexis Klock’s hat trick paced the Lady Wolves to victory.

Kamden Battisti and Jazmine Mumford also found the back of the net for OESJ.

Mekeel Christian got its lone goal from Jo Galarneau.

Northville 2, Middleburgh 1

Hannah Coupas scored twice in a nine-minute stretch in the second half as Northville continued its stellar season with a comeback win over Middleburgh.

Karlie Foster made six saves to preserve the win for the Lady Falcons.

Middleburgh got a first-half goal from Olivia Hamm, assisted by Becky Bruno. Goalie Ruby Acker was credited with 16 saves.

Schoharie 9, Canajoharie 1

Hat tricks from Carrie Krohn and Katie Krohn helped Schoharie race past Canajhoarie.

Adrianna Cornell and Maddie Phelan each had a goal and an assist for the Lady Indians. Meghan Krohn’s goal rounded out the scoring. Schoharie also got two assists from Katie Krohn and one helper from Carrie Krohn.

Kylee Rickard scored for Canajoharie.

BOYS SOCCER 

Western Athletic Conference

OESJ 7, Mekeel Christian 1

Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville erupted for six goals in the first half en route to an easy 7-1 victory over Mekeel Christian Academy.

Jack Brundage and Trent Barker scored two goals apiece for OESJ. Mason Snell, Colby Cover and Braden Fredericks chipped in with a goal apiece.

Barker also had two assists.

Andrew Ahlquist scored the lone goal for Mekeel Christian.

Elias Sanchez recorded two saves in the net for OESJ.

Fonda-Fultonville 1, Fort Plain 0 (OT)

Evan Wieczenski scored the golden goal with 64 seconds left in overtime as the Braves came away with a thrilling win under the lights at John G. Boshart Field.

Non-league

Scotia-Glenville 5, Galway 1

Jared O’Connor had two goals and an assist, and the Tartans scored four times in the second half to pull away from Galway.

Scotia-Glneville also got a goal each from Dominick Jack, Jacob Rousseau and Kyle Steele. David Currie, Jacob McKenzie and Keith Ogden contributed assists.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Western Athletic Conference

Mayfield 3, Fort Plain 0

Emily Mormando tallied 17 service points and 16 assists and Mikayla Myers added six kills, three aces and one block to lead Mayfield to a win over Fort Pain.

Mayfield (6-3, 7-4) won by scores of 25-14, 25-12, 25-18.

Taylor Proctor chipped in with six kills, five digs and two assists and Katie LaGrange finished with eight service points for the winners. Also, Samantha Kent tallied four kills and Elis Hart finished with six service points, including three aces.

Cara Porter had eight digs and two blocks and Kaylee Atkins added four kills and four aces to lead Fort Plain (0-10). Also, Bella Page chipped in with 15 digs and Laurn Weinberger finished with four service points.

Foothills Council

Johnstown 3, Scotia-Glenville 0

Mackenzie Ward tallied seven service points, 20 assists and one dig to lead Johnstown past Scotia-Glenville.

Johnstown won by scores of 25-10, 25-14, 25-16.

Sadie Blowers helped out with 10 service points and five digs.

TUESDAY’S GAMES

BOYS SOCCER

Foothills Council

Johnstown 3, Amsterdam 0

Charlie Brown scored two goals and Spencer Kotwasinski added another goal to lead Johnstown to a win over Amsterdam.

Peter Vandenburgh and Jordan Snell chipped in with an assist apiece for the winners.

Alex VanDeusen stopped eight shots in the net to record the shutout for Johnstown.

Yony Batres recorded three saves for Amsterdam.