ALTAMONT — Fonda-Fultonville’s Adam DeSorbo birdied four of his last six holes to shoot a 74 Thursday, fighting his way onto the Section II team for the NYSPHSAA Golf Championships for the second straight year thanks to his performance in the Section II qualifier at Orchard Creek Golf Club.
DeSorbo finished with a two-day score of 155 to make the nine-player state team that will take part in the tournament from June 2-4, 2018, at Cornell University.
Also making the state team was Galway’s Ryan Lovelass, who shot a round of 76 on Thursday to finish with a two-round score of 154 that was good for fifth overall.
Bethlehem’s Austin Fox carded a 72 on Thursday to finish the qualifier with the winning score of 145.
Section II’s top nine were Fox, Nolan Crowley of Saratoga, Aidan Seery of Guilderland, Paul Goetz of Shenendehowa, Lovelass, DeSorbo, Ryan Bloomer of Hoosick Fals, Reed Boduch of Greenwich and Will Braxton of Saratoga. Tyler Gregory of Niskayuna and Ryan Davis of Bethlehem earned the two alternate spots.
Queensbury 6, Amsterdam 1
Greg Maccharulo recorded a hat trick, and the Spartans scored four goals in the second half to finish off an undefeated season in the Foothills with a win over Amsterdam.
Ray Jones, Matt Ricciardelli and Charles Vergneres also scored for Queensbury (16-0, 13-0 Foothills). Zach Wiekierak added two assists, with Maccharulo, Aidan Jordi-Donnelly and Teddy Borgos providing one assist each.
Queensbury finished with a 21-9 advantage in shots on goal.
Amsterdam got on board quickly as Ever Arevalo scored 35 seconds into the match, but Jones equalized nine minutes later and the Spartans surged to victory.
Rams (4-11, 2-10) goalie Yony Batres made 15 saves.
Brodalbin-Perth 3, Amsterdam 0
Cassy Bown had seven kills, four aces and 11 service points as the Lady Patriots cruised to a win by scores of 25-7, 25-5 and 25-14.
Eliana Fraser had a match-high nine kills for B-P. Maddie Fariello had five aces among her 17 points, and Tesa Brody served up 15 points with three aces.
Amsterdam was led by three kills and one block from Alyssa Kuchis along with three kills and one assist from Madi Carmona.
Fonda-Johnstown 88, Hudson Falls-South Glens Falls 68
FO-JO won seven of the first nine events, then contested the last two as exhibitions to pick up the win.
Emma Rizzo won the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard backstroke for FO-JO. Sophia Frenyea added a win in the 200 freestyle, Abigail Rizzo won the 100 butterfly and Emily Miles won the 100 freestyle. Miles was also victorious as an exhibition swimmer in the 100 breaststroke.
Fonda-Johnstown won the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay as competitive events and won the 400 freestyle relay as an exhibition.
“We all had a great emotional roller coaster of a meet on senior night,” Miles said. “FO-JO took another win for the last time this season at our home pool.”
MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
Fulton-Montgomery CC 1, Adirondack CC 0 (OT)
Cameron Biche headed in a lofted pass from Matthew Smrtic with 58 seconds left in overtime for the golden goal as the Raiders won their home finale Wednesday.
F-MCC improved to 6-5 with the win and will wrap up its regular seson Saturday with a 1 p.m. road game against Finger Lakes.