GLENVILLE — Despite an individual win from Olivia Lazarou in the girls race and a runner-up finish from Trevor Dzikowicz in the boys race, the Amsterdam High School cross country teams were swept by Scotia-Glenville in the season-opening dual meet for the Rams at Indian Meadows Park.
The Scotia-Glenville girls pulled out a 24-31 win over Amsterdam, with Delaney Krogh, Laura Meade and Courtney DiCarlo taking up the top three places behind Lazarou. The Amsterdam senior finished the 2.85-mile race in 18 minutes, three seconds to win by more than a minute.
Amsterdam also had Lauren Santiago in fifth, Brook Marshall in seventh, Kayla Sondrup in eighth and Skylar Grybos in 10th to round out its scoring fivesome.
The Scotia-Glenville boys had seven of the top eight finishers, led by Nate Tabbert in first, to notch a 19-42 win over Amsterdam.
The Rams were led by Dzikowicz, who finished 13 seconds behind Tabbert. Daniel Bublak was ninth and Marcos Santiago finished 10th for the Rams.
Broadalbin-Perth 24, Johnstown 33 (Boys)
Micah Smith, Devin Becker and Wyatt Couperus finished second through fourth to help B-P overcome Johnstown.
Johnstown’s Gabe Cole edged out Smith by 0.3 seconds for the individual win.
Broadalbin-Perth 26, Johnstown 29 (Girls)
B-P had four of the top six finishers, led by Samantha Murphy and Jordyn DeNeuville in second and third, to pull out the close win over Johnstown.
Johnstown’s Julia Sarullo was the individual winner.
Western Athletic Conference
Canajoharie 3, Fort Plain 1
Kayla Mastin finished with 16 kills, six digs and three blocks to lead the Cougars to the win by scores of 25-23, 20-25, 25-16 and 25-17.
Sydney Shepard added nine aces and nine assists for Canajoharie, while Julia Viscusi finished with a match-high 18 service points.
Autumn Dodson led Fort Plain with six kills. Cara Porter added three aces and three blocks, Lauren Weinberger finished with 10 assists and 12 service points and Bella Page contributed a match-best eight digs.
Galway 3, Mayfield 0
Emma Smith’s 11 kills and 15 digs paced the Golden Eagles in a sweep of Mayfield by scores of 25-14, 25-21 and 25-6.
Sam Grant added seven kills and five blocks for Galway (3-1, 3-1 WAC), while Abbie Pritchard had 15 digs and Lindsay Zawisa contributed eight kills and 10 digs.
Mikayla Myers led Mayfield (4-2, 3-1) with six kills. Emily Mormando had eight assists and seven digs, and Katie LaGrange totaled 11 digs.
Scotia-Glenville 5, Amsterdam 2
Molly Monge and Natalie Flint had singles wins for the Lady Rams, but it wasn’t enough to prevent a loss to Scotia-Glenville — Amsterdam’s first league loss of the season.
Monge continued her stellar season in the No. 1 singles spot with a 6-1, 2-6, 6-2 win over Sophia Schaub. Flint was a straight-sets winner over Mia Traficante.
Natalie Bean, Gabriella Therrien and Cassie Rumfelt were singles winners for Scotia-Glenville. The Tartans also swept the doubles matches.
Broadalbin-Perth 152, Scotia-Glenville 162
Mike Piska took medalist honors with a 36, while Dom Zippiere and Connor Canale each carded rounds of 37 to lead a strong performance in B-P’s win.
Stuart Bond shot 42 to round out the scoring for the Patriots. Justin O’Neil had the best scorecard for Scotia-Glenville with a 38.