Broadalbin-Perth sweeps Amsterdam

Thursday, September 29, 2016 - Updated: 7:14 AM

Alex Cooper / Recorder staff Broadalbin-Perth's Tesa Brody (11) attempts a kill during the game against Amsterdam on Wednesday, September 28, at Broadalbin-Perth High School.
BROADALBIN -- Jordan Marshall had a match-high 10 kills and contributed five aces among her eight service points as the Broadalbin-Perth girls volleyball team notched a 3-0 win over Amsterdam in Foothills Council action Wednesday.

B-P (6-1, 6-1 Foothills) won by scores of 25-16, 25-15 and 25-10. Madison Fariello had a huge game at the service line for B-P with 30 points, including nine aces. Fariello also led B-P with 11 assists. Cassy Bown chipped in four kills and two blocks in the winning effort.

Morgan Durinick had three aces and seven assists for Amsterdam (3-5, 2-4), while Kateland Cooks led the Lady Rams with three kills and two blocks.

Western Athletic Conference

Fonda-Fultonville 3, Mekeel Christian 1

Anne Sinicropi led the way for the Lady Braves with eight kills and nine aces in a 25-27, 25-23, 25-22, 27-25 win over Mekeel Christian Academy.

Juliet Mancini added eight kills and three aces for F-F (4-3, 4-2 WAC), while Hanna Moore provided 26 assists and served up four aces.

Clare Nelson had six kills and Sophia Armao had 26 assists for MCA (1-5, 1-5).


Western Athletic Conference

Mayfield 4, Schoharie 0

Brendan Gifford had a pair of goals as the Panthers cruised to a shutout win over the Indians.

Jared Albertin and Drew Snyder added goals for Mayfield, Alex Ringer, Harrison Harper, Carter Ivancic and Daniel Leach had assists and Anthony Brandow recorded the shutout with four saves.

Jake Fagnani stopped 12 shots for Schoharie.

Mekeel Christian 4, Northville 3

Danny Reidell scored a pair of goals in the second half, but it wasn't enough to help the Falcons overcome Mekeel Christian.

The Lions got a goal and an assist from Oscar Iteji and goals from Daniel McCarty, Marcos Garcia and Daniel Labrie in the win.

Curtis Arnold also scored for Northville and Andy Klingbeil made six saves.


Canajoharie 6, Dolgeville 0

Six different Cougars scored goals, lead by a goal and an assist each from Walfre Vasquez, Kevin Mazzarella and Andrew Towse to pace a dominant win over Dolgeville.

Elijah Bowley, Jared Bentz and Nick Shariff also scored for Canajoharie, while Lucas Sunderland added an assist and Mack Frank recorded the shutout in goal.

Nick Coffin made six saves for Dolgeville.


Western Athletic Conference

OESJ 7, Fonda-Fultonville 0

Abby Mosher had a hat trick and three assists as the Lady Wolves overwhelmed Fonda-Fultonville.

Alexis Romeyn added two goals and an assist and Addie Brundage scored twice for OESJ (8-2, 7-1 WAC), which also got assists from Fontana LaCoppola and Ashley Engle. Caitlin Handy stopped three shots to post the shutout.

Ryleigh Hesch was credited with six saves for the Lady Braves.

Fort Plain 1, Canajoharie 0

Emile Swank scored off an assist from Eryka Swank to give the Lady Hilltoppers the win in the renewal of the western Montgomery County rivalry.

Schoharie 6, Mayfield 1

Katie Krohn had a hat trick to power Schoharie in a win over Mayfield.

Bryn McDonald added a goal and an assist for the Lady Indians, who also got goals from Carrie Krohn and Denise Woodman. Maddie Phelan chipped in an assist and Abby Wetsel made one save to backstop the win.

Camryn Meca scored for Mayfield off an assist from Juliana Buyce. Sydney Benton made five saves for the Lady Panthers.

Galway 3, B-K-W 2

Maya Vanderhorst scored twice and Leah Vanderhorst had two assists as Galway edged Berne-Knox-Westerlo.

Jenny Rumsey also scored for Galway, Callia Boudreau added an assist and Grace Montague was credited with two saves.

Steph Mason and Skylar Peay had the goals for B-K-W, while Kara Sherwin had an assist and Liz Lendrum saved three shots.


Foothills Council

Broadalbin-Perth 170, Amsterdam 186

Stuart Bond tallied a 38 and Noah Scott, Matt Danise, Mike Piska and Dom Zippiere each fired a 44 to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a win over Amsterdam on Wednesday.

C.J. Durinick and Ryan Welch each shot a 45 to lead Amsterdam. Stephen Knack added a 47 and Aaron Rivera and Mike Hughes tallied a 49 apiece.


Fulton-Montgomery CC 2, Mohawk Valley CC 1

Jack Albertin scored the winning goal off a David Vandenabeele assist with 17 minutes to play a the Raiders ran their unbeaten streak to four games.

Justin Marek also scored for F-MCC, which improved its record to 4-5-1 on the season.

F-MCC's Aiden VanLoan was named the NJCAA Region III Athlete of the Week thanks to scoring two goals in a draw with Tompkins Cortland and a hat trick in a win over Niagara.

-- Staff report

Alex Cooper / Recorder staff Amsterdam's Morgan Durinick, left, and Krystal DiCaprio (11) watch as a teammate sets a ball during the game against Broadalbin-Perth on Wednesday, September 28, at Broadalbin-Perth High School.

Alex Cooper / Recorder staff Amsterdam's Maria Lomanto (1) attempts a kill against Broadalbin-Perth's Eliana Fraser during the game on Wednesday, September 28, at Broadalbin-Perth High School.