Schalmont defeated the previously undefeated Lansingburgh 21-11 Tuesday in the Colonial Council boys’ bowling match.
Leading the Sabers in the win were Sean Howlan (244-690), David Squires (230-639), Patrick Delaney (222-624), Nick Biski (234-623) and Jack Moyer (205-608).
Lansingburgh’s top bowlers were Lucas Foster (259-737) and Matt DiGuilio (279-700).
Schalmont defeated Lansingburgh 3,777-3,672 in the match.
Columbia defeated Schenectady 31-1 in Suburban Council action. Demetrius Manwaring led Schenectady with a 578 series.
Colonie won 27-5 against Albany. Zach Fruitermann led Colonie with a run of 671, while Matt Zesewitz’s 254 was the team’s best game. The leading Albany was Michael McNeil’s 234-653.
Averill Park took an 18-14 win. Evan Coon’s 247-676 led Averill Park, who also received a 225-661 from Mike Angrisano and a 231-635 from Joe Minehan. For Niskayuna, Austin Haight recorded a 257-735 and Jared Wachenheim a 276-678.
Christian Rasmussen’s 236-640 and Olivia DeCitise’s 224-624 led Troy to a 24-8 win against Bethlehem, which got a 247-695 from Cody Martin.
CBA awarded Shaker 20-12. For CBA, Angelo Galofaro (268-668) and Marc Anson (245-621) led the way, while Shaker got a 223-586 from Logan Cox.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake beat Shenendehowa 20-12. Dylan Romanowski’s 228-646 led the Spartans, while Derek Bellamy added a 247-627. For Shenendehowa, Jeremy Shafer recorded a 201-589 and Tristan Prevost contributed a 211-573.
Broadalbin-Perth scored a 4–0 win against Gloversville in Foothills Council action. The Patriots led Jennah Graham with a 247-663, Derek Goebel with 224-567 and Joe Simonds with a 200-542. For Gloversville, Tyler Earley produced a 218-500, Devin Butcher rolled a 168-471 and Alex Trippoda contributed a 193-451.
Fonda-Fultonville took a 4-0 Western Athletic Conference win against Fort Plain. Leading Fonda-Fultonville were Ethan Auspelmyer (229-658), Tomek Kowalczyk (268-649) and Noah Moran (255-607). Before Fort Plain, Anthony Paradiso’s 259-693 led the way.
VERDILE STARS FOR BALLSTON SPA
Nick Verdile scored a game-high 22 points at Ballston Spa in the boys’ 57-42 basketball win over Columbia in the Suburban Council. Andrew Haight and Michael Benjamin Miller each scored eight points in the win, leaving Ballston Spa beating Columbia in each of the first three quarters and carrying a 46-28 lead to fourth. For Columbia, Henry Heeps scored a team-high 13 points.
In Foothills Council action, Gloversville scored a 63-59 comeback win against Amsterdam. Gloversville trailed 14-7 and 26-23 at halftime after a quarter, but defeated the Rams 28-16 in the third before holding onto the win. James Collar scored 23 points in the win, while Giorgio Glionna contributed 16 points and eight rebounds, Anthony Gray added a dozen points and Dominic Dorman scored 10. For Amsterdam, Joseph Pleasant had 14 points and 11 rebounds, JaShean Vann produced 10 points and 11 rebounds, Tyrell Douglas bid 13 points and Victor Dueno scored 11.
Scotia-Glenville took a 62-53 win against Queensbury. Scotia-Glenville led 28-18 at halftime and 45-31 after 45 minutes. For the Tartans, Griffin Fraterrigo scored a game-high 22 points, Ben Kline scored 21 and Aaron Corker contributed 11. Queensbury’s Trey Bailey scored 16 points, Ryan Blanchard added 13 points and Ethan Star produced a dozen.
Northville won 58-25 against Corinth in non-league action. Northville was led by Jacob Frank who finished with 18 points. Evan Tamulaitis finished with 12 points and Wyatt Sira added 10 in the win. Zach Guilder had 10 points for Corinth, who trailed 32-10 at halftime.
Newburgh Free Academy topped Albany 62-60. Trailing 35-26 at halftime, Albany trailed five points into the fourth quarter, beating Newburgh Free Academy 13-10 in the final period. Isaiah Austin scored a game-high 39 points for Albany.
Ichabod Crane beat Watervliet 86-56, Brett Richards scored 39 points, grabbed 24 rebounds and blocked eight shots. Alex Schmidt added 17 points and Dan Warner added 16 for Ichabod Crane.
WOODEN PACES AVERILL PARK
Amelia Wood scored 22 points in Averill Park’s 63-49 Suburban Council girls’ basketball win against Bethlehem. Michelina Lombardi added 18 points, Taylor Holohan scored nine in the win and Tatiana Tune contributed eight. Averill Park led 24-17 at halftime and 40-30 en route to the fourth quarter. Bethlehem’s Maren Louridas scored 16 points and Caroline Davis added 13 points.
Shaker’s Kaelah Carter and Kristen Foglia each scored 16 points in a 60-51 win against Columbia. Akeana Rootes contributed 10 points. For Columbia, Kendyl Ouimette had 18 points.
Ichabod Crane defeated Cobleskill-Richmondville 63-19 in the Colonial Council game. Caroline Williams led Ichabod Crane by 19 points and Ashley Ames added a dozen. Before Cobleskill-Richmondville, Megan Ellis had a team-high eight points.
Lansingburgh won 60-42 against Voorheesville. Tyina Thomas scored 22 points in the win, Taylor Johnson added a dozen and Karlie Genevive scored 10. Voorheesville’s Emily Thornton scored 13 points.
Schuylerville defeated Stillwater 59-23 in non-league play. Macey Koval scored 21 points in the win and Eliza Barton added 16.
BROWN, POKINES, STAFFORD LEAD WAY
The Burnt Hills/Scotia boys swim and dive team defeated Shenendehowa 95-75 in a matchup of teams that set matching 7-0 Suburban Council records in the game.
Three competitors for Burnt Hills/Scotia recorded multiple individual victories. Keegan Stafford won the 200 freestyle in 1:46.88 and the 100 freestyle in 48.79; Addison Pokines won the 50 freestyle at 22.35 and the 100 breaststroke at 1:02.21; and Sam Brown took the 100 backstroke in 52.66 and 100 butterfly in 53.61. Also in the win, Ryan Karaca won the 200 individual medley with a score of 2:03.54.
For Shenendehowa, Ethan Rognowski won the 500 freestyle in 4:54.94.
BURNED HILLS WINS
In a Suburban Council wrestling match, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Bethlehem 60-18.
The match only included three contested matchups.
Danny Casey of BH-BL pinned Connor Heineman in 3:18 at 189lbs, while Josiah Strock of the Spartans pinned against Serge Edouard in 5:25 at 285lbs. In 4:28 at 215 pounds, Keith Heineman of Bethlehem pinned Trevor Ismail.
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