Late scoreboard elevates Ballston Spa football over Averill Park – The Daily Gazette

Nico Savini ran the ball from 1 yard for his third rushing touchdown with 12 seconds remaining to give Ballston Spa a 45-40 victory over Averill Park in a Class A non-division football game on Friday.

Savini finished with 230 rushing yards.

Averill Park (3-3) had taken a 40-39 lead with 3:49 remaining on a 1-yard run by Shawn Ratigan.

Blaine Zoller had two touchdowns for the Scots (5-1). Darien Insogna added another score. For Averill Park, Nicholas Galuski ran for a touchdown and threw for another.

In another Class A game, Queensbury earned their first win of the season with a 29-14 loss over Mohonasen. Ryan Blanchard rushed for touchdowns of 2 and 8 yards for the Spartans (0-2 division, 1-4 overall). Ian Reynolds added a 53-yard run and Trevon Bailey scored on a 52-yard run. Queensbury rushed for 237 yards. Mohonasen got a 76-yard kickoff return touchdown from Mike DonVito and a nine-yard touchdown run from Elias Cruz.

Niskayuna earned his first shutout of the season by beating Troy 21-0. Ethan Gilson threw 28 yards to Cameron Grasso for the Silver Warriors’ first touchdown of the first quarter. Dahvion Wimberly added a 5-yard touchdown run in the second, with Isaiah Linyear’s 15-yard touchdown run in the fourth.

Donovan DeGuire rushed for two touchdowns and Jake Iacobaccio threw a pair as Shaker defeated Saratoga Springs 35-7 in a Class AA game.

Iacobaccio had an 83-yard strike to Asjion Cancer as well as a 23-yard touchdown pass to Nick Cerrone.

Malachi Moore ran for the other Blue Bison sheet music. Saratoga Springs’ touchdown came on a 12-yard pass from Jack Rigabar to Matthew Salway.

In Class B action, Lansingburgh beat Cohoes 41-8. Logan Hardt rushed for three touchdowns of 9, 15 and 35 yards, and also threw a 30-yarder to Anthony Huff. Lansingburgh rushed for 318 yards.

Scotia-Glenville scored 36 points in the second quarter en route to a 48-0 shutout of Green Tech. Nick Coons rushed 11 times for 108 yards and three touchdowns. Nick Battaglia added two rushing touchdowns. Paul Marotta had five receptions for 45 yards and a touchdown. Jack Taylor added the other Tartans sheet music.

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Schuylerville remained undefeated with a 48-0 shutout of Mechanicville/Hoosic Valley in Class C action. Lukas Sherman rushed for touchdowns of 9, 4 and 26 yards. He also completed 6 of 6 passes for 101 yards. Sam Dwyer added touchdown runs of 18 and 6 yards as the Black Horses put up 358 yards of offense. Austin Rozowicz rushed for 23 yards for Mechanicville/Hoosic Valley, and also threw for 107 on 9-of-16 passes with an interception.

Warrensburg/Lake George outscored Tamarac/Hoosick Falls 38-14 behind Brody McCabe’s 145 yards and a touchdown. Tristen Hitchcock added 117 yards and two touchdowns for the undefeated Wolverines.


Leon Edelmann scored two goals and an assist to power Guilderland to beat Schalmont 5-1 in non-league men’s soccer action. Owen Shepard, Jack Ayers and Pratham Khare also scored for the Dutch, while Aidyn Soehl scored for Schalmont, who earned eight saves from Caleb Mathurin.

Casey Clarke and Chris Maher each scored twice to lead Galway to a 4-0 victory over North Warren. Joe DeVellis, Colin Anderson and Ethan Watrobski each had an assist.

Corey Cottrell’s shot from 25 yards provided Schuylerville with the go-ahead goal in Foothills Council’s 3-2 victory over Glens Falls. Chris Jones added two goals for the Black Horses. Landan Phipps and Tim Motsiff scored for Glens Falls.

Kofi Jack scored four times in Scotia-Glenville’s 5-1 victory over Broadalbin-Perth. Xavier DeLuca had the other goal, while Landon Russom scored on an assist from Massimo Pasquarelli for the Patriots.

Ian Rathbun and Luke Eichen each scored twice and provided an assist as Queensbury blanked Hudson Falls 5-0.


Jaidyn Chest scored on an assist from Abigail Chest in overtime to give the Mayfield women’s soccer team a 1-0 win over Duanesburg in a Western Athletic Conference game. Sallyann Agerter made four saves for the shutout.

Sydney Schell and Nataley Caponera scored for OESJ in Wolves’ 2-0 win over Middleburgh. Jordan DeNinno had an assist.

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Berne-Knox-Westerlo scored twice in the second half for a 3-2 victory over Canajoharie. Claire Scram scored all three for the Bulldogs. Sara Macrina, Lauren Emmerich and Alanna Yangon had assists, and Claire Curvin made nine saves in the win. Soren Veit-Scott and Mariah Hazzard scored to give Canajoharie an early 2-0 lead. Tori Blakeslee had 18 saves for the Cougars.

Haley Drinon scored four goals to lead Schoharie to a 6–2 away league victory over Doane Stuart. Briana Repscher added a goal and three assists for the Indies, while Julianna Slater made a save. Ava DeNoronha scored both of Doane Stuart’s goals.


Karleigh Mirabile scored twice and Shaker held on for a 3-2 win over Columbia in Suburban Council field hockey action. Dharini Madadi also scored, while Jamie Martino had two assists. Zachary Booth and Rachel Ostiguy each scored for Columbia, which scored twice in the fourth quarter.

Rurika Suzuki scored on an assist from Natalie Desanti in the third quarter to give Bethlehem a 1-0 victory over Niskayuna. Julia Cropsey made seven saves for Niskayuna.

Allie Shamberger had both goals, with Aubrey Ide notching both assists in Saratoga Springs’ 2-0 win over Shenendehowa. Evelyn Noakes had six saves for the Plainsmen. Lily Wilborn had a save for Saratoga Springs, which improved to 12-2.

Ava Kasulinous scored twice, and Tatum Hickey had a goal and an assist to lead Hoosick Falls to a 5-1 victory over Greewnich in an Adirondack-Wasaren League game. Emma McCart and Brooke Tonneson also scored for the Panthers, while Kiera Kirk scored for Greenwich.


Katie Dickerson had 31 assists, 11 digs and two aces to lead Guilderland to sweep Mekeel Christian in a non-league women’s volleyball match 27-25, 25-22, 25-21.

Kailey Lockwood added seven kills for Guilderland, while Jaimee Lowe contributed 10 kills and eight digs. Alanah Barnhill led the Lions with nine kills. Jahdey Jackson had seven kills and Gabriella Luna had 26 assists.

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