Schnepf’s Eight Goals Lifts Schenectady Lacrosse
Cody Schnepf had the game of his life on Saturday scoring eight goals as Schenectady got past South Glens Falls, 16-15, in a wild non-league boys lacrosse game.
Jordan Zaman helped the Patriots cause with three goals and three assists.
Jake Normandin sparked the South Glens Falls with five goals. Quinton Price put together four goals and two assists.
In a non-league girls matchup, Guilderland squeaked out an 11-10 win over Canandaigua. Kendall Cietek delivered four goals while Kelly Camardo and Morgan Hardt each contributed three goals.
Bethlehem got the best of LaSalle, 9-3, as John Gosstola had three goals and three assists.
In baseball, Queensbury pushed across 10 runs in the seventh inning to beat Bethlehem, 11-4, in a non-league affair.
Niskayuna turned away Schalmont, 9-3, in a non-leaguer. Austin Clark led the way with two hits and two RBI.
In softball, Amanda Gatt struck out 20, but it wasn’t enough as Voorheesville lost to Granville, 6-0, in the first round of the Maple Hill Tournament.
Then Gatt recorded 17 strikeouts and this time Voorheesville was beaten by Maple Hill, 4-3, in consolation game activity.
Saratoga Springs won the Ballston Spa Invitational Track and Field boys honors with 152 points while Queensbury captured the girls crown, 124.7 points.
Jeff Hrebenach (100 and 200), Steve Kuzina (110 hurdles and 400 hurdles) and Evan Quinones (1,600 and 3,200) each starred for Saratoga. The Blue Streaks also took the three relays.
Colleen Rice excelled on the Queensbury side winning the 100 meters and 400 hurdles.
In the CBA/LaSalle Relays, Bethlehem won the boys title with 132 points and Colonie took first in the girls portion, 105 points.
The Shaker High School girls earned top honors in the Nanuet Relays.
Other notable performers: Sisters Mikayla and Taylor Moore combined on a no-hitter to help Stillwater beat Waterford-Halfmoon, 2-1, in a non-league softball game Thursday. The Moore’s struck out 13. Taylor delivered a two-run single to lead the offensive charge.
Jack Massaroni pitched a one-hitter to lead LaSalle over Bishop Maginn, 10-0, in Big 10 baseball play. He also belted out two singles and two RBI.
Will McMullen unleashed a single, double, triple and three RBI for the Cadets.