"You've got Cohoes in there. This year, they're doing good. They'll play hard if we play them again," he said.
Nisky ends Bethlehem's shutout streak
The Niskayuna girls soccer team ended the season by ending Bethlehem's six-game shutout streak with a 4-1 victory Monday.
The Lady Eagles entered the game off a 1-0 upset over previously-unbeaten Shenendehowa, but the Silver Warriors quickly gained the advantage with two first half goals. Niskayuna extended the lead in the second half before Becca Lee broke up the Silver Warriors' shutout bid with a goal for Bethlehem.
Brooke Knowlton had three goals and assisted on Whitney Frary's tally to lead Niskayuna to its fourth win in its last five games. Marie Mutryn made 11 saves.
The victory didn't improve Niskayuna's third-place finish in the Blue Division standings, but it gave the Silver Warriors some momentum heading into the class AA Sectionals, where they are the No. 4 seed. Shen is the No. 1 seed, followed by Columbia at No. 2 and Bethlehem at No. 3.
Mohon earns non-league win
In other girls soccer action Monday, the Mohonasen Lady Warriors won their second game of the season by shutting out Catholic Central 3-0 in a non-league contest.
Bridgette DeSantis notched a goal and two assists to lead Mohonasen (2-13-1). Natalie Acosta and Elise Coons also tallied, and Danielle Stabinski made eight saves to pick up the shutout.
Scotia-Glenville ended its regular season last Saturday with a 7-1 Foothills Council victory over Broadalbin-Perth.
Briana Crow had a goal and three assists to lead a balanced attack for the Lady Tartans (9-3-1, 11-6-1). Amy Kalinkewicz and Katie Bosy each contributed a goal and an assist, while Tammy Chow, Clarissa Myers, Rebecca Nardi and Caitlin Stahl added goals.
Boys seedings announced
Seedings for the boys soccer Sectionals were announced Tues-day, and several area teams earned top-four seeds in their classes.