In Voorheesville, Caroline Conboy led Saratoga Springs with victories in the 200-yard individual medley and the 100-yard breaststroke. Katie Barlok (200-yard freestyle), Melissa Boyd (diving), Cece Carsky-Bush (100-yard butterfly), Mallory Gannon (500-yard freestyle) and Elle Kolakowski (100-yard backstroke) also won individual events for the Blue Streaks.
Jenna Bickel (50-yard freestyle) and Mackenzie Cietek (100-yard freestyle) scored victories for Guilderville.
In Ballston Spa, Karly Haraden won the 200-yard freestyle and the 100-yard backstroke for the Scotties in their meet against Queensbury. Alyssa Gardiner (200-yard individual medley), Stefani Schmitz (100-yard freestyle) and sisters Addison (diving) and Paris Walkowiak (100-yard butterfly) also won their events.
In Latham, Shaker posted its first duel meet win in five tries behind two individual wins apiece from Julia Enright (100- and 200-yard freestyles) and Kristen Moras (500-yard freestyle and 100-yard backstroke). Isabelle Allison (200-yard individual medley) and Annabel O'Connor (100-yard butterfly) also won their events.
Allison Hutchins (50-yard freestyle), Kelly Moran (diving) and Brianna Valente (100-yard breaststroke) earned individual wins for Mohonasen-Schalmont.
Shaker needed four games to defeat crosstown rival Colonie in Tuesday's Suburban Council match in Latham.
Colonie (1-9) won the first game 27-25 before Shaker (4-5) took the next three games by scores of 25-14, 25-10 and 25-18.
Lauren Woods had 14 kills, and Lauren Lasky contributed 10 kills for the Blue Bison. Katie McLean recorded 27 assists, and Olivia Bruni added 16 digs.
Amanda Samuels and Gwyneth Campbell combined for nine kills to lead the Garnet Raiders.
Hudson Falls scored with 4:46 left in regulation to defeat Scotia-Glenville 2-1 in Tuesday's Foothills Council field hockey game in Scotia.
Micaela Heil put the Tigers ahead 1-0 with an early second-half goal, but the Tartans tied it on Delaney Forgette's goal with 19:11. Scotia-Glenville had several chances to take the lead, but Hudson Falls goaltender Lindsey Sabo made the necessary saves to keep her team in the game until Ellie Gonyeau scored the game winner for the Tigers.
Scotia-Glenville goaltender Patricia Haffner made four saves.