Thursday round-up: Schmid leads Shen past Mohonasen

Plainsmen tune up for Saturday's battle against Bethlehem

The Shenendehowa boys soccer team tuned up for Saturday's Suburban Council battle against Bethlehem by beating Mohonasen 2-0 Thursday in Rotterdam.

Chris Schmid scored twice for the Plainsmen (5-0-1), and goaltender Justin Rohrwasser stopped three shots.

Mohonasen goaltender Alex Volans made four saves.

In other Suburban Council boys soccer action, Niskayuna defeated Averill Park 2-0 on the road.

Phil Weeber and Jacques Fair tallied for the Silver Warriors. Weeber headed home Joe Repicky's corner kick in the first half, and Fair scored off a pass by Repicky in the second half.

Girls soccer

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake scored five unanswered goals to defeat Colonie 6-1 in Thursday's Suburban Council girls soccer game.

Emily Green's goal midway through the first half tied the score at 1-1 for Colonie, but Krissy Bikowitz tallied with less than seven minutes remaining before halftime to give BH-BL a 2-1 lead. Morgan Burchhardt then scored twice in the first 20 minutes of the second half to expand the Lady Spartans' lead to 4-1.

Skye Kaler, Alyssa Hughes and Emily Ankabrandt also scored for BH-BL, and goaltender Florie Comley made seven saves. Colonie goaltender Courtney Yule stopped 15 shots.

In other girls soccer action, Niskayuna eased past Averill Park 6-0 Thursday. Meghan Doyle had a hat trick, and Anka Parzych contributed a goal and two assists for the Silver Warriors. Liz Farley added a pair of second-half goals.

Girls swimming

Ballston Spa pulled away in the final event to edge Guilderville 97-89 in Thursday's Suburban Council girls swim meet.

The Scotties won the 400-yard freestyle relay to gain the points they needed to fend off Guilderville.

Paris Walkowiak and Alyssa Gardiner each won two individual events for Ballston Spa. Walkowiak finished first in the 200-yard freestyle and the 100-yard butterfly, while Gardiner won the 200-yard individual medley and the 500-yard freestyle.

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