Alayna Preston, Miana Barbosa and Maria Stewart all scored for the Lady Patriots, while Lauralie Grainer added an assist.
Mairead Marsden made one save to post the shutout in goal for B-P (6-2 overall, 6-1 Foothills).
Meredith Dennie and Arianna Brown combined to make seven saves for Gloversville (0-9 overall, 0-7 Foothills).
The Lady Patriots are slated to host Ballston Spa on Saturday at 10 a.m.
The Lady Dragons are slated to host Scotia-Glenville on Saturday at 10 a.m.
Scotia-Glenville 9, Johnstown 0
JOHNSTOWN — Scotia-Glenville scored seven second-half goals on its way to a Foothills Council South Division victory over Johnstown at Knox Field.
Lucy Crouse had three goals and two assists for the Tartans, while Rylee O’Connor recorded a pair of goals and two assists.
Brooklyn Drago and Ella Drake each had a goal and an assist for Scotia-Glenville (6-1 Foothills), while Sage Luke and Susie Sidlauskas also scored. Lily Dempsey and Morgan Nichter each added an assist for the Tartans.
Kortney Clark made six saves to post the shutout in goal for Scotia-Glenville.
Hope Buboltz made 11 saves for Johnstown (3-4 overall, 3-4 Foothills).
Queensbury 2, Schuylerville 1
QUEENSBURY — Christina Cummings and Bayley Duffy scored to lead Queensbury to a Foothills Council North Division victory over Schuylerville.
Brigid Duffy assisted on both goals for the Spartans, who improved to 6-0 in Foothills Council play.
Macey Koval scored the lone goal for Schuylerville.
Emma Lemery made four saves for Queensbury, while Claire Pelletier-Hoblock had nine stops for Schuylerville.
Glens Falls 4, Hudson Falls 0
HUDSON FALLS — Four different players scored for Glens Falls in a Foothills Council North Division victory over Hudson Falls.
Clara Avery, Eloise Duggal, Gianna Sherman and Kate Crandall all scored for the Indians.
Robin Gorton made four saves to post the shutout in goal for Glens Falls.
Mikayla Varney made 10 saves for Hudson Falls.
OESJ 1, Mayfield 0
MAYFIELD — Jordan DeNinno scored the game’s only goal to lift Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Mayfield.
It was the fifth straight road game for the Lady Wolves, who had played all four of the previous games at Fonda-Fultonville’s Boshart Field.
Anderson Eggleston made nine saves to post the shutout win in goal for Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville (4-0-1 overall, 4-0-1 WAC).
Marissa Wille made seven stops for Mayfield (1-5 overall, 1-5 WAC).
Canajoharie 2, Fonda-Fultonville 1
CANAJOHARIE — Caitlyn Baker scored both goals to lead Canajoharie to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Fonda-Fultonville.
Vanessa VanSlyke had an assist for the Cougars, who improved to 4-0-1 overall and 4-0-1 in WAC play.
Quincy Lake scored the lone goal for Fonda-Fultonville (1-5 overall, 1-5 WAC), which was playing away from home for the first time this season.
ShellyAnn Hemmes and Ashlynn Johnson combined to make four saves for Canajoharie, while Emma Crahan made 13 stops for the Lady Braves.
Galway 2, Mekeel Christian 1
GALWAY — Stephanie Martin and Nika Horvath scored to lift Galway to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Mekeel Christian Academy.
Izzy Mancini and Alaina Aschmutat each had an assist for the Golden Eagles, who avenged an earlier 3-1 loss to Mekeel Christian.
Jo Galarneau scored the lone goal for Mekeel Christian.
Hannah French made 12 saves for Galway (4-3 overall, 4-3 WAC), while Promise Mitchell made 10 stops for Mekeel Christian (3-2-1 overall, 3-2-1 WAC).
Schoharie 10, Duanesburg 1
DUANESBURG — Katie Krohn had five goals to power Schoharie to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Duanesburg.
Megan Krohn finished with a goal and four assists for the Indians, while Haley Drinon had a goal and two assists.
Morgan Phelan and Briana Repscher each had a goal and an assist for Schoharie (7-0 WAC), while Morgan Mansheffer also scored.
Olivia Harris scored the lone goal for Duanesburg (3-2-1 WAC).
Maddie Bland made four saves for the Indians.
Bethlehem 12, Amsterdam 0
DELMAR — Bethlehem scored on 12 of its 38 shots on goal in a non-league win over Amsterdam.
Karen Troche had 16 saves for Amsterdam, while Carolyn Sculco had 10 saves.
Amsterdam (2-7 overall) is slated to host Johnstown on Saturday at 10 a.m.