Lady Bills roll past Schuylerville, 9-0

Johnstown’s Emily Fleming (9) cuts toward the goal through Schuylerville defenders Daisy Mehan (21) Olivia Startz (17) and Izzy Reitland-Strayer during Foothills Council action Monday at Knox Field in Johnstown. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

JOHNSTOWN — Taryn Ringer finished with two goals and two assists to lead Johnstown to a 9-0 victory over Schuylerville in a Foothills Council field hockey game Monday on Senior Day at Knox Field.

Kalena Eaton and Mackenzie Heffernan each scored two goals for the Lady Bills, while Emily Fleming and Anna Lee each had a goal and an assist. Nicole Simon also scored for Johnstown, which outshot Schuylerville 34-0 and finished with a 22-0 advantage in penalty corners. Molly Memrick and Ayaka Sasaki each had an assist for the Lady Bills.

Fleming opened the score for Johnstown on an assist from Lee on a penalty corner. The goal put Fleming over the 100-point mark for her Johnstown career.

Eaton made it 2-0 with 7:52 left in the first quarter before Ringer scored on assists from Memrick and Fleming on a penalty corner.

With seven seconds left in the first quarter, Eaton scored her second goal of the game to make it 4-0.

After a scoreless second quarter, the Lady Bills scored five second-half goals to secure the win.

Ringer scored the first goal of the second half on an assist from Lee with 13:30 to play, while Heffernan made it 6-0 with 1:53 left in the third quarter.

Heffernan opened the second-quarter scoring on an assist from Ringer to make it 7-0 with 10:15 to play.

Simon scored on an assist from Ringer with 7:45 remaining to push the Johnstown lead to 8-0 before Lee capped the scoring to make it 9-0 on an assist from Sasaki.

Emilia Haverly didn’t need to make a save to collect her fourth shutout of the season in goal for the Lady Bills.

Johnstown (5-0 overall) is scheduled to travel to Queensbury on Thursday for a 4:30 p.m. contest.



Bethlehem 13, Gloversville 0

GLOVERSVILLE — Bethlehem rolled to a 13-0 non-league victory over Gloversville on Monday at Gloversville High School.

The Eagles finished with 26-1 advantage in shots and an 8-1 advantage in penalty corners.

Hannah Kolesinkov made 21 saves for Gloversville (0-5 overall), which is scheduled to travel to South Glens Falls on Thursday for a 10:15 a.m. contest.

By Paul Wager