Second-seeded Northville shut out Salem 6-0 in a Section II Class D girls’ soccer semifinal Monday at Stillwater High School.
Leah Valovic led the Falcons (11-5-1) with two goals and an assist. Kaelin Thompson scored two goals, while Ciara Thompson contributed a goal and two assists. Ryann Morgan had the other goal, and Lily Klippel had an assist. Gretchen Forsey made three saves for the shutout.
Northville will play top-seeded Fort Ann in the final at 6 p.m. Thursday at Stillwater. The Cardinals beat Germantown 5-0. Paige Trzaskos’ two goals led a balanced Cardinals attack.
Galway clinched its seventh consecutive Western Athletic Conference girls’ volleyball title with a sweep of OESJ, 25-7, 25-6, 25-12. Amber Kolpakas had eight kills for the Golden Eagles (10-0 league, 11-3 overall), while Grace O’Brien added eight kills, 10 assists and five aces.
SCOTIA-GLENVILLE SWEEPS FOOTHILLS TITLES
Scotia-Glenville swept the Foothills Council boys’ and girls’ cross country championships at the league meet Monday at Queensbury High School.
The Tartans’ boys finished with 34 points, nine better than Queensbury, while the Tartans’ girls finished with 41 points. Queensbury was again second, with 54.
Scotia-Glenville senior Tyler Knaggs won the boys’ race in 16 minutes, 54 seconds. Teammates Finn Winters-Bona and Liam Cowdrey placed third and fourth, respectively, in 17:07.7 and 17:15.6. Ryan Freihofer was the Tartans’ other top-10 finisher in ninth (17:35.6).
Queensbury’s Liam Davidson was second in 17:01.6.
Broadalbin-Perth finished fourth in the boys’ race, and was led by Connor Couperus’ seventh-place finish in 17:29.0. Johnstown’s boys were seventh with 178, led by Garrett Bobowski’s 21st place in 18:48.3. Amsterdam was eighth with 190, led by Jose Rivera’s 34th place in 19:42.5.
Queensbury’s Maddie Powers won the girls’ race in 18:39.2, but the Tartans’ Kiera Macintosh was second in 19:23.9. Scotia-Glenville’s Stephanie James was sixth in 20:24.4; Schuyler Long was eighth in 20:50.2; and Briar Wells was ninth in 20:50.8.
Broadalbin-Perth placed fourth with 114 points behind Emma Frasier’s seventh-place finish in 20:34.4. Amsterdam was sixth with 121 points. Avery Crain led the Rams in 15th (21:35.3).