Boys Lacrosse Roundup: Glens Falls uses strong start to get past Johnstown, 11-5
JOHNSTOWN – Tyler Mello had four goals and two assists in the first half, leading Glens Falls to an 11-5 win over Johnstown in a Foothills Council boys lacrosse game Tuesday at Knox Field.
Mello finished with a game-high five goals for the Indians.
Connor Toich had three goals and three assists for Glens Falls.
The Indians opened up a 9-2 lead in the first half on their way to the win.
Nate Plocharczyk had a goal and three assists for Glens Falls, while Connor McGuirk had a goal and two assists.
Cody Brown also scored for the Indians, while Joe Hill and Matt Girard each had an assist.
David Fahr had two goals and an assist for Johnstown, while Austin Brand had a goal and an assist.
Jeremy Mowrey and Brandon Akey also scored for the Sir Bills, while Sam Brunetto added an assist.
Zack Simone made 19 saves for Johnstown, while Nate Austin made 10 saves for Glens Falls.
It was the final regular-season home game for Johnstown seniors Stephen LeDuc, Jeremy Meher, Colin Dalmata, Joel Levin, Mowrey and Akey.
Johnstown (4-11 overall, 0-7 Foothills) is scheduled to travel to Scotia-Glenville on Thursday for its regular-season finale.
Amsterdam 7, Schenectady 6
AMSTERDAM – Anthony Yevoli scored the game-winning goal to lead Amsterdam to a win over Schenectady at Lynch Literacy Academy.
Matt Fedullo had three goals for Amsterdam, while Jon Magaletti and Kevin Ottati also scored.
Amsterdam (9-7 overall, 3-5 Big 10) now awaits the pairings for the Section II Class B Tournament, which will be announced Friday.
On Saturday, Callan LeMay scored six goals to lead South Glens Falls to a win over Amsterdam.
Jake Normandin finished with five goals and three assists for the Bulldogs, while Quinton Munson added three goals and three assists.
Pat Kimmel finished with two goals and four assists for South Glens Falls, while Pat Fish and Andrew Patterson also scored.
Hector Diaz had four goals and an assist to lead Amsterdam, while Robert Santiago scored two goals. Kevin Ottati and Corey Dybas also scored for the Rams.
Matt Brady made 14 saves for South Glens Falls, while Dillon Smith made 11 saves for Amsterdam.