Niskayuna athletics rundown: Sept. 29

The Niskayuna and Averill Park lines battle during a Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 game in Averill Park. (Michael Kelly/Gazette Reporter)The Niskayuna and Averill Park lines battle during a Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 game in Averill Park. (Michael Kelly/Gazette Reporter)

BY MICHAEL KELLY
Gazette Sportswriter

NISKAYUNA — Here is what you need to know for today about Niskayuna athletics.

YESTERDAY’S SCORES

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL: Niskayuna 3, Guilderland 0

FIELD HOCKEY: Coxsackie-Athens at Niskayuna (No score reported)

GIRLS’ TENNIS: Niskayuna at Shaker (No score reported)

GOLF: Saratoga Springs 252, Niskayuna 276

THE HIGHLIGHTS

Jim Cesare had 23 assists and Damien Whittemore had nine kills to lead the Niskayuna boys’ volleyball team to a 25-19, 25-22, 25-15 victory. Also for the Silver Warriors, Liam Meachem had 16 digs and Eoghan Stoffer had eight kills.

For the Niskayuna golf team, Gallagher Gregory shot a 44, and each of Ryan Dell, Nick Rumsey, and Mike Doxie collected a 45.

UPCOMING SCHEDULE

(Home games at high school, unless otherwise noted)

Today

4:15 p.m.: Boys’ soccer at Bethlehem

4:15 p.m.: Girls’ soccer hosts Bethlehem

4:15 p.m.: Girls’ tennis hosts Bethlehem

4:15 p.m.: Boys’ cross country at Columbia

4:15 p.m.: Girls’ cross country at Columbia

4:30 p.m.: Golf at Bethlehem

5:30 p.m.: Girls’ volleyball hosts Bethlehem

Wednesday, Sept. 30

4:15 p.m.: Field hockey at Columbia

Thursday, Oct. 1

4:15 p.m.: Boys’ soccer hosts CBA

4:15 p.m.: Golf hosts CBA, at Mohawk Country Club

4:30 p.m.: Girls’ swimming and diving hosts Troy

6:30 p.m. Field hockey at Bethlehem

Friday, Oct. 2

5:30 p.m.: Boys’ volleyball at Saratoga Springs

7 p.m.: Football at Amsterdam

About the Author

Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly is a sports reporter for Your Clifton Park and Your Niskayuna, weekly print publications of The Daily Gazette. Kelly grew up in Clifton Park and graduated from Shenendehowa High School in 2006. He is also a 2010 graduate of the Stony Brook University School of Journalism. Kelly's work has been honored by the New York News Publishers Association, the New York State Associated Press Association, and the Associated Press Sports Editors. His work has previously been featured in The (Amsterdam) Recorder, The Saratogian, and Albany Times Union.