BY MICHAEL KELLY
NISKAYUNA — Our late-week report on everything Niskayuna High School athletics, with recent scores and highlights for the Silver Warriors teams.
BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY
The latest: A sweep Tuesday of Averill Park, Columbia, and Troy, with Charlie Ragone capturing first place and Joseph Quinn taking third.
What’s to come: A big local race, as the team heads Saturday to the Grout Invitational.
The latest: A couple tough losses, 4-2 against Bethlehem and 1-0 against CBA. Zach Ogden and Ronan Schreer scored the goals for Niskayuna against Bethlehem.
What’s to come: A trip Tuesday to Schenectady for more league action.
The latest: The club has been on a break for most of the week from league action.
What’s to come: Today, head coach Jen Chartrand’s team pays a visit to Saratoga Springs.
The latest: A 2-1 win against Columbia earlier this week.
What’s to come: Today’s home match with Bethlehem.
The latest: A loss against Averill Park in a fun one.
What’s to come: The Silver Warriors head to Amsterdam tonight to take on the Rugged Rams. Niskayuna is looking to avoid a three-game losing streak.
GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY
The latest: A sweep Tuesday of Averill Park, Columbia, and Troy, with Amelia Kokernak taking second place overall and Marisa DiVietro finishing third.
What’s to come: A bit of a break before next weekend’s Manhattan invitational.
The latest: A 3-2 win Tuesday against Bethlehem, in a game played in a persistent rain. Alissa Franze, Isabelle Jaquith, and Hannah Munro all scored in the win.
What’s to come: A trip Monday to Columbia before the Silver Warriors return home Tuesday to take on Schenectady.
GIRLS’ SWIMMING & DIVING
The latest: No scores reported.
What’s to come: A bit of a break before a meet Wednesday against Shaker.
The latest: A 5-4 loss to Bethlehem, in which Lesley Santos, Christine Lee, Sasha Towe, and Miryam Makutonin each had solo wins.
What’s to come: A Monday home meeting with Saratoga Springs.
The latest: The squad has been off since its fantastic win Tuesday against Bethlehem in five sets.
What’s to come: Next up, these Silver Warriors play Schenectady on Tuesday in a must-have match for Niskayuna.
The latest: A tough 261-273 loss to CBA at home on Thursday. Leading Niskayuna in the match were Ryan Dell and Gallagher Gregory, who each shot a 43 at the Mohawk Golf Club.
What’s to come: The Silver Warriors wrap up their regular season Monday with an away match against Schenectady.
The latest: Niskayuna was at the Tail of the Fish last weekend.
What’s to come: This Sunday, the team’s athletes head to the Head of the Riverfront regatta.
(Home games on main campus, unless otherwise noted)
4:15 p.m.: Field hockey at Bethlehem
5:30 p.m.: Boys’ volleyball at Saratoga Springs
7 p.m.: Football at Amsterdam
Saturday, Oct. 3
9 a.m.: Boys’ cross country at Grout Invitational
11 a.m.: Boys’ soccer hosts Baldwinsville
Sunday, Oct. 4
6 a.m.: Rowing at Head of the Riverfront
Monday, Oct. 5
4:15 p.m.: Girls’ soccer at Columbia
4:15 p.m.: Girls’ tennis hosts Saratoga Springs, at Central Park
4:15 p.m.: Golf at Schenectady
4:30 p.m.: Field hockey at Glens Falls
5:30 p.m.: Boys’ volleyball hosts Shaker
Tuesday, Oct. 6
4:30 p.m.: Boys’ soccer at Schenectady
4:30 p.m.: Girls’ soccer hosts Schenectady
4:30 p.m: Girls’ tennis hosts Schenectady, at Central Park
5:30 p.m.: Girls’ volleyball hosts Schenectady
Wednesday, Oct. 7
9 a.m.: Golf at sectionals, at Eagle Crest
4:15 p.m.: Field hockey at Shaker
4:15 p.m.: Girls’ tennis at Columbia
4:30 p.m.: Girls’ swimming and diving at Shaker
5:30 p.m.: Boys volleyball hosts Shenendehowa
Thursday, Oct. 8
5:30 p.m.: Boys’ volleyball at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake
5:30 p.m.: Girls’ volleyball at Saratoga Springs
7 p.m.: Boys’ soccer at Saratoga Springs
7 p.m.: Girls’ soccer hosts Saratoga Springs
Friday, Oct. 9
4:15 p.m.: Field hockey hosts Shenendehowa
7 p.m.: Football at Bishop Maginn
Saturday, Oct. 10
8 a.m.: Girls’ volleyball at Queensbury tournament
9 a.m.: Boys’ cross country at Manhattan invitational
9 a.m.: Girls’ cross country at Manhattan invitational