There was a shift in the Suburban Council girls soccer standings Tuesday after the top two teams in the North and South divisions played crossover games.
Bethlehem (7-2-1) defeated Niskayuna (8-2-0) 2-1 in Delmar and bumped the Silver Warriors into second place in the North Division, while South Division leader Guilderland (7-1-2) tied Saratoga Springs (7-1-2) 1-1 in Guilderland. Saratoga moved ahead of Niskayuna in the North Division standings with the tie.
Niskayuna led 1-0 at halftime before Jackie Kearney tied the score for Bethlehem off a Stephanie Dootz pass. Dootz then scored the game winner off a feed from Cassie Smith.
Goaltender Katie Nickles stopped 14 of the 15 shots she faced to help the Lady Eagles gain an important cross-divisional victory. Meghan Doyle had Niskayuna's lone goal, and Katie Hartlage made nine saves in goal.
Bethlehem remained the lone undefeated Suburban Council boys soccer team after playing Niskayuna to a scoreless tie Tuesday in Niskayuna.
The Eagles (7-0-2) out-shot the Silver Warriors (3-4-3) 7-2, but Niskayuna goaltender Christian Esposito stopped every shot he faced to earn the shutout. Bethlehem keeper Alex Kessler needed only two saves to do the same.
Shaker posted its first duel meet win in five tries by defeating Mohonasen-Schalmont 104-81 Tuesday in Latham.
Julia Enright (100- and 200-yard freestyles) and Kristen Moras (500-yard freestyle and 100-yard backstroke) each won two individual events for Shaker. Isabelle Allison (200-yard individual medley) and Annabel O'Connor (100-yard butterfly) also won their events.
Allison Hutchins (50-yard freestyle), Kelly Moran (diving) and Brianna Valente (100-yard breaststroke) earned individual wins for Mohonasen-Schalmont.
Hudson Falls scored with 4:46 left in regulation to defeat Scotia-Glenville 2-1 in Tuesday's Foothills Council field hockey game in Scotia.
Micaela Heil put the Tigers ahead 1-0 with an early second-half goal, but the Tartans tied it on Delaney Forgette's goal with 19:11. Scotia-Glenville had several chances to take the lead, but Hudson Falls goaltender Lindsey Sabo made the necessary saves to keep her team in the game until Ellie Gonyeau scored the game winner for the Tigers.
Scotia-Glenville goaltender Patricia Haffner made four saves.