Caitlyn Speranza and the Bolton Lady Eagles will be the second seed in the Section II/Class D playoffs.
Photo by Keith Lobdell
BOLTON — The Lady Eagles varsity soccer team will be the second seed in the Section II/Class D playoffs, which get underway later this week.
The Eagles will host the winner of the preliminary round game between Salem and Mekeel on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 3 p.m. in Bolton.
The Eagles finished behind top seed St. Johnsville, with Northville as the third and Fort Ann the fourth seed.
The Eagles finished the regular season with a 12-4-0 record, earning a pair of wins against Whitehall and Granville, where Abigail Seamans broke the school record for career assists with her 61st, surpassing sister Olivia Seamans.
The Eagles scored an 8-0 win over the Railroaders, with Seamans scoring four goals and adding an assist on a Maria Baker goal. Baker added a pair of assists, while Leah Monroe had a goal and two assists. Chloe Monroe added a goal and assist, while Caitlyn Speranza rounded out the scoring.
In net, Caitlyn Johnson had two saves for the shutout win.
The Eagles then scored a 6-0 win against Granville, as Seamans recorded a pair of assists in her record setting night, setting up Madelyn Pratt on two of her three goals in the game.
Seamans also scored twice in the game, while Meghan McGurl scored on a Chloe Monroe assist.
Caitlyn Johnson had three saves in goal for the shutout.
The Lake George Lady Warriors will be the top seed in the Class C playoffs, and will host 16th seed Greenwich Saturday, Oct. 22, at 3 p.m. The other top seeds in Class C girls are Schoharie, Stillwater and Mechanicville.
Alex Jones and Lake George will be the Fourth seed in the Section II/Class C boys soccer tournament.
Photo by Keith Lobdell
In the boys tournament, Lake George will be the fourth seed in Class C and will host the Thunder Chicken of Doane Stuart Thursday, Oct. 20, at 3 p.m. The Class C finals will be at Colonie Saturday, Oct. 29, at 10 a.m.
In Class D, North Warren will be the second seed and host the winner of the Germantown/Northville game at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21. Class D finals are Oct. 29, 2 p.m., at Colonie.
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