Scotia – The Scotia-Glanville field hockey team knew it would celebrate four of its seniors on Tuesday night, and that night became even more memorable when one of its senior stars reached a career milestone.
The Tartans saluted four of their senior co-captains – Marlee Mancini, Olivia Jannity, and Angelina and Isabella Regals – prior to the Foothills council matchup with a trip to Gloversville, and then celebrating Jannity’s 100th career point late in the first quarter. celebrated.
The four-year starter for the University of Maine Committed and Scotia-Glenville scored three goals and helped cross the century mark in the first quarter of Tuesday’s 14-0 win over Gloversville.
He finished the night with three goals and five assists.
“I think that made it special, being on our home ground in front of my family, who was here, everyone gathered to see us,” said Janity. “I think it was cool to do it all in one night.”
Geniti celebrated her 100th career point just as she had hit most of her goals during her four-year career – high-fives with teammates before heading back to midfield to restart the game. .
Mancini scored four goals and one assist on the night, as every Scotia-Glanville senior scored at least one goal on his senior night. Angelina Regales had three goals and one assist, and Isabella Regales scored one.
Mancini’s final goal came with an assist from Geniti, who finished the night with 105 career points.
“I think it’s amazing because he’s such a team player,” Mancini said. “She’s not the kind of person who goes for every goal; she wants everyone to be able to score. She wants everyone to have those meaningful moments during the game.”
“I feel like I celebrate more for my teammates than I do for myself; just watching them score makes me happy,” said Janity. “It’s just a job for me to score, but they Good to see you score.”
Scotia-Glanville coach Kaila Jackson lauded Janity’s team-first style.
“She could just go down and score by herself, but she is a team player. She is a captain. She always leads by example and always inspires all the girls to be better,” Jackson said.
Zenity has been playing field hockey since first grade and has been working locally with ADK Field Hockey Club and HTC . competes with both [Hear the Cheers] Field hockey club based in Connecticut. Last summer, she was invited to compete as part of the U-19 USA Field Hockey Nexus Championship event in Virginia.
“She brings all that experience and all that knowledge back here and shares it with everyone,” Jackson said. “She leads by example every single day.”
Janiti said she took pride in her ability to see the entire field in playing conditions.
“I think it shows both my ability to score, but also for my team, to find the right pass and the right option,” said Janity.
Tuesday being a senior night was already expected to be an exciting night, but the 100-point career mark was on his mind.
“For years, you’ve been a kind of information [scoring totals]But I didn’t want to worry too much about it because if you’re only focused on that, you’re not focusing on the team,” said Janity. “It’s a great achievement, But you just have to play the game and see how it goes.”
Gloversville 0 0 0 0 — 0
Scotia-Glenville 6 4 4 0 – 14
Gloversville Scoring: None. Scotia-Glenville Scoring: Geniti 3-5, Mancini 4-1, n. Regals 3-1, Mohd. Westbrook 1-1, Darling 1-1, I. Regels 1-0, Kramer 1-0, Wheeler 0-1. Goalkeeper: Gloversville, DU, made 14 saves. Scotia-Glenville, MA Westbrook, 2.
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