Tag: Ben Reilly

Griffin King leads list of Section 2 boys lacrosse players named to All-State team

Several Section 2 athletes were chosen for the New York State Sportswriters Association’s All-State boys lacrosse team this week.

Niskayuna’s Griffin King received the highest honor for a Section 2 athlete, as the midfielder was named to the second team among large school division players. King was one of the leading scorers for the Silver Warriors, who won the Section 2 Class A title. Teammate Nick Fraterrigo was a third team selection on defense. Continue reading “Griffin King leads list of Section 2 boys lacrosse players named to All-State team”

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Section 2 boys lacrosse playoffs: Voorheesville edges Cambridge in overtime

No. 4 Voorheesville outlasted No. 5 Cambridge 10-9 in the Section 2 Class D boys lacrosse quarterfinals Saturday, May 18.

Ian Owens had a six-point day for the Blackbirds, recording three goals and adding three assists. Jake Palmer also notched a hat trick, while John Hanlon contributed a pair of goals.

Gabriel Sgambettera tallied four times for Cambridge, and goaltender Daniel Blanchfield made 16 saves. Jamie Olvera chipped in with three goals and three assists.

Voorheesville meet top-seeded Schuylerville Tuesday, May 21, in one of two Class D semifinal games. The other contest pits No. 2 Johnstown against No. 3 Greenwich at Knox Field. Continue reading “Section 2 boys lacrosse playoffs: Voorheesville edges Cambridge in overtime”

Boys lacrosse: Shenendehowa rallies past CBA

A five-goal third quarter propelled Shenendehowa past Christian Brothers Academy 11-8 Thursday, May 2, in a Suburban Council boys lacrosse game.

Eric Makhatadze had four goals and two assists to lead the Plainsmen, who trailed 6-5 at halftime before taking control of the game. Billy Beach recorded a hat trick, and goaltender Jacob Aragones made nine saves.

Anthony Pizzola tallied four times for the Brothers, and goalie Max Tedesco stopped 14 shots. Continue reading “Boys lacrosse: Shenendehowa rallies past CBA”

Boys lacrosse: Ballston Spa’s defense shuts down Shaker in Suburban Council contest

Ballston Spa played well at both ends of the field to defeat Shaker 10-1 Tuesday, April 9, in a Suburban Council boys lacrosse game at Schuylerville High School.

Seven players recorded goals for the Scotties, and goaltender Gregg Dort nearly posted a shutout, stopping seven of the eight shots he faced. Lucas Bennice, Ethan Thomas and Demetri Yerou all scored a pair of goals to lead Ballston Spa’s balanced attack. Continue reading “Boys lacrosse: Ballston Spa’s defense shuts down Shaker in Suburban Council contest”

Suburban Council boys lacrosse: Shawn Hennessey becomes Shaker’s all-time winningest coach

Shawn Hennessey became Shaker boys lacrosse’s all-time winningest coach with the Blue Bison’s 15-0 Suburban Council victory over Averill Park Thursday, April 4, in Latham.

Shaker struck for six goals in the first quarter on its way to giving Hennessey his 141st career win. Matt Calicchia, Amos Grimm and Sean McLean all had hat tricks to lead a balanced Blue Bison attack.

Shenendehowa pulled out an 11-10 overtime victory over Saratoga Springs. Eric Makahatdze notched the game winner as part of a two-goal afternoon, and Billy Beach tallied four times for the Plainsmen.

Will Fox and Huck Patton each had hat tricks for Saratoga Springs. Goalies Eric Griskowitz and Ryan Flemming stopped a combined total of 17 shots. Continue reading “Suburban Council boys lacrosse: Shawn Hennessey becomes Shaker’s all-time winningest coach”

Nine Bethlehem High School students sign their National Letters of Intent

DELMAR – Across the Capital Region, high schools have been holding ceremonies for student-athletes signing their National Letters of Intent.

At Bethlehem Central High School Monday, Nov. 19, nine student-athletes made their commitments to play at the collegiate level. They include:

Jenna Colabufo (lacrosse) – Siena College: “My parents went there, and I really liked the atmosphere. Also, I knew the coach [Abigail Rehfuss] when I was younger, and I really liked her.” (Editor’s note: Rehfuss previously coached at Bethlehem.) Continue reading “Nine Bethlehem High School students sign their National Letters of Intent”