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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: LaSalle rallies past Glens Falls for Class C title

LaSalle outscored Glens Falls 7-1 in the fourth quarter to pull out a 16-12 victory in the Section 2 Class C boys lacrosse final Friday, May 24, at Schuylerville High School.

Glens Falls jumped out to a 4-2 lead in the first quarter, but LaSalle kept the score close until it had the opportunity to pull in front over the final 12 minutes. Continue reading “Section 2 boys lacrosse: LaSalle rallies past Glens Falls for Class C title”

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”

State football semifinals: Glens Falls pulls away from Marlboro, while Shaker and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake lose close contests

MIDDLETOWN – Glens Falls punched its ticket to the Carrier Dome after defeating Marlboro (Section 9) 48-28 in the Class B state football semifinals Saturday, Nov. 17, at Middletown High School.

The Indians (11-1) scored three unanswered touchdowns in the second half to break open a close game and advance to next weekend’s championship game against Batavia (Section 5) in Syracuse. Continue reading “State football semifinals: Glens Falls pulls away from Marlboro, while Shaker and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake lose close contests”