Tag: Lindsey Frank

Section 2 girls lacrosse playoffs: Bethlehem, Shenendehowa advance to Class A finals with one-goal victories

Caroline Wise’s fifth goal of the game lifted No. 2 Bethlehem to a 12-11 overtime victory over No. 3 Saratoga Springs in the Section 2 Class A semifinals Monday, May 20.

The Lady Eagles led 6-4 at halftime and built a four-goal lead in the second half before the Blue Streaks rallied to tie the score at 11-11. Wise then tallied the game winner late in the first overtime period to propel Bethlehem into Wednesday’s Class A final.

Lindsey Ayres contributed three goals and two assists for Bethlehem, which defeated Saratoga Springs for the third time this season. Ella Payer had a five-goal afternoon for the Blue Streaks, and Lindsey Frank added four goals. Continue reading “Section 2 girls lacrosse playoffs: Bethlehem, Shenendehowa advance to Class A finals with one-goal victories”


Suburban Council girls lacrosse: Columbia edges Ballston Spa

Ciara Mazzone scored five goals to lead Columbia to a 7-6 victory over Ballston Spa in a Suburban Council girls lacrosse game Thursday, April 4.

Ashley Murtagh and Elle Stringer also tallied for the Blue Devils, and goaltender Julia Hawkins made 12 saves to help Columbia hang on for the victory.

Maddy Barnum struck for four goals, and goalie Gia Burdick stopped six shots for the Scotties. Sam DeVito and Sarah Rule also scored goals. Continue reading “Suburban Council girls lacrosse: Columbia edges Ballston Spa”

Finals are set in Section 2 field hockey playoffs as Shenendehowa and Saratoga win Class A semifinals

The last two pieces of the Section 2 field hockey championships fell into place Thursday, Oct. 25, as top-seeded Shenendehowa and No. 2 Saratoga Springs won their Class A semifinal contests.

Shen avoided an upset bid by No. 4 Guilderland by winning 2-1 on Rachel Sterle’s overtime goal. The Plainswomen meet Saratoga – a 5-1 victor over No. 3 Niskayuna – Saturday, Oct. 27, at 6 p.m. at Gloversville High School. Lindsey Frank factored in all of the Blue Streaks points with two goals and three assists.

The Class A final caps a day of Sectional finals at Gloversville. The triple-header begins with No. 2 Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake meeting No. 4 South Glens Falls in the Class B final at 2 p.m. The Class C final follows at 4 p.m. with No. 1 Johnstown facing No. 2 Hoosick Falls.