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”
Queensbury scored the first eight goals of the game on its way to a 14-2 victory over Scotia-Glenville Thursday, April 11, in a Foothills Council boys lacrosse game.
Sam Benedetto paced the Spartans with a four-goal, three-assist performance. Paul Wright notched a hat trick and two assists, and Sean Collins tallied three times for Queensbury. Continue reading “Foothills Council boys lacrosse: Queensbury cruises past Scotia-Glenville”
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”
Queensbury jumped out to a 5-2 halftime lead and held on for a 7-6 victory over Minisink Valley (Section 9) in a non-league boys lacrosse game Saturday, March 30.
Paul Wright had a hat trick, and Sean Collins contributed two goals and an assist for the Spartans. Goaltender Kellen Gannon made eight saves to earn the victory.
Jake Dolson and Steve Fellenzer each tallied a pair of goals for Minisink Valley. Continue reading “Boys lacrosse: Queensbury pulls out non-league victory over Minisink Valley”
The New York State Sportswriters Association revealed its Class AA and Class A All-State Football Teams Tuesday, Jan. 15.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake had the most players chosen to the All-State team among Section 2 programs with six, led by first-team offense selection Vincent Daviero. The senior led all area running backs with 1,557 yards and 21 touchdowns as he helped the Spartans win the Section 2 Class A title.
Linebacker Bryce Mussen was a second team All-State selection on defense for BH-BL, while tailback D.J. Lashley received a fifth team honor. Quarterback Darien LaPietro, lineman Victor Little and defensive back Logan Stubblebine were honorable mentions.
Averill Park had five players receive All-State recognition, while Queenbury had four players receive statewide honors. Shaker, Shenendehowa and Saratoga Springs all had four players named to the All-State team in Class AA. Continue reading “Six Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake football players named to Class A All-State team”
Three consecutive pins by middleweights Tyler Stanton, Bassir Rezek and Ghassan Chehade helped Shaker defeat Saratoga Springs 42-35 Wednesday, Jan. 9, in a Suburban Council wrestling match.
Stanton (152 pounds) pinned Jake DeLuca with seven seconds left in the second period to get the streak going for the Blue Bison. Rezek (160) pinned David Wilk midway through the second period of their bout, and Chehade (170) followed suit with a second-period pin over Spencer Cornell.
Doug Cooper (220 pounds) and Kyle Griskowitz (99) scored pins to help Saratoga build an 18-0 lead before Jashon Holmes (106) and Michael Santore (113) recorded falls to get Shaker back in the match. Continue reading “Suburban Council wrestling: Shaker surges past Saratoga Springs”