High school lacrosse: Schenectady/Mohonasen boys earn win, Lescault scores 11 for Burnt Hills girls


Rorick Perry scored five goals, and Luciano Todd made 13 saves to help lead the Schenectady/Mohonasen boys’ lacrosse team to a 10-6 Colonial Council win Thursday against Lansingburgh.

Schenectady/Mohonasen led 4-1 after one period, and scored two goals in each of the remaining periods. Lansingburgh never scored more than two goals in a quarter.

Besides Perry, Azai Baker provided a multiple-goal effort for Schenectady/Mohonasen with three goals and an assist. Also making scoring contributions in the win were Sean Willis with a goal and two assists, Mason Burke with one goal and one assist, Keegan McGovern with two assists and Elijah Edwards with one assist.

For Lansingburgh, James Cooper registered three goals, while each of Ken Cummings, Andrew Esposito and Calvin Welch had a goal and an assist, while Nick Dow made nine saves.

Shenendehowa rolled to a 16-5 Suburban Council win against CBA. The Plainsmen led 7-2 after one quarter and brought an 11-4 advantage into the final period. Sam Lopresti produced two goals and two assists for Shenendehowa, while Colin Bullock, Mason Carroll and Nathan Wolfe each added two goals and an assist. Goalie Billy Standaert made eight saves in the win, and Drew Bullock scored two goals. For CBA, Shea Hogan had a game-high four goals.

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MK Lescault starred with 11 goals and one assist in Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake’s 18-8 Suburban Council girls’ lacrosse win against Niskayuna. Also for BH-BL, Ella Blesi had five goals and an assist, while Caroline Kogut had one goal and one assist, Maggie Lescault added a goal and Emma Winslow produced two assists. In goal, Maddi Morrison made five saves in the win. For Niskayuna, Jackie Reffelt scored three goals, and Mary Kate Cestaro and Natalie Zhu each had two.

Caroline Marotta scored five goals and dished one assist in Bethlehem’s 15-10 win against Saratoga Springs. Bethlehem led 10-9 at halftime before outscoring the Blue Streaks 5-1 in the second half. Also for Bethlehem, Kaitlyn Tietjen and Sophie Klein each had three goals, and Maeve Conway and Addison Daggett scored twice. Conway and Tietjen each had an assist. For Saratoga Springs, Carly Wise scored four goals and Allison Shamberger added three, while Isabel Burke had one goal and two assists. Also for the Blue Streaks, Sydney Closinski and Ava Mackenzie registered two assists apiece.

Columbia won 11-9 against Albany. Kelly Hoxie had four goals and an assist, Belicia Biette had three goals and two assists, and Allison Beattie scored twice in the win. Kayla Dougherty made eight saves for Columbia. For Albany, which trailed 9-4 at halftime, Cassidy Foley and Liv Nevo each scored three goals, and Foley added an assist.

In a 15-6 win against Averill Park, Shaker’s Lauren McCulloch, Natalie Bennett and Lauren O’Hagan each scored three goals. Bennett and McCulloch each added an assist. Also for Shaker, Jenna Pollicino had two goals and three assists, Sarah Bette produced three assists and Lindsey McCulloch added two assists. For Averill Park, Lilli VanDerKar and Gianni Geraci each had two goals.

Colonie won 22-3 against Ballston Spa. Leading Colonie was Katherine Boardman with four goals and six assists. Also for Colonie, Shannon Coyle had three goals and three assists, Isabella Boardman produced four goals and an assist, Avery Connolly offered three goals and two assists, Ella Irons added two goals, and Abby Mesick registered one goal and one assist. For Ballston Spa, Sarah Bozzo had two goals.

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