High Schools: Niskayuna earns good non-league win in boys’ lacrosse

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Greyson Vorgang scored four goals and had one assist to lead the Niskayuna boys’ lacrosse team to a 14-9 non-league win over Class A defending state champion Baldwinsville on Saturday.

Davey Carroll and Lucas Klokiw each added three goals and one assist, while Tanner Williams had two goals and four assists. Cooper Harvey made 11 saves for the Silver Warriors.

Colin Hulett scored six goals to lead Duxbury (Mass.) to a 10-9 overtime win over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake. Colden Swisher had four goals and two assists to lead the Spartans. Nick Bailey added a goal and two assists. Ethan Swift made nine saves.

Brady Mann had three goals and one assist to lead Tamarac/Hoosick Falls to a 9-4 win over Averill Park.


Jason Natalie had two hits, including a home run, and two RBIs to lead Schalmont to a 9-6 win over Lansingburgh in Colonial Council baseball action. Andrew Schraa struck out six for the Sabres.

Queensbury scored six runs in the first inning on its way to an 8-4 non-league win over Saratoga Springs. Adrian Caron earned the win and went 2 for 3 with a triple. Ethan Starr had three singles and two RBIs. Raul Rodriguez led Saratoga Springs by going 3 for 4 with a double and two RBIs. Drew Adams was 3 for 3, all singles.


Sienna Randall had five goals and two assists to lead Columbia to a 20-5 Suburban Council girls’ lacrosse win over Albany. Julia Harbour and Kaitlin Bogucki each added three goals and an assist. Courtney Fish scored twice for Albany, while Zoe Gravina made 20 saves.

Shaker ran into a hot goalie, as Skaneateles’ Alison Whipple made 18 saves in her team’s 12-2 non-league win. Lindsey McCulloch and Catie Lanahan scored for Shaker, which got 12 saves from Maeve Tobler.

Ava Roemer scored five goals, and Abigail Licht and Jackie Reffelt each added four in Niskayuna’s 17-9 win over Kingston. Emma Batko and Gianna Deso combined to make 13 saves for the Silver Warriors.


The Guilderland girls’ track and field team won its own Frigid Cup Invitational with 281 points, easily outdistancing runner-up Shaker, with 113.5. Columbia won the boys’ event with 158 points. Guilderland placed second with 144.

Kendall Barnhart won the 200 meters in 25.70 seconds and the 400 in 57.72 for the Dutchwomen. Teammate Parker Steele captured the 100 hurdles (15.46) and 400 hurdles (1:08.04).

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