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Warriors win, stay unbeaten in lacrosse

Warriors win, stay unbeaten in lacrosse

Mike D’Amario and Luke Goldstock both had four goals Tuesday as Niskayuna beat Shaker, 14-5, to rema

Mike D’Amario and Luke Goldstock both had four goals Tuesday as Niskayuna beat Shaker, 14-5, to remain unbeaten in Suburban Council boys’ lacrosse.

D’Amario also set up four goals, and Lucas Maloney fired in three goals as the Silver Warriors went to 8-0 in league play, 10-0 overall, while handing the Blue Bison their first defeat.

Tim Leahey led Shaker with three goals.

Jake Smith scored four goals and assisted on two others as Guilderland edged Colonie, 7-6, in another Suburban game. Chris West scored a pair of Colonie goals.

Sean Kelly’s seven-point effort helped Columbia edge Bethlehem, 10-9.

Nick Gosstolla had three goals and two assists for the Eagles.

Nakia Boozer, Erick Aldas and Mason Kristel all scored two goals as Schenectady beat Troy, 7-5, in the Big 10.

Nick DeVito’s two goals led six goalscorers as Albany Academy got past Queensbury, 7-5, in a non-league game.

Ryan Conway had two goals and two assists for the 7-4 Spartans.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

NISKAYUNA 14, SHAKER 5

Shaker 1 2 1 1 —  5

Niskayuna 4 5 5 0 — 14

Shaker scoring: Tim Leahey 3-0, Zach Sternbach 1-2, Michael Ricco 1-0. Niskayuna scoring: Lucas Maloney 3-1, Mike D’Amario 4-4, Luke Goldstock 4-2, Aidan O’Brien 1-0, Ryan Lawson 0-1, John Prendergast 1-1, Sam Kaplan 0-1, Tyler Pantalone 0-1, Reed Avveduti 1-0,

Goalkeepers: Shaker, Aidan Snyder, 10 saves; Andrew Leahey, 3 saves. Niskayuna, Evan Quinn, 9 saves; Nick Testa, 4 saves,

GUILDERLAND 7, COLONIE 6

Guilderland 0 1 4 2 — 7

Colonie 1 2 1 2 — 6

Guilderland scoring: Jake Smith 4-2, Steve Polsinelli 1-1, Alex Cardinal 1-0, Nick Titolo 1-0. Colonie scoring: Brian Pfeil 1-2, Mike Mineau 1-0, Chris West 2-0, Cam Carter 1-0, Joe Mineau 1-0, Khyan Gaddy 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Guilderland, Ryan Rafferty, 13 saves. Colonie, Brendan Doody, 15 saves.

COLUMBIA 10, BETHLEHEM 9

Columbia 2 3 4 1 — 10

Bethlehem 1 5 0 3 —  9

Columbia scoring: Sean Kelly 3-4, Andy Bohl 1-2, Peter Herrick 3-0, Brenden Pursell 0-1, Corey Coonrad 1-0, Tommy Hirt 1-0. Bethlehem scoring: Joe Verstandig 3-1, John Fredette 1-2, Nick Gosstolla 3-2, Brad Bettinger 1-2, Tyler Bugbee 1-0, Alex Merrill 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Columbia, Nick Barone, 11 saves. Bethlehem, Dan Comber, 9 saves.

BIG 10

SCHENECTADY 7, TROY 5

Schenectady 3 2 2 0 — 7

Troy 1 2 0 2 — 5

Schenectady scoring: Nakia Boozer 2-1, Erick Aldas 2-0, Mason Kristel 2-0, Kwame Jarvis 1-1. Troy scoring: Crobole 1-0, Wrobal 1-0, Braun 1-0, Littlejohn 1-0, Wescott 1-0, Woods 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Schenectady, James Schnepf, 9 saves. Troy, Episcopo, 15 saves.

NON-LEAGUE

ALBANY ACADEMY 7, QUEENSBURY 5

Albany Academy 2 1 3 1 — 7

Queensbury 2 0 0 3 — 5

Albany Academy scoring: Nick DeVito 2-0, Hugh Fisher 1-0, Nick Boyagian 1-1, Jack Bove 1-0, Dillon Flood 1-1, Shawn Knowlton 1-0, Connor Flood 0-1, Josh Egan 0-1. Queensbury scoring: Zoran Morrell 1-0, Ben Willow 2-0, Ryan Conway 2-2, Mike Carpenter 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Albany Academy, Max Ciovaccio, 8 saves. Queensbury, Kade Kirby, 6 saves.

Girls

SHEA LEADS SHENENDEHOWA

Maddie Shea had two goals and a pair of assists as Shenendehowa got past Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 7-5, in the Suburban Council.

Rachel Picchi and Kelly Wall also scored two goals for the Lady Plainsmen. Nicole Beardsley had two goals for Burnt Hills.

Helena Masiello’s third goal of the game was the winner as Col­umbia nipped Bethlehem, 14-13, in overtime.

Kaylee Rickert’s fifth goal of the game put Bethlehem up in OT, but Gabby Childrose got her sixth to tie it at 13-13.

Morgan Hardt’s three goals led 15 different goal scorers as unbeaten Guilderland beat Colonie, 19-0.

Francesca Gundrum scored six goals and broke the Emma Willard school record as the Jesters beat Hoosick Falls, 13-7, in the Capital District Women’s Lacrosse League.

Gundrum has 225 career varsity goals, four better than Jesse Schultz, who finished with 221.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

SHENENDEHOWA 7, BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 5

Burnt Hills 3 2 — 5

Shenendehowa 3 4 — 7

Burnt Hills scoring: Nicole Beardsley 2-0, Jordyn Godfrey 1-0, Nikki Pedone 1-0, Mackenzie LeVan 1-0, Aubrey Kamppila 0-1, Emily Ankabrandt 0-1, Shenendehowa scoring: Maddie Shea 2-2, Rachel Picchi 2-0, Kelly Wall 2-0, Claire Virkler 1-0, Paige Byrne 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Burnt Hills, Lexie Ball, 11 saves. Shenendehowa, Sheeva Massaudi, 7 saves.

COLUMBIA 14, BETHLEHEM 13

Bethlehem 10 2 1 — 13

Columbia 5  7 2 — 14

Bethlehem scoring: Kaylee Rickert 5-1, Sydney Shaw 3-0, Emily Conway 2-0, Peri Lindh 1-0, Abby Seymour 1-0, Mave Owens 1-0, Emma Cremo 0-1. Columbia scoring: Gabby Childrose 6-0, Helena Masiello 3-3, Sarah Jaromin 1-1, Morgan Woodard 1-1, Lindsay Mulligan 2-0, Renee LaRose 1-0, Amanda DeBarr 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Bethlehem, M,K. McDonough, 10 saves. Columbia, Sam Gladd, 8 saves.

GUILDERLAND 19, COLONIE 0

Colonie 0 0 —  0

Guilderland 13 6 — 19

Guilderland scoring: Shannon Mackesey 1-0, Cara Quimby 2-1, Morgan Hardt 3-1, Rebecca Golderman 1-0, Jackie Rogers 0-1, Amanda Coppolo 1-2, Kara Carman 1-0, Jenna Walsh 1-0, Chrissy Bolognino 1-0, Brittany Pullium 1-2, Katie Becker 1-0, Jenna Robinson 1-0, Isabella Sericola 1-0, Michaela Jones 2-0, Taylor Tysinski 1-0, Carli Weimburg 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Colonie, Amanda Diaz, 2 saves; Sarah Lister, 1 save. Guilderland, Kaitlyn Hess, 1 save.

CDWLL

EMMA WILLARD 13, HOOSICK FALLS 7

Hoosick Falls 4 3 —  7

Emma Willard 7 6 — 13

Hoosick Falls scoring: Hannah Fricke 3-0, Madison Guglielmoni 2-0, Keri Wilkins 1-0, Cat Charboneau 1-0. Emma Willard scoring: Francesca Gundrum 6-2, Xani Shultis 3-0, Sam Kreda 2-0, Tatum West 1-0, Meghan O’Hara 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Hoosick Falls, Kara LaFlamme, 10 saves. Emma Willard, Olivia Gundrum, 9 saves.

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