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Lacrosse: Spartans pull out OT win

Lacrosse: Spartans pull out OT win

Max Charlton scored 30 seconds into overtime to give Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake an 11-10 Suburban Cou

Max Charlton scored 30 seconds into overtime to give Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake an 11-10 Suburban Council win over Guilderland Thursday.

Marc Leveroni won a faceoff to set the stage for Charlton’s goal, which lifted the Spartans (2-3, 4-3) to their fourth straight win.

Austin Clark led the Spartans with four goals and two assists, and Will Clark produced three goals. Brad Johnston’s fifth goal for Guilderland (2-3, 3-4) tied the game at 10-10 with 56 seconds left in the fourth quarter.

Mike D’Amario piled up six goals and three assists, Aidan O’Brien collected three goals and four assists, and Niskayuna (5-0, 5-1) eased to a 17-1 victory over Bethlehem.

Conner McGuirk led a balanced Glens Falls offense with two goals and an assist, and the Indians (3-4) rallied in the second half to beat Schenectady, 10-4, in a non-league game.

James Schnepf made 29 saves for the Patriots (4-3).

Braden Kietzman scored two goals in Queensbury’s 8-5 win over Harrison.

Girls

Madison Shea scored six goals and set up two, Jordyn Marr had three goals and an assist and Shenendehowa defeated Columbia, 17-6, in Suburban Council action.

Olivia Pickett also had three goals for the Lady Plainsmen (5-2, 5-3). Gabby Childrose paced the Blue Devils (3-3, 3-3) with three goals and an assist.

Caitlin O’Shea had four goals and an assist, Morgan Minkler made seven saves and Averill Park downed Ballston Spa, 13-3.

Katelyn Dwyer, Maddie Dwyer, Cara Zanta and Carlie McNulty scored six, five, four and three goals, respectively, in Scotia-Glenville’s 19-13 Foothills Council win over Greenwich.

Emma Hardy turned in her second eight-goal game of the season and added three assists as Albany Academy (3-0, 3-1) overpowered Emma Willard, 17-8, in the Capital District Women’s Lacrosse League.

Tatum West had a hat trick for the Jesters.

BOYS

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 11,

GUILDERLAND 10 (OT)

Guilderland 3 2 3 2 0 — 10

BH-BL 1 2 4 3 1 — 11

Guilderland scoring: Brad Johnston 5-0, Jake Smith 2-3, Jeff Easley 1-1, Kevin Dyer 0-1, Jake Cornetti-Skott 2-0. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake scoring: Austin Clark 4-2, Will Clark 3-0, Josh Fortin 1-1, Mike Leveroni 1-1, Ben Clark 1-0, Max Charlton 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Guilderland, Sam DiPace, 11 saves. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Jake Henk, 12 saves.

NISKAYUNA 17, BETHLEHEM 1

Bethlehem 0 1 0 0 —  1

Niskayuna 5 6 5 1 — 17

Bethlehem scoring: John Fredette 1-0, Bred Bettinger 0-1. Niskayuna scoring: Aidan O’Brien 3-4, Ryan Lawson 1-3, Mike D’Amario 6-3, Lu Quinn 3-1, John Prendergast 1-0, Will Malerk 0-1, Sam Kaplan 2-0, Evan Maloney 1-0, Tom Horan 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Bethlehem, Dan Comber, 11 saves; Jim Verstandig, 1 save. Niskayuna, Nick Testa, 4 saves; Dalton Goldstock, 5 saves; Jack Lynch, 0 saves.

NON-LEAGUE

GLENS FALLS 10, SCHENECTADY 4

Schenectady 3 1 0 0 —  4

Glens Falls 2 1 5 2 — 10

Schenectady scoring: Ethan Szemansco 1-0, Erick Aldas 1-2, Kevin Canty 1-0, Feliz Rodriguez 1-0. Glens Falls scoring: Connor Toich 1-2, Chris Hass 2-0, Nate Piocharczk 2-0, Sean Hooker 1-1, Conner McGuirk 2-1.

Goalkeepers: Schenectady, James Schnepf, 29 saves. Glens Falls, Sam Gohn, 8 saves.

QUEENSBURY 8, HARRISON 5

Harrison 1 3 0 1 — 5

Queensbury 5 2 0 1 — 8

Harrison scoring: Jake Marino 3-0, Matt McLaughlin 1-0, Matt Allegretti 0-1, Jake Davidoff 1-0, Owen VanTongren 0-1. Queensbury scoring: Braden Kietzman 2-0, Ben Willows 1-1, Mike Carpenter 1-1, Tyler Raymond 1-1, Shay Benedetto 1-0, Rob Pollaro 1-0, Sean Duffy 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Harrison, Steven Forrest, 10 saves. Queensbury, Ted Nolan, 10 saves; Jeremiah O’Connor, 1 save.

GIRLS

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

SHENENDEHOWA 17, COLUMBIA 6

Shenendehowa 12 5 — 17

Columbia  2 4 —  6

Shenendehowa scoring: Madison Shea 6-2, Jordyn Marr 3-1, Olivia Pickett 3-0, Rachel Pichi 2-0, Katie Kerner 1-1, Anna Branch 1-0, Kristen Kirk 1-0. Columbia scoring: Gabby Childrose 3-1, Caroline Hirt 1-0, Jackie McGlynn 1-0, Shannon Ryan 1-0, Ashley Aupperle 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Shenendehowa, Lexie Keen, 5 saves; Sarah Arnold, 3 saves. Columbia, Sam Gladd, 9 saves.

AVERILL PARK 13, BALLSTON SPA 3

Ballston Spa 2 1 —  3

Averill Park 5 8 — 13

Ballston Spa scoring: Mattie Coffey 1-0, Bailey O’Grady 1-0, Sarah Thomas 1-0, Taylor Lewis 0-1. Averill Park scoring: Emily Halpin 2-1, Caitlin O’Shea 4-1, Sofi Sorrianto 1-2, Meagan Bulden 1-0, Meagan Lettko 2-2, Maddie Carroll 1-0, Katie McDowell 1-0, Abbie Zulusky 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Ballston Spa, Demi Maniezio, 8 saves. Averill Park, Morgan Minkler, 7 saves.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 19,

GREENWICH 13

Scotia-Glenville 7 12 — 19

Greenwich 8  5 — 13

Scotia-Glenville scoring: Carlie McNulty 3-1, Dara Oreden 1-0, Cara Zanta 4-1, Maddie Carroll 5-1, Katelyn Dwyer 6-1. Greenwich scoring: Marie Patane 4-1, Colby Youndt 3-0, Courtney Harrington 1-3, Emma Stein 4-0, Rebecca Gifford 0-1, Laurel Becker 1-2.

Goalkeepers: Scotia-Glenville, Abbie McHeron, 10 saves. Greenwich, Amanda Thomas, 9 saves.

CDWLL

ALBANY ACADEMY 17,

EMMA WILLARD 8

Emma Willard  2 6 —  8

Albany Academy 10 7 — 17

Emma Willard scoring: Tatum West 3-0, Elsie Campbell 2-0, Xani Shultis 1-0, Kiki Cunningham 1-0, Erin Hogan 1-1. Albany Academy scoring: Gabby Uccellini 4-1, Maura Mulligan 1-0, Ellie Daly 0-1, Emma Hardy 8-3, Marielle McHale 3-0, Candace Teliska 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Emma Willard, Olivia Gundrum, 8 saves. Albany Academy, Alex MacAffer, 2 saves; Olga Lukas, 1 save.

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