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High schools: Burnt Hills boys' lacrosse beats Shaker

Tuesday's high school sports roundup
High schools: Burnt Hills boys' lacrosse beats Shaker
Caden LaPietro, right, scored four goals to lift Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake past Shaker 9-5 Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber/Gazette Photographer

Caden LaPietro scored three of his four goals in a pivotal 4-1 third-period run to help Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeat Shaker 9-5 in a Suburban Council boys’ lacrosse match Tuesday.

It was the first victory for the Spartans (8-4 SC, 9-5 overall) over Shaker since 2015.

Gordy Adams added three goals and three assists for BH-BL, and Ty McHerron contributed three assists. Goalkeeper Chris Serafini made six stops.

Shaker was led by Amos Grimm and Matt Calicchea with two goals each. Ryan Mazziello made six saves for the Blue Bison.

Niskayuna scored seven second-half goals to overtake Saratoga Springs 11-8.

Brock Behrman scored four goals and added three assists, Finn McCullough added three goals and two assists and Griffin King chipped in with two goals and three assists for the Silver Warriors.

Spencer Flansburg, Huck Patton and Will Fox had two goals each for 9-5 Saratoga Springs.

Gavin Breen scored four goals, and Owen Stefanke added three goals and two assists in Columbia’s 20-5 win over Averill Park.

Aiden Jones and Nick Gelder had two goals each for Averill Park.

Anthony Pizzola found the net three times in a five-point night as CBA downed Colonie 15-6.

In a battle of Foothills Council powers, Queensbury (7-1 FC, 10-4 overall) scored eight times in the third quarter and bounced Schuylerville (7-1, 10-1) 21-11.
Paul Wright scored five goals, Sean Collins tallied four times and both Alex Chirgwin and Brendan Duffy had three goals each for the Spartans. Justin Carte scored six goals for Schuylerville.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
COLUMBIA 20, AVERILL PARK 5

Columbia    5 5 5 5 — 20
Averill Park    1 1 1 2 —  4
Columbia scoring: Williams 1-1, DiDonna 2-0, Malone 1-2, Stefanke 3-2, Phillips 1-0, Williams 1-0, Burck 1-0, Breen 4-0, Cook 5-0, Blake 1-0. Averill Park scoring: Fleming 0-1, Kalinowski 0-1, Jones 2-0, Gelder 2-0, Finnerty 1-0.
Goaltenders: Unavailable.
NISKAYUNA 11, SARATOGA SPRINGS 8
Saratoga    3 2 2 1 —  8
Niskayuna    2 2 4 3 — 11
Saratoga Springs scoring: Flansburg 2-2, Patton 2-1, Fox 2-0, Sch. Flansburg 1-0, G. Patton 1-0. Niskayuna scoring: Behrman 4-3, McCullough 3-2, King 2-3, Collins 1-0, Brawnell 1-0, Guest 0-1.
Goaltenders: Saratoga, Fleming, 10 saves; Niskayuna, D’Allard, 5 saves.
BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 9, SHAKER 5
Shaker    2 1 1 1 — 5
BH-BL    2 1 4 2 — 9
Shaker scoring: Cheney 0-2,  Grimm 2-0, Calicchea 2-0, Leto 1-0, Melean 0-1. BH-BL scoring: Adams 3-3, LaPietro 4-0, McHerron 0-3, Bach 1-1, Townsend 1-1, Salsbury 0-1.
Goaltenders: Shaker, Mazziello, 6 saves; BH-BL, Serafini, 6 saves.
CBA 15, COLONIE 6
CBA    4 2 6 3 — 15
Colonie    1 3 2 0 —  6
CBA scoring: Pizzola 3-2, Smith 2-3, Doyle 2-1, Howley 2-0, Penrick 0-2, Ja. Goebel 1-0, Hammond 1-0, Davidson 1-0, Murphy 1-0, Je. Goebel 1-0. Colonie scoring: McGue 3-0, Dongelwik 2-0, Rossi 1-0, Doan 0-3.
Goaltenders: CBA, Tedesco, 7 saves; Vivian, 3 saves; Rogers, 3 saves;  Colonie, 16 saves.
FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
QUEENSBURY 21, SCHUYLERVILLE 11

Schuylerville    2 2 4 3 — 11
Queensbury    7 3 8 3 — 21
Schuylerville scoring: Carte 6-3, Carpenter 2-0, Roarke 1-2, Phillips 1-1, Bowen 1-0. Queensbury scoring: Wright 5-0, Collins 4-0, Chirgwin 3-3, Duffy 3-1, White 2-7, Benedetto 2-3, Shine 1-0, Stone 1-0, Shevlin 0-1, Edwards 0-1.
Goaltenders: Schuylerville, Tavares, 7 saves; Steg, 3 saves; Queensbury, Gannon, 8 saves; Miller, 2 saves.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Emily Walker scored six goals to lead Cohoes past Emma Willard 15-4 in the Colonial Council.

Holy Names defeated Catholic Central 16-7 behind six goals from Lauren Mesick and five from Grace Field.

Lauren Riker tallied four times in Bethlehem’s 8-7 Suburban Council win over Shenendehowa.

Mackenzie Ballard, Kira Tucker and Grace Paliwodzinski scored two goals each for Shenendehowa.

MK Lescault’s five goals carried Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake to a 15-9 win over Shaker.

Ciara Mazzone collected six goals and five assists to power Columbia to a 19-7 win over Averill Park.

Sydney McPartlon’s four goals lifted Niskayuna over Saratoga Springs 9-5.

Sofie Mangino and Ella Payer scored two goals apiece for the Blue Streaks.

Lauren Thompson posted four goals as Guilderland blanked Albany 19-0.

Maddie Etherton led a balanced offense with four goals as Johnstown defeated Schenectady/Mohonasen 18-2 in a non-league match.

Abbey Hollister and Taryn Ringer chipped in with three goals each for the 11-1 Lady Bills as eight players scored at least one goal.

COLONIAL COUNCIL
COHOES 15, EMMA WILLARD 4

Emma Willard    2 2 ­—  4
Cohoes    8 7 — 15
Emma Willard scoring: Nygo 0-2, Kane 1-0, Ketoun 1-1, Morrell 2-0. Cohoes scoring: Koentz 1-1, Hytko 2-3, Johnson 3-0, Walker 6-1, Roby 3-0.
Goaltenders: Emma Willard, Tada, 12 saves; Cohoes, Hunt, 16 saves.
HOLY NAMES 16, CATHOLIC CENTRAL 7
Holy Names    9 7 — 16
Catholic Central    3 4 —  7
Holy Names scoring: Smith 2-0, Tronco 3-0, Mesick 6-0, Field 5-0. Catholic Central scoring: Fountain 3-0, Doemel 2-0, Koberger 2-0.
Goaltenders: Holy Names, Harris, 6 saves; Catholic Central, Pratt, 9 saves.
SUBURBAN COUNCIL
BETHLEHEM 8, SHENENDEHOWA 7

Bethlehem    4 4 — 8
Shenendehowa    2 5 — 7
Bethlehem scoring: Halliday 2-0, McGrath 0-1, Jones 0-3, Riker 4-0, Ayres 2-1. Shenendehowa scoring: Ballard 2-0, Howard 1-0, Tucker 2-0, Paliwodzinski 2-0.
Goaltenders: Bethlehem, Koch, 7 saves; Shenendehowa, Sweeney, 12 saves.
BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 15, SHAKER 9
BH-BL    11 4 — 15
Shaker     2 7 —  9
BH-BL scoring: Fitzgerald 2-0, Connely 4-0, Lescault 5-1, Adams 3-0, McCarnan 1-0. Shaker scoring: Julien 4-1, Allison 1-0, Miles 1-0, Barbro 1-0, Sharlow 1-0, Papa 1-0.
Goaltenders: Shaker, Bette, 8 saves; BH-BL, Stone, 8 saves.
COLUMBIA 19, AVERILL PARK 7
Averill Park    2  5 —  7
Columbia    6 13 — 19
Averill Park scoring: Foster 2-0, Adams 2-0, Gelder 1-0, Vanderkar 1-0, Reitano 1-0. Columbia scoring: Mazzone 6-5, Rivera 3-2, Boyagian 3-1, Stewart 2-1, Stringer 0-3, Hawkins 2-0, Murtagh 2-0, Valenze 1-0.
Goaltenders: Averill Park, Taylor, 3 saves; Owens, 1 save. Columbia, Hawkins, 8 saves; Demers, 2 saves.
NISKAYUNA 9, SARATOGA SPRINGS 5
Saratoga Springs    2 3 — 5
Niskayuna    7 2 — 9
Saratoga Springs scoring: Mangnioi 2-0, Payer 2-0, Dennett 1-0, Burke 0-3. Niskayuna scoring: S. McPartlon 4-0, Conover 1-1, Reihs 1-1, Schroeder 1-0, Harvey 1-0, A. McParlon 1-0.
Goaltenders: Saratoga, Searless, 15 saves; Niskayuna, Banagan, 10 saves.
GUILDERLAND 19, ALBANY 0
Albany    0 0 —  0
Guilderland    12 7 — 19
Guilderland scoring: Thompson 4-1, Banks 0-3, Fanshawe 1-0, Hasan 2-0, Risko 2-1, P. Miller 1-1, C. Miller 1-1, Williams 1-0, Nieman 1-0, Hines 0-1, Nieman 2-2, Dollard 2-0, A. Williams 1-0, Golderman 1-0.
Goaltenders: Albany, Gilchrist, 4 saves; Castellano, 4 saves; Guilderland, Mooney, 4 saves; Gotay, 3 saves.
NON-LEAGUE
JOHNSTOWN 18, SCHENECTADY/MOHONASEN 2

Sch./Mohonasen    2  0 —  2
Johnstown    8 10 — 18
Schenectady/Mohonasen scoring: Bernandi 1-1, Tehako 1-0. Johnstown scoring: Lee 1-4, Hollister 3-1, Etherton 4-1, Fleming 2-1, Ringer 3-0, Tesi 0-1, Queeney 2-3, Fitzgerald 1-0, Memrick 1-0, Mullins 0-1.
Goaltenders: S/M, Stones, 15 saves; Johnstown, Manchester, 13 saves. 

BASEBALL

Ben Lavery’s grand slam and Jake Reinisch’s double and single lifted Shenendehowa over Colonie 10-6 in the Suburban Council.
James Davis belted a home run for Colonie.
In the Colonial Council, Kyle Mancini had two hits to spark Schalmont past Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 3-1.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
SHENENDEHOWA 10, COLONIE 6

Shenendehowa    311 000 5 — 10 10 1
Colonie    000 300 3 —  6  9 1
COLONIAL COUNCIL
SCHALMONT 3, RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 1

RCS    000 010 0 — 1 5 2
Schalmont    000 021 x — 3 8 2

SOFTBALL

Maddy Rifenberick hit a walk-off RBI single in the seventh inning to lift Troy past Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 6-5 in the Suburban Council.

Amaya George doubled and drove in three runs for Troy. Burnt Hills was led by Makenzie Konik’s two-run homer and double.

Emily Carroll went 3-for-5 with two home runs, including a grand slam, for six RBI, and both Sophia Caputo and Hannah Garrett belted home runs, driving in three runs each, as Shenendehowa rallied from a 4-3 deficit to beat Colonie 16-4.

Myaisha Kelly had a solo homer for Colonie.

Lauren Kersch struck out eight and tossed a two-hitter to lead Ballston Spa over Columbia 1-0.

Kersch had a no-hitter going into the seventh inning. Jess Patterson struck out nine and tossed a four-hitter for Columbia.

In the Colonial Council, Meaghan Houk homered twice to lead Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk over Holy Names 11-4.

Schoharie downed Berne-Knox-Westerlo 11-7 in the Western Athletic Conference. Reagan Smith led BKW with two doubles a single and four RBI.

In the Central Hudson Valley League, Mary Spence tossed a two-hit shutout as Rensselaer blanked Doane Stuart 15-0.

Emma Smith homered, tripled and drove in five runs, and Galway scored seven runs in the top of the seventh to rally for a 16-10 non-league victory over Gloversville.
 

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
TROY 6, BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 5

BH-BL    000 002 3 — 5 9 0
Troy    100 202 1 — 6 7 1
SHENENDEHOWA 16, COLONIE 4
Shenendehowa    201 (11)2 — 16 15 0
Colonie    202    00 —  4  2 2
BALLSTON SPA 1, COLUMBIA 0
Columbia    000 000 0 — 0 2 1
Ballston Spa    000 010 0 — 1 3 1
COLONIAL COUNCIL
RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 11, HOLY NAMES 4
RCS    007 121 0 — 11 18 3
Holy Names    001 301 0 —  4  6 1
WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
SCHOHARIE 11, BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 7

Schoharie    253 010 0 — 11 14 0
BKW    003 103 0 —  7 11 2
CHVL
RENSSELAER 15, DOANE STUART 0

Rensselaer    401 280 1 — 15
Doane Stuart    000 000 0 —  0
NON-LEAGUE
GALWAY 16, GLOVERSVILLE 10

Galway    200 502 7 — 16 16 4
Gloversville    310 501 0 — 10  8 2

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