"That will help them out because it will be like when Burnt Hills was in class B (for all sports). They were in a class A league, and when they dropped down to class B, they dominated," said Gatta. "It's going to be hard for any team in our (Capital District Women's Lacrosse) league to compete with Niskayuna, but what will happen is if any team winds up winning three (Sectional titles) in a row, they'll bump that team up a class."
Following Wednesday's game against Cohoes, Scotia-Glenville plays Albany Academy for Girls Thursday and Queensbury Saturday.
"The big test will be Queensbury," said Gatta.""