"We were fortunate to get some close wins this season and to get good pitching and timely hitting," said R-C-S coach Bob Dorrance.
In other spring sports news:
The Bethlehem softball team had its finest season in years, finishing second in the Suburban Council Gold Division with a lineup that featured several underclassmen.
"I knew the girls were really talented, (but) not a lot of experience playing at the varsity level," said Bethlehem coach Karen Gentile. "So, I expected we'd have a good season and be in contention for Sectionals, but I also thought that we might have to go through a learning curve."
The Bethlehem girls lacrosse team survived a tough Suburban Council schedule to reach the Section II semifinals for the 10th consecutive year. The Lady Eagles lost to eventual Class A champion Guilderland in the semis.
The Voorheesville boys track and field team won the Section II, Class CC title. Its boys 3,200-meter relay team of Ryan Allison, Nathan Bub, Ian Powell and Mackey Lloyd placed second among Division 2 (small school) teams at the state track and field championships after winning the Sectional title.
Albany's Chuck Terry and Voorheesville's Dana Peterson won this year's Delmar Dash in April. Terry covered the five-mile road course in a time of 25:48, while Peterson won the women's title with a time of 31:17.
Connor Costello pitched a perfect game for Crisafulli Brothers in a May 4 Tri-Village Little League game against Andriano's Pizza. Costello struck out 17 of the 18 batters he faced.""