Nyuma sealed Guilderland's victory late in the second half. The senior midfielder pounced on a slow-rolling backpass by a Bethlehem defender and toed the ball past a charging Maddock for his eighth goal of the season.
"I was trying to get the ball because I saw I could get pressure in the backfield," said Nyuma.
"He's a great kid," said Ciaschetti. "You always expect a lot out of Sahr, and he's been coming through for us a lot lately."
Bethlehem mounted some pressure on Guilderland's defense following Nyuma's goal, but Dutchmen goaltender Devin Bailey made three saves to preserve the shutout.
Guilderland didn't show any signs of a letdown Monday when they defeated Saratoga Springs 5-0.
James Quinn and Tony Campagnano each had a goal and an assist to lead a balanced Dutchmen attack. Nyuma, Pat Quinn and Nick Cannistraci also tallied, and Bailey made six saves to pick up another shutout.
Aaron Costello stopped seven shots for Saratoga.
Guilderland hosts Averill Park Wednesday before traveling to defending Section II, Class AA champion Niskayuna Friday.""