The victory was arguably Guilderland's biggest of the season. The Lady Dutch had lost three of their first four Suburban Council games, all by double digits.
"I'm so proud of them," said Cacckello. "We respect the past so much here, and we try to model ourselves after the past. I told the girls that this win teams in the future will look back on. This won't soon be forgotten."
Meanwhile, Bethlehem was left to figure out how to get itself turned around after a 4-0 start turned into its current 2-4 stretch.
"We're struggling offensively right now," said Nealon. "We've been working in practice and making an effort to get the ball in down low, and it hasn't happened (in a game)."
Guilderland traveled to Saratoga Springs Tuesday, while Bethlehem visited Shaker.""