"All that matters is Sectionals, and I think we're ready to play," said McConaghy. "Wherever we have to play, we'll play."
Rounds said he's hoping his team is ready to play Colonie (4-9, 7-10), which defeated No. 11 Columbia 10-7 in Saturday's opening round.
"We tend to play better against tough teams, so to me, our most difficult opponent is one like Colonie," said Rounds. "We beat them by one goal each time."
The winners of Wednesday's quarterfinal games play in Saturday's semifinals. The Guilder-land-Shaker winner meets either No. 1 Shenendehowa or No. 8 LaSalle, while the Colonie-Bethlehem winner meets either No. 2 Christian Brothers Academy or No. 7 Saratoga Springs.""