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Tuesday roundup: Woods scores 1,000th point in Shaker victory

Big first quarter helps Bison put away Guilderland

Shaker senior forward Lauren Woods scored her 1,000th career point in the third quarter of Tuesday's 65-31 Suburban Council girls basketball victory over Guilderland in Latham.

Woods hit a pair of free throws for her 999th and 1,000th points of her career. She sat out the rest of the game, finishing with 20 points on six field goals and an 8-for-13 performance from the foul line.

By the time Woods hit her final free throws, the game was already well in hand for Shaker (6-0 league, 7-1 overall). The Blue Bison jumped out to a 25-8 lead in the first quarter, and they never looked back in defeating Guilderland.

Madison Rowland contributed 19 points, and Mackenzie Rowland added 10 points for Shaker.

Hockey

Bethlehem scored six unanswered goals to pull away for a 7-1 Capital District High School Hockey League victory over Burnt Hills/Ballston Spa Tuesday at the Bethlehem Area YMCA.

Chris Caswell scored the go-ahead goal for the Eagles 4:55 into the second period, 53 seconds after Nick Van Liew tied the game for BH/BS. John Gosstola and Sam Vincent scored goals 24 seconds apart midway through the second stanza, and Caswell tallied with one minute left in the period to put the game out of the Spartans' reach.

Gosstola finished with three goals and two assists, while Caswell contributed a pair of goals for Bethlehem (4-0-0 league, 9-2-0 overall). Freshman goaltender Zach Sanchez made 27 saves for the Eagles, while Austin Clark stopped 31 shots for BH/BS.

In other CDHSHL action Tuesday, Guilderland/Mohonasen scored four times in the third period to pull away for a 6-3 victory over LaSalle at Union College.

Shane Shields tied the game at 3 for the Dutch Warriors on a power play goal 5:15 into the third stanza. Aaron Hull then tallied off a Shields assist to give G/M the lead.

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