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Friday hockey: CBA hangs on for victory

Glennon, McMahon lead Brothers past Niskayuna/Schenectady

Sean Glennon and Dean McMahon each had a goal and an assist to lead Christian Brothers Academy to a 3-2 Capital District High School Hockey League victory over Niskayuna/Schenectady Friday at the Albany County Hockey Facility in Colonie.

Glennon tallied 1:26 into the game to give the Brothers (7-3-0 league, 7-6-1 overall) a 1-0 lead. McMahon scored three minutes later to make the score 2-0, and Evan Van Epps added a goal less than four minutes into the second period to increase CBA's lead.

Matt DiVietro and Andrew Gallup scored for Niskayuna/Schenectady (3-4-0, 4-9-0) to bring the Mohawks within a goal, but CBA held on for the victory.

N/S goaltender Pete Mrazik had 21 saves, while CBA's Kyle Stockman stopped 12 shots.

Eariler in the day at the ACHF, Logan Akins' goal woth 8:01 left in the third period helped Glens Falls defeat Shaker/Colonie 5-4.

Eric Egan's second goal of the afternoon tied the game at 4 for the Jets (5-3-0, 5-7-2) before Akins struck for the Indians (4-3-0, 7-6-2).

Nick McKinney and James Rizzo each scored a pair of goals for Glens Falls, while Mike Mineau had a goal and an assist to go along with Egan's two tallies for S/C. Indians' goaltender Ben Hobbs made 28 saves.

In other CDHSHL action Friday, Bethlehem struck for five goals in the third period to defeat Queensbury 8-3 at the Bethlehem Area YMCA.

Sam Vincent's shorthanded goal 2:04 into the third period gave the Eagles (6-2-0, 11-4-0) a 4-3 lead. Goals by Andrew Carroll, Joey Verstandig and John Gosstola over the next five minutes helped put away the Spartans (4-3-0, 7-8-0).

Vincent finished with three goals and three assists to lead Bethlehem. Verstandig tallied twice, and Gosstola added a goal and three assists. Eagles' netminder Zachary Sanchez stopped 33 shots.

John Countrymen, Mike Pagels and Brandon Edwards had Queensbury's goals.

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