continued "Glennon has really been ... the guy. When we've needed goals, he's the one who's put it in the back of the net," said Drescher.
"I think he (Dignum) played a strong game and our defense played a strong game, but we weren't clicking on offense," said Hudak.
CBA will try to build upon its first league win when it faces Burnt Hills/Ballston Spa Tuesday at RPI's Houston Field House. The Brothers then travel to Watertown for a weekend tournament beginning Friday.
Shaker/Colonie gets its next chance to record its first league win of the season when it meets Queensbury Wednesday.
"I think what we're doing (in league games) is we're hesitating, and we're not playing with confidence," said Hudak.