After losing its season opener against Niskayuna, the Shaker boys lacrosse team has rattled off nine wins. Spotlight file photo
CAPITAL DISTRICT — Jared Hoff and Michael Stiso each recorded hat tricks to lead Shaker to a 10-6 victory over Shenendehowa in a Suburban Council boys lacrosse game Tuesday, May 3, in Latham.
Goaltender Andrew Leahey stopped 13 shots for the Blue Bison, who outscored the Plainsmen 6-2 over the second and third quarters.
Owen Putnam tallied twice, and goaltender Anthony Tebbano made 13 saves for Shen.
Elsewhere, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake built a five-goal lead and held on for a 9-7 victory over Guilderland. Will Clark had four goals, and Dan Biesty stopped 18 shots for the Spartans.
Kevin Dyer struck for four goals, and Sam DiPace made 20 saves for Guilderland.
Zac Schuette’s five-goal afternoon lifted Ballston Spa to a 17-6 victory over Bethlehem. Hans Zimmer contributed four goals and four assists, and Sam Swingruber and Joe McDonald added hat tricks for the Scotties.
Jake Szelest tallied three times for Bethlehem.
Hoosick Falls defeated Voorheesville 8-4 in a non-league game. David Everavo and Noah Labarge each scored a pair of goals for Hoosick Falls, while four players — Jacob Ardman, Tim Burnham, Aiden Crouse and Shawn LedDuke — tallied for Voorheesville.
In Suburban Council girls lacrosse action, Bethlehem cruised past Ballston Spa 13-2. Tessa Hughes tallied three times, while Natalie Cook, Sydney Klugman and Kathryn Sancilio all added a pair of goals for the Lady Eagles.
Guilderland outscored Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 8-2 in the second half to pull away for a 12-6 victory. Isabelle Sericolo racked up six goals and an assist for the Lady Dutch, while Kadi Futia and Hayley Kmack each tallied twice.
Shaker edged Shenendehowa 12-10 in a barnburner. Maeve Lennon led the Blue Bison with four goals, while Kailey Dodd registered a hat trick. Lauren Gray and Kendra Harbinger each tallied three times for the Plainsmen.
Colonie routed Schenectady 24-3 behind Ella Brownson’s seven-goal performance. Jamie Lam and Victoria Servetas each chipped in with four goals.
Shaker scored a run in the top of the ninth inning to defeat Columbia 3-2 in a Suburban Council baseball game.
Brendan MacPhee singled twice and doubled to lead Shaker’s nine-hit attack. Dino Ferrarese contributed an RBI single.
Christian Brothers Academy handled Mohonasen 21-1 in Rotterdam. Elliott Raimo belted a home run as part of the Brothers’ 21-hit afternoon.
Guilderland downed Saratoga Springs 10-2, as pitcher Matt Pierce scattered four hits and struck out eight batters to pick up another win. Cameron Myers drove in five runs, and Nick Bruno added three RBI for the Dutchmen.
Lansingburgh defeated Voorheesville 5-2 in a Colonial Council contest. Ethan Richardson doubled twice for the Blackbirds in the loss.
Guilderland scored three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to break open a close game in a 7-3 Suburban Council victory over Saratoga Springs.
Pitcher Madison Harrigan struck out 16 batters in a complete-game performance, and she helped her own cause with three hits and two RBI. Taylor Carman chipped in with a pair of hits and an RBI for the Lady Dutch.
Bethlehem edged Niskayuna 2-1 on the road. Stephanie Konas drove in the winning run for the Lady Eagles.
Michele Winn plated the lone run of the game as Shaker shut out Columbia 1-0.
Shaker swept a Suburban Council dual meet with Colonie and Niskayuna. The Blue Bison defeated the Garnet Raiders 97-69 and downed the Silver Warriors 100-53. Colonie defeated Niskayuna 100-63.
Shaker finished first in all three relay events, while James Newsom earned victories in the 100- and 200-meter dashes for Colonie.
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