CAPITAL DISTRICT — Shenendehowa scored three times in the fourth quarter to edge Guilderland 11-9 in a Suburban Council boys lacrosse game Thursday, May 5, in Clifton Park.
Owen Putnam struck for seven goals, and Matt Stucci contributed two goals and five assists for Shen. Anthony Tebbano stopped 18 shots.
Kevin Dyer led Guilderland with a hat trick and an assist.
Elsewhere in the Suburban Council, Colonie doubled up Albany 8-4, while Christian Brothers Academy fended off Columbia 9-5.
Matt Fisher tallied three times to lead Colonie past Suburban Council newcomer Albany. Liam Dollard chipped in with two goals and three assists, and goaltender CJ Alesandrini had 16 saves.
Kalair Marshall scored twice for Albany.
Luke Anthony and Nolan Aery each had hat tricks for CBA in its win against Columbia. Anthony also helped out with three assists, and goaltender Darrian Poole stopped 15 shots.
Gregory Gavitt and Ricker Fredericks each tallied twice for Columbia.
Bethlehem jumped out to a 7-0 lead and cruised past Schenectady 19-10 in Delmar. Jake Szelest led the Eagles with six goals and an assist, while Devon Halliday contributed six assists. Ethan Sheraw struck for four goals, and Ryan Starr added a hat trick and an assist.
Alex Rodriguez paced Schenectady with four goals and two helpers.
Shaker eased past Troy 14-1 in Latham on a night where the school honored 35 years of boys lacrosse by unveiling its list of the top 50 players in the program’s history.
Jared Hoff tallied five times to lead a balanced Shaker attack. Michael Stiso, Luke Julien, Mark Calicchia and Jack Cheney all scored two goals.
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