The Guilderland boys basketball team received the No. 2 seed for the Section 2 Class AA playoffs.
GUILDERLAND – Guilderland swept the top three places in the girls triple jump at the Colonie Relays track and field meet Saturday, May 7.
Isabella Bruno led the way by winning the title with a distance of 33 feet, 11.5 inches. Matlyn Gross was second with a distance of 32 feet, 8 inches, and Molly Dicaprio placed third with a distance of 32 feet, 4.25 inches.
Bruno was also second in the long jump with a leap of 16 feet, 9.75 inches, a quarter inch behind champion Alexandra Tudor of Shenendehowa. Bruno placed fourth in the high jump after she cleared the bar at 4 feet, 9 inches.
On the boys’ side, Guilderland’s Noah Carey and Noah Tindale finished 1-3 in the 1,600-meter run. Carey took the title with a time of 4:17.60, while Tindale placed third with a time of 4:19.70.
Marquis Chisom won the discus with a throw of 145 feet, 4 inches, and he placed second in the shot put with a throw of 46 feet, 2 inches.
Madison Harrigan tossed a no-hitter for the Guilderland softball team in a 14-0 Suburban Council victory over Mohonasen Friday, May 6.
Harrigan struck out 13 batters and helped her own cause with a home run. Alyssa Burg and Bailey Cummings also homered for the Lady Dutch.
Ballston Spa went on an 11-1 run over the second and third quarters to pull away for a 19-10 victory over Guilderland in a Suburban Council boys lacrosse game Friday, May 6.
Neil Swingruber and Hans Zimmer each scored five goals for the Scotties. Tucker Peceri, Tyler Rivera and Brock Walden all tallied twice for the Dutchmen, and goaltender Sam DiPace stopped 20 shots.
Guilderland entered the Ballston Spa game off an 11-9 loss to Shenendehowa Thursday, May 5. Kevin Dyer had a hat trick for the Dutchmen, while Owen Putnam tallied seven times for Shen.
The Guilderland baseball team suffered a rare Suburban Council defeat, as Mohonasen shut out the Dutchmen 3-0 Friday, May 6, in Rotterdam.
Mohonasen pitcher Kyle Canavally allowed three hits and struck out seven batters in a complete-game performance. Guilderland pitcher Nick Grabek went the distance, allowing three runs and seven hits over six innings.
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