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Spartans battle back for 9-8 OT lacrosse win

Wednesday, April 17, 2013
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Freshman Will Clark scored his fourth goal with 2:20 left in the second overtime as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake edged Columbia, 9-8, in a Suburban Council lacrosse game Tuesday.

The Spartans rallied from 6-1 and 7-3 deficits to take an 8-7 lead on Tom Kenneally’s goal. Columbia’s Brendan Pursel sent the game into overtime on a goal with nine seconds left.

The victory left Burnt Hills coach Tom Schwan two shy of 200 for his career.

“It wasn’t pretty, but the guys believed they were going to be successful, and they continued to work hard. They stayed after it,” said Schwan. “They showed some resilience and Burnt Hills pride.”

Kenneally and Bill Chapman scored two goals apiece for BH-BL (2-3, 2-3), and Eric Dillon had a goal and four assists, his last one coming on Clark’s game-winner.

Sean Kelly had three goals for Columbia (0-3, 1-4).

Burnt Hills plays at Queensbury Thursday and hosts Scotia-Glenville Saturday in non-league game.

“Those games will have signif­icant [Class B] seeding inplic­ations,” said Schwan. “They’re big games.”

Adam Curro and Josh Frese both had four goals, and CBA held Schen­ectady to two goals over the final three quarters, in beating the Pat­riots, 18-5, in a Big 10 game.

Kwame Jarvis had two goals and an assist the Patriots.

Braden Kietzman and Ben Willows both scored four goals to lead 6-0 Queensbury past South Glens Falls, 12-6, in a Foothills Council game.

GIRLS

Rebecca Golderman fired in five goals as the Guilderland girls remained unbeaten with a 15-6 win over Niskayuna.

Cara Quimby and Morgan Hardt both added three goals for the Lady Dutch. Catherine Sexton and Kelly Schlansker both scored a pair of goals for Niskayuna.

Bri Sirianni scored three goals and assisted on two others as Sar­atoga Springs downed Averill Park, 8-2.

Hannah Wise and Molly Kern both added two goals for Saratoga Springs.

Christie Raymond collected five goals and three assists, Alison Butler also notched five goals, and Katie Zilka had four goals and four assists in Queensbury’s 20-8 Foothills Council win over Scotia-Glenville.

Maddy Carroll scored two goals for the Tartans.

BOYS

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 9, COLUMBIA 8 (OT)

Columbia 2 2 3 1 0 0 — 8

BH-BL 1 0 3 4 0 1 — 9

Columbia scoring: Sean Kelly 3-0, Andy Bohl 2-2, Brendan Pursel 2-0, Justin Feldman 1-0. BH-BL scoring: Will Clark 4-0, Eric Dillon 1-4, Bill Chapman 2-0, Tom Kenneally 2-0, Austin Clark 0-3.

Goalkeepers: Columbia, Nick Barone, 15 saves. BH-BL, Lucas Carter, 13 saves.

BIG 10

CBA 18, SCHENECTADY 5

Schenectady 3 1 1 0 —  5

CBA 3 8 4 3 — 18

Schenectady scoring: Kwame Jarvis 2-1, Erick Aldas 2-0, Tyler DePasquale 1-0. CBA scoring: Adam Curro 4-2, Josh Frese 4-2, Sean Behrmann 3-0, John Bassett 2-3, Griffin Fisher 2-1, Phil Krisson 1-1, Aidan Murphy 1-1, Dan Vivian 1-1.

Goalkeepers: Schenectady, James Schnepf, 19 saves. CBA, Connor Wacksman, 2 saves.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

QUEENSBURY 12, SOUTH GLENS FALLS 6

South Glens Falls 1 2 2 1 —  6

Queensbury 2 4 4 2 — 12

South Glens Falls scoring: Callan LaMay 2-2, Ben LaRue 0-1, Quinton Munson 1-0, Pat Fish 1-0, Ben LaRose 1-1, Pat Kimmell 1-1. Queensbury scoring: Braden Kietzman 4-1, Ben Willows 4-3, Garrett Bolen 0-1, Zoran Morrell 1-0, Rob Pollado 1-0, Mike Carpenter 0-1, Ryan Conway 1-0, Drew Wilson 1-0, Tyler Raymond 0-1.

Goalkeepers: South Glens Falls, Matt Bradym 7 saves. Queensbury, Kade Kirby, 14 saves; Jeremiah O’Connor, 3 saves.

GIRLS

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

SARATOGA SPRINGS 8, AVERILL PARK 2

Saratoga 4 4 — 8

Averill Park 0 2 — 2

Saratoga Springs scoring: Bri Sirianni 3-2, Hannah Wise 2-1, Molly Kern 2-1, Ann Mahoney 1-0. Averill Park scoring: Morgan Lionarons 1-0, Caitlin O’Shea 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Saratoga Springs, Zoie Cav­otta, 7 saves. Averill Park, Jackie St. Pierre, 9 saves.

GUILDERLAND 15, NISKAYUNA 6

Niskayuna 3 3 —   6

Guilderland 8 7 — 15

Niskayuna scoring: Catherine Sexton 2-1, Kelly Schlansker 2-0, Jillian Macri 1-0, Brianna Sacks 1-1, Anna Picardi 0-1. Guild­erland scoring: Rebecca Golderman 5-1, Cara Quimby 3-1, Morgan Hardt 3-1, Shannon Mackesey 2-0, Ali Cardinal 1-0, Jackie Rogers 1-0, Kara Carman 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Niskayuna, Asa Goldstock, 11 saves. Guilderland. Kaitlyn Hess, 3 saves.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

QUEENSBURY 20, SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 8

Queensbury 13 7 — 20

S-G 7 1 —  8

Queensbury scoring: Emma Morrissey 1-2, Alexis Gordon 1-1, Alison Butler 5-0, Katie Zilka 4-4, Mary Rahal 1-1, Christie Raymond 5-3, Casey White 3-0. Scotia-Glenville scoring: Carle McNulty 0-1, Molly Kal­asinski 1-0, Katelyn Dwyer 1-0, Cara Zanta 1-1, Maddy Carroll 2-0, Abby O’Connor 1-0, Taylor DeGraff 1-0, Meegan Sleeper 0-1, Megan McGillycuddy 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Unavailable.

 
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