School lacrosse: Sexton sets record
Niskayuna junior lacrosse player Catherine Sexton set a school one-game record with eight assists in Tuesday’s 20-6 Suburban Council win over Averill Park.
Sexton also scored two goals for a career-high 10 points.
Sexton had shared the Niskayuna assist record of six with Kayla Treanor. Treanor, who is excelling at Syracuse, had six assists in a 2012 game against Saratoga Springs. Sexton had six assists earlier this season against Ballston Spa, and also had six against Ballston Spa in 2012.
Here’s a list of the Section II single-game assist records compiled by the Gazette. Additions or corrections can be sent to me at email@example.com or by calling 395-3143.
Stephanie Caouette, Columbia, 10 assists, vs. Colonie (2007, in 17-5 win)
Courtney Pierce, Schuylerville, 10, vs. South Glens Falls (2009, in 23-15 win)
Katie Rowan, Bethlehem, 10, vs. Kingston (2005, in 25-2 regional win)
Katie Rowan, Bethlehem, 9, vs. Guilderland (2005, in 16-8 win)
Jackie Adkins, South Glens Falls, 8, vs. Greenwich (2011)
Allison Butler, Queensbury, 8, vs. Averill Park (2013)
Adrianne Devine, Shaker, 8, vs. Averill Park (2011)
Leslie Pollock, Shaker, 8, vs. Guilderland (1999)
Jayne Ryan, Holy Names, 8, vs. Scotia (2012)
Catherine Sexton, Niskayuna, 8, vs. Averill Park (2014)
COLONIE ATHLETES TO SIGN
Eight Colonie seniors will be signing their national letters of intent Thursday. Each member of the group will attend their respective institution on an athletic scholarship.
Austin DiCerbo (Football, Assumption College, Civil Engineering).
Sean Ryan (Lacrosse, University of Tampa, Finance).
Kara Snyder (Track/Field, Villanova, Chemical Engineering).
Ben Contento (Baseball, St. Bonaventure, Business).
Khyan Gaddy (Lacrosse, Southern New Hampshire, Sociology).
Jordan Johnson (Track/Field, Stony Brook, Biology).
Paolino Curto (Soccer, Siena College, Business).
Zach Bell (Track/Field, Merrimack College, Sports Medicine).
WHAT THEY’RE DOING
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake graduate Matt Bynon, a libero at Rivier University, has been named an American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III second-team All-American.
The 5-foot-9 senior was second in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference with 2.56 digs per set. Bynon helped lead Rivier to the NCAA D-III tournament.