lacrosse

Three defending champions last spring; not one repeated.

The Guilderland girls' lacrosse team tried to defend its title on Wednesday, but the ball bounced the other way.

After some tough losses this season, the Guilderland girls' lacrosse team has finally "found a way to go after it," Head Coach Carrie Britt said.  

The Voorheesville lacrosse team has scored just three goals in four games this season, but, with a fearless goalie, the Birds' situation may get better.

The Dutchmen lacrosse team is 3-1, but coach says young players are taking time to learn, which he expected anyway.

Until last Friday, the Guilderland girls' lacrosse team hadn't lost to a Suburban Council opponent since April 20, 2007.

After 12 years, 196 victories, and five Section 2 titles, Gary Chatnik stepped down as the Guilderland girls' lacrosse coach. Chatnik's assistant, Carrie Britt, has filled the position.

TROY — Gary Chatnik never went searching for a coaching career in girls’ lacrosse. Coaching found him. Describing himself as “a meddling parent,” Chatnik said that, 12 years ago, he asked if he could help Guilderland’s lacrosse program.

 In the Division II Championship game last month in Philadelphia, Aaron Cahill and Danny Santandrea were teammates for LeMoyne College, and they went up against Eugene Sellie, who will be a senior at Mercyhurst College next fall. All three played lacrosse for Guilderland.

 

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