Guilderland boys soccer

On Sunday, Nov. 12, the Guilderland boys’ soccer team competed in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class AA Championship at Middletown High School. The Dutch battled till the final whistle but fell, 4 to 2.

On Monday, Oct. 30, the third-seeded Guilderland boys’ soccer team looked to end a 10-year championship drought as they faced off against fourth-seeded Niskayuna at Queensbury High School in the Section 2, Class AA championship. The Dutch struck early and ended that drought by winning 5-0.

Last Thursday, Oct. 19, the Guilderland boys’ soccer team hosted a quarterfinal matchup in the Section 2, Class AA sectionals at home. The Dutch started quickly and didn’t take their foot off the gas all game long. Guilderland advances with a 4-to-0 win.

On Tuesday, Oct. 3, the Guilderland boys’ soccer team hosted Saratoga under the lights on the turf field at home. The Dutch battled hard to break through Saratoga’s defense but fell, 3 to 2.

On Friday, Oct. 27, the fourth-seeded Guilderland boys’ soccer team went to battle against the top-seeded in Section 2, Class AA in Saratoga. Guilderland held them close at half but then Saratoga took control to win 4 to 0.

On a windy afternoon, Sept. 22, the Guilderland boys’ soccer team hosted Christian Brothers Academy. The game went back and forth in the first half, but after halftime, the Dutch scored five unanswered goals to pull away and beat the Brothers, 6 to 1.

On Friday, Oct. 22, the Guilderland Dutchmen boys soccer team, the 6-seed, took to the pitch against Bethlehem, the 3rd seed, played in the quarterfinals in the Section 2, Class AA sectionals. The Dutch fell behind early but fought their way to a 2-to-1 upset win over the Eagles.

The undefeated Dutchmen faced off against Niskayuna at Snyder field Sept. 23. The Dutch led at the half but yielded the tying goal in the second half to end in a 1-1 draw. Earlier in the week, Guilderland Head Coach Mike Kinnally won his 200th game.

On Friday afternoon, Guilderland boy's soccer traveled to CBA in the regular season finale before the Suburban Council Championships. The Dutch rallied from 2-to-0 at half to win 3 to 2.

On Tuesday evening the Guilderland Dutchmen boys' soccer team not only battled Colonie but the rain as well. The Dutch fell 2-to-1.


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