Suffern, John Jay, Putnam Valley fall in girls lacrosse semifinals
The Hudson Valley had three girls lacrosse teams playing in state high school semifinal matchups Friday. None, however, advanced to the championship round.
CLASS A: BALDWINSVILLE 9, SUFFERN 8
The Mounties squandered an 8-6 lead. Baldwinsville's Amari Pollard scored back-to-back goals to tie the game before Sarah Klaben delivered the game winner with 4:28 to play. Dana Gisonno and Jordan Drab each scored twice for Suffern (18-5).
Baldwinsville (15-5) will play Farmingdale at 9:30 a.m. Saturday for the Class A state title.
CLASS B: CHRISTIAN BROTHERS-SYRACUSE 17, JOHN JAY-CROSS RIVER 13
Christian Brothers raced to an 8-2 lead and got six goals from Marisa Romeo. Molly O'Reilly had three goals and two assists for John Jay (16-5-1)
Christian Brothers (18-2) will face Brighton at noon Saturday in the championship game.
CLASS C: SKANEATELES 16, PUTNAM VALLEY 6
After falling behind 6-1, Putnam Valley cut the deficit to 9-5, only to see the Lakers take control of the game for good by going on a 7-0 run. Skaneateles' Molly Wood scored six goals – including five in the first half. Eva Rabson led Putnam Valley (19-4) with three goals.
Skaneateles (19-2) will play Mount Sinai for the title at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
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