High School Boys Lacrosse: Unbeaten Kingston tops Rondout in

Mary Grace Cannon sweeps inside for a goal. DAVE FREDERICK

Pino scored a pair of goals for the Skyhawks. The win brings the Bombers to 9-4 overall with a 6-1 record in the Liberty League Conference.

Jack Uhl and Kevin Collins added three goals apiece for the (4-0) Tigers in the annual contest that honors the memory of 2003 Kingston graduate Dan Barnes, who died in 2015 at the age of 30 from cancer. Scannell also chipped in with three draw controls and a ground ball, while Graziano collected four ground balls and three draws.

Freshman Olivia Pino (North Andover, Massachusetts/North Andover) netted two goals for Stonehill, while sophomore MacKenzie Pleshaw (Franklin, Massachusetts/Franklin) totaled a goal and assist.

Dominican jumped out to a quick lead in the opening half by scoring the game's first five goals.

The Lady Chargers added three more goals in the second half to extend out to an 18-1 lead which eventually became the final score.

Virginia scored four of the last six goals in the last 12 minutes, allowing them to tie the game at 6-6.

Graziano stretched the Adelphi run to seven goals to start the second half, assisted by Johnson, 27-seconds in.

Senior attack Heidi Colford poured in a career-high six goals while adding two assists in leading the Wagner women's lacrosse team to a thrilling 12-11 victory over Mount St. Mary's at sun-splashed Hameline Field on Saturday.

The first goal scored for the Bombers was by junior midfielder Erin McGee.

The Bombers are back in action against Bard College at 4 p.m. April 20 at Higgins Stadium.



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