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April 24, 2014

Delhi men advance to NJCAA lacrosse semifinal

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Paul Hylan and Jake Guy each finished with four goals and two assists to lead SUNY Delhi to a 21-6 rout of visiting Finger Lakes Community College in an NJCAA Sub-Regional men’s lacrosse game Wednesday.

Colby Treat and James Lennon contributed two goals and two assists apiece for the seventh-ranked Broncos, who improved to 13-2 with their 11th win in a row.

Rob Rohan made nine saves and back-up goalie Zach Jerard had seven for Delhi, which jumped to a 12-2 lead at halftime.

The Broncos outshot Finger Lakes, 47-25, and held a 58-35 advantage in groundballs. They advanced to an NJCAA semifinal against ninth-ranked Monroe CC at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Tompkins Cortland CC. Top-ranked Onondaga will play No. 4 Genesee at noon Saturday in the other semifinal at TC3, which will host the NJCAA championship game at 1 p.m. Sunday.

Plattsburgh 22, O-State 4

Connor Coyle had two goals and an assist for Oneonta State, which dropped a SUNY Athletic Conference game on the road.

Daniel Stern and Matt Salerno also scored for the Red Dragons (4-10, 2-3), who trailed, 7-0, after one quarter en route to a 14-2 halftime deficit.

Robbie Ashlaw finished with five goals and three assists for Plattsburgh (11-5, 3-2), which received four goals from Tim Lawrence.

O-State hosts Oswego on Saturday.

WOMEN’S LACROSSEO-State 16, Scranton 9

Keira McNally finished with five goals and two assists to lead Oneonta State to a non-conference road win.

Nikki Fioretti (assist) and Catherine Clark contributed three goals apiece for the Red Dragons (10-6), who received two goals from Casey Sarle and one apiece from Chelsea Collins (three assists), Nicole Boylan (assist) and Allison McClain.

Amanda Reichardt stopped nine shots and back-up goalie Laura Grose made two saves for Oneonta, which gave up the first goal of the game to Scranton (5-8) but scored the next four en route to a 6-3 lead at halftime.

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