Lyle Thompson Selected Preseason Lax Player of Year

What Lyle Thompson accomplished last year was stuff of all-time college lacrosse lore. His name is already all over the record book — and many of his plays etched into the memories and imaginations of fans — heading into his senior season.

But what Thompson and Albany achieves this spring could add another layer to an already sparkling legacy for college lacrosse's finest player.

How far does Albany go with Thompson as the true alpha dog, without his brother and co-Tewaaraton Award winner Miles, and cousin Ty, on the team?

Massena claims NYSPHSAA Regional Championship in girls’ hockey

BUFFALO - The first time proved to be the charm for the Massena Central girls hockey team.

“It just feels awesome. It’s absolutely amazing,” said coach Jennifer Gray after the Lady Raiders (14-8) blanked Section 6 champion Kenmore 3-0 in their first appearance in the championship game of the NYSPHSAA Regional tournament on Saturday at the HarborCenter rink located near the downtown waterfront in Buffalo.

“Our theme since the start of the year has been, ‘Leave a Legacy’. We started it today and now we don’t want it to stop here,” she added. “Everything that’s happened this weekend and all year has been the result of a lot of hard work.”

Karyss Terrance and SUNY Canton Women's Basketball split weekend games

Women's Basketball
The Roos closed the final 7:07 of the contest on a 19-6 run to earn a 57-54 victory against visiting Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences on Saturday afternoon. Taylor Saltus (Clintonville, NY) led the Roos with 15 points and added four steals and three assists. Karyss Terrance (Hogansburg, NY) added 14 points and nine rebounds on 5-for-10 shooting. Brianna Sayer (Hermon, NY) added nine points and five rebounds. Logan Tallman (Heveulton, NY) chipped in eight points and Caseylynn Fulton (Saint Cloud, MN) posted seven points and nine boards. SUNY Canton dropped its other game of the week 63-48 on the road at Keuka College on Tuesday.
The women's basketball team returns to action on Wednesday when it hosts Vermont Technical College at 5:00 p.m.