QUICK WRAP: Hoosick Falls lacrosse upsets Maple Hill in Sectional quarterfinals

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The Hoosick Falls lacrosse team celebrates after upseting No.4 Maple Hill in the Class C quarterfinals on Monday, May 22, 2017. Photo: Dylan Rossiter/518 Sports.

SCHODACK — The Hoosick Falls varsity lacrosse team picked up their first Sectional quarterfinal win in school history Monday, upsetting the No.4 seeded Maple Hill Wildcats in overtime, 9-8.

Hoosick senior Guy Milliman scored the winning goal 185 seconds into the four-minute sudden death overtime period.

“Coach said we had to spread it out and fight back,” said Milliman. “They came back, but I think we banned together pretty well.”

The Panthers advance to play at No.1 Greenwich in the Class C semifinals on Thursday, at 7:00 p.m.

With the loss, Maple Hill closes the door on its best season in program history. This season the Wildcats won 11 games and achieved finished with a winning record for the first time.

“Our seniors have done a great job all season,” said Maple Hill coachKyle Randall. “Overtime is a tuff way to go out.”

STATS:
Hoosick Falls
Name Goals Assists Saves
Zanie Becker 1 0 0
David Everavo 2 0 0
Nick Giradano 0 4 0
AJ Hurburt 3 0 0
Justin Lepage 2 0 0
G. Milliman 1 4 0
Mike Sprague 0 0 10
Maple Hill
Name Goals Assists Saves
Cole Cioffi 1 2 0
Nick Morris 0 1 0
Kyler Randall 0 0 27
Seth Roberts 3 0 0
Tai Ryan 1 0 0
Ben Sherwood 3 0 0

-Dylan Rossiter – @byDylanRossiter – Rossiter@518Sports.com-

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