As the Capital District High School Hockey League regular season nears the stretch run, the defending league champion La Salle Cadets are kicking things in high gear. Tom Ryan scored twice and versatile Jack O'Bryan had a goal and a pair of helpers to lead La Salle to a 5-1 win over visiting Shaker/Colonie Saturday at Conway Ice Arena, the fifth straight win for the Cadets. La Salle is third in the Division I standings and next hosts second-place CBA Wednesday night.
While Shenendehowa was employing a diamond-and-one defense centering on CBA forward Andrew Signor in the first half, junior guard Jordan King was making the Plainsmen pay dearly for leaving him with room to shoot with a 20-point first half. Shen coach Tony Dzikas kept the same defensive philosophy in the second half, but instead of keying on Signor, the Plainsmen turned to Chris Hulbert and asked the senior to cover King man-to-man the rest of the way.
First-year RPI hockey coach Dave Smith knew enough of the rivalry the Engineers have with the Union College Dutchmen that soon after taking the RPI job last spring, he quickly took note of the schedule and the sixth annual Mayor's Cup game between the teams at Times Union Center.
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Selecting a term
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