Devon Patrick and Cody Schnepf were the offensive stars as Schenectady whipped Troy, 19-6, in a Big 10 boys lacrosse game on Tuesday.

Patrick delivered seven goals and three assists while Schnepf contributed six goals.

Mike Jenkins put together four goals and four goals in Shenendehowa's 12-11 victory over Shaker in the Suburban Council.

Joe Chiara produced six goals on the Shaker side.

Trevor Hiss scored five goals and two assists as Burnt Hills beat Ballston Spa, 11-7, in another Suburban Council contest.

In girls lacrosse, Helena Massielo had five goals and an assist as Columbia turned away Holy Names, 11-6, in a non-league matchup.

In softball, Alex Rollis continues to shine on the mound. The Loudonville Christian pitcher hurled her fifth no-hitter of the season in a 20-0 five-inning win over Heatly in the Central Hudson Valley League. Loudonville Christian ended the CHVL season at 16-0.

Rollis also banged out three hits and three RBI.

Mother Nature is playing a little havoc with the spring sports schedule as rain has postponed several athletic events.


Scholar-Athlete awards

The 2011 Capital District Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete dinner was held recently.

Eleven players, six coaches and three others were recognized.

The athletes selected as Scholar-Athlete winners were Chris Carbone (Amsterdam), Sean Spath (Bishop Maginn), Jack Guba (Burnt Hills), Charles Parslow (Fonda), Cody Webber (Gloversville), Robert Orban III (Queensbury), Dan Rittenhouse (Saratoga), Sean Flanders (Schuylerville), Tony Fusco (Shenendehowa), Jonathan Stidd (Union College) and Zach Diekel (Whitehall).

Coach of the Year awards: Craig Cavotta (Columbia, Class AA), Matt Shell (Burnt Hills, Class A) and Pat Liverio (Amsterdam, Class A), Joe Whipple (Schalmont, Class B), Ron Jones (Hoosick Falls, Class C) and Doug Luke (Cambridge, Class D).

Bob Gould (Service to Football), Bob Collins (Outstanding Football Officials Award) and Joe Rajczak (Distinguished American Award) also received honors.