Wednesday Morning Roundup

Hoosick Falls 3 Hoosic Valley1: Grace Houghton tallied twice and Kate Waugh added a single goal to lead The Panthers past the Valley on Tuesday.

Brianna Rolhoff connected in the first half for the Indians, in a match that was tied 1-1 at the break.

Hoosick Falls keeper Olivia Estes saved four shots in the win, while Hoosic Valley keeper Riley Caiazza turned back 12 shots for the Indians.

Mechanicville 6 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: The Red Raiders scored three times in each half in the comfortable home win on Tuesday.

Nevaeh D’Aloia scored a hat trick, Madison Daley connected twice and Bella Fogarty added a single scoring strike to lead the Raider attack.

Mechanicville keeper Olivia Horan saved three shots and combined with the Raider defense for the shutout. Mountaineer keeper Lyndsey Pratt saved 15 shots in the loss.

Waterford 9 Mayfield 1: Six Fordians found the back of the net in Waterford’s easy victory over Mayfield.

Addyson Galuski with three goals and Izzy Vecchio with a pair led the Fordians attack that also included single tallies from Sophia Belonga, Carly Cordts, Cassidy McClement and Bailey Beauregard.

Waterford keeper Maddie Atwood and the Fordian”D” earned the shutout with Atwood denying three shots in the match.

Mayfield keeper Marissa Wille saved 15 shots in defeat.

Mt. Anthony 3 Stillwater 1: The Warriors led 1-0 at the break on the strength of a Katelyn Koval tally, but after intermission Meghan Barilone, Alexis Harrington and Elyse Atland split the posts to lead the Patriots to the come-from-behind “W”.

Stillwater keeper Mia Corraro saved 19 shots in the match.


Hoosick Falls 4 1/2 Greenwich 1/2: Eighth-grader Dylan Callahan carded the low round of the match, firing a 42, leading Hoosick Falls past Greenwich at the Battenkill Country Club on Tuesday.

Aiden Fleming, Brady Hathaway and Myles Smith all posted individual wins for the Falls, while the Witches Erik Wade and the Panthers Alison Hathaway split the point in flight four.

With the victory Hoosick Falls improves to 7-1 on the season and it’s a good time for the Panthers to be hot with matches scheduled on each of the next four days.

Greenwich with the loss goes to 4-4 on the year.

Cambridge 4 Tamarac 0: James Toleman showed the way for Cambridge posting the low round of 41 at the Hoosick Falls Country Club on Tuesday.

Joining Toleman in the win column were teammates Mason MacDougal, Lydia Fronhofer, and Luke MacDougal.

Cambridge improves to 5-3 with the win, while Tamarac slips to 1-4 this season.

Soccer and Golf Action

Greenwich 3 Hoosic Valley 2 OT: In the second overtime of the match, the Witches Madigan Carner took a feed from Declan Kelleher and found the back of the net, giving Greenwich the overtime victory over the Valley on Monday.

Amani Raphael and Declan Kelleher with first half goals staked Greenwich to a 2-0 advantage at the break.

But in the 60th minute the Indians Tom Rice, off a Tyler Eddy find, split the posts and 10 minutes later scored unassisted to knot things at 2-2, setting up the game-winner from Carner.

The Witches’ Owen Keech saved 12 shots in the match while Logan Santiago turned back five shots for Hoosic Valley

Spa Catholic 3 Cambridge 1: Cambridge broke on top when Ethan Robertson connected on a scoring strike in the 14th minute, but the Saints Aiden Law and Tommy Greiner found the range before the break giving Spa Catholic a 2-1 lead at intermission.

In the 59th minute it was Law again this time off a Will Boisclair feed, giving the Saints all the scoring they would need to secure the “W”

Waterford 2 Stillwater 1: In a close contest throughout Waterford’s Benji Mills converted on a second half penalty kick, giving the Fordians the slim victory over the Warriors on Monday.

Tyler Juliano gave Stillwater the lead with a strike in the 10th minute, before Waterford’s Joshua Catanzarita found Mason Noto who finished to knot things at 1-1 going the break.

In the 50th minute Mills found the range off the PK for the game-winner.

Both keepers played outstanding games with Fordian’s keeper Alex Roy saving 10 shots and Stillwater’s Evan Coe saving nine.

Mechanicville 13 Hoosick Falls 0: The Red Raiders scored four goals in the first 10 minutes, and added six more by halftime in cruising to the one-sided decision over the Panthers.

Andrew Krazsewski scored a hat trick as did Wyqie Aguda, while Gordan Jenny added a pair of tallies for Mechanicville. Seth Johnson, Colin McNutt, Justin Mannion and Tom Wendel also found the back the net with single scoring strikes for the Raiders.

Krazsewski and McNutt added three assists each in the match for Mechanicville.

The Raiders keeper Dylan Raucci saved one shot for the shutout, while the Falls keeper Noah Abbot, under siege throughout, turned back 20 shots for the Panthers.


Cambridge 4 Stillwater 0: James Toleman fired a 41 to lead Cambridge past the Warriors in a match at the Hoosick Falls Country Club on Monday.

Mason MacDougal, Luke MacDougal and Lydia Fronhofer also earned points in the win for Cambridge.

Greenwich 5 Hoosic Valley 0: In a match at the Battenkill Country Club, the Witches’ Patrick McFee carded the low round of 43 in the Greenwich sweep of the Valley.

Bradley Brophy, Luke Demianenko, Sam Ziehm and Erik Wade all joined McFee with individual match wins for Greenwich.

Cambridge-Salem Rolls

Cambridge-Salem 48 Canajoharie-Fort Plain 6: Cambridge-Salem scored 24 unanswered points to open the game and cruised to the home victory over C-FP on Saturday in Cambridge.

C-S Quarterback Brice Burr was 6 of 12 for 89 yards with a pair of scoring strikes, connecting twice with Alex Luke on 23 and 25 yards touchdown passes. Burr also added two rushing TD’s for C-S.

C-S’s Mike Riche scored on a two-yard run, part of a 12 carry, 124 yard day for the C-S back.

Luke was Burr’s favorite target catching four balls for 75 yards and the two scores.

Girls Soccer

Greenwich 2 Little Falls 2: In the Hall of Fame Tournament at Niskayuna, Greenwich and Little Falls battled to a 2-2 tie on Saturday.

Little Falls opened the scoring with a first half tally by Shayna Straney, that was quickly answered when the Witches Norah Niesz split the posts, knotting the match at 1-1.

After the break Little Falls again grabbed the lead when Straney found the back of the net for her second scoring strike, but Greenwich’s Faith Ingber connected on the equalizer later in the half with the games final goal in the 2-2 match.

Football, Soccer Golf Results


Greenwich 54 Cohoes 0: The Witches hung 28 points on the board in the first period and cruised from there to the season-opening win over the visitors from Cohoes.

Greenwich quarterback Jesse Kuzmich threw for 104 yards and three touchdowns, connecting with Tyler Day, Deontae Bennett and Aiden McPhail on scoring strikes.

Bennett added a 52-yard scoring run, one of five Witches who ran for touchdowns on the night. Matt Conlin, Jayden Hughes, Colin Hughes and Ryan Hughes all “ran for six” in the one-sided Witches victory.

Schuylerville 14 Hoosick Falls/Tamarac 0: With defense being the theme of the night in Tamarac, Schuylerville used short touchdown runs from Owen and Lukas Sherman to get past the HF/Tam Wildcats.

Owen Sherman scored on a 3-yard run in the second period and with the two point conversion Schuylerville led 8-0, and took that lead into the break.

In the third frame, Lukas Sherman added a two-yard TD run and those 14 points were more than enough for Schuylerville to secure the win in a game where both defensive units played well.

The Black Horses held HF/Tam to 152 total yards while, the Wildcats defense limited Schuylerville to 214 total yards.

Lukas Sherman finished with 66 rushing yards and Owen added 40 yards rushing and was 6 of 10 for 83 yards through the air.

Wildcats quarterback Jake Sparks was 6 of 14 for 52 yards, and also ran for 54 yards on 11 attempts to lead Hoosick Falls/Tamarac.

Mechanicville 62 Corinth Hadley-Luzerne 0: No other info at this time


Cambridge 3 Hoosic Valley 1: James Toleman carded a three over par 38 to claim medalist honors and lead Cambridge to the win over the Valley at the Battenkill Country Club on Friday.

Mason MacDougall and Luke MacDougall picked up individual wins for Cambridge, while Hoosic Valley’s Chris Terry earned the point for the Indians.

Spa Catholic 5 Stillwater 0: In action at the Saratoga Lake Golf Club on Friday Charlie Greiner showed the way with the low round of 41, leading the Saints to the shutout win over Stillwater.

Robbie Bolen, Will Emery, Jacob Hajos and Tommy Greiner all picked up points with individual match wins for the 8-0 Spa Catholic squad.

Mechanicville 5 Waterford 0: The Red Raiders RJ Roberts fired a 46 to lead the field in Mechanicville’s shutout “W” over the Fordians at the Mechanicville Golf Course on Friday.

Joey Manzer, Connor Dion, Matthew Salvadore and Jack Salvadore joined Roberts in the scoring column for the Raiders who move to 5-0 on the year with the win.

Girls Soccer

Waterford 5 Galway 0: Waterford scored five times before the break and cruised form there to the shutout win over Galway.

The Fordians Addyson Galuski scored a hat trick in the match with Imani Bloomfield finding her on on two of her tallies. Also finding the back of the net for Waterford were Sophia Belonga and Natalie Rich, assisted by Izzy Vecchio and Belonga respectively.

Waterford keeper Maddy Atwood saved 10 shots and combined with the Fordian “D” to earn the shutout.

Galway keeper Hannah French turned back 18 shots in the loss.

Wasaren Roundup

Tamarac 3 Waterford 0: After a scoreless first half the Fordians used a pair of second half goals from Rocco DiCarlo and a single tally by Alex Ednie to post the victory over the visitors from Waterford.

Five minutes into the match, DiCarlo broke the tie with an unassisted strike, and the 1-0 lead, and it was DiCarlo again

finding the range again in the 65th minute for the 2-0 Tamarac advantage.

Ednie closed out the scoring in the 71st minute when he found the back of the net from just outside the box.

The Bengals keeper Goyer saved eight shots and combined with the Tamarac “D” for the shutout.

Alex Roy finished with 17 saves for Waterford.

Mechanicville 10 Berlin/New Lebanon 2: The Red Raiders raced out to a 6-0 halftime advantage and cruised from there, posting the “W” under the lights in Mechanicville on Thursday.

Five Raiders accounted for all ten Mechanicville goals with the quintet of Andrew Kraszewski, Wyqie Aguda, Colin McNutt, Jacob Eiseman and Tommy Wendel all finishing with a pair of scoring strikes.

Danny Hunt and Gabe Hart got Berlin/New Lebanon on the board with second half scores.

Mechanicville keeper Dylan Raucci saved three shots for the Raiders while Mountaineer keeper Kevin Chittenden turned back 20 shots in defeat.

Greenwich 3 Hoosick Falls 1: In a game that was tied 1-1 at the break, Greenwich exploded with four second half goals to notch the road victory over the Panthers.

The Falls broke on top in the 25th minute when Brenden Grenoble split the posts for a 1-0 lead, but five minutes later the Witches Madigan Carner finished unassisted to deadlock things at 1-1.

After the break, four Witches found the range with Joshua Poovey, Declan Kelleher, Jackson Fortier and Carner all finding the back of the net as Greenwich pulled away for the victory.

Stillwater 4 Spa Catholic 2: Harry Rubenstein scored in each half to lead the Warriors past the Saints in a match played at Gavin Park in Saratoga.

Rubenstein scored his first goal just four minutes in giving Stillwater the early advantage before both defenses took control. The next score came in the 50th minute of the match, off the foot of Spa Catholic’s Bobby Cousineau, knotting the contest at 1-1.

Midway through the half the Warriors took control scoring three times in seven minutes, with Ben Rubenstein, Harry Rubenstein and Ryan Golden all ringing the bell.

Late in the half the Saints Aiden Crowther tallied to close out the scoring in the match.

Hoosic Valley 5 Cambridge 0: No other info at this time

Girls Soccer

Bolton-Warrensburg 2 Stillwater 1: Bolton -Warrensburg used a pair of goals from Gabs Mowery to slip past the Warriors and post the road “W”.

Mowery tallied in both halves giving the visitors a 2-0 lead before Stillwater got on the board when Katelyn Koval connected on a scoring strike to cut the deficit in half, but the Warriors would draw no closer.


Hoosick Falls 4 1/2 Cambridge 1/2: The Panthers Aiden Fleming fired the low round of 37 at the Hoosick Falls Country, leading the Falls to the win over Cambridge.

Joining Fleming in the winner’s circle were teammates Miles Smith, Brady Hathaway and Allison Hathaway, while in flight four Cambridge’s Lydia Fronhofer and Hoosick Falls’ Riley Hayes finished all square, splitting the point.

With the win Hoosick Falls improves to 5-1 on the year, while Cambridge goes to 2-3 with the loss.

Mechanicville 4 Stillwater 1: In action at the Saratoga Lake Golf Club on Thursday, Mechanicville’s Matt Salvador showed the way, posting the low round of 47 in the Red Raider victory.

Joey Manzer, RJ Roberts and Connor Dion and all won points for Mechanicville while Konno Buchal earned the Stillwater point with a win in flight three.

Mechanicville moves to 5-1 on the season, and Stillwater slips to 3-5 with the loss.

Bengals, Indians Post Wins

Tamarac 15 Saratoga Catholic 0: Tamarac tallied nine times before the break in the one-sided decision over Spa Catholic in the Wasaren-opener for both teams.’

Bengals’ Abby Yetto and Abby Buckley both found the back of the net four times with three of Buckely’s coming in a five minute span, midway though the first half.

Katie Gross connected twice in the first four minutes of the match to kickstart the scoring parade for Tamarac.

Cambridge 4 Hoosic Valley 2: Cambridge’s Mazie Steele and Mata Danaher both connected with scoring strikes in each half to lead the Indians past the Valley in Cambridge on Wednesday.

The game was knotted at 2-2 after one half of play, on Valley goals from Leigha Henkel and Brianna Rohloff, equaled by tallies from Steele and Danaher for Cambridge.

After the break Steele netted her second goal of the game off a Sam Crandall feed, and later in the half Steele set up Danaher who split the posts to close out the scoring in the match.

Cambridge keeper Chelle Daniels saved eight shots in the game, while Indians goalie Riley Caiazza stopped 10 shots for the Valley.

Waterford 3 Mechanicville 0: Sophia Belonga found the back of the net in both halves, leading the Fordians to the shutout victory over Mechanicville on Wednesday.

Belonga staked Waterford to a 1-0 lead, finishing off of a Izzy Vecchio find, and the Fordians carried the one score advantage into halftime.

After the break it was Belonga finding the range again, this time assisted by Addison Galuski.

Natalie Rich closed out the scoring in the match, taking a feed from Carly Cordts and splitting the posts, securing the “W” in the Wasaren-opener for both squads.

Fordian keeper Maddy Atwood saved 13 shots and combined with the Waterford “D” for the shutout.

Red Raider keeper Olivia Horan finished with 10 saves for Mechanicville.


Berlin-New Lebanon 3 Greenwich 0 (Tuesday): Three first half goals propelled the Mountaineers to the road win over Greenwich on Tuesday.

Danny Hunt scored on a penalty kick in the 20th for Berlin/New Lebanon, and four minutes later Wyatt Powers finished from close range for the 2-0 Mountaineer advantage.

Hunt closed out the scoring on the day, connecting in the 32nd minute with a deep ball that found the side of the net B/NL keeper Kevin Chittenden saved five shots to earn the shutout, while Witches keeper Owen Keech turned back two shots in the match.

Wasaren Soccer and Golf Results


Waterford 4 Cambridge 1: The Fordians used a pair of goals from Josh Catanzarita and single strikes from Benji Mills and Jarron Maquire to post the road victory over Cambridge on opening day in the Wasaren League.

Cambridge broke on top in the contest when Ethan Robertson found Ryan Stevens who split the posts for a 1-0 lead just five minutes in.

Waterford evened things in the tenth minute, when Maquire finished a give and go with Mills, and the Fordians took the lead five minutes later when Mills found the back of the net off a Maquire feed and the 2-1 advantage.

After the break Maquire set up Catanzarita for his first tally of the match, this coming in the 59th minute and Cantanzarita rounded out the scoring on the day, connecting on a penalty kick late in the half.

Cambridge keeper Justin Hamilton saved 14 shots in the match, while Fordians keeper Alex Roy turned back four shots in the win.

Hoosick Falls 2 Spa Catholic 0

The visitors from Hoosick Falls scored twice before the break and made those tallies stand in posting the shutout victory over the Saints at Gavin Park on Tuesday.

The Panthers Connor Jones put the Falls on the board, connecting at the 22:00 minute mark and ten minutes later teammate Ramsey Webber, off a Brendan Grenoble find, found the back of the net giving Hoosick Falls all the offense they would need.

Mechanicville 11 Stillwater 0: In the annual match between the neighboring rivals for ‘the Cup”, it was all Red Raiders who scored early and often on the turf in Mechanicville Tuesday night.

Andrew Kraszewski connected on four scoring strikes, with Wyqie Aguda adding a hat trick, Colin McNutt a pair of goals and Ryan Grimmick and Joey Devito with single tallies for Mechanicville.

Raider keeper Dylan Raucci combined with the Mechanicville “D” for the clean sheet.

In defeat Stillwater keeper Evan Coe saved 15 shots for the Warriors.


Spa Catholic 3 1/2 Mechanicville 1 1/2: In a match played at the Mechanicville golf course between two of the league’s top squads three matches in the first five flights finished all square, but Spa Catholic earned full points in flights three and five to claim the victory.

Mechanicville’s Joey Manzer and the Saints Charlie Greiner split the flight one point, the Raiders RJ Roberts and the Saints Robbie Bolen did the same in flight two as did Spa Catholic’s Tommy Greiner and Mechanicville’s Nate Salvadore in flight four.

The Saints Will Emery and Jacob Hajos won their individual matches in flights three and five respectively.

With the win Saratoga Catholic stays perfect on the season at 7-0, while Mechanicville suffers it’s first defeat of the year and moves to 5-1.

The Red Raiders RJ Roberts fired the low round of 44 in the match to claim medalist honors.

Hoosick Falls 5 Stillwater 0: The Panthers Miles Smith led all scorers with a round of 42, leading Hoosick Falls to the shutout victory over Stillwater in a match played at the Hoosick Falls Country Club on Tuesday.

Other scores for the Falls saw Aiden Fleming and Brady Hathaway card 45’s, Dylan Callahan 48, Ethan Yonconish 57 and Riley Hayes 59.

Carter Wicheins posted the low round for Stillwater, carding a 50 on the the par 34 venue.

Cambridge-Salem Falls to Ravena

Ravena’s Aiden Lockner ran for three touchdowns, leading the Indians to a 30-24 victory over Cambridge-Salem on Friday night in Ravena.

Locker’s first scoring tote staked Ravena to a 7-0 lead after the first period, but the second stanza belonged to the visitors where a 10-yard scoring strike from Brice Burr to Dillion Hughes and a 3-yard TD run by Connor Chilson gave Cambridge-Salem a 12-7 advantage at the half.

In the third period Lockner scored on runs of 18 and 10 yards giving the lead back to Ravena at 22-12 heading to the final frame.

Early in the quarter Cambridge-Salem trimmed the deficit to 22-18 when Zack Price rumbled in with a fumble recovery from 10 yards while the point after attempt failed.

Later in the period Ravena padded their lead on a one yard run by Deandre English and a two-point conversion for a 30-18 cushion, before Eli Danio closed out the scoring for C-S on a three yard touchdown carry.

Chilson finished with 120 yards rushing on 16 carries to lead Cambridge-Salem while Lockner ran for 137 yards and three touchdowns for the host Indians.

Saturday Morning Roundup

Girls Soccer

Stillwater 4 Cambridge 3

In a back and forth match in Stillwater on Friday the Warriors trailed early, built a comfortable lead by halftime and then hung on to post the narrow win over the visitors from Cambridge.

Cambridge took the lead early when Addison Gates connected on a scoring strike at the 2:40 mark of the first half giving the Indians the 1-0 advantage. That lead however was short lived.

Ten minutes later Elliott Patenaude tallied, and doubled down with her second score of the match at the 20:00 mark giving Stillwater the 2-1 edge.

The Warriors Katelyn Koval and Karissa Mitchell continued Stillwater’s scoring run, both finding the back of the net before the break, sending the Warriors to intermission with a comfortable 4-1 advantage.

But Cambridge refused to go quietly.

With 15:00 remaining in the match the Indians Samantha Crandall found the range and with 5:00 left Tristan Crandall split the posts bringing Cambridge to within one at 4-3, before Stillwater closed things out for the non-league “W”.

Boys Soccer

Waterford 6 Corinth 0

The Fordians Josh Catanzarita with a first half tally and a pair of second half scoring strikes led Waterford to the shutout victory over Corinth on Friday.

Benji Mills, Schuyler Tostes and Mason Noto all connected for goals, part of a Waterford attack that kept constant pressure on Corinth throughout the match.

Tomahawks keeper Michael Petteys saved 21 shots in the contest while Waterford’s keeper Alex Roy enjoyed a clean day with no saves recorded.


Spa Catholic 3 Hoosick Falls 2

At Saratoga Spa Park on Friday the Saints earned wins in the top three flights and posted the narrow victory over Hoosick Falls in a contest that featured several matchups decided on the final few holes.

Charlie Greiner, Robbie Bolen and Will Emery all won individual matches for Spa Catholic, with Emery carding the low round of 40 on the day.

The Panthers Alison Hathaway and Dylan Callahan won their matches in flights four and five.

With the victory the Saints stay perfect at 6-0 while Hoosick Falls suffers their first defeat of the year, moving to 3-1.

Greenwich 4 Tamarac 1

The Witches Brad Brophy fired the low round of 44 to lead Greenwich to the “W” over Tamarac in a match played at Frear Park Golf Course on Friday.

Joining Brophy in the win column were teammates Patrick McFee, Sam Ziehm and Erik Wade.

Adam Rice earned a point for Tamarac with a win in flight two

Greenwich with the win improves to 2-3, while Tamarac slips to 1-3 with the loss.

Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week

Congratulations to Hoosick Falls golfer Aiden Fleming on being named the Wasaren Sportnet Player of the Week.

In three matches this week, all Panther victories, Aiden was simply on fire. The Hoosick Falls freshman in two home outings carded scores of 34 and 38 at the par 34 Hoosick Falls Country Club, and he also found the Battenkill Country Club to his liking, posting a one-under round of 34 at the Greenwich venue.

Congratulations to Aiden, our newest Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.