Four Wasaren boys soccer teams took the field on Tuesday in Class C play-in games and at day’s end three squads seasons came to an end while the Mountaineers of Berlin stayed alive, posting a 1-0 decision over Middleburgh.
Catholic Central 7 Saratoga Catholic 1: The Crusaders jumped out to a 3-0 lead at the half and cruised to the victory over Saratoga Catholic.
Lucas Kania scored a hat trick to lead Catholic Central, while the Saints Luke Apy scored the lone goal for Spa Catholic with a second half strike.
Meekel Christian Academy 3 Hoosick Falls 0: Lens Lima with two goals and Dan McCarty with a single strike led Meekel past the Panthers of Hoosick Falls.
Fort Plain 1 Hoosic Valley 0: No other info at this time
Berlin 1 Middleburgh 0: No other info at this time
Congratulations to Stillwater soccer player Brooke Pickett on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
On Tuesday in Cambridge Pickett scored all three Stillwater goals in a 3-0 decision over the Indians and followed that with a four goal effort on Saturday in the Wasaren championship game leading the Warriors to a 4-1 victory over Hoosic Valley.
The junior striker leads all of Section II in goals scored with 35 including nine games with three or more goals.
Congratulations to Brooke, our newest Wasaren Sporstnet Player of the Week.
The Wasaren girls regular season wrapped up on Saturday in Mechanicville with a full day of crossover games and the championship match between Stillwater and Hoosic Valley.
Stillwater 4 Hoosic Valley 1: The Warriors complete an undefeated regular season by capturing the Wasaren title with the win over Hoosic Valley.
Brooke Pickett connected on all four goals to lead the Warriors who with the win move to 15-0-1 and now prepare for a deep post season run.
Casey Bugbee scored the lone goal for the Indians who wrap the regular season at 11-4-1 and will be a tough out in the upcoming Section II tournament. Continue reading
HERE IS THE LINK TO THE CALL OF FRIDAY NIGHTS HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN FONDA AND MECHANICVILLE.
The Mechanicville Red Raiders had run the table in league play this year boasting a perfect 13-0 mark, but with the two division alignment in the Wasaren, needed one more “W” to be crowned league champions.
Saturday night in Stillwater the Red Raiders took on Waterford in the championship match, and in a game that was tight from start to finish, came away with a come-from-behind 2-1 decision over the Fordians to wear the Wasaren crown.
Waterford scored the only goal of the first half when Tyler Galarneau connected staking the Fordians to the 1-0 advantage.
With 25:00 remaining in the second half Mechanicville evened things when Chris Ciccarelli found Kevin Charette for the finish, knotting things at 1-1.
That score held until the 2:19 mark when the Raiders Jeff Luce chipped a ball over Waterford keeper Bobby Valigorsky for the game-winner.
Both teams saw strong play between the posts with Valigorsky saving 15 shots and Raider keeper Zach White turning back 10.
Waterford finishes the regular season at 10-4-2, and Mechanicville with the win wraps the campaign at 14-0, 15-1 with both squads looking to make extended runs in the upcoming Section II tournament.
Hoosick Falls 45 Corinth 8: Panther running backs Jeff Vincent and Josh Colegrove both ran for three scores as the Falls cruised past the Tomahawks.
Vincent scored on runs of 8, 74, and 45 yards highlighting a 212 yard effort, while Colegrove added 103 rushing yards for a Panther ground game that totaled 341 yards in the contest.
With the win Hoosick Falls improves to 6-1 and will enter sectional play next weekend. Continue reading
It was homecoming Friday night in Mechanicville with all senior cheerleaders and players recognized in a nice pregame ceremony. A homecoming “W” is how all schools hope to finish the evening and the Red Raiders wrapped the festive Friday night in style posting a 23-22 come-from-behind victory over the Braves from Fonda. Continue reading
HERE IS THE LINK TO THE LIVE CALL OF THE FONDA/MECHANICVILLE FOOTBALL GAME.
The regular season for boys soccer wrapped up on Wednesday and the Red Raiders of Mechanicville picked up win number 13 to finish undefeated in league play. Mechanicville sits atop the Hudson division in the Wasaren and will face off for the league title with the Battenkill division winner, Waterford, on Saturday.
Mechanicville 9 Tamarac 2: Jeff Luce and Chris Ciccarelli both scored hat tricks to lead the Raiders past Tamarac. Continue reading
The Mechanicville soccer team continued it’s roll through the regular season on Monday posting a 7-0 “W” over the Panthers of Hoosick Falls.
Jeff Luce connected for five goals to lead Mechanicville with Marcus Tobin and Rocco DeVito adding single scoring strikes.
Mechanicville keepers Zach White and Glenn Prarie combined with the Raider defense to earn the shutout victory and move Mechanicville’s season mark to 12-0, 13-1.
The Raiders have been dominant of late outscoring opponents 46-6 over their last seven contests and will look to extend their run on Wednesday night when they host the Bengals of Tamarac in a 7:00 start.