The Greenwich girls cross country team, perennially a dominant force breezed to the team title in the Wasaren cross country championships on Tuesday at Saratoga Spa State Park. Five of the first six girls to cross the finish line were Witches as Greenwich ran away from the field. Continue reading
Hoosic Valley 1 Greenville 0: Sami Dickinson took a Madison Eddy pass and finished midway through the first half and the Valley defense made it stand as the Indians posted the victory in opening round sectional play in Class C. Continue reading
Many Wasaren squads competed in soccer sectional contests over the weekend in both the girls and boys tournaments. Weather forced some postponements and shifted matches to different days but here’s a look at the weekend results. Continue reading
The forecast for Saturday’s Class C quarterfinal football game between Holy Trinity and Hoosic Valley called for rain and wind in the air, with a heavy dose of the Valley running game on the ground. Mother Nature delivered as did the Indians, who rushed for nearly 450 yards on a rain soaked field in posting the 46-12 victory over the Pride. Continue reading
A pair of sectional football games, and two girls soccer matches highlighted a sectional Friday for Wasaren schools as Mechanicville and Greenwich posted gridiron wins, while Tamarac and Hoosick Falls got it done on the pitch. Continue reading
Class C quarterfinals were played on Thursday in the Class C boys soccer sectionals and three Wasaren teams earned “W’s”, advancing to the semifinal round.
Mechanicville 3 Bishop Gibbons 2: Jeff Luce scored a hat trick for the Red Raiders, two coming after intermission, and Mechanicville posted the come from behind victory over Gibbons.
Luce connected on his first goal in the first half of play giving Mechanicville a 1-0 lead at the break.
Michael Gosh and Will Lawson found the range after halftime to give Gibbons the 2-1 lead, but Luce tied things, finishing on a Reggie McCann find, and won it later in the half rifling home the unassisted game winner.
#8 Mechanicville advances to play at #1 Maple Hill on Saturday.
Stillwater 2 Schoharie 0: The Warriors got first half goals from Brody Cepiel and Cooper Monost and made them stand, in posting the win over Schoharie.
#3 Stillwater will host #6 Galway on Saturday at 5 p.m.
Cambridge 3 Berlin 2: Trailing 2-1 at the half the Indians scored a pair of second half goals one each from Patrick Robertson and Ian Montomery to notch the come from behind “W” over Berlin.
#7 Cambridge advances to play at #2 Mayfield on Saturday.
Galway 2 Waterford 0: Galway’s Adam Mancini scored just one minute in, and teammate Jake Restivo added another later in the half to lead Galway to the win over the Fordians.
Keeper Devin Pierre saved 17 shots for Waterford who end their season at 9-8.
Saratoga Catholic 3 Hoosic Valley 0 Continue reading
Sectional II post season tournaments are underway and on Wednesday boys soccer and field hockey began with opening round action. Continue reading
Soccer and volleyball both played out on Monday in the Wasaren with Cambridge posting wins in both girls and boys soccer, while Hoosic Valley remained unbeaten in league play on the volleyball court. Continue reading
The Lake George/Hadley Luzerne War Eagles came to Schaghticoke Saturday afternoon looking for an upset victory that would forge a three way tie for the top spot in the Class C North with Hoosic Valley and Greenwich. After one quarter of play the visitors trailed 14-12 and it looked like the War Eagles had a shot at the huge road win. Continue reading