A little bit of everything from the fields of the Wasaren on Wednesday. Hoosick Falls and North Warren started their field hockey seasons, while a pair of soccer games as well as golf was also on the league ledger. Here’s a closer look.
Hoosick Falls 3 North Warren 0: The Panthers, dominant in this sport for so many years, got their 2016 campaign off to a fast start scoring three first half goals and cruising to an easy win over North Warren.
Sydney Luke got things started with a score at the 6:41 mark, and Ally Burdick found the back of the cage with a pair of goals the second coming off a feed from Liz Ryan giving the Falls more than enough offense for the win.
Cambridge 2 Greenwich 1 OT: The Indians Ian Montgomery off an Austin Hackman feed scored the game-winner at the 9:50 mark of the first overtime to give Cambridge the victory in their season-opener.
Greenwich broke on top when Collen Morency found the range 30:00 into the first half, but six minutes later Carter Hall scored to even things for Cambridge setting up Montgomery’s overtime heroics.
Stillwater 11 Mayfield 0: The Warriors scored six first half goals, and added five more in the second to blitz Mayfield in girls soccer action.
The Warriors Brooke Pickett and Sydney Wayand both scored hat tricks on the day, while Stillwater keeper Danika Svendsen made six saves to record the shutout as the Warriors go to 1-0 on the young season.
Golf: Saratoga Catholic 4 Cambridge 1: Three players shared medalist honors as Cambridge’s Ethan Jeskie, and Spa’s Terel Tillman and Jay Flynn all fired 40’s , but the Saints came away with the victory.
Emma Vandecar and Jake Welcome joined Tillman and Flynn in the win column for Spa Catholic who improve to 4-2 win the victory.
Tamarac 4 Hoosic Valley 1: The Valley’s Brett Norman fired a 42, claiming medalist honors but that was the only point earned by the Valley squad as Tamarac posted victories in flights 2-5.
Will Ashley, Connor Wright, Zach Buckley, and Brendan Gardner all posted “W’s” as the Bengals go to 4-2 on the year.