A handful of matches played out in the league on Wednesday as the Wasaren schedule starts to roll.
Cambridge 1 Hoosick Falls 0: Eli Robertson found Ian Montgomery with five minutes left in the first half, and Montgomery’s finish found the side of the net giving the Indians the 1-0 victory.
Both teams had trouble capitalizing on numerous opportunities in a back and forth contest.
Falls keeper Evan McCart recorded 4 saves, while his counterpart Cody Oldham made 5 saves in notching his second shutout of the year.
Mechanicville 6 Waterford 2: The Red Raiders exploded for four first half goals in cruising to the comfortable win over Waterford.
Jeff Luce and Marcus Tobin led the Mechanicville attack with a pair of goals each while teammates Chance Ianuzzi and Reggie McCann adding single tallies.
Hunter Guertin finished on a pair of second have scores for Waterford.
Hoosic Valley 1 Greenwich 1 OT: The Indians and Witches battled through regulation and two 10 minute overtimes but the teams had to settle for the 1-1 tie.
Jake Cavert gave the Valley the early lead with a nice first half finish, but a second half goal by the Witches Hayden Stalter knotted things at 1-1. Both squads had multiple scoring runs in the overtime sessions but were unable to find the range.
Both keepers had great days between the posts with Brendan Rodd of Greenwich and the Valleys Isaac Carlo each recording 15 saves in the match.
Tamarac 3 Spa Catholic 2 OT: In a great match that needed extra time to decide Tamarac’s Max Ali scored in overtime with a shot from the left wing that found the far post, giving the Bengals a hard fought “W”.
Ali gave Tamarac the early advantage with a goal 19 minutes into the first half, but the Saints evened things on a PK goal from freshman Dante Marin minutes later.
With :10 left in the first half Ryley Hisert found the back of the net for Tamarac giving the Bengals the 2-1 lead at the break.
Just eight minutes into the second half Spa Catholic’s Connor Farrington evened things when he connected on a rocket from 20 yards out and that score stood until Ali broke the tie with his overtime heroics.