Friday Results

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Plenty of action in the league on Friday highlighted by football and girls soccer.

Soccer

Mechanicville 2   Cambridge 0:  Mackenzie Bowie and Madison Harrington scored for the Red Raiders and Lauren Claeys with 10 saves earned the shutout for the 8-1-1 Mechanicville squad.

 

Tamarac 2   Hoosic Valley 2  OT:  The Bengals and Indians battled through extra sessions unable to break the deadlock.

Tamarac’s Camille Gardner found the back of the net with a first half goal and Tamarac took that 1-0 advantage to halftime.

The Valley answered with goals from Samantha Dickinson and Zoe Neary after the break, to take the 2-1 lead. Later in the half the Bengals tied things on a Lauren Hunt strike and from there the defenses took over.

 

Stillwater 5   Waterford 0  (Thursday):  Brooke Pickett scored a hat trick to lead the Warriors to the shutout victory over the Fordians in action from Thursday.

Devon Wagner and Brooke Brinsko added goals for the 11-0-1 Warriors, and Danika Svendsen with 3 saves earned the shutout.

 

Football

Hoosick Falls 32   Tamarac 6:  Tristan hunt ran for 138 yards and two scores fueling the Panther win over the Bengals on Friday night.

Falls quarterback Aaron Tomczak threw for 2 touchdown and 141 yards as the Panthers improves to 2-3 with the win.

Joe Ballato rushed for 146 yards and a score for Tamarac (2-3).

 

Stillwater 32   Holy Trinity 7:  Mason Seymour scored three touchdowns and Ezra Echandeia added rushing and receiving TD’s to lead the Warriors.

Echandeia caught a 10 yard scoring strike from Sean Kane just before halftime giving Stillwater (4-1), control at 16-7.

 

Greenwich 42   Corinth 0:  On a night where Greenwich scored six touchdowns, Cole Burgess had the first four scoring on three runs and a punt block to lead the Witches past Corinth.

Burgess, working as quarterback out of the “wildcat” ran it in from 2, 14, and 49, and returned a blocked punt 17 yards for a score.

Brendan Stout with a 30 yard interception, and Jack Pemrick  on a 1-yard touchdown run rounded out the scoring for Greenwich (4-1), in the shutout victory.

 

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