Soccer Sectionals

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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.

Girls Soccer

Cambridge 1  Galway 0:  The match was scoreless through regulation and the first overtime session, but the Indians Grace Snyder took a Miranda Seacord feed and put it away in the second overtime giving Cambridge the win in Class C opening round action.

Victoria Dupius with seven saves earned the shutout for Cambridge who advance to play Lake George on Wednesday in a quarterfinal match.

 

Stillwater 4  Berlin 0:  Brooke Pickett scored twice, Sydney Wayand and Devon Wagner added single tallies as the Warriors advance in Class C play with the quarterfinal victory.

Danika Svendsen turned back two shots to record the shutout for Stillwater who will meet Maple Hill on Wednesday in a quarterfinal.

 

Mechanicville 5   Berne Knox 0:  Mackenzie Bowie scored a hat trick, and Quinlin Gowett and N. D’Alioa added single strikes leading the Raiders to the opening round win in Class C.

Lauren Claeys saved 5 for the shutout as Mechanicville heads to the quarterfinal round.

 

Boys Soccer

Maple Hill 2  Mechanicville 0:  After a scoreless first half Bryan Kern and Garret Axtmann both found the range with second half goals leading the Hilltoppers to the win over the Raiders.

Mechanicville finishes a fine season with a 13-5 mark.

 

Galway 1  Stillwater 0:  Erik Matthews scored in the first half and Galway made it stand in the narrow victory over the Warriors.

Shane Browell saved eight for the shutout, and Warriors keeper Robbie Varvaro saved nine for Stillwater who finish an excellent year at 16-2.

 

Mayfield 1   Cambridge 0 OT:  Mayfield’s John Fancher ended a scoreless drought in the first overtime, finding the range with the game winner as Mayfield squeaked by the Indians of Cambridge.

Anthony Brandon earned the shutout with six saves for Mayfield, and Cody Oldham saved five  for Cambridge who wrap up a fine fall season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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