Greenwich 5 Berlin 2: The Witches fell behind early but roared back, scoring five unanswered in the comfortable win over Berlin.
Fifteen minutes into this one, Tyler Kellar finished a nice find from Seiji Akerra giving Berlin the short-lived advantage.
Thirteen minutes later it was 2-1 Greenwich on a pair of goals from Christian O’Brien, both coming on the business end off corners from AJ Rymph.
After the break a pair of Rymph scores sandwiched around a Luke Jordan goal on a penalty kick gave Greenwich a commanding 5-1 cushion.
Berlin’s Ryan Willis closed out the scoring in the match converting on an unassisted score in the final minute.
Between the posts Greenwich’s Brendan Rodd saved six, while Victor Gerkman stopped eight shots for Berlin.
Cambridge 2 Waterford 0: The Indians found the range once in each half and that was more than enough to turn back the Fordians of Waterford.
Midway through the first half Patrick Robertson lofted a pass over the Waterford defense to a sprinting Daniel Medina who put it away for the 1-0 lead. That score held until the 58:00 mark when again it was Medina, this time with a header off a feed from Emerson Lopez and Cambridge’s defense did the rest in posting the shutout victory.
Cody Oldham saved four shots for Cambridge while Waterford’s Mike Thomas stopped eight.
Hoosic Valley 1 Saratoga Catholic 0: A first half goal by CJ Bassett off a nice ball from Chris Hallam was all the offense the Valley needed to post the “W” over the Saints.
Indians keeper Isaac Carlo played a terrific second half finishing with eight saves and the shutout victory.
Tamarac 3 Hoosick Falls 2: In a back and forth contest throughout the visiting Bengals used a goal late in the second half to squeeze by the Panthers.
In a match where the two teams alternating scores, Tamarac’s Jack Mulligan got things started with an early strike and a 1-0 Bengal lead.
David Everard quickly answered for the Falls, but Max Ali put Tamarac back in front finishing off a nice find by Ryley Hisert.
Later it was Evan Webster finding Yourry Reynolds, who found the back of the net to tie things at 2-2, but now it was Tamarac’s turn and Max Ali scored the unassisted game-winner putting this one in the win column for the Bengals.
Mechanicville 7 Stillwater 3: The Red Raiders scored four times in the first half to take control and went on to post the victory over the neighboring Warriors.
Jeff Luce enjoyed a four goal day, while teammates Rocco DeVito, Chris Ciccarelli, and Michael Cavotta all tallied once for the 2-0 Red Raiders.
Stillwater’s Grant Baker scored twice and Jake Zdonick added a goal to pace the Warrior attack.
Cambridge 9 Waterford 2: It was all Cambridge here, as the Indians scored four times in the first half and seven unanswered, cruising to the early season “W”.
Grace Snyder, Miranda Seacord, and Fiona Mooney all scored a pair while Taylor Stallmer added a goal and four assists to lead the Cambridge assault.
Jaelin Philo and Lex Viola cashed in with second half tallies for Waterford.
Hoosick Falls 4 1/2 Stillwater 1/2: Mathew Smith carded a 33 to lead the Panthers past Stillwater in a match played at Hoosick Falls Country Club on Thursday.
Ryan Bloomer, Connor Smith and Miles Smith all notched wins for the Falls, while The Panthers Brady Hathaway and Stillwater’s Joe Pickett split the point in flight 4.
Hoosic Valley 4 Tamarac 1: Brett Norman fired a 41 to claim medalist honors as the Indians rolled past the Bengals in action at Frear Park.
Oliver Eckler, Nolan Rafferty and Isiah Eckler picked up wins for the Valley, with Jacob Swanson earning a point with a victory in flight 5 for Tamarac.