Boys Soccer Roundup


There was  full slate of action in the Wasaren on Thursday, highlighted by Cambridge and Stillwater winning close contests and Mechanicville shutting out the Valley.

Mechanicville 6  Hoosic Valley 0:  The Red Raiders scored four times after the break to take control and notch the win over the Indians.

Jeff Luce and Chris Ciccarelli scored first half goals giving the Raiders a 2-0 cushion at the half, but in the second Luce and Ciccarelli found the range again and were joined in the scoring by Michael Cavotta and Drew Murphy as Mechanicville with the victory improves to 5-0, 5-1 on the year.

Tyler Kraszewski with three saves earned the Raider shutout, while Valley keeper Issac Carlo turned back 20 shots in the game.


Cambridge 2  Saratoga Catholic 1:  After a scoreless first half Cambridge took the lead on an Eli Robertson score,  which Spa Catholic quickly answered when Dante Marin found the range.

The Indians put this one in the win column when Daniel Medina found Ian Montgomery who finished for the game-winner late in the half.


Stillwater 3  Hoosick Falls 2:  In a back and forth contest throughout Grant Baker scored his second goal of the match with under two minutes remaining giving the Panthers the close “W” over the Falls.

Baker got things started just three minutes in, connecting off a nice find from Jack Robertson and the 1-0 Warrior lead.

The score would stay that way until the Falls John Reynolds rang the bell with 17:00 left in the contest.

Scott Travis answered two minutes later for Stillwater and the 2-1 Warrior advantage.

With 7:00 remaining Anthony Amidon knotted things at 2-2 finding the back of the net for Hoosick Falls setting up the deciding tally by Baker .


Tamarac 3  Greenwich 0:  A pair of first half scores from Max Ali staked the Bengals to the early 2-0 lead and Tamarac went on to post the victory over the Witches of Greenwich.

Ryley Hisert added a second half strike for the Bengals who with the win improve to 4-2, 5-3 on the season.

Tamarac keeper Tyler Peterson with 10 saves notched the shutout, while Brenden Rodd saved 12 shots for Greenwich who with the loss go to 4-1 on the year.


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