Hudson Division First Team
MVP Jeff Luce 11 F Mechanicville
Luke Jordan 12 D Greenwich
Marcus Tobin 11 M Mechanicville
Evan Petersen 12 D Tamarac
Chris Ciccarelli 11 M Mechanicville
Jake Zdonick 11 M Stillwater
David Everard 12 M Hoosick Falls
Max Ali 10 M Tamarac
Trevor Strope 12 D Greenwich
Zach Rapacciuolo 10 M Mechanicville
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Stillwater 5 Lake George 1: Brooke Pickett found the net three times and Teya Staie added a pair of goals as the Warriors posted the semifinal victory over Lake George and advance to the Section II Class C finals.
With the win Stillwater improves to 17-2 on the year and will face Schoharie in the championship match this week. Continue reading →
Was there ever a doubt? Starting in the preseason and continuing through the last weekend in October the prevailing theme in Section II Class D football was either Greenwich or Cambridge would wear the crown on the first Saturday in November.
Yesterday both squads cleared their last hurdle with blowout victories in respective Class D semifinals, setting up the much anticipated Super Bowl matchup. Continue reading →
The young and talented Stillwater Warriors will be making their first ever appearance in a Section II title game, courtesy of their 50-30 victory over Hoosick Falls in a Class C semifinal Friday night in Stillwater.
The Warriors moved the ball to the tune of 450 yards of total offense with a trio of sophomores leading the way. Continue reading →
Congratulations to Mechanicville’s Mackenzie Bowie on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
On Saturday Mackenzie scored five goals in a 6-1 sectional quarterfinal win over Catskill. It was the second five goal effort this season for the senior Bowie who has scored 37 goals with 13 assists on the year for the 18-0-1 Red Raider squad.
Congratulation Mackenzie, our newest Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
Mechanicville 5 Voorheesville 4: In a match that needed overtime sessions and a penalty kick round to decide things, the Red Raiders came away with the “W”, punching their ticket to the Class B Girls Section II soccer finals on Friday. Continue reading →
Cambridge 62 Granville 6: Cambridge rolled behind a powerful ground game that racked up 316 yards with eight rushing touchdowns by seven different players.
Tommy English scored twice for the Indians as did Kaedin Ogilvie, and Helen Mooney made eight of nine extra points eclipsing 100 points for her career. Continue reading →
Girls Class C
Stillwater 4 Chatham 0: Teya Staie, Keelyn Peacock, Devon Wagner and Brooke Pickett all scored for Stillwater as the Warriors turned back Chatham in Class C’s opening round.
Holding a 1-0 advantage at halftime Stillwater scored three times after the break to post the win and advance to the quarterfinals on Tuesday where they’ll host Bolton-Warrensburg. Continue reading →
Sectional quarterfinals in Class C highlighted a football Friday as four Wasaren squads started what they hoped would be a long second season run. Stillwater and Hoosick Falls both took step one in that journey posting convincing “W’s”, while the title quest ended for the Mechanicville Red Raiders and the Bengals of Tamarac. Continue reading →
Greenwich 5 Stillwater 1: A pair of Henry Hansen goals led the way for the Witches in their Class CC quarterfinal victory over the Warriors.
Christian O’Brien, Ellis Pemrick and Charlie Gartner all added scoring strikes for Greenwich who advance to the semi’s this weekend. Continue reading →