The Stillwater girls soccer team needed extra sessions to decide things on Saturday in their Class C state semifinal match in Homer. Tied 2-2 with Elmira-Notre Dame entering the first overtime period the Warriors found the back of the net with a pair of goals in the first overtime, on their way to a 4-2 “W” and a spot in the title game today at 12:30 where they’ll face Allegany Limestone. Continue reading
The mindset in post season play for many teams is to “survive and advance”. In Ausable Valley on Friday Cambridge “survived” the weather and “advanced” past a determined Moriah squad, posting a 54-20 victory in Class D state quarterfinal action. Continue reading
The Stillwater girls are making wins in the post season look easy. The Warriors have played five games in the second season and in those contests they’ve outscored opponents 25-2.
Saturday in Plattsburgh Stillwater faced Northern Adirondack in a Class C regional final and continued their dominance, posting a 7-1 victory sending the Warriors to the state semifinals. Continue reading
A much anticipated matchup for the Class D crown turned into a one-sided affair as Cambridge jumped out early, and cruised past Greenwich 40-7 to earn the Section II championship for the 16th time since 1992.
After these two squads met in the regular season and played a back and forth contest with the Witches prevailing 43-38, most felt Saturday’s game would be much of the same. Didn’t happen. Continue reading
Holy Trinity quarterback Joe Tortello connected on four, first half touchdowns, and running back Dion Sexton rushed for 191 yards and a score to lead the Pride to a 34-12 victory over Stillwater and claim the Section II Class C football crown in Lansingburgh Friday night. Continue reading
With Section II’s Super Bowl weekend upon us the Class C matchup between the Holy Trinity Pride and the Stillwater Warriors is everything you hope for in a championship game.
Both teams come in with identical 8-1 marks, they score in bunches and entering Friday night’s 7 p.m. kickoff in Lansingburgh, both are playing their best football of the season. Continue reading
Stillwater’s Brooke Pickett has scored more goals this season than anyone in Section II. Pickett is literally “marked” every time she steps on the soccer field, as Schoharie tried to do Wednesday night in the girls Section II Class C final in Lansingburgh. It didn’t matter. Continue reading
With much attention focused on the upcoming Super Bowl weekend where three Wasaren schools will compete for titles, tonight Section II champions in girls soccer will be crowned and in Class C the Warriors of Stillwater will face Schoharie with all the chips pushed to the center of the table. Continue reading