Boys and girls soccer along with a pair of golf matches played out on Thursday in the Wasaren as all sports ramp up with football kicking off this weekend.
Stillwater 5 Waterford 4 OT: The Warriors Grant Baker scored a hat trick before the break, and saved the game-winner for the overtime period, as Stillwater got past the Fordians of Waterford.
Josh Luca added a first half score for the Warriors, while Waterford connected on a Hunter Guertin PK and a strike from Jack O’Brien off a corner as the teams went to halftime with Stillwater holding a 4-2 advantage.
Second half goals from Tyler Galanearu and Zach Soden knotted things at 4-4 setting up Bakers game-winner in the extra session.
With the win Stillwater improves to 1-0, 3-0 while Waterford goes to 0-1, 0-1 with the tough loss. Continue reading
Hoosick Falls 5 Cambridge 0: The Panthers Matt Smith fired the low round of 34, leading Hoosick Falls to the sweep of Cambridge in a match played at the Hoosick Falls Country Club on Wednesday.
Joining Smith in the victory parade were Ryan Bloomer, Miles Smith, Brady Hathaway and Alison Hathaway as the Falls improve to 6-0 on the year with the “W”. Continue reading
Tuesday’s girls soccer match at Stillwater between the Warriors and the visitors from Waterford was moved to a 10:00 start in an effort to beat the oppressive heat and humidity. In the game, on the beautiful turf field in Stillwater, both the Warriors and Mother Nature claimed “W’s” as game officials suspended the second half of play due to the heat index and Stillwater came away with the 3-0 decision. Continue reading
HERE’S THE LINK TO OUR MORNNG RECAP AND OUR FIRST WASAREN SPORTSNET PLAYER OF THE WEEK FOR THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR.
Congratulations to Hoosick Falls golfer Ryan Bloomer on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
Bloomer, the top seeded golfer on the unbeaten Hoosick Falls squad, has posted “W’s” in all five matches.
Ryan has earned medalist honors in four of the five matches, carding a 37 against Hoosic Valley, 33’s versus Tamarac and Saratoga Catholic, and fired a 38 in the Waterford match.
Congratulations to Ryan, our first Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week for the 2018-19 school year.
Stillwater soccer teams couldn’t have drawn things up much better than how they played out the past two days in the Warrior Weekend Tournament.
In a four team tournament for both the girls and boys, the Warriors doubled down posting victories in both championship games last evening in Stillwater.
On Friday night the boys notched a 4-0 win over Galway scoring a pair of goals on each side of the break in a comfortable season-opening “W”.
Jack Rubenstein led the Warriors with a pair goals, with Grant Baker and Jake Zdonick adding a goal each.
In the championship match the Warriors and Doane Stuart were tied 1-1 at the break, but Stillwater tallied three time in the second half to earn the 4-2 victory.
Jake Zdonick found the back of the net three times, Cooper Monast added a score, and Grant Baker dropped a pair of assists to lead the Warriors.
On the girls side of things Stillwater rolled over Cohoes 8-1 in the opening round with both Brooke Pickett and Devon Wagner scoring hat tricks, and Teya Staie adding a pair of goals as the high powered Warrior attack was on full display. Pickett’s second goal in the contest was her 100th career varsity goal.
In the championship game Stillwater faced Voorheesville and jumped out to a 5-2 advantage at the half on their way to a 7-2 decision over the Blackbirds.
Five different players tallied for the Warriors in the first half as Kate McEvoy, Teya Staie, Devon Wagner, Keelyn Peacock, and Brooke Pickett all rang the the bell, with McEvoy and Pickett adding second strikes after the break to round out the scoring.
A nice start to the soccer season for both Warrior squads, priming for the Wasaren schedule which gets underway this week.
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HERE IS A LINK TO OUR RECAP OF WASAREN ACTION ON FRIDAY AND A LOOK AT WHAT’S ON TAP FOR SATURDAY.
While it’s still early in the high school golf season, every match, whether played in August or late September, counts the same in the race for the league title. That being said, the Panthers of Hoosick Falls have enjoyed the best start to the Wasaren season sporting a perfect 4-0 mark with a win on Thursday over the Fordians of Waterford.
Here’s a closer look at how all the matches played out across the Wasaren.
Hoosick Falls 4.5 Waterford .5: The Falls Ryan Bloomer carded the low round of 38, and the Panthers posted wins in flights 1-4 in action at Fairways of Halfmoon on Thursday.
Matt Smith, Miles Smith and Brady Hathaway all joined Bloomer in the winner’s circle as Hoosick Falls improved to 4-0 on the year. Continue reading
Greenwich 5 Cambridge 0: In a match played at the Battenkill Country Club it was all Greenwich as the Witches posted the shutout over Cambridge.
Mason Williamson fired a 36 to claim the medalist honors and lead Greenwich to the win. Reed Boduch, Jake Owen, Tyler Zeihm, and Grant Peck all joined Williamson in the winner’s circle for the Witches who improve to 1-1 in the early going. Continue reading