Wasaren Wednesday


Girls soccer and golf took center stage in the league on Tuesday with one-sided affairs the norm on the soccer fields, while a team fell from the unbeaten ranks in golf.


Stillwater 7  Tamarac 2:  The high powered attack of the Warriors was on full display Tuesday night as Stillwater jumped out to a 6-1 lead at the half with five different players delivering scoring strikes.

Teya Staie and Keelyn Peacock led the onslaught for Stillwater with two goals each, while Kate McEvoy, Paige Brinsko and Devon Wagner all tallied as well in the match played under the lights in Stillwater.


Hoosic Valley 8  Berlin 1:  The Indians scored four goals in each half in cruising past the Mountaineers in Schaghticoke on Tuesday.

Alex Rifeburg and Taylor Hansen led the Valley offense with two goals each, and Zoe Neary, Sami Dickinson, Leigh Henkel and Eloise Carlson-McNally all found the range with single strikes as the Indians with the win improve to 5-1-1 on the year.


Waterford 6  Saratoga Catholic 1:  The Fordians got a pair of goals from both Annelise Rebel and Alexis Viola in their comfortable victory over the Saints.

Addison Galuski and Ellis Turbridge also connected for Waterford who earned their first league win of the season.


Mechanicville 7  Greenwich 0:  Jada Brown enjoyed a four goal match in leading Mechanicville to the shutout over Greenwich.

Brown scored three times after the break in a match that Mechanicville led 3-0 at the half.  Joining in the scoring parade for the Raiders were Navaeh D’Aloia, Brynn Murphy, and Dani Rubino who all tallied single goals in the contest.

Savannah Bowie with six saves and the Mechanicville defense earned the shutout.


Cambridge 4  Hoosick Falls 0:  Four different players found the back of the net for Cambridge and Indians keeper Brecke Gifford turned back eight shots in the shutout of Hoosick Falls.

Taylor Stallmer, Sydney Benson, Vanessa Evans and Sophie Phillips all scored for Cambridge who improves to 4-1-1 with the victory.



Greenwich 3  Hoosick Falls 2:  In a match played at the Hoosick Falls Country Club Greenwich posted wins in flights 3, 4, and 5 to secure the narrow “W” and hand the Panthers their first loss of the season.

Mason Williamson, Tyler Ziehm and Grant Peck earned individual wins for the Witches, while Ryan Bloomer and Matt Smith scored points for the Falls with Bloomer carding the low round of the match with his 31.

With the win Greenwich improves to 11-2 on the year while Hoosick Falls stays a game in front at 12-1.


Cambridge 3  Mechanicville 2:  Ben Epler fired a 41 to claim medalist honors and lead the Indians to the narrow win over the Raiders in action at the Mechanicville Golf Course.

Jack Toomey and James Toleman added individual wins for Cambridge while Jake Popiel and Joey Manzer scored points for Mechanicville.


Stillwater 4  Tamarac 1:  The Warriors earned wins in the first four flights in posting the victory over the Bengals at the Saratoga Lake Golf Course on Tuesday.

Ryan Greene, Joe Pickett, Phil Moraci and Matt Berkery all secured “W’s” for Stillwater, with Tamarac’s Campbell Finley picking up a point in flight 5 for the Bengals.

Greene’s score of 44 was the low round in the match.

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