Thursday Morning Wrap-up

 

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Boys Soccer

Mechanicville 3  Cambridge 0:  The Red Raiders stay perfect in league play winning their sixth in a row with a 3-0 shutout of Cambridge in Mechanicville on Wednesday.

Jeff Luce got things started for the Raiders, connecting from 30 yards out with a first half strike and a 1-0 lead.

Next it was Chris Ciccarelli finishing with a header off of a Luce corner kick and Mechanicville took a 2-0 lead into halftime.

Justin Pugliese capped the scoring in the match finding the range for the Raiders with 2:00 left and sealing the home victory for Mechanicville.

Zach White with six saves and the Red Raiders defense earned the shutout.

 

Stillwater 8  Berlin 1:  Copper Monast netted a hat trick to lead the Warriors past the Mountaineers in Stillwater on Wednesday.

Stillwater scored six times after the break and Monast had plenty of help with Jake Zdonick, Scott Travis, Harry Rubenstein and Grant Baker all ringing the bell for the Warriors who with the win improve to 5-2 in league play.

Berlin scored it’s goal in the second half when Cody Hunt took a feed from his brother Dan and split the posts for the Mountaineers, who slip to 2-5 on the season with the loss.

 

 

Greenwich 1  Waterford 1 OT:  The two teams battled through a pair of scoreless overtime sessions with the match ending knotted at 1-1.

Waterford scored on a first half strike from Hunter Guertin at the 37:00 mark, while Greenwich evened things at the 15:00 mark of the second half on a Charlie Gartner goal.

Both defenses and keepers played well with Greenwich’s Sam Whiting saving 10 shots in the match and Waterford’s Bobby Valigorsky turning back 12.

 

Golf

Cambridge 5  Stillwater: The Indians swept past the Warriors in action at the Saratoga Lake Golf Course with Jack Toomey’s round of 45 leading the way for Cambridge.

Joining Toomey in the win column were teammates Ben Epler, Nate Woodcock, James Toleman and Brian Hall as the Indians with the victory improve to 5-8 on the year.

 

Saratoga Catholic 5  Tamarac 0:  Terel Tillman carded the low round of 37 highlighting the Saints sweep of the Bengals at Saratoga Spa Park on Wednesday.

Jake Welcome, Jack Constantino, Will Fixer and Garrett Quin completed the shutout with wins in flights 2-5 for the Saints, who are enjoying a fine season with an 11-2 record.

 

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