A full slate of action for girls soccer played out on the fields across the Wasaren Thursday afternoon as the regular season moves into it’s second half. The Warriors of Stillwater sit atop the league standings adding another “W” yesterday to remain unbeaten through nine outings.
Stillwater 11 Berlin 1: Seven different Warriors found the range as Stillwater coasted to the easy victory in Berlin.
Brooke Pickett with a hat trick, Keelyn Peacock with a pair of goals and three assists, and Devon Wagner with two scoring strikes led the Stillwater assault.
Teya Staie added a goal and assisted on three as the Warriors with the win go to 9-0 on the season.
Hoosic Valley 1 Hoosick Falls 0 OT: The Indians Samantha Lanoue scored the only goal of the contest splitting the posts in the first overtime session, giving Hoosic Valley the road win over the Panthers.
With the victory the Valley improves to 6-1-1 on the year.
Greenwich 2 Waterford 1: Tess Merrill and Faith Ingber scored goals for the Witches in the narrow victory over the Fordians.
The match was tied 1-1 at the break with Merrill and Waterford’s Annelise Rebel both finding the range, but Ingber’s second half tally provided the difference for the Witches.
Tamarac 8 Saratoga Catholic 1: The Bengals ran out to a 5-1 advantage at halftime and cruised to the one-sided decision over the Saints.
Lauren Hunt with three goals and Sophia Champagne with a pair led the Tamarac attack while KC Champagne, Isabella Bisciglia and Brean Evertsten all added single strikes for the Bengals.
Mechanicville 3 Cambridge 1: A Lily Phillips first half goal staked Cambridge to a 1-0 leading at the break, but the visitors from Mechanicville tallied three times in the second half to notch the “W”.
Jada Brown scored twice and Quinn Gowett found the back of the net as well to fuel the second half comeback by the Raiders who move to 6-1 on the season with the victory.
Saratoga Catholic 3 Tamarac 1: Dante Marin, Nick Condry and Luke Apy with a goal each led the Saints to the win over Tamarac.
Ethan Brown connected with a first half strike for the Bengals.