Saturday Morning Roundup

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A busy Friday night for Wasaren teams in both football and soccer.  Here’s a quick look at how things played out.

Football

Hoosick Falls 38  Lake George/Hadley Luzerne 14:  Jeff Vincent ran for 129 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Falls to the “W”.

The Panthers led 19-6 at the half and put the game away with 13 unanswered in the third period.

Panther quarterback tossed a TD pass to Sam Richard and Max Kipp added a rushing touchdown for Hoosick Falls who moves to 4-1 on the season.

 

Tamarac 22 Voorheesville 6:  The Bengal’s Peyton Nealon rushed for 160 yards and a score in the win over the Blackbirds.

Bo Catherwood connected with Frank Zotto on a 35 yard scoring strike in the second period giving Tamarac a 16-0 advantage at halftime.

Jonah Rescott added a fourth quarter touchdown run for the Bengals who improve to 2-3 on the year with the victory.

 

Hoosic Valley 49  Cohoes 6:  Valley running backs Jacob White and Will Scofield both ran for three touchdowns as the Indians rolled over the Tigers.

White rushed for 148 yards and scored on runs of 13, 3 and 48 yards while Scofield picked up 141 yards with scoring totes of 76, 10 and 7 yards as the Valley improves to 2-3 on the season.

 

Granville 38  Mechanicville 27:  Taylor Bourn exploded for 250 yards on the ground with four touchdowns in leading the Golden Horde past the Red Raiders.

Bourn highlighted a Granville ground game, that totaled 412 yards gained, with scoring runs of 90, 70, 3 and 20 yards.

Raider quarterback Dan Motta threw for two scores and ran one in as well to lead Mechanicville.

 

Warrensburg 20  Greenwich 7:  After a scoreless first half the Witches got on the board with a 60 yard fumble return by Kaden Hall and led 7-0 early in the third before the Burgers got their ground game going with Mac Baker  scoring twice and Jesse Griffin adding a touchdown run to secure the win for Warrensburg.

With the victory Warrensburg goes to 4-1 on the year while Greenwich remains winless at 0-5.

 

Stillwater 32  Canajoharie 26:  Warrior quarterback James Galarneau ran for two scores and threw for another to lead the Warriors past Canjo.

Galarneau rushed for 187 yards and passed for 183 including and 80-yard scoring strike to Adam Ploutz.

Warriors running back Mason Seymour ran for 151 yards and a pair of touchdowns, part of a Stillwater attack that totaled 553 yards in the game as the Warriors stay perfect with the win at 5-0 on the season.

 

Soccer

Stillwater 5  Greenwich 0:  The Warriors scored three times in the first 13 minutes to take control and cruised to the shutout victory over the Witches of Greenwich.

Brooke Pickett with a hat trick and Teya Staie with a pair of goals led the undefeated Stillwater squad while Kiersten Conroy with four saves earned the shutout.

 

Mechanicville 7  Hoosick Falls 1:  The Raiders scored five times after the break to pull away from the Panthers and post the “W”.

Dani Rubino and Brynn Murphy both tallied twice, while Quinn Gowett, Sophie Mastropietro and Michalena DePasquale all added single goals for Mechanicville.

 

Waterford 3  Berlin 2:  Addison Galuski scored two goals to lead the Fordians past Berlin in a game that was deadlocked at the half.

Annelise Rebel also found the range for Waterford, while Rachel Bortnick scored both goals for the Mountaineers in the match.

 

Tamarac 5  Hoosic Valley 1:  The Bengals surged to a 4-1 halftime advantage, on their way to the easy win over the Valley.

Abbey Buckley with a pair of goals, and Jenna Hunt, Lauren Hunt and Isabella Bisceglia with single strikes led the Tamarac attack.

Sam Lanoue got the Indians on the board in the match,  connecting on a first half goal.

 

 

 

 

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