Both ends of the spectrum played out Friday night for Wasaren football teams as Stillwater and Cambridge-Salem stay posted easy “W’s” to stay unbeaten, while the Witches of Greenwich, also in dominant fashion, notched their first win if the season.
Cambridge-Salem 54 Lake George Hadley Luzerne 0: The Indians scored 28 second quarter points to put away yet another game by halftime, in their win over the War Eagles.
Senior back Tommy English ran for 146 yards with three rushing scores and caught a 61-yard touchdown pass from Calvin Schneider to lead the way for Cambridge.
Senior Tyler Linendoll added 78 rushing yards with scores of 9, 4 and 10 yards as the Indians improve to 4-0, 6-0 on the year and will finish the regular season in Greenwich next Friday night.
Stillwater 42 Tamarac 22: The Warriors ran out the a 21-0 advantage after one and cruised to the comfortable win over the Bengals.
Stillwater running back Mason Seymour ran for 210 yards with touchdown jaunts of 38, 5, 21 and 5 yards to pace the Warriors attack.
Stillwater quarterback James Galarneau added 117 yards on the ground with a pair of scores as the Warriors move to 6-0 with the “W” and will wrap their regular season next Friday night when they welcome in the Pride of Holy Trinity.
Bo Catherwood ran for a score and connected with touchdown passes of 53, and 25 yards to Frank Zotto for Tamarac who slips to 2-4 on the year with the loss.
Hoosic Valley 32 Ft. Edward 14: Valley running back Jacob White and Will Scofield combined for 219 rushing yards with five touchdowns to lead the Indians to their third straight victory in Fort Edward Friday night.
White ran for two scores and added a 43-yard touchdown catch from Ethan Caiazza, while Scofield added scoring runs of 7 and 61 yards as the Valley after starting the year 0-3, even their mark with their regular season finale next Friday at Rensselaer.
Greenwich 51 Corinth 6: The Witches posted their first win of the season in a big way with the road victory over the Tomahawks.
Freshman Jesse Kuzmich scored on a pair of 1-yard runs and returned a fumble 32 yards for a score to lead Greenwich.
The Witches Kaden Hall ran for 89 yards and two touchdowns for a Greenwich squad that led 30-0 at the break, and 51-0 after three periods of play.