Wednesday was just another day at the office for the Stillwater girls soccer team. In the Section II Class C final their office was on the turf at Mechanicville, their effort, as we’ve come to expect, outstanding and the result was a 6-0 victory over Schoharie.
The Warriors connected on five of their goals before the break and cruised to the championship earning their second straight Class C crown.
The one-sided affair provided a snapshot of what the Warriors have done all season long. Clamp down defensively, they’ve allowing just 13 goals this season, and offensively find the back of the net, their six goals Wednesday night running their total to 114 on the year.
A trio of Warriors with two goals each led the Stillwater attack with Brooke Pickett, Teya Staie and Devon Wagner all splitting the posts twice in the match.
Warrior keeper Kiersten Conway and the Stillwater defense combined for the shutout, the eighth time the Warriors have held their opponent scoreless this season and the third in their last four outings.
With the win Stillwater improves to 19-0-1 on the season and moves onto regional play, facing Ausable Valley in Mechanicville on Saturday with a scheduled 4 p.m. kickoff.