Another weekend of girls soccer action for Wasaren teams at Afrim’s Sports Complex.
Stillwater 8 Tamarac 1: The Warriors built a 5-0 lead by halftime and coasted to the non-league victory over Tamarac.
Brooke Pickett with four goals and Teya Staie with a pair led the Stillwater offense. Paige Brinsko and Trinity Cutler added single strikes for Stillwater who moves to 9-0-1 on the year.
Tamarac avoided the shutout when Sophie Champagne connected on a second half goal.
Cambridge 8 Canajoharie 0: The Indians held a comfortable 2-0 lead at the break, then exploded for six second half scores in the one-sided decision over Canjo.
Five different Indians found the range in the match with Vanessa Evans leading the way with a hat trick. Sophie Phillips added a pair of strikes, and Anna Headwell, Sydney Benson and Ruth Nolan all notched single tallies for 5-3 Cambridge squad. Continue reading
Stillwater 45 Lake George / Hadley Luzerne 26: Mason Seymour ran for 127 yards and three touchdowns, and added a pick six to led the Warriors past LG/HL Friday night.
James Galarneau rushed for 190 yards including a third period touchdown run of 56 yards giving the Warriors a 19-14 advantage, and Seymour’s interception return soon followed giving Stillwater control over a game War Eagle squad. Continue reading
Every high school football weekend a typical spectator takes in one, or possibly two games. Obviously that pace limits the number of teams one can put their eyes on, so we all form opinions on teams we haven’t seen based on scores, matchups and common opponents.
For me Greenwich was one of the teams I had not seen this year, and I wasn’t sure what to think about the Witches. Carrying a 2-1 record coming into Saturday’s gave at Hoosic Valley, Greenwich had lost to Cambridge – Salem and posted wins over Granville and Hoosick Falls putting 48 points on the Panthers in the win.
Yesterday in Schaghticoke, Greenwich won their third straight with an easy 38-6 victory over the Indians, showing to me and anyone else paying attention, that the Witches are a very good football team. Continue reading
HERE IS THE LINK TO THE ARCHIVED CALL OF THE GREENWICH / HOOSIC VALLEY FOOTBALL GAME.
It was Homecoming in Mechanicville Friday night and after the king, queen and their court were recognized, along with all senior players and cheerleaders with family members, it was on to the main event.
Unlike the pregame festivities the contest was neither smooth nor overly pretty, but in the end all that mattered was a 17-7 victory by the Red Raiders sending the majority of a large crowd home happy. Continue reading
HERE IS THE LINK TO THE LIVE CALL OF TONIGHT’S LANSINGBURGH / MECHANICVILLE FOOTBALL GAME
Stillwater 6 Tamarac 1: The Warriors ran out to a 4-1 cushion after one half of play, and cruised to their 8th victory in nine outings.
Taya Staie and Brooke Pickett with hat tricks led the Warrior offense with Keelyn Peacock assisting on four of the Stillwater goals.
Abbie Yetto connected on a first half tally for the Bengals.
Saratoga Catholic 6 Berlin 6 OT: After two halves of action, with both teams scoring in bunches, defense ruled in the overtime sessions as the Saints and the Mountaineers settled for the tie.
Lauren Maher scored five goals for Spa Catholic and Emileigh Murry connected as well for the Saints who held a 4-3 lead at the break.’
Rachel Bortnick scored all six goals for Berlin including the final three scores of regulation to pull the Mountaineers even, setting up the overtime periods.
Mechanicville 2 Cambridge 0: First half scoring strikes by the Jada Brown and Hannah Garone led the Raiders to the home “W” over Cambridge.
Raider keeper Savannah Bowie turned back eight shots and combined with the Raider “D” for Mechanicville’s third shutout of the season.
Saratoga Catholic 5 Waterford 0: In action at Fairways of Halfmoon on Thursday, Jack Costantino carded the low round of 46 to lead the Saints to the shutout of Waterford.
Joining Costantino in the winner’s circle were teammates Will Fizer, Dylan Mulholland, Cody Burky and Ronan Loftus-Graney as the Saints with the win improve to 9-4 on the year.
Mechanicville 5 Cambridge 1: In a game Mechanicville led 1-0 at the break, the Raiders scored four goals over the first fifteen minutes of the second half to post the win going away.
Five different Raiders tallied in the match with Zach Rapaccioulo, Andrew Kraszewski, Jake LaFountain, Tyler Tesoriero, and Wyqui Agunda all finding the range for Mechanicville.
Jordan Brown scored the Cambridge goal late in the second half.
Tamarac 4 Stillwater 0: Max Ali, Ethan Brown, Riley Hayner and Rocco DiCarlo all found the back of the net in the Bengals comfortable win over the Warriors.
Tamarac keeper Tyler Nemjo saved six shots for the shutout as the Bengals improve to 3-1, 6-1 on the year with the win.
Waterford 10 Hoosic Valley 1: The Fordians rang the bell five times in each half rolling over the Indians of Hoosic Valley. Continue reading
Tamarac 9 Spa Catholic 0: Abby Buckley scored five goals to lead the Bengals to the one-sided decision over the Saints.
Bre Evertsen, Jenna Hunt, Taylor Smith and Vanessa Baldwin all added scores for Tamarac, and Bengal keepers Jenna Hunt and Ella Toomajian combined for the shutout.
Mechanicville 9 Berlin 1: Mechanicville led 5-1 at the break in cruising to the easy “W” over the Mountaineers.
Hannah Garone and Ryleigh Hopeck with two goals each led the Raider assault. Teammates Jada Brown, Nevaeh D’Aloia, Marissa Krosky, Brynn Murphy and Courtney Toher all added single scoring strikes for the 3-3 Raiders.
Rachel Bornick connected on a first half goal for Berlin. Continue reading
It was WAC vs. Wasaren Day at Afrim’s Sports Park on Saturday with boys soccer teams from the two conferences facing off.
Greenwich 3 St. Johnsville 2: Al Rymph with two goals and Madigan Carner with a single tally led the Witches past St. Johnsville.
St. Johnsville avoided the shutout with a Mason Snell goal late in the second half.
With the win Greenwich improves to 7-1-1 on the year.
Mechanicville 3 Scotia 0: A Wyqui Agunda goal gave Mechanicville a 1-0 lead at the break and T.J. Bisaillon and Zach Rapaccioulo found the range after intermission in the Red Raiders “W” over Scotia.
Mechanicville keeper Zach White, with five saves, and the Raider defense combined for the shutout as Mechanicville improves to 5-2 on the season with the victory. Continue reading