Stillwater 35 Voorheesville 0: The Warriors used a 28 point third period to break the game open, on their way to the convincing road win over the Blackbirds.
Stillwater held a 7-0 halftime lead, their points coming in the second period on a Hayden Brown 39-yard interception return for a touchdown.
The Warriors offense went to work after the break scoring four times in the third period. James Galarneau sandwiched touchdown runs of 65 and 10 yards, around a pair of Mason Seymour scoring totes giving the Warriors complete control. Both Seymour and Galarneau ran for over 100 yards on the afternoon.
The Stillwater defense played well throughout with three takeaways highlighting the Warriors’ shutdown of the Voorheesville attack..
Stillwater 5 Buffalo Nardin 1: In the Hall of Fame Tournament at Stillwater, the Warriors scored twice in the first half, and three times after the break with four different players finding the range in the comfortable nonleague victory over Buffalo Nardin.
Brooke Pickett scored in each half, while DevonWagner, Teya Staie and Keelyn Peacock all added single strikes for Stillwater who stay undefeated at 4-0 with the win.
Little Falls 4 Cambridge 2: Cambridge held a 2-0 lead after the first half of play, but allowed four second half tallies by Little Falls in dropping the decision.
Sophie Phillips and Vanessa Evans had given the Indians the two goal cushion heading into the final 40 minutes, but Little Falls’ Stella Rowley caught fire for a four-goal, second half to lead the come from behind victory.
Cambridge 3 Glens Falls 2: In a 1-1 match at the break, Cambridge scored two unanswered to start the second half and hung on for the narrow “W” over Glens Falls.
Jack Mosiff, Aiden Gifford and Ori Baker-Porazinski all rang the bell for the Indians in the victory.