Stillwater 9 Spa Catholic 2: The scoring prowess of the Stillwater girls soccer team is well known, and it was on full display in Stillwater on Wednesday.
The Warriors scored four times in the opening eight minutes, adding five more before halftime with seven different players ringing the bell.
Brooke Pickett and Teya Staie led the assault with Pickett scoring three goals and Staie connecting for two. Paige Brinko, Trinity Cutler, Khali Lux and Kelly Moran all added singles strikes for the Stillwater squad.
Lauren Maher provided the Saints offense with a tally in each half for Spa Catholic.
Greenwich 6 Waterford 0: Greenwich broke out to a 4-0 halftime lead and coasted to the win over the visiting Fordians.
Tess Merrill opened the scoring for Greenwich, Faith Ingber followed with three goals before the break, and Cate Abate rounded out the Witches offense, connecting on a pair of second half scores.
Witches keeper Faith Hewitt with eight saves combined with the Greenwich defense to earn the shutout.
Mechanicville 3 Tamarac 0: Jada Brown’s hat trick led the way in the Raiders win over the Bengals of Tamarac.
Ryleigh Hopeck assisted on two Brown goals and Brynn Murphy the other, and Raider keeper Savannah Bowie turned back nine shots to notch the shutout for the 2-3 Mechanicville club.
Hoosick Falls 5 Berlin 2: In a tale of two halves the Panthers, trailing at the break, scored five second half goals in posting the come-from-behind victory over the Mountaineers.
Berlin held a 2-0 lead at halftime courtesy of two Rachel Bortnick scoring strikes, but after the break Panthers’ Phoebe Thompson found the range three times and Marley McLellan twice to lead the Falls comeback.
With the win Hoosick Falls improves to 5-1 overall while Berlin slips to 1-2 with the loss.
Greenwich 3 Spa Catholic 2: In a close match played at the Battenkill Country Club Jake Owens carded the low round of 32 to lead the Witches to the narrow “W”.
Tyler Ziehm and Patrick McFee added wins for Greenwich, while the Saints’ Dylan Mullholland and Cody Burke won their matches in flights three and four.
Greenwich moves to 8-2 with the victory and Spa Catholic goes to 6-4 with the loss.
Tamarac 4 Hoosic Valley 1: Tamarac’s Will Asley found the Frear Park course to his liking, firing a round of 41 to claim medalist honors and lead the Bengals to the win over the Valley.
Michael Jacques, Zack Krill and Nate Krill all won their matches for Tamarac who improve to 6-6 on the year.
Nick Marpe picked up the Hoosic Valley point in flight five, as the Indians suffer just their second loss in 12 outings this season.