Friday Night Football; Stillwater Wins Indian Bowl

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Stillwater 34  Mechanicville 7:  Stillwater quarterback James Galarneau threw for a pair of touchdowns and ran for another, leading the Warriors to the easy victory over Mechanicville in the annual Indian Bowl matchup.

Stillwater scored the only points of the first period on a Mason Seymour touchdown run and the Warriors took the 7-0 lead.

Stillwater gained control in the second quarter on a pair of touchdowns strikes from Galarneau, when the senior QB connected with Ryan Greene from 19 yards out and followed with a 25-yard throw and catch for points to Isaac Cutler.

After the break Galarneau scored on a 44-yard jaunt, extending the Warrior lead to 27-0 after three periods, and in the final period Seymour  capped the Stillwater scoring with his second rushing touchdown of the game from a yard out.

Mechanicville avoided the shutout on a Joe Sanchez 7-yard scoring run, for the final points of the night before the big crowd in Stillwater.

Galarneau and Seymour both topped 100 rushing yards in the game and Brian McNeil with six tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles led a dominating Warrior defense.

With the win Stillwater goes to 6-0 on the year and will wrap it’s regular season next Friday at home against Fonda.

Mechanicville slips to 2-4 with the loss and will finish their regular season at Tamarac on Friday.

 

Greenwich 41  Corinth-Ft. Edward 6:  The Witches racked up more than 400 yards of total offense, nearly 300 coming on the ground in notching the one-sided decision over the Tomahawks in Greenwich Friday night.

Greenwich quarterback Jesse Kuzmich ran for two touchdowns and connected with Luke Pemrick on scoring throws of 80 and 38 yards to lead the Witches who built a 21-0 cushion after the first and cruised from there.

Greenwich running back Chris Albrecht led a ground game, that clicked for 284 yards, with 112 yards and a touchdown.

Greenwich moves to 5-1 on the season with the win and will complete their regular season next Friday night in Lake George.

 

Lake George/Hadley Luzerne 17  Hoosic Valley 6:  In a game where points were hard to come by LG/HL scored 10 points with it’s special teams and used a big play in the passing game to get past the Indians in Lake George on Friday.

Sean Butkowski recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for the War Eagles in the first period and a 7-0 lead.

That score stood until the third period when LG/HL kicker Jake Shearer connected on a 30 yard field goal extending the lead to 10-0.

The Valley scored on a 5-yard touchdown later in the period trimming the War Eagle lead to 10-6 heading to the fourth.

The Clarke brothers hooked up for the last points of the night when Cole found Shane on a 55-yard scoring strike and the 17-6 “W”.

LG/HL evens in season mark at 3-3 with the win, while Hoosic Valley slips to 0-6 on the year.

 

Granville 52  Hoosick Falls 28:  In a wild back and forth contest under the lights in Granville, the Horde scored the final 22 points of the night to post the victory over the visitors from Hoosick Falls.

Dayton Holcomb scored on runs of 12, 25, and 1 one yard to pace the Horde who led 24-7 after the first and 30-22 at the break.

After intermission the Falls, on a Max Kipp scoring run of 37 yards, trimmed the deficit to 30-28 early in the third, but scoring runs by Holcomb and Ben Chilkott to finish the period gave control back to Granville and the Golden Horde held on for their 4th victory in five outings.

Hoosick Falls with the loss goes to 1-5 on the year and will finish it’s regular season next Friday night with a home game against Hoosic Valley.

 

 

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