Mechanicville 7 Tamarac 1: Jada Brown found the back of the net five times to lead the Raiders to the one-sided decision over the Bengals of Tamarac.
Brynn Murphy added a pair of goals for Mechanicville who with the win, their 10th straight, move to 11-2-1 on the season.
Tamarac avoided the shutout when Bre Evertsen connected for the Bengals score.
Germantown 3 Berlin 1: Riley Gibbins scored a pair of goals and Megan Dunn added a single strike as Germantown slipped past Berlin.
Jordanne Brazie got the Mountaineers on the board with a second half tally.
Mechanicville 4 Tamarac 0: The Red Raiders scored three times in the last 30 minutes of play to open up a close contest and post the “W” over Tamarac.
Mechanicville held a 1-0 lead at the break on a redirection finish by TJ Bisaillon, but in the second half the Bengals seized momentum and with 31:00 left in the game looked to tie things on a PK.
Raider keeper Zach White would have none of it, stoning the shot and Mechanicville pulled away from there with Andrew Kraszewski, Wyqui Agunda, and Mark Brackley all finding the range for scores.
Mechanicville with the victory moves to 8-0, 11-4 on the year and will close out their regular season on Thursday with a home match against the Saints of Saratoga Catholic.
Hoosic Valley 3 Berlin 2 OT: Josh Ackerly scored the game-winner, connecting in the second overtime to give the Valley the well-earned “W” over the Mountaineers.
In regulation Ackerly and CJ Bassett tallies for the Indians were equalized by Kasey Billert and Dan Hunt goals for Berlin, setting up Cavert’s heroics in overtime.
Galway 7 Hoosick Falls 0: Anthony Powers and Rowan Smith with two goals each led Galway to the easy victory over the Panthers of Hoosick Falls.
Just wanted to let you know it was not Cavert with the heroics last night. Josh Ackerly was the one who made both the goals for the valley.
Sorry about that, I took the info off the Times Union. Hoping Hoosic Valley will send game results to me next season.