Cambridge 3 Hoosick Falls 1: Cambridge built a 2-0 halftime advantage and rode the cushion the victory over the Panthers of Hoosick Falls on Monday.
Addison Gates with a pair of goals and Alexciyah Woodworth with a single strike paced the the Indians offensively.
Sydney Kasulinous with scored for the Panthers with a second half tally.
Greenwich 5 Emma Willard 0: Faith Ingber scored all five Greenwich goals to pace the Witches to the shutout over Emma Willard.
Ingber connected for a pair of strikes before halftime and added three goals to complete a dominant afternoon.
Faith Hewitt saved two shots to earn the clean sheet for the Witches.
Stillwater 2 Tamarac 1: After a scoreless first half Tamarac grabbed the lead when Abby Buckley found the back of the net at the 73:00 mark, but a pair of Elliot Patenaude tallies gave the Warriors the come-from-behind victory in Clum’s Corners on Monday.
Mechanicville 8 Tamarac 0: The Raiders used a pair of four goal halves to cruise past the Bengals on Thursday night, under the lights in Mechanicville.
Andrew Krasweski led the assault for Mechanicville (11-0), connecting for a hat trick, while Raider teammates Nick Amedeo, Ryan Grimmick, TJ Bisaillon, Justin Mannion, and Jordan Nolin all added single tallies.
Glenn Prarie saved six shots and combined with Raider defenders Tom Hickey, Tyler Eiseman, Dakota Bowie, Fen Egan, Will Woods and Nick Amedeo for Mechanicville’s ninth shutout in eleven outings.
Waterford 5 Emma Willard 3: Addison Galuski rang the bell with three goals and Natalie Rich added a pair in the Fordians win over Emma Willard on Thursday.
Emma Reed with a hat trick paced the Emma Willard attack.
Greenwich 7 Spa Catholic 0: The Witches built a 6-0 first half advantage and coasted to the shutout “W” over Saratoga Catholic in Greenwich on Thursday.
Faith Ingber and Molly Brophy led the charge with two goals each, while Tess Merrill, Cate Abate and Liz Marci connected with single scoring strikes.
Greenwich keeper Faith Hewitt and the Witches defense combined for the clean sheet.
Tamarac 3 Mechanicville 1: Bre Eversten scored a goal in each half, to lead the Bengals past the Red Raiders at Clum’s Corners on Thursday.
Eversten and teammate Abby Buckley sandwiched first half tallies around a Raider score by Patty Snyder at the 16:00 mark of the first.
The Tamarac defense closed the door on Mechanicville after the break to earn the home “W”.
Between the posts Jenna Hunt saved 12 and Syrita Faraj one for Tamarac, while Mechanicville keeper Dani Rubino turned back 11 shots for the Raiders.
The Mechanicville boys soccer team headed into Thursday afternoon’s match with Berlin/New Lebanon, a perfect 7-0 on the season. In the seven wins the Raiders have averaged over nine goals per contest while defensively pitching five shutouts with just two goals allowed overall.
Thursday proved to be more of the same with Mechanicville scoring five times before the break, on their way to a 9-0 victory over the Mountaineers in New Lebanon.
Ryan Grimmick led the Red Raider scoring parade with a hat trick, with Wyqie Aguda adding a pair of goals, while Andrew Krazsewski, Colin McNutt, Nick Amodeo and T.J. Bisaillon all found the range with single scoring strikes.
Mechanicville keepers Glenn Prarie and Dylan Raucci combined for eight saves to earn, along with the Raider “D”, yet another shutout.
Mechanicville will next put it’s undefeated record on the line this Monday when they’ll play host to the Witches of Greenwich.
Mechanicville 4 Waterford 1: The Red Raiders built a 2-0 lead by halftime and rode that cushion to the home “W” over neighboring Waterford on Tuesday.
Andrew Kraszewski connected three times on scoring strikes and Wyqie Aguda added a single tally to pace the Mechanicville attack.
Waterford avoided the shutout when Ty Plumley found the back of the net in the second half for the Fordians.
Jake Houle saved 18 shots for Waterford while Raider keeper Glenn Prarie turned back seven shots in the victory that moves Mechanicville to 7-0 on the year.
Berlin/New Lebanon 3 Hoosick Falls 2: In a match where all the scoring happened before the break, the Mountaineers slipped past the visitors from Hoosick Falls.
Kasey Billert with a pair of goals and Wyatt Powers with a single strike led the Berlin/New Lebanon offense.
Connor Jones and Max Archambault both connected for goals to lead the Panthers.
Greenwich 2 Tamarac 1: In a tight match throughout the Witches used single goals in each half to earn the home win over Tamarac on Tuesday.
Josh Poovey staked the Witches to a 1-0 lead at the 14:00 mark off a feed from Miguel Gonzalez and that score stood until Charlie Gartner rang the bell for Greenwich midway through the second half off a Trevor Murray find, giving the Witches a 2-0 advantage.
Rocco DiCarlo got the Bengals on the board with an unassisted tally late in the second half, but the Greenwich “D” held from there to secure the “W”.
Mechanicville 3 Tamarac 2: Anthony Fiacco carded a 45 to earn medalist honors and lead the Red Raiders past Tamarac in golf action on Tuesday.
Joining Fiacco in the winner’s circle were Joey Manzer, John Breen and Connor Koenig who all claimed individual wins for the Raiders.
Zach Rice and Chris Hernick notched wins in their one-on-one matches for the Bengals.
Lake George/Hadley Luzerne 27 Cambridge 14: Brendan Lamby caught a pair of touchdown passes and added a rushing TD to lead Lake George/Hadley Luzerne past Cambridge on Saturday.
War Eagles quarterback Cole Clarke found Landry on scoring connections of 41 and 30 yards, part of an 11 of 15 for 150 yards day for the LG/HL quarterback.
The War Eagles led 21-0 late in the second period when Cambridge got on the board with an Eli Danio 2-yard touchdown run and with the two point conversion the Indians closed to 21-8 with 1:23 remaining
But with :04 left in the half Clarke found Lamby on a 30-yard scoring strike sending Lake George/Hadley Luzerne into the break leading 27-8.
Jacob Ruggles capped the game’s scoring with a 2-yard TD run in the final frame for Cambridge.
Mechanicville 6 Tamarac 1: The Red Raiders ran out to a 3-0 halftime lead and cruised to the comfortable victory over the Bengals in Clums Corners on Friday.
TJ Bisallion scored a hat trick for Mechanicville with Colin McNutt adding a pair of scoring strikes and Ryan Grimmick a single tally for the undefeated Raiders.
Tamarac avoided the shutout when Adam Fountain connected for a second half score.
Waterford 3 Hoosick Falls 0: Ty Plumley with a pair of goals and Joshua Catanzarita with a single strike led the Fordians past Hoosick Falls in Waterford on Friday.
Fordian keeper Jake Houle saved eight to earn the shutout.
Cambridge 2 Greenwich 0: Ori Baker-Parazinski found the back of the net twice before the break and that was all the Indians needed to post the road “W” over Greenwich.
Cambridge keepers Mathew Squires and Justin Hamilton combined for six saves and the clean sheet for the Indians.
Hoosick Falls/Tamarac 45 Coxsackie-Athens 3: Michael D’Agostino threw for three touchdown passes to lead HF/Tam to the road win over Coxsackie.
D”Agostino completed 8 of 12 passes for 199 yards and found three different receivers for scores, connecting with Dylan Baker for a 41 yard score, Bryan Mackey for a 77 yard strike and James Blake on a 42 yard throw and catch.
Panther running back Peyton Nealon rushed for 125 yards on 22 carries and a touchdown, while teammate Josh Colegrove added scoring runs of 25 and 7 yards for HF/Tam who with the win move to 4-0 on the year.
Mechanicville 14 Johnstown 12: In a close game throughout Mechanicville used single scores in the first and final period to slip past Johnstown on Friday.
A Michael Shutters fumble recovery followed by a Luciano D’Ambro two-point conversion run staked the Raiders to an 8-0 lead after the first.
Coxsackie got on the board in the second frame when JC Muress ran it in from two yards out trimming the Mechanicville to 8-6.
After a scoreless third quarter the Raiders extended their cushion when D’Ambro scored on a two-yard tote giving Mechanicville a 14-6 advantage.
Later in the fourth, Muress found J. Benton for a 9-yard touchdown pass, but Coxsackie’s two-point conversion attempt failed and the Raiders came away with the “W”, improving to 3-1 on the season.