Stillwater 4 Cambridge 3
In a back and forth match in Stillwater on Friday the Warriors trailed early, built a comfortable lead by halftime and then hung on to post the narrow win over the visitors from Cambridge.
Cambridge took the lead early when Addison Gates connected on a scoring strike at the 2:40 mark of the first half giving the Indians the 1-0 advantage. That lead however was short lived.
Ten minutes later Elliott Patenaude tallied, and doubled down with her second score of the match at the 20:00 mark giving Stillwater the 2-1 edge.
The Warriors Katelyn Koval and Karissa Mitchell continued Stillwater’s scoring run, both finding the back of the net before the break, sending the Warriors to intermission with a comfortable 4-1 advantage.
But Cambridge refused to go quietly.
With 15:00 remaining in the match the Indians Samantha Crandall found the range and with 5:00 left Tristan Crandall split the posts bringing Cambridge to within one at 4-3, before Stillwater closed things out for the non-league “W”.
Waterford 6 Corinth 0
The Fordians Josh Catanzarita with a first half tally and a pair of second half scoring strikes led Waterford to the shutout victory over Corinth on Friday.
Benji Mills, Schuyler Tostes and Mason Noto all connected for goals, part of a Waterford attack that kept constant pressure on Corinth throughout the match.
Tomahawks keeper Michael Petteys saved 21 shots in the contest while Waterford’s keeper Alex Roy enjoyed a clean day with no saves recorded.
Spa Catholic 3 Hoosick Falls 2
At Saratoga Spa Park on Friday the Saints earned wins in the top three flights and posted the narrow victory over Hoosick Falls in a contest that featured several matchups decided on the final few holes.
Charlie Greiner, Robbie Bolen and Will Emery all won individual matches for Spa Catholic, with Emery carding the low round of 40 on the day.
The Panthers Alison Hathaway and Dylan Callahan won their matches in flights four and five.
With the victory the Saints stay perfect at 6-0 while Hoosick Falls suffers their first defeat of the year, moving to 3-1.
Greenwich 4 Tamarac 1
The Witches Brad Brophy fired the low round of 44 to lead Greenwich to the “W” over Tamarac in a match played at Frear Park Golf Course on Friday.
Joining Brophy in the win column were teammates Patrick McFee, Sam Ziehm and Erik Wade.
Adam Rice earned a point for Tamarac with a win in flight two
Greenwich with the win improves to 2-3, while Tamarac slips to 1-3 with the loss.