Bengals, Indians Post Wins

Tamarac 15 Saratoga Catholic 0: Tamarac tallied nine times before the break in the one-sided decision over Spa Catholic in the Wasaren-opener for both teams.’

Bengals’ Abby Yetto and Abby Buckley both found the back of the net four times with three of Buckely’s coming in a five minute span, midway though the first half.

Katie Gross connected twice in the first four minutes of the match to kickstart the scoring parade for Tamarac.

Cambridge 4 Hoosic Valley 2: Cambridge’s Mazie Steele and Mata Danaher both connected with scoring strikes in each half to lead the Indians past the Valley in Cambridge on Wednesday.

The game was knotted at 2-2 after one half of play, on Valley goals from Leigha Henkel and Brianna Rohloff, equaled by tallies from Steele and Danaher for Cambridge.

After the break Steele netted her second goal of the game off a Sam Crandall feed, and later in the half Steele set up Danaher who split the posts to close out the scoring in the match.

Cambridge keeper Chelle Daniels saved eight shots in the game, while Indians goalie Riley Caiazza stopped 10 shots for the Valley.

Waterford 3 Mechanicville 0: Sophia Belonga found the back of the net in both halves, leading the Fordians to the shutout victory over Mechanicville on Wednesday.

Belonga staked Waterford to a 1-0 lead, finishing off of a Izzy Vecchio find, and the Fordians carried the one score advantage into halftime.

After the break it was Belonga finding the range again, this time assisted by Addison Galuski.

Natalie Rich closed out the scoring in the match, taking a feed from Carly Cordts and splitting the posts, securing the “W” in the Wasaren-opener for both squads.

Fordian keeper Maddy Atwood saved 13 shots and combined with the Waterford “D” for the shutout.

Red Raider keeper Olivia Horan finished with 10 saves for Mechanicville.

Boys

Berlin-New Lebanon 3 Greenwich 0 (Tuesday): Three first half goals propelled the Mountaineers to the road win over Greenwich on Tuesday.

Danny Hunt scored on a penalty kick in the 20th for Berlin/New Lebanon, and four minutes later Wyatt Powers finished from close range for the 2-0 Mountaineer advantage.

Hunt closed out the scoring on the day, connecting in the 32nd minute with a deep ball that found the side of the net B/NL keeper Kevin Chittenden saved five shots to earn the shutout, while Witches keeper Owen Keech turned back two shots in the match.

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