Tamarac 3 Waterford 0: After a scoreless first half the Fordians used a pair of second half goals from Rocco DiCarlo and a single tally by Alex Ednie to post the victory over the visitors from Waterford.
Five minutes into the match, DiCarlo broke the tie with an unassisted strike, and the 1-0 lead, and it was DiCarlo again
finding the range again in the 65th minute for the 2-0 Tamarac advantage.
Ednie closed out the scoring in the 71st minute when he found the back of the net from just outside the box.
The Bengals keeper Goyer saved eight shots and combined with the Tamarac “D” for the shutout.
Alex Roy finished with 17 saves for Waterford.
Mechanicville 10 Berlin/New Lebanon 2: The Red Raiders raced out to a 6-0 halftime advantage and cruised from there, posting the “W” under the lights in Mechanicville on Thursday.
Five Raiders accounted for all ten Mechanicville goals with the quintet of Andrew Kraszewski, Wyqie Aguda, Colin McNutt, Jacob Eiseman and Tommy Wendel all finishing with a pair of scoring strikes.
Danny Hunt and Gabe Hart got Berlin/New Lebanon on the board with second half scores.
Mechanicville keeper Dylan Raucci saved three shots for the Raiders while Mountaineer keeper Kevin Chittenden turned back 20 shots in defeat.
Greenwich 3 Hoosick Falls 1: In a game that was tied 1-1 at the break, Greenwich exploded with four second half goals to notch the road victory over the Panthers.
The Falls broke on top in the 25th minute when Brenden Grenoble split the posts for a 1-0 lead, but five minutes later the Witches Madigan Carner finished unassisted to deadlock things at 1-1.
After the break, four Witches found the range with Joshua Poovey, Declan Kelleher, Jackson Fortier and Carner all finding the back of the net as Greenwich pulled away for the victory.
Stillwater 4 Spa Catholic 2: Harry Rubenstein scored in each half to lead the Warriors past the Saints in a match played at Gavin Park in Saratoga.
Rubenstein scored his first goal just four minutes in giving Stillwater the early advantage before both defenses took control. The next score came in the 50th minute of the match, off the foot of Spa Catholic’s Bobby Cousineau, knotting the contest at 1-1.
Midway through the half the Warriors took control scoring three times in seven minutes, with Ben Rubenstein, Harry Rubenstein and Ryan Golden all ringing the bell.
Late in the half the Saints Aiden Crowther tallied to close out the scoring in the match.
Hoosic Valley 5 Cambridge 0: No other info at this time
Bolton-Warrensburg 2 Stillwater 1: Bolton -Warrensburg used a pair of goals from Gabs Mowery to slip past the Warriors and post the road “W”.
Mowery tallied in both halves giving the visitors a 2-0 lead before Stillwater got on the board when Katelyn Koval connected on a scoring strike to cut the deficit in half, but the Warriors would draw no closer.
Hoosick Falls 4 1/2 Cambridge 1/2: The Panthers Aiden Fleming fired the low round of 37 at the Hoosick Falls Country, leading the Falls to the win over Cambridge.
Joining Fleming in the winner’s circle were teammates Miles Smith, Brady Hathaway and Allison Hathaway, while in flight four Cambridge’s Lydia Fronhofer and Hoosick Falls’ Riley Hayes finished all square, splitting the point.
With the win Hoosick Falls improves to 5-1 on the year, while Cambridge goes to 2-3 with the loss.
Mechanicville 4 Stillwater 1: In action at the Saratoga Lake Golf Club on Thursday, Mechanicville’s Matt Salvador showed the way, posting the low round of 47 in the Red Raider victory.
Joey Manzer, RJ Roberts and Connor Dion and all won points for Mechanicville while Konno Buchal earned the Stillwater point with a win in flight three.
Mechanicville moves to 5-1 on the season, and Stillwater slips to 3-5 with the loss.