Hoosick Falls 3 Hoosic Valley1: Grace Houghton tallied twice and Kate Waugh added a single goal to lead The Panthers past the Valley on Tuesday.
Brianna Rolhoff connected in the first half for the Indians, in a match that was tied 1-1 at the break.
Hoosick Falls keeper Olivia Estes saved four shots in the win, while Hoosic Valley keeper Riley Caiazza turned back 12 shots for the Indians.
Mechanicville 6 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: The Red Raiders scored three times in each half in the comfortable home win on Tuesday.
Nevaeh D’Aloia scored a hat trick, Madison Daley connected twice and Bella Fogarty added a single scoring strike to lead the Raider attack.
Mechanicville keeper Olivia Horan saved three shots and combined with the Raider defense for the shutout. Mountaineer keeper Lyndsey Pratt saved 15 shots in the loss.
Waterford 9 Mayfield 1: Six Fordians found the back of the net in Waterford’s easy victory over Mayfield.
Addyson Galuski with three goals and Izzy Vecchio with a pair led the Fordians attack that also included single tallies from Sophia Belonga, Carly Cordts, Cassidy McClement and Bailey Beauregard.
Waterford keeper Maddie Atwood and the Fordian”D” earned the shutout with Atwood denying three shots in the match.
Mayfield keeper Marissa Wille saved 15 shots in defeat.
Mt. Anthony 3 Stillwater 1: The Warriors led 1-0 at the break on the strength of a Katelyn Koval tally, but after intermission Meghan Barilone, Alexis Harrington and Elyse Atland split the posts to lead the Patriots to the come-from-behind “W”.
Stillwater keeper Mia Corraro saved 19 shots in the match.
Hoosick Falls 4 1/2 Greenwich 1/2: Eighth-grader Dylan Callahan carded the low round of the match, firing a 42, leading Hoosick Falls past Greenwich at the Battenkill Country Club on Tuesday.
Aiden Fleming, Brady Hathaway and Myles Smith all posted individual wins for the Falls, while the Witches Erik Wade and the Panthers Alison Hathaway split the point in flight four.
With the victory Hoosick Falls improves to 7-1 on the season and it’s a good time for the Panthers to be hot with matches scheduled on each of the next four days.
Greenwich with the loss goes to 4-4 on the year.
Cambridge 4 Tamarac 0: James Toleman showed the way for Cambridge posting the low round of 41 at the Hoosick Falls Country Club on Tuesday.
Joining Toleman in the win column were teammates Mason MacDougal, Lydia Fronhofer, and Luke MacDougal.
Cambridge improves to 5-3 with the win, while Tamarac slips to 1-4 this season.