Mechanicville 12 Hoosic Valley 0: The Raiders scored three times in the first five minutes of the match, and never looked back, in the dominant “W” over the Valley on Thursday.
Mechanicville tallied seven times before the break, and added five second half goals in running their league unbeaten streak to 60 games.
Andrew Kraszewski led the scoring parade with four goals, Wyqie Aguda netted a hat trick and Ryan Grimmick added a pair of scoring strikes, while Jacob Eiseman, Gordan Jenney and Justin Manion rounded out the Mechanicville onslaught with single tallies.
The Red Raider “D” and Mechanicville keeper Dylan Raucci, combined for the shutout, the Raiders third of the season.
Greenwich 3 Spa Catholic 1: In a game knotted 1-1 at halftime, the Witches Madison Carner and K.Amani Raphael both found the back of the net with second half strikes to lead Greenwich past the Saints.
The Witches took an early lead when Joshua Poovey connected at the 25:00 mark for Greenwich, before Spa Catholic’s Aiden Law tied things five minutes later.
Owen Keech saved three shots for the Witches while Spa Catholic keeper Ryan Condry denied eight shots for the Saints.
Stillwater 3 Tamarac 1 OT: The Warriors tallied twice in the extra session to post the win over Tamarac on Thursday in Stillwater.
The Bengals took the early lead when Abby Buckley found the range at the 13:00 mark and Tamarac took that lead into the halftime break.
Stillwater tied the match, just four minutes into the second half, when Bella Estill found Katelyn Koval for the finish and the 1-1 deadlock.
‘In the overtime period the Warriors’ Kylie Peacock and Bella Estill scored one minute apart to seal the win for Stillwater.
The Warriors Miranda Price saved 12 shots in the win, while Tamarac keeper Ragan Ratell turned back seven shots for Tamarac.
Spa Catholic 3 1/2 Greenwich 1 1/2: The Witches Bradley Brophy fired the low round of 39, but the Saints won in flights two, three and five to earn the victory in action at the Battenkill Country Club on Thursday.
Robert Bolen, Will Emery and Jacob Hajos all earned points for Spa Catholic, while in flight four the Witches Erik Wade and the Saints Tom Greiner split the point.
With the win Spa Catholic stays perfect at 10-0 on the year, and Greenwich, with the loss goes to 4-5.