Greenwich, Tamarac/Hoosick Falls Earn Gridiron Wins Raiders, Fordians Post Pitch “W’s”

Greenwich 27 Stillwater 19: Jesse Kuzmich ran for a pair of scores and threw for another, leading Greenwich to the road win over Stillwater.

Late in the first period the Witches Matt Conlin ran it in from a yard out and Greenwich recovered the onside kick, setting up a 36-yard TD run by Kuzmich, giving the visitors a 14-0 lead after one.

In the second frame Stillwater got on the board with a CJ McNeil 3-yard run, that was quickly answered when Kuzmich found Tyler Day on a 55-yard scoring strike with 2:12 remaining in the half.

However the Warriors closed the half with a 12-yard aerial strike from Colby Patten to McNeil, and the teams went to the break with Greenwich holding a 21-12 advantage.

Stillwater drew closer in the third on McNeil’s third touchdown of the night, scoring on a 1-yard run with 9:12 left in the quarter, cutting the Witches lead to two, at 21-19.

A minute into the final period, Kuzmich scored the game’s final points on a 1-yard plunge and the Witches defense closed things out from there, and Greenwich posted their second win of the season.

Tamarac/Hoosick Falls 33 Cobleskill 0: Tamarac/Hoosick Falls racked up 340 total yards, while the Wildcat defense held Cobleskill to just 72 yards from scrimmage, in a dominant “W” Friday night in Hoosick Falls.

Josh Buckley’s touchdown run opened the scoring for the Wildcats and with the Abby Buckley point after they led 7-0.

In the second stanza Tam/HF took control on a pair of touchdown runs from Jake Sparks. Sparks scored on totes of 44 and 7 yards, as the Wildcats took a 19-0 advantage into halftime.

After the break Wildcat quarterback Michael D’Agostino found Dylan Baker with a 63-yard scoring strike and with the Buckley point after Tam/HF led 26-0.

Colegrove capped the scoring later in the period when he returned an interception 31 yards and, after a scoreless final frame the Wildcats had evened their record at 1-1.

Sparks with 122 rushing yards and Colegrove with 101 led the Wildcats ground game, while D’Agostino finished with 68 passing yards for Tam/HF.


Mechanicville 8 Tamarac 0: It was just another day at the office for the Raiders, who scored five times before the break in cruising to their sixth straight win to start the season.

Andrew Kraszewski had a monster game with five goals and two assists while Colin McNutt added a pair of strikes with an assist, and Wyqie Aguda with a goal and an assist, rounded out the Mechanicville attack that continues to score in bunches.

Raider keeper Dylan Raucci with several nice saves, and seven total, combined with the Mechanicville “D” for the clean sheet.

Tamarac keeper, Andrew Mastandrea-Minbiole under siege all night, finished with 14 saves in the match.

With the win the Raiders extend their unbeaten Wasaren streak to 61 games.

Waterford 3 Hoosick Falls 0: Skyler Tostes tallied in each half and Benji Mills added also found the range for the Fordians in their shutout victory over the Panthers.

Tostes connected early for his first score, collecting a loose ball and finding the back of the net at the 7:00 mark of the match. After the break it was Tostes again, this time finishing off a Connor Petruska find for the 2-0 advantage.

Later in the half Mills capped the scoring when he took a Josh Catanzarita cross and split the posts.

Fordians keeper Werkie Hayes saved six for his first varsity shutout while Falls keeper Noah Abbott, who played well in defeat, finished with 13 saves in the game.

Hoosic Valley 2 Spa Catholic 0: The Valley used a pair of second half goals to earn the victory over the Saints. No other info is available at this time.

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