Cambridge 3 Mayfield 0: Cambridge used single tallies from three different players and rode great defense to the shutout “W” over Mayfield on Saturday.
Maize Steele put Cambridge on the board in the first half, finishing off an assist from Addison Gates for the 1-0 lead.
In the second half Cambridge turned up the pressure firing nine shots on goal in the first five minutes ,before Tristan Crandall rang the bell off a nice cross from Gates for the 2-0 advantage.
Later in the half Sam Crandall capped the scoring in the match, connecting off a Schuyler Nolan feed, sealing the Cambridge win.
Stillwater 3 Northville 0: Stillwater rode good defense and a balanced attack to the shutout victory over Northville.
Warrior keeper Miranda Price saved 10 shots and combined with the Stillwater “D” for the clean sheet.
Stillwater spread the wealth offensively with Katelyn Koval, Mia Corraro and Sara Folmann all finding the back of the net in the win.
Colonie 0 Mechanicville 0: Defense was the theme of the match with both defensive units posting shutouts.
Mechanicville keeper Olivia Horan saved 11 shots while Colonie keeper Hailey Blake turned back eight.
Hoosick Falls 3 Galway 0: Three first half scores, one each by Grace Houghton, Marly McClellan and Ava Salvesvoid, paved the way to the Panthers defeat of Galway.
Falls keeper Olivia Estes needed just three saves in combining with the Panther defense for the shutout.
Waterford 9 Duanesburg 0: The Fordians dominated the match scoring four times before the break, and cruised from there to the win over Duanesburg.
The Fordians had three players connect for multiple goals, with Addyson Galuski scoring a hat trick, and Cassidy Clement and Mia O’Brien each tallying twice.
Carly Cordts and Natalie Rich added single scoring strikes, while Waterford keeper Maddy Atwood saved one shot in the shutout victory.
Cambridge/Salem 48 Cohoes 0: C/S scored five touchdowns and a safety before the break in posting the one-sided victory over Cohoes, in Cambridge on Saturday.
Clifford Lewis with two rushing TD’s and Brice Burr with a 23-yard scoring strike to Alex Luke, highlighted the offensive attack that saw six players score touchdowns for Cambridge/Salem.
Oneonta 40 Mechanicville 18: Red Raider Isiah Culberth carried 15 times for 168 yards and two scores to lead Mechanicville on Saturday.
Hoosick Falls 5 Tamarac 0: Freshman Aiden Fleming carded a two-over round of 37, to claim medalist honors and lead the Panthers to the “W”, in action at Frear Park on Saturday.
Joining Fleming in the win column were teammates Alison Hathaway 41, Brady Hathaway 48, Dylan Callahan 49 and Ethan Yonconish with a 54.