Mechanicville 9 Waterford 1: The Red Raiders found themselves in unfamiliar territory in their match with Waterford on Tuesday night. When the Fordians Schuyler Tostes finished off a loose ball in the box just two minutes into the game, Mechanicville trailed for the first time since 2019.
It was short lived.
Five minutes later the Raiders Andrew Kraszewski connected off a free kick, and seconds later Kraszewski tallied again, giving the Raiders a lead that ballooned into the one-sided decision .
The visitors tacked on two more scores before the break, and added five goals after intermission in running their season mark to 6-0, 7-0.
Kraszewski finished with four goals on the night, Wyqie Aguda added a hat trick, and Colin McNutt and Joey Devito connected on single scoring strikes to round out the Raider assault.
Mechanicville’s Dylan Raucci finished with five saves in the win, while Fordian keeper Werkie Hayes denied 16 shots in the match for Waterford.
Tamarac 7 Spa Catholic 2: The Bengals Alex Bassey connected for a hat trick, leading Tamarac past the Saints of Spa Catholic in Tamarac on Tuesday.
Xander Gliosco found the back of the net twice, while Rocco DiCarlo and Nevin Wilkie added single tallies for the Bengals.
Aiden Law scored both of the Saints goals in the match.
Hoosic Valley 3 Stillwater 2: Andrew Wood netted what proved to be, the game-winner with a second half strike, lifting the Indians past the Warriors on Tuesday night in Stillwater.
The Valley’s Logan Reilly scored a goal in each half, as did Stillwater’s Harry Rubenstein in a match that the Indians led 2-1 at the break.
Wood’s goal after intermission gave the Valley a 3-1 advantage before Rubenstein connected on a PK late in the half trimming the deficit to 3-2, before the Valley closed things out for the “W”.
Greenwich 1 Cambridge 0: A first half goal by the Witches Declan Kelleher was all the offense Greenwich needed to the notch the road win over Cambridge.
Kelleher took a feed from Joshua Poovey and finished in the 25th minute of the match and the Greenwich “D” did the rest.
The Witches’ keeper Owen Keech with two saves, combined with the Greenwich defense to post the shutout.
Cambridge keeper Justin Hamilton saved nine shots in defeat.
Berlin/New Lebanon 5 Hoosick Falls 1: The Mountaineers took control with four first half goals, on their way to the victory over the Panthers.
Matt Corsey, Matt Hart, Gabe Hart and Danny Hunt all rang the bell for Berlin/New Lebanon, while Michael Plusch connected for the lone Hoosick Falls score.
Greenwich 4 Tamarac 1: Bradley Brophy showed the way, posting the low round of 43 in the Greenwich win over Tamarac in action at the Battenkill Country Club on Tuesday.
Brophy, Patrick McFee, Erik Wade and Sam Ziehm all earned points for Greenwich with individual match wins.
Adam Rice picked up the Bengals point with a win in flight three.