Saturday Morning Roundup

Soccer

Waterford 12 Albany Academy 1: Waterford had eight players connect for scores in the one sided decision over Albany Academy.

Izzy Vecchio, Cassidy McClement, Sophia Belonga and Natalie Rich all tallied twice, while Addyson Galuski, Imani Bloomfield, Bayley Noto and Mia O’Brien all rang the bell once.

Darcy Young with a first half goal accounted for the AA offense.

Maddy Atwood saved three shots for Waterford, who with the win improves to 8-0 on the season, and AA keeper Makenzie Pavelka denied 16 shots in the match.

Hoosick Falls 3 Hoosic Valley 1: The Panthers rode goals from three different players to win over the Valley in Schaghticoke on Friday.

Grace Houghton, Kate Waugh, and Jaid Kaminski all split the posts for the Falls in the win.

Hoosic Valley avoided the shutout with a Megan Rice tally.

Panther keeper Olivia Estes saved four shots in the match, while Valley keeper Riley Caiazza turned back nine attempts.

Football

Tamarac/Hoosick Falls 39 Glens Falls 13: Wildcat quarterback Jake Sparks threw for two touchdowns, ran for a pair and returned an interception for a score in the victory over Glens Falls on Friday night in Hoosick Falls.

Sparks threw for both TD’s in the first period, connecting twice with Josh Colegrove on strikes of 46 and 54 yards, giving Tam/HF a 14-0 advantage at the end of the period.

In the second frame the Wildcat QB scored the first of his two touchdown runs, this one a 14 yard tote, and he followed with a 53 yard interception return for points and HF/Tam took a 26-7 lead into the break.

In the third quarter it was Sparks again, this time scoring on a 3-yard carry, and Dillion Grogan capped the night for Tam/HF with a two-yard touchdown run.

The Wildcats rushed for 173 yards in the game, while Sparks threw for 101 yards and the two scores.

Stillwater 53 Cohoes 8: Warrior quarterback Colby Paffen threw four touchdown passes, and CJ McNeil ran for three scores in the Stillwater win over Cohoes.

Paffen connected with Caleb Dyer with scoring strikes of 12 and 35 yards, added a 10-yard TD connection with Jaxson Mueller and found Trevor Cowen with a 15-yard touchdown pass.

McNeil scored on runs of 3, 14, and 5 yards, and Gavin Baker capped the Warriors scoring with a 7-yard TD run in the final frame.

Stillwater led 13-0 after the first period and 39-0 at the break, cruising to the first win of the season to even their mark at 1-1.

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