Greenwich 49 Cambridge-Salem 0: Greenwich quarterback Jesse Kuzmich threw for three touchdowns, ran for another, and returned an interception for one more, in leading the Witches past Cambridge-Salem on Saturday afternoon in Cambridge.
Greenwich led 14-0 after the first frame on a Matt Colin 4-yard scoring run and a 56-yard touchdown scamper by Kuzmich.
In the second period Greenwich used it’s air attack for a pair of scores, with Kuzmich finding Tyler Day with a 76-yard scoring strike, and Aiden McPhail on a 12-yard connection for six, as the Witches took a 28-0 lead at the break.
In the third quarter Kuzmich hooked up with Deontae Bennett for an 11-yard TD pass, and the Witches capped their scoring in the final period with a Colin Hughes 11-yard touchdown run, and a 67-yard interception return by Kuzmich.
Greenwich kicker Declan Kelleher was a perfect 7 of 7 on PAT’s in the game.
Greenwich finished the day with 423 total yards led by Conlin and Kuzmich who combined for 220 rushing yards, with Kuzmich adding 149 yards more through the air.
Cambridge/Salem totaled 177 yards of total offense on the afternoon.
Waterford 6 Spa Catholic 1: The Fordians used a four-goal, second half to pull away from Spa Catholic and post the “W” on Homecoming Weekend in Waterford.
The hosts built a 2-0 halftime advantage on the strength of two Josh Cantanzarita tallies, the second coming off a corner kick.
After the break, the Saints got on the board when Aiden Law cleaned up a loose ball trimming the lead to 2-1.
The Fordians took control over the next two minutes with a scoring strike from Matt Soden and then a Schyler Tostes tally, off a beautiful cross from Soden, for the 4-1 cushion.
Later in the half Benji Mills found the range from 25 yards out and finally it was Mason Soto finding the back of the net to cap the scoring for Waterford.
Waterford keeper Alex Roy saved five shots in the match, while Nick Condry denied 11 shots for Spa Catholic.
Tamarac 4 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: Tamarac connected with four, first half goals and cruised from there to the road win over the Mountaineers on Saturday.
Abby Buckley led the Bengal attack with a pair of tallies, and Kathryn Gross and Abbie Yetto added single scoring strikes.
Tamarac keeper Ragan Ratell saved four shots and combined with the Bengal defense for the shutout.
Berlin/New Lebanon keeper Rebeca Madsen turned back 19 shots in defeat.