Waterford 6 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: Waterford rode into Tuesday night’s game against Berlin/New Lebanon with a perfect 8-0 mark and the Fordians had little trouble extending their run, scoring four times before the break, on their way to the home “W” over the Mountaineers.
Addyson Galuski scored a hat trick to lead Waterford while teammates Sophia Belonga, Natalie Rich and Carly Cordts all adding single tallies.
Izzy Vecchio handed out a a pair of assists, with Imani Bloomfield and Rich also finding teammates for scores.
Maddy Atwood saved four shots and combined with the Waterford defense for the shutout, their fifth of the season.
Emma Willard 2 Stillwater 1: Stillwater held a 1-0 lead at halftime, but Emma Willard used a pair of second half strikes to earn the come-from-behind victory in Stillwater on Tuesday.
Elliot Patenaude connected at the 6:45 mark giving the Warriors the one goal advantage, but Guialem Bonsa and Grace Pierson both found the range for Emma Willard after the break, and the EM defense closed things out for the road “W”.
Stillwater keeper Mia Corraro saved five shots , while Emma Willard keeper Margarette Howland turned back four shots in the match.
Tamarac 5 Cambridge 2: Abby Buckley connected for a hat trick in leading the Bengals to the road win over Cambridge.
The first half saw three lead changes, Tamarac breaking on top when Buckley connected in the 6th minute.
Cambridge quickly answered when Maize Steele rang the bell in the 7th minute and the home squad took the lead when Steele, off a Maya Danaher find, split the posts for the 2-1 advantage at the 13:00 mark.
Buckley tied the match in the 29th minute with her second goal off a look from Raegan Sorel and minutes later Tamarac’s Taylor Smith gave the Bengals the lead finishing off a Buckley find.
After intermission Buckley connected for her third goal of the match, and Shannon Ryan capped the scoring with a strike in the 59th minute.
Bengal keeper Ragan Retell saved 10 shots in the match, while Cambridge goal tender Rochelle Daniels denied 22 shots on the day.
Mechanicville 6 Hoosic Valley 0: Maddie Hopeck with a hat trick, Courtney Toher with two goals and Nevaeh D’Aloia with a single tally was more than enough offense to earn the shutout victory over the Indians .
Raider keeper Olivia Horan, three saves, combined with the Mechanicville defense for the clean sheet.
Valley keeper Riley Caiazza saved 15 shots in defeat.