Greenwich 56 Helderberg Valley 0: If this was fight, they’d have stopped it. Greenwich scored 35 points in the first 12 minutes, and cruised to the home “W” on Friday night.
Deontae Bennett started the scoring parade with a 55-yard touchdown run, before the Witches air attack joined the first period party.
Greenwich quarterback Jesse Kuzmich threw three scoring strikes, spreading the wealth with a 25-yard connection to Tyler Day, a 42-yard hook-up with Jayden Hughes and a 61-yard throw and catch for six, with Bennett.
Matt Conlin rounded out the opening quarter assault by Greenwich, running for a 14-yard touchdown, and with Witches kicker Declan Kelleher perfect on all five PAT’s, Greenwich had decided this one early.
Kuzmich and Conlin added touchdown runs in the second frame, and Bennett closed out the night’s scoring, taking the second half kick-off 75-yards to the house.
Kuzmich completed 3 of 4 passes for 128 yards, while Conlin rushed for 88 yards on four carries.
On the other side of the football, Greenwich (4-0), posted it’s third shutout of the season.
Next up for the Witches is a matchup with an undefeated Warrensburg squad, on Friday night in Greenwich.
Warrensburg 48 Cambridge-Salem 7: Warrensburg used a 30 point second frame to take control, on their way to the one-sided decision over C-S Friday night in Warrensburg.
Dylan Wichell and Tim Kelley both ran for three scores to lead the Tomahawks.
Winchell finished the game with 212 yards on 12 carries, while Kelly rumbled for 175 yards on nine runs.
Cambridge-Salem (0-2, 2-3), scored it’s lone touchdown of the night in the second period when Brice Burr found Alex Luke on an eight yard scoring pass.
Hoosick Falls 41 Johnstown 13: The Panthers used a dominant ground game and a 21 point final period to post the road win over Johnstown.
Falls running back Bryan Mackey ran for 179 yards and a score, while Panther QB Jake Sparks scored three times on runs of 13, one and 42 yards, highlighting a Hoosick Falls rushing attack that complied 310 yards, to Johnstown’s 47, in the game.
Hoosick Falls with their third straight “W”, moves to 3-1 on the season.
Stillwater 49 Chatham 14: Leading 21-7 at the break, Stillwater put the game away with a 21 point third frame, notching the home victory over Chatham.
C.J. McNeil ran 27 times, for 243 yards and three touchdowns to lead Stillwater.
Caleb Dyer added 109 rushing yards with a pair of scores, and caught a touchdown pass from Colby Paffen for Stillwater, who moves to 2-1 on the year with the “W”.
Cambridge 2 Hoosic Valley 1: Cambridge used goals from Mia Alpy and Jacey Nieckarz to get past the Valley in girls soccer on Friday.
Megan Rice scored for Hoosic Valley off a Leigha Henkel feed.
Cambridge keeper Rochelle Daniels saved four shots in the match, while Valley keeper Riley Caiazza turned back six attempts.