Waterford 6 Greenwich 3: The Fordian built a 4-2 lead by halftime and closed things out after the break, posting the road win over the Witches.
Waterford scored four unanswered goals to start the match, with Izzy Vecchio connecting twice and Addyson Galuski and Sophia Belonga adding single strikes, giving the Fordians control.
Before intermission Greenwich cut the lead in half on tallies by Faith Ingber and Norah Niesz.
But after the break Galuski rang the bell with a pair of goals, the second coming on a PK, and Waterford notched it’s 12th win in as many outings.
Fordians keeper Maddy Atwood saved two shots in the match, while Greenwich keeper Ryan Skiff turned back 11 shots for the Witches.
Tamarac 3 Hoosic Valley 1: Abby Buckley found the back of the net twice, and Shannon Ryan added a single tally in leading the Bengals past the Valley in Schaghticoke on Wednesday.
Jaquelyn Carlo connected for the Hoosic Valley goal.
Regen Retell saved four shots for Tamarac and the Valley’s keeper Riley Caiazza denied 18 shots in defeat.
Stillwater 1 Hoosick Falls 1: Both teams scored first half goals, before the defensive units took control and the two squads settled for the tie in Hoosick Falls on Wednesdy.
Stillwater’s Isabella Estill and Hoosick Falls’ Megan Perry both connected before the break, accounting for all the scoring in the match.
Warrior keeper Mia Coraro saved seven shots in the game, while the Panthers keeper Olivia Estes turned back eight.
Mechanicville 13 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: The Red Raiders scored seven times before the break and cruised to the one-sided road win over the Mountaineers.
Andrew Kraszewski and Wyqie Aguda both connected for hat tricks, while Colin McNutt tallied twice and Tyler Eiseman, Ryan Grimmick, Seth Johnson, Justin Manion and Tom Wendel all added single strikes in the match.
Mechanicville keeper Dylan Raucci saved two shots, combining with the Raider “D” for the clean sheet.
With the win Mechanicville remains perfect on the season, at 10-0, 11-0.
Tamarac 3 Waterford 1: The Fordians led early on a Joshua Catanzarita goal, but the visitors from Tamarac scored twice before the break and added an insurance tally in the second half to post the road win.
Rocco DiCarlo scored a pair of goals to lead the Bengal attack.