Cohoes 2 Waterford 0: In the inaugural Mohawk Cup, Cohoes used a goal in each half to squeeze past Waterford in a well-played match by both squads.
Cohoes got on the board fifteen minutes into the game off a direct kick that was pinballed in the box, with Fordian keeper Alex Roy making numerous saves before the Tigers Cole Ciepel was able to finish.
Three minutes after intermission, Cohoes struck again when Derek Primeau found the back of the net for the 2-0 cushion.
Cohoes keeper Josh Marer saved four shots to earn the shutout for the Tigers, while Alex Roy saved 18 for the Fordians.
Mechanicville 1 Guilderland 1: After a scoreless first half the two squads both managed just one second half tally and settled for the tie in a quality match played on Saturday morning in Guilderland.
The hosts nearly put one on the board early, on a ball played into the box, but Raider keeper Dylan Raucci made multiple, acrobatic saves to keep the ball out of the net.
After a scoreless forty minutes, Guilderland broke the tie, 10 minutes into the second half, when Jack Ayres found the range for the 1-0 advantage.
Later in the half Mechanicville knotted things with Wygie Aguda playing a long, free kick into the box, and Ryan Grimmick was there to finish the deflection for the equalizer.
Raider keeper Raucci had an outstanding day between the posts, saving 18 shots, while Guilderland keeper Cameron Frye saved eight shots in the match.
Greenwich 3 Canajoharie 1: Greenwich rode a pair of second half goals to the road win over Canajoharie.
Ellery Mays and Norah Niesz both connected on scoring strikes to pace the Witches attack, while Greenwich keeper Kiley Allen saved sevens shots in the game.
Cambridge 5 Berne-Knox 1: No other info at this time
Guilderland 2 Mechanicville 0: No other info
Cambridge-Salem 36 Lake George 12: Clifford Lewis had a day for himself, rushing for 222 yards, on 32 carries, while scoring five touchdowns in leading C/S past the Warriors in Salem on Saturday.
The senior back Lewis scored on runs of 24, 3, 2, 25, and 35 yards in a game that saw C/S run out to a 21-0 advantage after the first period.
C/S with the win moves to 1-2, 3-3 on the year.
Stillwater 53 Helderberg Valley 0: No other info at this time