Greenwich 71 Lake George 16: Lake George actually took an 8-7 lead early in the first, before Greenwich scored 49 unanswered points over the next two periods, turning the lights out on the Warriors Friday night in Lake George.
Deontae Bennett and Matt Conlin both scored four touchdowns to lead the Witches assault. Bennett caught touchdown passes of 50, 20 and 20 yards from Jesse Kuzmich, and added a 15-yard run for six. Colin scored on carries of four, four, four and five yards, while the longest scoring play of the night for Greenwich came on a third quarter kickoff return of 80 yards by Parker Jamieson.
With the win, Greenwich, the fifth ranked Class D team in the state, moves to 6-0 overall.
Stillwater 47 Warrensburg 26: Warrensburg held a 6-0 lead after the first period, but Stillwater outscored their guests 40-14 over the middle two frames to take control, and closed out the “W” in Stillwater Friday night.
The Warriors C.J. McNeill ran for scores of four, seven and nine yards, and Caleb Dyer added a 31-yard TD run, and touchdown catches of 15 and 23 yards from Stillwater QB Colby Paffen.
On the night McNeil and Dyer combined for 275 rushing yards for Stillwater who notched their fourth straight win, improving to 4-1 on the season.
Tamarac/Hoosick Falls 30 Mechanicville 0: Josh Colegrove ran for three touchdowns, and the Tamarac/Hoosick Falls defense did the rest, shutting down the Raiders in the Wildcats road “W” Friday night.
T/HF quarterback Jake Sparks added a 10-yard scoring run and the Wildcat defense opened the night with a safety.
T/HF rushed for 200 yards in the game led by Colegrove’s 90 yard night.
After an opening week loss to Schuylerville, Tamarac/Hoosick Falls post’s their fifth straight victory improving to 5-1 on the year.
Mechanicville 9 Tamarac 3: Five different Raiders connected for goals in the road win over the Bengals.
Colin McMutt led the Raider scoring with three goals, followed by Wyqie Aguda and Andrew Kraszewski with two goals apiece, and Ryan Grimmick and Tom Wendel with single scoring strikes.
Rocco DiCarlo scored a pair of goals for Tamarac, with Xander Glisoco adding a single tally for the Bengals. With the win Mechanicville completes their regular season with a perfect 17-0 mark, clinching their fifth straight Wasaren crown.
Waterford 7 Hoosick Falls 0: Six Fordians tallied, and the Waterford defense dominated throughout, in the home win over Hoosick Falls Friday night.
Josh Catanzarita connected twice, while Matt Soden, Skyler Tosts, Mason Noto, Jarron Maguire and Nate Griner all rang the bell one time for Waterford, who with the win improve to 10-5 on the season.
Greenwich 3 Cambridge 0: First half goals from Shamus Brophy and Madigan Carner gave Greenwich a 2-0 halftime cushion, and the Witches never looked back in notching the home “W” on Friday.
Aaron Stutzman added a second half tally for Greenwich to round out the scoring in the match.
Witches keeper Owen Keech needed just one save to earn the shutout, while Cambridge keeper Ethan Robertson denied 10 shots in defeat.