Lake George/Hadley Luzerne Tops Cambridge

Lake George/Hadley Luzerne 27 Cambridge 14: Brendan Lamby caught a pair of touchdown passes and added a rushing TD to lead Lake George/Hadley Luzerne past Cambridge on Saturday.

War Eagles quarterback Cole Clarke found Landry on scoring connections of 41 and 30 yards, part of an 11 of 15 for 150 yards day for the LG/HL quarterback.

The War Eagles led 21-0 late in the second period when Cambridge got on the board with an Eli Danio 2-yard touchdown run and with the two point conversion the Indians closed to 21-8 with 1:23 remaining

But with :04 left in the half Clarke found Lamby on a 30-yard scoring strike sending Lake George/Hadley Luzerne into the break leading 27-8.

Jacob Ruggles capped the game’s scoring with a 2-yard TD run in the final frame for Cambridge.

Friday Night Roundup

Boys Soccer

Mechanicville 6 Tamarac 1: The Red Raiders ran out to a 3-0 halftime lead and cruised to the comfortable victory over the Bengals in Clums Corners on Friday.

TJ Bisallion scored a hat trick for Mechanicville with Colin McNutt adding a pair of scoring strikes and Ryan Grimmick a single tally for the undefeated Raiders.

Tamarac avoided the shutout when Adam Fountain connected for a second half score.

Waterford 3 Hoosick Falls 0: Ty Plumley with a pair of goals and Joshua Catanzarita with a single strike led the Fordians past Hoosick Falls in Waterford on Friday.

Fordian keeper Jake Houle saved eight to earn the shutout.

Cambridge 2 Greenwich 0: Ori Baker-Parazinski found the back of the net twice before the break and that was all the Indians needed to post the road “W” over Greenwich.

Cambridge keepers Mathew Squires and Justin Hamilton combined for six saves and the clean sheet for the Indians.

Football

Hoosick Falls/Tamarac 45 Coxsackie-Athens 3: Michael D’Agostino threw for three touchdown passes to lead HF/Tam to the road win over Coxsackie.

D”Agostino completed 8 of 12 passes for 199 yards and found three different receivers for scores, connecting with Dylan Baker for a 41 yard score, Bryan Mackey for a 77 yard strike and James Blake on a 42 yard throw and catch.

Panther running back Peyton Nealon rushed for 125 yards on 22 carries and a touchdown, while teammate Josh Colegrove added scoring runs of 25 and 7 yards for HF/Tam who with the win move to 4-0 on the year.

Mechanicville 14 Johnstown 12: In a close game throughout Mechanicville used single scores in the first and final period to slip past Johnstown on Friday.

A Michael Shutters fumble recovery followed by a Luciano D’Ambro two-point conversion run staked the Raiders to an 8-0 lead after the first.

Coxsackie got on the board in the second frame when JC Muress ran it in from two yards out trimming the Mechanicville to 8-6.

After a scoreless third quarter the Raiders extended their cushion when D’Ambro scored on a two-yard tote giving Mechanicville a 14-6 advantage.

Later in the fourth, Muress found J. Benton for a 9-yard touchdown pass, but Coxsackie’s two-point conversion attempt failed and the Raiders came away with the “W”, improving to 3-1 on the season.

Girls Soccer; Waterford Tops Cambridge

Waterford 4 Cambridge 0: The Fordians took control early scoring four times before the break in a comfortable win over Cambridge in Waterford on Thursday.

Addyson Galuski with a pair of goals and Mackenzie Koniszewski and Natalie Rich with single scoring strikes led the Fordian attack.

Waterford keeper Sierra Atwood saved six shots and combined with the Fordian “D” to notch the shutout.

Boys Soccer Roundup

Mechanicville 12 Stillwater 0: It was all Red Raiders in the annual cup game with Mechanicville scoring four goals before the break and adding eight more after intermission in the one-sided win over neighboring rival Stillwater.

Six Red Raiders connected for goals with Colin McNutt and Andrew Kraszewski scoring hat tricks, while Wyqie Aguda and TJ Bisaillon both found the back of the net twice.

Mechanicville keeper Glenn Prarie saved six and combined with the Red Raider “D” for the shutout.

Waterford 3 Berlin/New Lebanon 3: The Fordians and Mountaineers were tied 1-1 after one half of play, and ended the match deadlocked at 3-3 on Wednesday.

Joshua Catanzarita with two goals and Jarron McQuire with a single strike provided the Fordians offense.

Kasey Billert scored all three goals for the Mountaineers.

Tamarac 6 Hoosick Falls 3: The Bengals exploded for five first half goals and cruised from there to the road victory over the Panthers of Hoosick Falls.

Ethan Brown with two goals and Alex Ednie, Adam Fountain, Xander Gliosco and Nevin Wilkie all with single tallies paced the Bengal attack.

Max Archambault, Connor Powers and Alex Salvesvold all rang the bell with second half goals for the Falls.

Girls Soccer; Red Raiders Roll

Mechanicville 8 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: Six Raiders scored in Mechanicville’s one-sided decision over Berlin/New Lebanon on Tuesday.

Patty Snyder with two goals and three assists, and Madelyn Shakow with a pair of goals led the Raider attack.

Mechanicville keeper Dani Rubino saved four shots to record the shutout, while also connecting on a goal as well.

Tamarac 2 Waterford 1: The Bengals Jenna Hunt and Bre Evertsen found the back of the net with first half strikes, and the Tamarac defense pitched a shutout after the break in the Bengals narrow victory over the visitors from Waterfod.

Addyson Galuski tallied in the first half for Waterford.

Stillwater 5 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: Teya Staie with a pair of goals and Trinity Cutler, Kylie Peacock and Isabella Estill with single strikes led the Warriors past Berlin/New Lebanon on Monday.

Stillwater keeper Kiersten Conroy saved four shots in the shutout, while Kai Krause turned back 19 shots for the Mountaineers.

Red Raiders Turn Back Fonda

Luciano D’Ambro threw for a touchdown and added a running score as well to lead Mechanicville to a 20-10 road win over Fonda on Saturday.

D’Ambro gave the Raiders a 6-0 first quarter lead on a 48 yard touchdown run, but in the second frame Fonda responded with a Connor Weaver touchdown pass to Nate Mycek and added a safety in the period to take a 10-6 advantage into the break.

After intermission the Raiders took the lead for good when D’Ambro connected with Kyle Johnson on a 54 yard scoring strike giving Mechanicville a 14-10 lead heading to the final frame.

In the fourth a Mason Angiano 8-yard touchdown run closed things out for the Raiders who with the win improve to 2-1 on the year.

Hoosick Falls/Tamarac Tops Taconic Hills

Michael D’Agostino threw for a pair of touchdowns and ran for another leading Hoosick Falls/Tamarac past Taconic Hills 38-8 Friday night.

D’Agostino connected with James Blake on a 35-yard scoring strike in the first period and found Dylan Baker for a 15 yard TD in the second frame.

Peyton Nealone added a pair of rushing touchdowns and kicker Andrew Yerdon was good on five point afters and drilled a 28 yard field goal for Hoosick Falls/Tamarac who led 14-0 after the first and 35-0 at the break.

Witch the win HF/Tam improves to 3-0 on the season.

Boys Soccer; Red Raiders Continue to Roll

Mechanicville 11 Saratoga Catholic 0: Mechanicville scored eight goals before the break and cruised to the one-sided decision over the Saints in Saratoga on Tuesday.

Six Raiders connected for goals in the match with three players recording multiple tallies. Andrew Kraszewski with three strikes and Glenn Prarie and Colin McNutt with two goals each led the Raider onslaught. Mechanicville finished the contest scoring their final three goals off corner kicks.

Mechanicville keepers Glenn Prarie and Dylan Raucci combined with the Raider “D” for the shutout, the fourth in as many outings for Mechanicville. Along with the suffocating defense, the Raiders have posted double figure scoring in all four contests finding the back of the net 45 times over the four game span.

Hoosic Valley 1 Tamarac 1 No other info at this time

Girls Soccer

Greenwich 3 Mechanicville 3: The two Wasaren squads battled to a 3-3 deadlock in Mechanicville on Monday.

Faith Ingber with a pair of goals and Tess Merrill with a single strike led the Witches attack.

Ryleigh Hopeck paced the Raiders with two goals, and Marissa Krosky added a goal as well while Patty Snyder assisted on two of the Mechanicville scores.

Hoosic Valley 0 Hoosick Falls 0: Defense was the theme as both team’s keepers and defensive players took center stage in the scoreless match played in Hoosick Falls on Monday.

Valley keeper Kate Chamberlain saved 12 shots for the Indians while Panther goal tender Olivia Estes turned back two shots on the afternoon.

Weekend Football Roundup

Mechanicville 12 Granville 8: Joe Sanchez bulled in from the two-yard line with :45 remaining, propelling Mechanicville past the Golden Horde on Saturday in Granville.

Sanchez staked the Raiders to a 6-0 lead at the 4:21 mark in the first on a one-yard touchdown run. But on the final play of the first frame Granville’s Logan Beebe ran it in from six yards out and Josh Oakman added the two-point conversion to give the home squad an 8-6 advantage which held up until Sanchez’s late game heroics.

With the win the Red Raiders even their season mark at 1-1.

Greenwich 36 Stillwater 7: Max Maguire and Matt Conlin both ran for a pair of touchdowns to lead Greenwich to the road win over the Warriors of Stillwater.

A two-yard scoring run by CJ McNeil gave Stillwater a 7-6 edge early in the second period, but on the final play of the first half a two-yard quarterback sneak by Jesse Kuzmich along with the two-point conversion gave the lead back to the Witches at 14-7.

Conlin’s second running touchdown came with 1:57 left in the third extended the Witches lead to 22-7 and Maquire added TD runs of 24 and 5 yards in the final quarter to round out the scoring for Greenwich.

With the win the Witches move to 2-0 on the season.

Hoosick Falls/Tamarac 34 Watervliet 0: Greg Mays threw for 114 yards and three scores to lead HF/Tam to the shutout “W” over the Cannoneers of Watervliet.

Mays connected with Tucker Thayne on a 19-yard scoring strike in the second frame, and added a pair of touchdown tosses in the third, finding James Blake from 38 yards out and Tom Chalewa on a 28 yard hookup.

Hoosick Falls/Tamarac held a 321-69 advantage in total yards and with the victory improve to 2-0 on the year.