Soccer Results

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A full slate of action for girls soccer played out on the fields across the Wasaren Thursday afternoon as the regular season moves into it’s second half.  The Warriors of Stillwater sit atop the league standings adding another “W” yesterday to remain unbeaten through nine outings.

Stillwater 11  Berlin 1:  Seven different Warriors found the range as Stillwater coasted to the easy victory in Berlin.

Brooke Pickett with a hat trick, Keelyn Peacock with a pair of goals and three assists, and Devon Wagner with two scoring strikes led the Stillwater assault.

Teya Staie added a goal and assisted on three as the Warriors with the win  go to 9-0 on the season. Continue reading

Thursday Morning Wrap-up

 

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Boys Soccer

Mechanicville 3  Cambridge 0:  The Red Raiders stay perfect in league play winning their sixth in a row with a 3-0 shutout of Cambridge in Mechanicville on Wednesday.

Jeff Luce got things started for the Raiders, connecting from 30 yards out with a first half strike and a 1-0 lead.

Next it was Chris Ciccarelli finishing with a header off of a Luce corner kick and Mechanicville took a 2-0 lead into halftime.

Justin Pugliese capped the scoring in the match finding the range for the Raiders with 2:00 left and sealing the home victory for Mechanicville.

Zach White with six saves and the Red Raiders defense earned the shutout. Continue reading

Wasaren Wednesday

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Girls soccer and golf took center stage in the league on Tuesday with one-sided affairs the norm on the soccer fields, while a team fell from the unbeaten ranks in golf.

Soccer

Stillwater 7  Tamarac 2:  The high powered attack of the Warriors was on full display Tuesday night as Stillwater jumped out to a 6-1 lead at the half with five different players delivering scoring strikes.

Teya Staie and Keelyn Peacock led the onslaught for Stillwater with two goals each, while Kate McEvoy, Paige Brinsko and Devon Wagner all tallied as well in the match played under the lights in Stillwater. Continue reading

Tuesday Morning Roundup

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Boys Soccer

Stillwater 3  Tamarac 2 OT:  Just a few minutes into the extra session Stillwater’s Scott Travis scored his third goal of the match leading the Warriors to the overtime win Monday night.

Tamarac’s Max Ali gave the Bengals the 1-0 lead scoring the only goal by either squad in the first half.

After the break Travis scored his first goal on a header off a Grant Baker corner to knot things at 1-1.

With 17:00 left in regulation it was Travis again this time finishing a Jake Zdonick cross for a 2-1 Warriors lead.

With just over 4:00 remaining in the half Ali tied things, scoring off a direct kick and sending the contest into overtime where Travis connected on the game-winner under the lights in Stillwater.

 

Mechanicville 3  Greenwich 1:  The Red Raiders broke open a 1-1 game at the half with a pair of second half strikes in posting the win over Greenwich.

Just seven minutes in Mechanicville’s Jeff Luce found the back of the net giving the Raiders the early lead, but midway through the first Liam Kelleher tied things, scoring on a penalty kick as the teams went to intermission knotted at 1-1.

After the break Luce connected on his second goal of the match and Kevin Charette also found the range for Mechanicville who with the win stay perfect in league play at 5-0. Continue reading

Boys Soccer

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A full slate of soccer action for the Wasaren boys highlighted by a battle of unbeaten squads with Mechanicville and Tamarac squaring off.

Mechanicville 3  Tamarac 2:  Mechanicville’s Jake Cavert buried the game-winner from 25 yards out with 8:00 left in regulation leading the Red Raiders to the win.

Tamarac found the net first in the match on a Max Ali break away goal, but minutes later Jeff Luce tied things for the Raiders off a Kevin Charette cross.

Mechanicville took the lead on a Tamarac own goal, but Alex Bassey knotted things at 2-2 with a strike before the break leading to the difference-maker by Cavert late in the second half.

 

Berlin 1  Cambridge 0:  In a defensive battle played in Berlin a first half goal by Cody Hunt was all the Mountaineers needed as they turned back the Indians of Cambridge.

Berlin keeper Malek Plouffe saved 17 shots for the shutout and Parker Robertson saved 14 for Cambridge.

 

Waterford 3  Hoosic Valley 0:  Jason Cordts, Tyler Galarneau and Hunter Guertin all found the back of the net in the Fordians shutout of Hoosic Valley.

Guertin added a pair of assists and keeper Bobby Valigorsky turned away four shots to earn the shutout for Waterford.

 

Greenwich 9  Hoosick Falls 0:  Greenwich scored seven times after intermission in cruising to the win over the Panthers.

Charlie Gartner scored three goals with Liam Kelleher and Christian O’Brien adding a pair of scores each to lead the Witches.

Sam Whiting made three saves for Greenwich in the shutout.

 

Stillwater 2  Saratoga Catholic 0: After a scoreless first half the Warriors tallied on a pair of headers after the break to secure the victory over the Saints.

Scott Travis finished off a Jake Zdonick cross to get Stillwater on the board and minutes later Cooper Monast scored off a feed from Grant Baker.

Tim Buchal and the Stillwater defense earned the shutout with Buchal saving two shots in the match.

 

Golf

Hoosick Falls 4 1/2  Mechanicville 1/2:  Ryan Bloomer fired a 43 to earn medalist honors and lead the Panthers to the win over Mechanicville.

Miles Smith, Brady Hathaway and Alison Hathaway all posted individual wins for the Falls, while in flight two Mechanicville’s Jake Popiel and Hoosick Falls’s Matt Smith shared the point.

Results From a Wasaren Wednesday

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Girls soccer and golf highlighted a Wednesday afternoon in the league.

Soccer

Greenwich 2  Hoosick Falls 1 OT:  Faith Ingber took a Cate Abate feed and found the back of the net in overtime to give Greenwich the victory over the Panthers.

Ingber had assisted Abate for the Witches first goal in the match giving the host squad a 1-0 lead at the half, but an Olivia Brownell tally for the Falls after the break tied things at 1-1 setting up the game-winner by Ingber. Continue reading

Tuesday Roundup

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Boys Soccer:

Tamarac 5  Hoosick Falls 4 OT:  The Bengals Max Ali scored four goals, his last coming early in the second overtime session, leading Tamarac the narrow “W” over Hoosick Falls.

Ali beat two defenders and found the back of the net in the second overtime capping a four goal outing, with Miles Ednie also finding the range for Tamarac.

Zach Cahill, Connor Jones, Matt LaPorte, Daniel Louis Charles and all tallied in the match for Hoosick Falls.
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Boys Soccer; Witches, Saints Post Wins

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Greenwich 3  Stillwater 2 OT:  Charlie Gartner scored his second goal of the match with 2:00 left in the first overtime, giving Greenwich the narrow victory over the visitors from Stillwater.

The Witches broke on top when Liam Kelleher connected on a penalty kick midway through the first half, but with 10:00 remaining in the half the Warriors Harry Rubenstein, off a Jake Zdonick throw-in found the range to tie things at 1-1. Continue reading

Tamarac Clinches Hudson Division

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In what was a good race for the softball crown in the Hudson division of the Wasaren, the Bengals of Tamarac earned the title with a 6-3 victory over Greenwich on Monday afternoon.

Tamarac 6  Greenwich 3

Winning Pitcher:  Maggie Kelley  5 Hits  4 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Bengals – McKenna Ryan 2-4      Gianna Bucciero 3-3      Jess Heinrichs 2B Witches – Mackenzie Moy HR      Jennifer Wilbur HR

The Bengals scored four times in the top of the fourth to take a 6-1 lead and held off the Witches to claim the title. Continue reading

Softball and Baseball Results

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Softball

Cambridge 8  Waterford 2

Winning Pitcher:  Gabbie Woods

Leading Hitters:  Indians – Miranda Seacord 1B, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI’s      Victoria Dupuis 1B, 2B, 3B, RBI       Lexi Woodworth 3B

Woods allowed the Fordians just four hits and the Indians lineup produced more than enough run support as Cambridge evens it’s league mark at 5-5.

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