Greenwich 5 Stillwater 1: A pair of Henry Hansen goals led the way for the Witches in their Class CC quarterfinal victory over the Warriors.
Christian O’Brien, Ellis Pemrick and Charlie Gartner all added scoring strikes for Greenwich who advance to the semi’s this weekend. Continue reading
Mechanicville 6 Ichabod Crane 0: The Red Raiders scored three goals before the break to take control early in their shutout victory over Ichabod Crane.
Jada Brown with a goal and two assists led the Raider attack that saw six different players ring the bell. Red Raider keeper Savannah Bowie earned the shutout with 8 saves for Mechanicville. Continue reading
Cambridge 63 Helderberg Valley 3: Cambridge scored six touchdowns in the first 12 minutes of play in rolling over Helderberg Valley.
Brenden Holcomb was on the receiving end of three touchdown passes from Zack Rowland covering 52, 37 and 12 yards, and Jonas Butz and Colton Dean added rushing scores for Cambridge, all coming in the first period. Max Hofer returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown to cap the first quarter assault as the Indians with yet another dominant victory improve to 6-1 on the season. Continue reading
Mechanicville 7 Hoosick Falls 0: The Red Raiders score early and often, ringing the bell five times before the break in posting the shutout victory over the Falls.
Jeff Luce, Chris Ciccarelli and Michael Cavotta all found the range twice and Kevin Charette added a single strike for the 12-0-1 Mechanicville squad. Continue reading
Greenwich’s Reed Boduch advanced to the second round of play after firing an 80 on Tuesday in the opening round of the Section II State Golf Qualifier at Orchard Creek Golf Club.
The Greenwich junior tied for 12th place out of the 20 golfers that advanced after Tuesday’s round.
The top 11 golfers after Thursday’s second round will secure a spot on the Section II team that will compete in the State Boys Golf Championship in June at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course in Ithaca.
Congratulations to Greenwich’s Cole Burgess on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
Over a seven day span the senior quarterback put together impressive numbers leading the Witches to a pair of victories on the football field. Continue reading
The Indians of Cambridge and Hoosic Valley picked up gridiron wins Saturday afternoon, Cambridge rebounding from their first loss in over a season and a half, while the Valley while extended their winning streak to three. Continue reading
Greenwich 42 Whitehall 3: After a 28-yard field goal from Whitehall’s Nick Kennedy trimmed the Greenwich lead to 7-3 early in the second period, Witches QB Cole Burgess took over.
Burgess scored on an 85-yard kickoff return, and runs of 80 and 4 yards before the break giving Greenwich control and a 28-3 halftime lead, on their way to the easy victory over the Railroaders. Continue reading
Going into the biggest regular season game of the year Stillwater head coach Ian Godfrey decided a change was needed at the quarterback position and handed the keys to sophomore James Galarneau. While probably too young to hold a driver’s license, Galarneau navigated four quarters of football like a seasoned vet, leading the Warriors to an impressive 48-13 victory over Mechanicville in the annual Indian Bowl game before a packed house in Stillwater. Continue reading
Mechanicville 6 Tamarac 2: Chris Ciccarelli’s hat trick paved the way to the Red Raider win over the Bengals from Tamarac.
Jeff Luce added a pair of goals and Marcus Tobin tallied as well for the 11-0, 11-1 Mechanicville squad. Continue reading