Boys Soccer; Raiders Cruise Past Panthers

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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

Girls Soccer; Raiders Turn Back the Panthers

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Mechanicville 7  Hoosick Falls 1:  The Red Raiders took control with four first half strikes in notching the victory over the Panthers to complete an unbeaten regular season.

Jada Brown scored a hat trick, with Brynn Murphy and Mackenzie Bowie adding a pair of goals each for the 14-0-1 Wasaren Champions.  Continue reading

Boduch Advances to Second Round

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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.

Friday Night Football; Witches Win, Panthers, Bengals Fall

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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

Girls Soccer; Raiders Turn Back Warriors

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Mechanicville 3  Stillwater 0:  Mackenzie Bowie scored a pair of goals to lead Mechanicville past the Warriors in Stillwater on Friday.

Nevaeh D’Alioa added a scoring strike, Madeline Garone picked up two assists, and Savannah Bowie with eight saves earned the shutout victory for Mechanicville who improve to 9-0-1 on the season with the “W”. Continue reading