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 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
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
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
In the first three weekends of the high school football season the schedule makers were unkind to the Indians of Hoosic Valley. Playing Greenwich, Cambridge and Whitehall to start the campaign, the Valley, while at times showing signs, stumbled to an 0-3 mark.
But facing less than a “Murderer’s Row” over the remaining weeks of the schedule the winds have shifted in Schaghticoke as the Indians posted their second straight dominant victory on Saturday with a 49-7 decision over the Rams from Rensselaer. Continue reading
Hoosick Falls 33 Fonda 13: The Panthers scored 20 unanswered after the break to post the victory over Fonda.
Hoosick Falls quarterback Sam Richard rushed for 60 yards, threw for 101 and scored three touchdowns to lead the Falls. Panther running back Max Kipp gained 101 yards on the ground with a score as the Falls improve to 4-1 on the season with the win. Continue reading
Reed Boduch fired the low round of 78, teammate Jake Owens backed him with a 79 leading the Witches of Greenwich to the Wasaren golf championship on Monday at the Troy Country Club. Continue reading
Stillwater 5 Hoosick Falls 4: Brooke Picket’s hat trick led the Warriors past the Panthers in Hoosick Falls on Wednesday.
Teya Staie added a pair of scores for Stillwater who see their season mark rise to 10-1 with the win.
Angela Gonzalez, Taylor Mann, Darian Morgan and Grace Wysocki all found the range with scoring strikes for the Panthers who slip to 5-4-1. Continue reading
Mechanicville 8 Berlin 4: Jeff Luce scored four goals to led the Red Raiders to the victory over Berlin on a hot, summer day in late September.
Connor Keegan, Zach Rapaccioulo, Chris Ciccarelli, and Mike Cavotta all found the back of the net in the match for Mechanicville who see their season mark improve to 9-0, 9-1. Continue reading
Saturday in Schaghticoke a pair of 0-3 teams in Cohoes and Hoosic Valley took the field with each squad looking to put a number in the win column. We said on the pregame broadcast not to be surprised in the Indians go on a run over the remaining five weeks in the regular season. Yesterday they took the first step in that journey rolling over the Tigers from Cohoes 67-22. Continue reading