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
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.
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
Cambridge-Salem 57 Hoosick Falls 31: The matchup between a pair of unbeaten Class C teams saw Cambridge in control throughout as the Indians jumped out to a 24-6 lead early in the second period, extended their advantage to 28-18 at the half and cruised home with their third win of the season.
Tyler Linendoll rushed for 213 yards and five touchdowns and Tommy English added 157 yards with three scores to pace the Cambridge-Salem attack. Continue reading
Girls soccer and golf highlighted a Wednesday afternoon in the league.
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
Congratulations to Hoosic Valley’s cross country runner Carrie Burnell for being named this week’s Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
In a three team meet on Tuesday Carrie won the girls race leading the Valley to wins over Mechanicville and Stillwater.
Burnell covered the 2.8 mile course in 18:29 to pace Hoosic Valley who had six of the first seven runners to cross the finish line.
Congratulations to Carrie, this week’s Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
It was a rough first week for all Section II football teams in Class D with every school absorbing a loss. Two of those teams met in Schaghticoke on Saturday when Warrensburg traveled south to take on Hoosic Valley. The first half was entertaining as the two squads put points on the board in a back and forth 24 minutes of football. After the break it was all Warrensburg and at game’s end the Burghers headed north with their first “W” of the season, a 34-14 decision over the Valley. Continue reading
Cambridge 1 Saratoga Catholic 0: Austin Hackman scored the games only goal at the 60:00 mark as the Indians posted the shutout victory over the Saints in Saratoga on Friday.
Cambridge keeper Parker Robertson with five saves combined with the Indians “D” to record the shutout. Continue reading
Stillwater 6 Hoosick Falls 1: The Stillwater girls continued their torrid start to the season, scoring three first half goals to take control on their way to the easy “W” over the Panthers of Hoosick Falls.
Brooke Pickett’s hat trick led the potent Warrior attack, with Teya Staie, Keelyn Pickett, and Brianna McLaughlin adding singles strikes, while Devon Wagner handed out a trio of assists. Continue reading
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After winning back to back state championships in Class D the Cambridge football team, with additional players from Salem, moves to Class C competition and while their competition on Saturday was a Class D squad, I think the Indians will fare well in their new classification.
Flashing a stable of backs that can take it the distance at any time, running behind a strong, experienced O-line the Indians cruised past Hoosic Valley 41-7 in Cambridge on Saturday. Continue reading