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

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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Friday Morning Roundup

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Boys and girls soccer along with a pair of golf matches played out on Thursday in the Wasaren as all sports ramp up with football kicking off this weekend.

Boys Soccer

Stillwater 5  Waterford 4 OT:  The Warriors Grant Baker scored a hat trick before the break, and saved the game-winner for the overtime period, as Stillwater got past the Fordians of Waterford.

Josh Luca added a first half score for the Warriors, while Waterford connected on a Hunter Guertin PK and a strike from Jack O’Brien off a corner as the teams went to halftime with Stillwater holding a 4-2 advantage.

Second half goals from Tyler Galanearu and Zach Soden knotted things at 4-4 setting up Bakers game-winner in the extra session.

With the win Stillwater improves to 1-0, 3-0 while Waterford goes to 0-1, 0-1 with the tough loss. Continue reading

Cambridge Girls Place Second in Schuylerville Classic

cambridge pictureThe Cambridge girls track and field team earned a second place finish at the Schuylerville Classic on Friday night. The host Black Horses won the meet with 104 points followed by Cambridge with 88 points, pacing the 17 team event.

Greenwich (51 1/2), Mechanicville (47), and Saratoga Catholic (36) held down places 5-7.

Individual winners from Wasaren squads included Cambridge’s Miranda Seacord in the 100, Spa Catholic’s Grace O’Reilly 400, Greenwich’s Annabel Gregg 800, Cambridge’s Vanessa Evans 1 mile, Cambridge’s Ruth Nolan 400 hurdles, Mechanicville’s Jade Brown high jump, and Greenwich’s Danielle McFee discus.

The Mechanicville 800 meter relay team also earned a first place finish.

On the boys side of things South Glens Falls claimed the title with 100 points.  Cambridge (44), Mechanicville (24), and Spa Catholic (15) finished 7th, 8th and 10th respectively.  Greenwich with (7) and Berlin with 5 points rounded out the Wasaren teams.

Cambridge’s Jordan Brown earned a first place finish in the 400 meter hurdles for the Indians.

Baseball, Softball Roundup

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Baseball

Greenwich 6  Mechanicville 4

Winning Pitcher:  Christian O’Brien 6IP  6 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Witches – Carson Mosher 2-2, 3B, 2 RBI’s      Raiders – Jake LaFountain 2-3, 2B

O’Brien earns his sixth win of the year as the Witches move to 10-2. Continue reading