Boys Soccer; Mechanicville Continues Streak

Mechanicville 3 Waterford 0: Quietly over the past three seasons the Mechanicville boys soccer team has strung together an impressive winning streak in Wasaren play that extended to 37 straight with the defeat of the Fordians in Waterford Thursday night.

After a scoreless first half Brandt St. Gelais, Zac Rapaccioulo, and Wyqui Agunda all found the back of the net for the Raiders who move to 6-0 in league play this season, with an 8-4 overall mark.

Zach White, 3 saves, and the Mechanicville defense combined for the shutout of Waterford who go to 9-2-1 overall with the loss.

 

Stillwater 3 Hoosic Valley 0: The Warriors used single tallies by Grant Baker, Harry Rubenstein and Jack Rubenstein to slip past the Indians of Hoosic Valley.

Stillwater held a 1-0 advantage at the break and put the game away with two unanswered in the second half.

Warrior keeper Tim Buchal saved four shots and with the Stillwater “D” notched the shutout.
The Warriors improve to 4-3, 9-3 on the year while the Valley goes to 1-6, 4-9-1.

 

Tamarac 4 Greenwich 2: The Bengals ran out to a 2-0 halftime lead and used that cushion to hold off the Witches for the home victory on Thursday.
Dylan Briccetti with a hat trick and Miles Ednie with a single scoring strike paced Tamarac offensively.                                                                                                                               soccer-ball1
AJ Rymph and Liam Niesz found the range for the two Greenwich scores after the break.
Tamarac, with the win improves to 6-1, 9-1 and Greenwich slips to 4-1-1, 9-2-1 with the loss.

 

Spa Catholic 8 Hoosick Falls 0: The Saints rang the bell four times in each half in coasting to the easy shutout “W” over the Panthers.

Spa’s Dante Marin scored four goals, Ben Urbaetis added a pair and Matthew Apy and Jordan Catone rounded out the Saints attack with single strikes.                                 Saratoga Catholic improves to 3-5-1, 5-6-2 on the year.

Girls Soccer

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Stillwater 5  Greenwich 2:  Stillwater jumped out to a 3-1 halftime lead, on their way to the road victory over the Witches.

Brooke Pickett scored four goals, three coming before the break, and Keelyn Peacock added a second half tally to lead the Warriors.

Faith Ingber scored both goals in the match for Greenwich.

 

Cambridge 5  Tamarac 3:  In a 2-2 game at the break, Cambridge dominated play in the second half to notch the home “W”.

Vanessa Evans with three goals and Lily Phillips with a pair of scores paced the Cambridge attack.

Taylor Smith with two goals and Sophie Champagne with one led the Bengals.

 

Mechanicville 5  Hoosick Falls 0:  The Raiders ran out to a 2-0 lead at the half and cruised to the road win over the Panthers.

Jada Brown scored two goals and Brynn Murphy, Olivia Horan and Madelyn Shakow all added single strikes for Mechanicville who notched their seventh straight “W”.

Savannah Bowie, with eight saves, combined with the Mechanicville defense for the shutout.

Spa Catholic Tops Hoosic Valley

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Dante Marin connected on four scoring strikes to lead Spa Catholic to the come-from-behind victory over the Indians in Schaghticoke on Monday afternoon.

The Valley, behind a pair of Derek Howard tallies took a 2-1 lead into the break, but the Saints scored four unanswered goals in the second half, three by Marin, and Ben Urbaetis found the back of the net as well, to earn the road victory.

Football Roundup

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Friday Night

Stillwater 45  Lake George / Hadley Luzerne 26:  Mason Seymour ran for 127 yards and three touchdowns, and added a pick six to led the Warriors past LG/HL Friday night.

James Galarneau rushed for 190 yards including a third period touchdown run of 56 yards giving the Warriors a 19-14 advantage, and Seymour’s interception return soon followed giving Stillwater control over a game War Eagle squad. Continue reading

Mechanicville Tops Lansingburgh

mechanicville-nyIt was Homecoming in Mechanicville Friday night and after the king, queen and their court were recognized, along with all senior players and cheerleaders with family members, it was on to the main event.

Unlike the pregame festivities the contest was neither smooth nor overly pretty, but in the end all that mattered was a 17-7 victory by the Red Raiders sending the majority of a large crowd home happy. Continue reading

Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week

cambridge pictureCongratulations to Cambridge-Salem football player Kaedin Ogilvie on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.

On Saturday in Salem, the senior running back scored five touchdowns in the Indians 45-19 win over Lake George-Hadley Luzerne.

Ogilvie scored on runs of 9, 33, 3, 5 and 7 yards, part of his 114 yard effort.

Congratulations to Kaedin, our newest Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.