Cohoes 2 Waterford 0: In the inaugural Mohawk Cup, Cohoes used a goal in each half to squeeze past Waterford in a well-played match by both squads.
Cohoes got on the board fifteen minutes into the game off a direct kick that was pinballed in the box, with Fordian keeper Alex Roy making numerous saves before the Tigers Cole Ciepel was able to finish.
Three minutes after intermission, Cohoes struck again when Derek Primeau found the back of the net for the 2-0 cushion.
Cohoes keeper Josh Marer saved four shots to earn the shutout for the Tigers, while Alex Roy saved 18 for the Fordians.
Mechanicville 1 Guilderland 1: After a scoreless first half the two squads both managed just one second half tally and settled for the tie in a quality match played on Saturday morning in Guilderland.
The hosts nearly put one on the board early, on a ball played into the box, but Raider keeper Dylan Raucci made multiple, acrobatic saves to keep the ball out of the net.
After a scoreless forty minutes, Guilderland broke the tie, 10 minutes into the second half, when Jack Ayres found the range for the 1-0 advantage.
Later in the half Mechanicville knotted things with Wygie Aguda playing a long, free kick into the box, and Ryan Grimmick was there to finish the deflection for the equalizer.
Raider keeper Raucci had an outstanding day between the posts, saving 18 shots, while Guilderland keeper Cameron Frye saved eight shots in the match.
Greenwich 3 Canajoharie 1: Greenwich rode a pair of second half goals to the road win over Canajoharie.
Ellery Mays and Norah Niesz both connected on scoring strikes to pace the Witches attack, while Greenwich keeper Kiley Allen saved sevens shots in the game.
Cambridge 5 Berne-Knox 1: No other info at this time
Guilderland 2 Mechanicville 0: No other info
Cambridge-Salem 36 Lake George 12: Clifford Lewis had a day for himself, rushing for 222 yards, on 32 carries, while scoring five touchdowns in leading C/S past the Warriors in Salem on Saturday.
The senior back Lewis scored on runs of 24, 3, 2, 25, and 35 yards in a game that saw C/S run out to a 21-0 advantage after the first period.
C/S with the win moves to 1-2, 3-3 on the year.
Stillwater 53 Helderberg Valley 0: No other info at this time
Greenwich 36 Warrensburg 20: In a get-together of undefeated squads Friday night in Greenwich, the Witches won the turnover battle, and that proved to be the difference as the hosts posted the well-earned victory over the Burghers.
Throughout most of the first half the teams traded punches, until Greenwich finished the half with back to back scores.
The Witches Matt Conlin and Jesse Kuzmich sandwiched scoring runs around a 3-yard TD carry by Warrrensburg’s Dylan Winchell, to lead 14-8 at the end of the first quarer.
Warrensburg knotted things at 14-14 less than two minutes into the second frame on a Tim Kelly touchdown run, but Greenwich quickly answered on a Deontae Bennett 20-yard romp for points, and following a turnover, Kuzmich ran for his second score of the night, giving the Witches a 29-14 halftime advantage.
Early in the third, Warrensburg used a Tristen Hitchcock 29-yard TD tote, to trim the deficit at 29-20 to which Greenwich responded with a 40-yard touchdown strike from Kuzmich to Bennett for what turned out to be the final points of the contest.
With the win Greenwich moves to 5-0 on the season, while the Burghers suffer their first loss of the year and slip to 5-1.
Schuylerville 46 Mechanicville 14: Schuylerville raced out to a 30-0 halftime lead and never looked backed in notching the home win over the Red Raiders.
Lamden Cumm ran for 81 yards and three scores to pace a Black Horse attack that produced 304 yards of total offense on the night.
Owen Sherman, Lukas Sherman and Martin Flanders all added touchdowns for Schuylerville.
Mechanicville got on the board in the third period with a Rozowicz 36-yard fumble return, and in the fourth on a 34-yard touchdown run by Morrison.
Hoosick Falls/Tamarac 20 Fonda 7: HF/T quarterback Jake Sparks threw for a pair of touchdowns and ran in another, to lead the Wildcats past Fonda Friday night in Tamarac.
Sparks found James Blake with a 22-yard touchdown pass in the first period, and connected with Bryan Mackey for a 34-yard scoring strike in the second frame, staking the Wildcats to a 14-0 halftime advantage.
In the third, Fonda cut the lead in half with a one-yard TD run, but Sparks sealed the win in the final period on a 2-yard TD carry, giving Tamarac/Hoosick Falls their fourth win in five outings on the year.
Mechanicville 9 Hoosick Falls 0: It was another match in Mechanicville where the Red Raiders scored in bunches, netting eight goals before the break, and by nights end their top gun Andrew Kraszewski owned school scoring marks.
Kraszewski connected with three scoring strikes, breaking his single season scoring record of 37, now 38, and the school career mark of 85, now 87.
Wyqie Aguda and Colin McNutt both tallied twice, while Joey Devito and Jacob Eiseman added goals as well for the Raiders.
Dylan Raucci saved three shots to earn the shutout for Mechanicville, who with the win, move to 11-0, 12-0 on the year.
Waterford 3 Hoosic Valley 2: In a back and forth affair in Schaghticoke Waterford’s Benji Mills connected for his third goal of the match with 1:00 remaining, lifting the Fordians past Hoosic Valley.
The Valley got on the board first when Logan Reilly chipped a ball over the head of the Fordian keeper, to take the 1-0 lead.
But Waterford gained the advantage before the break on a pair of goals by Mills with Josh Catanzarita setting up both scores.
In the 57th minute the Valley knotted things when Brayden Senecal finished a corner kick for the home squad and the 2-2 deadlock.
With just over a minute remaining a Mills header off a Catanzarita corner was the difference maker in this well played match between two, strong, Class C squads.
Greenwich 1 Spa Catholic 0 2OT: In the 97th minute the Witches Madigan Carner, took a feed from Declan Kelleher, and tucked the ball into the corner of the net for the game-winner.
Greenwich keeper Owen Keech saved one shot in recording the shutout, while Saints keeper Ryan Condry turned back 15 shots in the match.
Waterford 6 Greenwich 3: The Fordian built a 4-2 lead by halftime and closed things out after the break, posting the road win over the Witches.
Waterford scored four unanswered goals to start the match, with Izzy Vecchio connecting twice and Addyson Galuski and Sophia Belonga adding single strikes, giving the Fordians control.
Before intermission Greenwich cut the lead in half on tallies by Faith Ingber and Norah Niesz.
But after the break Galuski rang the bell with a pair of goals, the second coming on a PK, and Waterford notched it’s 12th win in as many outings.
Fordians keeper Maddy Atwood saved two shots in the match, while Greenwich keeper Ryan Skiff turned back 11 shots for the Witches.
Tamarac 3 Hoosic Valley 1: Abby Buckley found the back of the net twice, and Shannon Ryan added a single tally in leading the Bengals past the Valley in Schaghticoke on Wednesday.
Jaquelyn Carlo connected for the Hoosic Valley goal.
Regen Retell saved four shots for Tamarac and the Valley’s keeper Riley Caiazza denied 18 shots in defeat.
Stillwater 1 Hoosick Falls 1: Both teams scored first half goals, before the defensive units took control and the two squads settled for the tie in Hoosick Falls on Wednesdy.
Stillwater’s Isabella Estill and Hoosick Falls’ Megan Perry both connected before the break, accounting for all the scoring in the match.
Warrior keeper Mia Coraro saved seven shots in the game, while the Panthers keeper Olivia Estes turned back eight.
Mechanicville 13 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: The Red Raiders scored seven times before the break and cruised to the one-sided road win over the Mountaineers.
Andrew Kraszewski and Wyqie Aguda both connected for hat tricks, while Colin McNutt tallied twice and Tyler Eiseman, Ryan Grimmick, Seth Johnson, Justin Manion and Tom Wendel all added single strikes in the match.
Mechanicville keeper Dylan Raucci saved two shots, combining with the Raider “D” for the clean sheet.
With the win Mechanicville remains perfect on the season, at 10-0, 11-0.
Tamarac 3 Waterford 1: The Fordians led early on a Joshua Catanzarita goal, but the visitors from Tamarac scored twice before the break and added an insurance tally in the second half to post the road win.
Rocco DiCarlo scored a pair of goals to lead the Bengal attack.
Stillwater 3 Hoosic Valley 0: Isabella Estill tallied twice and Elliot Patenaude added a single scoring strike to lead the Warriors to the home “W” over the Valley.
Patenaude opened the scoring with a finish at the 8:52 mark, and ten minutes later Estill found the range, giving Stillwater a 2-0 lead that they took into halftime.
Midway through the second half, Estill took a Brooke Henderson feed and found the back of the net to cap the scoring.
Warrior keeper Mia Corraro saved three, and combined with the Stillwater defense for the clean sheet.
Hoosic Valley keeper Riley Caiazza saved 10 shots in defeat.
Mechanicville 1 Schuylerville 1 OT: The two squads battled to a standoff in a non-league match on the turf in Schuylerville, Monday night.
After a scoreless first half the Red Raiders Nevaeh D’Aloia finished an Ava Charbonneau find, giving Mechanicville the 1-0 cushion, but later in the half Schuylerville’s Anika Buff tied things with an unassisted tally, and both defenses refused to break the rest of the way.
Mechanicville keeper Anna Izzo turned back seven shots in the match, while Schuylerville goal tender Claire Pellitier-Hoblock saved eight.
Hoosic Valley 4 Canajoharie 3 2 OT: In a wild one at the WAC Wasaren Challenge, Logan Reilly finished a Tyler Eddy cross for the game-winner with :20 left in the second overtime session.
Andrew Wood, Eddy and Bogue also tallied in the game for the Valley who held 2-1 advantage at the half.
Northville 3 Waterford 2: In a back and forth affair, Northville’s Jacob Frank connected on the difference maker midway through the second half, giving Northville the well-earned “W”.
Frank and teammate Colin Morehouse gave Northville a 2-0 lead at halftime with scoring strikes, but Waterford ties things in the first 20 minutes of the second half with Josh Catanzarita and Jarron Maguire ringing the bell.
Five minutes later Frank finished with what proved to be the game-winner.
Mayfield 4 Greenwich 0: Britain Goodermote with two goals and Kenny Dennis and Brody Page with single strikes led Mayfield past Greenwich.
The Witches keeper Owen Keech saved nine shots in the match.
Galway 1 Spa Catholic 0: After a scoreless first half, Galway’s Colin Anderson found the range with the match’s only tally, giving Galway the narrow victory over the Saints.
Middleburgh 8 Berlin/New Lebanon 1: Austin Jones scored five goals in the match, leading Middleburgh past the Moutaineers.
Gabe Hart connected for Berlin/New Lebanon with a first half strike.
Maple Hill 2 Tamarac 0: Maple Hill used a goal in each half to get past Tamarac. An Avery Morris header got Maple Hill on the board early, and a Kayden Morris second half finish, closed out the scoring in the match for the Wildcats.
Waterford 3 Cohoes 1: Addyson Galluski scored a pair of goals and Zoe Grennon added a single strike in the Fordians win over Cohoes.
Isabella Vecchio dished out a pair of assists in the match for Waterford.
Jaclyn Benedetti got Cohoes on the board with a first half tally.
Greenwich 56 Helderberg Valley 0: If this was fight, they’d have stopped it. Greenwich scored 35 points in the first 12 minutes, and cruised to the home “W” on Friday night.
Deontae Bennett started the scoring parade with a 55-yard touchdown run, before the Witches air attack joined the first period party.
Greenwich quarterback Jesse Kuzmich threw three scoring strikes, spreading the wealth with a 25-yard connection to Tyler Day, a 42-yard hook-up with Jayden Hughes and a 61-yard throw and catch for six, with Bennett.
Matt Conlin rounded out the opening quarter assault by Greenwich, running for a 14-yard touchdown, and with Witches kicker Declan Kelleher perfect on all five PAT’s, Greenwich had decided this one early.
Kuzmich and Conlin added touchdown runs in the second frame, and Bennett closed out the night’s scoring, taking the second half kick-off 75-yards to the house.
Kuzmich completed 3 of 4 passes for 128 yards, while Conlin rushed for 88 yards on four carries.
On the other side of the football, Greenwich (4-0), posted it’s third shutout of the season.
Next up for the Witches is a matchup with an undefeated Warrensburg squad, on Friday night in Greenwich.
Warrensburg 48 Cambridge-Salem 7: Warrensburg used a 30 point second frame to take control, on their way to the one-sided decision over C-S Friday night in Warrensburg.
Dylan Wichell and Tim Kelley both ran for three scores to lead the Tomahawks.
Winchell finished the game with 212 yards on 12 carries, while Kelly rumbled for 175 yards on nine runs.
Cambridge-Salem (0-2, 2-3), scored it’s lone touchdown of the night in the second period when Brice Burr found Alex Luke on an eight yard scoring pass.
Hoosick Falls 41 Johnstown 13: The Panthers used a dominant ground game and a 21 point final period to post the road win over Johnstown.
Falls running back Bryan Mackey ran for 179 yards and a score, while Panther QB Jake Sparks scored three times on runs of 13, one and 42 yards, highlighting a Hoosick Falls rushing attack that complied 310 yards, to Johnstown’s 47, in the game.
Hoosick Falls with their third straight “W”, moves to 3-1 on the season.
Stillwater 49 Chatham 14: Leading 21-7 at the break, Stillwater put the game away with a 21 point third frame, notching the home victory over Chatham.
C.J. McNeil ran 27 times, for 243 yards and three touchdowns to lead Stillwater.
Caleb Dyer added 109 rushing yards with a pair of scores, and caught a touchdown pass from Colby Paffen for Stillwater, who moves to 2-1 on the year with the “W”.
Cambridge 2 Hoosic Valley 1: Cambridge used goals from Mia Alpy and Jacey Nieckarz to get past the Valley in girls soccer on Friday.
Megan Rice scored for Hoosic Valley off a Leigha Henkel feed.
Cambridge keeper Rochelle Daniels saved four shots in the match, while Valley keeper Riley Caiazza turned back six attempts.
Waterford 5 Cambridge 1: Waterford built a 3-0 advantage by halftime and rolled to the road win in Cambridge on Thursday.
Sophia Belonga led the Fordian attack with three goals, while Addyson Galuski and Cassidy McClement added single strikes.
Maize Steele finished a Sam Crandall cross after the break for the Cambridge score.
Maddy Atwood saved 10 shots in goal for the Fordians who post their 10th win in as many outings this year.
Cambridge keeper Mia Alpy turned back 14 shots in the match.
Greenwich 3 Stillwater 2: The Witches trailed 2-1 at the break but used a pair of second half scoring strikes to earn the home victory over the Warriors.
Greenwich took a 1-0 lead early when Faith Ingber split the posts, but tallies from Isabella Estill and Elliot Patenaude gave the visitors a 2-1 cushion at the half.
After intermission, Ingber’s second goal knotted things at 2-2 and later in the half the Witches’ Ellery Mays connected for the game-winner.
Greenwich keeper Ryan Skiff denied four shots in the game while Stillwater goal tender Mia Corraro turned back seven.
Mechanicville 2 Hoosick Falls 0: The Raiders used a pair of first half goals and a shutdown defense to notch the road “W” on Thursday.
Nevaeh D’Aloia and Marissa Krosky both found the back of the net with first half scores for Mechanicville and Red Raider keeper Ally Kenyon, four saves, combined with the Mechanicville “D” for the clean sheet.
Panther keeper Olivia Estes saved 15 shots in defeat.
Hoosick Falls 5 Mechanicville 0: Aiden Fleming posted the low round of 40 in leading the Panthers to the sweep of Mechanicville at the Hoosick Falls Country Club on Thursday.
Myles Smith 43, Allison Hathaway 48, Dylan Callahan 49, and Ethan Yonconsih 53 all earned points for the Panthers with match wins.
Scores from Mechanicville included Connor Dion 51, Joey Manzer 53, Jack Salvador 53 and Nate Salvador 54.
With the win Hoosick Falls finishes their regular season with a 13-1 mark, trailing only the undefeated Saints of Spa Catholic.