Boys Soccer; Raiders Cruise Past Panthers


Mechanicville 7  Hoosick Falls 0:  The Red Raiders score early and often, ringing the bell five times before the break in posting the shutout victory over the Falls.

Jeff Luce, Chris Ciccarelli and Michael Cavotta all found the range twice and Kevin Charette added a single strike for the 12-0-1 Mechanicville squad.   Continue reading

Girls Soccer


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

Boys Soccer; Raiders Stay Hot


Mechanicville 5  Waterford 0:  Jeff Luce scored four times, twice in each half to lead the Red Raiders to the easy “W” over the Fordians of Waterford.

Luce’s two first half strikes along with a Chris Ciccarelli goal gave Mechanicville the 3-0 halftime cushion and they cruised from there securing their seventh win in eight outings. Continue reading

Boys Soccer; Mechanicville Tops Spa Catholic


Mechanicville 2  Saratoga Catholic 0:  The Red Raiders used goals from Chris Ciccarelli and Marcus Tobin to slip past the Saints.

Ciccarelli scored in the first half off a nice find from Kevin Charette and after the break Tobin took a Zach Rappacioulo feed and found the back of the net for Mechanicville who improve to 6-0, 6-1 with the “W”.  Continue reading

Saints, Witches, Panthers Post “W’s”


The top three golf teams in the Wasaren notched wins on Wednesday and did so in impressive fashion with each squad posting shutout victories.

Greenwich 5  Mechanicville 0:  Mason Williamson showed the way in the Witches “W” firing a 39 in action at the Battenkill Country Club on Wednesday.  Continue reading

Boys Soccer; Witches, Raiders Post Shutout Victories


Greenwich 4  Hoosick Falls 0:  The Witches ran out to a 3-0 halftime advantage and coasted to the shutout over the Falls.

AJ Rymph, John Swertner and Liam Kelleher all found the range with first half strikes for Greenwich while Henry Hansen rounded out the scoring with a second half goal as the Witches improved to 3-0 this season with the win. Continue reading