Wasaren Girls Soccer, Golf Results


Stillwater 9  Spa Catholic 2:  The scoring prowess of the Stillwater girls soccer team is well known, and it was on full display in Stillwater on Wednesday.

The Warriors scored four times in the opening eight minutes, adding five more before halftime with seven different players ringing the bell.

Brooke Pickett and Teya Staie led the assault with Pickett scoring three goals and Staie connecting for two.  Paige Brinko, Trinity Cutler, Khali Lux and Kelly Moran all added singles strikes for the Stillwater squad.

Lauren Maher provided the Saints offense with a tally in each half for Spa Catholic.


Greenwich 6  Waterford 0:  Greenwich broke out to a 4-0 halftime lead and coasted to the win over the visiting Fordians. Continue reading

Tuesday Roundup


Boys Soccer

Mechanicville 2  Tamarac 1:  In a tight game throughout the Red Raiders Tyler Tesoriero converted on a penalty kick late in the second half for the game-winner.

Mechanicville scored first in the match when Andrew Krasewski found Tesoriero who finished for the 1-0 advantage, a lead the Raiders took to halftime.

After the break, Tamarac’s Dylan Bricetti drove home a penalty kick with 22:00 remaining to tie things, setting up Tesorierio’s difference-maker.

Zach White saved five shots for Mechanicville, while Tamarac’s keeper Tyler Nemjo turned back 17 shots for the Bengals.


Stillwater 9  Spa Catholic 0:  In a 1-0 match at the break, the Warriors scored eight times after intermission in coasting to the easy “W” over the Saints. Continue reading

Monday Results; Warriors Top Red Raiders


Girls Soccer

Stillwater 5  Mechanicville 1:  In a 1-1 game at the break, Stillwater scored four unanswered in the second half to secure the victory over Mechanicville.

The Red Raiders got on the board first when Bryn Murphy connected for the 1-0 Mechanicville lead.

Brooke Pickett’s tally tied things before intermission, after which Stillwater dominated the match.

Pickett added two more scoring strikes, and Teya Staie also found the back of the net twice for the 1-0, 5-0-1 Warriors.

Mechanicville, with the loss slips to 0-1, 1-3 on the season.


Cambridge 1  Greenwich 0:   A second half goal by Cambridge’s Vanesa Evans, proved the difference in the Indians in over Greenwich in Cambridge on Monday.

Evans took a feed from Sydney Benson and chipped the ball over the Greenwich keeper for the game winner and the Indians moved to 1-0, 1-2  in the early season.

Greenwich goes to 0-1, 2-2-1 with the defeat.



Mechanicville 5  Waterford 0:  In match played at Mechanicville Golf Course on Monday, Zach Hartz with a round of 42 led the way in the Red Raiders sweep of Waterford.

Anthony Fiacco, Joey Manzer, Andrew Sgambati, and Jack Salvadore all earned points for the Red Raider squad who improve to 4-5 on the year.


Tamarac 4  Stillwater 1:  Michael Jacques carded the low round of 44, leading the Bengals past the Warriors in a match played at Saratoga Lake Golf Club.

Zach Krill, Colby Phelps and Nate Krill all notched wins for Tamarac, while Aaron Lyons picked up the Stillwater point in flight five.

Tamarac with the win goes to 4-5, while Waterford at 0-9 continues to search for their first win of the year.


Thursday Roundup: Raiders Win Indian Cup


Boys Soccer

Mechanicville 2  Stillwater 1 OT:  In the ninth annual Indian Cup game in Stillwater Thursday night, the two teams needed extra time to decide things, and that decision came when Andrew Kraszewski found the back of the net in the first overtime, giving Mechanicville the victory in the match between neighboring rivals.

The Raiders broke on top when Tyler Tesoriero found Kraszewski for a first half score, with his shot deflecting off a Stillwater defenseman and splitting the posts.

After the break the Warriors’ Grant Baker found the range off a Harry Rubenstein find, to tie the match with 25:00 remaining.

In the first overtime Kraszewski took a feed from Zac Rapaccioulo and finished the game-winner, giving the Raiders the exciting “W”.

With the win Mechanicville moves to 1-0, 2-1, while Stillwater goes to 0-1, 3-1 on the young season. Continue reading

Wednesday Roundup

Girls Soccer

Greenwich 4  Emma Willard 2 (Tuesday):  The Witches trailed twice in the match but scored the final three goals to lead when in mattered, topping Emma Willard in Greenwich on Tuesday.

Trailing 1-0 midway through the first half the Witches Faith Ingber found the range to even the score at 1-1.

After the break Catherine Everett gave the Saints a 2-1 advantage with a scoring strike, but a pair of Cate Abate goals put the Witches in front, and Tess Merrill added the final tally to secure the non league “W”.


Hoosick Falls 2  Galway 0:  The Panthers scored two first half goals on strikes from Ally Hoag and Sophie Estes, and keeper Logan Thayne and the Panther “D” posted the shutout in the non league victory.



Greenwich 3  Spa Catholic 2:  Jake Owens carded a 41 to lead the field in the Witches narrow victory over the Saints in action at Saratoga State Park on Wednesday.

Grant Peck and Patrick McFee notched wins in flights four and five for Greenwich.

The Saints’ Will Fizer and Dylan Mulholland won their matchups, to earn points in flights two and three for Spa Catholic.

With the win Greenwich improves to 5-2 on the year while the Saints with the loss slip to 5-3.



Waterford 3  Stillwater 2:  14-25,  25-15,  28-26,  19-25,  25-14

Waterford:  Haley Russell 23 digs   Chelsea Plummer 19 service points, 6 kills  Kiley Pennick 20 service points, 17 assists  Ayden Richards 25 service points, 22 assists

Stillwater:  Kyleigh Frank 13 service points, 12 kills, 7 blocks   Emily Hauser 12 assists

Records:  Waterford 1-0     Stillwater 0-1



Tuesday Results


On a gorgeous September afternoon, Wasaren golf teams took full advantage as did the Fordian girls soccer squad and here’s how things played out.

Greenwich 5  Cambridge 0:  In action at the Battenkill Country Club, Jake Owens fired a round of 36 to lead the Witches in the sweep of Cambridge on Tuesday.

Tyler Ziehm, Bradley Brophy, Grant Peck and Darren Pemrick all earned individual wins on the day as Greenwich improves to 4-2 on the season with the victory.


Spa Catholic 5  Waterford 0:  Jack Constantino carded the low round of 42 and combined with his Saints teammates in shutout of Waterford.

Will Fizer, Dylan Mulholland, Roman Loftus-Graney and Patrick Penna all picked up points for the Saints in flights two thru five, as Spa Catholic moves to 5-2 on the year with the win.


Hoosick Falls 4  Tamarac 1:  Ryan Bloomer, Mat Smith, Alison Hathaway and Brady Hathaway all posted individual wins for the Panthers in action at the Hoosick Falls Country Club on Tuesday.

Michael Jacques with his win in flight three notched the Tamarac point.

Hoosick Falls stays perfect on the season at 9-0 while Tamarac slips to 3-5 with the loss.


Hoosick Falls 5  Mechanicville 0 (Monday):  Teammates Ryan Bloomer and Mat Smith shared medalist honors with rounds of 38 in the sweep of Mechanicville at the Hoosick Falls CC on Monday.

Panthers, Miles Smith, Alison Hathaway and Brady Hathaway all stepped into the winner’s circle with wins in flights three, four and five.



Waterford 8  Heatly 0:  Cassidy McClement’s hat trick led the Fordians to the easy “W” over Heatly on Tuesday.

Sophia Belonga and Addy Galuski with two goals each and Natalie Rich with a single scoring strike rounded out the Waterford onslaught.

Fordian keeper Sierra Atwood (3 saves), combined with the Waterford “D” for the shutout.




Wasaren Soccer, Golf Results


The Waterford girls soccer team opened the 2019 season in dominant fashion with a 9-0 shutout of Corinth on Thursday.

Sophia Belonga and Cassidy McClement with a pair of goals each led the Fordians attack.

Izzy Vecchio, Mackenzie Koniszewski, Addy Galuski, Ellis Trubridge and Madison Roy all added scoring strikes for Waterford who held a 6-0 advantage at the break.


Mechanicville 5  Waterford 0:  In action at Fairways of Halfmoon on Thursday, Mechanicville’s Anthony Fiacco found the course to his liking, firing the low round of 40 in leading the Red Raiders to the sweep of Waterford. Continue reading

Friday Roundup

While the Wasaren golf season wraps up it’s second week of play, the leagues soccer squads have begun their 2019 campaign with the girls and boys of Stillwater opening in impressive fashion.

Stillwater 2  Queensbury 1 OT:  A remarkable sidebar from the 2018 championship season for the Stillwater girls was the fact that never once trailed.  Yesterday in the championship match of the Meehan Invitational in Stillwater, a Brigid Duffy goal for the Spartans in the 56th minute put the Warriors on the wrong side of a 1-0 game.

Stillwater responded in kind, drawing even in the 65th minute on a PK by Teya Staie, and notching the win on a Paige Brinsko header in the second overtime, to turn back the Class A Spartans and win their season-opening tournament.

The Warriors move to 2-0 on the year and push their unbeaten streak to 25 games, a streak that will be tested the next time out when Stillwater will face AA opponent Colonie.


Stillwater 3  Doane Stuart 0:  A pair of goals from Grant Baker and a single strike by Issac Curtis led the Warriors to the “W” in the championship game of the Meehan Invitational on Thursday.

Tim Buchal with four saves combined with the Stillwater defense to earn the shutout as the Warriors improve to 2-0 on the young season.


Greenwich 8  Glen Falls 1: The Witches jumped out to a 5-1 lead at the break and cruised to the season-opening victory at Greenwich on Thursday.

The Witches Tess Merrill and Faith Ingber both tallied hat tricks with Cate Abate and Kiara Vasquez finding the range as well to lead the impressive Greenwich attack.


Hoosic Valley 5  Mechanicville 0:  Oliver Eckler fired the low round of 44 to lead the Indians to the sweep of Mechanicville in action at the Mechanicville Golf Club on Thursday.

The Valley’s Nolan Rafferty, Mitchel Jones, Brandon Watkins, and Brett Pruso all posted wins in their one on one matchups.


Hoosick Falls 5  Waterford 0:  In a match played at the Hoosick Falls Country Club, Ryan Bloomer torched the course, carding a 31 and showing the way in the Panthers shutout victory over the Fordians.

Mat Smith, Miles Smith, Alison Hathaway and Brady Hathaway all joined Bloomer in the winner’s circle for the Falls who improve to 5-0 with the “W”.


Cambridge 3  Stillwater 1:  Ben Epler, James Toleman and Lydia Fronhofer all notched wins for the Indians with Epler’s 43 claiming medalist honors, in action at the Saratoga Lake Golf Club on Thursday.

Logan Pickett won the Stillwater point with a victory in flight three.

Wasaren Golf Results


Tamarac 5  Waterford 0:  Will Ashley’s low round of 42 led the Bengals to the sweep in action at Fairways of Waterford on Wednesday.

Zack Krill, Michael Jacques, Colby Phillips and Nate Krill all posted individual wins for Tamarac who moves to 3-2 on the year with the win.


Saratoga Catholic 3 1/2  Cambridge 1 1/2:  The Indians Ben Epler fired a two-under par 36 to lead the field, but Spa Catholic won flights 3-5 and split in flight two to notch the match “W”.

Dillion Mulholland, Ronan Loftus-Graney and Ryan McCarroll all won matches for the Saints while Cambridge’s James Toleman and Spa’s Will Fizer split the point in the second flight.

Hoosick Falls 4 1/2  Hoosic Valley 1/2:  The Falls posted wins in the first four flights led by Mat Smith’s round of 37, as the Panthers earned the victory over the Valley at the Battenkill Country Club on Wednesday.

Ryan Bloomer, Miles Smith and Allison Hathaway all joined Mat Smith in the winner’s circle for the Falls with Brady Hathaway and the Valley’s Brett Pruso playing to a tie in the fifth flight.

Hoosick Falls improves to 4-0 with the win while Hoosic Valley absorbs their first loss of the season and moving to 4-1.

Wasaren Golf


Hoosic Valley 4  Cambridge 1:  Cambridge’s Ben Epler fired a 41 for the low round of the match, but that was the only point the Indians from the north would get as the Valley swept flights 2-5 to earn the match win.

Oliver Eckler, Mitchel Jones, Brandon Watkins and Nick Marpe all notched points for Hoosic Valley who with the win improve to 2-0 on the young season.


Waterford 4  Stillwater 1:  In a match played at Fairways of Halfmoon, Dominick Pontore carded a 53 to capture medalist honors and lead the Fordians to the win.

Aaron Lyons and Christian Weatherby also added points helping Waterford gain the “W” in their season-opener.


Hoosick Falls 5  Cambridge 0:  Ryan Bloomers round of 36 led the way for the Panthers as they swept the Indians in action at the Hoosick Falls Country Club.

Matt Smith, Miles Smith, Alison Hathaway and Brady Hathaway all found their way to the winners circle with individual wins as the Falls moves to 2-0 on the year.


Spa Catholic 3 1/2  Tamarac 2 1/2:  Despite the Bengals winning flights one and two including Will Ashley’s low score of 39, Saratoga Catholic prevailed in a close match played at Frear Park in Troy.

Dylan Murphy and Ryan McCarroll posted wins for the Saints and in flight three the Bengals Nate Krill and the Saints Ronan Graney split the point as Spa Catholic improves to 2-1 with the “W”, while Tamarac with the loss goes to 1-2 on the year.