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.
Mechanicville 12 Waterford 0: The Mechanicville defense and keeper Dylan Raucci pitched their sixth shutout of season, and the explosive Raider attack rang the bell a dozen times in the one-sided decision over the Fordians.
Ryan Grimmick and Andrew Kraszewski both connected for hat tricks, with Wyqie Aguda adding a pair of goals, and Colin McNutt, Justin Manion, Luke Miklas and Tom Egan all recording single tallies for the Raiders.
Waterford keeper Alex Roy saved 18 shots in the match, while Raucci turned back four shots in the Raiders shutout.
Hoosic Valley 3 Cambridge 0: After a scoreless first half the Valley used goals from Andrew Wood, Isaiah Eckler and Shane Medick along with a lockdown defensive effort to post the road win over Cambridge.
Tamarac 3 Greenwich 0: Rocco DiCarlo and Nevin Wilkie connected on first half scoring strikes and Jaiden Maloney added another after the break, leading the Bengals to the home “W” over Greenwich.
Tamarac keeper Andrew Minbiole with seven saves combined with the Bengal defense for the shutout.
Greenwich goaltender Owen Keech denied 10 shots in the loss.
Stillwater 1 Saratoga Catholic 1: After regulation and two overtime sessions the Saints and Warriors played to a tie in Stillwater on a Wednesday.
Spa Catholic’s Aiden Law scored off a direct kick with 6:00 left in the first half, giving the Saints the 1-0 halftime advantage .
Late in the second half, Stillwater evened things, when Harry Rubenstein cleaned up a loose ball, and from there both defensive units took control.
Berlin/New Lebanon 4 Hoosick Falls 1: No other info at this time
Waterford 6 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: Waterford rode into Tuesday night’s game against Berlin/New Lebanon with a perfect 8-0 mark and the Fordians had little trouble extending their run, scoring four times before the break, on their way to the home “W” over the Mountaineers.
Addyson Galuski scored a hat trick to lead Waterford while teammates Sophia Belonga, Natalie Rich and Carly Cordts all adding single tallies.
Izzy Vecchio handed out a a pair of assists, with Imani Bloomfield and Rich also finding teammates for scores.
Maddy Atwood saved four shots and combined with the Waterford defense for the shutout, their fifth of the season.
Emma Willard 2 Stillwater 1: Stillwater held a 1-0 lead at halftime, but Emma Willard used a pair of second half strikes to earn the come-from-behind victory in Stillwater on Tuesday.
Elliot Patenaude connected at the 6:45 mark giving the Warriors the one goal advantage, but Guialem Bonsa and Grace Pierson both found the range for Emma Willard after the break, and the EM defense closed things out for the road “W”.
Stillwater keeper Mia Corraro saved five shots , while Emma Willard keeper Margarette Howland turned back four shots in the match.
Tamarac 5 Cambridge 2: Abby Buckley connected for a hat trick in leading the Bengals to the road win over Cambridge.
The first half saw three lead changes, Tamarac breaking on top when Buckley connected in the 6th minute.
Cambridge quickly answered when Maize Steele rang the bell in the 7th minute and the home squad took the lead when Steele, off a Maya Danaher find, split the posts for the 2-1 advantage at the 13:00 mark.
Buckley tied the match in the 29th minute with her second goal off a look from Raegan Sorel and minutes later Tamarac’s Taylor Smith gave the Bengals the lead finishing off a Buckley find.
After intermission Buckley connected for her third goal of the match, and Shannon Ryan capped the scoring with a strike in the 59th minute.
Bengal keeper Ragan Retell saved 10 shots in the match, while Cambridge goal tender Rochelle Daniels denied 22 shots on the day.
Mechanicville 6 Hoosic Valley 0: Maddie Hopeck with a hat trick, Courtney Toher with two goals and Nevaeh D’Aloia with a single tally was more than enough offense to earn the shutout victory over the Indians .
Raider keeper Olivia Horan, three saves, combined with the Mechanicville defense for the clean sheet.
Valley keeper Riley Caiazza saved 15 shots in defeat.
Mechanicville 15 Spa Catholic 2: It was Senior Night in Mechanicville on Monday with special recognition and all the trimmings given to the players of the 2022 class. But on the turf it was business as usual, with the Red Raiders posting yet another dominant “W”, rolling to a 15-2 decision over the Saints.
Senior Seth Johnson triggered the scoring parade driving home a penalty kick just two minutes in, and by night’s end nine Raiders had rung the bell.
Wyquie Aguda and Colin McNutt both struck for hat tricks, Andrew Kraszewski and Luke Micklas added two goals a piece , while Jake Eiseman, Ryan Grimmick, Gordan Jenney, Tom Hickey and Seth Johnson all connected one time for Mechanicville.
Aiden Law, with goals in each half, accounted for the Saints offense in the match.
With the win Mechanicville moves to 9-0 on the season, and will host Waterford on Wednesday night.
Waterford 3 Greenwich 0: After a scoreless first half of play, the Fordians connected three times after the break to notch the road victory over the Witches.
The Fordians got on the board in the 54th minute when Jarron Maquire found Josh Catanzarita, who finished for the 1-0 lead.
Minutes later Waterford’s Tristan Carutasu made a great hustle play and fed Catanzarita for his second tally of the match.
The Fordians wrapped up the scoring in the 71st minute off a find and finish, Catanzarita to Benji Mills, and Waterford closed out their 6th win in 8 outings this season.
Fordian keeper Alex Roy saved eight, and combined with the Waterford “D” for the clean sheet.
The Witches Owen Keech, who had a great day in the net, denied eight shots in the match.
Hoosic Valley 7 Hoosick Falls 2: The Valley wasted little time in taking control, scoring twice in the first three minutes on their way to the home “W” over the Falls.
In the opening minute Logan Reilly finished a corner kick from Tyler Eddy and the Indians jumped out to the 1-0 advantage.
In the third minute an Eddy cross found Tom Rice, who’s header beat the Panther keeper for the 2-0 cushion.
Hoosic Valley built a 4-1 lead by halftime and after the break closed things out for the comfortable win.
Six Valley players split the posts for goals with Eddy scoring a pair, and Reilly, Rice, Tyler Cavert, Jack Wiley and Isiah Eckler all adding scoring strikes for the Indians .
Michael Cornell and Connor Jones tallied for Hoosick Falls in the match.
Greenwich 49 Cambridge-Salem 0: Greenwich quarterback Jesse Kuzmich threw for three touchdowns, ran for another, and returned an interception for one more, in leading the Witches past Cambridge-Salem on Saturday afternoon in Cambridge.
Greenwich led 14-0 after the first frame on a Matt Colin 4-yard scoring run and a 56-yard touchdown scamper by Kuzmich.
In the second period Greenwich used it’s air attack for a pair of scores, with Kuzmich finding Tyler Day with a 76-yard scoring strike, and Aiden McPhail on a 12-yard connection for six, as the Witches took a 28-0 lead at the break.
In the third quarter Kuzmich hooked up with Deontae Bennett for an 11-yard TD pass, and the Witches capped their scoring in the final period with a Colin Hughes 11-yard touchdown run, and a 67-yard interception return by Kuzmich.
Greenwich kicker Declan Kelleher was a perfect 7 of 7 on PAT’s in the game.
Greenwich finished the day with 423 total yards led by Conlin and Kuzmich who combined for 220 rushing yards, with Kuzmich adding 149 yards more through the air.
Cambridge/Salem totaled 177 yards of total offense on the afternoon.
Waterford 6 Spa Catholic 1: The Fordians used a four-goal, second half to pull away from Spa Catholic and post the “W” on Homecoming Weekend in Waterford.
The hosts built a 2-0 halftime advantage on the strength of two Josh Cantanzarita tallies, the second coming off a corner kick.
After the break, the Saints got on the board when Aiden Law cleaned up a loose ball trimming the lead to 2-1.
The Fordians took control over the next two minutes with a scoring strike from Matt Soden and then a Schyler Tostes tally, off a beautiful cross from Soden, for the 4-1 cushion.
Later in the half Benji Mills found the range from 25 yards out and finally it was Mason Soto finding the back of the net to cap the scoring for Waterford.
Waterford keeper Alex Roy saved five shots in the match, while Nick Condry denied 11 shots for Spa Catholic.
Tamarac 4 Berlin/New Lebanon 0: Tamarac connected with four, first half goals and cruised from there to the road win over the Mountaineers on Saturday.
Abby Buckley led the Bengal attack with a pair of tallies, and Kathryn Gross and Abbie Yetto added single scoring strikes.
Tamarac keeper Ragan Ratell saved four shots and combined with the Bengal defense for the shutout.
Berlin/New Lebanon keeper Rebeca Madsen turned back 19 shots in defeat.
Waterford 12 Albany Academy 1: Waterford had eight players connect for scores in the one sided decision over Albany Academy.
Izzy Vecchio, Cassidy McClement, Sophia Belonga and Natalie Rich all tallied twice, while Addyson Galuski, Imani Bloomfield, Bayley Noto and Mia O’Brien all rang the bell once.
Darcy Young with a first half goal accounted for the AA offense.
Maddy Atwood saved three shots for Waterford, who with the win improves to 8-0 on the season, and AA keeper Makenzie Pavelka denied 16 shots in the match.
Hoosick Falls 3 Hoosic Valley 1: The Panthers rode goals from three different players to win over the Valley in Schaghticoke on Friday.
Grace Houghton, Kate Waugh, and Jaid Kaminski all split the posts for the Falls in the win.
Hoosic Valley avoided the shutout with a Megan Rice tally.
Panther keeper Olivia Estes saved four shots in the match, while Valley keeper Riley Caiazza turned back nine attempts.
Tamarac/Hoosick Falls 39 Glens Falls 13: Wildcat quarterback Jake Sparks threw for two touchdowns, ran for a pair and returned an interception for a score in the victory over Glens Falls on Friday night in Hoosick Falls.
Sparks threw for both TD’s in the first period, connecting twice with Josh Colegrove on strikes of 46 and 54 yards, giving Tam/HF a 14-0 advantage at the end of the period.
In the second frame the Wildcat QB scored the first of his two touchdown runs, this one a 14 yard tote, and he followed with a 53 yard interception return for points and HF/Tam took a 26-7 lead into the break.
In the third quarter it was Sparks again, this time scoring on a 3-yard carry, and Dillion Grogan capped the night for Tam/HF with a two-yard touchdown run.
The Wildcats rushed for 173 yards in the game, while Sparks threw for 101 yards and the two scores.
Stillwater 53 Cohoes 8: Warrior quarterback Colby Paffen threw four touchdown passes, and CJ McNeil ran for three scores in the Stillwater win over Cohoes.
Paffen connected with Caleb Dyer with scoring strikes of 12 and 35 yards, added a 10-yard TD connection with Jaxson Mueller and found Trevor Cowen with a 15-yard touchdown pass.
McNeil scored on runs of 3, 14, and 5 yards, and Gavin Baker capped the Warriors scoring with a 7-yard TD run in the final frame.
Stillwater led 13-0 after the first period and 39-0 at the break, cruising to the first win of the season to even their mark at 1-1.