Friday Night Football, Soccer and Golf


Cambridge-Salem 57  Hoosick Falls 31:  The matchup between a pair of unbeaten Class C teams saw Cambridge in control throughout as the Indians jumped out to a 24-6 lead early in the second period, extended their advantage to 28-18 at the half and cruised home with their third win of the season.

Tyler Linendoll rushed for 213 yards and five touchdowns and Tommy English added 157 yards with three scores to pace the Cambridge-Salem attack.   Continue reading

Boys Soccer


A full slate of soccer action for the Wasaren boys highlighted by a battle of unbeaten squads with Mechanicville and Tamarac squaring off.

Mechanicville 3  Tamarac 2:  Mechanicville’s Jake Cavert buried the game-winner from 25 yards out with 8:00 left in regulation leading the Red Raiders to the win.

Tamarac found the net first in the match on a Max Ali break away goal, but minutes later Jeff Luce tied things for the Raiders off a Kevin Charette cross.

Mechanicville took the lead on a Tamarac own goal, but Alex Bassey knotted things at 2-2 with a strike before the break leading to the difference-maker by Cavert late in the second half.


Berlin 1  Cambridge 0:  In a defensive battle played in Berlin a first half goal by Cody Hunt was all the Mountaineers needed as they turned back the Indians of Cambridge.

Berlin keeper Malek Plouffe saved 17 shots for the shutout and Parker Robertson saved 14 for Cambridge.


Waterford 3  Hoosic Valley 0:  Jason Cordts, Tyler Galarneau and Hunter Guertin all found the back of the net in the Fordians shutout of Hoosic Valley.

Guertin added a pair of assists and keeper Bobby Valigorsky turned away four shots to earn the shutout for Waterford.


Greenwich 9  Hoosick Falls 0:  Greenwich scored seven times after intermission in cruising to the win over the Panthers.

Charlie Gartner scored three goals with Liam Kelleher and Christian O’Brien adding a pair of scores each to lead the Witches.

Sam Whiting made three saves for Greenwich in the shutout.


Stillwater 2  Saratoga Catholic 0: After a scoreless first half the Warriors tallied on a pair of headers after the break to secure the victory over the Saints.

Scott Travis finished off a Jake Zdonick cross to get Stillwater on the board and minutes later Cooper Monast scored off a feed from Grant Baker.

Tim Buchal and the Stillwater defense earned the shutout with Buchal saving two shots in the match.



Hoosick Falls 4 1/2  Mechanicville 1/2:  Ryan Bloomer fired a 43 to earn medalist honors and lead the Panthers to the win over Mechanicville.

Miles Smith, Brady Hathaway and Alison Hathaway all posted individual wins for the Falls, while in flight two Mechanicville’s Jake Popiel and Hoosick Falls’s Matt Smith shared the point.

Results From a Wasaren Wednesday


Girls soccer and golf highlighted a Wednesday afternoon in the league.


Greenwich 2  Hoosick Falls 1 OT:  Faith Ingber took a Cate Abate feed and found the back of the net in overtime to give Greenwich the victory over the Panthers.

Ingber had assisted Abate for the Witches first goal in the match giving the host squad a 1-0 lead at the half, but an Olivia Brownell tally for the Falls after the break tied things at 1-1 setting up the game-winner by Ingber. Continue reading

Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week


Congratulations to Hoosic Valley’s cross country runner Carrie Burnell for being named  this week’s Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.

In a three team meet on Tuesday Carrie won the girls race leading the Valley to wins over Mechanicville and Stillwater.

Burnell covered the 2.8 mile course in 18:29 to pace Hoosic Valley who had six of the first seven runners to cross the finish line.

Congratulations to Carrie, this week’s Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.

Tuesday Roundup


Boys Soccer:

Tamarac 5  Hoosick Falls 4 OT:  The Bengals Max Ali scored four goals, his last coming early in the second overtime session, leading Tamarac the narrow “W” over Hoosick Falls.

Ali beat two defenders and found the back of the net in the second overtime capping a four goal outing, with Miles Ednie also finding the range for Tamarac.

Zach Cahill, Connor Jones, Matt LaPorte, Daniel Louis Charles and all tallied in the match for Hoosick Falls.
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Warrensburg Stops Hoosic Valley


It was a rough first week for all Section II football teams in Class D with every school absorbing a loss.  Two of those teams met in Schaghticoke on Saturday when Warrensburg traveled south to take on Hoosic Valley.  The first half was entertaining as the two squads put points on the board in a back and forth 24 minutes of football.  After the break it was all Warrensburg and at game’s end the Burghers headed north with their first “W” of the season, a 34-14 decision over the Valley. Continue reading

Friday Night Football Results


While the Indian Bowl between Stillwater and Mechanicville took center stage on Friday night, three other league schools were in action as well.  Here’s a quick look at how they fared.

Hoosick Falls 28  Canajoharie 24:  Our Wasaren Player of the Week was at it again as the Panthers Max Kipp ran for 123 yards and two scores leading the Falls to the win.

Panther QB Sam Richard threw for a pair of scores and rushed for 104 yards and Liam McGarvin added 95 yards on 10 carries as Hoosick Falls with the victory moves to 2-0.


Lake George/Hadley Luzerne 27  Greenwich 6:  The War Eagles held Greenwich to just five first downs, 67 yards of total offense and forced three Witches turnovers in posting the convincing “W” over Greenwich.

The Witches tied things early in the third period on a Jesse Kuzmich touchdown from 16 yards out, but LG/HL scored the final 21 points of the contest to run their season mark to 2-0, while Greenwich slips to 0-2.


Fonda 28  Tamarac 14:  No details to report at this time.

Stillwater Posts Indian Bowl Win

stillwater warriorMake it three years in a row that the Stillwater Warriors have walked off the field victorious in their annual Indian Bowl Matchup with neighboring rival Mechanicville.  The walk offs have come on three different fields over the three year  stretch with the game results as different as the venues.

Two years ago Stillwater won close in Mechanicville, last year it was a blowout in Stillwater, and last night somewhere in between at Tamarac high school. Continue reading