Stillwater Dominant in Indian Bowl Victory

stillwater warriorGoing into the biggest regular season game of the year Stillwater head coach Ian Godfrey decided a change was needed at the quarterback position and handed the keys to sophomore James Galarneau.   While probably too young to hold a driver’s license, Galarneau navigated four quarters of football like a seasoned vet, leading the Warriors to an impressive 48-13 victory over Mechanicville in the annual Indian Bowl game before a packed house in Stillwater. Continue reading

Hoosic Valley Runs Over Rensselaer

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In the first three weekends of the high school football season the schedule makers were unkind to the Indians of Hoosic Valley.  Playing  Greenwich, Cambridge and Whitehall to start the campaign, the Valley, while at times showing signs, stumbled to an 0-3 mark.

But facing less than a “Murderer’s Row” over the remaining weeks of the schedule the winds have shifted in Schaghticoke as the Indians posted their second straight dominant victory on Saturday with a 49-7 decision over the Rams from Rensselaer. Continue reading

Girls Soccer; Raiders Turn Back Warriors

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Mechanicville 3  Stillwater 0:  Mackenzie Bowie scored a pair of goals to lead Mechanicville past the Warriors in Stillwater on Friday.

Nevaeh D’Alioa added a scoring strike, Madeline Garone picked up two assists, and Savannah Bowie with eight saves earned the shutout victory for Mechanicville who improve to 9-0-1 on the season with the “W”. Continue reading

Friday Night Football

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Hoosick Falls 33  Fonda 13:  The Panthers scored 20 unanswered after the break to post the victory over Fonda.

Hoosick Falls quarterback Sam Richard rushed for 60 yards, threw for 101 and scored three touchdowns to lead the Falls.  Panther running back Max Kipp gained 101 yards on the ground with a score as the Falls improve to 4-1 on the season with the win. Continue reading

Girls Soccer

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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