Saturday’s Results

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Cambridge 42  Whitehall 0:  Gabe Scambettera ran for three scores, Kaedin Ogilvie added a rushing touchdown and a punt return for six, and the Cambridge defense threw the shutout in Whitehall Saturday afternoon.

Ogilvie’s touchdowns both came in the first period, the second a 97-yard punt return giving the Indians a 14-0 advantage after one quarter of play.

Cambridge added two more scores in the second period on a Jacob Ruggles TD connection to Soyer Matteson and Scambettera’s first rushing score from 23 yards out.

The 28-0 lead at the break was more than enough as the Cambridge defense dominated play throughout, holding Whitehall to 127 total yards with no passing yardage on the day.

Midway through the third Scambettera scored on a two-yard carry and wrapped the scoring in the game early in the final period with a 1-yard TD tote.

With the win Cambridge/Salem goes to 5-1 and will complete it’s regular season in Granville next Saturday where they’ll meet the 4-1 Golden Horde.

 

Tamarac 28  Canajoharie 24:  Jonah Rescott ran for 257 yards on 31 carries and three touchdowns to lead the Bengals in the win over Canjo.

Rescott scored on runs of 31, 14, and 44 yards the latter giving Tamarac a 28-7 lead early in the third period, and the Bengals survived a Canajoharie comeback to earn the “W”.

The Bengals move to 3-2 on the year with the win and will host Mechanicville next Friday night in their regular season finale.

Wasaren Soccer

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Mechanicville 2  Greenwich 0: Mechanicville used goals by Nick Amodeo and Wyqui Aguda, combined with a stingy Red Raider defense to post the road win over the Witches.

Amodeo found the range with a first half strike from 40 yards out and Aguda tallied in the second half when his corner kick connected off the hands of the Greenwich keeper.

Raider keeper Zach White with four saves combined with the Raider “D” for the shutout as Mechanicville improves to 7-0, 9-4 with the win.

Greenwich with the loss moves to 4-2-1, 9-3-1 on the year.

 

Cambridge 1  Maple Hill 0:  After a scoreless first half, the Indians scored the decisive goal when Lily Phillips finished off a Vanessa Evans feed giving Cambridge the narrow road victory over the Wildcats.

Cambridge keeper McKayla McLenithan and the Indians defense earned the shutout and with the win Cambridge improves to 7-2, 10-4 on the season.

 

Friday Night Football; Stillwater Wins Indian Bowl

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Stillwater 34  Mechanicville 7:  Stillwater quarterback James Galarneau threw for a pair of touchdowns and ran for another, leading the Warriors to the easy victory over Mechanicville in the annual Indian Bowl matchup.

Stillwater scored the only points of the first period on a Mason Seymour touchdown run and the Warriors took the 7-0 lead.

Stillwater gained control in the second quarter on a pair of touchdowns strikes from Galarneau, when the senior QB connected with Ryan Greene from 19 yards out and followed with a 25-yard throw and catch for points to Isaac Cutler.

After the break Galarneau scored on a 44-yard jaunt, extending the Warrior lead to 27-0 after three periods, and in the final period Seymour  capped the Stillwater scoring with his second rushing touchdown of the game from a yard out.

Mechanicville avoided the shutout on a Joe Sanchez 7-yard scoring run, for the final points of the night before the big crowd in Stillwater.

Galarneau and Seymour both topped 100 rushing yards in the game and Brian McNeil with six tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles led a dominating Warrior defense.

With the win Stillwater goes to 6-0 on the year and will wrap it’s regular season next Friday at home against Fonda.

Mechanicville slips to 2-4 with the loss and will finish their regular season at Tamarac on Friday.

 

Greenwich 41  Corinth-Ft. Edward 6:  The Witches racked up more than 400 yards of total offense, nearly 300 coming on the ground in notching the one-sided decision over the Tomahawks in Greenwich Friday night. Continue reading

Girls Soccer; Stillwater, Mechanicville Stay Hot

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Stillwater 2  Hoosic Valley 0: After a scoreless first half, Kate McEvoy and Brooke Pickett connected on scoring strikes to lead the Warriors to their 9th straight victory, running their season mark to 13-0-1.

Stillwater keeper Kiersten Conroy saved three and combined with the Warrior defense for the shutout, Stillwater’s fifth of the year.

 

Mechanicville 5  Waterford 0:  The Red Raiders scored all five goals before the break in cruising past the Fordians.

Brynn Murphy scored a hat trick, Jada Brown added a pair of goals and Nevaeh D’Alioa tallied as well to lead the Raider attack.

Mechanicville keeper Savannah Bowie turned back four shots and with the Raider “D” combined for the shutout victory, their 8th straight as the Raiders move to 9-3 overall on the season.

 

Cambridge 4  Berlin 0:  The Indians held a slim 1-0 advantage at halftime but scored three unanswered after the break in posting the comfortable “W” over the Mountaineers.

Lily Phillips, Vanessa Evans, Sophie Phillips and Lily Gates all connected with second half strikes as the Indians with the win improve to 9-3 on the year.

 

Hoosick Falls 3  Spa Catholic 2:  Phoebe Thompson scored twice, and Caroline Cipperly also found the back of the net, as the Panthers slipped past the Saints.

Lauren Mahar tallied in the first half for Spa Catholic, who trailed 2-1 at the break.

 

Tamarac 4  Greenwich 0:  The Bengals rang the bell with four first half goals and coasted to the home win over the Witches.

Abby Buckley scored a pair, and Bre Eversten and Ashley Kelley added single goals to lead Tamara offensively.

Tamarac keeper Jenna Hint saved eight, and combined with the Tamarac defense for the shutout as the Bengals move to 6-4-1 on the season.

Boys Soccer; Mechanicville Continues Streak

Mechanicville 3 Waterford 0: Quietly over the past three seasons the Mechanicville boys soccer team has strung together an impressive winning streak in Wasaren play that extended to 37 straight with the defeat of the Fordians in Waterford Thursday night.

After a scoreless first half Brandt St. Gelais, Zac Rapaccioulo, and Wyqui Agunda all found the back of the net for the Raiders who move to 6-0 in league play this season, with an 8-4 overall mark.

Zach White, 3 saves, and the Mechanicville defense combined for the shutout of Waterford who go to 9-2-1 overall with the loss.

 

Stillwater 3 Hoosic Valley 0: The Warriors used single tallies by Grant Baker, Harry Rubenstein and Jack Rubenstein to slip past the Indians of Hoosic Valley.

Stillwater held a 1-0 advantage at the break and put the game away with two unanswered in the second half.

Warrior keeper Tim Buchal saved four shots and with the Stillwater “D” notched the shutout.
The Warriors improve to 4-3, 9-3 on the year while the Valley goes to 1-6, 4-9-1.

 

Tamarac 4 Greenwich 2: The Bengals ran out to a 2-0 halftime lead and used that cushion to hold off the Witches for the home victory on Thursday.
Dylan Briccetti with a hat trick and Miles Ednie with a single scoring strike paced Tamarac offensively.                                                                                                                               soccer-ball1
AJ Rymph and Liam Niesz found the range for the two Greenwich scores after the break.
Tamarac, with the win improves to 6-1, 9-1 and Greenwich slips to 4-1-1, 9-2-1 with the loss.

 

Spa Catholic 8 Hoosick Falls 0: The Saints rang the bell four times in each half in coasting to the easy shutout “W” over the Panthers.

Spa’s Dante Marin scored four goals, Ben Urbaetis added a pair and Matthew Apy and Jordan Catone rounded out the Saints attack with single strikes.                                 Saratoga Catholic improves to 3-5-1, 5-6-2 on the year.

Girls Soccer

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Stillwater 5  Greenwich 2:  Stillwater jumped out to a 3-1 halftime lead, on their way to the road victory over the Witches.

Brooke Pickett scored four goals, three coming before the break, and Keelyn Peacock added a second half tally to lead the Warriors.

Faith Ingber scored both goals in the match for Greenwich.

 

Cambridge 5  Tamarac 3:  In a 2-2 game at the break, Cambridge dominated play in the second half to notch the home “W”.

Vanessa Evans with three goals and Lily Phillips with a pair of scores paced the Cambridge attack.

Taylor Smith with two goals and Sophie Champagne with one led the Bengals.

 

Mechanicville 5  Hoosick Falls 0:  The Raiders ran out to a 2-0 lead at the half and cruised to the road win over the Panthers.

Jada Brown scored two goals and Brynn Murphy, Olivia Horan and Madelyn Shakow all added single strikes for Mechanicville who notched their seventh straight “W”.

Savannah Bowie, with eight saves, combined with the Mechanicville defense for the shutout.

Spa Catholic Tops Hoosic Valley

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Dante Marin connected on four scoring strikes to lead Spa Catholic to the come-from-behind victory over the Indians in Schaghticoke on Monday afternoon.

The Valley, behind a pair of Derek Howard tallies took a 2-1 lead into the break, but the Saints scored four unanswered goals in the second half, three by Marin, and Ben Urbaetis found the back of the net as well, to earn the road victory.

Wasaren Football, Soccer Results

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Holy Trinity 49  Cambridge/Salem 28:  Pride quarterback Joe Tortello threw for 335 yards and five touchdowns leading Holy Trinity past Cambridge/Salem in a battle of undefeated squads in Cambridge Saturday afternoon.

Tortello connected on scoring strikes of 80 and 13 yards to Nacier Hundley and tossed three more to Noah Foster of 10, 57 and 90 yards.

The Pride led 21-8 at halftime and scored 14 unanswered to start the third period to take control.

The Indians rushed the football well throughout the contest, racking up 443 yards on the ground with senior running back Calvin Schneider picking up 164 yards with a touchdown, senior Hunter Day 98 yards and two scores, and Kaedin Ogilvie adding 89 yards and a touchdown.

The Class B Pride moves to 5-0 on the year with the win, while Cambridge/Salem goes to 4-1 nd will look ahead to a road game in Whitehall next Saturday. Continue reading

Friday Night Football

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Greenwich 14  Mechanicville 0:  A pair of first quarter touchdowns by the Witches were the only points of the game, but proved to be enough for Greenwich to slip past the visitors from Mechanicville Friday night.

Just three plays into the contest sophomore quarterback Jesse Kuzmich found Luke Pemrick on a 24-yard touchdown connection and the Witches took the 7-0 lead.

On the next Greenwich possession the Witches capped a seven play drive when Kuzmich threw a 26-yard scoring strike to Aiden McPhail for the 14-0 advantage.

From there, both defensive units took control, highlighted by a goal line stand from Greenwich late in the fourth period, stopping the Red Raiders on four straight runs from the Witches 1-yard line. Continue reading

Thursday Soccer Roundup

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Mechanicville 11 Hoosic Valley 1:  TJ Bisallion and Tyler Tesoriero scored three goals each to lead the Raiders to the one-sided decision over the Valley Thursday night in Mechanicville.

Joining the Raider scoring parade were Wyqui Agunda with two goals and Andrew Kraszewski, Jake LaFountain and Brandt St.Gelais with single tallies.

Jake Cavert connected for the Valley’s lone score.

With the win Mechanicville improves to 5-0, 7-4 on the year.

 

Stillwater 5  Cambridge 1:  Five different players found the back of the net for Stillwater in the comfortable win over the Indians.

Isaac Cutler, Harry Rubenstein, Jack Rubenstein, Grant Baker and Brandon DeBacco with scoring strikes led the Warriors attack.

Obi Baker-Porazinski tallied in the first half for Cambridge.

The Warriors move to 3-3, 7-3 with the victory, while Cambridge slips to 2-3-1, 7-3-1 with the defeat.

 

Greenwich 3  Spa Catholic 1:  In a game knotted 1-1 at the half, Charlie Gartner and AJ Rymph both connected for scores after the break leading the Witches to the “W”.

Gartner added a first half strike, as did the Saints Aiden Khoury in the match played at Gavin Park in Saratoga.

Greenwich moves to 4-0-1, 9-1-1 with the “W”, and Spa Catholic falls to 1-4-1, 3-7-1 with the loss.

 

Waterford 5  Hoosick Falls 0:  Nate Powell’s hat trick showed the way for the Fordians in their road victory over the Panthers.

Jason Cordts and Tyler Galarneau added goals for the Fordians and Jake Houle with five saves combined with the Waterford defense for the shutout as the Fordian squad improves their season mark to 8-1-1.