Panthers blank rival Witches, win league crown

Liz Ryan scores both goals as Hoosick Falls remains perfect at 14-0
10/09/2015 10:35 PM EDT
HOOSICK, N.Y. >> On a rainy Friday afternoon, Hoosick Falls field hockey coach Denise Campbell could be heard clear across the field. Her team had a two-goal lead against Greenwich for the second time this season — the first time, the Witches tied the game before losing in the end — and Campbell was not about to let it happen again. 
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Cruel twist hands BBA win over MAU
10/09/2015 09:49 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> The soccer gods giveth, and they taketh away. For 77 minutes and 37 seconds of Friday's boys soccer game between Mount Anthony and Burr and Burton, MAU goalkeeper Hunter Davis could do no wrong. Whether flying off of his line for one-on-one situations or clawing away shots while rooted to his spot, Davis was on fire. Full Story

Panthers roll past Granville
10/09/2015 10:03 PM EDT - GRANVILLE, N.Y. >> Hoosick Falls' Michael Haynes had a hat trick, leading the Panthers to an 8-0 victory over Granville on a wet Friday afternoon. Riley Bacon scored the first two goals of the afternoon, the first on a penalty kick six minutes in, the next in the run of play. Haynes scored the next two to make it 4-0. Full Story

Patriots roll over Slaters, 7-0
10/08/2015 09:44 PM EDT - BENNINGTON >> Sometimes it helps to be in the right place at the right time. Mount Anthony Union High School girls soccer player Brenna Harris proved the adage true on Thursday night, scoring a pair of goals coming into and out of halftime, part of a 7-0 rout over Fair Haven at Spinelli Field. "The nice thing about this team is that the style of play never changes," said MAU (8-3) coach Full Story

Eagles show progress in hard-fought loss to MSJ
10/08/2015 09:44 PM EDT - ARLINGTON >> From start to finish, the Arlington Memorial High School girls soccer team put Mount St. Joseph under duress. The Eagles just couldn't quite finish. Taking on MSJ for the third time this season — the first two being 7-1 and 2-0 losses — Arlington gave the Green Wave all it could handle on Thursday at the Arlington Rec Park, but in the end their best wasn't enough in Full Story

Roundup: Hoosick Falls girls soccer cruises by Granville
10/08/2015 09:36 PM EDT - GRANVILLE, N.Y. >> Things went so well for the Hoosick Falls Central School girls soccer team on Thursday that even starting goalkeeper Jayde Tutunjian was able to score in a 10-0 win over Granville. The Panthers jumped out early and never looked back, racing out to a 7-0 lead by halftime. Nine different girls scored for Hoosick Falls in the win, with Jordyn Haynes bagging a pair to lead Full Story

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