Saturday October 13, 2012

LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP

CLUMS CORNERS, N.Y. -- The Hoosick Falls Central School football team clinched the Class C North Division in dominating fashion on Friday night, routing Tamarac 44-0 and improving to 7-0.

Senior Brad Burns led the offensive charge, carrying the ball 22 times for 200 yards and three scores. Senior quarterback Billy Pine added 91 yards and two rushing touchdowns while also throwing a touchdown pass to Josh Brogue.

The Panthers are guaranteed a home playoff game next Friday night against an opponent to be determined.

Indians remain unbeaten

CANAJOHARIE, N.Y. -- Senior Len Darcy and sophomore Ethan English scored two touchdowns apiece to keep Cambridge unbeaten after a 41-21 win against Canajoharie.

Darcy scored on a five-yard run in the first quarter and a 20-yard run in the third after Lucas Motsiff blocked a punt.

English made it 27-13 after his nine-yard TD, then finished the scoring on a quarterback sneak with 2:27 left. Cambridge improves to 7-0.

Farrara lifts Patriots

TROY, N.Y. -- Makayla Farrara netted her second overtime winner of the week as Mount Anthony Union High School downed Emma Willard School, 1-0, in interstate field hockey on Friday.

Amelia Cummings set up Farrara for the Patriots’ (8-4) winning tally, while MAU defenders also had to come up with several goal-line saves.

Eagles outlast Horde

ARLINGTON -- Konnor Andrews scored with three minutes left in the first overtime to lead the Arlington Memorial High School boys soccer team to a see-saw 5-4 win against West Rutland on Friday.

Andrews scored the final two goals for Arlington (4-6), which never trailed, leading four times and being tied four times.

Fred Pickering scored twice and Alex Trayah once for Arlington.

Williams leads HFCS

JOHNSBURG, N.Y. -- Carsen Williams tallied twice to lead Hoosick Falls past Johnsburg, 4-0, in a non-league field hockey match on Friday. All four Panther goals were scored in the second half.

Allyson Burdick and Liz Ryan also tallied for Hoosick Falls, who improves to 9-3 on the season.

CCS beats Stillwater

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. -- Sarah Cuddihy scored halfway through the second half to give Cambridge (2-12, 2-14) all the scoring it needed in a 1-0 victory over Stillwater. Chantelle Roewer made 11 saves.