Roundup: Late scores down Panthers football in opener

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HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls football team had a lead going into the fourth against Corinth-Fort Edward, but couldn't hold on, losing 20-12 Friday night.

Corinth-Fort Edward scored the first points of the day, blocking a Hoosick punt and recovering the ball in the endzone.

The Panthers answered back with a 54-yard touchdown scamper by Hoosick Falls quarterback Max Kipp to tie the game 6-6.

The Panthers took the lead on a Liam McGarvin touchdown rush to make it 12-6, before the lead shrunk to four on a safety.

Corinth-Fort Edward scored two touchdowns in the fourth to take the win.

Max Kipp had 66 rushing yards and 39 passing yards for the Panthers in the loss.

Hoosick Falls drops to 0-1 on the year.

Indians win opener

GREENWICH, N.Y. — The Cambridge-Salem football team kicked off its 2019 season with a 26-14 win against rival Greenwich Friday night.

Kaedin Ogilvie led the way for the Indians rushing for 131 yards and two touchdowns.

Greenwich scored all of its points in the first quarter, taking a 14-12 lead.

Cambridge scored a touchdown apiece in the second and third quarters and that held for the win. As a team, the Indians ran for more than 350 yards on the ground.

The Indians move to 1-0 on the season and face Lake George/Hadley-Luzerne at home on Saturday.

Cambridge sweeps Fort Edward

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — The Cambridge volleyball team came out with a strong effort against Fort Edward, winning 3-0.

The Indians won by set scores of 25-16, 25-13 and 25-21.

Eden Bailey had eight service points and seven kills for Cambridge, while Adrianna Roarke had 10 service points, four aces and six assists.

Katie Simon and Maria Teal both had strong days as well.

L&G beats Eagles

TOWNSEND — Audrey Robinson scored her first career goal for the Arlington girls soccer team, but that would be the lone highlight in a 7-1 loss for the Eagles against Leland and Gray.

The Rebels scored 20 minutes in off a corner and then added another off a corner five minutes later.

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Leland and Gray added another goal in the 50th minute on a penalty kick and then added two more in the next five minutes.

The Rebels added two late goals.

Ellie Longo had a hat trick for Leland Gray.

Arlington falls to 0-2 on the season and plays Twin Valley on Monday at home.

Windsor tops Mountain Lions

MANCHESTER — The Long Trail girls soccer team is young, so there is bound to be some growing pains for the Mountain Lions.

LTS played well against Windsor for a while, but couldn't keep up, losing 5-0 at Applejack Stadium Friday afternoon.

The Yellowjackets dominated much of possession and scored two goals before the half and added the last three after the break.

Mountain Lions keeper Kailyn Ploski-Skinner played great and made a bunch of saves to keep Long Trail in Friday's game.

LTS falls to 0-2 on the season and plays Bellows Falls Monday on the road.

Panthers top Spa Catholic

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls golf team returned to action on Thursday, traveling to Saratoga Spa Golf Course (par 36) for a match against Spa Catholic.

The Panthers won by a score of 4.5-0.5 improving their season record to 6-0.

Hoosick Falls senior Ryan Bloomer was the low score of the match with an even-par round of 36.

Will Fizer (48) and Jack Costantino (49) led Saratoga Catholic.

Other notable scores for Hoosick Falls included: Mat Smith (38), Aiden Fleming (45), Allison Hathaway (48) and Miles Smith (49).

Hoosick boys fall

HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls boys soccer team dropped a 5-1 decision Thursday afternoon to Hadley-Luzerne.

Hadley got their goals from Danny McMahon (3), Connor Hayes, and Brock Quillan.

The Hoosick Falls goal came from Zach Cahill, who got an assist by Evan Webster.

Zack Caldwell had eight saves for H-L and Easton Cahill had 10 saves for the Panthers.


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