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Panthers blank CCS

Boys Soccer 5, Cambridge 0

Bennington Banner: Led by the brothers Gaines, the Hoosick Falls boys soccer team topped Cambridge 5-0.

Tyler Gaines had two goals and an assist, while Justin Gaines added a goal and an assist in the win.

Cole Webster and Jake Kinney rounded out the scoring. Cambridge got 6 saves from goalie Nathaniel Gates, while Noah Chani had three for Hoosick Falls.

Hoosick stays unbeaten

Field Hockey 5, Greenwich 0

Bennington Banner: Hoosick Falls Central School’s Ally Burdick scored a hat trick as the Panthers top Greenwich, 5-0, in field hockey on Wednesday.

Burdick scored in the opening minutes to give the Panthers the lead, assisted by Erika Quackenbush. Caytlyn Springer made it 2-0 90 seconds later, off an assist by Liz Ryan.

In the second half, Burdick took over, scoring on an assist by Maddy Ryan and then unassisted moments later to make it 4-0. Alexis Carreau capped the scoring, assisted by Kyla Day.

Cassie Sherman had two saves for Hoosick, who is 7-0 overall and 5-0 league.

Greenwich edges HF

Golf 2, Greenwich 3

Bennington Banner: Hoosick Falls hosted Greenwich at the Hoosick Falls Country Club and the Witches came away with a 3-2 victory.

In five tight matches, Andrew Hoag and Jake Nolan were the winners for the Panthers. None of the matches were more than 2 and 1.

Medalist was shared by Andrew Hoag and Greenwich’s Quinn McCormick, both shot a 39. The next match for Hoosick Falls is tomorrow against Granville.

Wright rebounds to lead Panthers to win in Dome

Football 48, Owego Free Academy 21
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Panthers win tournament opener

Field Hockey 6, Columbia 0

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Panthers best Catholic Central

Girls Soccer 4, Catholic Central 3
Bennington Banner: HOOSICK, N.Y. — Brittany Pine picked up her first win as the Hoosick Falls Central School girls soccer coach as her Panthers beat Catholic Central 4-3 on Friday night.

Hoosick raced out to a 3-0 lead after the first half, but had to hold on late to see out the win.

Rachel Pine opened the scoring on a pass from her sister, Kelly, then Casey Mann hit Taylor Mann to make it 2-0. Keelan Seifert scored the third on a pass from Rachael Lewsey to put Hoosick Falls up big at the break.

But at the start of the second half, Lexi Risseleach scored twice for Catholic Central to make it a 3-2 game. Jordyn Haynes put Hoosick Falls back up 4-2 on a pass from Angela Gonzalez, but Risseleach scored her third of the day from the penalty spot to make it 4-3.

In net, Jayde Tutunjian had 14 saves for the Panthers, while her counterpart Dominique Spaus stopped 12 shots.

Hoosick Falls is now 1-1 on the year.

Hoosick blanks Tamarac

Golf 5, Tamarac 0

Bennington Banner: CLUMS CORNERS, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls Central School golf team stayed on the winning track with a 5-0 victory over Tamarac at Frear Park.

Eric Bloomer was the medalist for the Panthers with a 41, his sixth sectional score of the year.

Andrew Hoag, Jake Nolan, Connor Smith and Hayden Smith all won for the Panthers.

Hoosick is 7-1 on the season.

Hoosick golf rebounds

Golf 5, Granville 0

Bennington Banner: POULTNEY, VT. — The Hoosick Falls Central School golf team rebounded from a loss on Tuesday with a 5-0 win over Granville on Wednesday.

Playing at Lake St. Catherine Country Club in Poultney, Eric Bloomer led the Panthers with a 38, taking home the medalist honors.

Andrew Hoag, Jake Nolan, Connor Smith and Hayden Smith all picked up wins for Hoosick Falls.

The Panthers are back in action today against Tamarac.

Panthers topple Salem in 8-0 rout

Field Hockey 8, Salem 0

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Alex Mendez hits game-winner in extras

Baseball 6, Tamarac 5

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Panthers top Maple Hill

Boys Lacrosse 15, Maple Hill 2

Bennington Banner: MAPLE HILL, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls boys lacrosse team earned the second win in program history with a 15-2 rout of Maple Hill on Tuesday.

Mark Hackett, Matt Sprague and Nick Schrom all had hat tricks, while Schrom also had three assists. Other goal scorers were Cole Votra (two), Noah Labarge (two goals, two assists), Jake Bakaitis (one) and Charles Whitman (one). Chris Shielding had eight saves in the victory.

Whitman leads Panthers

Baseball 5, Stillwater 3

Bennington Banner: HOOSICK, N.Y. — The first varsity start for Hoosick Falls sophomore Wyatt Whitman was a successful one as he and the Panthers beat Stillwater, 5-3.

Whitman allowed two earned runs and five hits, while striking out five in a complete-game effort. Up two, Stillwater loaded the bases in the seventh, but Peter Muratorri came up with a great snag on a hot shot to second to end the game.

Tom Peabody and Alex Mendez each had doubles for Hoosick Falls, while Tyler Rondeau added an RBI. The Panthers improve to 2-1 in the Wasaren League and 3-1 overall.

Warriors topple HFCS

Softball 3, Stillwater 7

Bennington Banner: HOOSICK, N.Y. — Stillwater’s Taylor Moore struck out eight and went 2-for-4 at the plate as the Warriors topped Hoosick Falls, 7-3, in Wasaren League softball action on Tuesday.

Moore allowed three runs on seven hits and four walks in the win.

For Hoosick Falls, Erika Quackenbush allowed seven runs (three earned) and struck out three in seven innings. At the plate, Quackenbush was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI. Alyssa Ellis added an RBI hit, and Liz Ryan was 2-for-3 from the leadoff spot.

Panthers drop to Cohoes

Girls Lacrosse 11, Cohoes 16

Bennington Banner: HOOSICK, N.Y. — Jordyn Haynes scored five goals, but it wasn’t enough as Cohoes beat Hoosick Falls, 16-11, in girls lacrosse on Tuesday.

Hannah Fricke and Dana O’Malley added a pair of goals each, while Caytlyn Springer and Paige Graney contributed with a score. Kara LaFlamme had 6 saves in the defeat.

Hoosick Falls is 0-2 in the Capital District Women’s Lacrosse League and 0-6 overall.

Hoosick girls lacrosse loses

Lacrosse 6, Schuylerville 16

Bennington Banner: SCHUYLERVILLE, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls Central School girls lacrosse team fell to Schuylerville 16-6 on Monday.

Jordyn Haynes had three goals for Hoosick Falls in the loss, while Hannah Fricke added two and Dana O’Malley had one.

Jordyn Rousselle led the Horses with 7 goals and 1 assist in the win.