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Hoosick Bowlers Win

Bowling 3, Fort Edward 1

The Hoosick Falls bowling team won a big match against Northern Division rival Fort Edward on Wednesday by the score of 3-1.
Hoosick Falls had total match pins of 3,444 to Fort Edward who had match pins of 3,281. Hoosick Falls has a point record of 23-1 and overall match record of 7-0 while Fort Edward has a point record of 21-3 and a match record of 5-1.
Top bowler for Fort Edward was Brad DeLisle with a 243-660.
Top bowlers for Hoosick Falls were: Josh McCart 236-686, Ken Marbot 249-642, A.J. Hurlburt 226-629, Jon Bossoni 213-524, Kyla Day 195-510, and Eric Bloomer 194-500.
“This was a big win for our team beating Fort Edward on their lanes and giving us a good win against a quality team. After losing the first game by “13″ pins, the team came back and won the second game by “129″ pins and the third game by “47″ pins giving us an advantage of “163″ pins for total match point. I was very proud how they didn’t get down after losing the first game by only “13″ pins. They showed a lot of character by coming back and winning the match 3-1 against a qood team like Fort Edward.” Coach Lang

Panthers claw Bengals

Boys Basketball 80, Tamarac 43

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TROY, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls Central School boys basketball team finally got its season started on Monday, and the Panthers wasted no time picking up where they left off last year with a 80-43 win on the road.

Up only five at halftime, 29-24, the Panthers exploded for 30 points in the third quarter to blow the game open for good.

Connor McCart led the way with 24 points for the Panthers, while Austin Pitt (14) and Andrew Hoag (12) also reached double digits.

Jack Johnson led the Bengals with 15 in the loss.

Hoosick Falls is now 1-0 overall and 1-0 in the Wasaren League with the win.

Hoosick girls hold off Mechanicville

Girls Basketball 60, Mechanicville 39

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MECHANICVILLE, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls Central School girls basketball team topped Mechanicville, 60-39, on the road on Monday night.

Megan Flynn led the way with 18 points and 14 rebounds in the win, while Chelsea Stevens scored 11 points, including three 3-pointers, and Kelly Pine had 10 pints and nine boards. Rachel Pine also dished out seven assists in the win.

Hoosick Falls is now 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the Wasaren League with the win.

Panthers topple Bengals

Girls Basketball 47, Tamarac 33

Bennington Banner:HOOSICK, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls Central School girls basketball team picked up a win over Tamarac on Friday night, winning 47-33.

Rachel Pine had 12 for Hoosick Falls in the win while Chelsea Stevens had 11. Kelly Pine finished with nine points and seven rebounds, while Megan Flynn had eight points and a game-high 16 rebounds.

Tamarac was led by Brianne Galipeau with eight points, and Rachel Doody and Cassidy Medved each had six in the loss.

Hoosick Falls put the clamps down defensively in the first half, going into the break with a 25-8 lead. After one quarter, Hoosick led 16-4.

The Panthers are now 2-0 overall on the year and 1-0 in the Wasaren League. The win over Tamarac was the first since the 2010-2011 season for Hoosick Falls.

Hoosick bowlers win

Bowling 4, Stillwater 0

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HOOSICK, N.Y >> The Hoosick Falls Central School bowling team swept Stillwater, 4-0, today.

The Panthers had a total pin count of 3,670 while Stillwater had 2,461. Hoosick Falls is now 12-0 for its point record and 4-0 overall. Josh McCart led Hoosick with a one-game high of 255 and a three-game total of 724. John Bossoni bowled a 235-671, Eric Bloomer a 225-609, Kyla Day a 255-596, Jennifer Sargood a 213-548 and Will Charbonneau a 202-522. Stillwater was led by Dillon Ray with a 184-483.

“The team bowled some great scores today even though we were missing two Varsity bowlers due to sickness,” Hoosick coach Bob Lang said. “I told the team that this is why we practice from week to week because you never know when you might be called up to varsity to help the team win a match.”

Panthers open season with victory

Girls Basketball 58, Albany Leadership Charter 43

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Hoosick Falls boys basketball ready to defend Wasaren League crown

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Hoosick Falls back in Class C title game after blanking Millbrook

Football 29, Millbrook 0

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Hoosick Falls reaches semifinal for fifth time in six years

Football 24, Saranac Lake 6

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Empire 8 College FH All-Tournament Team Announced; Vitro Named MVP

Amanda Vitro (Class of 2011)
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Amanda Vitro was also chosen as Utica’s Representative on the Sportswoman of the Year team after starting all 18 games for the Pioneers. One member of each team is selected for competing with honor and integrity as well as displaying the characteristics that make a good sportswoman. She has been the anchor on the back end, playing all but 6 minutes on the season. She has helped lead the Pioneer defense that has allowed just 1.39 goals per game.

Hoosick Falls heading to sixth straight Super Bowl

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Hoosick Falls field hockey wins 20th sectional crown with 2-0 win over Warrensburg

Field Hockey 2, Warrensburg 0

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Survive and advance: Panthers move on to Class C final after 1-0 win

Field Hockey 1, Greenwich 0 – OT

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Late score sends Panthers to Class B semifinals

Girls Soccer 2, Schuylerville 1

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Panthers moving on: Chani’s hat trick leads Hoosick Falls

Boys Soccer 5, Corinth 0

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