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Warnke, Sausville lead Cambridge past Hoosick Falls

Boys Lacrosse 5, Cambridge 12

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Panthers hang on to advance in sectionals

Whitman leads Hoosick Falls to quarterfinals
Baseball 9, #13 Johnstown 8
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Hoosick tops Emma Willard

Girls Lacrosse 11, Emma Willard 9

Bennington Banner: TROY, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls girls lacrosse team edged Emma Willard, 11-9, on Wednesday.

Kara LaFlamme had five goals to lead the Panthers. Jordyn Haynes, Caytlyn Springer and Ally Burdick each had a pair of goals. Zaynah Poore had 12 saves in the cage.

Hoosick Falls finishes the regular season with an overall record of 7-8 and a league record of 5-5. The Panthers will find out their postseason seed today.

Sanders, timely hitting propel Panthers

Baseball 8, Greenwich 1

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Panthers patient at plate in win over Cambridge

Baseball 11, Cambridge 2

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Whitman sets new mark in Hoosick Falls win

Baseball 8, Mechanicville 0

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Hoosick Falls boys lacrosse tops Voorheesville

Boys Lacrosse 9, Voorheesville 5

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Hoosick Falls girls lacrosse falls to Holy Names

Girls Lacrosse 12, Holy Names 13

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Panthers look to regain form

Varsity Softball

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Babson powers MAU to win over Hoosick Falls

Baseball 0, MAU 7

Bennington Banner: LANSINGBURGH, N.Y. >> The Mount Anthony Union High School baseball team opened the season with a 7-0 decision over Hoosick Falls in a game played in Lansingburgh on Tuesday.

Devin Babson picked up the win for MAU, going six innings while striking out seven. Noah Normyle pitched the final inning for the Patriots. For Hoosick Falls, Keelan Hitt took the loss after going five innings, while Wyatt Whitman came on in relief.

For MAU, the team only had four hits on the game, three of which were doubles that drove in runs. Pat Powers, Carson Cushman and Normyle had the RBI hits.

Riley Bacon smacked a double for Hoosick Falls, and Ryan Sanders had two singles.

MAU is back in action on Friday at Mill River, weather permitting, while Hoosick returns to the diamond next Tuesday at Tamarac.

Panthers fall short in championship game

Girls Basketball 45, Susquehanna Valley 51

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Girls Basketball moves on to the finals

Girls Basketball 55, Section 1 –Ā Irvington 36

New York State Finals

Hoosick Falls vs Section 4 – Susquahanna Valley

Saturday, March 21

@ Hudson Valley Community College – 4:00pm

Tickets: $10.00

Panthers advance to Final Four

Girls Basketball 52, Canton 35

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State Semifinals

Hoosick Falls vs Section 1: Irvington

Friday, March 20

@ Hudson Valley Community College – 11:45am

Tickets: $10.00

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Role players step up to sink Hoosick Falls

Boys Basketball 42, Ogdensburg Free Academy 57

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Hoosick Falls boys capture first title since 1984

Boys Basketball 38, Schalmont 36

Congratulations Tournament All-Stars: Mark Hackett & MVP Andrew Hoag

Hoosick Falls vs
Section 10 – Ogdensburg Free Academy

@ Hudson Valley Community College

4:30pm

Saturday, March 14th

Tickets: $8.00

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