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Ichabod Crane remains unbeaten, dominates Glens Falls

October 9, 2017 04:45 pm Updated: October 9, 2017 04:47 pm

CASTLETON — Ichabod Crane came out and made a statement in the first round of the Maple Hill Tournament on Saturday with a 10-0 shutout over Glens Falls in nonleague boys soccer action.

Nick Johnston, Gio Gomez and Juan Loyoal each found nylon twice while Anthony Carlucci, Kevin Winglosky, Nick Gallo and Josh Kugler each tallied a goal.

Logan Groat and Johnston had two assists apiece and Winglosky and Gomez had an assist.

Ichabod Crane held a 21-3 shots on frame advantage over Glens Falls and keeper Ethan Ingham recorded one save in net.

Due to the inclement weather, Ichabod Crane (12-0-1, 11-0-1 Colonial) takes on Maple Hill in the championship game of the Maple Hill Tournament at a later date.

Maple Hill 1 Galway 0

CASTLETON — In the first round of the Maple Hill Tournament, the host Wildcats escaped with a 1-0 shutout victory over Galway on Saturday in nonleague boys soccer.

Senior midfielder Bryan Kern proved to be the difference maker in the contest.

In the first half, Kern beat several Galway defenders and had a one-on-one opportunity with the keeper, capitalizing for the game-winner.

Due to inclement weather, Maple Hill (9-2-3, 8-2-3 Patroon) hosts Ichabod Crane in the championship game of the tournament at a later date.

Coxsackie-Athens 4, Johnstown 1

JOHNSTOWN — After being eliminated in the first round of the 2016 Section II, Class B soccer tournament, the Coxsackie-Athens Indians got their revenge on Johnstown on Saturday with a 4-1 victory in the consolation game of the Sharpe tournament.

Jamison Baker led the offensive attack for the Indians with two goals and Nick Christiana added one.

Coxsackie-Athens keeper Anthony Bird recorded three saves in net.

Coxsackie-Athens (6-7-1, 5-7 Patroon) hosts Greenville today at 4:15 p.m.



Taconic Hills 6, Cairo-Durham 0

CRARYVILLE — Taconic Hills blasted Cairo-Durham 6-0 in a Patroon Conference varsity boys soccer match Friday night under the lights at TH.

Kolby Clegg had two goals and an assist in the winning effort. Dylan Foutch, Bryce Atwood, Guillermo Menendez-Veliz and Michael Ochoa each added a goal as Teagan Campion-Pratt, Menendez-Veliz and Atwood picked up an assist.



Doane Stuart 2, Germantown 1

GERMANTOWN — The Doane Stuart Thunderchickens traveled to Germantown on Friday and ruined the Clippers’ senior night festivities with a 2-1 victory in CHVL boys soccer.

The Clippers honored five seniors, including Wyatt Gibbons, Esad Vukelj, Jared Wynkoop, Tristan Newman and Rowan Jones.

The Thunderchickens struck first off a direct kick by Joseph DiPreta giving Doane Stuart a 1-0 lead heading into the half. In the second period, Doane Stuart added one more goal.

Germantown responded with a goal from Vukelj, but it wasn’t enough to forge a comeback.

Despite the loss, Germantown held a 15-13 shots on frame advantage over Doane Stuart. Newman and Caleb Wynkoop combined for six saves in net.

Germantown (2-9, 1-6 CHVL) hosts New Lebanon on Wednesday at 4:15 p.m.


Chatham 4, Ravena 0

CHATHAM — Chatham blanked Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 4-0 over the weekend in a nonleague varsity girls soccer match.

Caroline Paolucci led the way for the Lady Panthers with a goal and an assist while Abby Hoag and Alyssa Rippel each scored a goal. The fourth score of the day came on an own goal from the Indians.



Lansingburgh 2, Maple Hill 1 (2OT)

CASTLETON — In the first round of the Maple Hill Tournament, the host Lady Wildcats fell in double overtime 2-1 to Lansingburgh on Saturday in nonleague girls soccer.

The two teams entered halftime scoreless, however, it was Maple Hill who got on the board first after Tori Whimple was able to capitalize off a penalty kick.

Later in the half, the Lady Knights were able to tie it up at one apiece to send the game into overtime.

After a scoreless first OT period, Lansingburgh scored with 18 ticks remaining in the game to capture a victory and advance to the championship game of the tournament.

Maple Hill (4-8-1, 4-5-1 Patroon) hosts Ichabod Crane in the consolation game today at 4:15 p.m.

Galway 2, Ichabod Crane 1

CASTLETON — In the opening round of the Maple Hill Tournament, the Ichabod Crane Lady Riders fell to Galway 2-1 on Saturday.

The game proved to be a one half affair with Galway getting the better of the Lady Riders. Galway was able to tally two first half goals to Ichabod Crane’s one, which came from Gabbie Cox.

Lady Riders keeper Katie Barnes recorded six saves in net.

Ichabod Crane (3-13) travels to Maple Hill for the consolation game of the Maple Hill Tournament today at 4:15 p.m.



Red Hook 3, Germantown 1

RHINEBECK — Germantown faced Red Hook in the Rhinebeck field hockey tournament on Saturday and came out on the wrong side of a 3-1 decision.

Samantha Marrish scored the only goal of the game for the Lady Clippers.

In total, Germantown got off six shots and three penalty corners. In the net, Abby Knauss had 10 saves.

“Red Hook dominated the momentum early on, but when we did get down to the goal we gave them a run for the money,” Germantown coach Claire Meyer said.

The Lady Clippers fall to 5-8-1 on the season.