COXSACKIE — Chatham traveled to Coxsackie-Athens for a Patroon Conference boys soccer game and stunned C-A with a 2-1 victory.
The Chatham boys put together a great defensive stand against Coxsackie-Athens, who, just last week, put nine into the Panther net.
The reverse fixture would see Chatham come out with energy and almost score off the kickoff. This seemed to energize the Panthers more and later in the half, Tobias Jeralds would slot the ball into the goal off a Nathaniel Loomis assist to open the scoring.
Coxsackie-Athens pushed waves of attack at the Chatham 18 but were unable to break through and the score stood at 1-0 at the half.
Coxsackie-Athens would find the equalizing goal off of a direct kick in the second half and put pressure on Chatham trying to find the go-ahead goal.
Chatham stayed disciplined defensively and found a counter with 15 minutes to play in the game when Timothy Jeralds was able to beat a few defenders and strike a shot past the keeper to give Chatham the huge 2-1 upset win.
Chatham 6, C-A 0
Addi Perry scored four goals and assisted on another to highlight Chatham’s 6-0 victory over Coxsackie Athens in Patroon Conference girls soccer action.
Kamryn Hanson had a goal and two assists for the Panthers. Gabby Fisher scored a goal and Hailey Perry and Moriah Martino each had an assist.
ICC 3, Holy Names 0
Ichabod Crane defeated The Academy of The Holy Names 3-0 by set scores of 25-22, 25-21 and 25-18.
As two of the top teams faced off in Colonial Council Girls Volleyball action, the Riders of Ichabod Crane came out with the win.
“Holy Names has been at the top of our league for a few years now,” Ichabod Crane head coach Adam Vooris said. “It is a big win for us and the girls are feeling very good about it.”
Ichabod Crane controlled the lead most of the time. Holy Names never let the lead get too big.
In the end ICC came out on top to remain undefeated in the league with a 5-0 record. Delaney More put in a well balanced performance with 3 Aces, 6 Kills and 9 Assists.
“Delaney has really been playing well,” Vooris said. “She does a lot of different things to contribute. Lately she has been giving us a strong attack on the Right Side as well as setting up the hitters to be successful.”
Emma Scheitinger led all hitters in the match with 10 Kills and Clare Knapp had 5 Aces, 9 Assists and 7 Digs. Junior, Hannah Frances put in a strong performance with 3 Kills and zero errors.
The Riders next match is Monday as they go on the road to play The Albany Academy for Girls.
Hudson 8, Cairo-Durham 4
Hudson defeated Cairo Durham at Columbia Golf & Country Club, 8-4, on Friday
The win raised Hudson’s record to 3-5.
Dan Zito (Hud) (43) defeated Chris DeCiel (CD) 2-0; Joe Occhibove (Hud) defeated Kyan Bujak Harrington (CD) 2-0.; Gannon Logue (Hud) (43) defeated Jordan Cody (CD) 2-0; Chloe Cunningham (CD) defeated Nick Graziano (Hud) 2-0; Dylan McDonald (Hud) defeated Kevin Feeney (CD) 2-0; Gavin Warner (CD) defeated Matthew Plaia (Hud) 2-0.
Greenville 7, Chatham 5
Chatham lost 7-5 in a close match against Greenville on Friday at Winding Brook.
Sectional scores were shot by Greenville’s Trey Smith (38) and Chatham’s Tate Van Alstyne (40), Zach Casivant (42) and Ryan Burleson (43).