Hoosick Falls 5,
HOOSICK FALLS -- Sam Skott led her field hockey home team with two goals to secure a shutout win over Warrensburg Monday. Hoosick Falls tallied 15 shots on goal to the Burghers' two.
Warrensburg goalkeeper Kayce Duell had a busy day, recording 10 saves in the effort.
With the loss, Warrensburg dropped to a 1-5 season record.
Granville 6, Lake George 1,
GRANVILLE - Granville field hockey players Nicole Hunt, Darian Chapman and Nicole LaPlante scored two goals apiece as their team defeated lake George in a non-league field hockey matchup Monday.
Jenna Bechard scored for Lake George. Granville outshot the Warriors 13-3 in the game. With the loss, Lake George fell to 0-4 overall for the season.
North Warren 0
SCHUYLERVILLE - North Warren dropped to a 0-4 season record in field hockey Friday as Schuylerville shut them out in a 2-0 game. Heather Quirk scored both of her team's goals.
WARRENSBURG - The Burgher field hockey team scored first, but Corinth rebounded in the second half to claim a 2-1 victory Friday.
Molly Kate Webster took honors for the Burgher score, and goalkeeper Kayce Duell was credited with eight saves.
Lake George 1
LAKE GEORGE - Johnsburg's offensive explosion of four goals in the first half was too much for Lake George to endure, as the Warriors lost to their northern rivals 5-1 on Friday.
The two teams were about even on their shots on goal, but the Jaguar's Casandra Prouty tallied nine saves to give her team the win. The Jaguars, however, dominated in penalty corners by a tally of 13-7.
Hailey West scored twice for Johnsburg, with Moriah Amadeo, Johanna Harvey and Ashley Loomis adding one each. Hilary Clark produced Lake George's goal.
Lake George 0
WARRENSBURG - Molly Kate Webster scored three goals and Braydin Smith had two to lead Warrensburg in a 9-0 victory over Lake George Sept. 15. The game opened the Adirondack League 2010 season for both teams.
The Burghers had a 6-0 lead at the half, and goalies Rebecca Persons and Kacey Duell combined for five saves in the convincing shutout.
North Warren 1
CORINTH - The Corinth field hockey team edged out North Warren in overtime for a 2-1 victory Sept. 15.
North Warren's Kiera Warner and Amanda Millington joined forces for their team's second-half goal, as Warner shot a goal off Millington's pass.