Warrensburg field hockey players (white jerseys, left to right): Sierra Berry, Chloe Tennant, Rebecca Persons and Montana Sheridan battle their North Warren counterparts for supremacy at the net in a game Sept. 14. North Warren won the contest 1-0.
Johnsburg 1, North Warren 0
CHESTERTOWN ― Johnsburg took the win Sept. 21 with a first-half goal from Arynn McAlonen assisted by Ashley Loomis in a game where the Jaguars barely outshot North Warren, 12 to 11. Goalkeeper Shannon Ovitt stopped five attempts on the Jaguar goal.
Salem 1, Warrensburg 0
SALEM — Warrensburg outshot Salem 11 to 1 in non-league play, but Salem's single, overtime strike on goal took the win Sept. 21.
Warrensburg 3, Granville 2
GRANVILLE — Three Burghers contributed to their road win Sept. 26.
Maggie Dana, Kerrigan Roth and Cregan Callahan all knocked in goals. Izzy Szabo and Kayce Duell tallied assists. Rebecca Persons made three saves in Warrensburg goal.
Lake George 1, Bolton 0
BOLTON — The Warriors took the lead in the first half with an unassisted goal by David Bruno Sept. 21 and held it until the last whistle blew. Bolton goalkeeper Mitchell Jordon made eight saves. Lake George goalkeepers Ryan Moll and Greg Rosenthal also stopped eight attempts on goal.
North Warren 8, Warrensburg 0
WARRENSBURG — The Cougars routed the Burghers Sept. 21, outshooting them 15 to 1 with goals from five members of North Warren’s squad.
Scoring was led by Rob Vaisey, with three goals, and Zack Hart, who kicked in two. Rounding out the offensive assault were: Justice Parker, with a goal; Kristian Seely, with a goal; Chase Cortez, with a goal and an assist; Benn Frasier, with two assists; Elijah Hammond-Wood and Ethan Schenke, with an assist each. Warrensburg's Webster stopped seven attempts on goal.
North Warren 3, Johnsburg 2
NORTH WARREN — Two unassisted goals from the Jaguars kept the score tied until the last minute of the non-league game Sept. 22, when the Cougars' Justice Parker made the winning goal.
Johnsburg's Nate Prouty and Nick Porter made unassisted goals.
North Warren's Ethan Schenke scored a goal and tallied two assists. Robert Vaisey added a goal to round out the Cougar scoring. Chet Prouty stopped 20 attempts on the Jaguar goal, while Kristian Seely stopped four for North Warren.
Fort Ann 2, North Warren 0
NORTH WARREN — Though Kristian Seely made 13 saves for the Cougars, Fort Ann outshot North Warren by a three-to-one margin, earning a shutout Sept. 23.
Lake George 2, Hartford 1
HARTFORD — The Warriors were outshot two-to-one by Hartford but converted two for the win Sept. 23.
Mason Vreudge earned a goal and an assist, with David Bruno kicking one in, too.
Lake George's Ryan Moll and Greg Rosenthal earned a combined five saves.
Argyle 10, Warrensburg 0
WARRENSBURG — The Burghers could only muster one unsuccessful attempt on Argyle's net when the Scotties mounted an assault that earned a runaway shutout Sept. 23.
Argyle's squad made 25 attempts on goal, 15 of them stopped by Webster in goal.
Bolton 8, Corinth 0
BOLTON — Five Eagles earned goals in a shutout victory over Corinth Sept. 23 led by Billy Smith's three goals and two assists.
Bolton outshot Corinth by an 11-to-one margin in their assault on their opponents' net.
Kevin Pratt knocked in two goals, and Dustin French, Hunter Brown and Kelly Donohue each earned a goal. Colin Dowd and Josh Seamans each tallied an assist.
Bolton 3, Hadley-Luzerne 0
LAKE LUZERNE — Bolton tallied a shutout on the road Sept. 26.
Mitchell Jordon stopped six attempts on his goal to preserve the shutout.
Lake George 8, Warrensburg 0
LAKE GEORGE — Eight Warriors sent home goals for a runaway shutout game Sept. 26.
Borna Baricevic earned a goal and assist. Kicking in a goal each were; Davide Cazzulo, Jamie Dolan, Joe Farrell, Craig Keenan, Carson Lambert, Brandon Matthews and Tyler Potter. Aaron Chambers, Jackson Donnelly, Vinny Grace, Brian Stoya and Mason Vreudge all tallied assists.
Warrensburg's Webster made three saves in goal.
Lake George 8, Corinth 1
LAKE GEORGE — The Warriors built an impressive lead and maintained it for the win at their Sept. 27 game.
Contributing to the high-scoring game were: Joe Farrell with two goals; Borna Baricevic with a goal and two assists; David Bruno, Davide Cazzulo, Tom Devlin, Sasha Goodman, Vinny Grace, Ian Quillinan and Mason Vreudge with assists.
Greg Rosenthal and Ryan Moll made a combined three saves in the Warrior net.
Bolton 1, Fort Ann 1
FORT ANN — Though Fort Ann outshot the Eagles 23 to 10, Bolton played them to a standstill Sept. 20.
Eagle goalkeeper Rosie Denne made a major contribution to the effort with 19 saves.
Marisa Parrotta made the unassisted Bolton goal.
Lake George 10, Hadley-Luzerne 0
LAKE GEORGE — The Warriors earned double-digit goals in a game where they made eight times as many attempts on goal as Hadley-Luzerne Sept. 20.
Jamie Jarett's three goals and two assists, Jessica Bauder's two goals and one assist, Emma Feathers' and Emma Underwood's goal and assist each, Mackenzie Perkett, Emily DeWaard and Rebecca Kandora's goal apiece and Courtney Laczko's two assists outshot them 26-4. Michelle Valenti made three saves in the Warriors' net.
Lake George 1, Bolton 0
LAKE GEORGE — The Warriors' Rebecca Kandora earned the game's only goal Sept. 22, with an assist from Emma Underwood.
Warrior goalkeeper Kathleen Goutos stopped six attempts on her net.
Bolton's Rosie Denne made eight saves at her net to keep the game close.
Bolton 8, Poultney Vt. 0
POULTNEY, Vt. — Seven Eagles helped rack up the goals during non-league play in Vermont Sept. 24.
Leading the scoring was Olivia Seamans, with two goals and two assists for her team. Erin Courchaine tallied one goal and one assist. Kicking in a goal each were; Abigail Seamans, Kim Wright, Marisa Parrotta, Cheshele Powell and Megan Flynn. Contributing assists were; Marie DeLorenzo, Sydney LaPan and Sarah Calzada.
Bolton goalkeeper Rosie Denne was only called upon to make one save.
Whitehall 2, Bolton 1
BOLTON — Bolton kept the game close with eight shots on Whitehall goal, while the Railroaders managed 10 Sept. 27.
Olivia Seamans scored for the Eagles, assisted by Marisa Parrota.
Rosie Denne stopped six attempts on Bolton goal.
Lake George 3, Fort Ann 0
FORT ANN — The Warriors earned a shutout on the road Sept. 27.
Kicking in for Lake George were Jamie Jarett, Emily DeWaard and Josett Riley with a goal apiece. Kathleen Goutos and Michelle Valenti tallied assists in the effort.
Glens Falls 3, Lake George 1
LAKE GEORGE — The Warriors took their first game against Glens Falls, but a strong string of three games from the Indians took the match Sept. 19.
Contributing to the Warrior effort were: Amanda Chambers, with 15 points, five aces, eight digs and seven kills; Chelsea Sipowicz with seven points and kills and 12 digs; and Hayley Humiston with six points, two aces and six kills.
Hartford 3, Lake George 2
LAKE GEORGE — The Warriors started strong, but couldn't claim the third game for a win Sept. 21.
Lake George's Amanda Chambers tallied seven points, two aces and eight kills. Courtney Casey tallied eight points and 22 assists.
Hadley/Luzerne 3, Warrensburg 0
LAKE LUZERNE — The Burghers were swept in three games by the Eagles Sept. 21, 25-11, 25-6, 25-7.
Emily Morehouse contributed had an ace, a kill and two digs for Warrensburg. Amy Toolan tallied a kill and two assists.
Fort Edward 3, Warrensburg 0
WARRENSBURG — The Burghers were swept in three games at their Sept. 23 match.
Amy Tollan tallied five points, an ace and seven digs for Warrensburg.