Mayfield boys lose to Greenville, 5-1

MAYFIELD — Four different players scored to lead Greenville to a 5-1 victory over Mayfield in the consolation game of the Mayfield Tournament on Saturday.

Miles Weiss, Tim Biernaki, James Mitchell and Kaden Benson all scored for the Spartans, who also benefitted from an own goal by the Panthers.

Colby Brandow scored the lone goal for Mayfield.

Walter Sutton finished with one save for Greenville, who outshot Mayfield 10-2 and finished with an 11-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Owen Graf made five stops for Mayfield.

In the championship match, Lake George claimed the title with a 3-1 victory over Greenwich.

Ethan Knauf, Justin Blanco and Brandon Willard all scored for the Warriors, while Knauf, Poe Tutu and Owen Sutton all had an assist.

A.J. Rymph scored the lone goal for Greenwich, which was outshot by a 21-9 margin.

Sutton, Knauf, Blanco and Kristian Johnson were named to the all-tournament team for Lake George, while Tom Abate, Tom Haberlin and Charlie Gartner earn all-tourney honors for Greenwich.

Trevor Lehr and Gabe Gifford earned all-tournament honors for Mayfield, and Biernaki and Mitchell were named to the all-tourney team for Greenville.


Galway 7, Duanesburg 0

DUANESBURG — Charlie Clarke finished with a goal and two assists to lead Galway to a Western Athletic Conference win over Duanesburg on Saturday.

Carson Scribner and Rowan Smith each had a goal and an assist for Galway, while Braden Boudreau, Adam Kent, Carter Scribner and Noah Flint also scored.

Henry Flint made five stops to post the shutout in goal for Galway, which outshot Duanesburg by a 14-5 margin.

Robert Noviczski finished with six saves for Duanesburg.


Hudson Falls 3,

Amsterdam 0

AMSTERDAM — Carter Lewis scored twice to help Hudson Falls to a victory over Amsterdam in a non-league game between Foothills Council teams on Saturday at Lynch Literacy Academy.

Brayden Becker also scored for the Tigers, while Alex Varney had two assists. Brandon Pond added an assist for Hudson Falls (2-4-1 overall)

Joe Lapan made just one save to post his first varsity shutout for Hudson Falls.

Lucca Quatrini and Nick Rodecker each had three saves for Amsterdam (0-5 overall).

By Paul Wager

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