Monday Hot List-September 19th
Well, it's been a busy day but I finally had a chance to sit down while watching some NFL football to put together this week's Monday Hot List (formerly Monday Morning Hot List). Being the Athletic Director at my school, Mother Nature threw a dent into my schedule this afternoon with postponing games and trying to find dates to reshedule.
Then when I finally got home it was family thing to do after family thing to do. Ugh!
Now as promised, although later than I wanted, here is the newly minted Monday Hot List!
-I begin this week with a shoutout to my alma mater Hartford Tanagers boys soccer team. The Tanagers beat Lake George 2-0. It was the first time Hartford had beaten the Warriors since 2010. It was also the first time they scored against Lake George since 2015.
-Fair Haven quarterback Joe Buxton had a monster game in a win over Lyndon Saturday night. Buxton tossed four touchdown passes in the 49-28 victory.
-The Fair Haven girls soccer team reamined unbeaten on the season. The Slaters toppled Middlebury 3-0 behind two goals from Elizabeth Love and one from Lily Briggs. Kate Hadwen had the shutout in goal. In a 5-2 win over Woodstock Briggs led the Slaters with two goals. Elizabeth Love, Brittney Love and Ayame Merkel also chipped in goals.
-The Granville field hockey team stayed perfect this week with wins over Emma Willard, Salem-Cambridge and Corinth. Raegan Swain, Natalie Williams and Haylie Barber had two goals each against Emma Willard. In a shoot out thiller against Salem-Cambridge Melissa Beaver and Lauren Bascom scored during the shoot out. Swain and Beaver scored in regulation. Against Corinth Swain, Williams and Claire Gould scored.
-Speaking of Granville the Golden Horde's Amber Gibbs placed fifth against a stellar field in the Division III girls race at the Queensbury Invitational cross country meet. Gibbs was the highest Adirondack League finisher on in the race.
-Warrensburg's Brody Olden who last year became the first runner from the school to make it to the state cross country meet also had a strong run in the boys Division III race. Olden placed sixth and was the highest ADK finisher.
-Bolton-Warrensburg girls soccer goalie Hope Sherman opened the season with not giving up a goal in the first five games. Sherman had five consecutive shutout before being scored upon by Plattsburgh.
-Sherman's teammate Ella Moskov continues to score at a fever pace. Moskov had three goals and two assists against Granville.
-Shannon Starratt had a nice week for Lake George volleyball. Starratt had 23 assists against Granville and 18 against Hadley-Luzerne.
-Natalie Durkee of Fort Edward volleyball did everyting but sell popcorn in the Flying Fort's win over Granville. Durkee recorded 10 aces, 16 points, 3 kills, 17 assists, 8 digs in the match.
-The Granville golf team stayed perfect on the season this week as they moved their mark to 5-0 with a pair of wins.
-The Fair Haven field hockey team earned their first win of the year, rolling over Springfield 6-1. Jaylena Haley had two goals to lead the Slaters, while Alana Williams, Emilee Higgins, Vivian Ladabouche and Alexis Murray all scored once.
-Brody McCabe did it all for Warrensburg-Lake George in a win over Renssealer in high school football. McCabe returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown, rushed for two scores and threw for another.
-Evan Day had a day in the Cambridge-Salem football win over Canajoharie-Fort Plain. Day had four touchdowns in the game. Day caught a 31 yard scoring pass and ran for touchdown's of one, one and eight yards.
-The Proctor girls soccer team had a thrilling week. The Phantoms topped Arlington 4-3 in overtime in a goal from Isabel Greb. Against MSJ Proctor also won 4-3 in OT and you guessed it......yup, Greb had the winning goal.