Scott Travis tapped in the winning goal four minutes into overtime to lift Stillwater to a 3-2 victory over Tamarac Monday, Sept. 17, in a Wasaren League boys soccer game.
Travis was responsible for all of the Warriors’ goals. He headed in the first one off a corner kick from Grant Baker that tied the score at 1-1. Travis repeated the process a short time later, this time heading in a crossing pass from Jake Zdonick for a 2-1 Stillwater lead.
Dylan Briccetti tied the score late in the second half for Tamarac on a direct kick, but Baker fed Travis for the game winner in overtime.
Max Ali tallied in the first half for Tamarac (3-2), and goalkeeper Tyler Nemjo stopped 20 shots. Goalie Tim Bachal had 14 saves for Stillwater (6-2), which improved its record in overtime games to 2-1.
Elsewhere in the Wasaren League, Waterford-Halfmoon (3-2-1) won its third straight game by edging Saratoga Central Catholic 1-0. Nate Powell scored the lone goal of the game for the Fordians early in the second half off a pass by Tyler Galarneau.
Spa Catholic (2-5) had a chance to tie the game on a penalty kick, but Waterford-Halfmoon goalie Bobby Valigorski stopped Dante Marin’s attempt to maintain the lead.
Mechanicville (5-1) earned a 3-1 road win over Greenwich (5-3). Jeff Luce and Kevin Charette tallied in the second half to propel the Red Raiders, who are 5-0 against Wasaren League opponents this season.
Luce scored in the seventh minute off an assist by Marcus Tobin to put Mechanicville up early, but Liam Kelleher tied the game for Greenwich later in the first half on a penalty kick. Luce struck again midway through the second half to give the Red Raiders the lead for good.
Mechanicville out-shot Greenwich 14-2. Witches goalie Sam Whiting was credited with eight saves.