Bobcat sightings have been on the rise in Central New York, and Greene will get an up-close-and-personal view of about two dozen Bobcats Saturday evening.
The Trojans, playing their first Section IV playoff game since a defeat to Delhi in 2001, face unbeaten Lansing at Binghamton Alumni Stadium at 7 p.m.
It’s the second trip to Alumni Stadium in as many weeks for Greene, who face a club that has not given up a point in 22 quarters. “We’ve played there twice and we’re 2-0,” said Greene coach Tim Paske of the game site. “We don’t have the playoff experience, but we’re comfortable with the surroundings and like playing there.”
The Trojans recently achieved their highest state ranking in school history when the New York State Sportswriters Association placed them at the number 14 spot this past week. Meanwhile, Lansing has the number three spot, and it’s well deserved.
Lansing hasn’t given up a point since a second-period touchdown pass in week three against Spencer-Van Etten. The Bobcats have five straight shutouts, have allowed a Section IV-low 13 points, and average nearly 40 points a game.