S-E a different team, but not enough to overtake M-E

Field Hockey

Morrisville-Eaton 2, Sherburne-Earlville 1

MORRISVILLE Morrisville-Eaton all but locked up the Center State division title over defending division champion Sherburne-Earlville with a second win over the Marauders this season.

Courtney Edwards and Chelsea Berne scored goals after penalty corners at 23:32 and 12:34 for the two-goal advantage. S-Es Karli Harris pared the margin in half with 24 seconds remaining in the opening 30 minutes getting a feed from senior Danielle Green.



We didnt play badly, but they were the better team today, said S-E coach Sheila Cooman. They did a better job sustaining their offense inside the 25-yard line, and that led to more scoring opportunities.

The win was a vast improvement over the first meeting, a contest that was S-Es season-opener. M-E won that contest handily, 5-1. We are definitely a different team than that first meeting, Cooman said.

The Marauders (4-2, 8-3-1) play at New York Mills Wednesday.

Summary

(2-1 at half)

Goals-assists: (ME) Courtney Edwards, 1-0, Chelsea Berne, 1-0, Lanae Macaig, 0-1, Lindsay Mosher, 0-1. (S) Karli Harris, 1-0, Danielle Green, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (ME) 10-5, (SE) 9-1.

Saves: (ME) Danica Mosher, 5. (SE) Kelsie Terrell, 5.

Boys Soccer

Greene 2, Unadilla Valley 2

NEW BERLIN Greene turned up the intensity in the face of defeat to force a tie with Unadilla Valley Monday.


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