S-E coach impressed with Clinton

Boys’ Soccer

Clinton 4, Sherburne-Earlville 0

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville was outclassed in the first half by a talented Clinton team giving up four goals in Tuesday’s shutout loss.

Four different Clinton players scored, and Will Smigel’s one goal and one assist led the visitors. “I was impressed with how efficient they are, and they waste very little energy,” said S-E coach Mike Rodriguez of Clinton’s players. “Their service of the ball was right where it needed to be. It was very impressive.”



S-E’s Sam Caton made 14 saves, and the Marauders did hold Clinton scoreless in the second half. “We tried to generate some counters in the second half, but we couldn’t quite get the ball where we needed to,” Rodriguez said.

S-E (5-2) is at Mount Markham Monday.

Summary

(4-0 at half)

Goals-assists: (C) Nicholas Deyulio, 1-0, Andrew Debraggio, 0-1; James Short, 1-0, Nathan Hagstrom, 0-1; Devin Cornelius, 1-0; Will Smigel, 1-1; Scott Fuller, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (C) 20-14. (SE) 1-0.

Saves: (C) Robert Larkin, 1. (SE) Sam Caton, 11.

Sidney 2, B-G 1

BAINBRIDGE – Sidney scored its goals in the first 18 1/2 minutes of play, and it made those goals stand up in Tuesday’s win at B-G.

Josiah Clark tallied 6:24 into play, and Hunter Sowersby doubled the Sidney advantage 12 minutes later. “They played a strong game early, but I thought we picked it up in the second half, and had some very good play the last 20 minutes,” said B-G coach Pete Feltham.


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