Greene 3, Oxford 0
OXFORD – Paige Wilcox scored two more goals for the Trojans (11-4-1) lifting her season total to 37 in Saturday’s shutout victory at Oxford.
Shannon Gregory also scored for Greene, who outshot the Blackhawks 12-3.
(1-0 at half)
Goals-assists: Paige Wilcox, 2-0, Shannon Gregory, 1-0; Melanie McBride, 0-1, Sierra Stoppkotte, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (G) 12-4, (O) 3-0.
Saves: (G) Lindsey Brown, 2, (O) Megan Golden 6.
OV splits games
DERUYTER – Otselic Valley went 1-1 in weekend games against DeRuyter and Cincinnatus.
Friday at DeRuyter, Jordan Lidell and Kelsey Graves scored two goals apiece in a 6-2 OV win over the Rockets. Nikki Olin and Hope Reynolds also scored in the victory.
Saturday at Cincinnatus, the Red Lions posted a shutout win over the Vikings, 5-0.
OV Scoring vs. DeRuyter
Goals-assists: Nikki Olin, 1-1, Jordan Lidell, 2-1; Kelsey Graves, 2-0; Hope Reynolds, 1-1; Kaylena Manwarren, 0-1.
*No other statistics available due to poor weather conditions.
Sauquoit Valley 5, Sherburne-Earlville 0
SAUQUOIT – It was a strange feeling for S-E coach Kylie Davis, who felt her team played well despite the five-goal deficit Saturday against Sauquoit Valley.
“I thought we dominated a lot of the first half, they just capitalized on our defensive mistakes,” Davis said.
Elisa Marchione scored three times for SV and Kelly Brennan had two goals and two assists. Sauquoit built a three-goal halftime lead, and never looked back. “I was pleased with much of our play, but it was a frustrating game overall to coach,” Davis said. “I see the passion in the girls, so I know this coming week we’ll be ready to redeem ourselves.”
S-E (6-6-1) hosts Mount Markham today.
(3-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (SV) Kelly Brennan, 2-2; Elisa Marchione, 3-1; Nikki Burline, 0-1; Maeline Hollenbeck, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (SE) 15-3, (SV) 14-7.
Saves: (SE) Sierra Morris, 9; (SV) J. Jecko, 12.
Greene 3, Maine-Endwell 2
GREENE – Coming off a shutout win over Whitney Point Thursday to reach the finals of the 3rd Annual Barrows/Bromley Field Hockey Tournament, an early second-half goal gave the Trojans (12-0) a 3-1 lead, and that goal provided the margin of victory over the Spartans Saturday evening.
Caitlyn Gorton, up from her defensive position, grabbed a rebound after the initial save, and reverse-sticked the ball into the cage 41 seconds into the half making it 3-1. Maine-Endwell controlled the action most of the second half, but fell short in its comeback. “They pressured us a lot, and we had a tough time generating offense in the second half,” said Greene coach Sue Carlin. “Our defense played really well, and Emily Conroe stopped pretty much every ball they tried to get through.”