Greene’s dominance extends to the road

FIELD HOCKEY

Greene 5, Vestal 0

VESTAL – Greene’s dominance continued on the road Tuesday night with a shutout victory over Vestal.

Emily Conroe scored off a penalty corner from Emma Anderson. The tally was a follow-up to a goal by Conroe that was waved off moments earlier. Conroe finished with two goals and one assist, and her teammate, Colleen Dietrich, moved up from her position on defense to score the Trojans’ second goal. Dietrich chipped in a shot off the goalie’s pads creating a two-goal halftime lead.

“We got everyone in tonight, and everyone contributed,” said Greene coach Sue Carlin. “Everyone had their little shining moments, and there wasn’t a letdown when we brought new people in.”



Jessica Durdon and Jahna Driscoll scored in the second half to extend the Trojans’ edge. Greene hosts Sidney on Friday.

Summary

(2-0 at half)

Goals-assists: (G) Emily Conroe, 2-1; Colleen Dietrich, 1-0; Jessica Durdon, 1-0; Jahna Driscoll, 1-0; Emma Anderson, 0-1; Emily Gascon, 0-1.

Shots-penalty corners: (G) 12-24, (V) 1-2.

Saves: (G) Julia Amell, 1. (V) Statklin, 4.

Morrisville-Eaton 2, S-E 1

SHERBURNE - Morrisville-Eaton unlocked a 1-1 tie scoring with 11:50 left in the opening half to secure a road win over the Marauders Tuesday.

Robyn Latham scored off a Lauren Kellum pass for the winner. Just a few minutes earlier, S-E’s Megan Viera took a rebound off the goalie’s pads and tied the game for S-E. The Marauders stepped up the pressure over the final 30 minutes, but failed to make a dent in the deficit. “After they scored early in the game, we settled down pretty well,” said S-E coach Sheila Cooman. “We really hammered at them in the second half, we just need to be more composed in the penalty circle.”

In Monday’s consolation game of the S-E Tournament, the Marauders won a penalty-stroke shootout over Hamilton in sudden victory as Shelby Scheffler converted for the Marauders.

The game was played to a 1-1 tie through regulation and a 10-minute overtime period. Emma Hodges scored for the Marauders just 6 1/2 minutes into the second half off a Desiree Brown pass. The Emerald Knights forced the OT scoring with just 32 seconds left in regulation.

Brown and the Knights’ Jessica Welsh were the lone shooters to score in five rounds of penalty strokes sending the game to sudden victory strokes. S-E goalie Katherine Robertson stopped six of seven penalty strokes, had nine total saves, and was named to the all-tournament team along with Brown.


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