Greene 3, Windsor 0
WINDSOR – Greene made it 10 straight victories this season recording its second shutout win over Windsor this season on Thursday.
Tiffany Borst scored 15 minutes into the first half after a shot skirted past the Windsor goalie. Borst tipped in the ball as it approached the goal line.
The Trojans, who have not lost a game to a Section IV team since the 2008 season, picked up the pace in the second half getting insurance goals from Jahna Driscoll and Katherine Klecha. “They played us tough the first time, and being on grass, it was a little bit slow,” said Greene coach Sue Carlin. “A lot of the first half was played in the midfield, but we countered what they were doing, and had a lot of scoring opportunities in the second half.”
Greene plays at rival Maine-Endwell on Tuesday.
(1-0 at the half)
Goalsassists: (G) Tiffany Borst, 1-0; Jahna Driscoll, 1-1; Katherine Klecha, 1-0; Emily Gascon, 0-1; Emily Conroe, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (G) 22-11, (W) 2-4.
Saves: (G) Julia Amell, 2, (W) Amanda Evans, 13.
Clinton 1, Sherburne-Earlville 0
CLINTON – At Clinton Thursday, Clinton halted the Marauders’ five-game winning streak taking advantage of a first-half scoring opportunity.
With the S-E defense pinned deep in the 18-yard box after an outside run, Clinton’s Gavin Gleasman made pass back to Ben Owens at the top of the box, and Owens drove the winning shot into the back corner of the net.
“We were certainly disappointed, and our guys left a lot on the field tonight,” said S-E coach Mike Rodriguez. “We had some great opportunities, particularly in the first half. We just seemed to be a little short tonight.”
S-E (7-4-2) plays at Holland Patent Wednesday.
(1-0 at half)
Goals-assists: (C) Ben Owens, 1-0; Gavin Gleasman, 0-1.
Shots-corners: (C) 11-3. (SE) 15-2.
Saves: (C) Max Huckabee, 7. (SE) Sam Caton, 5.
Franklin 3, G-MU 1
COPES CORNERS – Playing on back-to-back days, G-MU trailed by two goals at the half, and never recovered in Thursday’s home loss to Franklin.
Alex Brownell had two of the Purple Devils’ goal. “It seemed like we were flat, and we just didn’t have the same energy and focus as we did against Cherry Valley,” said GMU coach Mark Luettger.