Sherburne-Earlville continues to improve

Field Hockey

Sherburne-Earlville 6, New York Mills 2

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville’s trend of improved play crescendoed in its highest scoring outing of the season Thursday against visiting New York Mills.

After giving up two goals to New York Mills in the first six minutes of play, the Marauders (5-5-1) ripped up six unaswered goals. Megan Rodman scored at the 17-minute mark, and Alexa Bates knotted the game two minutes later.



Bates had two more goals after halftime to finish her ha trick, and Emma Hodges and Taylor Jordan poured on the offense with goals. “Success helps, but we’re definitely more confident in the offensive zone,” said S-E coach Sheila Cooman. “It’s all starting to click for them.”

The Marauders travel to Oneida today.

Summary

(2-2 at half)

Goals-assists: (SE) Megan Rodman, 1-3; Alexa Bates, 3-0; Emma Hodges, 1-2; Taylor Jordan, 1-0. (N) Brianna Facillo, 1-0; McKenna Reilly, 1-0; Courtney Tramacera, 0-1; Amanda Fitzgerald, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (SE 24-9) (N) 10-3.

Saves: (SE) Allison Johnson, 8. (N) Amanda McCoyle, 11; Abbey Fitzgerald, 7.

Girls’ Soccer

Unadilla Valley 1, Greene 0

NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley kept high scoring Greene off the board in a shutout win over the Trojans Thursday.

Sierra Badger tallied the game’s lone goal netting her shot at 25:21 of the first half.


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