Trojan boys soccer finish 2017 regular season at 14-1 overall

GREENE The Greene Trojan boys soccer club is quite good in 2017 and after defeating Bainbridge-Guilford and Harpursville-Afton this past weekend, they now prepare for the upcoming MAC Championships.



On Friday, October 6, Bainbridge-Guilford traveled to Greene for an end of the week showdown resulting in a 4-1 Trojan win.

At the half, Greene led B-G at just 2-1. A respectable mark for a scrappy Bobcat team.

The difference in the game came by way of Greene forcing 13 shots on goal and nine corners, while Bainbridge-Guilford was limited to just one shot and two corners.

Greene outscored B-G at 2-0 in the second half and the score was kept close due in a big way to B-Gs stellar goalkeeper, Xavier Cherniak. Cherniak recorded nine saves in the 4-1 road loss for B-G.


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