M-E wins rematch with S-E; Oxford rolls to first win

Field Hockey

Evening Sun Report

Field Hockey

Morrisville-Eaton 5, Sherburne-Earlville 1

SHERBURNE — Sherburne-Earlville’s first-half lead crumbled in a hurry in an early-season battle between last year’s top two teams in the Center State Conference.

Morrisville-Eaton scored three goals in the first 10 minutes of the second half to erase the Marauders’ one-goal lead. Chelsea Verne had two of her three goals, and Amanda Smith tacked on the third goal at 20:14, less than two minutes after Verne gave her club its first lead of the game. “We stopped doing things I assumed we would do well,” said S-E coach Sheila Cooman of the second half. “We stopped moving to the ball and stopped playing as a team.”

Karli Harris had the lone goal of the first half to put her team on top. S-E plays Moravia Friday night in the first round of the S-E Tournament.


(1-0 S-E at half)

Goals-assists: (SE) Karli Harris, 1-0, Betsy Lewis, 0-1. (ME) Chelsea Verne, 3-0, Amanda Smith, 1-0, Lindsay Masher, 1-0, Lanae Maciag, 0-1, Erin O’Hara, 0-1, Megan Mennig, 0-1, Courtney Edwards, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (SE) 5-7, (ME) 12-10.

Saves: (SE) Kelsei Terrell, 7, (ME) 4.

Oxford 6, Hancock 0

HANCOCK – Oxford grabbed its first win in three starts this season as it heads into its annual field hockey tournament this weekend.

Christi Baker, Jenna Farwell, and Marlena Frank scored 2 1/2 minutes apart in the final six minutes of the half to pad the Oxford lead to 4-0. “I think this win is exactly what we needed for our confidnence,” said Oxford coach Melissa Chrystie. “We can build on this heading into our tournament.”

Erin Law added two penalty stroke goals in the second half for Oxford (1-2).


(4-0 Oxford at half)

Goals-assists: (O) Erin Law, 2-0 (penalty strokes), Kristi Baker,1-0, Jenna Farwell, 1-0, Marlena Frank, 1-0, Daisy Murphy, 1-0, Chelsea Farrell, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (O) 22-15, (H) 1-0.

Saves: (O) Alyshia Crawford, 1, (H) Abby Stephens, 10

Boys’ Soccer

Oxford 4, Walton 1

OXFORD – Oxford came out strong for the second straight game and rolled over Walton Tuesday afternoon.

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