Greene Picks Up Fourth Straight Win
Published: September 25th, 2008
By: Patrick Newell

Girls’ Soccer

Greene 3, Walton 1

WALTON – Greene won its fourth straight game and remained a half game behind division leader Sidney in MAC soccer play.

Megan McDermott completed a hat trick with 30 seconds left in the game connecting on a direct kick from 25 yards out, and it put the game out of reach against an improved Walton club. “We struggled in the midfield today, and it is nice to have McDermott up front,” said Greene coach Randy Smith. “Walton had its chances, but our defense was able to close those out. We dodged one today.”

Greene (6-1-1, 6-3-1) hosts B-G Friday.

Summary

(1-1 at half)

Goals-assists: (G) Megan McDermott, 3-0; April Small, 0-2. (W) Jackie Yambor, 1-0; Rebecca Obenauer, 0-1.

Shots-cornerkicks: (G) 10-6, (W) 5-3.

Saves: (G) Emily Pierce, 4; (W) Jen Poulin, 7.

S-E 2, Mt. Markham 1

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville is in the thick of the Center State Conference division race, and finds itself in a tie for first place after notching its fourth division win of the season Wednesday.

Brianna Vibbard made a run up the left side and executed a crossing pass to Gretchen Bradley for the go-ahead goal 52 seconds into the second half. “We were a little frustrated (offensively) in the first half, so we wanted to come out and be aggressive in the second half,” said S-E assistant coach Nigel Seddon.

Vibbard scored in the first half for S-E (4-1, 5-3-1) after a Sarah Brown feed. The Marauders play at Morrisville-Eaton, Friday at 7 p.m.

Summary

(1-1 at half)

Goals-assists: (SE) Brianna Vibbard, 1-1; Gretchen Bradley, 1-0, Sarah Brown, 0-1; (MM) Ashleigh Butler, 1-0; Marie Cole, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (SE) 15-7, (M) 8-3.

Saves: (SE) Caitlynn Adams, 4; (M) 9.

Sidney 3, B-G 0

BAINBRIDGE – Sidney scored all of its goals in the first half getting two from Dani Gravel, and the third from Stephanie Meno, Wednesday.

Gravel’s first tally came 11 1/2 minutes into the contest as Sidney improved to 9-0-1 overall. “They were passing the ball well, and we didn’t play good defense either,” said B-G coach George Williams.

Summary

(3-0 at half)

Goals-assists: (S) Dani Gravel, 2-1, Stephanie Meno, 1-1; Chelsea Pixley, 0-1; Brittney Schunk, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (S) 12-6, (BG) 1-0.

Saves: (S) none. (BG) Dani Conway, 5, Kim Hart, 2.

Boys’ Soccer

Mt. Markham 3, S-E 0

WEST WINFIELD – Sherburne-Earlville hung tough with Center State Conference power Mount Markham for most of the 90 minutes of play in a shutout loss Tuesday night.

Garrett Ward scored the Mustangs’ final goal with two minutes remaining. “We did not take a step back, and I felt we played very well defensively,” said S-E coach Mike Rodriguez. “I was happy with the progress, especially against a good team.”

Summary

(1-0 at half)

Goals-assists: Karon I., 1-0; Darvin W., 1-1; Garrett Ward, 1-0, Jeremy Slosek, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (M) 24-8, (SE) 4-1.

Saves: (M) Jared Drimend, 1. (SE) Caleb Brown, 11.

Susquehanna Valley 7, Norwich 0

NORWICH – Susquehanna Valley converted two penalty kicks, and Preston Patak had a hat trick for the Sabers in a shutout at Norwich Wednesday.

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