Greene Blanks Tough Harpursville Squad
Published: September 23rd, 2011
By: Patrick Newell

Field Hockey

Greene 4, Harpursville 0

HARPURSVILLE – Greene extended its unbeaten record Thursday, and the final margin of victory was not indicative of the game’s closeness, said Trojans coach Sue Carlin.

“They’re a tough team. Julia (Amell, Greene goalie) made some great saves, amd our defense came up big,” Carlin said.

Greene was outshot 16-12, but capitalized on its scoring opportunities. Emma Anderson tallied off a penalty corner follwing a nice pass by Colleen Dietrich with 8:41 left in the opening period. Less than four minutes later, Brandee Schoonmaker picked up a pass from Emily Gascon to make it a 2-0 game.

Gascon and Jahna Driscoll added to the Greene lead with unassisted goals. “We were without Emily (Conroe) tonight, and we had to do some repositioning,” Carlin said. “I thought the kids hung in there and did a great job. I was glad for this game. Julia has not had to make a lot of saves, and she definitely was up for the challenge today.”

Greene hosts Sidney Saturday at 10 a.m.

Summary

(2-0 at half)

Goals-assists: (G) Emma Anderson, 1-0; Brandee Schoonmaker, 1-0; Emily Gascon, 1-1; Jahna Driscoll, 1-0; Colleen Dietrich, 0-1;

Shots-corners: (G) 12-6, (H) 16-4.

Saves: (G) Julia Amell, 14, (H) Taylor Hendrickson, 8.

Boys’ Soccer

Greene 3, Sidney 0

GREENE – Greene’s boys ran into a hot goalkeeper in Sidney’s Evan Eliason, but even Eliason’s stellar play was not enough to prevent the Trojans from finding the net three times in Thursday’s game.

Corey Dietrich netted the only goal Greene would need opening the scoring at 26:45 of the first half off a centering pass from Alex Driscoll. Kurt Bartholomew doubled the lead later in the half, and Driscoll scored on a penalty kick in the second half.

“We’re playing pretty well right now, we just had some misses, and (Eliason) was solid today,” said Greene coach Rick Tallman. “We’re starting to gain a little momentum and put things together.”

Greene plays Norwich today at 4:30 p.m. at Emerson Fields in the first round of the Oxford tourney.

Summary

(2-0 at half)

Goals-assists: (G) Corey Dietrich, 1-0; Kurt Bartholomew, 1-0; Alex Driscoll, 1-2 (PK).

Shots-corners: (G) 24-5, (S) 2-4.

Saves: (G) Nate Westover, 2. (S) Evan Eliason, 21.

G-MU 0, Milford 0

MILFORD – In advance of the Oxford Tournament this weekend, G-MU played to a scoreless tie with Milford Thursday in Tri-Valley League play.

Milford held a slight 10-6 edge in shots. Austin Burnside made 10 saves for the Raiders, who begin defense of their 2010 Oxford title today against the host Blackhawks.

Summary

Shots-corners: (M) 10-8, (G) 6-2.

Saves: (M) Parker Fish, 5, (G) Austin Burnside, 10.

Otselic Valley 8, Tyburn Academy 3

AUBURN – Otselic Valley scored five times in the first half, and finished with a season-best eight tallies in Thursday’s non-league road win at Tyburn Academy.

Brent Rasmussen finished with a hat trick to lead the Vikings. Brandon Huntley, Brad Moyer, Mike Larkin, Travis Sheldon, and Jonathon Lyons also scored.

“Offensively, we started to work together and finish opportunities,” said OV coach Justin Barlow. “It was a complete game for us, and I hope we will continue to mesh together and keep this momentum going.”

Summary

(5-3 OV at half)

Goals-assists: (T) Juli Sampio, 1-0 (PK), Jake Pritchard, 1-0; own goal, 1-0. (OV) Brent Rasmussen, 3-1; Jonathon Lyons, 1-1; Brad Moyer, 1-0; Mike Larkin, 1-0, Travis Sheldon, 1-0, Brandon Huntley, 1-0.

Shots-corners: (OV) 26-9, (T) 11-3.

Saves: (OV) Dylan Comfort, 8, (T) Matthew Faiola, 18.

Girls’ Soccer

Milford 2, G-MU 1 (OT)

COPES CORNERS – Milford scored the game-winning goal with 8 minutes left in overtime to prevail over G-MU Thursday evening.

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