Greene's Carlin Reaches Victory Milestone

By: Patrick Newell

Field Hockey

Greene 3, Deposit 0

DEPOSIT - Greene field hockey coach Sue Carlin reached a historic victory milestone in the Trojans’ shutout win over Deposit Saturday.

Carlin’s last win of the 2012 season – a Class C title win – gave her 399 career victories in stints with Maine-Endwell and Greene. With yesterday’s victory, Carlin is among the select few to ever reach the 400-win mark. “I’ve just had some great kids, great families, and great assistant coaches over the years,” Carlin said after the win. “I have great kids again this year, and I’m glad this group did it.”

Senior Katherine Klecha figured in all three goals, each coming in the opening half. Klecha had one goal and two assists. Tiffany Borst added one goal, and Kristy Haskell added the third.

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Greene hosts Windsor on Tuesday.


(3-0 at half)

Goals-assists: Katherine Klecha, 1-2; Tiffany Borst, 1-1; Kristy Haskell, 1-0; Laura Durdon, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (G) 14-15, (D) 1-5.

Saves: (G) Julia Amell 1, (D) Erica Koch, 9.

Girls’ Soccer

Greene 3, Oxford 0

OXFORD - Greene’s offense got on track in the second half led by all-time leading scorer Paige Wilcox.

Wilcox had two goals and one assist – all in the second 40 minutes. Wilcox broke a scoreless tie with 26:40 left in the game when a quick clear from the Greene defensive zone set up a breakaway for Wilcox. Darien Meagley also scored for Greene. “I was really happy with our play, and Lorrin Parks marked Paige throughout the game,” said Oxford coach Kathleen Cragle. “The rest of the team also did a nice job of double-teaming Paige. I also felt we did a better job moving the ball.”

Oxford plays at B-G next Wednesday.

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(0-0 at half)

Goals-assists: (G) Paige Wilcox, 2-1; Darien Meagley, 1-0.

shots-corners: (G) 20-13, (O) 5-2.

Saves: (G) Lindsey Brown, 1. (O) Rachel Seiler, 11.

Sherburne-Earlville 4, Morrisville-Eaton 1

MORRISVILLE – Sherburne-Earlville won for the second time this season as sophomore Savannah Irwin recorded her first hat trick Wednesday.

Irwin scored the game’s first two goals getting an assist from Jordan Van Althuis on the first, and tacking on the second during a loose-ball scramble in front of the M-E net.

After M-E closed to within one goal scoring 23 seconds before halftime, Irwin completed her hat trick 18 minutes into the second half. Sarah Cole added an insurance goal, and Van Althuis finished with three assists.


(2-1 S-E at half)

Goals-assists: (SE) Savannah Irwin, 3-0, Sarah Cole, 1-0; Jordan Van Althuis, 0-3.

Shots-corners: (SE) 17-3, (ME) 4-6.

Saves: (SE) Maddy Fetzko 3, (ME) Brown 12.


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