Greene Makes It Two Straight Against Maine-Endwell
Published: October 2nd, 2014
By: Patrick Newell

Field Hockey

Greene 1, Maine-Endwell 0

ENDWELL – Greene duplicated its one-goal win over Maine-Endwell from last month, but this time around, found the cage with the winning goal in the final minute of play.

The Trojans drew a penalty corner after a run into the circle by eighth-grader McKenna Sergi. The Trojans called a timeout to set up the corner play, and the play that was called was executed perfectly.

Jess Kehoe inserted the pass to Laura Durdon, who one-timed a shot to the left side of the goal. Katie Anderson scooped up the loose ball, then fed a pass across the penalty area to Sergi, who put away the winner.

Greene allowed just one shot from the Spartans, and it proved a difficult one to stop, said Greene coach Sue Carlin. "Our team as a whole played much better," the Greene coach said. "Jess (Kehoe) and Skylar Gilmore played great games on defense for us, and Tiffany Borst made a nice run for us about a minute before we scored. We're passing it better as a team and working better together."

Greene hosts Whitney Point on Friday in the first round of its tournament.

Summary

(0-0 at half)

Goals-assists: (G) McKenna Sergi, 1-0; Katie Anderson, 0-1; Laura Durdon, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (G) 8-8, (ME) 1-3.

Saves: (G) Julia Amell, 1, (ME) Cassie Miller, 5.

New York Mills 5, Sherburne-Earlville 0

NEW YORK MILLS - New York Mills scored three goals within a five-minute span of the first half to reverse an earlier loss to Sherburne-Earlville.

Abbey Fitzgerald tallied eight minutes into the game, and Brie Fuccillo along with Alyssa Fuccillo followed that tally up with two more goals at the 18- and 17-minute marks.

"There were some strong moments for us in the game," said S-E coach Sheila Cooman of Wednesday's contest. "But you can't dig such a big hole and expect to climb out of it."

The Marauders play at Sauquoit Valley Friday.

Summary

(3-0 at half)

Goals-assists: (N) Alyssa Fuccillo, 2-1; Brie Fuccillo, 1-1; Abbey Fitzgerald, 1-0; Autumn Hellinger, 1-0; Amanda Fitzgerald, 0-2; McKenna Riley, 0-1.

Shots-corners: (N) 14-8, (SE) 11-17.

Saves: (N) Jordyn Keeck-Beach, 11, (SE) Lexi Jordan, 4, Allison Johnson, 5.

Cross Country

Norwich runs at McQuaid Invitational

ROCHESTER – Norwich completed in the prestigious McQuaid Invitational last weekend with 257 schools and 7,500 total athletes participating.

In the boys' varsity race, one that had 296 finishers, Norwich's Frankie Garcia placed 70th in 18:01 over the three-mile course.

Among the Tornado girls, 312 girls competed with Martha Clemens' 22:34 garnering her a 122nd-place finish.

Below are Norwich results:

Girls (312 runners): Martha Clemens (122), 22:34; Liz Eddy (140), 23:00; Kristen Slate (193), 24:15; Corinne Shea (264), 26:10.

Boys (297 runners): Frank Garcia (70), 18:01; Marcus Cashman (145) 19:14; Connor Nichols (158), 19:29; Zayn Harper (219), 21:14; Michael Cardoza (236), 21:51; Steven Lopresti (240), 22:02.

Sherburne-Earlville shows improvement

WEST WINFIELD – In a five-team meet at Mount Markham Wednesday, Sherburne-Earlville's ran times over the 2.8-mile course that were proportionally faster than any recorded performances this season, said Marauders coach Anne Geary.

"Collectively we ran very well," Geary said. "It was a good night."

Ian Benedict timed a 17:10 and was seventh overall, and Kenny Ulrich turned in a 19:06. The Marauders picked up one win in team scoring beating the host Mustangs.

S-E's Miranda Wright led the six-girl contingent timing 23:24. The Marauders girls, too, also picked up a dual meet victory over Mount Markham.

Sherburne-Earlville is at Herkimer Oct. 7.

Results

Boys team scores: Little Falls 26, S-E 31; Holland Patent 16, S-E 47; Clinton 16, S-E 47; S-E 15, Mt. Markham, inc.

Individual results: Ian Benedict, 17:10 (7th); Kenny Ulrich, 19:06; Tristan Rainford, 19:32; Brandon Lambert, 21:30; Jeremy Carroll, 21:30; Jacob Bennett, 22:16.

Girls team scores: Clinton 15, S-E 43; Little Falls 22, S-E 34; Holland Patent, 16, S-E 47; S-E 28, Mount Markham inc.

Individual results: Miranda Wright, 23:24; Abby Ryan, 25:25; Ashley Palmer, 26:21; Emma Baker, 26:42; Alexis Kane, 26:44; Sage Westcott, 31:14.

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