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.
(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."