Greene Soccer Continues To Show Promise At A Young Age
Published: September 14th, 2016
By: Cameron Turner

GREENE – The Trojan boys varsity soccer team continues to roll over their competition as they remain undefeated through their first four games of the 2016 season.

On Friday, Sept. 10, Newark Valley traveled south to take on the then 3-0 Trojans, however to their surprise the young Greene team would simply dominate them on almost all facets in the game, handily winning 5-0.

Greene would see a flurry of shots on goal, with five landing for scores of the potential 15 their offense mustered up. With a halftime lead of 3-0, Greene would comfortably play two athletes in goal on the day while additionally tacking on two goals in the second half of the game.

Michael Repp of Greene would see one goal for the Trojans while he assisted with two others, while River McCumiskey would match Repp sending one in for a goal and netting two assist on the day. However, it was Spencer Klumpp who would see the most offensive success in the landslide win as Klumpp send three balls in for goals while helping assist in another.


The Evening Sun

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