Trojans Win 9th Annual Greene Soccer Tournament
Published: September 11th, 2018
By: Meagan Schulz

GREENE – The Greene Trojans came away with the championship trophy in their 9th annual boys soccer tournament, coming away with 3-0 over Windsor on Saturday.

The Trojans’ Bradley Taft opened up the scoring just 2:45 minutes into the game off a Spencer Klumpp assist.

With less than a minute remaining in the first half, it was Klumpp’s turn to score as he buried a crossed ball from his Trojan teammate Jack Cutia to give Greene a 2-0 lead at the intermission.

To seal the championship win, River McCumiskey drilled a shot into the back of the net for the only goal scored in the second half. McCumiskey received a pass from Mikey Repp to set up his shot.

Greene took on Johnson City in the first round of play Friday night, once again winning 3-0.

The Trojans’ scored their first of three in the first half just 53 seconds after the opening whistle. Repp cleaned up a ball after a defensive mistake and a well crossed ball from his teammate Brandon Whitaker.

The second Greene goal came from freshman Scout McCumiskey, as he found the back of the net from a Repp cross.

With 22:20 left to play in the first half, Repp tacked on his second goal of in night with an assist from Whitaker once again.

Windsor took down Chenango Forks during the first match on Friday by a score of 3-1. Windsor scoring came from Austin Kibbler, Seth Buckley and Noa Lawerence. Chenango Forks lone goal was scored by Niklas Boeker.

Chenango Forks then beat Johnson City in the consolation match on Saturday.

The Greene Tournament All-stars were Grant Grabowski (JC), Lee Lowery (JC), Donovan Peterson (Chenango Forks), Vlad Lavrinovich (Chenango Forks), Austin Kibbler (Windsor), Noa Lawrence (Windsor), Mason Beriman (Windsor), Alec Frair (Greene), River McCumiskey (Greene), Brandon Whitaker (Greene), Spencer Klumpp (Greene), and Michael Repp (Greene).

Greene (2-0, 4-1) will host Unadilla Valley for MAC league game at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Greene 3, Johnson City 0

(3-0 at half)

Goals-assists: Mikey Repp 2-1, Scout McCumiskey 1-0, Brandon Whitaker 0-2; (JC) None.

Shots-corners: (G) 15-3; (JC) 2-1

Saves: (G) Kevin Gyurik 1; (JC) Max Shelestovsky 11

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