Greene Bounces Back Against Bobcats

By: Patrick Newell

BAINBRIDGE – Coming off a shutout loss to Windsor on Monday night, Greene’s boys’ soccer team rebounded in a big way blowing out Bainbridge-Guilford, 10-1, on Tuesday.

The Trojans’ offense was equally potent in each half scoring five times in each 40-minute session.

“The boys responded well after a tough night on Monday,” said Greene head coach Rick Tallman, whose club lost to the Black Knights, 3-0.  “The ball was spread around well, and our communication was much improved.”

Trent Rapp started the scoring for Greene nine minutes into the first half as five different Trojans also accounted for the first-half tallies.

Also netting first-half goals were Scout McCumiskey, Luke DeJager, Liam Flanagan, and Aidan Kiefer.

McCumiskey had a big second half scoring two more times, and he finished with three goals and three assists on the evening.


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