The Trojans Stand Their Ground Against Maine-Endwell
Published: September 10th, 2021
By: Patrick Newell

The Trojans stand their ground against Maine-Endwell This picture with a rainbow in the background was taken after the win over Maine-Endwell. (Submitted photo)

GREENE - Greene’s field hockey team righted another wrong from the preseason.

The Trojans, who lost to Maine-Endwell in the spring, claimed a 2-1 victory on Thursday night at Raymond Field.

“Both teams played well, and battled until the very end of the game,” said Greene coach Heather Rapp.

Liv Kennedy was responsible for both of Greene’s tallies.

Kennedy scored unassisted with 54.6 seconds left in the second quarter. After M-E tied the game at 11:24 of the third, Kennedy scored the winner off a Claire Flanagan pass with 1:16 left in the quarter.

The Trojans controlled play much of the game in the M-E defensive zone finishing with a 15-2 advantage in shots on goal.

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Score by quarter

M-E  0  0  1  0--1

Greene  0  1  1  0--2

Goals-assists: (G) Liv Kennedy 2-0, Claire Flanagan 0-1, (M-E)  Kiley Singer 1-0.

Shots-penalty Corners: (G) 15-9, (M-E) 2-1

Saves:  (G) Natalie Scofield 1, (M-E) Kiera Rahner 11