NEW BERLIN - Greene scored two touchdowns on returns, picked up its own fumble and ran for another in 44-28 victory at Unadilla Valley on Saturday afternoon.
Bill Dunlap scored five touchdowns for the Trojans - three on pass receptions, and two on returns - leading the offensive attack.
“We did a lot of good things, but we had way too many penalties,” said Greene head coach Dave Gorton. “Some of those mistakes were because we’re young and fatigued, but we hope to clean those up before the next game.”
After forcing a UV punt to start the game, Greene drove for a touchdown on its first possession. Quarterback Grayson Flanagan hit Dunlap on a 13-yard TD pass.
Dunlap returned a punt 56 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter, and had his second TD reception from Flanagan to open a 22-0 lead.
UV’s Trenton Zvifzdin scored on a TD before halftime paring the deficit to 22-8.
“Defensively we looked really good for three of the four quarters,” said UV coach Art Rigas. “Greene played great defense and special teams. Hat’s off to them.”
Dunlap scored on another TD reception in the third, and following Unadilla Valley’s second touchdown of the game, Dunlap returned the kickoff 79 yards for a score.