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Maple Hill wins thriller on the pitch

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    Greenville’s Aidan O’Connor (left) races down the field as Maple Hill’s Tyler Hanrahan gives chase in Patroon Conference varsity boys soccer Wednesday.
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    Maple Hill’s Rian Jewett (21) and Greenville’s Garrett Delong battle for possession.
September 12, 2018 10:57 pm Updated: September 13, 2018 11:07 am


GREENVILLE — In a game that came down to the final 40 seconds, Maple Hill snuck past Greenville 2-1 in Patroon Conference varsity boys soccer Wednesday.

Bergen Criswell opened up the scoring for Greenville in the 26th minute to put the Spartans up early on.

In the second half, Maple Hill knotted up the game at 1-1 after a handball in the box gave the Wildcats a penalty kick. Christian Beber took advantage of the opportunity and converted with 25:23 remaining in the game.

With under a minute left on the clock, Greenville keeper Morgan Gergen came out of the box to make a save and was run into by an opposing player, though no call was made. Wildcats’ Rian Jewett picked up the rebound and sent a cross to Bryan Jacobs, who buried the game-winner with 39.3 seconds to go.

On the day, Greenville outshot Maple Hill 5-4. In the net, Gergen had five saves as MH keeper Aiden Percy had seven.

Coxsackie-Athens 2, Cairo-Durham 1

CAIRO —A Coxsackie-Athens penalty kick with five minutes left in the game proved to be the difference maker in the Indians 2-1 victory over Cairo-Durham Wednesday afternoon in Patroon Conference boys soccer action.

Mustangs' Corbin Riverburgh opened the scoring, netting a goal off an assist from Diego Rivera in the 20th minute, to give Cairo-Durham a 1-0 lead they held into halftime.

Cairo-Durham came out of the halftime break flat, and Coxsackie-Athens capitalized with a goal from Jamison Baker, tying the game at one apiece.

With five minutes left, a Baker penalty kick gave Coxsackie-Athens the 2-1 victory.

Coxsackie-Athens outshot Cairo-Durham 18-4.

Cairo-Durham keeper Robert Lampman finished with nine saves.

Coxsackie-Athens improves to 3-1 while Cairo-Durham falls to 0-4.


Catskill 4, Taconic Hills 0

CRARYVILLE — Catskill blanked Taconic Hills 4-0 in Patroon Conference varsity girls soccer on Wednesday night.
Jenna Quick scored twice for the Lady Cats while Katie Bulich added a goal and TH provided an own goal. Quick added an assist in the win.

Emma Willard 3, Germantown 1

GERMANTOWN — The Germantown Lady Clippers were dealt their first loss Wednesday afternoon at the hands of the Emma Willard Lady Jesters 3-1 in CHVL girls soccer action.

Emma Willard held a 1-0 lead at the half after a goal from Evelyn Coates.

Six minutes into the second half Emma Willard struck again, this time Ava Turner found nylon.

Germantown eventually answered with a goal from Olivia Johnson off an assist from Julia Howard. Yet it wasn't enough with Turner finding nylon a second time for Emma Willard and closing the door on a Germantown comeback.

Emma Willard held a 13-5 shots on goal advantage and Lady Clippers keeper Kaitlyn Stagno had four saves.

Germantown (3-1) hosts New Lebanon on Friday at 4:15 p.m.


Chatham 6, Hudson 1

HUDSON — The Chatham Panthers cruised past the Hudson Bluehawks 6-1 on Wednesday in Patroon Conference tennis action.

Chatham improves to 6-0 while Hudson falls to 0-3. 

RESULTS (CH listed first): Aaliyah Harris def by. Kristin O'Connell 6-8; Jahnaya Armstrong def. Sarah Li 8-2; Lillian Nowak def. Autum Kudlack 8-4; Margot Schassler def. Melina Juene 8-0; Anna Miles won via forfeit; Doubles: Sydney Newton/Sydney Putnam def. Malaysia Singh/Kat Scali 9-7; Han Sook Baneni/Sonam Verma def. Liz Gomez/Abida Begum 9-7.


Schoharie 4, Coxsackie-Athens 3

SCHOHARIE — Schoharie edged Coxsackie-Athens 4-3 on Wednesday in non-league tennis action.

Coxsackie-Athens (2-3) travels to Cairo-Durham today at 4:15 p.m.

RESULTS (Schoharie listed first): Margot Williams def by. Rachael Tyner 1-6, 2-6; Alaina Sholtes def. Sarah O'Leary 7-6(7-0), 6-4; Misha Carter-Smith def by. Sarah Tyner 3-6, 6-3, 5-10; Mackenzie Diamnod def. Samantha Karlsson 6-4, 1-0; Allison Gallagher def. Myesha Alam 6-0, 6-0; Doubles: Mary Palmeri/Skylar Willard def. Rachel Marino/Carlota Flavia 7-6 (8-6); Josia Mantras-Johnston/Jazman Carrera (CA) won via forfeit.


Cairo-Durham 7, Catskill 5

CATSKILL — Cairo-Durbam edged Catskill 7-5 on Wednesday in Patroon golf action at Catskill Golf Course.

Catskill travels to take on Maple Hill at Pheasant Hollow Golf Course on Friday at 4 p.m.

RESULTS (CD listed first): Josh Matteson ties with Dylan Osswald (1pt); Eugene Somers def by. Ricky Edwards (2pt); Phebe Cunningham def by. Storm Hicks (2pt); Jordan Cody (2 pt) def. Mike Jubie; Steven Maggio (2 pt) def. Ryan Prazinski; Brendan Feeney won via forfeit (2 pt)

Hudson 8, Taconic Hills 4

COPAKE — The Hudson Bluehawks defeated the Taconic Hills Titans 8-4 on Wednesday in Patroon Golf action at Copake Country Club.

Madison Bentley officially qualified for the Section II Golf tournament with his fifth sectional score. Bentley shot par 36.

Hudson's Brady McDonald shot a team-low 47.

Hudson improves to 5-0 while Taconic Hills falls to 3-2.

Chatham 13, Greenville 11

VALATIE — Chatham notched a 13-11 victory over Greenville at Winding Brook Country Club on Wednesday in Patroon Conference varsity golf.

Panthers’ Zach Gregg shot a 45 while Greenville’s Trey Smith had a match-low 40.


Hunter-Tannersville 183, Windham-Ashland-Jewett 196

WINDHAM — The Hunter-Tannersville Wildcats edged the Windham Warriors 183-196 on the links Wednesday in Delaware League golf action.

Windham's Peter Pranzo shot a team-low 42, Ryan Prandi finished with a 44 and Liliana Pranzo shot a 50.

For Hunter-Tannersville shot a match-low 40, Grady Glennon finished with a 46, Kaeden Leach added a 48, and Jason McDevitt finished with a 49.

Windham (3-5, 3-4) hosts Margaretville today at 4 p.m.