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SOCCER ROUNDUP: Catskill girls blank C-A

September 10, 2019 12:00 pm Updated: September 10, 2019 01:26 pm

COXSACKIE — Defending Patroon Conference champion Catskill won its second straight match on Monday, beating Coxsackie-Athens, 4-0.  

“Still working out some kinks,” Catskill coach, Caty Dodig said of her team’s performance. “We’re looking forward to getting back to practice.”  

Overall Catskill had 29 shots on the goal, with 17 in the first half and 12 in the second half. The Lady Cats also had one corner kick. 

Cats goalkeeper Laura Christman had nine saves on the goal.  

Of the four goals scored, Katie Bulich had two of them. Both Bulich’s goals were in the first quarter (8:28, 20:06). Aryanna Burbes scored a goal at the 27:24  mark and Kelsey Lackie had the fourth goal of the game in the second half (36:04). Maci Mosher and Kiana Salierno both contributed an assist.  

“We have a busy week ahead, but we are looking forward to it,” Dodig said.  

Coxsackie-Athens had nine shots on the goal for the game and one corner kick.

Sage Murphy had 19 saves for C-A. 

“We played well as a team today.” Dodig said, “The younger girls started to communicate more, which is good. We’re just trying to build that solid base and get the team gelling.”

Taconic Hills 6, Hudson 0

HUDSON — Taconic Hills outshot Hudson, 30-1, en route to a 6-0 victory in Monday’s Patroon Conference girls soccer match.

Marleah Perry had two goals and two assists for the Titans. Isabelle Hamann had one goal and one assist, Oriana Waite, Macayla Sparacino and Marissa Kernan one goal apiece and Aubrey Proper and Emma Rose Merchant one assist each.

“Both teams played hard and represented their respective schools with pride and respect,” Taconic Hills coach Patrick McDonald said. 

Maple Hill 1, Chatham 0 (2OT)

CASTLETON — Alayna Fletcher scored with 5:19 remaining in the second overtime period to give Maple Hill at 1-0 victory over Chatham in Patroon Conference girls soccer action on Monday.

Maple Hill goalkeeper Hannah Brewer had six saves.

Hannah Tayler (two saves), Haley Pulver (three saves) and Kamryn Hanson (two saves) all had a turn in goal for the Panthers.

Greenville 7, Cairo-Durham 2

GREENVILLE — Bella Trostle scored two goals and assisted on another to lead Greenville past Cairo-Durham, 7-2, in Monday’s Patroon Conference girls soccer game.

Emma Haller added two goals to the Spartans’ cause. Molly Quinn collected one goal and one assist, Kailin Silk and Meghan Misuraca each had a goal and Morgan Whitbeck picked up two assists.

Xxaria Makely and Olivia MacGiffert had one goal apiece for Cairi-Durham. Aurora Gomez had an assist.

Greenville goalkeeper Josephine O’Hare stopped two hits. Cairo-Durham’s Amber Powell had nine saves.

COLONIAL 
Ichabod Crane 5, Lansingburgh 2

LANSINGBURGH — Abigail Dolge recorded a hat trick to help Ichabod Crane post its first victory of the season on Monday, downing Lansigburgh, 5-2, in a Colonial Council girls soccer match.

After a very sloppy first half found the teams knotted at 2-2, the Riders took control of the second half with 3 goals to post the 5-2 victory.  

Dolge also had an assist for ICC. Ashley Ames chipped in with a goal and assist.  Emma Ressler also scored assisted by Camryn Hebert.  
Riders goalkeeper Cali Ringwood had seven saves.

NON-LEAGUE
Germantown 11, Webutuck 0

GERMANTOWN — The Germantown girls varsity soccer team picked up a convincing 11-0 non-league win in it’s 2019 home opener on Monday afternoon.

Germantown out-shot its opponents, 41-4, and out-possessed the squad from Section IX throughout.  

The Clippers attack was led by Emma Howard with four goals, Morgan Staats with three, Riley Gibbons with two goals and Olivia Johnson and Megan Dunn chipping in a goal apiece. 

Already up 5-0 at the half, coach Mike Pudney asked his talented squad to “share the ball and get everyone involved.” In addition to her two goals, Riley Gibbons assisted on three and set up three more with her patented long-service passes. 

“That sort of team possession play is going to serve us well in closer matches,” Pudney said.

A stingy Germantown defense and flawless keeper play by Kaitlyn Stagno and Hannah Hart led to the Clippers’ first clean sheet on the season.  
Germantown is 1-1 entering CHVL play today at Loundonville.

BOYS
COLONIAL
Ichabod Crane 4, Lansingburgh 1

VALATIE — Four players found the back of the net as Ichabod Crane defeated Lansingburgh, 4-1, in Monday’s Colonial Council boys soccer match.

Justin Meza, Edgar Gomez, Logan Groat and Joe Desmonie each had a goal ofr the Riders. Gomez also picked up an assist.

Ichabod Crane goalie Luke Desmonie had three saves.