COPAKE — Taconic Hills wrapped up the 2022 Patroon Conference golf championship with a 10.5-1.5 victory over Greenville on Wednesday.
Greenville’s Ryan Arp had the low score of the day with a 37. Taconic Hills’ Zach Rowe carded a 38.
Taconic Hills put all 6 golfers at 50 or below and “played fantastic from top to bottom,” according to Greenville coach Rob Gray. Jacob Hunter shot a 44, and Brady Jause 40 at the No. 2 and 3 spots, respectively.
Coxsackie-Athens lost a Patroon Conference golf match against Hudson at Thunderhart on Wednesday, 12-0.
Matt Burch and Josh Merchant of C-A shot solid rounds, but lost close matches to Gannon Logue and Mason Briscoe. Hudson’s Matthew Plaia shot a terrific 2 over par, 39, for the best round on the day.
Maple Hill 10,
Maple Hill defeated Cairo-Durham at Pheasant Hollow, 10-2, in Patroon Conference golf action on Wednesday.
Maple Hill improved to 6-5
Dean Selmer (MH) defeated Chris DeCiel (C-D) 2-0; Jacob Germaine (MH) defeated Gavin Warner (C-D) 2-0; Nate Sober (MH) defeated Marc Cammarata (C-D) 2-0 (*Sober shot a match high of 44 on the par 35 course); Dom Siciliano (MH) defeated Connor Jackson (C-D) 2-0; Ryan O’Connell (C-D) defeated Alex Therrien (MH) 2-0; Josh Camadine (MH) defeated Zoe Vogel (C-D) 2-0.
Gannon’s Logue’s 42 highlighted Hudson’s 7=5 Patroon Conference golf victory overCairo-Durham on Tuesday.
Gannon Logue (HUD) defeated Brendan Feeney (CD) 2-0 (*Gannon shot a 42 on the par 35 course to earn a sectional qualifying score); Mason Briscoe (HUD) tied Kevin Feeney (CD) 1-1; Matthew Plaia (HUD) defeated Chris DeCiel (CD) 2-0; Andrew Searing-Burke (CD) defeated Kameron Duntz (HUD) 2-0; Dylan McDonald (HUD) defeated Gavin Warner (CD) 2-0; Connor Jackson (CD) defeated Trent Keller (HUD) 2-0.
GERMANTOWN — Catskill caught Germantown on its heels from the opening whistle and its high octane offense produced 3 goals in the first 11 minutes of the game en route to an 8-2 victory in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference boys soccer game.
The Clippers struggled to stay with Catskill’s multiple runners in the box, resulting in easy goals for juniors Dominic Lanuto and Josue Tubon, sandwiched around a solid header into the back of the net from Devin Fitzmaurice.
Catskill continued its offensive assault with two goals by Rogan Byrne and single tallies by Ryan Carter, Ian Fitzmaurice, and Charlie Bertelle.
Germantown got one back at the 30-minute mark after a misplayed ball back to the keeper. Mason Ferrer blasted an indirect kick into the net from close range on a restart from Jackson Bowles. Kyan Anderson added a second goal less than a minute into the second half to close out the scoring.
WATERVLIET — Three players had two goals apiece in Greenville’s 7-0 Patroon Conference boys soccer victory over Watervliet/Heatly on Wednesday.
Ben Reinhard, Jonas Britton and Joe Davis all had two goals for the Spartans. Harrison McAnaney added one goal. Reinhard contributed three assists, Davis had two and Kieran Cullen and Peter Brutschin one apiece.
Aryanna Burbas scored two goals as Catskill defeated Germantown, 6-0, in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference girls soccer game.
Alex Hallam, Nixon Hawksby, Emily Allen and Kaylee Nearey each had one goal for the Cats. Hallam and Shaylyn Timot-Shook both had an assist.
Catskill had 33 shots on goal and 10 corner kicks. Germantown took two shots and had two corners.
Catskill goalkeeper Olivia White had one save. Germantown’s Leah Papp turned away 21 shots.
Maple Hill 8
Cairo Durham 0
CASTLETON — Evan Hirschoff scored five goal in Maple Hill’s 8-0 Patroon Conference girls soccer victory over Cairo-Durham on Wednesday.
Rachel Frazier, Haylee Spar and Claire Pulver each had one goal for the Wildcats, who led 3-0 at halftime.
Sydney Rogers recorded the shutout, stopping six shots. Cairo-Durham goalkeeper Addison Hall had seven saves.
GREENVILLE — Six layers reached the goal scoring column for Greenville in a 6-0 Patroon Conference girls soccer victory over Watervliet/Heatly on Wednesday.
Caroline Kosich, Ella Grupe, Ella Mulholland, Guinevere Brickman, Molly Gardiner and Aislinn O’Hare all scored a goal for the Spartans. Emersyn Grupe, Anna Motta, Julia Slater and Courtney Taibi each had an assist.