High school roundup: Greene's hat trick helps M-E top JC in girls lacrosse

High school roundup: Greene's hat trick helps M-E top JC in girls lacrosse

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High school roundup: Greene's hat trick helps M-E top JC in girls lacrosse

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Jillian Greene registered three goals and an assist, helping the Maine-Endwell girls lacrosse team defeat visiting Johnson City 12-8 in Friday’s Section 4 matchup. Greene scored two of her girls in the second half, and was supplemented by Madison Burlingame, Chelsea Cable and Michelle Savoldy, who netted two goals apiece.

Ally DiFulvio and Lauryn Stocks scored the other two goals for the Spartans (3-0), and Hannah George made eleven saves, with eight of them coming in the second half.

Emily Russin scored four goals to lead JC (0-1), and goalie Becky Conklin made eight saves.

Vestal 17, Binghamton 5: At Binghamton, the Golden Bears showed a powerful offensive attack in the first half, tallying 13 goals. Tomasina Leska played well, picking up six points.

For Leska, it was her third straight game in which she has recorded six or more points. The Patriots (1-2) got two goals each from Lauren McPeek and Colleen Holleran in the defeat. Vestal (3-1) made the most of the its opportunities on the scoring end, capitalizing on 17 of 24 shots en route to a third straight blowout win after dropping their season opener.

Corning 15, Union-Endicott 2: Neena Merola registered three goals and three assists and Taylor Mathis added a hat trick, helping the Hawks (4-1) rout U-E in Section 4 play. Kelly McCloe and Laura Proctor each tallied a goal for the Tigers.

Horseheads 17, Elmira 4: At Elmira, Crystal Powers tallied five goals and four assists and Abbey Benesh netted four goals, helping Horseheads throttle the Express in a Section 4 contest.

Erin Strollo, Tatum Benesh and Jessica Schiefen each scored two goals for the Blue Raiders, and Danielle Sherman made four saves.

Elmira’s Shelby Brost tallied two goals.

Boys lacrosse

Ithaca 8, LaSalle 3: At Ithaca, the Little Red went on a 4-0 run in the second quarter to seal a victory over LaSalle. The offense was at a peak as Charlie Estill and Zach Johnson each scored hat tricks for the Little Red.

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