Jillian Greene and Ally Missavage each scored a goal as host Maine-Endwell came from behind to defeat Greene, 2-1, in Section 4 field hockey Wednesday.
Trailing 1-0 in the second half, Jillian Greene converted a penalty corner to even the score with about 16 minutes remaining. Missavage tallied the winning goal, also off of a penalty corner, about five minutes later.
The Trojans took the lead when Katie Anderson beat multiple defenders to score from the top of the circle five minutes into the game.
M-E (8-1) will play in the Greene Tournament on Oct. 2.
Susquehanna Valley 213, Chenango Valley 214: The Warriors’ Devon Buckland and Dom Francavilla shot even-par rounds of 36 on the front nine at Belden Hill, but Susquehanna Valley’s balance earned it a Southern Tier Athletic Conference victory.
Buckland birdied Nos. 1, 2 and 5. Francavilla birdied the second.
D.J. Griffiths led the 9-1 Sabers with a 41 as all five SV scorers were separated by four strokes.
CV (2-8) is at Owego on Tuesday.
Windsor 196, Chenango Forks 211: Sophomore Tim Buchek required 13 putts on the front side at Golden Oak en route to a match-low 36 that helped Windsor to a STAC victory.
Buchek birdied to the first and fourth holes. Teammate Dylan Beckstead, also a sophomore, contributed his varsity-low score of 38 for the Black Knights (5-5), who will host Norwich on Thursday.
Seton Catholic Central 192, Owego 218: At Phesant Hill, the Saints improved to 10-0 record. Seton CC’s Tommy Davis shot the best high school score on the back nine this season, 34.
Union Endicott 3, Maine-Endwell 0: At Union-Endicott, senior Will Haley led the Tigers, who avenged a loss earlier in the season to Maine-Endwell.
Haley scored twice for the Tigers on quick counter attacks. Sophmore Nazar Fedorchuk scored off an assist from Haley.
Owego 5, Norwich 1: At Norwich, Ethan Pryor scored three goals to give the Indians a 3-1 halftime lead. Pryor added two more goals in the second half, sealing the STAC victory.
Susquehanna Valley 2, Chenango Valley 0: At Chenango Valley, Jake Evans and Ryan Hadfield each netted a first-half goal. Evans tallied the first goal and Hadfield the second, heading in the ball off of a corner kick.
Sabers goalkeeper Matt Merrell saved both shots he faced.
Trumansburg 3, Whitney Point 2: At Trumansburg, the Blue Raiders improved to 6-1-2 by defeating the Golden Eagles in overtime in the IAC matchup.
Senior striker Kelsey Kallstrom scored the winning goal from the 18-yard line six minutes into the first overtime period. Also scoring was 8th-grader Conor Baird, who sent in his first varsity goal in the 9th minute.
Dryden 6, Southern Cayuga 0: At Southern Cayuga, Taylor Bennett led Dryden with five goals, while also assisting on a goal by teammate Lexi Tracy. Dryden is 8-1 in IAC play, 8-2 overall thus far in the season.
Groton 2, Union Springs 1: At Groton, Sidney Reeves tallied the winning goal in the seceond half to lift the Indians. Brooke Brecht passed a through ball to Reeves, who scored from the 18-yard line six minutes into the half.
The Indians took a 1-0 lead at the end of the first half when Phyllis Rose scored on a 20-yard one-timer. The Wolves tied the game 30 seconds later when Erica Saroodis chipped a shot over the keeper.
Odessa-Montour 2, Watkins Glen 1: Two second-half goals by Sage Garrison rallied host Odessa-Montour (6-4) to the win.
Garrison tied the score at 1 on a 35-yard shot over keeper Katlyn Kernan with 20:44 left. She scored on the winner on a penalty kick after she was pulled down in the box. That goal came with 15:32 remaining.
Nicholas Cannon, Rob Centorani and Erin Saeger also contributed.