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Greene Athletics Week in Review: 12/16 to 1/5

Varsity Wrestling (1/8): Oxford/Greene vs Walton/Delhi

Team Score- 66-13 L

O-G faced extreme adversity going into this match. Delhi consists of seasoned veterans, with their team being seniors and juniors, 5 of which are state ranked/place finishers, we had nothing to lose. Winning matches for O-G were Kaden Wakefield 13-0, Paul Baker 5-4 , and Noah Kennedy Fall 1:08.

O-G competes next this Saturday at the Cazenovia invitational tournament.

099        Kaden Wakefield (Greene-Oxford) maj dec Noah Sovocool (Walton-Delaware Academy) 13-0

106        Nate Merwin (Walton-Delaware Academy) pin Christian Bowers (Greene-Oxford) 1:59

113        Peyton Tweedie (Walton-Delaware Academy) pin Chris Palmiter (Greene-Oxford) 0:46

120        Cody Merwin (Walton-Delaware Academy) pin Tyler Brown (Greene-Oxford) 2:43

126        Caleb Robinson (Walton-Delaware Academy) pin Brady Smith (Greene-Oxford) 3:20

132        Chandler Merwin (Walton-Delaware Academy) pin Damien Hitt (Greene-Oxford) 3:42

138        Nick Lamoreaux (Walton-Delaware Academy) pin Hogan Ludolph (Greene-Oxford) 3:57

145        Paul Baker (Greene-Oxford) dec Will Pettit (Walton-Delaware Academy) 5-4

152        Skyler Pesout (Walton-Delaware Academy) fft

160        Kolby Polomcean (Walton-Delaware Academy) fft

170        Scotty Barnhart (Walton-Delaware Academy) pin Hayden Proppe (Greene-Oxford) 1:30

182        Kaiden Vernold (Walton-Delaware Academy) pin Jon Thurston (Greene-Oxford) 1:18

195        Noah Kennedy (Greene-Oxford) pin Ben Conrow (Walton-Delaware Academy) 1:08

220        Kalieb Stanton (Walton-Delaware Academy) pin Abram Parsons (Greene-Oxford) 0:39

285        No Match

(1/5: Elinsky Tournament Deposit): The OG wrestlers had a strong showing this weekend at the Stan Elinsky tournament. 14 athletes placed top 8. Mallory Fowler and Jon Thurston placed 8th, Paul Baker 7th, Chris Palmiter 6th, Vicky Fleury 5th,  Hayden Proppe  Damien Hitt, Tyler Brown and Lyric Libby finished 4th, Owen Marcin, Brady Smith and Abram Parsons finished in 3rd,  Kayden Wakefield placed 2nd. Noah Kennedy was crowned the Tournaments Most Outstanding Wrestler as he coasted through the finals with 2 falls and a major in the finals to take the championship. As a team, O-G finished as tournament runner up with  137.5 points. Congratulations!

(12/20): Congratulations to the O-G wrestling team on their 46-39 victory over the Unatego Spartans. Winning for O-G were Kaadin Wakefield, Christiana Bowers, Mallory Fowler, Nico Hubbard, Hogan Ludolph, Paul Baker, Noah Kennedy and Abram Parsons. Several of our starting wrestlers are still out on injury from the previous competition. Filling in those spots are our less experienced wrestlers. With the inexperience, small mistakes add up which was problematic for our wrestlers who had head to head matches last night. Our goal in the next few days are to work on positioning when in certain situations. Mat and body awareness are difficult skills to learn, and are only learned through experience / live wrestling.

Varsity Boys Basketball: Greene vs. WP (12/27/18)

Loss- 61- 53

Greene vs. Tioga (12/28/18): Win- 52-48. Evan Walters lead Greene in a great 2nd half of basketball- scoring 13 of his 19 points.  Nathan Barry stepped it up offensively as well with 10 of his 13 points in the second half.  Some well lead offense by Senior Point guard Spencer Klumpp helped controlled the 2nd half for Greene.   Greene’s offense was well distributed with seven players scoring. 

Greene vs Oxford (1/4/19): Win- 52-42. Greene was back in to league play on Friday to start the New Year.  The game started off very sloppy and slow.  Both teams had a difficult time on the offensive end with the Blackhawks holding a 23-22 lead at halftime.  Evan Walters came out with 12 points in the 2nd half to lead all scorers and finished with 18 total.  Nathan Parker came off the bench and hit a clutch 3 point shot at the end of the 3rd to put Greene ahead for good.  He also came up with 5 points in the 4th quarter to help seal the win for Greene.  Nathan Barry played MVP basketball shutting down the opponents leading scorer and finishing with 7 assists and 8 points to go along with 12 rebounds.

Current Record (1/7)-     2-1 League  6-3 overall

JV Boys Basketball (1/9): Greene defeated Sidney 65-38.  Drew Erickson led the way with 29 points, 10 rebounds, 7 steals, and 1 assist.  Kolby Finch added 15 points, 1 steal, and 1 blocked shot.  Joey Gibbs chipped in 6 points and 2 steals.

(1/3 vs Oxford): The Greene JV Boys opened the second half of the season with a conference win against Oxford.  Greene had 9 players score and 17 steals as they cruised to a 51-28 victory.   Drew Erickson had 18 points and 7 steals.  Jordan Carhart had 10 points and 3 rebounds.  Trenton Rapp added 7 points, 3 rebounds and 3 steals.  Cooper Klumpp chipped in points  4 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal. 

(12/29): The Greene JV Boys squared up against a very good team Friday night when they played Chenango Valley in the championship game of the Greene Boys Holiday Basketball Christmas tournament.   Chenango Valley ran out to a 22-10 first quarter lead as they ran the floor well, and moved the ball inside and out.  The lead was extended at halftime to 36-15.   Chenango Valley  had balanced scoring as eight players scored in the contest.   Greene’s Trenton Rapp was named to the all tournament team.  

(12/27): The Greene JV Boys came out in their 1-2-2 full court press in the first half and gave Whitney Point all kinds of problems getting the ball over half court.  Drew Erickson, Trenton Rapp and Calob Davenport had 11 steals between them.  By halftime, Greene had a 34-25 lead.  In the second half, Whitney Point clawed their way back into the game and tied it with a few minutes left in the fourth quarter.  Jordan Carhart hit a shot inside the paint  late in the game to give Greene a two point lead.  Greene’s defense took over in the final 23 seconds of the game, they dug in on the defensive end and won by two points 46-44.  Koby Finch had 14 rebounds for the game. 

(12/19): The Greene JV Boys ended the first quarter with a 14-7 lead.  Newark Valley went on a 19-6 in the second quarter, as the intensity of the game heightened.   Greene came out in the second half and wiped away a 10 point lead as they held their composure against a very physical Newark Valley team.   Drew Erickson went 13-16 from the foul line , Jordan Carhart added 17 points and Trenton Rapp chipped in 15 points.  Calob Davenport and Dallas Roe dominated the backboards as Greene ran away in the fourth quarter with a 55-43 win. 

8th Grade Boys Basketball (1/5): The 8th grade boys basketball team only played one contest this past week. On Saturday the team hosted Walton. Greene took an early 6-0 lead, however Walton went on a 10 point run to finish the half in the lead 16-17. Trailing at half, the 8th grade team made some adjustments and quick counteractive plays to go ahead after a solid 3rd quarter by a score of 31-22. In the 4th quarter solid defensive play, and heady use of the clock by the offense, allowed the victory to be sealed. Greene won the game by a score of 31-37. Liam Flanagan led the team with 14 points, however Corey Swift had his best outing of the year. Corey finished with 8 points and 4 steals, sparking the team with multiple hustle plays and finishing his foul shots in the 4th quarter when needed. The team remains undefeated at 4-0.

7th Grade Boys Basketball (1/5): Trojans 38  BG 8.  Highlights: Joel Vialandi 8 Points, Trevor Ketcham 8 points. Rest of team combining contributing the remaining 22 points. 4-0 on the year so far!

Varsity Girls Basketball (1/8):  The varsity girls’ basketball team improved to 4 and Zero in the league with a 74-18 win over Sidney last night. Emma Smith scored 20 points and McKenna Sergi scored 18 to lead the offense, which also got 11 points from Kylee Peck and 10 points from Katelynn Pratt. Olivia Kennedy had 5 assists and 4 points, while Madison Rice, Alex Brown, McKenzie Drew and Baileigh Estabrook also had multiple points for the team.

(1/4): The varsity girls improved to 3-0 in league play with a 42-39 overtime win over Oxford on Friday night. McKenna Sergi had 21 points, while Emma Smith and Madison Rice added 8 and 5 points, respectively.

JV Girls Basketball (1/8):  JV girls defeated Sidney 45-9 last night.  Kylie Ferris had 9 points to lead the scoring.  8 players scored for Greene.  Next game is at Hancock on Friday. JV girls improve their record to 6-5.

(1/4): JV girls lost to Oxford 34-28.  Trailing the most of the game the JV girls took a 6pt lead late but was unable to hold the lead.  Record is 5-5.

(12/27): JV girls defeated WP on Dec. 27th 31-27 to earn a spot in the championship game at NV in their Holiday tournament.   Shelby Holt led Greene with 15pts and numerous rebounds.  In the championship game v NV JV girls took their worse loss of the season 52-22. 

(12/19): JV girls defeated Dryden last night 33-28.  Trojans were led by Payton Yahner with 13 points and Shelby Holt who added 12 points.  JV girls record is 4-2. 

Boys Varsity Swimming (1/8): Johnson City 81 and Greene 59.  Our boys swam well at Johnson City, posting close to best times for the season. Top finishers were- Luke DeJager finished second in the 200 Free (personal best time). Dustin Markham finished second in the 200 IM (personal best time). Trent deHaan finished second in the 50 Free and 100 Free (personal best time). Kevin Gyurik swam a personal best time in the 50 free & 100 backstroke.

(12/20): Greene 84 and Watkins Glen 77.  Greene took first in many events this meet! The 200 Medley Relay team of Kevin Gyurik, Bailey Smith, Geoffrey Walker, & Dalton Krupp finished first. Luke DeJager won the 200 free. Trent deHaan won the 50 free, followed by Dalton Krupp in second place. Luke DeJager won the 100 fly, followed by Dustin Markham in second place. Trent deHaan won the 100 free, followed by Geoffrey Walker in second place. The 200 Free Relay team of Geoffrey Walker, Dustin Markham, Luke DeJager, & Trent deHaan won the 200 Free Relay. Dustin Markham won the 100 back, followed by Kevin Gyurik in second place. The 400 Free Relay team of Kevin Gyurik, Luke DeJager, Trent deHaan, & Dustin Markham won.

(12/18): Lansing 90 and Greene 68. Dustin Markham won the 50 free & 500 free, Bailey Smith won diving. The 200 Free Relay team of Kevin Gyurik, Luke DeJager, Dalton Krupp, Dustin Markham finished first. Luke Dejager swam a season best in the 100 fly. Ethan Ketzak swam a season best in the 50 free & 100 back. Dalton Krupp swam a personal best in the 100 free. Dustin Markham swam a season best in the 500 free. Geoffrey Walker swam a personal best in the 100 breaststroke.

Bowling (1/9): Congratulations to the boys bowling team for taking 3 out of 4 points against UV last night. Brandyn Scott was very strong achieving a 621 high series. The boys won overall by only 129 pins.

(1/8): Congratulations to the boys bowling team for taking 3 out of the 4 points against Sidney last night.

They had a high of 2653 pins, Sidney had 2588. All three games were very close. Brandyn bowled a high series of 680.

(1/4): Jakob Funnell had a 670 series.  A 267 first game. Brandyn Scott had a 225 second game.  Mikayla Trost had a high 177 third game.  Halia Tallett had a high 186 first game.

(12/27): Holiday Tournament: Brandyn Scott first place series; Jakob Funnell second place series; Cade Niemi third place high handicap.

(12/21): Greene girls took 2 points and Oxford points.  Kayli Willis had a high 518 series.

(12/18): Deposit took all 4 points for the boys and girls.  The boys match was close, 103 pin difference.

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