Tag: James Mitchell

Section 2 Class B boys soccer playoffs: Schalmont, Ichabod Crane among first round winners

Quarterfinal match-ups are now set in Class B, as eight boys soccer teams advanced to the next round of the Section 2 playoffs Wednesday, Oct. 17.

Top-seeded Schalmont (14-1-2) shut out Colonial Council rival Cohoes 4-0 in Rotterdam. Dom Scalice tallied twice for the Sabres, who shook off a slow start to pull away with three second-half goals. Zach Metzold and Dylan Martin also scored goals.

Goalkeeper Jordan Prouty made 12 saves for No. 16 Cohoes (3-15-0). Continue reading “Section 2 Class B boys soccer playoffs: Schalmont, Ichabod Crane among first round winners”

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Patroon Conference boys soccer: Overtime penalty kick gives Greenville a victory over Taconic Hills

James Mitchell’s penalty kick goal lifted Greenville to a 3-2 overtime victory over Taconic Hills in a Patroon Conference boys soccer game Thursday, Sept. 20.

Kolby Clegg gave Taconic Hills a 2-1 lead with a second-half goal off a pass from Nole Atwood, but Isaiah Edmonds’ shot on a set piece eluded the outstretched hands of backup goaltender Teagan Campion-Pratt to tie the score at 2-2 for Greenville.  Continue reading “Patroon Conference boys soccer: Overtime penalty kick gives Greenville a victory over Taconic Hills”

Greenville boys soccer takes another shot at winning the Section 2 Class C title

Greenville

Head coach: Nathan Forrest

Last year’s record: 15-4-1

Playoff result: Class CC champions; lost the C/CC unification game to Maple Hill

Returning starters: James Mitchell (center defense/midfielder), Tim Berinacki (center attack/midfielder), Bergen Criswell (striker), Aidan O’Connor (right midfielder), John Morgan Gergen (goalkeeper)

Graduated: Paul Mitchell (center attack/midfielder), Cole Ackerman (striker), Milton Edmonds (center back), Seamus Kappel (center back), Liam Krasney (center back), Peyton Russell (center defense/midfielder)

Newcomers: TBD

Outlook for season: Forrest said the Spartans’ goals this year are to “compete for the Patroon Conference title and build on that momentum into Sectionals.”