Birds beat Greenville, then lose to Ichabod Crane

The Enterprise –– Jordan J. Michael

Light feet: Freshman Sean Nolan dribbles the ball for Voorheesville during its 1-to-0, Class B, first-round victory over Greenville last Thursday. Nolan scored the winning goal off a cross from teammate Luke Gorka in the second half.

 

The Enterprise –– Jordan J. Michael

Looking like an Amedeo Modigliani portrait, Voorheesville senior Christian Keenan peers over at the Ichabod Crane bench just as Monday’s Class B quarterfinal soccer match starts. Keenan was part of the Birds’ strong defensive line, but the number-one state-ranked Riders were able to score four times, ending Voorheesville’s season.

 

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