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September 13, 2013

Parker powers FH over Trojans

Scores 3 goals, assists on 2 in Sentinels’ 7-1 win

CUMBERLAND — Austin Parker scored three goals and assisted on two others as Fort Hill powered its way past Hampshire, 7-1, in high school boys soccer Thursday at Greenway Avenue Stadium.

The Sentinels (2-0 overall, 2-0 Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference) trailed 1-0 in the early going as Hampshire’s Ryan Moreland got the first goal, unassisted, eight minutes into the match.

Austin Heavner tied it on an assist from Shaolin Murray with 27:41 left in the half, and Parker put Fort Hill on top to stay by scoring on a pass from Jes Smith two minutes later.

Tyler Michael made it 3-1 by scoring on a feed from Parker at 20:45. Parker and Smith scored again in the final eight minutes for a 5-1 halftime lead. Austin Farrell got the assist on Parker’s goal, and Smith’s came off a corner kick from Heavner with 27 seconds on the clock.

Sidney Carroll scored on pass from Parker in the opening minutes of the second half, and Parker completed the hat trick by getting the final goal, with 18:11 to go, on a pass from Smith.

Fort Hill led in shots 25-2 and in corner kicks 5-0. Dalton Gaus made one save in goal for the Sentinels, and Isaak Lambert had seven for the Trojans.

Fort Hill will host Mountain Ridge in a league game on Saturday. The jayvees play at 6 followed by the varsity at 7:30. Hampshire (4-3, 2-2 AMAC) hosts Buckhannon-Upshur on Saturday at 3 p.m.

Bishop Walsh    9

Pendleton County    2


CUMBERLAND — Jakob Dale scored three goals and assisted on another one to lead Bishop Walsh to a victory over Pendleton County Thursday at Brother Stephen F. Paul Spartan Stadium.

Haven Mackie scored two goals for the Spartans, while Spencer Lin, Will Giles, Hector Koch and Timmy Wolodkin all scored one.

Giles and Ryan Dunn both had two assists for BW and Lin assisted one.

Bishop Walsh led 5-1 at the half and, for the game, outshot Pendleton, 29-4. The Spartans had a 5-2 advantage in corner kicks and goalkeeper Austin Crotts saved a pair of shots. Pendleton’s Shawn Chan saved 15.

Bishop Walsh (6-1) will play Allegany Saturday at Greenway Avenue Stadium with the junior varsity playing 10 a.m. and the varsity at 11:30 a.m.

Allegany    4

Calvary Christian    0


CUMBERLAND — Four players scored goals and Nate Condor turned away a penalty kick late in the second half to preserve the shutout as defending area champion Allegany opened its season by blanking Calvary Christian at Greenway Avenue Stadium.

The win extended the Campers’ regular-season unbeaten streak to 16 games (14-0-2).

Tim Carpenter and Thyago Silva scored unassisted goals in the first half to give Allegany a 2-0 advantage at the break.

Kerrigan Clark made it 3-0 with a goal on an assist from Austin Campbell, and Brett Vanderhout completed the scoring with an unassisted goal with just over five minutes left.

Allegany led in shots 15-5 and both teams had one corner kick. Condor made one save in goal for the Campers and Matt Dillow made three for Calvary.

The Eagles (2-2) play again today, at home, in a 4:30 game with Shalom. Allegany hosts Bishop Walsh on Saturday at Greenway. The jayvees play at 10 a.m. and the varsity at 11:30.

Northern    3

Southern    0


ACCIDENT — Jonah Schneider scored two goals to lead Northern over Southern at Northern on Wednesday evening.

Both of Schneider’s goals came in the first half. He was assisted by Jeff Beal at 36:17, then by Jacob Williams at 32:11.

Blake Meyers converted the lone second half goal unassisted at 12:10.

The Huskies put 12 shots on goal to Southern’s five. Alex Durst stopped three shots for Northern and Austin Graham halted seven for the Rams.

Northern (2-0) hosts Hyndman on Tuesday at 6 p.m. and Southern (0-3) plays at Allegany on Monday at 7 p.m.

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