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September 30, 2013

Cats continue roll, beat Cecil

Trojans fall to 1-9 after 4-1 loss to Wolfpack

NORTH EAST — Former Mountain Ridge star Connor Eberly picked up his fifth shutout of the year and Potomac State remained unbeaten with a 4-0 victory against Cecil Monday afternoon.

The Catamounts are now 8-0-1 and have outscored their opponents 41-5. With a 3-0-1 record against Region XX teams, Potomac State will host Cristendom College on Wednesday.

Michael Blackburn scored the first of two goals when he was assisted by another Mountain Ridge graduate when Chris Ranker assisted him with 19:00 remaining in the first half to make it 1-0, but it would take until the second half for the Cats to get rolling on offense.

David Gogisvilli was assisted by Brandon Lee fo the first goal of the second half, Lee was assisted by Shaquille Guisippi to push the score to 3-0 and Blackburn added an unassisted goal with 12:48 left to make it 4-0.

Eberly made two saves during the shutout as the Cats defense limited Cecil’s time on offense. Potomac State outshot the Seahawks 19-2 and had a 7-2 advantage in coner kicks.

Tyler Budka had 12 saves for Cecil.

Westmoreland    4

Allegany    1

CUMBERLAND — PJ Bialas put in two goals for Westmoreland in a 4-1 win at Allegany College of Maryland Monday.

Bialas scored just 1:40 in, but both offenses struggled until Austin Loar tied it on a pass from Zach Steckman at 13:00.

The Wolfpack struck early again in the second half on an unassisted score by Levi Crawford. It extended the lead with a Kevin Bundridge score at 20:17, and Bialas added his second goal on an assist by Luke Douglas with 4:05 remaining.

Allegany College (1-9) plays at Westmoreland Wednesday at 4 p.m.

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