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October 22, 2012

Campers roll 4-1

Allegany scores twice in each half, stays undefeated

CUMBERLAND — Derek Fuller recorded two goals, Johnny Tompkins scored two more coming off the bench as Allegany won its 12th game of the year Monday when it beat Northern 4-1 at Greenway Avenue Stadium.

The Campers enter their final regular season game against Southern on Wednesday with a 12-0-1 mark. They finished the AMAC at 7-0 to win the conference championship.

Derek Fuller gave Allegany a 1-0 when he was assisted by Corey Knipple at 22:02 and the lead grew to 2-0 when Johnny Tompkins scored unassisted.

Jared Fike was assisted by Andrew Moser  with 12:39 to slice the Campers’ lead to 2-1.

Fuller also scored the first goal of the second half with Dakota Bierman getting the assist before Tompkins finished scoring with 19:05 left on another unassisted goal.

“Both teams played with a playoff-like intensity, and I’m proud of the boys for mentally sticking with it and keeping the intensity all game.

“I think Nate Condor was the the ‘man of the match’ for us after making a big stop on a penalty kick and getting another big save late in the game. It’s also big when someone like Johnny Tompkins comes off the bench and scores two goals.”

Condor had eight saves on 11 Northern shots, while Alex Durst had seven saves for Northern. The Campers finished with five corner kicks to the Huskies’ two.

Northern finishes the regular season 7-3-1 and awaits Boonsboro in the Maryland 1A West Region playoffs.

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