Cumberland Times-News

October 15, 2013

Calvary outlasts New Life


Cumberland Times-News

— FREDERICK — Caleb Snyder scored three goals, all in the first half, as fourth-ranked Calvary Christian outlasted New Life, 6-4 in high school boys soccer Monday.

The teams combined to score eight goals in the first half, including four in the first eight minutes.

George Seders gave the New Life the early lead with an unassisted score at 36:00. Conor Wilson tied it one minute later and Caleb Snyder put in a penalty kick a minute after Wilson’s score to give the Eagles a 2-1 advantage.

Tied 2-2, Caleb Snyder scored on an assist from Josh Snyder to put Calvary back up at the 27-minute mark. Cory Stopyra kicked two unassisted goals and Caleb Snyder added his third to tie it 4-4 at the break.

The second half was a stalemate until Josh Snyder scored with 22:00 remaining. Tyler Heavner got the final goal on a pass from Caleb Snyder with 12 minutes left.

Matt Dillow stopped 10 shots in goal for the Eagles. Chris Seders had seven saves for New Life.

Calvary, 13-3 overall and 11-1 in the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference will look to extend its 11-game conference win streak today when they host Faith Academ at 4:30 p.m.

Hope for Hyndman    1

McConnellsburg    0


McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. — Josh Cosgrove’s second half penalty kick was enough for Hope for Hyndman in a 1-0 win at McConnellsburg.

Both teams struggled to even put a shot on goal for much of the contest. Cosgrove took advantage of a McConnellsburg foul in to put in the game-winner with 16:21 remaining.

Josh Hiquet had five saves in goal for Hyndman. Hunter Walls made six saves for McConnellsburg.

Hope for Hyndman (7-9) plays at Forbes Road today at 4 p.m.

Saturday

Elkins    6

Hampshire    3


ROMNEY, W.Va. — Elkins scored four unanswered goals in a six-minute span late in the second half to beat Hampshire.

Hampshire led 3-2 after goals by Ryan Mowrey and Zach Davis early in the second half beforeā€ˆElkins stormed back with unassisted goals by Chris Bodkin, Barger Linkoln, Mason Schooner and Kollin Hopwood. Bodkin’s goal, in the 64th minute, started the comeback and Hopwood’s, in the 70th minute, completed it.

Hopwood finished with two goals for Elkins (9-7-2). Mowrey had two goals and an assist for Hampshire (5-12).

Elkins led in shots 18-9 and in corner kicks 5-3. Issak Lambert made five saves and Robert Judy one for Hampshire.

The Trojans host Petersburg today at 5 p.m.