KEYSER, W.Va. —Brandon
Lee’s hat trick helped
Potomac State construct a 5-0
a 5-1 win
undefeated in a meeting of
Region XX opponents.
Lee scored twice in the
opening half, netting the first
goal at 17:25 on an assist from
Jerad Fike and the second on
an assist from Shaquille
Guiseppi. Gabe Kiddy scored
an unassisted goal 10:50 into
play, and Guiseppi scored the
final goal of the first half 21
second after assistingon
Lee’s second goal.
Chris Ranker assisted Lee
at 27:38 of the second half to
close out scoring for the Cats.
Abdel Alnimiry scored an
unassisted goal for Northern
Virginia with 24:16 left to play.
The score was wider than
what the other statistics
would imply as NOVA trailed
PSC in shots by only two (12-
10) and finished tied in corner
The 5-0-1 Catamounts are
now 3-0-1 in the Region XX
and will play Wednesday, 4:30,
at Blue Ridge. Northern Virginia
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CUMBERLAND — Chris
Peralta scored a goal and
assisted on two others to lead
Frederick Community College
over Allegany on Monday
afternoon at the Allegany
College of Maryland.
Peralta’s first goal came on
a penalty kick at the 41:30
mark of the first half giving
the Cougars a 2-0 lead. A
minute earlier, Jason Werner
took Peralta’s first assist for
Eric Yutzy, a Fort Hill graduate,
pulled the Trojans to
within one with his goal on
Abu Koroma’s assist.
Caleb Olson closed the
scoring early in the second
half on Peralta’s second
Frederick (6-3-1) led in
shots on goal 16-4.
William Teye made 17
saves for the Trojans.
Allegany (0-6) hosts Cecil
KEYSER, W.Va. —Brandon
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