BOYS SOCCER: Friday's roundup
WILLOW HILL >> Hyndman and Fannett-Metal combined for three goals in the first 10 minutes of the game, and the rest of the way the Tigers were trying in vain to catch up.
The Hornets erased an early F-M lead when Hunter Scaife knocked in a pair of goals in a span of 3:05 and then hung on for the non-league boys soccer victory.
Fannett-Metal coach Greg Best said, "On both of their goals we had a defender fall down, allowing their kid to get free and he hit nice shots both times. We just had a mental lapse for three minutes and it cost us."
Mikell McGee got the Tigers (3-2) on the board just 1:46 into the game when he headed in a nice cross from the left side by Layton Hoffmann. But, although Fannett-Metal led in shots 19-5, that was all they could score.
"We played hard, we controlled the ball and I was proud of the guys," Best said, "but they packed it in and every shot we took was either deflected or saved."
Hyndman 2, Fannett-Metal 1
First half — (FM) Mikell McGee, asst. Layton Hoffmann, 38:14, (H) Hunter Scaife, 33:42, (H) Scaife, 30:47.
Shots — Hyd 5, FM 19; Corner kicks — Hyd 1, FM 7; Saves — Hyd 14 (Joshua Hiquet), FM 3 (Jamie Birgfield).
FORBES ROAD 3, BELLEVILLE MENNONITE 2 >> Jim Kendall scored the game-winning goal with 3:46 remaining in the second half to lift Forbes Road to its first win of the season, 3-2 over Belleville Mennonite in a non-league game.
Aaron Schepis scored the lone goal of the first half and added an assist in the second for the Cardinals (1-3). Kendall scored Forbes Road's second goal to give it a 2-1 lead in the second half.
Forbes Road 3
Belleville Mennonite 2
Forbes Road12—3Belleville Menn.02—2
First half — (FR) Aaron Schepis, asst. Owen Gilbert, 29:25.
Second half — (BM) Derek Byler, 11:51, (FR) Jim Kendall, asst. Schepis, 19:10, (BM) Daunte Scott, 33:29, (FR) Jim Kendall, 36:14.
Corner kicks — BM 7, FR 3; Saves — BM 4 (Peyton Romig), FR 5 (Bryce Ulsh).
SOUTHERN FULTON 11, JOHNSTOWN CHRISTIAN 0 >> Southern Fulton put on an offensive display in an 11-0 non-league win over Johnstown Christian.
Benji Voight scored four goals and added an assist for the Indians (2-2), Chase Varner collected three goals and four assists and Raymond Truax added two goals and a pair of assists.
SF, which held a 51-0 advantage in shots, also got goals from Cam McCray and Collin Bard.
Southern Fulton 11
Johnstown Christian 0
Johnstown Chr.00—0Southern Fulton74—11
First half — (SF) Benji Voight, 2nd minute, (SF) Voight, asst. Raymond Truax, 18th, (SF) Truax, 19th, (SF) Chase Varner, asst. Truax, 21st, (SF) Voight, asst. Cam McCray, 27th, (SF) Voight, asst. Varner, 33rd, (SF) McCray, 35th.
Second half — (SF) Collin Bard, asst. Varner, 41st, (SF) Truax, asst. Varner, 43rd, (SF) Varner, 47th, (SF) Varner, asst. Voight, 60th.
Shots — JC 0, SF 51; Corner kicks — JC 0, SF 11; Saves — JC 20 (J.Roose), SF 0.
SHENANDOAH VALLEY 6, CUMB. VALLEY CHRISTIAN 1 >> Cumberland Valley Christian held Shenandoah Valley to a 1-0 halftime score, with the goal coming one second before the whistle, but was outscored 5-1 in the second half.
Spencer Propst scored the goal for the Blazers (2-6), assisted by Sterling Bard, to make the score 3-1.
On Thursday, CVC was edged 3-2 by Faith Christian, with Soto Ono and Daniel Vandersleen getting the goals and Grant Carter and Eric Woo earning assists.
Blazers coach Stan Hott said, "Eli Black had good games in goal both nights; he's getting good spacing. Kenneth Hott and Sterling Bard played well in the midfield for us on Thursday and created passing lanes for us."
Cumb. Valley Christian
Shen. Valley15—6CV Christian01—1
First half — (SV) Ian Fromack, 39:59.
Second half — (SV) Joshua Small, 53rd, (SV) Luke Phaneuf, 60th, (CVC) Spencer Propst, asst. Sterling Bard, 62nd, (SV) Abel Green, 70th, (SV) Kenton Geyer, 72nd, (SV) Steven Bell, 76th.
Shots — SV 20, CVC 10; Corner kicks — SV 7, CVC 3; Saves — SV 9, CVC 14 (Eli Black).