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BOYS SOCCER: Wednesday's roundup

FANNETT-METAL 6, NORTHERN BEDFORD 2 >> Despite getting off to a slow start, Fannett-Metal righted the train and picked up a Sideling Hill League victory over Northern Bedford on Wednesday.

Northern Bedford scored first, but the Tigers (13-2, 9-1 SHL) answered just 20 seconds later with a goal from Kyler Goshorn and went on to score the next four goals in a row.

"That was positive to see that we responded like that," F-M coach Greg Best said. "Again, I thought our defense and our midfield played well. We got a lot of different people scoring tonight, which is good moving forward."

Mikell McGee finished with a pair of goals, while Kolby Hammond, Dylan Siebert and Becky Runk all scored one each.

Fannett-Metal 6, No. Bedford 2

No. Bedford11—2Fann.-Metal33—6

First half — (NB) Ethan Eckenroad, asst. Alec Gomer, 5th, (FM) Kyler Goshorn, asst. Levi Brady, 5th min, (FM) Mikell McGee, 10th, (FM) McGee 40th.

Second half — (FM) Kolby Hammond, asst. Wyatt Thorne, Layton Hoffmann, 48th, (FM) Dylan Siebert, 52nd, (NB) Own Goal, 54th, (FM) Becky Runk, 76th.

Shots — NB 10, FM 18; Corner kicks — NB 1, FM 10; Saves — NB 10 (Dakota Runner), FM 7 (Jamie Birgfeld 1, Colby Adams 6).

MCCONNELLSBURG 2, EVERETT 0 >> McConnellsburg scored a goal in each half to ensure a Sideling Hill League victory over Everett.

The Spartans (13-1, 9-1 SHL) came out of the gate strong with a goal from Patrick Keefer in the fourth minute of play. Jake Boehme then scored an insurance tally midway through the second half.

"I thought Everett played us pretty tough this evening," McConnellsburg coach Cory Houck said. "They kept the pressure on our midfield. Our defense did a good job of holding off the fast breakaway this evening."

Hunter Souders had three saves to preserve the shutout.

McConnellsburg 2, Everett 0


First half — (McC) Patrick Keefer, asst. Jake Boehme, 4th min.

Second half — (McC) Boehme, asst. Breadon Kylor, 68th.

Shots — Evt 3, McC 8; Corner kicks — Evt 5, McC 11; Saves — Evt 4 (Moen), McC 3 (Hunter Souders).

BERLIN 8, SOUTHERN FULTON 1 >> Berlin scored four goals in the final 15 minutes of the first half, and three more in the first six minutes of the second to overwhelm Southern Fulton.

For the Indians, Chase Varner scored the lone goal, to make it 7-1.

Berlin 8, So. Fulton 1

So. Fulton01—1Berlin44—8

First half — (B) T.Paul, asst. B.Brown, 25th, (B) B.Jenner, asst. Paul, 31st, (B) Paul, asst. Brown, 33rd, (B) Brown, asst. Paul, 38th.

Second half — (B) Brown, asst. Paul, 1st, (B) Brown, asst. Paul, 46th, (SF) Chase Varner, 49th, (B) Brown, asst. Jenner, 50th, (B) E.Smith, 79th.

Shots — SF 11, Ber 21; Corner kicks — SF 4, Ber 2; Saves — SF 10 (Juan Mazariegos 6, Collin Bard 4), Ber 5 (M.Engleka).