Tanner Hoose scored 1:30 into the game Tuesday, as Southwestern went on to a 3-0 win over Dunkirk (1-8-1, 1-6-0) during CCAA Division 1 boys' soccer action at Karl Hoeppner Field.
"We knew we had a tough match (Tuesday)," Dunkirk head coach Brian Crawford said. "(Southwestern's) so fast and we can't really match up with their speed. Our players tried hard, and I'm very happy with our effort."
Ross Bereseford scored a pair of goals in the first half to put the game away, his first coming in the 17th minute and the second in the 23rd minute.
OBSERVER?Photo by Craig?Harvey
Dunkirk’s Brad Matyjakowski clears the ball during Tuesday’s CCAA?Division 1 boys’ high school soccer game against Southwestern at Karl Hoeppner Field.
Nick Kobel played the first half between the pipes for the Marauders, stopping eight shots while Drew Messina made four second-half saves in the loss.
North?Collins 3,?West Valley 0
NORTH COLLINS - Todd Youngman scored two goals and Kyle Loretto earned his fifth shutout of the year as the North Collins Eagles (8-1, 7-1) blanked West Valley (2-6, 4-7), 3-0, Tuesday in CCAA Division 3 boys' high school soccer.
Jordan Keough added the team's third goal for the winners. Jared Keppel had two assists and David Lynch added one for the Eagles.
Loretto finished with four saves.
On Saturday, Jared Keppel scored six minutes into overtime to give North Collins an exciting comeback victory over Eden a non-league contest.
Keppel took a pass from Todd Youngman at about midfield, dribbled through the defense and flipped the ball perfectly over the Eden goaltender for the win.
Youngman had a game to remember also. Besides setting up the game-winning goal, he scored North Collins' first goal of the game after Eden jumped out to a 1-0 lead.
In the second half, the Raiders reclaimed the lead and held it until Youngman set up a cross pass to Garrett Martin, who drilled it home to knot the game at 2-up.
Martin normally plays defense, but was on the attack as the Eagles tried to come back.
Sophomore Kyle Loretto tallied 13 saves in net for the win.
North Collins resumes its league schedule, Tuesday, when it takes on West Valley at home.