Boys’ Soccer Defeats North Harford, Falls to C. Milton

Troy Dureza

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On Monday, October 2, 2017, Bobcats Boys Soccer faced off with North Harford on the road and C. Milton Wright at home on Wednesday, October 5.

Bobcats Boys soccer played their third game of the league season against the North Harford Hawks.  Both the Bobcats and the Hawks were trying to find their way to the net in the first half with little success, as the half ended with the score 0-0.  Bobcats took control in the second half with two quick goals scored by senior captain Vince Rose, and sophomore Ethan Lassen. Hawks were able to add a consolation goal at end of the game but still came short with the game ending in the Bobcats’ favor with the score of 2-1.

Bobcat’s second league game of the week was played against C. Milton Stallions.  C. Milton took control of the game with a quick goal scored by junior Connor Appleby giving them a 1-0 lead throughout the half. C. Milton’s sophomore Nick Dunstan-Maiese was able to put the ball in the net midway through the second half and C. Milton was able to shut the Bobcats out for the remainder of the game. The final score was 2-0 C. Milton.

“We started off a little slow against North Harford on Monday.” Said senior Josh Munley. “The field conditions were certainly not favorable but that isn’t an excuse for our poor first half. I’m glad we were able to find a way to win in the end.”

Bel Air’s record for the season is 7-2 after the win against North Harford and the loss against C. Milton.  The Bobcat’s League Season record is now 3-1.

“There’s no doubt we struggled against CMW. They’re a strong side but I definitely thought the result could’ve been different.” said Senior captain Connor Lorenz. “We have a few more games left in the season and I’m confident that we can rebound.”

Bobcats Boys Soccer’s next home game is on October 14, against Good Council. The Bobcats are hoping to rebound from their last defeat, and would love some support from Bobcat Nation at Bobcat Stadium on that day.

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Boys’ Soccer Defeats North Harford, Falls to C. Milton