G-MU 6, Roxbury 4
COPES CORNERS – G-MU regrouped after a poor first half to score five unanswered goals and win its third straight game.
Coming off back-to-back shutouts, the Raiders’ (6-8-1) recent run of success looked like it might be short-lived as they trailed 4-1 at halftime. “I was kind of disappointed by our first-half effort,” said G-MU coach Mark Luettger. “They must have listened to what I said (at halftime).”
Alex Schmidt cut the three-goal deficit to two, and junior Cody Hall scored three straight goals, the last for the lead at 21:03. Tim Sloan added an insurance goal with 16 minutes remaining. “We had a lot better effort to the ball and won more loose balls in the second half,” Luettger said. “And we didn’t make the same defensive mistakes.”
The Raiders host Laurens today.
(4-1 Roxbury at half)
Goals-assists: (R) Ryan Skipper, 1-0, Jamie VanDyke, 2-0, Owen Sanford, 1-0, (G) Alex Schmidt, 2-0, Tyler Wildfeir, 0-2; Cody Hall, 3-0, Tim Sloan, 1-0.