Crusaders Continue To Possess Second Place With 6-0 Over Corning Christian Academy
Published: October 9th, 2017
By: Meagan Schulz

CORNING – Valley Heights Christian Academy boys soccer traveled to Corning Friday. With hopes to keep their win streak going and keep second place in the ESCAL standings, they scored six in route to their win over Corning Christian Academy.

VHCA scored three goals in each half as they blanked the host team. Firing on all cylinders, the Crusaders totalled 20 shots. Six passed by CCA’s goalie Harnisch, as all goals were scored by different players for Valley Heights.

The defense was anchored by Aidan Lowie and Goalkeeper Johnathan Lawrence as they handled any threats that came close from Corning and finished the shutout.

 

VHCA: 3 3 – 6

CCA: 0 0 – 0

Shots-Goals-Assists:VHCA A. Evans 4-1-3, Jason Graham 4-1-0, J. Duvall 5-1-0, Jared Graham 2-1-1, J. Conant 2-1-1, T. Stockwell 2-1-0, A. Borden 1-0-0; CCA M. Cornfield 2-0-0, B. Hornisch 1-0-0, B. Smith 1-0-0, D. Travis 1-0-0, I. Case 1-0-0, B Hayes 2-0-0, R. Hibbard 1-0-0

Saves-Goals Allowed: VHCA J. Lawrence 6-0; CCA I. Harnisch 13-6


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