Eagle soccer defeats Honesdale
Mountain View’s boys’ soccer team took an 8-0 win at home overNorth Poconoon Saturday and a 3-1 victory over Honesdale in a home game on Thursday afternoon.
AgainstNorth Pocono, Isaiah Cross had a hat trick and Zeb Cross added two goals and two assist to lead the Eagles to a win in a Lackawanna League Division I matchup.
Adding goals for the Eagles were Jon Chipelo, Dylan Thomas and Colby Thomas as the Eagles took 35 shots on goal with four corner kicks.
Goalie Nathan Moyer had a save, as did Bob Pfahl.
On Thursday, C. Thomas scored twice off feeds from Z. Cross and D. Thomas added a third goal on another Z. Cross assist to remain unbeaten at 3-0.
Mountain Viewtook 27 shots on goal and had six corners while goalie Moyer had three saves on net.
TheElkLakeboys’ soccer team picked up a 1-0 win overWest Scrantonat home on Saturday, faced a 4-3 loss at St. Gregory’s on Thursday and grabbed a 2-1 win overWestern Wayneat home on Wednesday.
On Saturday, Tanner Reyen scored off an assist from Matt Cuomo in the first half while the defense heldWest Scrantonscoreless to take the victory.
ElkLakehad 18 shots on goal and five cornesr while goalie Dan Noldy picked up nine saves.
Against St. Gregory’s, Elk Lake scored first off a goal from Tyler Arnold with a Reyen assist at 3:42 in the first half.
St. Gregory’s opened the second half to tie up the game before Cuomo scored forElkLakeoff a penalty kick to make it 2-1.
St. Gregory’s evened up the score at 45:50 before Cody Frannsen putElkLakeahead at 3-2 at 50:45.
However, a pair of unanswered goals from St. Gregory’s at 52:07 and 65:31 propelled the team over the Warriors.
ElkLakehad seven shots on goal and two corners Matt Woolcock had eight saves in the goal.
On Wednesday, the Warriors were led by Cuomo, who scored his first goal at13:05in the first half to make it a 1-0 game.
Western Wayne’s Sam Hoch scored at 42:39 in the second half to make it a tie game at 1-1 with time running out in the second half.
The game went into overtime where Cuomo scored the game-winning goal at 91:48.
ElkLaketook 20 shots on goal and had two corner kicks while goalie Nick Dudock racked up 23 saves throughout the contest.
The Montrose Area boys’ soccer team took a 4-1 win overWest Scrantonat home on Thursday and a 1-0 victory over St. Gregory’s in a home game on Tuesday evening.
Against West, Matt Lewis and Joe Zuber recorded two goals apiece and Zuber assisted Lewis’ second goal in the first half to lead Montrose.
Montrose had 23 shots on goal and six corners while goalie Justin Hartman had 10 saves.
On Tuesday, Lewis scored with 26 seconds left in the second overtime for the Meteor win.
Hartman made nine saves to post the shutout for Montrose.
The Meteors had 20 shots on goal and two corner kicks in the victory.
ForestCity’s boys’ soccer team took a 3-0 win atDunmoreon Saturday, a 5-1 win overCarbondaleat home on Thursday and an 8-3 victory over Old Forge on the road on Tuesday.
FacingDunmore, Dave Cavalieri scored a pair of goals and assisted on another from teammate Ryan Long to lead the Foresters to the win.
The team had 15 shots on goal and five corners while goalie Zack Sosnowski had six saves.
AgainstCarbondale, Cavalieri opened the scoring for the Foresters with a penalty kick at the4:50mark, and assisted two of Wade Loomis’ three goals in a Division III matchup.
Loomis scored a second half unassisted goal, and Cavalieri fed Ryan Long to cap the scoring with 18 minutes remaining.
ForestCityhad 18 shots on goal and nine corners while Sosnowski had five saves.
On Tuesday, Loomis kicked off scoring for the Foresters in the first half with goals at11:39and18:11.
Then, Cavailieri scored a hat trick on three consecutive goals at19:39,21:50and23:22before Long ended first half scoring with a goal at 26:40 off a direct kick.
In the second half, Loomis completed a hat trick with a goal at 50:30, before Old Forge would get on the board with a pair of goals at 51:44 and 55:24.
Nebzydoski scored for the Foresters with an assist from Loomis at 56:21 to make it an 8-2 game, and despite an Old Forge goal at 57:36 the Foresters took an 8-3 win.
ForestCityhad 29 shots on goal and six corners while Cody Barrese had nine saves on goal.
The Blue Ridgeboys’ soccer team faced a 3-1 loss at Dunmore on Thursday and tied with Riverside at home on Tuesday after two overtime periods, 1-1.
Against Dunmore, the Raiders went into halftime trailing 1-0 before Jake James hit Billy Rupakus at 59:00 to put the game at 1-1 in the second half.
However, a pair of unanswered goals by Dunmore doomed the Raiders. The team had 13 shots on goal and four corners while goalie Tama Galu-Edgar had 10 saves.
On Tuesday, Wes Ward got the Raiders on the board with a goal at 32:15 in the first half, before Jason Vishnesky of Riverside made it 1-1 at 63:09.
Blue Ridge had 10 shots on goal and seven corners while goalie Galu-Edgar had nine saves on the day.