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Soccer - 3rd vs. Salisbury

Event Type: Regular

Date: November 1, 2017


Event Recap:

On a cold wet field TP and Salisbury faced each other, each carrying the load of a frustrating season. The PRIDE got on the board within 5 minutes on an unassisted goal by Stephen Willey playing the attacking midfield position. Christopher Devanny and Taewon Kwon worked well together and scored two goals with Tae getting the assists and Chris the goals. Henry Hatfield scored to make the score 4-0 at the half.  However, tempers flared and both TP and Salisbury had one player ejected for the game and each team had another play get a yellow card.

Playing 10 vs. 10 TP began to run away with the game. Hatfield scored again and Willey had two more to give him a hat trick for the day. Tae and Lucas Brenwall (left footed!)also scored in the second half.

Lucas Hughes and Nolan McLear split the halves in goal for the shutout and Declan O'Brien, Hayden Peeks, Mike Yan, Nicholas Phillips, Thomas Solecki, and Henry Bi play well on defense. Willey, Hatfield, Jackson McAvoy and Jake Aloi passed well in the midfield. The offense with Devanny, Kwon, and Willie Ackerman kept steady pressure on the Salisbury backfield.

TP plays Taft a week from today for its final game and is looking to avenge the earlier loss.

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