2017-09-13 / Sports

Cardinals fall against Marlette

BY SPORTS STAFF


Dryden’s Cody Hultquist passes against Marlette in Monday’s 3-1 to Marlette at Dryden. 
Photo by Austin VanDaele Dryden’s Cody Hultquist passes against Marlette in Monday’s 3-1 to Marlette at Dryden. Photo by Austin VanDaele DRYDEN — The Dryden varsity soccer team hosted Marlette on Monday, resulting in a 3-1 loss to the Red Raiders. Game details were not reported in time for our Tuesday morning press deadline.

Dryden returns to the field today at Brown City and hosts Mt. Morris tomorrow. — B.P.

ALMONT: The Raiders faced off against Pontiac on Monday and fell 5-1. Pontiac held a 2-0 lead at halftime. Drew Revoldt had Almont’s only goal on an assist from Ryan Miller. Revoldt had 13 saves in net and Shane Bailey had eight.

“Almont boys improved every minute of the game and show me that they are not afraid of playing tougher opponents,” said Dylan Edgerton, Almont coach.

On Saturday, Almont fell to Lutheran North Northwest 5-2. Tyler Eldridge and Jimmy Ostrander had a goal each, both assisted by Miller. Bailey had 12 saves in net.

“Almont played a heck of a game, and didn’t give up until the final whistle,” said Edgerton of the loss. “No coach can be mad about a team losing but giving it all they had.”

The Raiders were shut out 8-0 by Brandon on Friday. Brandon scored the final goal to seal the mercy with seven minutes of play left. Revoldt had 23 saves in net and Bailey had five.

Almont hosts Armada today. — K.R.

CAPAC/IMLAY CITY: The Chiefs played host to Imlay City and fell to the Spartans, 6-1, on Monday. Imlay City recorded 34 shots on goal while Capac only managed five. Imlay City held a 2-0 lead at halftime. Ben Lasowski scored the Chiefs’ lone goal in the second half, assisted by Jake Witt, who was also in net during the contest.

Omar Cardenas found the net first for the Spartans when he scored at 30:31 in the first off an assist from Gerardo Zepeda. Zepeda then got a goal of his own at 19:20 with a helper from Bruce Bollini. In the second half, Cesar Zepeda hit the back of the net at 34:20 to get the scoring off early, assisted by Francisco Barragan. Just four minutes later Emmauel Lopez had an unassisted goal. At 26:41, Bollini also added an unassisted goal. Gerardo Zepeda added his second goal of the night with a helper from Cesar Zepeda with 15:58 left. The final goal of the game came at 5:30 from exchange student Vitor Bandeira with a helper from Victor Galindo.

Capac travels to Yale today and will host Richmond Monday. Imlay City, 7-1-1, hosts Cros-Lex today. — A.V./ K.R.

FAITH: The Falcons took on the Clarkston Everest Academy in Lapeer Monday losing 8-1.

After the first half, the Mountaineers held a 2-0 lead over the Falcons. FAITH came on strong during the second half with a goal by Cullen Latta. During the second half the Mountaineers scored 6 unanswered goals. Matthew McMahon had 20 saves for the Falcons.

The Falcons took on the H.A.A.C.H Cougars for their first home game of the season on Sept. 8, losing 2-1. It was a hard-, back-and-forth game with the Cougars started the scoring. Before the half, the Falcons tied the score on a goal by Devin Husted assisted by Jonathan Pierce. Logan Scheps had six saves in net. The Cougars then took the lead late in the game. — L.P.

LAKEVILLE: The Falcons split their games at the Saginaw Arts & Sciences Academy tournament on Saturday, finishing with a record of 2-2. LakeVille lost 1-0 to Saginaw Arts & Sciences Academy and 3-0 to Freeland, but came away with a 2-0 win over Whittmore Prescott and a 1-0 victory over Laker.

John Crane led the team with six shots on goal during the win against Prescott, scoring one goal while teammate Kory Knickerbocker had the other. Marcus Leddick had three steals to head the defense. Chris Mims was in goal for three saves and Sam Selesky had one more for LakeVille.

Against Laker, Knickerbocker led the way with four shots on goal, connecting with the back of the net once for the Falcons’ lone goal of the game. Henry Baxter had eight steals and Crane had six saves in net.

The Falcons weren’t able to generate much offense against Freeland, with Selesky and Knickerbocker leading the team with just one shot on goal apiece. Abe Baxter had one steal and Crane had 14 saves in net.

Dylan Hanje had eight shots on goal during the loss to Saginaw Arts & Sciences while Crane had 10 saves and David Green had five steals.

“This was the first tournament

LakeVille soccer has attended in recent history,” said LakeVille coach Krista Daniels. “The morning started out at 46 degrees but that didn't stop Falcon fans from coming out to support their team.”

“In addition to their support, the team wouldn't be the same without the knowledge of assistant coach Cody Haggadone and the strategic assistance of Conrad Morey and Dan Tinnen, both LakeVille soccer alumni. Credit also goes to the team's stats girls, Catrina Crane and Angelica Hill; without their data, players wouldn't be able to set and reach individual goals for the good of the team.”

LakeVille was at Byron yesterday and will host Clio tomorrow. — A.V.

LAPEER

The Lapeer boys’ soccer team tied Midland on Monday night, 0-0. Senior captain Harrison Hirth was perfect in the net for the Lightning, saving the only two shots he saw on goal. This was Hirth’s second shutout of the season. Ethan Fike, Chad Buike, Gabe Curell and Jack Vangel led the defense for Lapeer and kept the Chemics’ offensive attack at bay. Seniors Mike Meija and Brian Morris controlled the ball for the Lightning, keeping it in Midland territory for a majority of the game.

"We didn't come for a tie, but a Lapeer controlled game is still good to walk away with," said coach Deb Johnson. "We were firing, just missing that final finish.”

Lapeer, 2-2-1, travels to Bay City Central on Thursday for its third league match of the season. — J.O.

NORTH BRANCH

The Broncos were at Saturday’s Bad Axe Tournament, opening up with a 4-0 win over Marlette. Riley Schlaud led the way with a pair of goals while Dominick Seeley and Chris Nadolski each added a tally. In net, it was Brendon Perry preserving the shutout with two saves.

The second game proved to be quite a test in a 6-0 loss to Macomb Dakota. Perry and Ian Conley each came up with three saves. Their final game of the day was a 1-0 loss to Bad Axe, during which Perry made two saves.

The Broncos, 4-4, travel to Essexville Garber today. — B.P.

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