SAT., 09-08 BOYS SOCCER RESULTS
September 10, 2012Northwest Montana A Conference
COLUMBIA FALLS 1 LAUREL 0
BILLINGS CENTRAL 6 LIBBY 0
HAMILTON 2 POLSON 1
WHITEFISH 6 BELGRADE 0
BIGFORK 2 PARK 1
Hamilton 2, Polson 1
At Polson, the visitng Broncs kept chipping away at the Polson end of the field, but it was the Pirates who scored first on a header by "Captain" Morgan Moll off a feed from James "The Lawman" Larson at the 17 minute mark. The Broncs would net the equalizer off a penalty kick a couple of minutes later. The game remained tied until the final minute when Tannar Crossman deftly maneuvered through the defense to put Hamilton ahead off an assist from Kyle Crossman. Bronc keeper Niall Gallagher Clancy kept his team in the hunt by preserving the tie on three occasions when he made what could be termed mega-saves. Twice he deflected bullets off the foot of Larson, the second coming off a penalty kick around the 52 minute mark. The third was another deflection of a Moll header at minute 64.
Hamilton 1 1 - 2
Polson 1 0 - 1
P - Morgan Moll (a James Larson) 17:00
H - Sam Kern (penalty kick) 19:00
H - Tannar Crossman (a Hunter Schlender) 79:00
unofficial game rendition by John Heglie from the vantage point of the grandstands with input from fans in attendance on both sides. Some details may vary from official summary. The assist on the 2nd goal was officially credited to Schlender according to a Polson coaching staff inquiry at the Hamilton bench after the game. The K. Crossman credit was based on Hamilton fan input from the grandstands shortly after the goal. The superior vantage point would have been the Hamilton bench, so one is inclined to defer to their assessment of events. However, what may have been the case is that K Crossman was in the mix to such an extent that the N Crossman goal could have been credited with dual assist credits if one were so inclined. But officially the credit ihas been attributed to Schlender.
Columbia Falls boys beat Laurel on second-half PK
COLUMBIA FALLS -- Caleb Baumann's second-half penalty kick gave Columbia Falls a 1-0 win over Laurel in Class A boys soccer Saturday afternoon.
The Wildcats had 27 shots against the Locomotives. Laurel goal keeper Zac Allen maded 23 saves.
Columbia Falls 1, Laurel 0
Laurel -- did not score. Shots: 10. Goal keeper: Zac Allen, 23 saves.
Columbia Falls -- Caleb Baumann (penalty kick), 55:00. Shots: 27. Goal keeper: Mason Gedlaman, 8 saves.
Halftime -- Laurel 0, Columbia Falls 0.
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Sheehy leads Rams past Libby
LIBBY – Conor Sheehy scored four goals and had an assist as Billings Central defeated Libby 6-0 in boys Class A soccer Saturday.
Sheehy scored the Rams’ first three goals, all of which came in the first 30 minutes.
Central’s defense limited Libby to four shots, all of which were stopped by goalie Joey Thompson.
Central 6, Libby 0
Billings Central – Conor Sheehy 6:00, Sheehy 26:00, Sheehy (Matthew Kranston) 30:00, Brandon Peterson (Sheehy) 53:00, Nolan Trafton 69:00, Sheehy 73:00. Shots: 17. Goalie: Joey Thompson, 4 saves.
Libby – Did not score. Shots: 4. Goalie: Austin Nagle, 11 saves.
Halftime: Central 3, Libby 0.
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BELGRADE — The Whitefish boys wasted little time in taking a commanding lead in a blowout with Belgrade.
Brandon Fuehrer needed just 30 seconds to score his second goal of the season, giving Whitefish a very early lead. Sam Donaldson and Tommy Murphy each scored just a few minutes later to put the game away. Donaldson finished the game with two goals and two assists.
Whitefish 4 2 — 6
Belgrade 0 0 — 0
WHITEFISH — Brandon Fuehrer (Curran Edland) :30, Sam Donaldson (Tommy Murphy) 5:00, Tommy Murphy (Nathan Boone) 12:00, Connor Gray (Donaldson) 21:00, Donaldson (Murphy) 58:00, Jared Johnson (Donaldson) 67:00.
Shots — Whitefish 8, Belgrade 2; Corners — Whitefish 5, Belgrade 1; Saves — Whitefish 5 (Thomas Clark), Belgrade 15 (Kyle Priess); Fouls — Whitefish 5, Belgrade 0; Cards — none.
Bigfork 2, Livingston 1
LIVINGSTON — Bigfork used two goals in the second half to push past Livingston.
Matt Killian punched home the winner for Bigfork in the 75th minute.
“(We) just really came out with a different mindset in the second half and took control of the game,” Bigfork coach Keith Koslosky said.
Reserve sophomore Isaac Passwater gave the Vikings a boost off the bench, putting pressure on the Rangers.
Bigfork 0 2 — 2
Livingston 1 0 — 1
LIVINGSTON — Aidan Goodman, 38:00
BIGFORK — Own goal, 49:00; Matt Killian, 75:00
Shots — Bigfork 9, Livingston 16; Saves — Bigfork 2 (Dillon Hilling), Livingston — 2 (Quint Bishop); Corner kicks — Bigfork 8, Livingston 1; Fouls — Bigfork 2, Livingston 15; Yellow cards — Livingston, 2