SAT., 09-14 BOYS SOCCER RESULTS
September 15, 2013Northwest Montana A Conference
Corvallis 1, Frenchtown 0
At Corvallis, Cameron Ayers broke a scoreless tie in the 28th minute for the only spot of scoring in the Blue Devils’ victory over Frenchtown.
The 3-1-1 Blue Devils picked up their first Southern A win and are now 1-1 in league play. Frenchtown falls to 0-2-1 in Southern A matches, 1-3-2 overall for the year.
Ayres’ goal was the result of some quick passing in the middle, the last touch coming from Justin Ruecker for the assist. The shot came in just under the crossbar, catching pipe and bouncing down into the back of the net.
Corvallis keeper Shelby Gifford earned the shutout, blocking two shots at the other end of the field.
Frenchtown 0 0 – 0
Corvallis 1 0 – 1
C – Cameron Ayres (Justin Ruecker), 28:00
Shots on goal – Frenchtown 5, Corvallis 10. Corner kicks – Frenchtown 0, Corvallis 3. Saves – Frenchtown 0 (Colton Lerette), Corvallis 2 (Shelby Gifford). Total fouls – Frenchtown 4, Corvallis 5. Yellow cards – none. Red cards – none.
Hamilton 5, Polson 1
At Hamilton, David Feldmann continued his assault on Class A goalkeepers in Hamilton’s 5-1 nonconference pounding of Polson.
Feldmann scored twice and added an assist in the win and now has seven goals and two assists on the season, the top scoring mark in Southern A soccer.
Kyle Crossman’s goal in the seventh minute – with an assist from Feldman – got the scoring started before Feldmann put in his two goals to make it 3-0. Aldo Rodriguez and Aidan Carmody added Hamilton (2-3) goals after Alex Helgeson scored the only one for Polson (0-5).
Polson 0 1 – 1
Hamilton 2 3 – 5
H – Kyle Crossman (David Feldmann), 7:00
H – Feldmann, 19:00
H – Feldmann, 44:00
P – Alex Helgeson, 57:00
H – Aldo Rodriguez, 66:00
H – Aidan Carmody (Feldmann), 78:00
Shots on goal – Polson 9, Hamilton 9. Corner kicks – Polson 3, Hamilton 2. Saves – Polson 5 (Trevor Basler), Hamilton 2 (Casey Ryter 2, James Bess). Total fouls – Polson 10, Hamilton 11. Yellow cards – none. Red cards – none.
Stevensville 4, Loyola 0
Daniel Pendergast scored two goals and Quade Renstrom and Payden Belcourt also scored in Stevensville’s Southern A soccer win at Rollin Field.
Pendergast also had an assist for the Yellowjackets, who are 2-0 in league play and 4-0 overall.
Loyola fell to 2-2-1 overall and 0-1-1 in league games.
Stevensville 2 2 – 4
Loyola 0 0 – 0
S – Daniel Pendergast (Ian Perry), 7:00
S – Quade Renstrom (Pendergast), 19:00
S – Pendergast (Joseph Daniels), 52:00
S – Payden Belcourt (Curtis Liston), 57:00
Shots on goal – Stevensville 13, Loyola 16. Corner kicks – Stevensville 4, Loyola 1. Saves – Stevensville 9 (Daniel Bradt), Loyola 9 (Ian Descamps). Total fouls – Stevensville 12, Loyola 4. Yellow cards – none. Red cards – none.
Billings Central 3, Columbia Falls 0
At Billings, the Rams stonewalled Columbia Falls in the shutout, a nonconference Class A soccer match.
Joey Thompason and John Healey combined in net for Billings Central, while Braedon Trunkle, Brandon Peterson and Zach Wall each scored goals in the win.
Columbia Falls (2-2) managed only two shots on goal and just three overall against the tough Billings Central defense.
The Wildcats also played Friday in Laurel and came away with a 2-1 victory. The only goal against Columbia Falls in that match came via penalty kick.
Columbia Falls 0 0 – 0
Billings Central 1 2 – 3
BC – Braedon Trunkle, 36:00
BC – Brandon Peterson (Zach Wall), 62:00
BC – Wall (Kylen Laber), 66:00
Shots on goal – Columbia Falls 2, Billings Central 6. Saves – Columbia Falls 3 (Mason Gedlaman), Billings Central 2 (Joey Thompason 2, John Healey). Yellow cards – none. Red cards – none.
Laurel 2, Libby 0
At Laurel, Keegan Reilly and Forrest Crowl both scored for Laurel in a win over Libby in nonconference Class A boys’ soccer.
Both teams had their opportunities as Laurel had nine shots to Libby’s eight. Crowl’s goal was in the 42nd minute and Reilly’s came in the 70th. Crowl also recorded the assist on Reilly’s score.
Libby fell to 0-3-1 on the season. Saturday’s win was the first for Laurel (1-5).
Libby 0 0 – 0
Laurel 0 2 – 2
La – Forrest Crowl, 42:00
La – Keegan Reilly (Crowl), 70:00
Shots on goal – Libby 8, Laurel 8. Saves – Libby N/A, Laurel 8 (Zac Allen). Yellow cards – none. Red cards – none.
Whitefish 5, Livingston 1
At Whitefish, the Bulldog boys kept rolling with a dominant nonconference win over Livingston.
Whitefish (4-0) led 3-0 before Livingston’s first goal. Jared Johnson scored two of his three for the match in that stretch. Shanoah Montano had three assists and Nathan Boone scored once and assisted on two other Whitefish goals.
The Bulldogs totaled 27 shots on goal. Livingston keeper Cyler Cain kept busy, finishing with 20 saves.
Livingston 0 1 – 1
Whitefish 3 2 – 5
W – Jared Johnson (Nathan Boone), 8:00
W – Johnson (Shanoah Montano), 38:00
W – Boone (Montano), 40:00
L – Hayden Cody-Jensen (Daniel Newhouse), 65:00
W – Johnson (Montano), 61:00
W – Ben Hirsch (Boone), 76:00
Shots on goal – Livingston 10, Whitefish 27. Corner kicks – Livingston 4, Whitefish 5. Saves – Livingston 20 (Cyler Cain), Whitefish 11 (Sam Benkelman). Total fouls – Livingston 6, Whitefish 14. Yellow cards – none. Red cards – none.
Laurel boys split matches
LAUREL -- Keegan Reilly and Forrest Crowl both scored for Laurel in a 2-0 win over Libby in Class A boys soccer on Saturday.
Both teams had their opportunities as Laurel had nine shots and Libby eight. Crowl's goal was in the 42nd minute and Reilly's in the 70th. Crowl also recorded the assist on Reilly's goal. Goalie Zac Allen had eight saves for Laurel.
Laurel is now 1-5 and will play at Livingston Thursday at 4 p.m.
On Friday, Columbia Falls beat Laurel 2-1 in Laurel. Reilly scored Laurel's lone goal on a penalty kick.
Central boys 3, Columbia Falls 0
The Rams were hoping to shore up some defensive lapses from Friday’s 6-2 win over Libby, and for the most part, they succeeded.
Central’s possession game left the Rams with the ball for much of the match, and on occasions when the Wildcats got the ball into the Central third of the field, the defense was able to take care of things.
Columbia Falls had just three shots and only two on goal. Neither of those gave Central keeper Joey Thompson much trouble.
“Today was just more communication between me and our other centerback, Cole Howard,” Central captain Nolan Trafton said. “We had better communication on who’s marking, who’s covering. I also thought our goalie did very well. Joey did great coming out when he had to.”
Central got goals from Braedon Trunkle, Brandon Peterson and Zach Wall. Central had 11 shots, and with the win improved to 4-1-1.
“The weather wasn’t so good, but I liked the way we passed the ball,” Central coach Didier Ndedi said. “We played good today, better than (Friday). We won (Friday) but the game wasn’t as nice as today. They’re growing.”