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Pointers’ offense comes alive to beat New Boston

Published 2:51am Friday, September 6, 2013

Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

 

NEW BOSTON — It took awhile, but the alarm clock finally went off for the South Point Pointers.

Scoreless for the first 55 minutes of the game, the Pointers erupted for five goals over the next 21 minutes as they beat the New Boston Tigers 5-1 Thursday.

James Mohr scored five minutes into the game on a penalty kick to put New Boston ahead 1-0.

South Point finally scored on an unassisted goal by Jordan Overstreet at the 55:00-minute mark to tie the game.

The Pointers took a 2-1 lead on an unassisted goal by Trey Kearns five minutes later.

Marq Harris had an unassisted goal at the 70:00-minute mark and Kearns scored on a penalty kick one minute later and it was 4-1.

Jake Helton scored the last South Point goal with an assist by Brady Sloan with 76:00 on the clock.

Goalie Brady Rickard had seven saves for the Pointers.

South Point (5-0-1) hosts Russell at 8 p.m. Tuesday.

South Point 0 5 = 5

New Boston 1 0 = 1

First Half

NB — James Mohr (penalty kick) 5:00

Second Half

SP — Jordan Overstreet (unassisted) 55:00

SP — Trey Kearns (unassisted) 60:00

SP — Marq Harris (unassisted) 70:00

SP — Trey Kearns (penalty kick) 71:00

SP — Jake Helton (assisted by Brady Sloan) 76:00

Goalkeeper Saves: South Point (Brady Rickard) 7, New Boston 15.

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