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St. Joe wins ninth to set school mark

The Flyers reached a high water mark in victories with a school record of nine soccer wins as they beat the New Boston Tigers 3-1 Thursday at Clouston Field.

Friday, October 01, 1999

The Flyers reached a high water mark in victories with a school record of nine soccer wins as they beat the New Boston Tigers 3-1 Thursday at Clouston Field.

"It’s nice for the kids. I just hope they can continue on and not stop there," Flyers coach John Schwab said. "We just have to keep our heads and play one game at a time."

St. Joe, now 9-0-2 on the season including six shutouts, took a 1-0 lead the first half on a direct kick by Charley Yaniko at the 28:40 mark.

Pat Malone scored off an assist by Eric Waginger to put the lead at 2-0 early in the second half. The Flyers put the game away when Waginger scored at the 66:07 mark as Malone repaid his teammate with an assist.

New Boston scored on a penalty kick at the 72:20 mark.

"The kids looked good tonight. We tied them the first time we played, so it was nice to come back and win," Schwab said.

New Boston slipped to 4-6-1.

The Flyers host Rose Hill (Ky.) Christian at 5:30 p.m. next Thursday.

New Boston 0 1 – 1

St. Joseph 1 2 – 3

First Half

SJ – Charley Yaniko (on a direct kick) 28:40

Second Half

SJ – Pat Malone (assist by Eric Waginger) 45:36

SJ – Eric Waginger (assisted by Pat Malone) 66:07

NE – Kirby Lawson (penalty kick) 72:20

Individual Statistics

Shots on Goal: St. Joe 28, New Boston 25

Saves -St. Joe goalie John "Bub" Waginger 19, New Boston goalie 25.

Fouls – St. Joe 15, New Boston 13

Corner Kicks -St. Joe 2, New Boston 2.

 

South Point 4, Poca 1

SOUTH POINT – The young and inexperienced South Point Pointers continued their improvement as they won their second game of the week by beating the Poca (W.Va.) Dots 4-1 Thursday.

Jared Waggoner turned a hat trick with three goals and Monty Samokoski had a hand in two goals to lead the Pointers.

Samokoski scored an unassisted goal at the 16:02 mark to put the Pointers up, but Poca tied it moments later at 1-1.

Waggoner then got an assist from Samokoski at the 14:01 mark to put the Pointers up for good.

Waggoner’s third goal off an assist by Mark Wiley stretched the margin to 3-1.

The final South Point goal was scored unassisted by Waggoner at the 39:40 mark of the second half.

South Point, which lost 14 seniors from least year’s team, improved to 2-8-0. The Pointers play at Huntington St. Joe Friday.

Poca fell to 1-9-0.

Poca 1 0 – 1

South Point 3 1 – 4

First Half

SP – Monty Samokoski (unassisted) 16:02

Po – Anthony (unassisted) 15:04

SP – Jared Waggoner (assisted by Monty Samokoski) 14:01

SP – Jared Waggoner (assisted by Mark Wiley) 34:50

Second Half

SP – Jarod Waggoner (unassisted) 39:40

Individual Statistics

Shots on Goal: – South Point 17, Poca 12

Saves-Peanut Cremeans 10, Poca 13.

Corner kicks-South Point 4, Poca 3