Flyers, Pointers battle to 1-1 draw
SOUTH POINT — The score didn’t lie. It was that type of a game.
In tightly contested soccer contest, the St. Joseph Flyers and South Point Pointers battled to a 1-1 tie Tuesday night.
“We started out slow, but we played much better in the second half,” said Flyers’ coach Sissy Clyse.
Aaron Haas scored the Flyers’ goal with 10:01 left in the second half off an assist by Cody Blackburn.
South Point tied the game with 3:14 to go on a goal by Matt Button.
The Flyers had 16 shots on goals while the Pointers had 11.
St. Joseph is now 1-3-2 on the season with a 2-1 win over New Boston, a 3-3 tie against Point Pleasant, W.Va, and setbacks to Lucasville Valley (2-1), Boyd County, Ky. (1-0) and Ohio Valley Christian (4-0).
Despite having a young team this season with only five starters returning, Clyse has been happy with the team’s effort and attitude.
“This team gets along real well and they have a lot of good chemistry. The leadership from the captains is great and everyone is putting forth the effort in practice, so it’ll come together in the games,” said Clyse.
The Flyers play at 8 p.m. Thursday at Greenup County, Ky.