Flyers shut out Pointers in soccer game, 2-0

Published 1:46 am Saturday, August 31, 2019

St. Joseph Flyers’ goalkeeper Jimmy Mahlmeister stretches out as he prevents a goal during Saturday’s game at South Point. The Flyers blanked the Pointers 2-0. (Photo By Tim Gearhart)

Jim Walker

SOUTH POINT — It’s just like Meatloaf’s famous song, “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad.”
The St. Joseph Flyers have started the soccer season with a pair of wins in three games the past week.
Last Saturday, the Flyers snapped a scoreless halftime time with a pair of goals by Zach Roach as they blanked the South Point Pointers 2-0.
J.C. Damron and Ryan Payne each had an assist on the goals while goalkeeper Jimmy Mahlmeister recorded seven saves.
On Tuesday, the Flyers couldn’t find their offense in a 6-0 Southern Ohio Conference loss to Lucasville Valley. Mahlmeister was the bright spot with 11 saves.
St. Joseph rebounded with a 7-1 win over the Chesapeake Panthers on Thursday.
Jackson Rowe had a big game offensively with three goals while Mathew Sheridan and Roach scored two goals each.
Roach also had a couple of assists while Zachary Johnson, Rowe and Sheridan had one assist each.
The Flyers play at Portsmouth West on Tuesday in an SOC game.

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