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Boys Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Varsity Soccer · Kings Mountain High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat J C Draughn High School 5-0


Wednesday, September 28, 2016

6:00 PM

Kings Mountain High School
AWAY
5

J C Draughn High School
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Game Recap

Hitting the road for a SMAC Conference soccer match, the Mountaineers continued their good fortune as they shut-out Draughn 5-0. The Mounties wasted little time getting on the scoreboard as Chase Yow took a long throw in from Brandon Quevedo-Johns and buried his shot from 6 yards out just two and a half minutes into the contest. Thirty seconds later, it was Josue Neymar Molina who banged home a great back up ball from Josh Scism from the right end line for a 2-0 advantage. Luke Rikard had a couple good looks but was denied by the Draughn keeper time after time and once had some help from his goal post. He finally hit pay-dirt in the fifteenth minute as he hammered home a rebound off a corner kick from Mason Nguyen. It was Josh Scism who got the pass this time from Molina and he drilled the shot past the diving keeper in the twenty-fourth minute for a 4-0 lead. The final goal of the half was recorded by Nolan Raby as he headed home another great corner kick from Nguyen with seven minutes left until half. John Harris was in goal for the first half for the Mountaineers and had a scary moment off a cross from the right side on a direct kick. There was a scramble in front of the net as the ball was finally cleared by Brandon Quevedo-Johns. The Mountaineers experimented with some line up formations in the second half and the host team pressured the defense at times. Richard Fernandez came in at half and maintained the shut out for the Mountaineers as he was called upon to make a one on one save with just over three minutes remaining in regulation play. Cameron Johnson came in to shore up the defense with help from Hunter Champion and Holden Bullock. Will Robinson made some good offensive runs out of the back that stretched the defense of Draughn. Although each team had a few good looks in the second half of action, neither team could find the back of the net as the match ended 5-0 in favor of the visitors. “This was a total team effort tonight as all the team members saw a minimum of 30 minutes of playing time,” said coach Dan Potter. Polk County is coming to John Gamble stadium in Kings Mountain on Thursday to play both the JV and Varsity in non-conference action. The Mountaineers are now 12-2 on the season and are tied for second place in SMAC Conference play.

Box Scores

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Kings Mountain
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J C Draughn