MVS Week In Review, 10/10-10/16

Hyde- Bath  3

Hyde- Woodstock  2

In front of family and friends, Hyde Bath defeated Hyde Woodstock 3-2 on Saturday afternoon.  Bath scored first when Jamal Borden ’13 beat two Wolf Pack defenders and calmly slotted the ball past the keeper.  Just moved up from the junior varsity, Jack Xu ’14 extended the Phoenix lead by blasting the ball into the goal from 18 yards out just a minute later. Kudos to Jack for demonstrating fantastic composure in scoring his first varsity goal!  The Phoenix pushed numbers forward early in the second half in hopes to add to their lead, but Woodstock got on the board when Matan Peltier beat a defender and placed the ball into the back of the net.  With fifteen minutes to play, Jamal Borden got the eventual game-winning goal when he rocketed a free-kick from 30 yards out in the upper right corner of the net.  Borden’s second goal of the afternoon was truly a world class goal and had the coaches in awe. Woodstock added a goal late in the game to make the final score 3-2.  Man of the match went to Jamal Borden for his two goal performance. Recently back from injury, Wilson MacMillan ’14, played hard for Bath.  The coaches were pleased with the victory as it was a total team effort from the lads. 

Hyde 1

Gould 2

Hyde fell to Gould in a conference match on Wednesday, 10/13.  The Phoenix jumped to an early lead when Wonseo Huh ’11 scored a gritty rebound goal in the third minute.  Juno Ra ’11 was credited with the assist.  Despite several scoring opportunities from the lads, the score remained 1-0 in the first half. Due to a red card, Hyde was forced to play with 10 men for the majority of the second half.  Gould capitalized on this advantage and scored to the tie the game with 12 minutes left in the match.  With less than a minute to play, Gould scored on a penalty kick to make the final score 1-2.  Brendan Trometer ‘11 was named man of the match for Hyde.

Stephen Levesque

History Dept. Head

Men’s Varsity Soccer Coach

 

HYDE SCHOOL

Bath, Maine

207-443-7184

Slevesque@hyde.edu

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Hyde- Bath  3

Hyde- Woodstock  2

In front of family and friends, Hyde Bath defeated Hyde Woodstock 3-2 on Saturday afternoon.  Bath scored first when Jamal Borden ’13 beat two Wolf Pack defenders and calmly slotted the ball past the keeper.  Just moved up from the junior varsity, Jack Xu ’14 extended the Phoenix lead by blasting the ball into the goal from 18 yards out just a minute later. Kudos to Jack for demonstrating fantastic composure in scoring his first varsity goal!  The Phoenix pushed numbers forward early in the second half in hopes to add to their lead, but Woodstock got on the board when Matan Peltier beat a defender and placed the ball into the back of the net.  With fifteen minutes to play, Jamal Borden got the eventual game-winning goal when he rocketed a free-kick from 30 yards out in the upper right corner of the net.  Borden’s second goal of the afternoon was truly a world class goal and had the coaches in awe. Woodstock added a goal late in the game to make the final score 3-2.  Man of the match went to Jamal Borden for his two goal performance. Recently back from injury, Wilson MacMillan ’14, played hard for Bath.  The coaches were pleased with the victory as it was a total team effort from the lads. 

Hyde 1

Gould 2

Hyde fell to Gould in a conference match on Wednesday, 10/13.  The Phoenix jumped to an early lead when Wonseo Huh ’11 scored a gritty rebound goal in the third minute.  Juno Ra ’11 was credited with the assist.  Despite several scoring opportunities from the lads, the score remained 1-0 in the first half. Due to a red card, Hyde was forced to play with 10 men for the majority of the second half.  Gould capitalized on this advantage and scored to the tie the game with 12 minutes left in the match.  With less than a minute to play, Gould scored on a penalty kick to make the final score 1-2.  Brendan Trometer ‘11 was named man of the match for Hyde.

Stephen Levesque

History Dept. Head

Men’s Varsity Soccer Coach

 

HYDE SCHOOL

Bath, Maine

207-443-7184

Slevesque@hyde.edu

HYDE.EDU

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