Boys Soccer

Boys Varsity Soccer Loses Another Tough One

Posted On: September 15, 2014 Posted By: Matt Ewald

The boys varsity soccer team traveled to Montgomery County last Thursday to face a tough regional opponent.  Montgomery County has been playing really well, and their record shows it.  The varsity Camels got off to a nice start, scoring first on a beautiful goal by Oliver Rice.  Rob Augspurger had the assist on a great ball played into the box.  From there it was mostly Montgomery County though.  The Indians put the boys under a lot of pressure and were able to net 4 unanswered goals.  There were some flashes of brilliance from the Camels, and a few shots on goal, but none found the back of the net.  Rob Augspurger added a late goal off of an assist from Colton Schneider to make the final score 4-2, in favor of Montgomery County.  A special thanks and shout-out to the Montgomery County parents who had pizza, snacks and water for the boys after the game.  I’m sure they will not read this, but it was a very nice touch after a tough game.


The varsity boys are right on the edge of holding on and winning some big games.  The pieces will eventually come together and it will be fun to watch.  The Varsity Camels will look to get back on the right side of the results on Wednesday at Simon Kenton.  This will be a tri-match, with Freshman playing at 5:00pm, JV playing at 6:30pm and Varsity playing at 8:00pm.

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