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Soccer - Boys Thirds
vs. Trinity Pawling
|Date:||October 6, 2012|
|Score:||4 - 1|
Though Trinity-Pawling was the visitor on a rainy, windy day in the Berkshires, it seemed as though it was the Bears who were having a hard time getting off the bus. The Fighting Gentlemen came out fighting as the Bears went into early hibernation, and scored the first goal of the game. However, the Bears came back to knot the score at one when Barclay Gammill headed in a beautiful corner kick from Patrick Frey. The half continued apace, but the Bears were gaining momentum. In the second half, the fired up Bears, now fully awakened from hibernation, took full advantage of an increasingly strong north wind and began to pound away at the Trinity-Pawling goal. Sam Merrill scored our second goal from a scrum in from of the Trinity-Pawling goal. Chris Kreke, who had another outstanding game, knocked in a corner kick from the left corner, a rare event at this level of soccer. Hunter Reynolds, who played a very strong game at mid-field scored the final goal. Chris Bower and Henry Thomas played well in goal. Quintin Pollart and Connor Shalleck once against played outstanding defense together with Jim Streett, Vaughan Kavanaugh and Matt Licata. George Frick, Jack Gustavson and Barclay Gammill played well in mid-field. Son Nguyen and Josiah Tolvo worked hard and effectively the front line. The Bears host Salisbury on Wednesday.