On a beautiful Parents’ Weekend Saturday, the Bears played the Canterbury Saints at home. Canterbury made a strong start and scored quite early in the game. The Bears struggled to get organized and find their pace. The Bears’ first goal, as well as the second, came on a Canterbury own-goal. The Bears went into half time with a slim lead—and not having scored a goal. In the second half the Bears played in a more organized fashion and pulled away from Canterbury. Dillon Cunnigham provided the Bears their first offensive goal.On a break-away, Dillon made a pin-point shot in the bottom left corner.Pedro Escobar scored a beautiful goal going down the middle and Chris Kreke finished the scoring with a penalty kick near the end of the game. Conor Shalleck and Quintin Pollart again played strong defense. Henry Thomas and Bryce Laigle held Canterbury at bay in the goal. Chris Kreke and Hunter Reynolds were strong in the mid-field. In addition to Pedro, Josiah Tolvo, Ben Nadler, Pat Freyand Dillon Cunningham played well on offense.