GOODY, Ky. – The Belfry boys’ soccer team defeated Shelby Valley on Wednesday night by a score of 10-0.
The Pirates pulled off a big win on senior night to bring their record up to 13-2-1 on the season.
Dylan Brown scored the first goal of the game during the 2nd minute from an assist from teammate Matt Lambert. Dylan Kulik scored during the 14th minute from an assist from Ethan Holzapfel to put the Pirates up quickly by two scores.
Blake Mendoza scored during the 16th minute from a Holzapfel assist and then Christian Long scored from a Holzapfel assist during the 19th minute.
Lambert scored during the 27th minute from an assist from teammate Trevor Kohari to put the Pirates up by five scores. Kohari scored during the 29th minute from an assist from Kulik.
Holzapfel scored from a Mendoza assist during the 33rd minute and then Ashton Leedy scored unassisted during the 37th minute of play to put the Pirates up by eight scores at halftime.
After the half Kylesh Somasundaram scored during the first minute of the second half for the Pirates. Dominic Gentile scored the game ending goal during the 45th minute to make the final score 10-0.
The Pirates attempted 28 shots on the goal and Shelby Valley goalie, John Newsome had 13 saves during the game. Belfry goalies, Dominc Gentile and Jacob Blackburn had zero saves as Shelby Valley only attempted one shot on the goal.
Belfry improves to 13-2-1 on the season and Shelby Valley falls to 0-14-0.
The Belfry girls’ soccer team pulled off a win against the Shelby Valley Lady Kats on senior night by a score of 2-0.
Robbi-Ann Brewer scored the first goal of the game from an assist from teammate Annie Facemyre during the 37th minute and the only goal of the first half. The Lady Pirates entered halftime with a one point lead.
Megan Lambert scored the only goal of the second half, unassisted, during the 70th minute to make the final score 2-0.
The Lady Pirates attempted 39 shots on the goal and Shelby Valley goalie, Angel Newsome, had 31 saves during the match. Shelby Valley attempted zero shots on the goal.
The Lady Pirates improve to a record of 8-8-1 and the Lady Kats fall to 2-14-0 on the season.
(William Plaster is the sports reporter for the Williamson Daily News, he can be reached at 304-235-4242 ext. 2274 or at [email protected] or on twitter @sidplaster)