Boys Soccer Remains Unbeaten

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Boys Soccer Remains Unbeaten

Senior Greyson Murray chasing a ball down the sideline against Central York.

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Senior Greyson Murray chasing a ball down the sideline against Central York. via @redmetzphoto on Instagram

Senior Greyson Murray chasing a ball down the sideline against Central York. via @redmetzphoto on Instagram

Senior Greyson Murray chasing a ball down the sideline against Central York. via @redmetzphoto on Instagram

Blake Ramey, Sports Editor

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The boys soccer team started the season strong with a win against the Biglerville Canners, 3-2.

Susquehannock was undefeated heading into this game, as were the Canners.

The Canners had not conceded a single goal before their matchup against Susquehannock. 

The Warriors played Biglerville without their leading goal scorer, senior forward Greyson Murray, who was out due to a hamstring injury suffered in the previous game. 

Junior Mason Kaifer battles on the ball against a Central York defender.
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Senior Nick Koval had five saves against the Canners.

Junior Mason Kaifer and senior Jon Lippy both put the ball in the back of the net, and senior Nathan Weldon contributed one assist. 

Along with the Warriors’ two goals, Canners’ seniors Jorge Cervantes and Lazaro Salazar both scored a goal for the Canners.

The game went to overtime with a score of 2-2. 

Biglerville played hard, but junior Sam Thomas scored a goal from outside the box in golden goal to seal the game and take the win for the Warriors. 

The Warriors played Eastern and defeated them by a score of 9-0 on Thursday, September 12.

Senior Nolan Holloway dribbles the ball down the field.
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The Warriors traveled to play the Shippensburg Greyhounds and the Greencastle-Antrim Blue Devils On Saturday, September 14. 

The Warriors defeated the Greyhounds by a score of 3-1.

Seniors Greyson Murray, Mitch Brown and Nolan Holloway all scored one goal. 

In the next game, the Warriors defeated the Blue Devils 1-0 with one goal from senior Jon Lippy assisted by senior Nathan Weldon.

Junior midfielder Nick Holloway thought there were a lot of positive takeaways from this past weekend. 

“As a team, we really came together and figured out how to play with some key missing pieces of our team, we are heading into a very big week of our season, and we are confident with where we are,” said Holloway. 

Junior midfielder Sam Thomas has high hopes for the team this season. 

“Improving as a team is important, but the goal is to win the division, win counties, win districts, and win states,” said Thomas. 

The Warriors played York Suburban on Tuesday, September 17. 

The Warriors won by a score of 1-0 with a score from senior Nolan Holloway. 

Junior defender Connor Barrett felt York Suburban was their hardest challenge.

“I’d say our toughest matchup was York Suburban and to prepare we were training hard every day to make sure we were ready on game day,” said Barrett.

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