UPPER SANDUSKY — Brandon Miller scored four first-half goals and assisted on another as Upper Sandusky cruised past River Valley 9-2 in nonleague boys soccer action Tuesday.
Miller scored the first two goals of the match before Taylor Emerick found the net on an assist by Miller to put the Rams (2-0) up 3-0. Miller scored again on an assist from Aaron Pirc and was unassisted on another score less than six minutes later.
Nick Hensel found Emerick for another goal to make it 6-0 before River Valley’s Ryad Eddavad scored to put the Vikings (0-1) on the board.
Miller scored the opening goal of the second half, followed by goals from Sam Duress and Eli Kinley. Sterling Edler found net on an assist from Eddavad to complete the scoring.
goals: (US) Brandon Miller 5, Taylor Emerick 2, Sam Duress 1, Eli Kinley 1. (RV) Ryad Eddavad 1, Sterling Edler 1. Assists: (US) Brandon Miller 1, Aaron Pirc 1, Nick Hensel 1, Taylor Emerick 1, Seth Lortz 1. (RV) Ryad Eddavad 1. shots-on-goal: Upper Sandusky 21; River Valley 9. saves: (US) Clay Musgrave 5. (RV) A.J. Roth 13.
records: River Valley 0-1; Upper Sandusky 2-0.
HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 5
FREMONT TEMPLE 4
Heritage Christian trailed 4-2 but rallied to score the final three goals for a 5-4 boys soccer win over Fremont Templs Christian on Tuesday.
Kyle Paulsen scored back-to-back goals in a one minute span early in the second half to give Fremont Temple its 4-2 lead. Joe Oestreich scored with the 20- and 22-minute marks of the second half before Kenneth Lee gave the Minutemen its final margin with a tally at the 25-minute mark.
Steven Schultz added a pair of goals with two assists for the Minutemen.
goals: (HC) Steven Schultz & Joe Oestreich 2, Kenneth Lee. (FTC) Kyle Paulsen 3, Caleb Lauer. Assists: (HC) Steven Schultz 2, Marcus Larsen. (FTC) Ashton Stambaugh 2. shots-on-goal: Heritage Christian 11, Fremont Temple Christian 8. saves: (HC) Andrew Ridenour 4. (FTC) Jake Ellis 2.
records: Heritage Christian 1-0, Fremont Temple Christian 0-1.
Jensen Hiegel scored a first-half goal for Liberty-Benton as the Eagles tied Eastwood 1-1 in a weather-shortened nonconference girls soccer game on Tuesday.
The game was terminated in the second half with 32 minutes left.
Colbi Colchagoff had four saves for the Eagles (0-0-1). Both teams had five shots on goal.
goals: (L-B) Hiegel. (East) Boice. Assists: (East) Bruning. shots-on-goal: Liberty-Benton 5, Eastwood 5. saves: (L-B) Colchagoff 4. (East) Davidson 4.
CONVOY CRESTVIEW 0
CONTINENTAL — McKenna Scott scored four goals, all in the first half, and Continental riddled Convoy Crestview with 37 total shots in a 10-0 nonleague girls soccer win on Tuesday.
Caitlin Geckle and Paige Lawhorn added two goals each for Continental, which led 8-0 at the half.
GOALS: (Cont) Geckle 2, Lawhorn 2, Scott 4, Weller, Armey. ASSISTS: (Cont) Niese. SHOTS-ON-GOAL: Continental 37, Convoy Crestview 0. GOALIE SAVES: Emma Recker & Ashley Mansfield (Cont) 0; Kenzi Case (CC) 8.
VAN BUREN 1
ARCHBOLD — Archbold took a 2-1 lead on Van Buren on Tuesday, then held on in a boys soccer match that was called at the half because of lightning.
Trenton Boyette gave Van Buren a 1-0 lead just three minutes into the match. Archbold tied it when Jackson Waidelich scored six minute slater, and Matthew Sevey made it 2-1 at the 20-minute mark.
Both teams attempted three shots on goal. Van Buren’s Nathan Maynard made one save; Archbold’s Elijah Robison made two.