Pacer boys soccer keeps posting shutouts

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Pacer boys soccer keeps posting shutouts

  The Switzerland County boys varsity soccer team earned three big wins over a tough stretch of games.

Jac-Cen-Del

  On Wednesday, September 8th, the Pacers beat Jac-Cen-Del by a final score of 1-0 in what was a very strong defensive effort by the entire Pacer team.

  Switzerland County out shot the Eagles and also had more shots on goal. It was 19-15 on shots and 12-11 shots on goal.

  The Pacers lone goal was scored in the first half by Landon Duckworth with the assist going to Cooper Todd.

  Goalie Bradley Romans had 11 saves for the game.

Hauser

  This past Saturday, September 11th, the Pacers beat Hauser with a final score of 5-0 in what coach David Todd called a solid team effort.

  Switzerland County out shot the Jets, and also had more shots on goal. It was 36-4 on shots and 19-1 shots on goal.

  The Pacers went to the half with a 1-0 lead on a goal by Tirso Martinez. The second half goals came from Levi Curlin with three and Todd with one. Duckworth had two assists, while Curlin and Martinez had one apiece.

  Goalie Aiden Furnish had one save for the game as the Pacers recorded their fifth shutout of the year and fourth in a row.

  Switzerland County is now 7-3 with a conference record of 4-2.

Milan

  On Monday, September 13th, the Pacers beat Milan by a final score of 3-0.

  Coach Todd said that it took a while for the Pacers to find the back of the net, but the game was played well by the Pacers offensively and defensively.

  Switzerland County out shot the Indians and also had more shots on goal. It was 26-12 on shots and 16-8 shots on goal.

  The score at the half was 0-0. Curlin started off the second half with the Pacers’ first goal, and Todd contributed the next two goals. Austin Bosaw, Ben Hicks, and Curlin each had an assist.

  Furnish had eight saves in goal for the game as the Pacers recorded their sixth shutout of the year and fifth in a row.

  Switzerland County is now 8-3 with a conference record of 5-2.