The Railers scored early and often in a 7-0 drubbing of the Lions.
Just a few minutes into the game, Brock Bunner scored on a corner
kick by William Armbruster. Five minutes later, Hank Freed fed a
nice assist to Gage Vinson for the second goal. A few minutes later
the Railers put in two more goals.
The third goal was Freed assisting Vinson for the second time in
the match. The fourth goal came off a nice through ball Vinson hit
to Grant Cooper, who buried the shot. The fifth goal came from a
brilliant chip by Armbruster that Cooper drilled into the net. The
sixth and final goal of the first half was a corner kick that Sergio
Morales hit into the net.
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The Railers took a 6-0 lead into halftime. For the second
half, some key players were rested and everyone got in on the
action, but the Railers would get only one more goal, again from
Cooper, to complete his hat trick.
In the net, Michael Modaff recorded his first shutout in his
first-ever start as goalkeeper.
The Railers improved their record to 1-1-1.
Their next game is Thursday at Washington, with the varsity
playing first at 4:30 p.m. The JV game will follow.
[Text from file
received from LCHS coach Tim Stuckey]