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Updated: Calvary Christian stays unbeaten (Saturday soccer scores)

The Calvary Christian varsity soccer team moved to 5-0 on the season with a 7-1 victory over Genoa Christian. The game was a rematch of the 2016 OCSAA state championship.

Matt Bender wins a challengeCalvary took an early lead in the 9th minute when Josh Kilgore was fouled in the box and converted the subsequent PK. Josh Kilgore scored his second goal of the game after Tyler Reinhard beat the Genoa left back and found Josh open for a shot near the PK spot. The third goal for CCS before halftime came after a good possession paid off with a cross eventually glancing off a Genoa defender's head and into the Genoa goal.

Calvary scored 3 goals in 2 minutes near the beginning of the second half to put the game out of reach. Andrew Reinhard, Daniel Wilt, and Tyler Reinhard all picked up goals in quick succession.

Jon Salmonowicz rounded out the scoring for CCS, collecting a miscue near the top of the box and tucking his shot into the bottom right corner after scooting past a defender.

Tyler Reinhard, Jon Salmonowicz, and Garrett Reinhard picked up assists on the day for CCS. Garrett Criner, Noah LaBelle, Mataya Penhorwood, and Garrett Reinhard played great in the back, stifling many Genoa attacks before they could reach the goal.

Calvary will next travel to Monclova Academy (Toledo).

The WL-S varsity boys soccer team cruised to a victory over Southeastern 14-0.

Neil Markin netted three goals while Jacob VanHorn, Lance Baldwin, and Logan Cole each scored two. Ethan Cole, Ian Wolfe, Raiph Levan, Hayden Hostetler, and Dylan Domachowski all scored one goal.

Wolfe and Ethan Cole each had two assists while Markin, Baldwin, Ryan Motzko, and Andrea Salcito each had one assist.

There were no keeper saves for WL-S.

The Tigers are now 4-2 on the season.

WL-S shut out Southeastern in girls soccer Saturday 11-0.

Rachel Davis, Peyton Kerns and Gabby Hollar each netted 2 goals for the Lady Tigers.

WL-S 5-0 (3-0 OHC) next plays Tuesday at 5:30 at Miami East.

The Bellefontaine varsity girls fell at Wapakoneta 2-0.

The Redskins scored late in the first half, then added a penalty kick goal late in the second half.

The JV Chiefs lost 1-0.

Bellefontaine will visit Benjamin Logan on Monday night.

In youth soccer Huntsville #2 defeated Huntsville #1 by the score of 5-4.

Scoring for Huntsville were Rece Kimmel with 3 goals and Aidan Todd with 2 goals.

In U6 action Huntsville #1 defeated Indian Lake 6-2.

Miller Hall and Bennett Shaner both scored three goals.

In U13 soccer Calvary Christian defeated North Logan #1 7-2 Saturday.

Daniel Young led the offensive attack with a hat trick for the Spartans.

Jordan Appleton, Jake Palmer, Zeke Reynolds, and Evan Patton also scored for Calvary.

Madhurri Cook had one assist. Joshua Thompson, Caleb King, and Owen Jordan played excellent defense for the Spartans.

Calvary improves to 4-0.

In U9 soccer Calvary Christian #1 defeated Indian Lake #1 5-3.

Seth Palmer, Anderson Konz, Kole Gantz, Moriah Tiendrebeogo and Leah Collinsworth all scored one goal each while Dane Reames, Caleb Gantz and Maddie Jo Campbell all had nice defensive efforts.

The Huntsville #2 U8 soccer team defeated Indian Lake #2 7-0.

Piper Robinson scored 2 goals for Huntsville. Peyton Robinson, Cale Buchenroth, Claire Tidwell, Mya Schroeder and Rylie Souder each scored 1 goal.

Mackayle Clary had 1 assist.

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