BOYS SOCCER: Tuesday's roundup, Waynesboro upsets Shippensburg, 4-1
WAYNESBORO >> Waynesboro didn't show any signs of trouble while playing in the rain on Tuesday evening.
The Indians scored a pair of goals in each half and took a 4-0 lead before finishing off a surprising 4-1 Mid Penn Colonial Division boys soccer victory over Shippensburg at Buchanan Automotive Stadium.
The result turned around a 3-0 win for Ship the last time the teams played.
Aaron Tynicki carried the load offensively for the Indians (4-7-1, 4-3 MPC). He scored both first-half goals – the first less than two minutes into the game and the second just before halftime – and assisted on the third goal. Jake Atkinson and Zac Forrester also hit the net and Tim Correll added an assist.
For the Greyhounds (6-6-1, 4-2-1 MPC), Jackson VanHorne put them on the board inside three minutes to go by converting a penalty kick.
Waynesboro 4, Shippensburg 1
First half — (W) Aaron Tynicki, asst. Tim Correll, 2nd minute, (W) Tynicki, 37th.
Second half — (W) Jake Atkinson, asst. Tynicki, 48th, (W) Zac Forrester, 67th, (S) Jackson VanHorne, penalty kick, 77th.
Shots — Ship 14, Way 8; Corner kicks — Ship 4, Way 3; Saves — Ship 4 (Spencer McKenna, Brandon Crouse), Way 12 (James Barr).
BELLEVILLE MENNONITE 3, FORBES ROAD 2 >> Noah Anders scored all three goals in Belleville Mennonite's non-league victory over Forbes Road.
Aaron Schepis tied the game at 1-1 for the Cardinals (1-7) midway through the second half, but two Anders goals in the final 10 minutes was the end of Forbes Road's chances.
Bryce Ulsh had five saves for the Cardinals, which out-shot Belleville Mennonite, 12-8.
Belleville Menn. 3 Forbes Road 1
Belleville Menn.03—3 Forbes Road01—1
Second half — (BM) Noah Anders 59th min., (FR) Aaron Schepis, penalty kick, 62nd, (BM) Anders, 72nd, (BM) Anders, 80th.
Shots — BM 8, FR 12; Corner kicks — BM 1, FR 2; Saves — BM 8 (Peyton Romig), FR 5 (Bryce Ulsh).
SHALOM CHRISTIAN 2, CALVARY CHRISTIAN 1 >> Cyrus Lehman was the hero for Shalom Christian in a Mason-Dixon Christian Conference overtime defeat of Calvary Christian.
After a scoreless second half, the Flames (8-2-1, 8-0-1 MDCC) were awarded a free kick inside midfield just three minutes into overtime. Jake Holderman took the free kick, and Lehman stepped to the ball inside the box and buried it in the back of the net.
"It was just a great hustle goal," Shalom coach Chris Lehman said. "It was a good finish. It was very rainy, so that did not make things easy for either team. But I liked how we kept up the pressure."
Tucker King scored early in the game with an assist from Cyrus Lehman, and Travis West had a pair of saves in net.
Shalom 2, Calvary 1, OT
Calvary Chr.100—1Shalom Chr.101—2
First half — (SC) Tucker King, asst. Cyrus Lehman, 12th min., (Cal) Alex Eichhorn, 30th
Overtime — (SC) C.Lehman, asst. Jake Holderman, 83rd.
Shots — Cal 9, SC 23; Corner kicks — Cal 3, SC 11; Saves — Cal 7 (Austin Crotts), SC 2 (Travis West).
GRACE ACADEMY 7, CUMB. VALLEY CHRISTIAN 3 >> Despite trailing by only one goal at halftime, Cumberland Valley Christian allowed four second-half goals and lost to Grace Academy in Mason-Dixon Christian Conference action.
"We actually played really good," CVC coach Stan Hott said, "but we just didn't have the gas to finish and to pull out of a one-goal deficit."
Soto Ono scored a pair of goals for the Blazers (3-9, 2-7 MDCC), while Eli Black scored late on a penalty kick.
Black also had nine saves in net for CVC.
Grace 7, CV Christian 3
Grace Academy34—7CV Christian21—3
First half — (CVC) Soto Ono, asst. Daniel Vandersleen, 7th minute, (GA) Ben Gong, 19th, (GA) David Holvbach, 28th, (GA) Harrison Barger, 30th, (CVC) Ono, asst. Spencer Propst, 39th.
Second half — (GA) Mark Koontz, 53rd, (GA) Barger, 56th, (GA) Koontz, 65th, (GA) Jarrett Choi, 68th, (CVC) Eli Black, penalty kick, 75th.
Shots — GA 15, CVC 9; Corner kicks — GA 7, CVC 7; Saves — GA 7, CVC 9 (Eli Black).