Tehameni scores six; CSM routs weary Skipjacks
Chesapeake falls to 1-6 after four men’s soccer games in seven days
WYE MILLS Harold Tehameni scored six goals Friday afternoon to lead visiting College of Southern Maryland to a 13-0 win over the weary Skipjacks, who were playing their fourth game in a week.
Michael Funes and James Shelton each had two goals for the Hawks, while Hugo Neme, Antonio Barone, and Edgar Alvarado added single goals.
Chesapeake played the game without stopper Dominic Ramos and sweeper Dan Martinsson, which head coach Mark Dennis said played a role in the final margin.
"Unfortunately we don’t have a deep bench, and injuries to key players affect us dramatically," said Dennis. "CSM is very strong this year injuries and a tough opponent proved to be a bad combination for us."
Del. Tech/Wilmington 3, Chesapeake 1
WYE MILLS First-half goals from Antonio Guiterrez and Pedro Dominquez proved to be enough as the Roadrunners built a 2-0 halftime lead in last Wednesday’s contest.
Cody Clough scored for the Skipjacks on a header to cut the deficit to 2-1 but Ty’rell Williams scored less than a minute later to restore Del Tech’s two-goal lead.
Chesapeake’s Lucas Hayman had two nice saves in goal in the second half and the Skipjacks made several offensive runs, but couldn’t produce quality shots, according to Chesapeake head coach Mark Dennis.
"My guys were giving us all they had, and they did so the whole game," said Dennis. "I told the team that their no-quit attitude will pay dividends later in the season for us."
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