’Jacks blank FCC for first soccer victory
Chesapeake women’s volleyball sweeps Del-Tech for 2-0 record
WYE MILLS Luke Kulynycz had a goal and an assist, and freshman goalie Jeremy Wallace made four saves in his first collegiate shutout Wednesday afternoon as Chesapeake College notched a 5-0 men’s soccer victory over visiting Frederick Community College.
The Skipjacks (1-1 overall and league) dominated the game, finishing with a 24-7 shots advantage. Frederick allowed an "own" goal to open the scoring before four different Skipjacks tallied in a balanced offensive attack to go with an impressive defensive effort that illustrated Chesapeake’s improved depth.
"I was able to play 17 guys against Frederick," said Mark Dennis, Chesapeake’s second-year head coach. "It was nice to get everyone playing time and experience, but I was especially happy that I saw little if any loss in level of play when our subs were in."
Kulynycz scored Chesapeake’s second goal on a header off an Eric Wagenblatt free kick, giving the Skipjacks a 2-0 halftime lead. Kulynycz then set up Cody Reese’s goal for a 3-0 cushion 17 minutes into the second half.
Ricky Gerbino and Sean Millham followed with unassisted tallies for Chesapeake’s final margin of victory.
Dennis was pleased with virtually every aspect of the Skipjacks’ performance.
"We possessed the ball nicely and worked it around unselfishly," said Dennis. "Our center midfielder and co-captain, Dan Martinsonn, was constantly in the middle of our plays the entire game. He set up both our offense and defense and really stood out for us."
The Skipjacks, who dropped a 4-0 decision to CCBC-Essex in their opener, play their first two road games of the season at the College of Southern Maryland on Tuesday (4 p.m.) and Prince George’s Community College on Thursday (6 p.m.).
Volleyball tops Del-Tech
WYE MILLS The Skipjacks (2-0 overall, 1-0 Maryland JuCo) stayed unbeaten in women’s volleyball Wednesday afternoon by sweeping visiting Delaware Tech, 3-0.
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