Harford hands Chesapeake fourth consecutive soccer loss
Wallace makes 11 saves for Skipjacks, who gave up three late, first-half goals
BEL AIR The Owls, unbeaten in conference play, scored three times over the final 16 minutes of the first half last Friday to hand the Skipjacks (1-5, 1-5) their fourth straight men’s soccer loss, 3-0.
Carmin Hess found himself with a clear shot outside the Skipjacks’ box and made the most of it, scoring the only goal Harford needed 29 minutes into the game. Chris Panian then tallied with six minutes left in the first half and Jesse Bane scored after breaking through the Skipjacks’ back line just one minute before halftime.
Chesapeake goalie Jeremy Wallace finished with 11 saves against the Owls (5-2-1, 3-0-1).
"I was looking for improvement more than anything else and I was happy with what I saw against one of the top teams in the conference," said Chesapeake head coach Mark Dennis. "We stepped it up and played much better soccer than we had played Tuesday (in a 5-1 loss to CCBC-Catonsville)."
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