Boys soccer wins first playoff game in four years

The game started off slow with few chances for either side to score. After 15 minutes of play into the first half, the Pioneers began to dominate the game with lots of chances to score. Finally Chase Petersheim received an amazing pass from Nate Erb that lead to a goal. This gave the Pioneers a 1-0 lead.

In the second half, the Pioneers scored a quick goal by Derek Eckman off a header to make the score 2-0. Then a couple minutes later Nate dribbled past one player and  was fouled. He was awarded a penalty kick. Nate stepped up and scored a beautiful penalty into the upper right hand corner making it 3-0.

The remaining few minutes of the game Twin Valley was able to score once. When the dust settled, the final score 3-1. 


In the end, Chase Petersheim, Derek Eckman and Nate Erb all scored goals. Goalkeeper Paul Keller had eight saves.

Come support the Boys Soccer as they take on Greencastle-Antrim in the quarterfinal match on Thursday at Boiling Springs.

--By Luke Kelly, LS News reporter

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