A Page -- Sept. 13, 2012


Avon Lake scored the first goal in this key Southwestern Conference battle,
but Amherst scored the next four to defeat the Shoregals 4-1.
Junior Emily O'Connor led off the scoring for Avon Lake assisted by Senior
Kailey McClain.  Near the end of the first half, Ally Perkins
knotted the score for the Lady Comets as the two teams played to a 1-1 tie
at half.  Then in the second half, Amherst exploded for 3 goals
to secure the victory.  Ally Perkins added two more tallies to record a hat
trick and Rachel Johnston added the final goal for the Lady Comets
who move to 6-1-1 on the season.

In goal for Amherst was Ashley Ferguson who recorded 7 saves, while
the Shoregal net was shared by Junior Amy Crooks with 2 saves and
Senior Abby Rogers with 3 saves.

In JV action, Amherst used a late goal in the last two minutes to win 3-2
over Avon Lake.  Shoregal goals were scored by Kayla Kress assisted
by Elise Duvall and Molly Jeffries assisted by Molly Maloney.  In goal for
the Shoregals was Amy Crooks with 3 saves and Lindsay Butler with 2 saves.

Girls Soccer

Avon Lake vs. Amherst

Game Date:    Wednesday Sept. 12, 2012

Final Score:
Avon Lake (AL) - 1        Amherst (Am) - 4

AL    1-3-1            Am    6-1-1

AL    Emily O'Connor         Am    Ally Perkins - 3
                    Rachel Johnston

AL    Kailey McClain         Am    None

Shots on Goal:
AL    8            Am    9

AL    Abby Rogers - 3 saves
    Amy Crooks - 2 saves

Am    Ashley Ferguson - 7 saves

AL    10            Am    19

Corner Kicks:
AL    2            Am    5

AL    1            Am    1

AL    6            Am    16

Yellow Cards:
AL    1            Am    2

AL    1            Am    1

Cole Plumb's four goals lead Amherst win

Amherst Steele 6, North Ridgeville 0

Goals: Cole Plumb (4), Ben Higgins, Tyler Rakar
Assists: Phil Sheffield, Justin Lepkowski (3), Andrew Dzoba, Noah Giaimo


Amherst - Josh Daugherty - 2 saves, Wes Lewis (1 save)
North Ridgeville - Tristan Carey - 6 saves


Amherst - 2-6
North Ridgeville - 1-4-1


Cole Plumb led the charge for Amherst with 4 goals in a 6-0 win over
North Ridgeville. Ben Higgins and Tyler Rakar added goals for the
Comets, while Justin Lepkowski added three assists. Phil Sheffield and
Noah Giaimo also notched assists to improve the Comets' record to 2-6
on the season. Josh Daugherty and Wes Lewis split the shutout in goal
and the Comet defense, led by Tommy Wesley and Mitchell Snowden,
played an outstanding game. Amherst hosts Avon Lake on Saturday at the
Amherst Jr. High field at 3 p.m. 

St Ignatius Wildcats vs Erie (PA) Strong Vincent Colonels

The game will be broadcast on TAPE DELAY on WHK-AM 1420 and http://www.thesportsking.com/

The game will begin airing at approx 8 pm (following the conclusion of the University of Akron football game)

Brendan Gulick '09 - play by play
Mike Gibbons '70 - analyst

Saturday, September 15, 2012 
Veterans Memorial Stadium (Erie)

Jaguars better Bruins

Saint Joseph Academy 3, Padua 2

Singles:  Yurchisin (P) d. Drapac 6-0, 6-2; Bryk (P) d. Kahl 6-1, 6-2; Saracina (SJA) d. Gittinger 6-3, 6-0.
Doubles:  Violand/Ruebensaal (SJA) d. Reddy/Imbrigiotta 6-4, 6-0; Rouse/Powers (SJA) d. Wasco/Halcisak 6-0, 6-4.