Boy’s Soccer


Titusville    3   3   –   6

Corry          0   0   –   0


Titusville: Cade Skinner 2, Nick Wright 2, Ethan Roberts, Hunter Titus


Titusville: Braden Sprong Peyton Bass 2,Nick Wright

Shutout goalie: Braden Sprong

Titusville’s goalkeeper Braden Sprong  outkicked the coverage late in the first  half to set up Nick Wright’s goal that opened the door for five more. The Beavers had their chances but couldn’t score. Jake Blake, Max Monn, Steel Fuller, Michael Pierson, and  everyone played hard but couldn’t put it together. They will host Harborcreek on Thursday.


Corry            0    1   –   1

North East  5     2   –   7


Corry: Caleb Kafferlin

North East: Matthew Wedzik, Nathan Croscut-Miller 3,Tre Tate, Brandon Foster, Joshua Makin


Corry: Dylan Riedel

North East made the most of its chances and Corry scored just before the final whistle in a hard fought contest at North East. The Grape Picker’s offence kept up the pressure with Riedel and Kafferlin counter-attacking for the Beavers. Steel Fuller played well on the field and for a half in goal.


Eisenhower   0   1   – 1

Corry              0   1   –  1


Eisenhower: Daren Glotz

Corry: Dylan Riedel


Corry: Gabe Bleicher

The lights went out at halftime at Sheen Field, and the game was called for darkness after twenty more minutes with the score tied at 1-1. Corry opened the scoring when Gabe Bleicher lofted a pass over the heads of the defenders into the box which Dylan Riedel collected with a burst of speed. Riedel then launched a shot past the keeper into the net. Eisenhower equalized just before the game was called, after a mad scramble was tapped in by Daren Glotz. The Beavers seemed to have the momentum with a strong first half with many scoring chances coming close from Riedel, John Brady, Jake Blake and others , along with defensive standouts Max Monn sweeping and Steel Fuller in goal. It was a disappointment not to play the final twenty minutes.

Seneca    1   0   –   1

Corry       1   2   –   3


Seneca: Jack Pikiewicz

Corry: Dylan Riedel 2, Steel Fuller

Assists: Steel Fuller, Caleb Kafferlin 2

Dylan Riedel scored after receiving a long pass from Steel Fuller 12 minutes into the first half, but Seneca equalized  less than three minutes later. Fuller gave the Beavers the lead eight minutes into the second half after taking a pass from Caleb Kafferlin and rocketing a shot low and to the right and past the keeper. With fifteen minutes left Riedel sealed the win with a shot that deflected into the net . Kafferlin got the assist along with help from Nate Smith. The Beavers were all over the place after the ball, beginning with outstanding goalkeeping from Max Monn that included an exciting save at the final buzzer. Jake Blake anchored a strong defense that included Hayden Eiss, Mason Reynolds, Gabe Bleicher, Smith, and Michael Pierson. Bryce Maleski lead the midfield, with help from John Brady, Aidan Kafferlin, Chris Almeda and Jerrett Ohl. The offense was lead by Riedel, Kafferlin, Abul Moreno and Fuller. Fuller also shadowed Seneca’s explosive forward to reduce his scoring opportunities . Monn had  seven saves in the first half and nine more in the second. The Beavers wont have much time to celebrate their win, as they host Iroquois Tuesday night at 6 P.M.

Corry     0   0   –   0

Girard   5   5   –  10


Girard: Ethan Gimber 4, Brendon Fenell 2, Christian Gibbons 2, Trevor Jones, Chris Clawson

Girard dominated the Beavers, whose only highlight came when Steel Fuller blocked a penalty kick in the first half.

Iroquois    6   5   –  11

Corry         2   1   –   3


Iroquois: Corey Longo, Senad Hucic 2, Lucas Bush, Brendan Miller (others unknown)

Corry: Dylan Riedel 3

Assists: Jake Blake, Caleb Kafferlin, Chris Almeda

Corry scored first ten minutes in when Dylan Riedel took Jake Blake’s long volley and outran everyone and beat the keeper.Iroquois answered two minutes later when Corey Longo scored, and then Senad Hucic scored twice before Riedel scored from a nice cross from Caleb Kafferlin.

Then the floodgates opened as the Braves wore the Beavers down. Corry fought hard to the end including Riedel’s hat trick on a tap in after dribbling past the keeper.

Corry         0   1   –   1

Titusville   6   1   –   7


Corry: Max Monn

Titusville: Cade Skinner, Nick Wright, Campbell Sines 2, Ethan Roberts, Adrian Haynes, Derek Beach


Corry: Dylan Riedel

After a scoreless twenty minutes, the bottom fell out as Titusville scored six goals before halftime and another in the first minute of the second half after Keeper Max Monn was injured. He returned to play the field and scored by volleying a Dylan Riedel cross into the right top of the goal. The Beavers again peppered shots but no other made it home. The Beavers third game in four days saw them depleted by injuries, but still playing hard the whole game. Jake Blake and Bryce Maleski, along with others, deserve mention for their efforts.


Fort LeBoeuf   4   4    –  8

Corry                 1   0   –   1


Fort LeBoeuf:  Marcus Rathburn, Conner Sheehan 3, Brennan McMahan, Tim Helsley, Jacob Lloyd

Corry: Dylan Riedel (Assist: Abul Moreno)

Marcus Rathburn scored in the first minute and Conner Sheehan had the hat trick in a ten minute span in the first half. Dylan Riedel made it 4-1 by beating three defenders and then the goalie after taking a pass from Abul Moreno.

Post Author: Ruth Meilleur