ConVal boys soccer was pretty evenly matched against Oyster River when OR got a goal. The Cougars valiantly attempted to tie the game in the remaining time with several shots on the OR goal. Colby Knight made a charge at the goal in the final seconds of play that looked like it would go in, but alas the OR keeper was able to stop it. Teammate, Finn Wegmueller, was there to pick up the pieces.
Soccer alumni returned to campus this weekend to reconnect with one another and play against the current players in the annual Alumni/Varsity Game. In a razor thin margin the varsity won.
In the first game of the season, ConVal’s Evan Merwede led his team with two of the four goals in a shutout victory over Souhegan.
John Stark boys and girls soccer came to Peterborough on the 25th. The Cougar girls were on the defensive the entire game and lost 0-3. While the Cougar boys had two goals by Micah Black and Finn Wegmueller, the Generals ran them hard and came away with three goals.
Even at the conclusion of a long and sometimes frustrating season the Tech Owls made it to the Cascade Conference championship playoffs for the first time. Their opening game against Rocky Mountain College proved to end their dreams of a championship. Though they played hard, after a 4-0 defeat the young Tech team looked forward to next season.
Rocky Mountain College came to Klamath Falls and went home with a 3-0 victory over the OIT men’s soccer team. 0-0 at the half the Owls had two goals quickly scored against them as play resumed. Tech’s game Saturday will determine if their season continues to the conference playoffs or not.
Senior captain, Noah Bell, rises out of the fog.
In honor of senior German exchange student, Luca Haufler, “Deutschlandlied,” the German national anthem was played prior to “The Star Spangled Banner.”
The night was dedicated to the five graduating seniors of the team: Noah Bell, Luca Haufler, Cameron Merwede, Caleb Putman and Nile Hertzler.