The Richmond Register


September 24, 2013

H.S. SOCCER: Model rolls past Paris

Lady Indians beat Lafayette, 2-1

RICHMOND — Senior Andrew Wylie once again led the way as the Patriots cruised to another    lopsided victory.

Wylie scored six goals and had two assists, while Noah Valencia and Rishav Aikat each scored twice in Model Laboratory’s 10-0 win over Paris Monday in Richmond.

The Patriots (11-1-0) have won three-straight games and during that stretch they’ve out-scored their opponents 31-1.

Wylie scored seven goals Saturday in a win over Bryan Station. The senior now has 30 goals on the season, despite missing two games.

Wylie scored on a penalty kick in the fifth minute against Paris. He added goals in the 18th minute, the 32nd minute, the 43rd minute, 48th minute and the 54th minute.

Aikat scored both his goals in the first half (8th minute and 19th minute) and Valencia scored just before the half and then scored again in the 77th minute.

Aikat and Chris Wylie also had two assists each, while Alex Clawson, Taylor Gentry, Dylan Hornsby and Valencia all had assists.

Levi Agee earned the win in net.

Model is set to return to action Saturday at Berea.

Lady Indians 2, Lafayette 1

A late goal by senior Maryssa Stewart carried the Madison Central girls soccer team to a fifth-straight victory.

Stewart scored with four and half minutes left, giving the Lady Indians (11-1) a 2-1 win Monday over Lafayette in Richmond.

Anna Parsley scored Central’s other goal.

“The girls are really working well together,” Central coach Chris Dunham said. “We are really playing well heading into some tough games next week.”

Parsley took a pass and got loose on a partial breakaway mid-way through the first half. The freshman midfielder ripped a shot to the far post to give Central a 1-0 lead.

Lafayette (4-9-2) tied the game 10 minutes later on a free kick.

Stewart’s game-winner came on an assist from Leeanne Ogle.

Central did lose junior defender Kelsey Reisig to what could be a season-ending knee injury.

The Lady Indians are set to return to action Wednesday at home against Harrison County.

Frankfort 6, Berea 1

Austin Rose scored a goal as the Berea Community boys soccer team suffered a 6-1 loss Monday at Frankfort.

The Pirates are now 2-6 on the season.

Berea is set to return to action today at South Laurel.

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