|(Peyton Gillespie, Drake Donovan & Macaully Gillespie)|
The High School Boys team continued their quest to host Regionals last week. The boys tied against Stanley 2-2 in a fast-paced thriller. Scoring for the Eagles was Avery Brennan and Denver Donovan. The boys followed up strong with a win against BSA 9-0. Avery Brennan and Aaron Walls lead the way with 3 goals each. Garrett Donahue had 2 goals while rookie Keaton Walls scored his first goal of his High School career.
On Thursday, the boy's team ventured to the Turf Field in Chatham. They came out swinging and beat NSER. The boys defeated NSER with a score of 6-0. Goals for the Eagles were scored by Avery Brennan and Peyton Gillespie with 2 goals each, solo goals were scored by Drake Donovan and Aaron Walls.The boys are still undefeated with a 7-0-1 season and currently sitting at 1st place in the league.
High School Girls tied Stanley 1-1 in a nail-biter. Both teams battled hard, the Eagles played a well rounded offensive and defensive game. Abby Donovan had the lone goal while keeper KC Hallihan displayed fantastic efforts in the net, coming home with an almost perfect night.
|(Hayley Underhill & Amber Walls)|
The girls traveled to CNBA and came home with a 9-0 win. The Eagles capitalized on every opportunity; Tori Sullivan got the goals rolling, scoring the first goal of the game. Keeper KC Hallihan scored a goal while taking a penalty shot. Erin Moody returned to the season after being out with an injury with a strong first night back, scoring 2 goals. Moody scored an absolute beauty of a goal, shooting from just outside of the 18-yard box. Abby Donovan also had 2 goals on the night. Laura Colford, Jaime Vickers, and Piper Duffy had single goals themselves.
|(Abby Donovan & Jayna Brennan)|
The Senior Girls have kept their undefeated streak intact, having a 4-0-3 season. They are currently sitting in 1st place, at the top of the league.
Middle School Boys fought hard to pull out a 3-3 tie against Carrefour Beausoleil. Hudson Underhill headed the mission with 2 goals and Thomas Dunn had 1 goal. The boys then suffered an upsetting defeat, losing 4-2 to Dr. Losier. Thomas Dunn scored both times for the Eagles. The boys play their final game at Elenor Graham this week. Good luck, boys!
The Middle School Girls tied Max Aiken Acadamy 0-0 in a hard-fought battle. The girls played extremely well and came out with a tie. Extraordinary efforts from keeper Layla Hallihan kept the girls on pace for the tie. This is Layla Hallihan's 3rd shutout of the season. The girls return to action this week against CNBA on October 20 at home and play in Dr. Losier.
By Daniel Richard and Marlee Schofield