FPS staff report
September 9, 2013
|Carrollton High School boys soccer fell to host Louisville last Tuesday.
The Carrollton boys soccer team found the going rough last week as they dropped both of their matches.
Last Tuesday, the Louisville Leopards broke open a close game in the second half and cruised to a 7-0 win over the Warriors at Leopard Stadium.
Carrollton trailed 1-0 at halftime, but the Leopards scored six goals in the second half to win going away.
Louisville held a huge advantage in shots taken, 26-5. Each team had one corner kick.
Carrollton goalie Mason Pasiuk recorded 10 saves, while Gared Zwick had two saves for the Leopards.
Austin Terra had a pair of goals for the Leopards, while Austin Hallas, Breman Seeman, Harrison Raub, Cody Gotschall and Mitch Perez each added one.
Last Thursday the Warriors hosted Beaver Local and were defeated 7-0.
For the Beavers, DeShawn Parker netted five goals, while Joe Hauk and Preston Reese each added one goal. Beaver Local led 5-0 at halftime.
The winners held an 11-2 advantage on shots on goal and in corner kicks 5-2. Pasiuk and Coad combined for two saves at goal.
Carrollton was to host Alliance on Tuesday and Indian Creek on Thursday. Next week, the Warriors will be at West Branch on Tuesday and host East Liverpool on Thursday.