FPS staff report
October 1, 2012
|Carrollton goalie Tyler Krantz (10) and teammate Dylan Titus (in white sailing over Krantz’ shoulder) both went after a save against visiting East Palestine Saturday morning. The Warriors came away with a 3-2 win.
Greg Matkowski scored a pair of goals to lead the Carrollton boys soccer team to a 3-2 win over visiting East Palestine last Saturday morning.
“This was a good win for us,” said head coach Josh Hendershot, “We wanted to get back on track. We never gave up even after East Palestine came back. We had a lot of opportunities to score, but just missed. We need to take advantage of our opportunities in front of the goal.”
A. J. Vance accounted for the Warriors’ other goal.
The Warriors outshot the Bulldogs 17-12 and led in corner kicks 5-1.
Tyler Krantz recorded 11 saves for the Warriors.
For the Bulldogs Ryan Henderson scored both goals.
Earlier in the week, the Warriors fell to host Salem 8-1.
Zach Fry scored the Warriors only goal.
The Quakers outshot the Warriors 26-12, but Carrollton held a slight advantage in corner kicks 3-1.
Krantz had 13 saves at goal for the Warriors.
Blake Veglia and Daniel Rumsey each scored three goals for Salem and Bryce Hendricks and Keaton O’Brian a single goal.
Zach Economous had five saves at goal for Salem, which led 4-0 at halftime.
The Warriors were to host Marlington Tuesday and Dover Thursday in their final two homes games of the season.
Next week, they will end their regular season at Canton South on Tuesday and at Steubenville on Thursday.