Clear Fork 3, Galion 1
GALION — Following their tie with the Tygers, Galion’s boys soccer team returned to their home field on Wednesday afternoon to host Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference foes, the Clear Fork Colts.
The first half saw Clear Fork controlling much of the possession time which eventually led to the first goal of the contest at the 29-minute mark by senior Lance Dillon. However, the hosting Tigers would have have an answer, as just three minutes later, Walker Frankhouse blasted a shot past Colts’ goalkeeper Luke Bailey to knot the score at one apiece.
That is where the score would stand entering the half, despite 16 shots on goal by the visitors to just four from the Tigers.
In that second half, Isaac Kistler would get the scoring started for Clear Fork as he drilled a shot to the back of the net past Stephen Thompson to put the Colts up; 2-1. Another goal by Kistler, just three minutes later, off of a rebound following a Wyatt Strong shot attempt distanced the visitors further, putting the game at its’ eventual final score of 3-1.
On the day, Clear Fork finished with 25 shots on goal while holding Galion to just the four in the first half. Thompson racked up 12 saves on the day for the home team while Bailey needed just two to get the victory.
With the win, the Colts improved to 5-1 overall on the season, including a 2-0 mark in MOAC meetings. Galion fell to 2-5-1 with the loss and sit at 0-3 in conference play.
Next up for the Tigers will be a home match against Kingsway Christian on Monday, September 16 while Clear Fork is set to host Ontario that same day..
Galion 2, Mansfield Senior 2
MANSFIELD — While the girls squad hosted the Lady Tygers at home, the boys team representing Galion headed over to Mansfield to clash with Senior’s boys team.
Much like the game between the two girls teams, the boys from Galion and Mansfield Senior would end their contest in a tie at 2-2.
Clear Fork 9, Galion 0
BELLVILLE — Clear Fork improved to 2-0-0 in the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference and 3-2-0 overall with a 9-0 win over Galion at the Colt Corral on Tuesday night. Galion is now 2-5-1 overall and 0-3-0 in the MOAC.
Next up for the Lady Tigers is a match at Mansfield St. Peter’s on Monday, Sept. 16.
Clear Fork’s next match is Saturday, at home, vs. Cloverleaf.
The Lady Colts scored early and often racing to a 8-0 lead by halftime. They tacked on one more goal in the second half to secure the win. Eleven different players were involved with either a goal or an assist.
Kylie Davidson and Morgan Galco had two goals apiece with, Avery Wend, Carly McCue, Lilly Wortman, Morgan Shafer and Trinity Cook adding one goal each. Wortman and Ellie Hauger had two assists while Ashley Black, Emily Hart, Isabella Therrien, Trinity Cook and Galco each had an assist.
Drucilla Singer had 17 saves in goal for Galion.
Galion 4, Mansfield Senior 4
GALION — On Monday afternoon, the Galion Lady Tigers played host to the Mansfield Senior Lady Tygers in non-conference action.
After 80 minutes of play, the two squads would find themselves finishing with four goals apiece in the tie.
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