The Forest City boys’ soccer team picked up a 2-1 overtime win over Blue Ridge on Friday after it faced a 3-2 loss from Lakeland at home on Thursday and grabbed a 6-3 victory over Carbondale at home on Tuesday afternoon.
Facing Blue Ridge, the first half went scoreless until Blue Ridge’s Billy Rupakus scored with an assist from Nick Vales at 41:23.
Wayde Loomis then knocked in a goal for Forest City at 67:00 to send the game into overtime where Forest City’s Brian Nebzydoski scored with an assist from Mitchell Goben at 84:49 to give the Foresters the win.
Forest City had eight shots on goal and five corners while goalie Zack Sosnowski had four saves. Blue Ridge took seven shots on goal with four corners as goalie Tama Galu-Edgar had six saves.
Against Lakeland, the Chiefs struck first in the second half with a goal at 46:39 before Forester Kevin Swartz would chip in a goal with an assist from Nebzydoski at 55:09.
The Foresters then took a 2-1 lead with a goal from Goben with an assist from Dave Cavalieri at 63:46.
However, Lakeland struck back with an unanswered goal at 72:27 to send it into overtime where the Chiefs scored at 3:52 to take the win.
Forest City had five shots on goal and one corners while Sosnowski had six saves.
On Tuesday, Cavalieri knocked in five goals for the Foresters, three of which game in the first half to propel Forest City.
Goben assisted him on two goals while Dylan Walsh assisted on the other in the first half.
Other goals came from Adam Dix and Jason McGovern assisted by Tyler Montalvo
Forest City had 13 shots on goal and three corners Sosnowski had nine saves.
The Elk Lake boys’ soccer team picked up a 3-0 win over Montrose on Thursday at home after it grabbed a 2-0 victory over St. Gregory’s on the road on Tuesday afternoon.
Against Montrose, the Warriors scored two first half goals, the first from Brad Moore with an assist from Joe Woolcock at 7:28, and the second from Ryan Wilson unassisted at 12:00 to hold a 2-0 lead at the half.
After halftime, the Warriors topped off scoring with a goal from Thurn Thanormthin with an assist from Woolcock at 52:56 to take the 3-0 win.
The Warriors had 12 shots on goal and eight corners while goalie Nick Dudock had seven saves.
Montrose had seven shots on goal and two corners as goalie Danny Simonds had nine saves.
On Tuesday, Matt Cuomo scored at 37:28 to give the Warriors a 1-0 lead at halftime.
After the break, Tyler Arnold found the net with an assist from Tory Newhart at 76:03 to boost the Warriors to a 2-0 victory.
Elk Lake had eight shots on goal and seven corners while Dudock had five saves.
The Montrose Area boys’ soccer team grabbed a 1-0 victory over West Scranton at home on Tuesday.
The Meteors’ only goal was scored by Matt Lewis, assisted by Jake Blom at 56:12 in the second half.
The Meteors had 15 shots on goal and two corners while goalie Danny Simonds picked up eight saves.
The Mountain View boys’ soccer team picked up a 2-1 home win over Scranton Prep on Friday after a 2-0 victory over Honesdale at home on Tuesday.
Facing Prep, Mountain View’s Colby Thomas scored at 24:00 in the first half to take a lead going into halftime.
After the break, Scranton Prep tied it up at 24 minutes before Julian Williams would score the winning goal with an assist from Aaron Goodenough at 69 minutes.
Mountain View had 15 shots on goal and four corners while goalie Chris Herman had six saves.
On Tuesday, Thomas scored first for the Eagles at 45 minutes in the second half off an assist from Dylan Thomas.
Colby Miklochie then added the Eagles’ second goal at 63 minutes to cap off the victory.
Mountain View had 13 shots on goal and six corners while Herman had seven saves for the Eagles.
Blue Ridge’s boys’ soccer team took a 1-0 loss from Old Forge on Wednesday after being handed a 1-0 loss from Dunmore on the road on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, Old Forge’s Michael Long scored with an assist from Ian Nemetz at 60:16 in the second half to boost the Blue Devils.
Blue Ridge had 12 shots on goal in the loss with four corner kicks as goalie Tama Galu-Edgar had 10 saves on goal.
Against Dunmore, a second half goal from Dunmore’s Colin King at 67:22 was enough for the Bucks to take the win.
Blue Ridge had nine shots on goal and two corners while Galu-Edgar had 16 saves.